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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

NEWS OF TIlE WEEK Saturday. Aug. 10. John Judy returned yesterday to his home, Hillsboro, Mo. ,Mrs. Henry Surprenant has gone to Anaconda for a visit with relatives. Born, to Attorney and Mrs. George W. Taylor, at 5 p. m. August 8, a fine 1H pound daughter. John J. Coleman and family of Belt left yesterday for Butte, where they will reside in the future. Mr, and Mrs. J. C. E. Barker have re turned from a visit of several weeks at White Sulphur Springs. J,. W. Keete was yesterday sentenced to six days in the city jail on a charge of vagrancy by Judge Hawkins. Mrs. William Williams and children and Mrs. N. G. Bonesteele are visiting at the old Williams' ranch near Wolf creek. Frank W. Cochran has gone to Ana. conda, where he will ride in several races during the meeting which begins Mon day. William Williams has gone to Ana conda with his string of trotters, and ex pects to be absent until after the Helena races. The Mihaes Duff, Trigg and Fannie Cockrill and Messrs. Ridgley and Bruce...

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. — 16 August 1895

DET'ROIT THERE United States Navy lI)partment Or ders a War Vessel to the Scene of THE CHINESE MASSACRE Of American anll English Missionaries --Foreigners in China Blame (hina and America Alike. W.~olIINxr;roN, Aug. 12,-Acting See retary Ady of the state department to dJay scanned the Associated Press cable from Tien Tein and said that nothing of the kind had been received at the de partment. lie furnished the following statement: "TIe state department has received a reply from Minister Denby to the instructions cabled him on the 7th inst. :elative to the reported looting of An.arwman rmissionary property at Young .Fuh.l near 'uoo Chow. De.)nby urgently repr':.-nted the facts to Yamen on the IUtl, aned obtaiied an instrut promise of irotuctlon and redress." Youn.,g luh i3 believed by the depart nmeet to be the same as Lung Fuh and .In : iok tmentied in trol press tele grasue. variat;ei in tle names being loubtless liue to rrolneous transmission over th!e traLr Siberian cable, in cou...

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. — 16 August 1895

AT B, & M. SMELTER AND DAM important Additions and Imlrove. nents to the Smelter Plant Are llnder Way. Adlition to the Power HIouse -0x 100 --A New Boarding House Ileing Constructed. ''The Boston & Montana't sniiliti.r plhti irtsetsNH II IhuY ial1 n(lorallgilug NscetI these dL'ays. A 'tlii tN C retporr ei l:at priseit at Ii o'clok Fritldiay whev . the shifts 'hanged and watehed th, dinner Ipil blrigade whicth does so mtih tl ulp pilt (.rtnt F'lls, tand i ertainily it gave no hint of hard timieN. The plant it; run n 'ing t iit full eapaC ity, tlhi prtduliton, f ippelr being tl ltitr than i ( ier ti; l ih'1 palyroll thiH mr i)th s\ill IL. t.I silr ubtly larger thll usual. T'l'it is 'aJ1d in part l oy br t'isidterahl tuli ti,4.:l forct on ut utusi in-at ,hi ler t li ,htii , Whb ian . to hait tlh, ill utukini ,it t li slutit furnurit . In 1he p ini its : littl to it rtasing it: e!liti,,ry . 'I It Jilh n inl pu rl well u lti .er wt, i - , I;uli: tiitiul I. nl ti IH e 'i l \ ur I ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. P , Powder ASOLTY P ABOUT THE CITY FINANCES An Analysis of the Condition of the Various City Funds Under the New Levy. The City Fathers Will Have a Diffi cult Task to Make Both Ends 31eet This Year. At the last meeting of the city coun cil an ordinance was passed, which is published in another column of this issue of Tu': TIImuL.E, distributing the levy of 10 mills, made on the assessed valuation of this city, to the various funds. The city clerk made an estimate to guide the council, showing the sums required in each department for the coming year. Ilis ligures were based on the cost of the several departments for the last year, where no more definite means of estimating the sums required could be obtained. In estimating the sum which will be produced by the levy the round figures of $6,000,000 have been taken as the valuation of the city. It is probably a little high. The exact figures of the city valuation exclusive o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

uo. Y "- GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , AUG UST 23, 1895. KUMBER 1 5 I. KAUFMAN, THE... MEN'S OUTFITTER While in New York I bought a stock of Winter Under wear from a mill that failed, and as these goods are com ing in every day, and we haven't room for them, we have started an ADVANCE SALE - Of Ileavy Winter Underwear at One-Half Actual Value. We guarantee this as adver tised or your money back. M. -Kaufman. RUN OVERBY THE STREET CARS City Marshal 4'. P. i)owning Meets With i Serisu Aeeident Last Night. His Right Leg Broken Near the Thigh and He Is Otherwise hirniwed a4nd Hiurt. A serious accident occurred last night about 8 o'clock to Marshal I)owning of this city, and one which migdit well hate beer, fatal. T'ie marshal, together with Sergeant Wordrup and OSlear \'oell, started to go from lohnnon's beer hall to the Casino diagonally across the street. When they were near the street car track an amateur on a bicycle came down the street at a ...

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. — 23 August 1895

HASTEN SLOWLY Silver Democrats, in Conference at Washington. Will Not Appoint a National Committee UNTIL MORE FULLY ADVISED Of the Situation in Not Only the States Represented, but in All States. WASHIN(oTON, Aug. 1t;.-The executive committee appointed by the democratic eilver conference to effect a permanent organization today, decided not to at tempt to complete the national commit tee for the present. The postponement was rendered necessary by the fact that the committee has received the names of proper men for the national commit tee from only the states represented at the conference. They conrider it desir able, that the best advice possibleshould be had in the selection of the committee. and after distributing the work of ob taining the necessary information among the membets, adjourned subject to the call of the chaiamnan. Col. Young said today, it was the purpose of the execu tive committee. to complete the national organization as soon as practicable. It is probable the mee...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING Teamsters Protest Against the Street Railway Being Employed to Haul Sand for Central Avenue Paving-VFogel Al lowed an Estimate--May Be gin the Next Block. The city council met in regular ses sion Monday, all aldermen being pres ont. In the absence of Mayor Webster, who'is out of the city, President Mitchell presided. The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephne company requested permission to place poles and wires along Fifteenth street north from Ninth avenue to the bridge, in order to connect with the line across the river. Referred. Residents in the vicinity Ipetitio,ned for the extension of the water mains along Fifth avenue north from Four. teenth to Twentieth strie-ts, claii ing that there were twelve houses inl this distance unsupplied with water. Alder. man Young said that 1hi dlid nii i-,li ;-(i there were twelve houses in thi dic-laini named. Referred. A commulnl ication frontll iia ltllller' or the teamsters of the city was riad. It slated that the Great Fall...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WfEWLY. One year...... .... 8.00 One ear.......... $1.0 iix month........ I. x moths....... 1.00 One month........ 7.5 Threemontlh..... .75 One week ......... .25 Single copy....... .05 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably he 75 eeiets per month. and the weekly r2 per year, $1 for six moanths and 20cents per month for lea tihan six uwonthe. Advertisiln rates furnished on application. 'I'TtY. T'ti'NY leaven all conlpetitors far be hind in circulation. Advertisera may have ac sese to its bol.ks at any time, .anbcrlbhers dosiring their address (hanged must snrd their former address as well as the new address; this should he remembered. THE THIBUNE. (reat Falls. lMnt. It is with regrot that Tilrr. TItrILNE publishes a notice of an accrd,,nt that happened to Maj. Maginnis Sunday. The major is one of the best known and most respected citizens of the state, and it is sincerely to be ioped that his in juries are nrot so serious as s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

NEWS OF2!J WEEK NNaturdy. Aug. 17. Mrs. Frank F. Gale has returned from her visit to Fargo. 1]. 13. Judd returned yesterday from a pleasant hunting and fishing trip. Walter S. Clark of Choteau is in the :ity on his return from the Yellowstone National park. The Choteau baseball team will prob dbly play the Great Falls nine here Sun lay, August 25. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Brown returned oesterday from a visit of two mouths in )hio and Ontario. Laura 8. Murphy has brought suit iainUst John Hayelett (')Dirty John") to oreclose a mortgage for $12'5. The freight on coal shipped to lreat 'tlls alone from Sand Coulee luring the ast month amounted to $13,777. C. T. Wernecke, formerly of this city, aow of Columbia Faalls, has just returned r..r Alaska, where he has been buying UrF6. Mlies Kathryn Miller of Great Falls has been chosen teacher of the IBarker echoeol for the next term, beginning Sep itombor 2. Ilenry lBehrens convoey to John W. 'Alders, for a consideiration of 8175, a hor.e, buckboa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

DENVER HORROR Midnighlt Explosion in a Large Ilotel Followed by Many Fatalities. PARTIAL LIST OF THE VICTIMS A Drunnken Engineer M~npjoled to Hatlve Been the Cause of the J)iyaste'r. I)rNvr:F:, Aug. 1i'. -The Uumry hotrl was wrecked by an explosion soon after midnight. Buried in the ruins are many guests and remployes whrse bodioe must have boeen wholly or partially cremated. It inimpoessiblr to give a list of the dead or evenr arn approximate inubr ter. O)ut of inl or more lrpeopl, in the hotel when the explosion ocr:r:llrred.l sr'rorre worrr got out safe.ly. 'JjnThrre were renuner with more or n ern : .eriool iurjutiSr arolnd the ther:, are I, ' u r.uestinably lyin.g ,It'; . . i ~, r ; t I I h , ; , h - + , ,t 1 4 r s : 1. tr n theI I r, , ,' l I l, . ''11 " ',r l ;llh II . ; l l ; , I . . ni ' f . 1r i I.' r',;'r r (144J + r'., tin , , . n/,b .'"t . (' Cr U. mb , rtrnrt ( . (,rn inr'r r. , i '.f nI,. 55n~, : 'I,"1 1 mi m I ',' k. k ,II. "!' , .r r l. l I'' thIe h,1 ,,ot If tIh ,l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

IT IS TOO RAPID iglogeMlAnlln Sibley inliignantly lie. nies the Rleporit that the Silver Sentiment I Waning. FASTER THAN ORGANIZATION Ifp Ite Friends I the Spread of Mil. ver Iiontrine - Pefllr in Loyal. I)rI;NVrrt, Aug. 17.-A special to the Tinres today from Washington saye: Hibley, candidate for presideont, has ar rived hero on route home from North Carolina. lie indignantly dnnollncod the etatement that the sentiment ex pressed in the Ilirnotallic Inaguo's plat form is dying iout. "If there isH anyth ing the matter," he said, "it is growi.g ioo fast. It is growing faster than weI can organicil. I'eopl? have tlhn Idul cteid sulliciently to make the co iuntry o)ver wh1lmingly for th fro coir iage of nil vr at Il; to I What ii holl iii in orgln'za tion. I um H.atialivd that if we oonb i get a vote dliritly on that iuihoi, '.vwithoiut reference to anything; tle, wv IIIil carry bath New Yi 06: and I'erivn h +mia for free ilveor by a lar', - Jiirl "ii . gIy will limalit, aI few rp i.hl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 August 1895

EIGHT MEN DEAD As the Result of the Explosion of a Furnace in the Carnegie Steel Works. AN EQUAL NUMBER INJURED Gas Accumulated in the Bell of the Furnace and Ignited When Exposed. PITTSBURG, Aug. 20.-An explosion at t furnace H of the Carnegie Steel com- t pany at Braddock at i o'clock this " morning killed six men, injured three f seriously, burned fifteen more, and de- t stroyed $30,000 worth of property. The [ names of the killed are Steve iHavoela, I Joseph Tuckay, Joseph Copp, John Meka, John Pookohovie, John Grucha., All the killed and injured were Hun- t garians except James lHarrison, the fore. man. t The explosion was due to a "hang" in " the furnace which suddenly loosened r and dropped into the molten meta C below, geonrating immense quantities of v gas so suddenly that it could not escape by the or.linary means. A few minutes t before the explosion one of the top till ers dumped a barr,,w of material in the bell of the furnace, which he had for gotten to raise. This clo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

Kant GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME- X. (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, -RII). , a 'l-ST .30, 18-. N i:..E. ... I....... M. KAUFMAN, THE... MEN'S OUTFITTER While in New York I bought a stock of Winter Under wear from a mill that failed, and as these goods are com ing in every day, and we haven't room for them, we have started an ADVANCE SALE -M Of Heavy Wiutcr Underwcear at One--lIalf Actual Wc gItira.te: thi- a : r tised or ywir no,;,y u ,. THE RUNBLIIG OF THE SAILS T'hl Cattle Sllilpo ntll s Now Well ('on mltred Ilur' ýhilld I p to liae Nuither 21 7. of t. IP ul i" Alpoint. d 1'!;;,-. ('h-rk. I1 lthi I M itt;.' ientrd i, n vow," well t:en r way. .\ rain of ti lrly ti rtei t citr, heiad with ,uttli twl',,n.ig to lirmweter ai Iluntie r. lift iS:; il;ljy vci.iirdlay, idO eiglitev care of luttiol.ni ,iii) to tiie samtili p tieS s lef Irt froiil the Silllla ' sta tion the I l; fi'ore ylstrlly. i p to date '"l C,ý ary f !- et, hivebe, , lo a1; edt I and shilpi .I) th -i t : ")It tart t;;( !i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

AFTERMANYDIAYS The French Republic Grants Permis. sion to American Represent atives TO VISIT EX-CONSUL WALLER Commander Price of the Navy Tells Why lie Did Not Salute the French Flag. WASnINuTO'r, Aug. '23--The state de partment has received a dispatch from from Paris stating that Ambassador Euse tis,upon the return of the French minister of foreign affairs to Paris, has come to an understanding with him regarding the deeignation of deputies to be sent to Charlevoid to see ex-United States con sul Waller, contined under 20 years' sen tence. Second Srcretar: of the Unitb.d States Legatiun Newton B. E stis and Mr. Alexander. counsel of the ambassa dor, have been selIcted by the amtbassa dor and they started this mourni-g. TIh.. Sailor Wv:,. Rtihst. WA-~1lsl TOr, Aug. 23.--The navy do partmient I al b.en informed by Corn mander Price' of his acti;on in not salul ing the Flrclih tl; ig at Taumatave. lis course me':ts '.t til a leroval of the department. T1,iatave i Leoota French port. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

CASCADE COUNTY TEACHiRS The Program for the Institute, to Be Held Next Week in This City, Issued. State Superintendent Steere and Presi dent Craig of the State Uni versity Will Attend. The program for the Cascade County Teachers' Institute, to be held in Great Falls, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 3, 4, 5 and 0, was is sued yesterday. Two rooms have been secured in the Whittier school building, at the corner of Third avonue north and Eighth street, andt in these the morning and afternoon sessions will be held. The evening sessions will be held in the court room in the county building, cor nor of First avenue north and Third street. This institute will probably be the most entertaining and successful of all over held in Cascade county, lion. 15. A. Steere, the state superin tendent of public instruction, and Dr. Oscar J. Craig, the president of the state university at MLeinoula, will hb present and will purlticilate, anti, in ad dition to the teachers of the city, a a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WEHKLY. Ot, il...t......h..... . . .., wnrr .k .......... .r, 1 in, gle or pty... ...... .05 i nl,,.. I. i. n.,va re t t, dai il , will in.ari 1 i.ri " ýýýri ,ii .1 Irl · u It"j I l 2 I t!.""'- ' , a ill ill Ii . " i iE . 11:I l " k t i. r i , l, ,,nt. ne:w .unb(,at. of tlh I'nit L, States navy, it havirg Ltc",, "'hli,; te t. d y s't( nrday by T[it ito 'ti iihq lav talo'n the hirt "Ir,l t., .i.ut', i in a.lrnest to rai.., thi t r :,y n 1I. tt !ti:1in the WV ei-Ia).an i11. t-t, .,i lt ,,t t'ity h th g 'tti\ it out f ."1. ?tt :h ,:h . i"- Ftr',lu) t1 4hit o nt u:. i : r:., ,,;: i to, b;:lie o tto ri (. .liii 'iv , t ,,, t T,. F i .I0, "Y.t ; ,ý i `..t. t rto. I tI t ti otli o ',, or 't att.aut thu itte . ]" :,- i r ti t . autr i, ia tttt i't .11'1. 1 |>.,! (, ,, 1 i . 1 o,. ailiot 80t tot b il t tt H't': ,1 ' 1t''i t t t ' e adI ' to (.apturt " an.: " acc 't trdng to o ther .lt - to,'|' T'- t 'i ,- tho rool, i L Mou tit a fur i. t ', " ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

SNEWS _ =lj W1EEK Sat, ltr.y. Aug. 24. Eleven lidiom and two gentlrnmon yes. terday took the exiamination for appli cants for teachers' certilica C., Mliss Eva IL. Conner will roturn in a day or two from a throo-m.nithe' visit to Iowa, MinnUapolis, Pittaburg, and: We-td Virginia pointe. The telephone line hetween Gilt I(lan and Lowietown has botn citpl,,trld aind {ireat Falls people can clnmulliuato with the new mining camp over the wire. The highest rice received] for Mon iana cattle at the Chicago markot was that paid to Simon 1lepin last week. The cattle averaged nearly 1,0,r) Iirpoundl; and brought 5.10. dGlasgow lecorid. Hlowell llarrie, a prominent utockman of Lethbridge, is at the 1'iii. Mrs. P. Kelly and children hlift yestir day for St. Paul, where they will visit relatives and frirnds for a f. weeltks. Antonia ~llarnn i i la h l t' ..h nlh -itefaui a framn dclw llin , . 2 iii L-ittle Milwiauken;"'rin didlr;iiti -i . In tle unit of li "irni N;tii.nr i an f G(reat Fiall in. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

AT THE MECCA The Hub of the I'nivtrse Is Now Alive With Visiting Knight Templars AT THE TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE "In lnt Signo Vintce" Is the All Conquering Motto In the Bay State. B:,ro, , Aug. 2i.---An army of 40,C., Knights captured Bloston today, the Twenty-sixth triennial conclave of the grand encaupmeut of Knights Templar of the I nite.t States having assembled. Kiriagitd and ladies frim every section of the 1united States ant visitors from every nook and corner of New England have been plouring into tihe city today by tlhcusac.ds. A hundlred cominanderies, in icud-g some ; ).0 Sir Knights, arrived helt.re r:ldninhit. Tonight lifty more .1-lh c.ttions will arrive. Among the del -giattl no 0hich coll in today was the )i:iarl cUJIctar. lery of Californi,. Th. :"i!r,,a.ls expect to I)ling in over 25t0,001) peole before the parade starts tomor row. In connection with the conclave will ibe helt tilc- sscions of the supreme boidy of the Ordcr of Eastern Star, the ladies' a :;ex to Kraight...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

TOPS GAMBLING Idge Gibbons of Chicago Enjoins the C'hi.ago Fair Grounds Associa tion, Holding That IS A PUBLIC NUISANCE actically Is a Perpetual Injunction Against the Harlem Track--Rac ing Will Continue. CmCAOo, Aug. 2t.- Judge Gibbons day decided he would not dissolve the junction issued against the Chicago air Grounds association upon the up ication of the civic federation through ttorney General Maloney. The court IId that as a corporation is an artificial log, the court of chiancery hias juris Iction to enjoin the commision of a uhlc nuisance. The opinion practi ally resulte in a perpetual injunction aizust the Hiarlemn race track. lIarlienm Ticiale declare they will open the tra:lk ext Monday and race au usual. 'lTeito nction, they say, refeur only to c.!nmb og and they will allow no gambihli. INITEII .TATI*S 4o.f'l T. ~t~ i.ot" ,=.v ehi . . . ,-a ..... , ., D. i I o.WXE:4 0l' Cie,ýiuu,. i o i p.acial to I he Trilbu , Ih(ll.I.N,, Aug. 21.- In th| Ii-,(lI tates court this morni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 August 1895

THE LABOR DAY CELEBRATION The Committee Iac the Progranl Nearly (omplett d-- The New Pavilion Will IBc I'ell For a Danice in ti'e Al'ternoeon and Evening The Line of March to the Park. From Wednesday's Dailr. Last night the committee of the vari ous unions having charge of the pro gram for Labor day, which occurs Sept. 2, met at the Trades Council hall to com plete their task of preparing a program for that occasion. The work is nearly finished, but as the committee havy sev eral changes to make in the list of sports and several additional attractions to arrange for, they were not prepared to give out tne complete program for pub lication. Another meeting will be held Thursday evening at which the com pleted list will be adopted. The general outline of the events of the day has, however, been decided on and is about as follows: The celebration will be opened by a grand parade with all the labor unions in line, occupilng the same positions in the line ae they tid last )ear. 'They wil...

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