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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 8 October 1890

SThe emi-Wekly ribune. VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 126. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WE NESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTh ,wy 1O ah 6I.. --1. ---- -r_ _ _______ qi Attetion ! 'S P.tderly'e tirtty years of labor gjvsat1 y with every sait of clothes II Potring In. The most carefully se lcated stock in the country. NEW AND UNIQUE, at Ready to show our phtitbs the hand somest sasortment of Fall Clothing ever T brought to reat Falls b Talor iMa4e Suits! h We are now prepared to show a-com- e plete lile of tailor-made garments in Threisd *Ou. bulttOn Outldir y Prookc, sqeual t, hes ' i as nutswiiy hacks, 1i elegpr4 imported Worteds,, comprising almolstipy oa neeivable attern. These goods are throlghltlyl idb In every re spect, being thoroughly shrunk in the plie orA"o askingal< ipdined and trim med wlt~!,tlae ~ e el "etlaterlal. These girueint hr ,pri iiY iwk es good p as any 'made to order" suite and not over half the pole.. a Fill Overe ts ! A"nobby" and tastyline of these goods 1i J...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 8 October 1890

(WHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE fik 'TfIBUNE PUB1ISHIlli COMPANI. I INO U10ORATrED) SUBSCRIPTION RA1 ES. l ali subscription msnet be paid in advance DAILY. I aEIn-WEEKLY. ar ear.by mail, $t.0 OnUe yr, by mail ll8.00 ix meonths " I. 'ihro m soth." 1.0 ( ae week, y cnrrier. 2 Single copy....... 5 All city subselibare to Daily deliveml by carrier Advertislng rates furnnlnod on applioation. l'he circlation of the tribune in nerther IM atana is guara,.ld t,. oroteed that of .ay pa per pnbiished in the stnte jaoaraer er doi .,iri . n address shaaged must send t.eir ,or.e-r addressa; this slahould br taiembto d. Coux, hddroea; Tatotar6 I'nhlttttalO COMPANY, Treat Falls, Mutmtal, NO. 3626. IRST NA'TIONAL BANi OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Pail-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERS' 1' E. CtLLS, N . .. President L. G. 'FELPs . . Vice-President A E DIc(ERtAN, . . . C.ashier U L. TaCY, . . . Ass't Cashier OIREOTORS: ,. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON, IRA iYERS. RI1DERT VAUGHN, H. O. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 8 October 1890

BUTTE AND BOSTON SMELTER, Its Location at Great Falls now an Assured Fact. ALL OF THE PRELIMINARIES ARRANGED. The Site Will be on This Side of the River, Just Below the Black Eagle Falls. In, Magitun e the New Smelter Will "be ~ie Equal of the Boes ton & Montana. The Contracts Will Soon be Signed and Work may Begin Be fore the Close of the Present Year. All of Which Means a Tremendous Growth and Unexampled Prosperity for the Cataract City. While an oficial announcement of the fact has not been made it is well under stood that the preliminaries have been agreed to by the .interested parties that will secure Great Falls another immense copper smelter, equal in extent and mag nitude to that now being constructed by the Boston & Montana. We refer to the Butte & Boston company. Without any doubt its new smelter will be located at Great Falls and it is not improbable that ground will be broken and operations begun this season. The site selected is on this side of the river, at...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 8 October 1890

ENGINEER PARKER INTERVIEWED lie Tells iall About the Work and lithe Wages at the Great HE ALONE FIXES THE WAGES OF THE MEN Mr. Gilbson's only Suggestions Were in Favor of Increased Wages. t A Ilaboring Mln Tells Some Plain i Trths Albout Republiean solici taude for tile hLaboring Man Abount Election Time. Mr. MI. S. Parker. engineer and super intendent in charge of tile construction of the dam at Black Eagle falls, was in the city Saturanlly, and seeking to gain some t fact- on the question of labor and wages hei waos visited by ia ToIutnno representan tive. in regard t tthe management ot the dam lie said: "I was employed to uild tile dam and t no restrictions were ilaced on t me. I lalve full antl complete authority, to fix tihe rte of wages, hire the mnen and ti Iy tnny material needed. I pay out all the < money necessary to carry onl the work No one has ever had anything to do with t the employment of men or fixing the rate of wages but myself. The statement ill the Leader tha...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 October 1890

The Semi- Weekly Tribune OLME VII.--NUMBER 130.REAT FALLS MONTN STURDY MORNING OTOER 11, 10. PRICE FIVE CENT GOLEAT VII.--TUMBER 130. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENT` He HE HOW :- ABOUT T Co de $r tot oR ---FOR THE- ho to ma oP WINTER ? tre asp thi ho tr( We e now preiaredlre to show an elegant line of fur garments, compris- ha lag ~Sels, Beavers, Minks and Perisitan r Lamb, in both fur and cloth lined, and br the very finest goods in the for mar- O, ket. a We will take your measure and ea make you a onat from any fur you do t sire sad with any kind of trimming ,a as well as in any style, at the lowest w poasible prices. Come in and look w, these goods over before lacing your so order. os 0O N Iow b at Our Suits. to We think we have the finest as w well as the most stylish aad durable , line of suits and overcoats in this city, at whteh we ar selling folly as cheap as ha other, dealers ask for inferior gar- m ments. re O4Stock of lats and Ca...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 October 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE 2a5LS8n55"ULr L aAND 810.W1OWL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. the IINoonaPwaUAo act SUBSCRIPTION RATES. a. Mail uabeerption must be paid in advanoe b DAILY. eBm-.Wm.T. et nemee by l $1.t O oyar, bymail, s$30 xie montha, .0 a 1.Lo .he One month 1,U0 Three monthea' I. I)n week, nooarriler, 25 Single copy...... o All oLt subeorhbere to Dally delivered by carrier we Advertiinel raten furnished on applcationt. T'he cirlation of the Tribne in northern sal M latna ie aareaetlseld t, exceed that of wIy pa- o ger pablished in the state eeaeeribere d.slring their address eohied cu must send their formItr adress; this lhouod be rmsmbered. Addrees: Taollaoa i'PULISHIN COMPANYI, : ITreet Fals, MtPitanae. NO. aS28. thi FIRSlT NATIONAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. p;, Authorized Cauital, $l,ooo,ooo. ,t Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: f T E. COLLINS ... . President L. G. Pa~ELs . . Vice-President A E DICEEMAN, . .. Cashier D L. TacY, . . . Ae't Cashier tl DIRECTORS: ci 0. A. BROAI...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 October 1890

GREAT RACES AT TERRE HAUTE The Great Stallion, Nelson, Beats his e Record aad Makes the Mile I in 8:11%. NELSON IS THE HERO OF THE HOUR. Other Interesting Trials of Speed on the Best Traek in America. president Barilaon and Party Visit the Coal Palace at' Ot tiawa, Iowa. Tnasr HAUTIa, Ind., 9.-The three fastest hprneas records in the world were the marks hung up today on the Terre 7 Haute track,-and it is likely to be the highest shot at for many long days. The fastest stallion record Was 2:11M; the fastest mile ever paced or trotted in ar race was 2:09., and the three fastest heats in the races were 2:09s; 2:12%; 1:18. The amphitheatre was filled today I with spectators to witness the greatest v casrd of events ever offered by the trotting I associatito, It was a perfect autumn day with a gentle breeze blowing and the I track was very last. The great attraction was the announcement that Nelson would go to beat Axtell's time of 2:12, made over this track last fall. About 8 I o'clock...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 October 1890

CUPID'S WILLING VICTIMS, Mr. Frank B. Wilrox and Miss Nellie Gremm Will Journey To gether Through Life. AN IMPRESSIVE WEDOIN6 CEREMONY. A Partial List of Those who Witnes eds the ceremony uld of Pres ents Donated by Admir ing Friends. The Happy Young Couple Leave for Helena This Morning and may Visit the ('ostl Before RJeturning. About 9 o'clock Wednesday evening, under a beautiful canopy-shaped wreath of smilax and l aro tions. Frank It. Wil cox and Miss Nellie Gresmm were made mani and wife. The liev. Mr. Clewes performed the ceremony. Following the marriage rite an informal reception was held after which the guests sat down to a sumptuous lunch. The bride was dressed In a rich cream-embroldered silk, cream satin embroidered front, cut en traine, with natural flowers for ornametts, while the groom wore the conventional dress suit. Miss Lochrey of Helena acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Matteson was best man. Thus have two of our foremost young society people joined the rapidly-swellin...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 15 October 1890

The Semi- Weekly Tribune,, VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 132. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1890. IRI(E FIVE CENTS HOW -:- ABOUT fo Garmonts -FOR THE WINTER ? We are now prepared to show an elegant line of fir garments, compris ing Seals, Beavers, Minks and Perisian Lamb, in both for and cloth lined, and the very finest goods in the far mar. ket. We will take your measure and make you a neat from any fur you de sire and with any kind of trimming as well as in any style, at the lowest possible prices. Come in and look these goods over before placing your order. Now About Our Suits. We think we have the finest as well as the most stylish and durable, line of suits and overeoats in this city, which we are selling tally as cheap as other dealers ask for inferior gar ments. Our Stck of ats and Cap. This Department is Complete inevery DIetail, Come in for yeaour Fall Hat. Shoes, Boots, Shoes. In this department we are prepared to show the finest grades of goods manufthtared in...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 15 October 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,ULtsner "'TI T NL 4UMI-WEEKrL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. f.rOORPOrAToD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. bal subaoriptions most be paid in advance unAILY. 1 u -WrIL. .ney.,b mal, {.... I Oae eabymail..0 Smonhe, 5.0) Slmonthe 1.5 f}ne week, by carrier, 251l ingle copy,....... A, i oity subscribers to Dail ydelivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on appllOtio.n The cireelation ,t the ribune in northern g 5ambna is narlntood t. exeed that o Iye ps per published in the state -losorioero dolring their address changedo must sced their forma' eddrece; this should be rmembered. Addren TR`IUNE PUBLIeenis COePANT, Greet Fells, St~nlen. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,oo0,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,00. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, .... Pr' ident L. G. PHELPS. . . Vice-President A E DIoKERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TaaaC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORSB 0. A BBOADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWEN, I T. ARMING...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 15 October 1890

HEATH OF TWO NOTED MEN, Justice Miller passes Away WI hoot Pain at 10:52 Last Evening. BE, BELKIIAP FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED. Washington in Moarning and Pre paring for the Fune. rals. F. H. Haggerty & Co., Bankers of 8oath Dakota, Fall for $280,000. WAseHnera., Oct. 18.-Justice Miller died at 10.56 p. m. Wasnneron, Oct. 18.-Justice Miller died without a struggle and apparently without fpain. Besides Mrs. .miller and her son Irvine there were present Dr. Cook, J. W. Woolworth, an old friend of Justice Miller, who had just ar. rived fronp Omaha; family servants alnd Chief Clerk McKenney of the supreme court. No arrangements for the funeral will be made until tomorrow, but it is certal that hisremains will be removed tohis home at Keokuk, Iowa, where they will be Interred in the family buryjng ground. Death of On. .Ilknap. WAsmwtoron, Oct. 18.-Ex-Secretary pal of War W. W. Belknap, during Grant's wit adminmtration, Monday morning was Th found dead in his room adjoining his T office t ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 15 October 1890

ROUSING HEMOCRATIC RALLY, Arion Hall Crowded With Entlusias tic Supporters of the Candidates. TELLING HITS MADE BY THE SPEAKERS An Intelligent Voter Gives Reasons why he Will Support Paris Gibson. The Veterans of the War Meet at the City Hall and Or ganize. The Arion hall was crowded to its ut most capacity Saturday eve. Mr.(Charles Wegner called the meeting to order and presided as president. fIon. T. E. Col lins was the first speaker introduced. He said: "Mr. President and fellow citizens of Great Falls and Cascade county, The prosperity of our city is due to the efforts and prosperity of Montann. Our natural resources, our mines and minerals are unequalled. The question of poitiecal affairs interests the foreigner, more es pecially those coming from foreign lands where their voice in political affairs re mains silent. The silver bill which was first introduced in congress in 1873 by Mr. Bland is a question which interests every miner mn Montana. I veiture to say, fellow citizens,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 18 October 1890

O The Semi-Weely _Tribune, VOLUME VII.--NUMBER 1:5. ItEAT FALLS, MONTANA., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1890. 1'HICE FIVE CENTh fImt received a full line of the Cele . TTnnII r rinr l" ------- ------- -- I Just received a full line of the Cele. brated Knox Silk Hats. HOW ,.:- ABOUT. Fur Garments -FOll THE WINTER ?. We are now prepared to show an I elegant line of fur garments, compris. I ing Seals, Beavers, Minks and perisian lamb, in both for and cloth lined, and t the very fneet goods in the for mar- t ket. We will take your measure and i make you a eat from any fnr yon de sire and with any kind of trimming as well as in any style, at the lowest b possible prices. Come in and look v these goods over before placing your order. Now About Our Suit. f We think we have the finest as well as the most stylish and durable 0 line of suits and overcoats in this city, I which we are selling fully as cheap as ti other dealers ask for Interior gar- a ments. II bul Our Stock of Hats and Ca~ps ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 18 October 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE I 1,nlUI.uIa' "'ILY AND SEM8-WEI£16LY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I NOORPOIIOATD] ah lt SUBSCRIPTION RATES. le dlaii enbeeriptions mast be paid in advance uAILY. Sam-waI-W.T. by mall, $1 On yea, b mall, is months, " W Slx months 1" If One month " 1.005 Tiree monts" . neweek, oy carrier,5 Linsle copy..... 5 to 411 oity nbsaribers t0 Dally delivered by carrier st Advertising rates furniahed on application. The oiraidtion of the Tribune in n0,rth0rn m Al otanl is guaa.uteed t ozcesed that of Iy pa pr published in the state ba5es0rera doeiring their addres i ohated e Lu.t send their former address; this should be remembered. II Addrene TRAtoSN P'BLrsaIaO COMPANi. Great Falls, Munteaa. NO. 3.626. t P'IIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. I Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. sl Paid.Up Capital, $250,000. P OFFIOERS' r E. COLLIN, ..... Pr.eside t L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President & E DIOeERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAcY, ... . Aas't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROAdWATdER, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 18 October 1890

RAILROAD WHEcKNEAR HELM , Brilge on the donilder Br.nch Gives 1 Way and the Train Goes a Down. SEVEN ME INJURED, SOME SERIOUSLY. Further Details of the Disaster With a List of the Dead and Injured. The Conteg fuor the Capital of Oklan l0osua-- Lively Session of the Legislature and a Con- Ik filet Imminent. tl HaEm nA, Oct. 16.--11:05 p.m.-[Special to the TRIBsNa.]-Seven men are lying msore or less injured at the Catholic hospi tal in this bity, result of a bad wreck on b the Boolder branch of the Northern Pa- p cile railway. The east bound freight a passed is far as bridge 19, and when tl fairly on the same the bridge went down " with the entire train, falling a distance of 70 feet. The train is badly wrecked. t( When the news was received here a re lief train was speedily sent out to bring in the wounded. The train's crew suf fered chiefly. The injured are Engineer P iH. h: Mayhew, spine and internal in juries; Fireman Landford, arm broken and internal Injuries, at present uncou- i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 18 October 1890

GREAT FALLS TO LETHBRIDGE. An Interestig IDescription of thile (Country North of I's, CANADIAN COAL CAMP PHOTOGRAPHED. flow the Great Northetrn is Pushing the WVestern' Extension to the Mountains. Immensl e BeRas of Anthracite ('sol in the (row's Nest, West of Iethbridge. Through the courtesy of Mr. Barclay, the chief engineer of the Great Fails & Canada It'y., the writer made Ia trip to Lethbridge this week over the new road. In addition to Mr. Barclay, the scribe was fortunate in having the company of the famous contractor and genlal gentle man, I)onald Grant, and Dr. F. M. Iose, the surgeon of the construction corps. Leaving (reat Falls at 8:30 in the even ing, we awoke at day break at the Marius and 15 miles further on stopped for bIreakfast at the camp of the Great North ern extension, which crosses the narrow guage road at this point. The Great Northern has made rapid progress, a long stretch of road being graded, while the course for miles westward is on an un broken plai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 22 October 1890

The Semi- Weekly. Tribune PVOL ..E VII.-NUMBER 138. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1890. RICE FIVE C189 Jast received a fall line of the Cele boated Knox Silk Hats. HOW .:- ABOUT Lur sarments -FOR THE WINTER ? We are now prepared to show an elegant line of fur garments, compris ing Seals, Beavers, Minks and Perliaing Lamb, in both fur and cloth lined, and the very finest goods in the fur mar ket. We will take your measure and make youn coat from any fur you de sire and with any kind of trimming as well as in any style, at the lowest possible prices. Come in and look these goods over before placing your order. Now About Our Suit. We think we have the finest as well a the most stylish and durable line of suite and overcoats in this city, which we are selling fully as cheap as other dealers ask for inferior gar ments. Our Stock o Hats and Caps. This Department is Complete inevery Detail. Come in for your Fall Hat. Shoes, - Boo s, ho0es. In this department we are p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 22 October 1890

I+REAT .WALLS lEEIBUNE. WEI)NIESDAY, OC TOERH 2-. l9. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE "OBCIRHar "\[LY AND Na1-Wn9LT er THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. IIN00~o. ATRSII SUBSCRIPTION RAlES. Mull sub criptiop oust be paid in advance LAILT. B11Q-WBHHLT. nerpnoby -nail, 610.00 One yearby mail,IS.W Is months, 5.00 W months 1.50 One mouth" 1.0The mnhs A Arne lti, hYOhbItI· , 25 iLBtn bOgle opy ti.IW ALL city snberribnore to Daily delivered by carrier Advertihlna rates toruished on application. The renaoatiw of the Trilbune in nothern B .tenIE I. 551811nteed I.' ReWeecdthat oi elJ p per unblishd in the state RooeorraeR desiring their address rh.ped mrast send theirerformr nddrewe; thisahosngld be remembered. Addreus TsRIunE iBL'sIsRING CoNWANI, 4Yr.0 FaieH. IvtRE· NO. 8646. IKST NAT1ONAL BANKI OF GREAT FALLS. 4uthorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS: r E. COLLINS, .. " . Proesideto L G. PHELPS . . Vice-President & E PIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAcY, . . . Asn't Cashier ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 22 October 1890

MULLEIT'S CItEE :: LBSE8 the Architect Bends a Bullet Through tis Brain and Ends His Life. FINANCIAL TROUBLES SUPPOSEO CAUSE. He was a Big Chief During the Reign of Grant and Boss Shepard. The Daughters of William Walter Phe:ps Make Hay While the Sen Shines. W"saeroIoo, Oct. 20.-A. it-. . Mullett, one of the best known architects of this city, and for many years supervising architect orthe treasury department, shot himeef this morning at his residence. He has been in poor health a long time, suf fering from rheumatism and other com plaints, but it is thought that financial troubles was the chief cause of the act. This evening- his wife went down staire to get him some beef tee. Hnrdly had she reached the foot of the stairs when she heard a pistol shot, and, rushing back, found- her husband gasping for breath, with blood oozing from a wound in his head. He died in a few linutes. elps Daaugnters at There. broke Ban.l,, Oct. 20-It Is announced that Morro the eldest daughter of U. S. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 22 October 1890

LABOR TROUBLES SETTLED, Tile Men Rlesume WVork at the Union Smelter and Monday Will See All at Work. ROUSING MEETING AT NOR, GREAT FALLS Measrs. Leslie, Stanton and Cockrill Make sound Democratic 'peeches. The Grand Jury Makes Its Report--In (ook vs. Diowning the Plaintiff Gets $50 Damages. The labor question seems to be almost entirely settled. Reports received from the various employers are to thu effect that many of the men who went on have returned or their places have been filled and that work is progressing as usual. As a result of the conference on Friday between Mr. Ellers and workmen of the Union smelter the men have returned to work and the smelter will soon be in full operation. At the dam, about 120 men are at work under Mr. Parker andthe force of White & Mcsherry, who are building tile canal wall, is aboutcomplete. Many of the B. & M. men have returned and it is said that about half of Kirkendall's menl have returned to work. Mr. Cornelius, contractor for the la...

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