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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 31 August 1894

A~'iie~tni PUREC E MODEL TOWN Facts Brought to Light by the Visit of Altgeld to the City of Pallmas. GED TO BE STARVING Relported Must Be the Exception al Camset Psasibly Be the Rule. ,sco, Aug. 24.-Governor Altgeld's ation of the affairs at Pullman rought out that some of the e' families are sick and nearly g. : numberof cases have been d by the local physicians of pros. due to want of food. Dr. August of Roseland, was called to the e of a sick woman whom he found emaciated. After a careful ex ion he concluded there was noth eg her but the want of food. He bed meat and potatoes which he d and brought to her himself. d orrowed from her friends all id and when the relief head closed she was too proud to anything to eat. Some of those suffering most soutley are in One woman, who is now in the es of consumption has had noth some weeks except dry bread and fee. For the past two days she n confined to her bed, and her d has done all the necessary , This consisted simply in a thick porrig...

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. — 7 September 1894

Ihe Weekly Triue OLUX XVI'- RA AL TA roLUMB XVI.- GRtEAT FALLS, MONTAN.A, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. ABIR'S HOLDAY e Trades Unliass aof Great Falls siebrate te. Pew atmaml 0 TNOUSAEI IMS 1Uf irabro s.rpsed Ap 3v seern il the (Cty-TM dyeas at the Park. Last Monday was a day which is marked with a milestone in the memory of the union workingmen of Great Falls as being the greatest demonstration of I numbser and progress ever shown by the I workltgmen of this city. And, indeed, it we generally remarked that the par ade showed more men in line and greater enthusiasm among the spectators than any occasion sinoe the history of the city began. Shortly before 9 a. m. the Trades Council, headed by the Musicians' union, which turned out fifteen pieces, marched to the depot to meet the Belt and Sand Coulee vltting unions. The Trades Council was headed by its ofli:ere, con sisting of Jan. E. Fox, president; I). II. Young, vice president; A. E. Caulleld, recordingeeoretary; W. F. Gay, Hr 'ncial...

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. — 7 September 1894

I e ge er of Oolrnde Is some S pn " spe me imself, In faot ha eas etl vetarlsla the s. Up -tdiebe hill aM the rasit, yet la tabelew peMihed I. the Duever mteSea, be SaId time to remark: "It Sas to be denied that many republi aatvesgewa lukewarm beanuse they -hawm t l hat the prty wa drifting into the pateonlea and promotion of the in teress at the wealthy clases." Had the .ea. putblisremarks In the peat in -m- d t ma tenpa hbe would have MtdslTly.orosnt. The legislation . ^i Plk I party has built up, atered and protected all the great true, combless and oorpohttione whlah n.owdnbLate the commereiel and in duatril lterests of the land. It was a revolt against thea bodies on the part of the rink and filethat put the demoorat ic party In power. While unloreen ditag s bave surrounded the present aduilsbtratlo and it hab not been able to anomplih all that it desired it has made a beganinga the way of reform. SenatorTeller realizes this and he is ful. ly awa that the mames also know the o...

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. — 7 September 1894

racts r st .ael et fhe sa pree tseelhe Kaghts of Pytbias. SOE CHtASIS ECOMMENDEO fuggestlUe that Gum e p8bstituted for Swords by the Military Branch. WAsasfxool, Aug. 30.-The annual report of the supreme obancellor Kanights of Pytbias, gires the following: Grand lodges, 54; subordinate lodges, 6,980; total number of members, 405,741, a net increase t 72,025 members during ·he past two years The flnanoial con dition is most satisfactory. Many topics are discussed and recom meadation made comonraing the work of the order. It is reoommeaded that the trser of fice of subordinate lodges be one year instead of six months and that the nse of eastle halls for burlesque "side ranke" be prohibited. "I am strongly of opinion." says the supreme banocellor, "that a general change from sword to gun would bring a great revival and influx of new members into the military branch or our order. I enQgest that steps be taken to obtain the views of all the divisions upon this subject, with the determina...

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. — 7 September 1894

+ I t V*UPlhe lr Lsgie *A erw Was 2ien ma ad y ea t the Pyesentlegs. igeaa J. K t sEllnd calledl the repuliaa convention to order about 1M0, sad after reading the call asked ae aemlationa for chairman. Three agmigaas wel made, J. T. Athey, F. D. Omamead 0. IK. Webater. The lat ter dseelad, but on ballot t was found that two otes were east for him while Onaper got 4S sad Athey 47. Another ballet gave Athi the place by a vote of 57 to A Por sesretary, A. W. Delaey, Wm. M. Bole, l W. Curtis and W. B. Burleigh were nammated, but all declined to serve aad P. B. Buchanan o Wjow Omek watea ally induced to soaept an ofoee which had u"othlnr in it." Oa motie a Of . . Webster the chalr sppointed the following committees Oomditteo on permanent organization -O. . Wbeter, P. Odell, Geo. Raban, P. D. ooop, Oo. Lame. Commires an credentiale-W. J. Win ters, A. W. Delaney Sam Dean, Ira In graham, Myron McDanieles. Oommittee on order of buminee-J. K. Cber, Peed Poole, Geo. M. Watson, Hoary Joasm Will...

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. — 14 September 1894

'/ MeeH The Weekly ribune. OLUE X.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. VOLUME XVI.---- _ - -- - - FORTY THOUSAND t ImposinJ Parade of the Grand Army t at the Encampment at n Pittaburg. C LOYAL OVATION TO THE VETS More Than Five Handred Thousand People Gathered to Do Them Honor. Pinrrenuc, Pa., Sept. 11.-Forty thou sand men who fought to save the union marched through the cities of Pattsburg and Allegheny today, and old familiar war tunes filled the air. While they stepped out boldly and bravely, the vet erans could not straighten bent forms or conceal gray hairs and furrowed cheeks. t They carried no heavy rifles with glitter ing bayonets, but aided aged limbs with walking canes, while here and there in the line of blue came a comrade on crutches. On every corner and vacant lot rose tier upon tier of human faces, and as the veterans passed cheer after I cheer greeted them. At 10:30 the parade I started from the historic Monongahela house on the bank of the river. The...

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. — 14 September 1894

Proeeed.igs of the Irrigation Ce.. grees Now in Session in Colorado. A DIVISION OF SENTIMENT A Rude Letter from Secretary Mor ton of the Department of Ag. DEr~~x , Colo., Sept. 0.-The session of the national irrigation congress yes terday was an Interesting one. Quite a number of papers were read by well known members. Congreasman H. H. Coffeen, of Wyom- f ing, addressed the congress on "National Methods of Reclamation of Arid Lands vs. Cession." He objected to the intro duction of foreign capital into a state for the purpose of securing large landed es tates. He favored the ownership of smallfarms, instead of land syndicatea securing posseesion of large tracts and leasing to farmers. He denounced the Carey act, as it would be the means of throwing into the hands of syndicates the 1,000,000 acree granted each arid state and territory. States not having money to develop these lands will be compelled to turn them over to corpora tions under certain agreements to de velop them. Senator...

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. — 14 September 1894

RRIBLE STORYI That the Great Forest t Fires Were Kindled by Timber Pirates CONCEIL THEIR THEFTS Timber From the" School Lands t'ircumtaueHtu s Hehind the Ac t-rlntlto. ll',Auo, Sept. 8.-A special from St. I lud oinoesuota says: There are noti tions that the state senatorial com- I ttee, which four month has been in- I tigating frauds against the state in I ttiug pines fronm school lands, will be I le to show nat nishing evidence, not 1 ly that, "ltimber pirates" appropriated I llio.s of dolisrs worth of lumber be- I ging to the sotuae, hut that in trying cover up their s:ealings they started that resulted in the terrible loss of e and property in Pine, Kanab and her counties. It is charged that the pbermen fired the lands which they properly cleared to render the easurement of stumpage impossible, nd thereby shut off the suits which the mission might attempt to bringl net them. In one of the chief hotels f St. Cloud a scout employed by the mmieion to ferret out cases of lumber levin...

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. — 14 September 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUJSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbseriptions most be paid a eadv.oe. onThe circulation of the Tribne Northern new ddress; this should be remembered. TIHE TBIBUNE Great falls. Moeat. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1894. ANACONDA CAPITAL CLUB. If there was ever a representative gathering in the history of Great Falls it was the meeting at which the Ana conda for the Capital club was organ ized the other night. All classes and all shades of politics were represented. Everyone present was a voluntary par ticipant and everyone was a voter. The meeting sent a cold shiver through the marrow of the few friends of Helena in this section, and in true Helena style those who took part were yesterday made objects of abuse. slures, inuendoe, and mistatemente. The fact is the meet ing and those who were there bother Helena very much more than the silly attacks made upon it worry the participants. In the eyes of the Iselonaites it is a crime to espouse the cause of Anaconda, and the meeting ter...

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. — 14 September 1894

TRUMPET TONES It Great Falls Again Bead Greeting To Anaconda For Capital Honors -$ti And Assures Her of Generous and United Support In the Coming F Contest. Largely Attended Meeting of Citizens at the Opera House Last Night. Good and Pertinent Reasons Why Helena Should Not (iet Any I Support. The second meeting of the Anaconda t for the Capital club was held at the Great Falls opera house Monday and was an evidence of how the people of this city feel upon the iubject. The opera house was filled to its seating ca pacity, there being fully 1,000 in attend ance. Among the audience were many ladies who evinced not only an interest in the speeches but manifested it with generous applause. Acroes the stage 1 was a large banner, on one end of which was a representation of the B. and M. smelter and on the other of the Rainbow falls. Between them was a long train of care carrying ore and coal. On the banner was the inscription: "Great Palls for Enterprise, Anaconda for the Capital." The city...

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. — 14 September 1894

THF COUNTI COMMISSIONERSt Are in Regular Sesion--Bidge Across Belt Unrek, on the Hlghwood Road, Denied. The County Attorney Is Ordered to Bring 8sit Against the Treas urer's Bondsmen. The county commissioners have been in session since Wedneeday last but most of the business has been of a routine character, such as receiving and considerin the reports of the various county officers, auditing bills, etc. It was decided to re-establish a voting precinct at Mid Canyon to be known as precinct No. 31. Two years ago this precinct cast seven votes, and it was abolished by the board when they laid out the districts a few months ago, but as their action caused some dissatisfac tion they reconsidered it yesterday. The board voted to open a road be tween Junkins old house and Major Fields' lane on the Sand Coulee road. They also appointed Messrs. Evans, Carr and Bush as viewers on two new roads in the Deep creek country. They will meet on Sept. 18 and 20. A communication was received from the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 September 1894

OME CRIMINAL COURT CASES a eld Bighwayman Is Bound Over to the Distrlet Court-A Wrath tel Cook. McLain, Is Accused of Know lng Too Mach About Missing Horsee. Charles Hansea, slim Ryan, came up •ursdy afternoon an Judge Hawkins' urt for preliminary examination on a of highway robbery. He was arrested on a charge of steel an overcoet, but this charge was ped aLd the more serious one sub tuted after his arrest. The defendant conducted his own and gave ample evidence of being 11 posted in the ways of courts and led down the county attorney when er be stepped outside the technical lee of evideno like an old attorney. is a slight built man with a sharp a and is described by the police as "a k case." am Harlow, the complaining witness the cae, wee first sworn and he told story. It amounted to about this: .day nigt be went on a big spree about 4 or 5 a. m. he was seised from ind by some party unknown, garrot and robbed of a gold watch while he on Second avenue south near the k theatre. He d...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 September 1894

THE SCHOOL BONDS ARE LEGAL The District Court Arms the Valid ity of the $80,000 Issue of Scboal Bonds. Fall Text of Judge Benton's Decision -An Appeal to the Su preme Court. The district court ha passed on the question of the validity of the 880,000 in school bonds which have been the sub sct of so much comment from the time hy were issued up to the present time. The matter was brought before the court by means of a friendly suit in stituted by James T. Stanford vice president of the Northwestern bank who through his attorney M. M. Lyter asked for an order restraining the board from disposing of the bonds on account of certain alleged irregularities connected with their issue. The school board was represented by Thoa. E. Brady. The court denies the injunction asked for thus upholding the validity of the issue. As a great deal of public interest has been shown in the matter of these bonds the court's reasons for the decision which are attached in the shape of a memorandum are printed...

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. — 21 September 1894

The Weekly ri une. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. BA FLE AT LAST Japanese Generatlship Accomplishes a Most Decisive Victory in Cores. CENUINE SURPRISE PARTY The War Virtually Ended Unless China Gets Another Army Into Cores. LoNDON, Sept. 17.-A dispatch from Seoul dated yesterday says that during the evening of Thursday last the Japan ese column from Pung San made a re connolseance in hope of drawing the fire of the Chineseo forts and ascertaining ac curately their disposition. This done, the Japanese tell back in good order with little losse. Friday night, the dis patch adds, all the Japanese corps were in position for a combined attack. One general column was threatening the Chinose left flank, the Pung San column was facing the Chinese center, and the Hwanzu column was operating on the Chinese right The latter column was reinforced before by a detachment of marines and blue jackets from the fleets stationed at the mouth of the Lae Tong river. The C...

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. — 21 September 1894

A BRUTAL AFFAIR Pive Thomauad Sheep Wantoaly and Needlessly Slaughtered In Colorado. ATTRIBUTED TO CATTLEMEN The Sheepmen Are Indignant and Hunting For the uinlty Per petrators PARACHUTF., Col., Sept. 13.-Further particlulars have been received regard ing the slaughter of sheep on the Mesa near here by the cattlemen. There were about twenty-five cattlemen, all wearing masks. They drove 2,'200 belonging to C. B. Brown into a corral and killed them with guns, knives and clubs. J. F. Miller's band, numbering about 2,000, were driven over the cliff and all killed. J. 1). Hurlburt,e sheep were not molest. ed, but the butchers posted a notice that these would have been served likewise but for lack of time. When the sheep men returned not a cattleman was in sight. A sheep herder was shot but will recover. So,11e Details. l)Dcn.'q., Col., Sept. 13.-The report killing of 5,000 sheep at Rock Cliffs is verified today, both as to number and detail. It is estimated that :3I men would be required...

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. — 21 September 1894

SAUCY INSEOT Niesragsan Governaant Has Bree Imprisoalng and Exiling Americans. USUAL DIPLOMATIC PROTEST Has Bees Entered, But No Vigorous Demand Backed Up by U. 8. Soldiers. Naw ORLEANs, La., Sept. 14.-The Associated Press correspondent in Blue fields, under date of Sept. 7, describes the manner in which fourteen foreigners, taken prisoners at Bluetlelde, were treated at Managua. Ten of the prison ers were sent to Coringto, on the Pacific coast, where they remained until Aug. 21), when in the afternoon a south-bound Pacific steamer carried them to Punta Ienas, Custa Rica. The tour remaining prisoners, it bad been decided to place in different cities and confine them as state prisoners. Sam Lamwton, of New Orleanes, and ('apt. George Will banks of Philadelphia, were among the exiled. Others of the party were W. II. Brown, a Canadian; L. U. Thomas, Geou. Hudson, W. T. Cuthbert, the Mosquito attorney general; Marklanid iaylor, pub. lisher of the Bluetlelds Messenger; Washington Glover,...

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. — 21 September 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subsnriptions must be pai in advanee. DAILY. WQELY. ONe year. hy maI $ll1.00 One year by meall. St mo=mnths. .00 I zmors, * LO0 One month. .71 Threamonthe." .75 One week, by uarrler .U Bnsle copy, 5 &dvertistn rmte tarnirshed on applieation. The cirotatlon of the Tribune In Northern Montana isi uaranteed to exceed that of any otaae publtehed In the state. bbordber a droag their addres chanid mult seud their former address s well as the new address; this ehold be remembered. THE TRIBUNE Oreat FPlls. Mont FRIDAY, 8EPTEMBER 21, 1894. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Otote Senator - tt)ORBItT 8. FORD. For Ropresentatives - JIRE LESLIE. J. ('. BUNDY, LOtER IT FLYNN. W. N. FLE'I~IILL. For Shorrli tIHl:RtIT PON f'LT. Fo ('lerk umn ltrcordnir L. 1. M.)oDONAI.l). For Ti, ,rr DAVID WILILAMt. For Cot.L) Attorony - JOHN W. TrANION. For Auditor II. L. DES2IOMBES. For Assessor J. K. C(LARK. For Superintendent of County Schools Mkil. CLARENCE A. O(IDEN....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 September 1894

ITS BANNER OUT Fhe Great Falls Anaconda for the Capital Club Has Another Inning. An Outpouring of People That Tested the Capacity of the Opera House. lequent Speeches and a Very Enthusiastic Audience the Features. It s said that the capacity of the Great alls opera house is 1,400 and Monday he pretty building was packed from arquet to dome. The occasion was the bird meeting of the Great Falls Ana onda for the Capital club and it was a eld night. "Anaconda for the Capital" as the watchword and reply. As ,n a previous occasion there was a uutic. Ise absence of copper collars and town te collars, and other insignia of "slavery" at the Helena pirates still insist are rn as a badge of servitude by the ree uts of Great Falls who favor Anaconda the capital. Instead there were 1,400 and untrammeld men and women dent in Great Falls who had asasem to participate in the proceedings, by their encouragement and appro on of the speakers give the lie to * foul slander of the Helena press and elena...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 September 1894

CATTLE MEl STRICTLY IN IT bhe Chicago Market Has Been Boom lag This Week--eet Price. of the Season. An Old Timer Tells of the Pricem Realised flr Montana Cattle Tear Ago. The cattle shipping season is now fairly well under way and it becomes more and more evident that notwith standing the stimulating effect of primes on the Chicago market, which arehigher than those obtained for several years, the cattle shipments from northern Montana will not be nearly as large as last year's shipments. The hard times of last year caused the cattlemen to send to market about everything from their herds which would sell at any price in order to raise cash and the result is that there are not the cattle in the country this year to ship. The Chicago market Monday of this week showed Montana cattle bring ing as high as $1.10 per hundred The great scarcity of corn-fed cattle has compelled the buyers to look to fat range cattle as a substitute, and fortu nately Montana cattle this year are in excellent ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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