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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 January 1894

ELE(FC CITY. Great Falls Takes First Rank as a User and Producer of Electrielty. WHERE IT IS GENERATED. Its Purposees and Uses Fully Set Forth sad Graphically Descrlbed. It Is Now a Great Factor in Do mestle Deconomy in This City. Saed ttele was written by Mr. Wallace D. ason. pertead.et ofl the (ret Fall LlsIht& Power compsny, and will be al uryg atl.le In the The Electrie loda ries. foe Januar 184. 1 Por a place of its size Great Falls probably ranks first as a producer and user of electricity and also as to variety of uses to which it is applied. Plenty of surplus power and machines makes it possible to experiment in many ways without incurring the usual large ex The Boston & Montana smelter has by far the largest electrolytic plant in the world, for depositing copper. The electricity for this work is produced at their large power station below Black Eagle dam by three dynamos especially ,esigned by the General Electric com pany. The total capacity of these three dynamos ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 January 1894

Ill WilEl FW It Is Illimitable in Extent and Unsurpassed In the United States. SILY A TITHE OF IT UTIUZED. The Power) Used This Year Nearly Double That of Last. A Computation of Available Horse Power for Manu facturing. The following sketch is from the pen of M. S. Parker, one of the best known and meet experiencoed hydraulic engi neers in the country: Probably few readers of TiEa TRIBUNE know to what extent the water power at Great Falls has been developed during the last year. An occasional announce ment in the daily papers that the Town site power house is fast nearing com pletion or that the copper smelter has been increasing their power capacity is about the extent of knowledge of the general reader. A very prominent citizen of this city remarked during the summer while standing in the street car pavilion over looking the work in progress at the foot of the fails, "What are those men doing ,lown there?" Being informed that the Townsite company was putting in a large power house...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 January 1894

STWO CRBIATED. The Othes Fatally Injred in a i New York. _'r .u th e Glob Theater and Adjoin. s SlaB 3lldiags at Boston Caues a 1i Lost. filled sad Others Injured in a iloed Wreck Near Law renee, Kan. B 3Amrr, N. Y., Jan. 4.-Two were .wt ad twenty injure, five of them atl.l., in a boarding house at J a. The scene of the fre was Aase Hackett's lodging boure, street, a 4-story brick building tumble down order. The first was used as a saloon and restau. , the secood and third floors were for sleeping rooms. The beds were t. compartments, like box stalls in ble. Shortly before8 a. m. people heard the large pane of glass in oraok, snd a moment later a of thick black smoke and a tongnue darted out of the place. Al at the same time the front and side of the lodging house seemed to aIve with peani. stricken people. rushed frome one window to and called piteously to the o help them to eoape from the 1 buildlag. There was no ladders here, no firn ecapes on the build no way to sve the frenzied...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 January 1894

LOOK OUT FOR JANUARY BARGAINS. W. B. RALEIGH & Ce., A SOCIAL AFFAIR. The Seeond Inauguration of Gov ernor McKinley Takes Pilee at Columbus. ojeading Democrats as Well as Re publicans Prominent Participants in the Ceremonies. In His Inaugural Address the Gov ernor Did Not Deal With Political Matters-The Reception. COLlmBwus, O., Jan. 10.-Governor McKinley's inauguration to a second term as the chief executive of Ohio was, as usual when great local interest is manifested in such affairs, more of a social than political event. Colonel James Kilbourne, a leading business and society man, and a possible Democratic nominee some day for congress, was chairman of the committeeon reception. Lincoln F. Ritter of the Thurman club, the swell political organization of Dem eratio proclivities, was one of the prin cipal aides to the chief marshal. John J. Lentz, Dewitt C. Jones, postmaster during Mr. Cleveland's first term; Hon. Selwyn N. Owen, ex-judge of the su preme court; Hon. H. J. Booth;...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, J.ANUAItI 19, 1894. NUMBER 195 .DMTTED IUBRDER . _j. prlw of the Cream City ajt wakLee Confesses a Orline. SSteiangled an Aged Guest and Then Set Flre to uar Boom. Busines Had Been Bad sad He Did the Deed to Seoure Her Money. WMtanwEZt , Jan. 17.-Rudolph J. ann, proprietor of the Cream ty hotel, in which Mrs. Schrum wae deund dead after the building was p yt destroyed by fire last Friday m anln confessed at noon the he strangled his aged guest for the purpose .1 robbing her, and afterwards fired her room. He failed to secure the woman's money. Pechmann is now in jail. Peohmann said business had been poor with him for two yearp. He knew Mrs. Schruin had money, and it occurred to him that he might manage to sncure it. For a week before the fatal night he watched every movement of his victim. Just before he was going to bed last Thursday he heard Mrs. Sohrum get up and go to another room. He con eluded that his chanc...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

WUEKLY TRIBmUN j. L MpWM RAdIS. wTI TRIBUMI 00pPANT . eant aUs. Ketm Ceagreseman Hartman has introduced a bll la the house for the construnotion of a public buildinag at Great Falls. The gros earnings o the Great North era for the six months ended Dee. 31 were $e,11,81, a .eorease of 27,.J68. India has 10,000,000 goats, which pro' due* daily 8,000,000 quarts of milk and devour annually three times their own value of articles that the owners can ill aferd to spare. Immigration is falling of and emigra tion is increaesing, and both to an extent and with a rapidity that, if continued, will make the current year one of the phenomenal periods in the history of the foreign population of the United States. Boulder Age: Some of the newspapers *f Montana are very earnest in protesting their everlasting and undying devotion to each and every business interest rep resented in Montana regardless of prin ciple or the rights of the vast majority who are not directly connected with business Intere...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

111 GATEI ZIcETI. O IaeS Iatmi Takei ti erl 1ew irole. by the ii AdmAreme by S. M. aIPWy nld Othnms-loan. Elecled. Twe Ibl ie sl oolety reaembled ed I sag at l-sso o'clock. 'herw was a lweaer ateaoee than on the pploue daeaadueat . nteret take emalite on programn reported at rports am the dlta. of rrle. e eeoreety ebbltas. by. M. Eneya "rrinatib Agialterso" Seeist Mrastens n Irrigation," by Wight law," by H. P. Rolfe W. .. Puar,. Dobblas opened the day's by reading several articles lrtigateo publiastions relantive to ise ntllwo. . . ats d elesanoo. Dirpoler Base at the state egrcult eatei then addresed the scety "IUngistle and Agrlcultur." He that the average number of terms two leading states le 57,019, while has only 61. Only 4.10 o 1 eatm he the 146000 uare miles of is tilled. By diverting the at the Mieoua and Milk hndreds at miles could be made beandle crops. The yield in per ere soa ed with the Is t bsbeis of whee t to Sto e in a ,27 to 21 In ad S to 76 Inher prote while me of...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE Agrtetletre a Meateama. In the Northwest Magaltal for Janu ary is an exzsilent article on "GreOat Falls, the Denver of Montana-Its Smelters and Wonderful Water Power," by Jerry Collina. The article is illuse trated with some good views of the power house and tranemisuion ayatem, the concentrator, smelter, and eleotrolyt ic refinery. There is also a out of the Vaughn building and good photographs of Mayor Oelathorpe and Mr. Robert Vaughn. In speaking of agriculture Mr. Collins eaye: "The judgment of many will be at variance with mine in giving the place of honor nr first importance to the industry represented by the ranchmuan, from whom so small a share of benefit, com paratively, has been derived. Judging by the past there might be good reason for this view of the case. but for once I think it perfectly safe to discard the lamp of experience and read the future by another light. A new day for agri culture in the northwest is dawning, and in a good deal less time t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. -PF Iumm SPRAY Of THE FALLS. PIrO TUnSDAY'S DAILY. A bsuard amunnting to a tornado is as havigoourred at lath oa Thuday eveog least. Se nraioulldLe wr blown down, and tin bly delayed. The llowing dds were recorded yesterda: Townalte company to Anton K-latomidski for lot 6, block 546, mith addtloe p15 seasse to Andrew Mills for lots a d 14, blook 489 Bert ad. ities, 0 rau meto Mar I. White for lot -2, 144, third addition $500. The BSotah people of the city are mak ing arrmngemema to celebrate the -annlvsra of Robert Burns, Wednes day, Jan. An elobrate program is bein prepared which will inol. muic, and .=speaki, and the evening's entertainl 4nt will conclude with a grand ball. An person desirng assistance in or ganisg or in malntaiinin a Sabbath school n his or her community will do well to eorrspond with Rev. Edwin H. Ellis, the e.nodical Sabbath-school mi sdonar for Montana, who is ready to aid in such work. His address ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

SENAT&MAL IRT There Are New Ramonrs A Among the Polollans at Neises. One Is to the BUbet that Wilson Will Resign and Gear Will Take His Place. Another That General Clarkson Will Be In the Race-Former More Probable. DEs MonxEs, Jan. 11.-There are two new rumors afloat in regard to the sen atorial fight. One is that the friends of General J. 8. Clarkson, now in New York, will spring his name before the fnal fight comes. The second is that Senator James F. Wilson will resign immediately, as his health is very poor, and that Governor Jackson, as soon as inaugurated, will appoint kr. Gear to fill the vacancy. This would, of course, include the with. drawal of Bear from the present con. test. The latter rumor is more apt to develop into something serious than the former, as Mr. Clarkson has repeatedly written to his friends that he hga no desire to re-enter politics. In fact he will not do so under any circumstances, as he is engrossed in business. If Gear should be withdrawn, as sugg...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

LL CRAZE as of Ashland and rud e. Omaha Inds. Large Number of d There Will Be antests. re With Their Little tLeaping a Rich arvest. e., Jan. ll.-The desire lands has reached the guneral crase and has n extent that the most ns in Ashland and sur ie thrown up their ficilent time to rush and office and make one choice quarter seo aters may have looked to in the afternoon why splicants did not arrive Che land grabbers out trained under different have made a grand rush woods and will sum on the lands they aus hope to hold them. irday night and early Mon ; it is estimated that a adred of land rustlers took It is well known that a wins." In other words, if and can prove actual settle Id at 7 a. m. and "B" makes at the land office for the at 9 a. m. the chances are fill win. Will Sn. Later. a river and Brule people pre t to wait for the opening of the office at 9 a. m. and they there ited themselves on their lands and will make application later. ounts for the small number of I applying. -a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 January 1894

Monday morning we place on sale 50o pieces of We shall sell on Monday and the rest of the week Moaday is the day when we begin our inch Worsted Dress Goods, 6 yards for gI. This is our 5c fine dress ginghams; pretty spring patterns, at price-sale in Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, second lot of these goods, and, as before, they are sure 10 1-2c. Stock is very larp. but you must bear in mi: to be all closed out quickly. So, come early it you One lot of fine Spring Dress Ginghams, regular in2 do the busines and consequently these will Swant a particular color. They come in Black, Green, cent quality for 8 1-2c.busines and cosequently these will 'Navy Blue, Red and Brown Come early and get choice of patterns; all pretty, but, long especially the very pretty patterns of Six Yards for $ 1.00 as you know, you all have your favorite colors. Towels. __ . - B. RALEIG-I & Comnpa ny. iUUM TO DENSE FOG. The Terribly Disastrous Collision on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Road. $t Least ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

TtILE WEEKLY TRIBIUNE. TOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MO14TANA, FRIDAY O NING, JANUARY' 26, 1894. NUMBER 201 UGAR SCHEr LE. I Prited, Its Considerat a Caused a l fight la the He e of epresentative, SP lem Ameadmenut t' he Wilso a S;. litle Iltrodu I as Proposed. 4 ICSs AShtrp Tilt Be Bontelle Nsa the Speaker- he Maee Brought :. W nmmuaxo, Jan. -The fght to Mald the ngier ache le of the Wilson ll was made in the . It opened aimgiately " er reading of the jo r o the agreement 1 by which three for this purpose. idment was offered, had as to whether cwuld lie to each of At the Wilson bill the county provis. a-twentieth of a cent above No. 16, Dutch ,he duty of 80 per cent on nd confectionery, and of .grape sugar. Pending an to the mode of proceedure, uithdrew the amendment, Saturday, with reference to with Canada on free coal. ter further consultation, the , rpresented by Mr. Blanch idrew their first proposition d that time be divided into ta; an hour for those in favor anty provision, one fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUSSCRIPTIoN RATES. Mal sebneriptltou aust be p3ad Ia elees. Dfnl.i. I n. Oner tear malI. _ý ll M. lea tb. ". f II '~ooK ' .idsyMrtistln rate fmnhed n applicatioo~ . Tbe cirolatlin of the e rlbunRe in Nor.Gthe Ugnteua ies fsamted to 1eceel that of h at pe Terodblihed f. the state. bLseribns desiringl their sddre.ohs ebsaad east send thad.former ads am well U t_ e new adr; this should be esemed,. THE TIRIUNE COMPANY. lnat ..ale . Moat. Montana Resources. The United States geological surtvey report on the "Mineral Resource of the United States for 1802" is at hand, and from its contents the followiag facts are gleaned relative to 1ontana. The production of this state for that year is as follows: Gold, d2,8 )1.38Mt; silver. $1'-4323; copper, 11i.20 .128 pounds; lead, 25,716, 197 pounds: coal, t .x4.648 short tons; coke, 9,,(000 short tons. In production of gold California is first, South Dakota second,and Montana third. In silver Colorado is first and Montana second,...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

A .E STAMPEDE It 1V carted by One Man saud d a Great Deal of Sufedrlig. For greee Below Zero and There s No Relief For the Mtampederm. people in Montana still re Im the gold stampede to Sun river, w currmd during the latter part of N ere 18W" sid an old-timer a few d .o. "The attempt to get up a a .s to Olarke's fork mn Wyoming r the Sun river stampede to all old ts, for its results were most dis i to the majority of those who on. therein. idke many other gold ides, one man was responsible for os name was John MoClelland. t the middle of November, 1865, he into Helena ad purchased his r's supply of 4, MoClelland the man who dlS,,e d the Mc I and gulch diggings, and when he Shis appearance in the Last Chance h, city people at once surmised that ] . ad e nother strike and were on ul vivae to learn where it was. 'How are you getting on John?' ed an acquaintance in a feeling sort n way as old John began to cinch up of flour on his pack animal pro story to starting on has return trip to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

arond the bighn ess smý ei at <OoBonay' J1s fl e l . W.1t~ boat 2a, a. .,istets Sghted m, askde - American flg, mak se.msl at balM - Me. made sor a seemr em t et the as was wsmhs o.e her, ml !hnt en ly b bud s le a she w ept abeg e e heflhda Sabourt 4 .a e. Te ew m ore she Amatairmm by -ers tha lbs vesi was Is a rmkgl ms eW s i ad that they were nies Is leave the - , ehowlag at theM me t by *w. ag overboard plecesat their bshat mres had bees wrhsed. T he -t the steamer s-led Me rew s de d- toll them th paostioa n which th seohoner wae. ImmealaIsly the Seat .t Seer al si of. the AmIetem's eew meeed dthemeles to ma a boat an go Is their -. The besat lI the Am. steebam ln everything west ad right ll s the viiity of the wrack whe with the saI that three of the mew siones, and esoaseso in gettlng along. I sie, but the rem6ags four men were' taroughly eahaustd by the sold, sat I o soaequmsoie wea not ale to take bel of the lfe savi.g appsrats whiche was given to the, and they were drow...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

f, iic t Miw -i td .Ahi.wspss Neg. bCrJ Irmt S I on s wa ag `J o 1" r14 eab o " d l bya a Ib* 1·uasd wU uwvr~ I. O - I ~ a Rem.rJ~ aro -.ai fw -, -'Sm-'-'rlr~mr~a ·1~ ~~ - 0U17~t4 rr n- UUUAz ft t eb. U oa Mr Jm. I)-M ta oe. at gm Ef teome _wY IPuurL· w waft un ourb mede L.) o Yg Mr. >f sM Wý Mror ioN4 fat t. iq 1r WSm d shoorC iu~ pn nmsa tts be bed !MFclSILY. Ytr. 31o~vvs loat buedý thas. a ii M Lad iina ·npsi LMe rermaied the .eaiewe. m UL Mr . aiinua m, - Usi rag me ~mg. o U..oee a haths wa two ma" SI1.h eW k B lute. The a asap Ai sa ' * t a$ Sa xM` awl / ONO** uL L T% tolq1 o th ýl l rsd tih -a -we +.wry tethut , ,- e iri rr w l 4 f*ia ,a ,nmetbls Oa' % v~ ~A. I~vu Pup - mw. $ at 1e.-2awt Di ., Emaw brpi mu -' asi a-~inaa *=SEA= A" OUX". OI I; ,Or, z wý l.. s..r& t aI alo of Sec. 14, ýM thb a twa~rrap* pke w nea -US. - a $is fse what ould b. had, r f wha WW bwr Ng mae Shurt ahalame of 4 $4 wa ' aja the lowet prin. T far thepriag'cE 18p1, fo a ehort ?~okr Mae ____________...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 January 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE !1s "- "- Massdo /p JI h VitM , Sssr . anme at It. Plsshrbq, is t0 apileaMm o the relperoity adoe tine to R mssan sapory s and imports 3am daring the unpreceemted hard mies a the past six months deposits In steaste. sainvig banka fell off only a Utlle over i er.oent. A prominent railway man, in con versation with a representatave of Tua TmanaS, stated when he first came to this city he decided that Great PaFll would be aecond only to Minneapolis, now, he says, he has changed his mind, and is satisfied that Minneapolis will be second to Great Fails. Those who are forced to accooept aid this winter should take it cheerfully and thankfully for just so long as they are absolutely forced to do so-no longer. Then after they get upon their feet they can make return for the kindness shown them in their hour of need by extending .a helping hand to some other poor soul wbh ,is temporarily down. So the links in the chain of human brotherhood will be built one after another a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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