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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

NEWS OF T WEEl Saturday, June 1. i". L. Hossack deeds to Daniel Furg lots 25 and 26, block 3, Hossack's addi. tio), for a consideration of 840. ilomer Armstrong came in yesterday from his ranch on Cora creek and will remain in the city a day or two. Miess Lula Armstrong, who is teaching school at Truly, came in yesterday to spend Sunday with her parents in this city. E. L. Bishop, court stenographelr o Judge Pomeroy of the Eleventh judicial district, is in the city for a day or two an business. In the case of Churchill & Webster vs. J. D. White judgment was yesterday reond.red in the district court for $212.13 in favor of plaintiff. In the case of Paris Gibson vs. the iunning Wolf Mining and Milling com pany judgment was rendered for the plaintiff, amounting to $5,691 30. Miss Fannie McLennan, a sister of lire. H. A. Mady, arrived here yesterday from Duluth to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mady. She will remain here some time. .hereimiah Kellher(r has filed his gov .lminent pat'nt ()nvrilg...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENI A Large Audit·nce at the Operra House to ('ongratulate the An Ilitereiti ig I'I0ozlnnia of xerrisee --Th1i (:lradllllting · ('lMR Ile night with an tiviin"ioIf tin hl;t 'iti zyns in (ijeat Iailsi. wih o ii u tii tistify ti tliiir inhtiret in the' Ii iiiirtiiii if tin" oing gIn.aiitiii aill li mlihii tii'n programII tha~t teas bothII Lilltl·Pr ·sting, :ill(l warmI ilfrifitififtit fronx l sitat tii fh inng and ifiiff f ill' P t" ,"s"lift l tii. f i f oII hhiliinhi fulls thu- grua aing iiu. ssi-n-un iiiie JIfi-Nintud hithi IfI fl ilfit land fife lllt s frIoIII fiiiiifv ousl~ Intuit and a11 tllllil·II·rs till th,"y' t\t",'n'( f~mirlv ifihi-il ilinl fitlhi hhffifia trfilisif ThI'tfi' if-ri- l ,w . l f~lt iiihls''gif. ii li I h li ii iii t f,. i l' fiii.giiu ~ ihil. ii iilliu ififit I iii it and th," 1,rv g 3t n, a. s r nsIvlnt ntly hut a lu -u u l I t itsii ol~ts flu-sIirfr Prif. I" ll S. 1,t':t "tr., M iss Eva 8. . I...l Smil . (. 111. . ;. T."I :ni~llRI. ('.,ni...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

EYP4.. RPEN MIXING OF FERTILIZER. ai1 Ilow It May le PrIIactleed by l'ariners at IIomn(e. Iidy of tile fertilizer mark',t s:;hii s Srsaving of 10 to 25 per c'ent ili:v d1'i in the pIurchaso of fortilizing rial iby buying at whollesale h cand ig adlvintagn e of low mcarkets. In thei cmixing of fertilizers thcr' is cc c(h.nlic('c for saving. A e'Ommlllllll ' it againlst ilhomo nixing is that clhan'iccal condition of tih foirtili i ll ilct bo ecOqual to thalt of voun'er ir:Inds. This ncceed not 1(e n t, for 1by . of t sc.'rcnll homIc mixtture.s may i'r fin (cllnongh to iusci in cllcy plac!t .cc care, Ihcwvccr, r:ihOlll ,c o tallnll ther c b' ic it i111i'eient 3cprnlort ic iI (If hdric nmctorials like bloo(d, tcckage ' a;runclcl Lcce, to c clll'll: 1 lhle nix Iry .noIgi~h io that it will Int, hold h.,r when pi,' ,;,''o within the' hi;nd. rc ',mi ih nl itrtcrate of so:da is nl c.:, ii/' i' shonild be dcone lit a fewv d:.:y c tc:ln(tl fcor iu( , 'c(c It1c' nitrate hI I.; l'c'y tco abs.orb...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R&I " A Powder A BSOLUTELY P TOWN WIPE) OUT A ('ity in the Penns ylvania Oil IRe gions Absolutely Destroyed by Fire. FIVE HUNDRED RESIDENTS I h endered 1iu14 ,111 ,, -l 'rolp.rty Loss Is Not Rli\ en. liBt WVill Ie -11l 'it h -I t I _i I,:" I rt 'n .h trr ,r i l , it., . ) il, ,I . .\ ! In , '' ,rir , Fi F -Fnt iF r i - uhi .1ri, tlri r ii , i , Flip F., . lil-, .r i'm,, ;i dill T hiF - tf fir . ýi Fl' , I lrri' s 1 t, .!, , (mi thI, p. I l'.'Io - " o l i,'.; i ll on th;1 1.;1,i , i r,,a,(j i I IuS " Fi- it rd, 11-.( 1 1.r i i. l' '. li' Fluil - Iu I - .) rl. ' i. ,i 1Fir'* ~ 1 ri iT- h lTilrl s' Enit this plow,-. r111 51 11n ulws " i Ibtalia iblr fr liii thier-r-, ult thAr-i Fi8 hr ri-iubit ,Fir- , i ". err ri ti. . fir, )i ! Fi htu i,,i" Th rle i l i_ i in, lir' ctioll.. r e l id in ll '.F rI.F t to check its progress seems futile. Coon Hiun. three miles from Russel l City, which was wiped out yesterday after noon, ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , ,UNE 14, 1895. N.UMBER 5 TIlE RIGHT THING . ..At THE RIGHT TIME ...Offered at THE RIGHT PLACE ....At THE RIGHT PRICE ....Briefly tells the story of our enuoess, ....Now for 1ACKINTOSHEBS Gray Plaid and Gray Mixture for $3.25 A Blue Worsted Box Cost for $4.35 All-Wool Blue Cheviot Cape Coat for $7.50 SHOES Good Shoes at ............. . .... .... 1.25 Bettor Ones .................................. 2.00 Blno erg Suits, sold lsewhere for 1 $10.',, at .. Kaufman' s.....$..... or money back, M. KAUFMAN, a18 CENTRAL AVENUE. ABOUT THE WOOL WAREHOUSE Over One Hundred Sacks of Wool Already Received and a Lot More on the Way. The Baling Machine Will Start Up Next Week-Gossip About This Year's Prices. The wool season may be considered to be fairly commenced. About 100 sacks of wool are already stored in the wool warehouse and the railroad company have advices that considerable more wool is now on the way. Next week it will be...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

ANTIGOU6E GAXIE Tile ('Caplitl Site ('ollniision Decline With Thank" All . ids . !u init thl. PRICES ASKED TOO STiEP Now l'ropnOitio.s Will lti .\ke- in the IHope that Ileleha leally 8.ecial t , I'l ' Trrnllute. II: I.I;N.\, .ulc '--The capitol site commission have rejected all the bids and will advertise for new ones. The following statement obtained from the commission shows the price asked for each site and its assessementfor 1514. It should be stated, however, that the I assessment is low and very few Ielena real estate holders would sell for the val- I uation as it appears on the tax lists: ] Price Offer Asseses.. Asked. Barden, No. 1 .............. 42,01; 81ttOl Barden. N. 2................ ..24.0U0 101,U)( Hale. No. 1............... .. . 1'.13 57.00). Hale. No. 2 ............ ...... 16,i 3 46,100 r Hauser. C'apital Hill.......... .,510 10.,01 Steele ............... ...... 13,.LO 0,000 W inne ................. ...... 5.150 1 t Heath ......................... 12,130) 35.00) Hea...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

JUDGE BENTON Sustained by the Snplenoe Court in Ills IDecision in the i1anda It111n CsRe ON THE SCHOOL WARRANT l.suled to tihe Northwestern National Iank in Payment for Money Advranced. Specisl to The Trihuoe. . HELrENA, Juno 10.-In the supreme court this morning Chief Justice Pem berton read the opinion in the case of the state ox. rel. Northwestern National Bank of Great Falls vs. A. E. Dicker man, county treasurer of Cascade county. This was an action brought for a writ of mandamus to compel the treas urer to pay to the bank t15,833.,5, tlue for moneys advanced on the high school building at Great 'alle. Upon present ing the warrant for this sum for pay ment the treasurer refused to pay it. The lower court issued an alternative writ of mandamus requiring defendant to pay the warrant. During 18!3f bonds in the sum of :80o,1:;)1 were voted by echool district No. 1, Casc:ade county, for the erection of . Igigh school. 'the bonds were issued by the board, nrld after being sold to, bu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAIiY. WEWKKLY. One seer......r.0 One yoar.......... 1.51 One month ........ . Thr,en mlthi.. .75 One week......... lu 1Singa le copy ........ r05 Unlessn I.ai in .aIverte trho daily will invarn. ably be 75 teei.t l,,r nmotOh, mad the wwIklly $2 per yenr, $1 for vix llrttle and 20.( oentH ['r month fr loan t thth n aix o ,,thy. Advortlelno ratne firninlIehl ron iItplitilnt. THI' Te '' I tl NMi l.tien xlG Inllnp'itilr for hI hind in cirllllti, ll. Aldvnrtl.ri r lr y hIav at. cese to its .bk at ayny< I fE ti. nubecribers donirin thleir addlres .hlan'Rnl mnht send their flrrller addlress an well as the now address: this ehonld be remombered. THE TIIIBUNE. Great Fallo. Mont. The Helena Stockman and Farmer has a lengthy editorial on "Weeds. How "to Kill Them." It does not refer to ex Mayor Weed. lie is killing himself by insisting that he is a republican and a silver man at the same time. This must ultimately result in suicide--that is, po litica...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

NEWS 0: Th I WEEK MatlurdI , Jluue a. William McQueen has been appointed justice of the peace for lielt township. William C. Lee has beRen appointed justice of the peace for Kibbey town ship. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. G(ilman Jay of the B. and M, addition, yesterday morn ing, a girl. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hay at their residence at Armington, on Mon day last, a son. Miss May McKenzie of this city is viciting her friends the Miesse McDlon ail at Armington. The case of Baum & Co. vs. W. White has been dismissed without prejudice in the district court. Joseph H. Johnson deeds to I. Mor- I risen lot 27, block 17, University addi tlon. Consideration, 8100. II. M. Payne has been appointed jus tice of the peace for Kibbey townsehip, vice Emanual Neble, resigned. The following are the ore shipments from Neihart for the last week: Broadl water, 13 cars; GaIlt, 1 car. Total, 1.1 cars. I". Stackhouse deeds to Joseph Schu Ir the east half orf ot 13:, block 1.1H, 'Foullrth addition to town...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

THE STATE RESTS Thl' Prosecution in the ('lrowe Mulrder Triial ('ontlhn le: I . ('1'e in ('hief and THE DEFENSE IS OUTLINED Vly Attorney L.artI nt-l - :r1ictl Ex perts T s'i.fy in Itch It ,t' the lIef 0llanit. in thi . ('r.1'' i ii u r' . r ' s ril.,t . 11 , 1ias iilt'' Ir:, -..it ,ir'in- 11, nlmtlh of M . a r , h .l. III' t r- k : ,r a n 1 . , C i o h , s p i - ihlr .;,i.l s ','al; i., illlil l i\ 1111;, , 11 b i did th li ýI ii ., I 'i'.I ii s i' :i i i ll ll' ,, hi h, . ,.I· puill ihrtXuii i h thin. \'l,'l' ( 'r'xi'- ,,t' i "1 ,',,' sVi I h,'' Wls . t sh, ill . rl'f I , I. 1,r h ,' <h ), it in it i l 11 , d . \ ' hII I I I' ll ti it \1 ._ 1111 h t . ii, • "1, , h '. i t i , I.l' . th I I.' \'. I ).f , 11 : ;', Ii, .lll . ,, I,~1 ' Irl:l\ III- ,iil i n " 1Ii i ~ ii tip t '' 1 i It II i l'r '' illt Si ' I , I i .i . l l l 'i i I i. i ii t ii.i , . , ,' h ,i I · ' , -,'' , XXii i', ii.X t I i 'i I li 'it th a · < I il t' l I Iu;.i u'"It ,' 1 ( 1 (~"1 , thnin" It o.-nii ih l n ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

0i' That medical experts are still debating the question as to whether a man sleeps better lying on the right side or on the left side; but we could never understand why a man who is on the RIGHT SIDE should LIE at all. If he does, -= then he may depend on it that he will sooner or latter find himself on the left side. It has always been or im in ertising not to LIE at all but to always havejust what we advertise without any extra olorin-ef sde. It ha always been our tim in ad "'"° ý _ýnsam_ ý, ý ýýý_ T i ýr-rr .ýnw+rw r: :rn~uny extra o r .. - _ ciron -I.5 b.i·l l/ J e ts ilk Waists and Black Skirts re the propcr things. We have a big; as-;,:tnmcnt of both in ready car garments. Of course you know that in Silks and Dress Goods deiglh keeps the best and largest and newest assortment. \We .e about 20 pieces of Wash Ki Kia .ilsa in stripes and plaids at cants yard. Corded Silks in elegant colorings 37/ cents, ,,ivel Silks in large variety of patterns and colorings 27/ cents, More Silk...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 June 1895

Ii Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. a; si r tit o IBb Baking~ .r Powder tl ABSOUhrELY PURE J THE DEFENDANT In tile Crowe Mlnrder Trial Tells in the Distriet Court the Reason WHY HE KILLED JAMES MORGAN Arguments Were Given Wednesday, the County Attorney Opening for the State. When the listriet court con ened(Iys terday morning for the seventh day of the ('Crowe murdter trial. .Jiudwge enton ordereld thalt Ith fine of .410 flr contemlpt of ',ourt yest utay uassussed against _'Th nuuts I t illty bet rtemittetl. Trle defense called George II. _Cro.ne, defeuniaunt's fath'r, to prove the thtrae ter tf th, dtfendaltl t. Th e state intelr Is" i frelUte t oi ,jeotions to the linue of l jitl; lny offered. but they wetre over run 'd. The witness testified that the d. fndanlt. prior to cotning to Montlau, hail constantl. lived with his parents, texept for two or three months, when he was absent working. larry had always been a good Iboy and had I never beforl teen a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

SMont r GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. O)ILUI1[E XI. GREAT FALLS, iMONTANA, FIII)AY , . UN E 21, 195. aN I 1M I Ell ; Z;rr It is Perfectly Straight. hen We Say that it has few, if any equale, we ine eurselves strictly to the troth. personal inspection will convince even the fastlidious that our styles are correct, neat nobby. -, Good Straw IHat- 50c and 75c tter Straw liat- $1.00 and $1.50 MlEN'S FURNISHING( GOOD)8 e9 (,oate.. ..................SI00 and $1.50 ,er Bilts from .....................500 up ras Ties ................................ 20c ale Shirts. 2 celars............$100 and $1.25 rae Shirts, collar and cuffs attch 50c to *125 $7.00 rO HlIne Cheviot Suit is a dandy. cBlue Serge Snits, in sacks and frocks at $9.25 trermendona values. Satisfaction guaranteed money refunded. KAUFMAN, 218 C.NTIRAL AVIENUE. BUTH OF JULY IN THIS CITY , tlwvdencu )lay Is to Be (' Clebrated \With All l)Due P'imnp and Enthusiasm. ar Having and .l ".t Itwing sat tihe '1Track-- 3Mniic and Sllprts at h...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

SOME HOT SHOT Poured by Senator Morgan, in a Let ter to the lMemphis Silver Convention, Into A MUGWUMP ADMINISTRATION The President Must Not Pass the ThIrehold of Democracy Bear ing False Colorn. MrEm int, June 11 .\ At the session of the silver conention last night a letter from Setnator .1John T. Morgan of Ala bhanm was prisented, but was not read on account of a press of business. In it the Senator says: "This con\vention at Melmphis is a natural, if not necessary, .esult of the peculiar meeting recently eltl unlder the patronage and allpproval of our democratic administration. and your nmeting will be a protest against the platform adopted under such aus pices in hostility to t the established creed of the detnmocratic party. It should he considere, l a just reproach to the old fashioned Jackson democrat to go out side of his party to find a new creed as to gold and silver or to defend our time honored and time proven doctrine as to tthese ntals, but when the president passes th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

IN CONVOCATION The Protestant Episcopalians Meet inl Their Fifteenth Annual Con. vocation. BISHOP BREWER'S ADDRESS The Year That Is Past has Shown Most Encouraging Growth in the Church. The Episcopal convocation of Mon tana opened with morning prayer and sermon at the church of the Incarna tion Sunday at 11 a. m. There was a generous attendance at the first religious session, every seat being taken. After the service of ritual the Rev. John F. Pritchard of Livingston gave the sermon and this was followed by the holy comn munion. The Rev. Pritchard used for his text Hebrew vii, 15: "And it is yet far more evident: for that after the sia ilitude of Melchisedec there ariseth an other priest." The discourse first ;0 rected attention to the circumstance that as Melchisedec, the Arab king, rose to worship the true God from influences that directed him otherwise, so Christ came, not from a priestly family, but from parents and a community not versed in the law. Melchisrdec rose above the p...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DaILY. WILILY. One year .......... 8.00 I One year..........$1.50 lii months........ 4.(0 ii luonthe ....... 1.00 One month........ 'Three mouths..... .75 One week ......... .5 Singlecopy....... .05 Uu!ote vtid in ardvann tihe daily will invarl ably b, 7t c7tR p.er ,n utht, and th. weekly $2 per ryor $1 for o .i monthn and 20 eute per tllttth ftor lne than zci iU nt .s i Tloortthi I t 0t on r:1 i1. 1 tot 1 at;itrtion. i'[ . Lh~tit. ;i a t .tiv t i ' rn tar he S uit i' t i l. tri'', ti t dlo. lo Jhat. - ' I Cr i, o to- w . .. t o, , to coilrs as lthelm 4 I 444~ 44' 44~4' '4 4444.4 4i44~ 444 4444, 4444444444 144' 44444,4 4,4444' 4.4X'4 "4 444444 44 ',44,.4'4 444444 1144.1' 444 *'' 41 i44,44444'44444444i4'444 4444444 4 444 444ii 44. 4444444 4i441t 444444 .444444 '.444 4444' 4444.4 44444.' I. M44'444444144 444444 M444i4.'!i .V N i-Itt 4444 444i41444i44'4'44. 144 4444 444i14444444'4 4 4i444 ti44' M44444444444:444 44 4414 44 4144' 'ii 444 4.4444. liv 444444' '44 444444...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK Satllrday, Junle 15. The following care of ore were shipped from the Neihart mines the last week: Broadwater, 9; Galt, 2; Florence, 1. J. H. Johnson has contract ,d to sell to Frederick Edmunds and John Feiden, for a consideration of 82,000, lots 1 to 11 and 22 to 32, block 4, Universily addition. The Realty company of Kittery, Me., has brought suit against Angus Beaton ot al. to foreclose a mortgasg for E137 on lot 1, block 12, Bilack Eagle Falls addi tion. John S. Tweed, char',,gd with baiing dtrunk and dit ,rderly, was yrast.rday yankld up with a short turn by Judger lHawkins and a fine of e10.25 imposed o1 him. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1B. McCarthy of West Superior arrived here yesterday morning and are visiting at the residence of Ed O'Reilly. Mrs. McCarthy is a sister of Mrs. O'Reilly. The Ruv. T. E. Dickey and wife of Kalispell are expected in Great Falls to day. They will spend a week visiting their son, Henry Dickey, of the North. western National bank. The members ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

CLEARER VISION The Adlministration Is at Last Will ing to Acknowledge the Strength OF FREE SILVER DEMOCRATS Now Engaged in a Scheme by Which It Hopes to Capture the Con vention. W.asH1moTON, June 15,--t is an nounced sub rosa that President Cleve land and William C. Whitney, who have "drifted apart" since the days of Cleve land's first administration, when the New Yorker was a trusted adviser in the cabinet, are soon to have a meeting at Gray Gables. Shrewd Dan Lamont has arranged it carefully, bringing about a reconciliation in his tactful way, and the conference is assured. it will be a most important meeting, and great results may flow from it. A definite pronounce ment by the administration in favor of international bimetallism may be one of them. Under Mr. Wnitzey's advice President Cleveland is likely to ask congress when next it meets to issue invitations for a great international bi metallic conference to be held in America at some time during 180~. Another result may be han...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

ONG THE WORKINGMEN ners' Union Day-Why and How It Was Generally Celebrated ill Montana. ttl'rs of Interest Regardine the Labor Organizations in Great Falls. Thursday was a redletter day among miners in Montana. In every city d hamlet where a miners' union exists day was properly celebrated. It was seventeenth anniversary of the organ tion of the Butte Miners' union. At itte occurred the unveiling of the mon zent erected to the memory of Aaron I Witter, first president of the organi lion. Many prominent laboring men that city spoke befitting tributes to I departed leader. It was through ,efforts of Mr. Witter that the Butte ners became organized to battle against corporations that were at that time sparing to reduce wages to a point are men could not live with a degree respectability. This organization has )wn in numbers and strength and is mainstay of the labor anions of Sil Bow county. It has erected in Butte own building and has quarters equal that of any labor body in the western...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 June 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. Powder AB.SOH3 RELY PURE THE REASON WHY G(eorge Fitterer of Helena Ended His Life With a Dose of ('old Poist il. BECAUSE KATIE GOT DRUNK tOther Doings of More or Lees Interest That Happened at the Capital. Special to The Tribune. hELENAt. .Jtint- Is.-The- inullst 'lI George Fittterr, the man who took a big dose of chlort,'lfrn yesterday, was held this morningI at the mtorgut in the nourt house, C((oronter Pleasauts conduct ing the exattiuattion. TIhe first witness was Dr. W. C. Riddell who told of his being summonied to the city hall abo ut 1:30 yesterday afternton: his findintg a mlan tlhre evidently solltrinit Iroul chloroformn poisoning. l1t, at once- nd ministerett an (t'otit 11 l,oder.l ically and g'ave it tdos' tf atryh,:ine. Th' - ran stnt Vt' lited. -tl t-loea in t i i sto u lllnd thlll wi\ I li' iltii (t lll' itll t :i I t' llti'ttili, then tt lii- ,f ito ti mItt me' s. etn n itioni in wih I' he rentaint t manil ...

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