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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 March 1894

Ceapany OGies an t WhlesIh lsale Attended. Highly Satisbhetory and the Boys in Themselves Proud. meat Thursday evaning of company A, Na Moatana, at the opera vwas, a get sooues. M ilitary company tad and aa audience people attended to music, vocal and in bserve the pictureeque reloterspersed through e orcheetra conslisted under the direction of ich discoursed sweet and interludes. performance the re what to do-whether ant which would prob those who took part in thus fil a whole page or take the perform d thus give the de vely. consisted of three medy. In the first us in which the va taken by the Misses t, Spencer, Shane, s. Collins, Noys. and company A. *"The Son's Depart ore Battle," "The " "The Son's Re Honors." The we dered, life-like, and lights were cast on the stage antage. Mrs. Ira Myers ren song, "Magnetic Waltz." ex well and it was loudly ap The military piece. "Prepar ," was very ludicrous and ex laughter. nd part began with bayonet by Company A squad, and e proficiency of...

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. — 2 March 1894

BESIDES the many good things offered at our store last week we will this week You melittle boys," throw the Muslin Underwear and Colored And practice what you preach, Skirts departments among the cut price Don't think the ladies of Great Falls goods. All at big reduction of former prices So easily hoodwinked; You buy the garments for less than the ma 1 hey knew real values every time, terials costs. Not seconds, prints, but standard kinds Is what they want and what they'll find At-LALEIGH'S. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. MORGAN'S REPORT. Conclusions of the Foreign Relations Committee. Investigating Ha waiian Matters iaid Before the Senate-Republican Members Present a Supple mental Report, While Four Democrats Dissent From Partlof It-Annexation Indirectly Favored. WAsxHmwoox, Feb. 28.-Senator Mor gan, chairman of the senate committee on foreign relations, presented the re port of the investigation of that com mittee, made under the following reso lution: ",Resolved, That the committee on f...

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. — 9 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. -LUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MO.NTAwA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1894. NUMBER 283 GMNIORAGE BILL. Tries to Have the Bill Re to the Fiance Commit tee, but alls. H Rewad Reelves a Decora of the Legion of Honor from Freace. Says the Tariff Bill Will IRe i In the Committees Hands for a Week. xrTON. March 7.-In the senate moved that the Bland seign I be referred to the finance com This precipitated a vigorous in which Sherman advocated on and Hill and Cockrill op use bill appropriating $45,000 rescue of the armament and the Kearsage was passed. presented a resolution calling resident to inform the senate Great Britain had occupied 'a or any other part of Nicara sizle of the force landed, and of authority under which the as made. Morgan said he know whether the Clayton ty of 1880 was being violated, that he understood the Kear a her way to Blueiields when The resolution was agreed to. ones bill offering Gen. O. 0. permission to accept from the decoration commander of honor wa...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE The Wool seearlag Psa Frank Hegart, the representative of the Rooky Mountain Wool Scouring company, left the city Thursday for Boise City on route to hishome at Black foot, Idaho. Before his departure he conversed freely regarding the projected plant. Its erection is now only a matter of trans portation rates, butt on Able depends everything. If them are eatisfactory the building of the plant will be commenced immediately after they fare secured. The site is already selected and the power promised, so that a few weeks will determine the success attained in estab lishing the enterprise. Mr. legart is a gentleman thoroughly posted on the industry which he pro poses entering. He is half-owner of 30, 000 sheep in Idaho, and he proposes to scour the wool produced from those sheep at Great Falls, recognizing the fact that it is follylto pay freight on sixty pounds ofdirt and grease in every hundred-weight of raw wool. As it is just now. as certain measures have to be de...

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. — 9 March 1894

ATfTAC'K8 THE LORDS. The rea4 OM Man Calls a Halt Sthe Nmes et Ideds -Ia His Speech He Hoboes the Seatlmeat of the People of En Slaad. It Is Only a Question of Time Until the Lords Will Be No More. Loxnox, March 1.-Gladstone was loudly oheered this afternoon as he en tered the house of commons. The speaker put the question that the house of lords amendment to the local govern ment bill be cosidered. Gladstone rose and addressed the house in a full, reso eant voice, with marveldus energy. He said: "The government has felt the oper ation of sending and resending a bill from one house to the other, and it has continued long enough. [Loud cheer Ing.] To continue the process would be the loss of dignity to both houses, and the government has decided to stop the operation and take a decided course. The government had the choice of re jecting the house of lords amendments and abandoning all hope of passing the bill or to accept them under protest with the hope of soon reversing them. The g...

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. — 9 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUSSCRIPTIoN RATES. Mail embeerptesr uas be paid . adm.ses. DAMT. 110. as m iths .4 i. soh .5 siaele.t oats. M~" Montl rats aruin in the load for pro duetion of copper in 180. Ita mathtr m S the taero d 5 = ue dds this sehld h aru s ported, THE TIBUE predicts that 1. Smut Pulls. Meet. Montana is again in the lead for pro. duction of copper In 1803. It is a matt[r of congratulation that such uhould be the cue, but heavy as the output is re ported, THE TRIBUNE predicts that 1814 will see a further increase of at least one fourth over that of 1Rtit. The county commissioners are in ses sion again. it is to be hoped that there will be no more dilly-dallying with the county printing contract. The work can be done for less than one-half what it now costs the county, but the majority of the commissioners must "stand in" or lose the support of the ring organ. The milking of the taxpayers gore right along eve'y day and the county commissioners make no effort to stop it. In ...

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. — 9 March 1894

THE GREAT FALLS RACES, A Complete Programme of the Raes To Be Held at Great Falls Next July. Our Turf Editor Obtains Some Inside Pointers On the Coming Races Here. All the New Featares of the Meeting Are Glven in Detail to An Ex. pectant Public. A meeting of the horsemen of Great Falle and Caseade county, and Mr. D. P. O'Connor, assistant secretary of the Butte, Anaconda and Great Fali BRao log assooiation, took place in the offlme of the assoolation yesterday afternoon in this city. The following program was definitely agreed to, apparently to the satisfaction of patrons and likely visitore to the track next July. Program. FISAT DAY-MONDAY, JULY 2. ''rottlng stake for stallions owned in Cascade county eligible to three minute class. Beet three in five; $50 each; $200 added. Running-Puree $200. Seven furlongs. Running-Porse $200. Five furlongs. Trotting-Purse 6300; 2:38 class. SECOND DAY-TUE.DAY, JULY 3. Running-Purse $150. Four furlongs. Running-Purse $200. Six furlongs. Trotting-P...

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. — 9 March 1894

ORDER A HEARING. Jdges Sanbora sad Caldwell Take a laud in the Union Paelf Wage Schedule. Reeoiver Clark Will Meet Employes at Omaha From Day to Day and Discuss the Matter. Whatever Difference. Remain Unset tied on March 27 Will Be De eided by the Court. OMAna, March 1.-The employes .. the Union Pacific are to have a hearing upon the wage question, and will be in vited to meet President Clark, of the system, and others whom he may select March 15, in conference, said conference to continue from day to day until an agreement is reached. This munch has been ordered by the circuit court of the United States. Judges Caldwell and Banborn issued the following on appli eation of General Solicitor John M. Thurston, who stopped off at St. Louis on route from New York for that pur pose: The Order of the Coert. Since the action of the courts in the different districts in this circuit on the petition filed by the receivers for leave to revoke the schedules of wages of the employee in force when...

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. — 9 March 1894

EK ON ASSESSaMtil Meataas Comity Assaeur Meet inla Coeatlesu at Hles and De ide on Valuatioes. Minlmun Price on Horses, Cat tie, and Sheep Is Fixedl-esr teeo Canties Repeseated. The eouaty amesors of Montasn met ian convestion at Hokel a Thursday eas the call t the stoe board of enaUatloa~ This meeting was sug. to the boardby so. oed the as to give thm as opportunlty to views and from discussion about as near as possible an oqui - sesmment throughout the state. various oounties were represented, lohows: Casade, Chailes D. Elliot; Choteau, ames H. Rowe; Deer Lodge D. B. ; Gallatn, James M. ly Uoraite; ,, Albright; Jderson, Alo. Gil-Il t Llei and Clarke, W. J. Biokett; W. J. Poeman; Meagher J. J. Park, T. P. MoDonal rd -I S- J . ilmpeonn Teto S. P. Pails 'Valley.. D. Poelly; Yellowetone, K. Dec I The counties unrepresented were verheed Custer, Dawson, Fergus, thead, isesoula and Silver Bow. tate Treasurer Wright, Attorney Gen. . Baekell and ecoretary of Stste Rot itt were present duri...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 March 1894

1894 BARGAINS 1894 Tuesday, March 6. We 100 doz. Childrens' Corded Place on Sale 10 Dozen ' 11/ Corsets Waists all Sizes and Ladies' Black Corsets- - 8 Ages. In white and drab-You Never bought them for less Regular $ I Quality for than loc.; Only 57 1-2c. 27 1-2o0 Each. Don't Walt, but Come Quick While the Assortment of Sizes Are Complete. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. C(iiTET T-JACKSON. Governors of Varions States QOloted in Rieply to Questlons From the Springfield Union .is to Whether They Would Allow the Mill to Come Off in Their States. Most of Them Say They Would Not, Though Some Refuse to Be Quoted. SPRINOFIELD, Mass., March 7.-The Springfield Union publishes replies flm 87 governors of states to the questions: First-What law or laws, prohibitive or restrictive are on the statute books of your state, relative to prize fighting, or so-called glove contests? Second-Would you permit the Cor. bettJackson fight to take place in your state? The replies of the governors and the statutes re...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MON'TAWA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1894. NUMBER 239 I. - PEOPLE'S DEMAND. The House of Commons Votes to Abol ish the House of Lords by Two Mjoerity. The People Are Tired of Lordly Rule and Demand Represen tation. Prom the Present Outlook the Day of Deliverance Is Not Far Distant. Lovnor, March 14--In the house of commons yesterday Labouohere pro posed a an amendment to the address in reply to the queen's speech the aboli tion of the house of lords. After discus ilon and considerable excitement the amendment was put to a vote and passed, 147 to 145, in spite of the opposition of the government. When the figures were announced they caused an outburst of prolonged cheering, which was renewed when the deputy speaker read the ad dress in reply to the queen's speech with Labouchere's amendment attached. When the house of commons met to day Chancellor Harcourt announced that the government had deoided to move the rejection of the amended ad dre...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE makes advertisiang esetracts on the distinct guarantee that its circlation in the city of Great Falls and outside the city of Great Falls is greater than that of any other newspaper published in Great Falls. Subscription books always lpen to ad. 'ertisers. Bozeman Chronicle: Jerry Collins, the well-nown ex-journalist, has decided to make an effort to secure the office of the register of the Helena land office. It merit, worth and ability count. Jerry ought to have the office for the asking. There are few men who have worked harder for the democratic party than Jerry Collins. Great Northern Extru.ion. The announcement is made in Duluth that President Hill of the Great North ern has made financial arrangements in London to enable him to commence work this spring on the branch line of his road from Duluth to Foeston. This connection will give a direct line from Duluth to the coast, something which the Great Northern desired for a long time. This, in conne...

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. — 16 March 1894

WILSON TARIFF BILL. The Bill Submitteod to the Full Fl naece Committee for Their Action. Several Very Important Changes Made in the Bill by the Senate Com mittee. The Woolen Sehedule shows but Few Changes from the Orig. teal Bill. WAs.axrox, Hareh 8.-The tarif bill has been submitted to the full Seance eommittee. The more important tems are Ms follows: Bugar, not above 80 degrees polari tet, 1 ent per pound; for every tiamal degree or fraction not above degrees, 11.100 of a cent additional; above 90 and not above 96, two bun redth per degree above 96 de res, 1i cenis per pound. Molasses, not above 56 degrees by polari 2 oents per gallon; above 56 de. 4 cents. Whisky, SL10 per gal , and the bonded period extended three to eight years. Iron ores, 40 is per ton. Led ore, per cent a und, including lead mixed with silver . oal and shale, 40 cents per ton; k or eulm, 15 cents per ton; coke, 15 ate ad valorem. The woolen schedule owe but few changes, and these are bout a 5-cent reduction. ...

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. — 16 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUISCRIPTION RATES. Mail sbserltttim .ast - . psid ti ad vsae DTHIf l. IWl u .OP Osf month. mail. VA s I~ Ison t ionts is .M rIl t Pesa -1. mbUd e eh1.as0 THE TRIBUNB COMPANY, qGmt ball Mont. THE TRIBUNE makes advertising centVactt on the distinct guarantee that its circulation in the city of Great Falls and outside the city of Great Falls is greater than that of any other newspaper published in Great Falls. lueaription I ok. always open to ad Sertlsers. Th-re is great coneternation in the replilican ranksover their county chair. man. What will the harvest be? Republican candidates for the office of city treasurer are sprmging up all over the city. The O man will rio the nomi nation and he will be trotted out in a few days. Germany will probably have to coin some of the white metal Wednesday the German chancellor submitted a proposal to the bundesrath for the coinage of 2i,000,000. marks. Women rand bers in one of the Philadel phia police districts have given the ...

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. — 16 March 1894

SPRAY F0 TUB IALLI. PROM TUWMDAY's DAILY. The oounty commislloner were ex amnng bill. agalnst the county yes The ice went out of the Missourl river at Benton on Sunday without doing any damagel Born at 415 Fourth avenue north, March 11, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barker, a daughter. Robert English, convicted of grand lrwany, will be msentenced by Judge fetoen today. Born in the Boston & Great Falls ad 1tion, Mach 10, to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. MDonald. a eon. The state reform school at Miles City will be roined for the reception of bad boys on hurnday, March 1. Bora, In Boston & Great Falls addi tio.e onday nlgbt, March 12, to Mr. ad Mrs. I. H. Ellot, a daughter. Anaconda is to have a new opera homes. Work will be commenced as soon as the weather will permit. Lewistown Democrat: James Dono van, one of Great Falls leading attorneye, will attend our next seselon of court. The sult of Hellena Soyer and others against the Great Falls Water company was on trial yesterday in the district co...

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. — 16 March 1894

THE THIRD JURY. Almost an Unprecedented Condition of Things in the Trial ot the Roster Case. The Second Jury Has Been Dismissed on Account of a Bet Made by One of the Twelve. Twenty Million Dollars Involved in the Seattle Harbor Case Decided by the Supreme Court. MADISox. Wis., March 8.-After a second jury in the roster case was Meo cured, it was learned that one of the jurymen had made a bet as to the out. come of the trial. This will necessitate a third jury. The second jury was secured at noon with the last man on the special venire of 30. The plaintiffs later accused Will iam Fanning, one of the jurors,with hay. ing made a wager on the result of the case, producing a friend of Fanning, who swore he had bet the cigars with Fan. ning some weeks ago. Fanning dis puted it, and the plaintiffs dismissed the jury. The plaintiffs also asked for an investigation of intimations against other men in the box, but the court dis. allowed it. TWENrT MILLION DOLLARI. That Amount Involved In the...

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. — 16 March 1894

THE HIGHWOOD ROAD, Willow Creek Ranehman Protests Agalnst the New Route Proposed. axpayers on Willow Creek Want a Bridge Across Belt on the Road Already Surveyed. ERnoR Turnuzea: Regarding the move t now being made to secure a new w road to ligbhwood via at or near the nth of Red coulee, I for one must t apinst it. It this new road is t, and a bridge erected over Belt at point, it will leave all the taxpaying _s on North and South Willow s out in the cold that are living in e county. It a bridge was built Belt it should be about one mile the mouth of Big Willow, and a road from Big Willow to that oould be built at small expense. is not done Cascade county will early future be compelled to build over Belt on the county road y surveyed to the two Willow and which is on the direct line to hwoods, not to say anything re nu the rapid settlement now going Cascade county on the west elope Hlghwoods. in these hard times the interest of Cascade county to the wants of her own taxpayers beside...

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. — 16 March 1894

"" ., T MONDAY, MARCH 12 ""> t"h 0one Ce 2s"o 100 Fine DeDate hattsn Silk Pattera, i4 ; 1 rlies' Fuit Blauk Otili Oatlntla lias' Fut Bldu o lac Flannel ONE CASE FRENCH SATEENS Flmanl noss IN THEn lTY In ehe Most Elegant lilk Colordi~g IN MONTANA 6Loo " t the Pri" " for This W..k 90c TR BST 26340 w. lw sll You 1F Yard .Regular Price for The, Goods 43c- Yard B S 6 k wort W. B. Raleigh & Co. wort BLACK HOSE Seles_ Fast Blak At Less Thsf HOSE 10 Lo out fo, ,o ... as...,,. ,, N , ooD,, thi 12 Q os 10% Wrk. Wr ex ct thaoods o arrive Monday It 1 i trn Prices IN AMERICA will be a Hummer...................................... SCORED TILE LORDS Earl Roseberry IH. s Not Much Use For the Ulpper hnose of Par liamcent. Jo Opportunity to Abolish the Anom aly Will Be Lost Sight of by the tioverlllent. All the Other Measures of the teb erals Will Be Pushed. Including Home Iule. Loxwox, March 14.-Parliament has resnmed its sitting, entering upon a -eriod that is full of the greatest import ance...

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. — 23 March 1894

" WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Uit _ OLUE ll AT ALL, OTA IDAY ONING MACH 2 1894. UMBER 24 'OLUME Xv. GBREAT FALLS, MONqTANA, FRIDAY ORINBG, MARCIH 23, 1894. N.UMBER 24 PLAINTIFF RESTS. Pollard Pinishes Her Story to the Satisabcton of Her Couasel. .Breklaridge Will Now Have a Chames to Tell His Story. Deboese Makes an Important Admission In Starting Out. AatnROTro, Match 21.-Miss Pollard on the stand for a time today, but log of special interest was brought by the additional oro.-examination. the prosecution suddenly an the end of It int quisition, which lasted over two days. Counsel for Pollard are so well satisfied with Impression she made that they not declined to ask her a single ques to strengthen any point of her evi but announced that they rested case here. This was done in spite e fact that they had a number of tional witnesses and affddavite. Miss at once left the court room, ag evidence in the palor of her ance of the strain under which been laboring. counsel for defense had retired ult...

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. — 23 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ail sabseinptis tst be paid . atdvase oa 1. eoI WB at sI, l s methg a . 4.00 euz moab, 1.0 S5lath met ces c N , new s. Ith. s shoold be emombesdl. THE TRIBUNE COMPANT. Great Walls. Mont. Since the county commissioners ad journed on Friday the ring oflicl.have transferred their officee to the treete and are hard at work for another another nomin ation. Public office is a public trust and the official who falls to attend to his duties should resign. The commercial traveler is getting to be a bigger mmt than almost anybody else in this country. In evidenceof itis a bill that is now before congress to so amend the interstate commerce law that the commercial traveler may have a 5.000 mile interchangeable ticket, with extra baggage privileges. The democratic press of the state is a unit in the indorsement of Jerry Collins for the position of register of the Helena land office. Mr. Callins is a roan of un questioned ability and integrity. He is a stan...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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