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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 October 1903

if LWAY DERRICK FALLS PITTSBURG. p; m- Five Men More or Le»» Injured—Accident Caused By Wrecking of Traveling Crane—Men Fell In RiverSeveral Bodies Picked Up By Tug Boat*—Large Barge Was Sunk. Pittsburg; Pa., Oct. JL—Nine men were killed and five more or.less seriously Injured by a falling derrick at the new Wabash railway bridge on Wa- ter street. The accident was caused by the breaking of a traveling crane which' 1 is supposed to have been overburdened. The .'breaking caused the projected unfinished section of the bridge, on which the men were working, to .give way, and all were carried down with the wreckage into the river. A portion fell on a barge loaded with steel on which several others were working, and which also sunk. •Those working on the bridge, were crushed and some were instantly killed when the crane and derrick fell on several! victims on the barge. The government snagboat Woodruff, I working near the bridge, immediately | went to the rescue and took the four mangled...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 October 1903

V- -# m VOL. I. NO. 18. :—CQLTOBIA FALLS, MONTANA. OCTOBER 31, 1903. Sliji* Copies l«c. r J. M. Gdst, Tonsorial Parlors The Pioneer Shop. BEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE COUNTY. BATHS. LAUNDRY, AGENCY. In the Bank Block. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Renta and Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller,, ATTO RN EY-AT-LA W. NOTARY PUBLIC. Coni In & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falls • - Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGON MAKER AND FEED MILL. . Strictly first-class professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted It Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOU) AVAILABLE ON AN i PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kalispell Remember the Red Barn, JAY RAKESTRAW, Proprietor. Bast Equipped Livery In Flathead County. J. J. Miller, HARNESS MAKER. Columbia Falls. Carries a complete stock of reliable goods In tne harness and saddlery line, also whips, robes, g...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 October 1903

lumbian ► Emnr Satoboat. , joMCiintox—<2.60 per year In edvnnce '*8. if not Mid within 90 d*ya from date ADTwminra—dlaplar—$1. per eqaaie monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each Special rate* by contract. . June 20,1903, at Colombia CFaUa, Mont., as second class matter, ionder Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1*79” SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1903. "WAX* TO IHOOKPOBATK. V There seems to be a strong feeling among our citizens at the present time in fayor of the incorporation movement. From the seemingly general opinion of people in the matter it is likely that there would be little opposition. The Colam' Man is unalterably in favor of subm'tting tbs matter tog vote of the people and then if the majority, after due consideration, deem it advisable to incorporate naoet assuredly we are in favor of Incorporation. It would seem that incorporation would tend to nnite the people whether favorable or not and if the city was incorporate the laws of the city would be made In accordance with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 October 1903

Gil K ip THZ ALL HOME PRODUCT Wtoat Tratniiplrml During; th* P»*t Week mt Cot amble Fell* end KUewhere—All About Kreryiliing eud Krerybadr. Little Floy Cook is reported aeriootly ill with pnenumonia. Bob Mann and Col. Mono were dflntt •buslneet «t Kaliapell Toewlay. Pete Cohenner went hunting Friday with bis celebrated flock gun. Cha* Dempsey has returned ifrom a trip to the reserve with some horses. 'Dr/E H Snyder made • professional trip to Kalispell the first oi the week. P J Hoffman, the ^'hiteflsh Brick man was doing business at the Falls Wednes- day. Henry WoUce is still reported serionsly ill at the'homo of his daughter 'Mrs. AnnaXeitsling. Mr and MraC H Poss anff their little son visited with friends at the County seat Wednesday. M F Hutchlnsoa-from Kalispell, is a new comer and will probably engage in husiness at Columbia Falls. Mrs. Jerry'Monk and.little son will depart nett Monday for California where they go to spend the winter. J B Abbott, the individual who owns the fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 October 1903

Electric Line Completed. Oct 30.—One of the most events tn the history of Spo- w&s celebrated auspiciously In Initial trip over the new Coeur d'Alene & Spokane electric railway. Nearly 160 of Spokane's representative bankers, merchants and public men, who were the guests of the new road, were-entertained royally from the time the special train of three coaches, drawn by the company's own locomotive. pulled out of Spokane at 8:30 a in. until the big party was returned •, safe, sound and enthusiastic In the ■ ii mm wi GREAT EXCITEMENT CAUSED BY ATTEMPT AT MURDER. President and Party Were Passing a Street Car When a Man of the Lower Class Approached and Fired Five Shote, All Harmless—Police Put the Man in Jail. 1 evening. Scrofula It Is commonly inherited. Few are entirely free from it. Pale, weak, puny children are afflicted with it in nine cases out of ten, and many adults suffer from it. : Common indications are bunches in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erupt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 November 1903

HP VOL. I. NO. 19. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONTANA. NOVEMBER 7, 1903. Sinjle Copies He. SnbscripUon Price $150 per Year. J. M. Grist, Tonsorial Parlors The Pioneer Shop. BEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN THE COUNTY. BATHS. LAUNDRY AGENCY. "T \ r '' - • 'y'-Z ' In the Bank Block. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Rento%nd Collections. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTO R N E Y-AT-LA W. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Colombia Falls - - Montana F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrat-clasa professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted ** Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN . PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallapell Remember the Red Barn, JAY RAKE STRAW, Proprietor; Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County. J.J. Miller, HARNESS MAKER. Columbia Falls. Carries a complete stock of reliable goods In tne harnes...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 November 1903

'*Entered Jube 20, 1903, at Columbia Falla, Mont., as second class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.” SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1903. ‘..The hot air pomps are still working in the Amalgamated press of Montana. .John 8 M Neill, proprietor of the Fteas of Helena, is a Clevelanddemocrat. She has caught the deer'in their liesom grace V As they drank from some rock-bound pool. And the birds that come for their morning dip In its waters sweet and cool, Yes, many a raid has my huntress made On-the pupils in nature's school 1 But never the forest has heard her gun Or its shadows seen its flame, And never a bird or beast has known They were prey of her deadly aim. Yes those she sought were surely caught When into her range tdeycame. When Neill gets a good chance to soli be aells. >’o wonder he loses patience wHlr Heinae, MacGinnesrand the Butte Judges.- Politics is beginning to shape in Flathead county for the next campaign but tWe big-eveuto-will not be palled off until n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 November 1903

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Tramplrrri ntirln^ tho Pait'Wcek at Columbia Fall* and Elietrhrre—All About ETsrjrthlng and Ererybody. . Tf>e f»n>ily depjnr div for KanBitr. They have Oliver Hall ia reported ill with tonsil- itlB. H Tripp wbh in town from Dayton, Mont., Tueiday. Mr*. Kit Kitchen entertained a party of her friends Tuesday afternoon. ' H H Cbwan and wife from Kalispell were registered at tho Gaylord yesterday. F W Back spent the week at Columbia FaHe where he has quite extensive business interest". Houling freight to Whtreflsh . has become entirely impiactical on account of tbc condition of the roads. Mr. Streeter, who has been vi»iting with his son here, has departed for his .bome-at Hutchinson, Minn. J N Norman has returned from a trip to the east! side of the range where he has been employed for some time. Joe Bolin an^ family now reside in town and Joe makes the regnfnr round trip o»er the rural -oute every day. The snow line on the ranges is lower...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 November 1903

, The Ills of Women Act upon the i Nerves like a Firebrand. ^ The Wl&tfon of 'woman’a nerves and generative organa is very close: conaequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despondency, “the blues,” sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement of the organism which manes her a woman. Herein we prove conclusively that Lydia E. Pinklmm a 1 will quickly relieve all this trouble. Vegetable Compound' Devils of a Severe Case Cured in Eau Claire, Wis “D*AB Mbs. Putkham: —I have been ailing from female troumo the past five years. About a month ago I was taken with nervous pros! tion. accompanied at certain times before menstruation with fearful he— aches. I read one of your books, and finding many testimonials of the beneficial effects of Lydia E. Pinkhnm’s Vegetable Compound, experienced by lady sufferers, I commenced its use and am happy to state that after uaing a Tow bottles I feel like a new woman, aches and pains all gone. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 November 1903

W] DKH^ EiDTnojsr. VOL. I. NO. 20. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 14, 1903. Slofle Copies 10c. Subscription Price UM fa Ye V . Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. RenU and Collection*. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practice* In All the Court*. Columbia Falls - • Montana COMMITTED AT CLOSE OF THEATER AT WALLACE, IDAHO. Dr. W. 8. Simms, a Well-Known Physician of the Coour d’Alenes, fell Dead at First Sho^Cuff Was Killed by Officer Quinn—Two Other* Are Wounded. LARGE THRONGS GATHER AT THE CAPITAL FOR OPENING. F. J, Combs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER, AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horsoshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Buslnes^ Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. T. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN . PART OF THE WORLD. WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kallspell Remember the Red Barn, JOHN WEIQHTMAN, Prop. Best Equipped Livery In Flathead County....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 November 1903

Saturday. per ymt in edvAnev “90 daye from date f *10*20.1903, at Cotenlbii m second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. NOV. 14, 1903. The StUff U Not BomoTodr* The pnblication' by the- GAvertfW of the eorreapondence Mrttreen blm and feeniansgers'c^thft' Amalgamated pro{Sarties. in oonnection with bis proclamation, virtnally makes it a part of the proclamation or to speak more accurately, oor chief execntivo found it neceaaary ItrisWe tWtyprodamatioB*, one to the xhemberi of the legi slature, calling them thfeelher, and another to the people at Urge, apologetically explaining why and sfith what extreme reluctance he did so. Now herein the proclamation nor in the letter to William Scallon et al, does the Governor recommend the legislation demanded hr the Amalgamated Company. On the contrary he says: “No#, therefore, !, J H - Toole, Governor df thektate of Montana, disclaiming any rhfledHon upon the integrity of the judiciary of tins state, or any member thereof, bat yield...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 November 1903

mm ei iw THE ALL HOKE PRODUCT Wfiiit Trmnsplrnd Daring thn Punt Wrrk ai ColmnblH PitlU and KUeu hrre—All About Kvarythlug and Kvrr^budy. Tlie winter in becoming genninm Mias FloaaieSnyiler ia reported much lie! ter. Mra D A Snyder ia numbered among trtek thia week. 1'ete Gillen was Indoors Monday on account ol illneea. Mia. E H Snyder was reported quite ill the firat of the week, Mrs. John Louis, of Kalispell waa a gueei of the.Gaylord this week. Mra. Florence Hahn and little son irere KaHepdl viaitora last week, Walter Barnard has returned from SpftFiine much improved in health. B F Sullivan, a contractor at camp 3, ejient a day or two.in town thia week. ^ ; Herman Selvage and H Miller are Uunting at^'fiithmx at Nine Mile Lake. Master Claude Whisman waa absent from achool Wednesday dn account of sickness. John Spearin is making preparations to corimence logging on his Whiteflsh ranch this winter. H O Perry, jnClt tinbideaux with aev eral others are enjoying a hunt in the mountiiins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 November 1903

VlS?!":' CALLED SPECIAL OF LEGISLATURE. iallon of tho Anacond* Ordarod Mine* to Work— I oddest Day Butte Has Known for Yoaro—Twenty Thousand Men Return to Work. Helena. Mont, Nor. U.—Tho goyr of Montana. Joseph K. Toole, has 1 a special session of the state legjre to meet on December 1 at Hel- ~ ena. The purpose of the session Is to pass laws that will relieve the Industrial condition In Montana, where, by the shutdown of the Amalgamated company’s properties, 16.000 men are ulrectly thrown out of work, 16,000 more affected and the whole state suffering from the suspension of work. Butte, Mont, Nov. 11.—In accordance with a statement made by William Scallon,' president of the Anaconda Mining company and the representative of the Amalgamated Copper company of Montana, to the Butte miners’ union that If Governor J. Toole would summon the legislature In special seAlon with a view of the enactment of a “fair trial’’ bill, which provides for the removal of any case from any judge where bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 November 1903

VOL. I. NO. 21. . Thoma* Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Renta and Collectlona.' COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlln & Miller Block. Practlcea In All the Courta. Columbia Falla - - Montana F. J, Comfcs, Blacksmith, WAGONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly flrat-claaa professional horseshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA FALLS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Bank^g Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD AVAILABLE ON AN. PART OF THB WORLD. . WM. READ, Cashier. When at Kalispel! Remember the Red Barn, JOHN WEIGHTMAN, Prop. v# oi m r* -Y ED] ♦ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 21, 1903. Single Copies Me. Sabacriptiaa Price 1 Beet Equipped Livery iiv Flathead County. O. M. JUNKIN8, Proprietor. Fresh and Cured Meats Fancy and Stample Groceries Game, oyst etabl oyat*V fieh, etc. Produce, vegrult Wholesale and Retail. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Turka* Record of Slaughter. Salonlca, Nov. 16.—It was offlcialy announced th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 November 1903

.... ....• . r Satdbday. I per year In advance l vrlthtn 90 days from date , per square J cents per line each 1 rates by contract. I Tone 20.1903, at Columbia >aa second clasB matter. Congress of- March 3rd, ■ SATURDAY. NOV. 21, 1003. - V: Montana Is Op A*n!n.l rt The litigation' t h a * has its ape* in Bptte hss been followed beyond the end line* a# well as the-aido lines of Silver Bow county until the whole state ie in- volved. Jls a matter of principle the people of Montana can as well afford to surrender the right of self government to a corporarion in whole as in part. It was not t^e-eise of the Boston tea tax that caused the Boston riots in 1770, but the principle involved. '. . If the Amalgamated Co., or any other ogrgoratlon, can, by drastic measures, lorcd the executive branch of our state government it hr<*fniyAfaif.presumption that by the same measures it can more effectually Influonde^ Jibe legislative bnu&b'. .The real question-of the-h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 November 1903

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Traniplrml During the.But Week nt Columbia Falla and Klaeaekere—All About Everything and Everybody*. 0 H Pobb visited the county seat Tuesday. A E Purvianoe was a Kalispell visitor Monday. State Game Warden W F Scott is in town today. Hutchinson Bros; have on hand a floe, line o( Studebaker sleighs. Hctchsnson Bros have on hand a flne ^ line of Studebaker sleighs. F M Moore has recovered from a severe attack of eryclpelas of the face. Jas K Land is hnuroving in health after a long and tedious illness. - Kit Kitchen spent the later part of the week in this city with His family. Game Warden Boucher was an east -bound pasenger Wednesday night. ' ' If Alma don’t send in a letter pretty soon we’re going to geta^fulmad. There is a flne line of both light and heavy harness at Hutchinson Bros. There is a flne line of both light and .heavy harness at Hntchinson Bros/ The hunting party hae return from Wbitefish and are rather a disappointed set. Chains, h'ooks^tugk'a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 November 1903

I Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of ROYAL RECEPTION. FMlEAMCn. FSI •IZZIICS&' FBI BIUMUEttk FBI TOinDUVEI. FBI CBISTIPATIOR. FBIUUlWSm. King and Queen of England Receive Italy’s Royalty. London, Nov. 20.—St Georgia haU, a magnificent Roman gallery ot Windsor castle, where many of the foreign sovereigns have been entertained at a state banquet, was the scene of the first ele&borate function marking the royal welcome of King Victor Emanuel and Queen Helena of Italy. The function was In every way as brilliant as any wltncssedudn the famous hall on past occasions. There were 160 guests, 'Including the royal hosts and r their royal guests, prominent statesmen of Great Britain and Italy, ambassadors from throe continenU and representatives of the army and navy. The guests were seated at a long table on which the famous service of gold plate and the. masses of flowers formed a brilliant avenue of color and of sparkling light, reflected from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 November 1903

UrnOrick Columbian. YOIi. I. NO. 22. COLUMBIA PALLS. MONTANA. NOVEMBER 28, 1903. Starfe C*<m l»c. Sstacriptloa Pric« SIM rer Yen-. Thomas Carrol, J. P. Real Estate, NOTARY. Rents and Collectlone. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONT. J. K. Miller, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Conlla ft Miller Block. Practices In All the Courts. Columbia Falls - - Montana F. J, Combs, * Blacksmith, WAQONMAKER AND FEED MILL. Strictly first-class professional horsoshoer will be always kept here. COLUMBIA PALLS. MPB Ml MM CULLED FROM DISPATCHES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. BANK of Columbia Falls General Banking Business Transacted Foreign and Domestic Exchange. DRAFTS SOLD Avaiiwujuu vn PART OF THE WORLD. A Review of Happenings In Bath Eastern and Waatam Hamlapharea During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and. Personal EvenU Taraely Told. Barney Oldfield of Los Angeles, Cal., uroke the world's record automobile tor a mlie on an oval track, going the ulstanco in 55 seconds fiat, recently. BuUer, Pa.—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 November 1903

v, Colnmbian iEvbbt Saturday. V BATXB! os—»2.60 per year in advance ' tS. if not paid within 90 days from date sf-aobocribinK. .... ,ADvWmBiNO—display—»1. per square monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each inaeitlon. Special rates by contract. J *■ Entered Juno^O, 1903, at Columbia .Falls, Mont., as second class.matter,' under Act of Congress of March 3rd, -1879.'’ . 6ATOEDAY. NOV. 28, 1903. ! ,Jfihe. Mbhtana legislatnre will bold his ear to-the*, ground ho will discover 'that the petitions presented to the Governor. imploring him to call an extra \ session of the legislature, failed to voice the sentiment of the people correctly.. The petitions represented the voice of fear. A panicky feeling had been carefully worked np Ity mercenary agents of a corporation, and timid people were persuaded that right or wrong, the ' Standard Oil and Amalgamated stock - manipulators, must be propitiated, is ■'necessary, to avert what they believed would be a business caldhjity. Upon sober second tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 November 1903

THE ALL HOME PEODUCT Wh»tTr»niplr*d nurln* th» Pant Wxok at Columbia Falla and Klaowhore—All About Kvorythlnit and KiTorybody. W C Wliippa was a Columbia Falla via) tor Tuusda*. Johnny I^ewin and" wife Spent Thankagiving at the Gaylord. Geo.FiUpatriek was in town yesterday from the county metropolis. " Wm Kendrick and M Marah wore in from Kaliapell Wodiftaday! Herman Reed has moved: to' his nice new dwelling In Kennedy addition. George E Snyder and wife, of Belton, were Columbia Falls visitors Monday. CampS haa been abandoned and the etakis will be all pulled next Monday. Mrs. E E Dow, of Belton, ate Thanks.givjng turkey at the Gaylord Thursday. J C O’Brien, mayor of Whitefleh conferred with our town council Wednes- day. Rev H O Perry held services at the newJown of Whitefish last Wednesday evening. Michael Therrianlt, of the county seat, visited his Oulmtbia Falls friends Wednesday. ■ , A eociak dance was given at the Opera ' -Housb Wednesday evening by the Falls -dancing dab. , Ca...

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