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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 July 1889

In .ITS FOR THE CABMPAIGN l-eekly TribuneGREAT FA RIB NE Semi - Weekly Tribune, SEMI-WEEKLY iEDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 118 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 17, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS$ PUBLIC WELCOME. OND ANQUTT AT THE PARK HOTEL LAST NIOGHT. t Falls ntertalns Hospitably Her Worthy Guest--A Notable Assem blage--Bloquent Speeehes and General Hilarity, all the essentials of success the ban t last evening was a brilliant affair. ,d company, good fare, good wines eblned above all with genuine hearti and wit rendered the enteotainment tifying in the extreme. "There was adull sepeeh all the night."said Maj aginnl Wo ia e goed judge of ora after dini r and otherwise. 'te informal reception at the Riainbow very agreeable. The members wel led cordiallqithe visitors, who spent time agreeably in conversation, re ing old friendships or moaking new Vhen the.banquet hour came the dele es, the wool growers and'wool buyers ambled with leading citizens of the and vicinity in the dining' hall of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 July 1889

JREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDUsLIs.DBD RAILY AND REMI.WflRLI THE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHINO COMPANY. fOsRDPORATDI] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ,ail subscriptions must be paid in advanoce. DAILY. S MOI-W dsa., One yearbyqail, $1I.0 1 Oln year, byR maNS.I Osi month, 1.00 ThroenthI" 1.50 I)De wekL, y arrier, 25 Single opy ...... A . city subscribers to Da0ly delivered by carrier 1tiertfsing rates ifaished on application. The atrclation of the Tribune in L.orther .1 ontana is guaranteed t exReed that of SAy pa per uablished in the terrmt0 5.a 0i0bers desiring their address chasged must send their former address; this should be reamembered. Address: TasoNEa PDBLISHIND COMPAso, reoat Falls. MuntanoA NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIOERMnwA, . Vice-President L. G. PELPS, .. ... ashier D L. TRA, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUG...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 July 1889

TIMELY TOPICS. S.PE~tM B MES5RS.°WBBSTERt AIND PUTNAM AT THE BANQUET. Mr. Webster Makes a Tere Address on the Growth of the Cataraot ity .. .'. Putnam Spekson Montana Wool. 'The speeches of Messrs. Webster and Putnam at the recent banquet were es pecially noteworthy. Mr. Putnam of Boston read a poem which he composed foi -the occasion. It was ivorthy of a townsman of the modern Athens and Was received with much .pplause. Mr. Collins-Gentlemen, the kind wordarstioken here this evening concern og Great Falls have filled us with a sense of pride. We' certainly feel very much pleased with the fact that any guests within our borders feels so nicely about it, feel that we have a nice town and nice surrounding country, and we feel more pleased that that it is expressed in such nice language. We have in our midst a gentleman who has grown up with the town, who is looked upon by all as open hearted, obliging and willing at all times to advance the interest of Great Falls,and who will respond...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 July 1889

LOWER WOOL RATES. THE DULUTH ROUTES ANNOUNCE A TEN CENT REDUCTION. The lilght of Sullivanand Kilrain-Pro fesaor Dodge Will Come to Mon tana in Quest of Agrioal tural Statistics. HELENA, July 18.-Woo1 men will be interested to know that the lake and rail comoanies have made a decided reduc tion in the matter of wool rates from Du luth to the seaboard. The reduction amounts to 10 cents per 100 pounds from Duluth to New York. A. D. Edgar, gen oral agent of the Northern Pacific, is in receipt of the following telegram cover Ing this matter: "The Port Huron, Sar nia and Duluth line, Lake Superior Tran sit company and Ward's line name the following rates on wool: In sacks, min im0um car loads of 10,000 pounds, from Duluth to New York, 58 cents; from Du luth to Boston, 58 cents; from Duluth to Philadelphia, 51 cents. On wool in sacks, less than car load lots, from Duluth to New York or Boston, ft cents; to Phila delphia, 08 cents. Wool in bales, com pressed, minimum car loads of 20,000 pou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 July 1889

,i G REAT FNAeLS TRIBUNE m SWeekly Trae,: UNTIL :OCT, L . AT T SEMI-WEEKLY. EDITION. mVtOLUJE V. NUMBER 119 (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JULY 20, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS " JACK THE RIPPER." THE RONSTER AGAIN AT HIS ATRO CIOUS WORE. Lot Salisbury Talks on Fedaeration anoa Ireland-Fsrspie ts of lImrove ments on the Yellow stone River. LonDox, July 17.-The community has been startled by another horrible murder thought to have been committed by that butcher of lallen women known as "Jack the tipper." The body of a woman mutt lated in the usual frightful manner was found today in Castle alley in the White chapel district. No trace of the murder er has-yet been found. Salisbury on Ireland. LO~Now, July 16.-Lord Salisbury said ia sjlechlhyesterday that' the people must not expect the day would ever ar rive when the colonies would become a federsfiln the same as the United States, but )pe.. commo agreement the t ltie would be removed. ie Iish alairs, he said it was'ap pallig,to thtpk th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 July 1889

" 'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PaULSW E TdD 0AI 014 -WrELT THE TRIBOUE PUBLISRING COMPAII. aqoonaPonrATo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Meil ubecriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. spane.wUXl, Oneyeaer bymail O10.00 One year, by mail, 1.0 Smonths, " .0 Si months 1 ine month 1.00 Three months" 1.010 ne week oy earrer, 2 Single copy...... 11 city subeeriber to Daily delivered by carrier Advertistag rates fneaished on application. The circlnation oa the Tribune in serthern Mataena is guaranteed te eneed that of oP pa or published inthe territO L nesoribers desiring their address ohanged must send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TaUnsuan PUBLIHITIG COMPATY, rseat Falls. Muntana. NO. 865215. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIORERBAN, . Vice-President L. G. Pa eLPS, .. . Cashier D L. TRaC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 July 1889

CATThE3 FOR EUROPE. .tN UNUhIALLY LARGE NUMBER OF, CATTLE TO BE SHIPPED TO EUROPB., Trananorttl6n Engaged for Many Herds on Enropean Steamer. - E. pomta tion Adopted' Beause of Low Prices. OlocAeO, July 19.-Arrangements have been completed for the exportation of an unusually large number of cattle within the lixt tllr'ea0r four months. Nelson Morris, a heavy cattle dealer of this city, has secured all the vacant space on all of the o.tgoiltg stemers frOm New York for Liverp.ol, GlasgoW and London for a periodof two or three months. J. L. IIathaway of Boston and his syndicate have engaged all the room on the steam ers of the Weaver line in July, August and September, and Meyer Goldsmith, of New York, has engaged the same line of steamers for October; The reasonof this heavy exhort is 'the low price here and the shortage of the European cattle crops and consequently high prices there. The first consignment this season of range cattle arrived this morning. They are from the ranch of Pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 July 1889

GROWING GREA1TNESS JUDGE G. W. STAPLETON OF BUTTE SPEAKS OF THE MARCH OF PROGRESS. He Points Ot the Bright Future of Oreat Falls-Unllmlted Rersoures -0. G. Cooper on Wool Growing. At the banquet Friday evening Mr. Collins said: Gentlemen, on behalf of our guests, the members of the constitutional convention, Judge G. W. Stapleton of Butte will re spend. Judge Stapleton-Gentlemen, why I should have been selected for this dutyis beyond my comprehension, when I know there are so many more men belonging to that convention who could have expressed our sentiments so much better. How ever, as the duty has devolved upon me, I shall endeavor to say a few words. The other day when the invitation was read in the hail of the constitutional convention in Helena, inviting the members thereof to visit your beautiful city, I noticed that a thrill of pleasure ran through the as sembly; and I should say from the happy faces that 1 saw t:oday on the train and since I came to town, that their fondest h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 July 1889

7 CGREAT FALLS TRBIBUNE e-E sem - Y T'bh, Smi-Wee Tribune, UNTIL OCT. 1. | 75 cT. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 120 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 24, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS DEAR SUGAR. THE NEW YORK TRUST STORING SUGAR. The Wholeuale Groeers Alms Filling Warehouses With It-The Price HaE Advanied Consld erably. NOw YORx, July 22.-There is scarce ly any roam to doubt but that the sugar trusts aro preparing to make a vigorous battle to sustain present prices if not to force 'them still further up the scale. Previous to the first advance in prices a year ago the storage of large quailtities ot refined sugar was a thing unheard of., The pole of granulated sugar at retail wastblhn )out SeiT and a half cents per poundI. .Itowthe same article sells atten cents per pounds For irtoi.tthan two months past the trust boo been rushing the storage of sugar With the warehouse trust, and today therelia'.atgly a, dry, 'clean, available warehOh.4 ii hplk yn water front that has not tdm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 July 1889

"REAT FALLS TRIBUNE eLISBBIIs DAILY AND SBa -W R ELY TOE TRIBUNE PUBO SHIlIB COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail eanbeseptions mast be paid in advance. DuaIL. smn-WKELT. tneyeear bymnil, $10.O One year, by maeil, S8. )ne monthh ' .00g Three mons" t.g ne week,ycarrier, 2 Singlecopy,...... All ity beubcribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The oirnlation of the Tribnne in northern Montenie iguarnetend to exce that of letpa pe published in the territotl BSeesibere desiring theirb address chaneed must send their former addreses; this should be remembered. Addres: TreBoUS PUnJsISaNO COuPAT, (ltent Fallse. ltntnna. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, I$00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. CoLLIN, . . . President A, E. DIorEEMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 July 1889

TWIN CITTY 'R;CS. TUE RACE MEETING OPENS UNDER BRIGHT AUSPICES. Io sr moEa es Awemblt at lsillne 1 Yrt!l'a, ets fr tIes Atnue Attendlance Expeeted, Sr. PAUL, July 28a-The race meeting pensnthis afternoon. The attendance ill lie arge. The best horses have been otterhere. The programme islmoat at: ractive. In addition to the purse races, 1in number, there are..,fotr handicaps nd take r4 . All told there will. l42 ride1 bt;la meeting. SOME RACLRSB BORATOHID. ST. PAUL, July 28.-3 p. m.-There aill be only four starters for the Derby It may be late when they start. THEE ONVI NTION TODAY, oslnes fik-dallbway's R esolution in Disfavor. rIIaNA,` July 24.-[Special to the na.za.]- he convention had its hands oil this morning, but a goodly amount of was disoussidioh ad argauient. The mat r of malki a stepogri;phic 'report of he proceedingswi oaoih tohen. up and doptled. .ixtyI titie J allowed for he coaijii plest tfctwrk, The comrititee on miscellaneous sub. ets repoited adversely on the gambli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 July 1889

EVER MORE JOYOUS PARIS NEW ATTRACTIONS TO THE EX POSITION ADDED EVERY DAY. The Wonderful Fountains with Allegoti al Frgres-P.esldent Carnot Am.slts at Opening the Buddhist Templi-Aette Work--"Panace of the Ineon" The most prominent feature of the Paris exposition is, of course, the Eiffel tower, and, next to that the great hall 1. t. & 4. 1. Scandinavioan house, Fourteenth century. SFench house of the Tenth century. A French house of the Thirteenth century. 4. Renaissanoe period. Sirteeuth century. HUMAN DWELLINGS. and dome of the Palace of Miscellaneous Industries, which faces the gardens and fountains and is visible from all parts of the grounds. Externally this great structure is not particularly handsome; in fact, it looks as if it had first been made very sprawling and then, in a des perate attempt to improve it, made very gaudy. But at night, when its thousands of brilliant lamps flash out, it is a won derful building, fascinating as one of the fabled Aladdin structures. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1889

Semi - k1eelL Ti bure, Semi-Weely Tribune, NTI EAT FALLS. TRIBUNEI SO CENTS. SEMI-WEEKLY ED:,ITION. VOLUME Y. NUMBER 121 G(REAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JULY 27, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS TWO MEN DROWNED. ONE IN THE YELLOIWSTONE, THE OTHER IN THE RIG HORN, The Big kosn Soathern Survey Prsgres. sing Rapidly - A oulanglst Roughly Treated -- New Postmastera. STILLWAT5e, Mont. July 25.-While dnrvingýband of horses across the ford on the Yellowstone, one mile above town, at about 10:80 yesterday, Alex Oliver was washed from his horse and drowned. As soon as the fact became known a body of citizens began dragging the river but up to dark were unsuccessful. Deconased was about 20 years of age. 1.TH'E sea Htons. COsofit, Ju'Sti--Williant Burke was drownsttr the Big H.orn river. near Fort Custer while bathing. His body was re covered and buried in Fort Custer cem etary. speeas in flt free in Traser. PAots, JIu5 25,-Duiont, Boulangist of the chamber of doputies, last night at, tempted to make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1889

JTREAT FALLS TRIBUNE POLsau DALI AD enBI-wzoKLy THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CONPANY. rIIacoProBAo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mailt subcriptions mast be paid in advance. DAILT. SBm-W.EKLY. ,ae y Irb Oam e ar, by mail, TIS diz months, " 6.0 a sia monhs 1." • One month 1..0 Thre moath.... I1.0 e eek, oy carrier, 25 ingle copy,.... 5 A ll oity subscribers to )aily delivered by oarrier Advertsing rates furnished on application. 'Th osirdulatlon of the Trlbune in ,,rthern M.ntana is guaranteend t exceedthat of oy pa pear pblished in the terrNtu aas.onoers desiring their address changed must .end their former address; this hauld be remembered. Address: Tanrsu P a.LI sN C(sOPAhNY, }urest Falls. Mlntana. NO. 8626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIRSE: T E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DxoHaRa N, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .... Cashier D L. TRasov, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: . A. BROADWATER, MARITIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1889

'HE `CONVENTION. SIAItY OR TODAY'S PROCI di.. INoS. onriad' County Division Resolution glrde With Disfavor-The Right of Suafrage Under DisonMson. uNA, 1hy 2I.-,(lpeeial to the S.]-The forehoon session of the ttion was mostly taken up with tie The coinmittee oti irrig.tion, Par ,chahrman, made a sntisfactory reo hict was referred to the committee liting. finance committee submitted ia re which was refei;red to the one on ang, e committee on county and town liztion reported back Conrad's prop n without recommendation. II, Iershfleld, chairman of the com e on miscellaneous: subjects, re I that the communication in refer to the Sunday law be laid upon the e same committee reported adversely * J. Burns' proposition to form a g bureau. convention then went into the com e of the whole with Cooper in the . The suffrage question enme up was discussed at'length, especially a tute for Section 2, offered by Hart which was as follows: noided that eydry male person 21 or over shall be entitled to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. Froan Wednesday's Daily.s The county commissioners did not meet yesterday. Telegraph wires have been extended to the new freight warehouse. Mr. Julius Sands has returned from his visit to the Chotenau country, Mr Merrill and his partner who bought a loki of sheep from Charles S. Gibson are in town. A. K. Levy, who has been spending the last 30 days with relatives in Milwaukee, returned on today's train. J. P. McCabe and Mr. Macdonald re turned yesterday from Lewistown anod proceeded to Helena today. Broadwater. McNornnara & Co., have enlarged their store at Big Sandy to dounlie its former capacity. lIen Reed gave a birthday party to his young friends yesterday. About 80 boys and girls attended and had lots of fun. Hen. E. H. Conger, Des Moines, In.; E. Edwards, U. S. A.; Mrs. C. A. Patch and F. C. Baldwin left town today for Fort Shaw. lHoadmnaster Smith of the Manitoba was in the city today. He says that the road is in good condition fromn Great Falls to Min...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 July 1889

50 CENTS 50ml - WL Tun. .,. FoR THE CAMPAIGN-- mi - Weekly n GREAT FLs lBUN Smi-Weeky Trin UNTIL OCT. 1.e 0 T. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V, NUMBER 122 GEREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 31. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS RIG FOREST FIRES I from sight for two days. The Flint creek I .Tnn. . .T ,, T.. BIG FOREST FIRES. WHY GREAT FALLS IS FILLIED WITH THIN SMOKE, The Track'of the ianmee in Deer Lodge county--Grave Fears Felt in Regard to the Mining Camp at Granito. Pn.itrpenua , July 29.-The fire started in the vicinity of Black Pineabhout a week ago and little attention was paid to it for aday or two. The high winds that pre vailed during the week fanned the flames into immense proportions. It passed from the section around Black Pine down the Flint creek valley and has been work ing its way towardsPhilipsburg. Itturn ed up Henderson gulch on Saturday and grave fears were entertained of its reach ing Granitei asthe gulches are heavily timbered and everything is, of course, as iry as ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 July 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PWUBLSH1 DMAILY ND 5EMI-W]5,L5. THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, rlNaosPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i5it subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAIL5·Y. 55I-M5W555H neyear by mail, 310.00 One year by mail 5$.0 .Ix months, 61. T It Ina month I e 6 fne weeko, S oarrior, 2 ingle copy....... S11 city ubsoribers to DaUy delivered by carrier Advertisings rates furnished on application. The chircintion of the Tribune in ,orthern ,ntana is guaranteed t., exceed that of i.y pa per nPblishe in the territuy "aorE. rs desiring their address can.gd uLst send their former address; this shyeld be remembered. Adresss TB R ONB pAsBLyShING COMPANY, tdISt Palls , I5tana5 . NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLiNS, . • . President L. G. PHELPS, .. . ..Cashier A, E. DI.oEBMAN, . Vice-President D L. TRACo, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 July 1889

ENTY OF WATER! t M]UUOUS FLUID IS FLOWING THROUGH THE MAINS. Fulls SuppiUed With Water Works Tiuw Than Four Mosthe-Haw It was DIne . 5d WIh Did it. oa memorable day in Great Falls. itjvrll be considered so when ter is flowing summer and winter oases from Prospect.bill to Black falls and from Park hotel to the t limits of Centlral avenue. The carriers have done their work well, ey are at best a poor substitute for oarful pump and the broad mains convey the water silently and to a thousand homes. .importance of a good supply of has engaged the attention of the ns since the town was started. Some e hoped that the Giant Spring with asless flood of the purest water be utilised, but it was found to be mote from the present town limits available. winter Bon. T. E. Collins gave the t special consideration. He found t associates in E. G. Maclay and ivers. Mayor G.bsOnn brought the ct before the city council which ap eda committee to con.er with Mr. as and his associates who promptly itted a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 July 1889

THE JOURNEYMEN TAILORS THEY WILL SHORTLY HOLD THEIR ANNUAL MEETING AT COLUMBUS. heir OrpanN tion Has Aecomplithed Minch for the Men Who Out and Make Clothes for Good Americans--Plctunres and History. Tailors are among the more intelligent portion of the working class, as the con stant interchange of information and opinions by means of conversation which the nature of their employment permits tends to brighten their minds, especially upon those subjects nearest to their wel fare, which are so frequently discussed. It is therefore not a little singular that they were among the later trades to thoroughly organize in the United States, where other leading industries have so long had their unions. It is doubtful if any other skilled workmen stand more in need of the protection trades unions arasaid to afford their members. Labor statistics present a startling array of fig ures showing the fearful inroads con stantly being made into the field of the journeyinen tailors of the United Stat...

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