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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

RN MARKETS. FROM HOSTON, NEW YORK ND PHILADELPHIA. Amerlean Wool Reporter Say. se Markets-Some Sales of an and Callfornian Wools in New York. ,May 16.-In its weekly report lean Wool Reporter says: Our his week shows no special ther than that there has oren a ngthenillg in the feeling among at present holdings of old wools property when compared with .f new. The market as a whole nsiderable strength, and during eek has been visited by a very dance of manufacturers who ght quite freely of fat sheep's have also taken some fleeces, led wools have been rather neg bhee are evidently some dealers let who are banking on an early ent in the godls market, and ore boldly launching out in the of raw material. On Tuesday ih was received from San Fran the effect that two well known rk houses had purchased 1,300, ds of wool, while latest advices Antonio report three Boston erating freely in new wools, the d ranging froml 18. to 22c. SOME A.rUAL SALES. onx, May 16.-The market con If, though there a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

A DAY FOR THE CHILDREN. THE BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM LATELY ESTABLISHED. Brookly's' "May Walk"-How "Ohildren's Day" Came Into Bein--An Old Time Sunday School Pinod Festival in Michi gan-The Children's Era Is Now. HILDREN'SDay is now establish ed as one of the great institutions of the land and IP made much of by nearly all the churches: but Brooklyn still holds the lead in the celebration, as she was the first city in Amer lea to inaugurate J" ,, it. To Brooklyn ~, . ' children the day - of the "May walk" is the day for which all other days, or at any rate many other days, are made; and to give their exube rant vitality fair vent some other day than Sunday is now selected. And it is emphatically the children's day. It is wonderful how completely the little ones have conquered. With no law upon the subject, no proclamation by the mayor and no extra efforts of the police, all the streets are cleared early; by co..omon consent all deliveries of daily bread, meat. milk, &c., are made at an ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

GREAT FALLS TRRIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. o the Wool Growers of Montana. The Board of Trade of Great Falls desires again to call your ttention to the advantages offered by this city as a wool market. ast season 1,000,000 pounds of wool were marketed here, and in ery insteiice the grower found the facilities for handling and dispos g of his clip entirely satisfactory. This season Greats Falls will er even greater advantages as a wool market to the growers of rthern and central Montana. These may be briefly summarized as llows: RATES OF TRANSPORTATION. The KLanitoba Railroad company has announced that its rates on ool to the eastern markets will be the same from Great Falls as om all points east in Montana. The rate to Boston is $2.10 for 1 in sacks and $1.65 when compressed in bales, which is as low a ol tarif as will obtain at any shipping point in Montana on either e Manlif~ba or Northern Pacific railroads. If at any time during e season'a reduction should be made by either line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 May 1889

STANLEY'S WRATt SOME EXPERIENCES OF THE HIGH SPIRITED EXPLORER. Tbe Way He Got a Publlther for H. Book--Taktng His Spite Out--Hi Re grd for uvinagtone abd How Be Dis played It-He Paid fluh for His Dinal . The following facts concerning Henry M. Stanley have never been in print They were given to me by William Brad ford, the marine artist and Arctio ex plorer. In the year 1878 Mr. Bradford, re turned from his Greenland explorations, was in London publishing his sumptuous volume on "The Arctic Regions." It was brought out under the patronage of Queen Victoria at $125 per copy. At this time he met Stanley, who was in a towering rage. "He was just back," said the artist, "from finding Livingstone, and was now very angry at the cavalier way in which he had been treated about publishing his book through Murray. It seems that John Murray wasaway, and the partner present had received Stanley quite non chalantly, and said he was not quite sure whether they could publish his book or not, and,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 May 1889

OR THE CAMPAIGN ONE DOLLAR FOR THE -Wee TriGREAT FALLS RIBUNE. mi Tribune, DOTB NUTLLAR. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. OUE N REAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 29, 1889. * PRICE, FIVE CENTS GREAT FULNERAL. CRONIN'S REMAINS FOLLOWEE BY A MULTITUDE. so Exclement in Chloago-Tlh ayor Gives Orders to the Police -Some Clues to the Mur derous Plot. CAGO, May 26.-The funeral of the r. Cronin today was an immense About 4,000 people marched in rocession. An immense number ded by train to the cemetery. No public demonstration has been for years, ther disclosures show that the plot on on foot since February last, if fore. There are traces of a fearful le in' the house where Cronin was mayor has directed the police to othing undone to find the murder ywas found in the house where was murdered, which fits the hatb was found in the field. South American Beef. - uNTo.s, May 26.-E. L.. Baker, States consul at Buenos Ayres, in rt to the department of state, says ttle industry of the Argentine Re is in such a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 May 1889

2REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED DAILY AND BIWII-WE.ELY THE TIBUINE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [INooPOnBATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. MaIl snbsoriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. sEEMI-WEEHLY. S.ix months, " 5.0) Bix months 1.60 one month " 01 Three months" 1.00 ()ne eek, y o arrier, 2 Single copy...... II city subsorbers to Daily delivered by carrier AdpertIin.g tutee furnished on applicatlon. he oroulaton of the Tribune in northern Intana is gsuaranteedi to exoeedthat of fy pa er published in the terntuI BasoriNbers desiring their address ohanged must send their former address; this shuLld be Irmembered. Address: TMIrtON PUBLISHING COMPANY, Leat Pells, .lontana NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOER H; T. E. COLLIN., . . . President A, E. DIolsMAr, . Vice-President L. G. PEELS. .. . Cashier D. L. TRACY, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BEOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNISN, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGIHN, H. 0. OO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 May 1889

E CHIiCAGO CRIME. OTCIVE COUGHLIN ARRESTED FOR COMPLICITY. Sqllee Assert that They are on the Treak of the Conspirators - An. other Version of how the Crime was Plotted. OHICAGO, May 28.-A sensational and ther unexpected development took lace in the Cronln case at 10:45 last ight, when Detective Daniel Coughlin as formally arrested in the police sta on cell, where he had been detained on splilon. A few moments later tbe aglstrate ordered his commitment and ughlin was hurried to the county jail. he warrant was sworn out by John Cro. n, brother of the deceased. Coughlin charged directly with murder. He was bjected to a severe examination. The tcome of the examination would be a ntter of interest, but the police refuse talk. No one is allowed to see Ceugh At a late hour last evening the police mitted that P.O'Bullivan, the ice man, is der arrest, but refuse to say where he confined, or whether any facts which am to be evidence have been secured. It is asserted that Cronin's death was e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 May 1889

A HANDSOME MONUMENT. ERECTED OVER CHESTER A. AR THUR'S GRAVE ON THE HUDSON. Blmral Places of the Presidents of the United States-The Family Plot of the Arthurs, Mod the Inscriptions Over Their Tomib-The Arthur Memorial. The graves of five of the presidents of the United States are in Virginia; those of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Mon roe and Tyler. Four of the presidents, Grant, Fillmore, Van Buren and Arthur, are buried in the soil of New York; three of them, Jackson, Johnson and Polk, in Tennessee; the two Adamses repose in Massachusetts, Ohio has the graves of the elder Harrison and Gar field, Illinois guards the tomb of Lin coln, Franklin Pierce lies in the Granite state of New Hampshire, Buchanan in Pennsylvania and Taylor in Kentucky. FRONT vIEW OF ARTHUR'S MONUMENT, Of the four presidential graves in New York state those of Arthur, Van Buren and Grant are in the valley of the Hud son. The ebb and flow of the sea passes them,-and commerce up and down that magnificent highw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 June 1889

OR TLroMAIe GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE < ' -ONE DOLLAR. ,Semi - Weekly Tribune, 'SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. OLUME 8, NUMBER 105 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JUNE 1, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS TAR TLNf4 jRT OJRV 1Hill, Mayor Grant. eXMiniatnrPhaln I!nV -.m nmb . a r TARTLING STORY. ALIAS WOODRUFF, TELLS LL ABOUT THE ORONIN MURDER, nt Information Now in the de of the Police-Three Men ndieted Already-Iee oan Sullivan One of Them. Go, May 28.-The most sensation lopments of the Cronin investi so far, were announced late last the shape of a new confession by lias Woodruff, in which he tells le story of his connection with der of Dr. Cronin. It seems he directly connected with the mur f but simply acted as the driver agonwisich disposed of the dead 'of has been taken by Captain and his men to the scene of the to the sewer where the body was d to the place where the trunk seen. He gave the driving di to the detfctives and in every in ated the exact place. WHAT OLACK SASS. ing.t his confession he was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 June 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE IWLIWBnD DAIL! AND SE=I-WENKLY THE TRIBUNNE PUBLISHING COPAINY. (INOOBPORATKDI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ailsubsciptions meest be paid in advance. DAILY. '=m-WEELY. oJn yer by mail,=o.00 o yar eeby mal,38.00 i onI~lON~b" 50 in Wmonths 1.60 tin s month h 1.00 Threemonts" 1.00 Sne Week, oy carrier, I Single oopy...... A It city sitbsovibere to Daily deli voted by carrier Advertising sYtes furnished on epplication. The Ohrclation of the Tribune in soethern MOUMIIa is gDIanteed tIIneeddthat of iAy pa. per pabitehed in the tenitol t 501DeI11b11 dsiring their address changed ImEte snd their former tddreec; this should be remembered. AIIddoecI TEIIONtE t tueLIIEINO COMPANY, 1e.lt ThII, MAntESE. NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up" Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: *T. E. COLLINR , . . . President A, E. DIOcH nnau, . Vice-President I L. G. PHELP, ... . Cashier D. L. TRACY, ... Asst Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 June 1889

GRAND ARMY. ON BY MAJOR MARTIN MA GINNIS. nd Procession -Appropriate Exer s-Memorial DAy Observed With atriotle Fervor by the War Veterans and the People. at Falls turned out Thursday, with heartiness to celebrate Memorial The procession formed at Kings all. Mayor Maglmnis, the orato' day, rode at the head in company Mayor Fairfield, Delegates Paris n and T. E. Collins. The members ridan Post G. A. R. and other war ns followed in uniform,and carrying rs and stripes. The.members of the r Hook and Ladder conmany came he hose cart being adorned with eens. Gerin and Davenports Park band, and Stuttz's New York band folloed, playing martial airs. ng the citizens at, large, who join procession in carriages were Mr. as and ladies, Pat Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Hanks L- Ink, Sheriff Downing and ladies, me and ladies, Alderman Johnson Clark, Swansen, Kennedy, Angel er. Phil Gibson, Mrs. Theoe. Gib a. Brundage and Miss Werner. rocessioh halted at the pavillion ood benide the swift-flo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 June 1889

Furn iure Bulletlu,' We will close out this week AT COST ! A line of decorated CHAMBER SETS To make room for Newr - C-cods TO ARRIVE. Wm. ALBRECHT. Opposite Park Hotel. Iortgage - Loan. -THE Northwestern Guaranty Loan Co. Capital, $2,000,000. Short and long time loans on im proved town property and farm lands. H. 0. CHOWEN, Agent. Office oopposito Park Hotel. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Wednesday's Daily.] Joe Conrad was a guest at the sociable 1 "last evening. The transformation of James Matkin's store goes on. The Nelson Bros. brought in another load of wool today. The frames of three of the Gibson-Ren ner cottages are up. John Lepley went down to Benton yes terday and returned today. Stuttz plays the French version true to history.-Detroit Free Press. Tomorrow being Decoration Day no I paper will be issued from this office. In social circles there is much talk of the picnic which takes place tomorrow. Mayor Duer of Fort Benton arrived on the noon train and returned this evening. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 June 1889

oSe WeeoLa OR Tribune OR , GREATE 1jFALLS TRIBUNE. Se!Veky DOLLNR. EUNTIL OCT. 1. SEMI-IWEEKfLY EDITION. VOLUME 8I NUMBER 106 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS -~ I E AWFUJL FLOOD. LOSS OF LIFE IS TERRIBLE AT JOHNSTOWN. ety Worth -~fillions Destroyed early.Every House in Johnstown Swept away-Heartrending Scenes Everywhere. LEA, June S.-[Special to the TnIn -According to today's telegrams the scene' of .the inundations the f life is estimated at from 8,000 to . The destruction of property uts to many millions. The area of ctlon extends down the Conemaugh from above Bolivar to Johnstown the loss was greatest and most ter. The flooded district has an area of les by ,0.. A Vaet tegion Submerged. FLonaCE, Pa., June 2.-The ppalling disaster in the history of ca has filled the .whole valley of nemsughl rivef with ruia and death. hundred human lives have been re. For morethan 24 hours all west nsylvania was visited by the most rain storm in50 years. Every cree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 June 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBlISH1R DAIL rAND R .-WRm LY i:'UE TRiBIUNE PUBLIS3IING COMPANY, [INOR.PORATHD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Moil subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. ;='.-W= "L'$.0 SIn3x months, 65.1( Bi, onths" 1.0 ne month 1 .0D Thoree monthls" I.O I. weeok, ,y oarrier, ' ingl copy....... i. i ,I city vubstibers to DaUly delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on appliation. The circulation of the Tribune in o,rtserns M statnals garanteeld to exceedthat lof Iy pa per published in the terr5tuT aoeorinera desiring their address changed must send their former address; this should be tememberod. Addresss: T0nrtN PUBLIsHINO C(OMPANY, iiO5at Falls, Montana. NO. 3825. IRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIOKEROMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPB, . .. . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 June 1889

iL SCENES. ENDING DIETAILS OF THE GREAT CALAMITY. ,000 Bodies Have Been Found in ,town-Cases of Awful SuFer g Comning to Light-tRob ober at Work. STOWN, Pa., June 8.--There are nacted here every hour that afiect rs profoundly. An utterly wreck an named Mrs. Fenton stood by a pool of water trying to find some a once happy home. She was ed with grief, and her eyes were swollen. As the writer stepped de she raised her pale and hag e and remarked: "They are all h, God! be merciful to them. and and six dear little children ay, and I left alone; we were c y the raging water into the gar the water followed us inch by t kept rising until our heads were he roof. It was f DEATH TO REMAIN, d the window, and one by one y darlings on some driftwood, to the Great Creator for their r As I liberated the last one- little boy-he looked at me v 'Mamma, you always said that c 'Id care for me; will He look e now?' I saw him drift away f loving face turned toward me, 1 a prayer on my lips for his de- P h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 June 1889

AS TO LAND BILL" ALLEN. GIVING LIFE, STRENGTH AND FOR TUNE FOR AN IDEA. A Man Whom Thousands Should Revers enae, for His Thought Gave Them Homes Is Now Poor and Fiendleus-Some In teresting Facts About His Life and Work. In the village of New Albany, 0., a few miles from Columbus, lives an oo togenarian, once famous under the so briquet of "Land Bill Allen." His name is William Allen; he devoted the best years of his life to securing the pas sage of the homestead act and other laws favoring land ownership; he spent his fortune in that work, and is now wast ing away in a dilapidated old farm house, dependent on charitable neighbors for the bare necessaries of life. There is a popular tradition that Dr. Joseph Ignace Guillotin died by the machine he invent ed; it is not true, but it shows a subtle popular sense of the way such things often turn out. It is true, however, that the discoverer of the great Comstock lode died in poverty, that the inventor of the cotton gin gained nothing bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1889

FOR THE CAMPAIGN- u' - " (T ONE'DOLLAR FOR THE o...o- ,Tribue, R Semi-WeekTlbuy ONRIBUNEUNTIL DOLL 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME 8, NUMBER 107 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. IATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS WOODRUFF SQUEALS. WELL-KNOWN IN GREAT FALLS. I RTITTR1 n A vO ALDEIMEN IN sWTnm I -. I WOODR.UFF SQUEALS. HR WILL TELL ALL HE KNOWS-OF THE CRONIN MURDER. Sullivln in a Tight Place--Hti Conplioity Deemed Very Clear-He Paid Wood ruff for Alding in the Mur derote Job. CHioAeo, June 6.-Frank Woodruff, lias Black, the man who drove the rig in hich Oronin's body was hauled to the ke View catch basin, has turned state's vidence and will be brought to testify efore the coroner. It is stated that when appears before the jury a number of arrants will be in the hands of detec ees, or deputy sheriffs, and when he ves the stand, some men not heretofore entioned in connection with the murder I11 be under arrest. Woodruf's confes on, it is said, connects P. O. Sullivan so oasely with the crime...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1889

'TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE DOBLIDnUD DAILY AND edM-W10gLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Meiisebeorlptlone meet be paid in advYnoe. DAN . )NDyeaNby mail,;10.00 OnD pane a, by mniail,$.5 Six mots 500 Sin months 1.50 One lmontb 1.50 ThThree mnts" 1.00 i5ne week, OpOrrier., 1 Bingle copy...... P Adl .1 i'bYoiben to Deilydelivered by earnier Adert.tin agtee tpairhed on application. Tbhe oimciatIon of the Triboee in nortbern ,ntIna iSguaranteedtod ezoeedthat f icypa in the territoIy aoNeriDoeD deeiring their addree ochanged Nmast KInd thir formoer addrese; this ehoold be remembered. AddreYse TsreIID PoInUNINII COYPANY, ]*,Yat Folls, MOunYnN. N10. 3626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFlOER8: T. E. CoLLIns, . . . President A, E. DxOsaRMAn, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . . . . Cashier D L. TRAe, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGH, H. O. OWE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1889

TTLE $BURNED. TEURPRIZNG PORT SOUFFEIN BEAVY LOSS, lie of Buildings and Wharves troyed-The Losses Reaoh Many Millions - Strong Wind Prevailed. NA, May 7'-[Speclal to the TRIn A dispatch to the Herald, from ihis.orning says: All the busi uses and public buildings, depots, coal bunkers extending along ad for over a mile have been d. 0sses are variously estimated at 5,000,000 to $40,000,000. re burned itself out after destroy ything within reach. The water oiled inside of two hours, and was destroyed by the fire. rriffic wind which was blowing o fire department powerless. AILS OF THE CALAMITY. SBellns In the Afternoon and SpreaMls Squlckly. on, Ore., June 7.-A fire broke ttle, W. T., at 2:80 p. m., in the tilding and is now raging over a f five or six blocks and the indi e that the whole business part involving millioas,will go. The eat San Francisco store and also res are on fire. The firemen are and have telegraphed in all di or help. clock tonight the best engine' in rtment, fully e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1889

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. JUDGE BACH AND MISS KATE CHILD MARRIED TODAY. The Chroch Orewdd--The Ceremony Im presive-A Grand Aesemblae at the Wedding Reoep tion. HELENA Mont, June 5.--[Special to the Trnanen.1-For fully an hour before noon carriages filled withthe creme de la creme of Helena society were constantly arriv ing at the Episcopal church and discharg ing their fair burdens that had taken time by the forelock and were deter mined to witness the nuptial rites. As the hour of noon drew nigh the fashion of our city secured seats in the church and admired the handsomely decorated and artistically arranged display of flower stands that covered the aisles with their bearty and breathed out their perfume upon the richly burdened altar. Promptly at 12 o'clock the organ pealed forth the familiar sounds of Mendelssohn's wed ding march. The main entrance to the church was thrown open and Miss Flor ence Child, the maid of honor, was the first to appear, dressed in white China silk wearing a larg...

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