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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 January 1891

1out y gr, The Semi-Weekly Tribune. OIUME VIII.--NUMR BER 42. (fl In '42, G . ALS, MOuNTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1891. PIILCE F}IV' CENT: A A ki Boot & Shoe k DEPARTMENT. 91 ts ne of a shoe or boot is largely by the wear you can get out di there is something else to h red. If that were the only e with iron heels and soles t made, but durability is only ti he qualities to be borne in e n ill fitting shoe is an nstro ture and a shoe which does d well is an eye sore. Get a will protect and aid the foot t, being a detriment to it. You SI be deceived, but that will be e have been unwise in your a place for purchasing. no risk if you make a t list of shoes: t< tly hand sewed French Calf y hand sewed Kangaroo Kid .50. lotly hand sewed French Calf, akenhphast last, at $1.00, edyear Walt. can be half-soled and are equally as comfortable, at $5.00. dyear Welt, tine American Calf, 0. $4.00, Is Amerlcan Calt, machine sewed e Buff Lealher, machlne sewed, ,$2.50. the above line,...

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. — 28 January 1891

I'. F AA.LL S I) I C ll I-IULEL rH'l RIIIIINE PUB'ISHING CUMPANI. Itn leea ou r· il Cýý. AUBSCHIPTION RATES. lr . IIt n b.Crlptons .u ,It be paid in .nlav ce I C .,C-tf. h.lS I. 1 C1 i ,C1C " . 't C CI .t a " T 1 1 L to 1 h).fat ·l ) II ',Ctl CCCIp ll l bty IC $1.11 111a ,I.. lt,. " 5.l', l 1C5I. ir.C C ilC y tit'|l+,lb II.dti Ise w, k. ,) arrer. Si N . e py, ... Ali cit) y ,nlI-rlst., t, L atlv dolll aPves by carriet be \Stvrtl'lC r'CC.t PN furiC hd oIn . plCliCC oItI be 'he CIirrcCllflOn of tilel Iribtnne in C1,herl Mr ICoI" S, ICCICCI ' n C'. I. t a C P S t C o ve Cts s ..,l'N,"'ll.Cer, C h ClrinC C th idir l.Idr Ie t chr ueC ltlgt no nd ,their Iorael..I alddressh; t hlis Chould C UI Ilddr .M. Ii' n' Lt IsBLlalsE NO CCt PFAMtO - 1 NO. 3626. tb FIRS'T ATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. it Authorized Cavital, $.oo,ooo.o I'aid'Up Capital. $250,000. 1b OFFICERS' an T. :E. COLI . NS . .. 're'Ci'ent tIli J T'. AH11110m,'N Vw , l're.inB Co A h... Ci 1(1211 11 CPashIler It. . 1AI'I'C.. SIN .. ...

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. — 28 January 1891

BY BURNS' ANI IVERSARY, otchmen of Great Falls do Honorn to the Memory of the Cotter King. RED AND FIFTY GUESTS PRESENT of Incorporation of the Gait I I Conmpany Have Been Filed. ltures a Verdict for $7,500 3 District Court Yesterday The Case Appealed. a hundred and fifty covers were last evening at the Park hotel at a banquet the Caledonians alls and their friends who had to do honor to the memory of a, the gentle cotter king, years ago, was born in "Cale and wild, meet nurse for a guests began to arrive and the banquetint hall wee as erv available seat was oc r a chanracteristic Scotch t Burns loved so well, the the evening, Judge Race, to the point explained that t to pay tribute to the genius 4 shable memory of Robert ter responded to the tolstof d Commerce," and paid a ml.liment to the Scottish 1 helped to achieve the won which Great Falls has ac Next on the programme c olpal toast of the evening, I e." TMis was responded to e Baum, who, in polished and t periods, spoke as foll...

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. — 28 January 1891

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY TI We offer the following inducements. This is to reduce our large stock prefer- Remember every Overcoat---except fur---and Suit goes at $15.00, no mat- ; ing to sacrifice in prices than carry the goods over until next season. what the former price was. t $15 $15 $15 BUY OF $15 $5 $15 `1W.ill buy for one Week any __Will Buy for One Week ay IL OVERCOAT in our Store *H ARRIS~ SUIT in our Store.l l' I his offer is made to reduce our stock and it \ill pay any per-Everything goes for this week. So do son \\who will need a coat next season to huv it now\ and save money. THE Nothing held back. Everything goes for this week. So do CLOTHIER. not delay your buying until these bargains are gone. I TIhe above Offers will only hold for - one w.eek and will end on SAT URDAY,-, ~.$15 Positively Nothing Charged I 1 JANUARY 31, 1891. - =-E zgrcz TS . _ -__- -_--- .,.f lz I._... r_ . ...... . .. . .. _... . ._L ... . e._. ._________ BOADA OF TRADE MEETING. A La.re Aft. tendae iof . ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 January 1891

ie1 114i ..e1111" Iy OG rY, 1 IunEi, fITME VIII.--NUMBER 43. G(EAT FAITLS, MON'ANA. SATURDAY MORNING, IANUARY .I t 1:It, 189,1. I1'I1 F, g,. . . . .... . . _% 2T.2 _ _--= =--.2 - --_ 2. _. ---z-__ . -. ..... 2 - ----_ ... . . -_ _- 2% -- -2- --.L 2._2 _ % --__. . .2.. _... . .... . - . .. 111 Knew that he was Doing a he Drew This Bye. be more pleasing to the t fect fitting, stylish suit? ? invest in anything that t better? If you won't tter from an artistic a ,look at it from a business a IHow can you make a good men you have business if your clothes look as a ere made for somebody especially careful about I uring a good fit. Our by experienced buy reference to the cut of I well as the workman goods. When you se our stock you can feel Is made as well as it is tailors to make it and r garment will wear and s well as a suit made C SiDepartment, nexed a tailoring depart usiness this year. That ndreds of different sam ads of Imported and Do- I , Cheviots and Cassi. largetailoring establ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 January 1891

GiREAT FALLS 'ItRIBUNE. p at.l|ul DATl otlND *lrMI WEELr THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. lIn I 1xmar PoltATED re SUBSCRIPTION RATES. il ilt tl,.rripion llletut he d aid in i dve nce. tI tn.L . macc -WcIcC K.lc Ii ll as ar. bJ) ruail. 1oa1 l InP ytfer, by mal.il, $1.00 II mon " r, "rrieiU OilTu months " for OI1e Ill1 h[ tl I 'l 'h 1( ln1, 11111,)" ,11 Ifor iine week, I)c carrrI .c:: Single v). ..... i AtI ectty .t.rlribho hto ailvctdelivr.e i by carrier ri must ed thcir for.uor addrcnc this shounld be rcnc.cnbairnd. tddr,+f :Il In x |UBi LI lNING ('OMPATl 1t, g'oait FalIc. M~ntIa. a,,1nn( pet NO..i 3526. het FIRST NATIONAL BANK g OF GREAT FALLS. r Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. lr Paid-Up Capital. $250,(KK). I OFFIOERB'l1 T. E. COttlINS ..... .. . 'rneident slay J. T. A ltMINIITr IN .. Vice l'.ident l i t A. E. DItiKEItIAN . I ashl.er i H. H. MATrI I- N.. 0id. (t'alhior M DIRECTORS: vi P~i.^| , ,+t ~'i,- nIt. V , rc CATCiIIAY. JANY.11tY cc. cl1i4. Till' II lif 1 c Of l. A- iencral b...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 January 1891

AIABY WINDOM UDAD, rops Dead at the New York Board of Trade and Transportation 3anqnet. DUEN AND SHOCKING EVENT nquet Immediately Adjourns r the News of His Death ,.Was Received. Almost as Great a Shock as Shooting of President GarBfeld. oit, Jao. 2t.-Secretary Win ped dead here tonight at Del OKi, JRa. 29.-lust as Secretary concluded his speech at the trade dinner tonight he grew e, his eyes shut and opened ily and he fell inert on his neeshe slipped to the floor, Py unconscious. The most in ment ensued. Judge Arnoux, Bayard and Captain Snow of several who ran to his qad him apparently uucon ifted him gently and car an ante-room, where sever a proceeded at once to his N, Jan. 29.-William Win n in ielmont county, Ohio, He received an academic ad studied law at Mount lo, and was admitted to the In 1852 he became prosecut for Knox county, but in 1855 Minnesota and soon after chosen to congress from republican, serving from In bat hody he served chairman of the committee sirs and also ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 January 1891

FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! We offer the following inducements. This is to reduce our large Remember every Overooat---except fur---and suit goes at stock prefering to sacrifice in prices than carry the $15.00, no matter what the former goods over until next season. price was. $15 $15 $15 oBUY $15 $15 $15 WILL BUY FOR ONE WEEK ANY A WILL BUY FOR ONE W=EK ANY EXCEPT FURI THE In our store. This offer is made to reduce our stock and it will CLOTHIER.elything goes for this week. So donot delay your buying until pa}y any person who will need a coat nest scason to eek d n a r bgn Thend ctbuy it now and save cy. t these bargains are gone. The above offers will only hold good for one week and will close POSITIVELY NOTHING CHARG on Saturday, January 31, 1891, E iD Tr IS \W EEK. A NEW GENERAL HOSPITAL, c tili bit VWork on the Excavation Will Begin Today in the illhak Eagle lei Falls Addition. se. THE STRUCTURE TO COST $10,000.' ali A Company of Great Falls P'hysiciauns i Have the Enterprise in ell Itan...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 February 1891

The Semi Weekly Tribune. E VIII.-NUMBER 42. _i;_ I 'ALL , M3ONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1891. 1'1IEC; F'I\ E CEN'L.. - -- - - ------- -- - - ---- - An ri What he was Doing r erw This Eye. pleasing to the gtting, stylish suit? in anything that er? If you won't from an artistic hi t it from a business e eon you make a good you have business nr clothes look as qi e for somebody gi ly careful about t ga good fit. Our G by experienced buy nee to the cut of sc as the workman- I1 When you se you can feel h, .aswellas it is el rs to make it and twill wear and at as a suit made CO 01 .,Department. o a tailoring depart. tills year. That p of different sam of Imported and Do- rC SChleviots and Cassi- t e tailoring establish t. We will take your ti y kind of a garment tr of "every day" pants for ft the finest fall dress it tbo latest fashion plates t beat of style at prices for , .18 to $40 and in pants at rantee a.Perfect tit nt the Workmanship Garment. samples for spring will e cho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 February 1891

6RE.XT FALLS TIRIBUNE. ?JIULll1191 DAILY AND grXII-WRIIILI Ai THE TRIBUNE PUBLISIING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. flIti dnheeriptkH.o Iunt be paid in HdHHHce C II i LT n IgF tI-Wn 1.7 Al to, b aInul.i.. II lUnIIIyhtHIII mail. 11111 monItlHH IIl11 HI In CtldmiheH l..1 tlae mo~uth, 1.14 1 rhrlw ""'utlln" I (U I lp« W wyk ny crrinr, .U. iuglle a.l,', ...... I All city . t1Icrl ddCrt t I llu Itiierrrl by byrrla Advertising ratvnr ury.. b rl on npplidation. L'ha rirealation of( the 1 rilln~r in t,rthorn Mo'Itapa is gnsrantwd rl rr' «=eul that of IL·yY PA. per pntlllahh·J in flhr state ,,IIIIIHHI IIHri'nH Ihir a.Ihdreas changnd monat yepd thesir formepr address; tbis should be ra~pembernd. Addm": '1'l111arNt PURWNRINO COIIPAR7, ;imat F.11., ytoptanH. NO .6aH2H. FIRST NATTIPAL BIANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, S I,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $250,00. OFFICOERS T. E. ('OIO,INRSA.... . ... PCHIideIH J. T. AHMII(I'I'IN ... ... .. Yico-'nmiden A. . IIHIIA. ...... .... hi H. t. MArrKESN(....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 February 1891

.OM'S MEMORY HONORED, mains Taken to Washington in a Special Car Yesterday Afternoon. ED BY PRESIDENT AND CABINET ry Windom's Death Specially Deplored by Newspaper Men. eral Arranged to take Place Monday--The Details are Not Yet Completed. oroN, Jan. 80.-The president hers of the cabinet assembled at more & Ohio railroad station moon at 4:15 o'clock for the of receiving the remains of Sec !:; Windom. The remains were an a special car attached to the in leaving Jersy City at 11:80 arriving in Washington at k. It arrived promptly on ?Was received by a most distin mblage, including nearly all public officials in Washington. divisions and branches of epartment were represented lpal officials anti many of Cad subordihate employes. mbled at the treasury de 8 o'clock and proceeded to station in a body. The presi consinted of the Preadent, ent Morton, Secretary and * Secretary Proctor, Postmas Wanamaker, Secretary Noble; ask, Gen. Schofield and Sol r.l Taft. The entire party, e presiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 February 1891

Overcoats! v .. . , G, 4 i HA~lS TRE . ~ ,ur n s daoi b ,a n y . r r 7,. your own ;as we are determined ,,not. to -Y:crr Pyl,. ,g'rr .. ...0N, Come early; u stock is getting very low and sizes broken., ::.' ,i -..~~~It ?'.. ... "ý ' ii. " '' ': . . ' ... ? I "' 4p" . i. ... :R ~'n~.:·'M EL NEWSY NIIIART NOTES, A Prosperous and Progresmive Mag d Camp Viblted by a "Tribune" Reporter. SECURI IIAILIOAD IfINT OF WAY.; Prospects that the Extenslon to Both d N#ehlt and Barker Will Begin Erly la the Spring. A Mention of Some of the Business Es tabllabments of the Camp-A Model Hotel. A Taronua representative paid a viit d to Neshart last week and pasa..4three days in that busy, prosperous camp. It wa his bl rilt i in Ave years and It Is needless to add that improvemeat and progress were noted on every hand. The change for the most art has taken plane In the peat year. Many new business. houses and residences have been erected and there has been a large addition to the population of the town....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 February 1891

The Semi-WeekI Tribune. [V fIII-- TUMBER 44. GREAl' FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORINING, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. PRICE FIVE CENT' ... . W. .. ......~-k l .... _ ........ he irs Doing This Bye. we pleasing to the fitting, stylish suit? vest in anyuthig that better? If you won't . from-an artistic at it from a business can you make a good yei have buainess clothes look as ao fo somebody ly carefl bshout ngagood fit. Our by experienced buy rece to the cut of well as the workman goods. When you sa5 our steek you can feel made as wellas it is tailors to make it and out will wear and wella asl su it made' S rDep tmell r ed a tailoring depart a nes this year. That of different sam.- c of Imported and Do. k CheviOts and Cart.- I large tailornlg establish. east. We will take your any kind of a garment it of "every day" punts for ri to the finest fall dress al tholtdt ftashiou plates f best of style at prices for 818 to 840 and in pants u 1 . II antee a Perfet lit nt the Workmanship u arment. h e lmp...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 February 1891

GREAT FALLS I'IdLBUNE. S1ale.a1n, Dt.tVAND anu.wHUL1 THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sUo.,riptions must he mpad in advance nerm,. hy mail. lO.I Otlne yr by mail. l$.I0 It montlh 50, i ie months " l.5, ine moutI h 1.I Three mnthb" I.1U I).e week, oy arrier. 'W S t ingle cop"....... p A It citr %ubscribera to i laiy deliverld by carrier Advertising rates iurished on appllo.atoa, 'ho eirctlaton of the Tribune in t,,rthorn Mo ataa is guarlatled to neoeed that of ,A) pa. par £nbllhbd in the state ooscn.rrs deairing their address chanpd most send their former addres; this shoutd be ra.emberead. tddreit: ralytwN P'ULlUaO tu CopA.a1 teot Falls, Montana. NO,,]526. FIRST NATIONAL BAN1 OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: T. E. COLLINB ...... .. .. ... . Pieident J. T. AiMIN(TON ... . ... ..Vice-Prsideant A. E. DICKERMAN ..... C......(ashier H. H. MATrEON...... .... Atl.ashier DIREOTORB: cA A. gBOtADWATKa. JObaN LtyIal,. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 February 1891

THE LEGISLATURE AT WORKi T'T House Teraeseut a Large Vol ume of Businese in Three Hoomr. SE SENATE ADJOURNS UNTIL TODAY. i Ways and MeNau Committee Intro dmies a Bill Regulating the Com pensation of County Oferers. Coal-Oil Inspector Bill Comes to the Front, as Also that Provid Lug i r a Public Examiner. LstaMA, Feb. 8.--Speclal to the Tnrn al.-The senate met at 2 o'clock yes ay and adjourned after adopting the lowing resolution introduced by Sena Hedges: Whereas, since our lost ad urment, the co-ordinate branch of our mbly has been advised of the death one Tbf its moast honored an esteemed bere, Hon. Aaron C. Witter, late entatve from Beaverhead county, reas, some of our own members tll absent, who went to attend the nies of their personal friend and te pertornning for us a service that journmeut rendered it impossible to do officially now, therefor, be it Ived by the senate, as an expres nympathy for the great loss sus by ourselves as well as by the of which he was a member, and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 February 1891

Overcoats! Overcoats! Overcoats! Overooats! During this cold snap you will be able to get of us any Overcoat at almost your own price as we are determined not to carry any over until next season. Come early as our stock is getting very low and sizes broken. HARIS THE CLOTHIER. GREAT FALLS SPORTING EVENTIS Some Interesting Matches for Lovers of the Manly Art of Self Defense. CARROLL AND GLEASON TO MEET, Other Mills to Come Off H hick Prom ise Any Amount of Sport. Joe Burns of Butte Issues a Challenge and Posts One Hundred Dollars Forfeit Money. j; ,nian matter. is now the all-alorb nlg to,,, of conversation and from the nuumber i mnsathes arrianeed will con tinue to be for some time to cote. Rodgers of Butte and .illy Stmth, the Toronto (Canada) ltghtweight are in the hands of their trainers and sre doing some hard work to be in good form for next Friday night. As these two have met before in the ring and have never been able to decide which is the better man, considerable speculatio...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 February 1891

Mont IlJ tor( The Semi-Weekly Tribune. LUME VIII.---NUMBER 73. C(It!AmT FALLS, MONTANA. WED . AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, IS1). PHICE F[VE CENT'L L .---- I I _._, --- - ~-- , .- ~ ..-.. .... .'. I-~ ~r LUME VIII.---NUMB1. !,C I APPL, Or ,ii [. r hi 1st Knew What he was Doingla When he Drew This Eye, i" can be more pleasing to the si a. a perfect fitting, stylish suit? oI a you invest in anything that suit you better? If you won't r the matter from an artistic i, view, look at it from a business a nt. How can yon make a good P on on men you have business with if your clothes look as they were made for somebody i1 We are especially careful about r of insuring a good fit. Our a selected by experienced buy. - special reference to the ent of a ment as well as the workman- u all our goods. When you se- E from our stock you can feel c that it is made as well as it is for good tailors to make it and at the garment will wear and shape as well as a suit made ci order. 5 f1 Tailoring Department., ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 February 1891

GRIEAT FALLS T'RIBUNE. I'ýBLIt ' D4K I ILl AND lW11 E-WLTcLI a THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. e I r I!10., a "ua'l R SUBSCRIPTION RATES. qu Sllttl nulcrplllons must be o pid in advnce t ney-.r. h ,e t, ri Dl $1oh ne yner, by 'a.ll ." is nil it.+ S " .Ill :1 nuhn l . 'h , I.HI 1ta opt- tp, t .. taI, L L hrn 1(llll thib Ii.Ul ,)n u ,.k. , cn. riar, A . Si. glecop y... .... M A I 1 1 cot) h,.lrll,,.n to, I,)il delivrel bI)' car er CO Advortisiln nrltee rltml(h.td on apliatiotn. tic 'h e irenlto n oI t , o t'ri bnn in n,,r rth 1 t1 pOr l hlished in the(ott allt t~ttenrllM desiriug the.ir .ddr1t changed .uot wend their rtenor otIdrm41, this ehlnld be of remembered. I t .kddree: rIBUsno PUBulIHIeO COMPANY, Srent Falle. 1,,ntana. wl Wt NO, a852 TI FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. of Authonrize Capital. $S,coo,ooo al Paid-Up Capital. $250,000. n OFFICERS: at T. Ee l LLINS.. Prsident J. T. A(I(IINi T'ON .. Vi'l'rnPid0nt W A. E. DI'KERIMAN . . . t' hior II. IH. MAI ri'oSN .' A tl. ( hloer...

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 February 1891

THREE MEN SAVED, are John River, Wm. Cragle, and Michael Shellicut, NED SINCE WEDNESDAY LAST, g Scenes Witnessed Among I The Big Hearted Moners Wild With Joy. t Strike in tile Connelsville ke Regions-10,000 Men ti Ont and More to t] Go Ont. COKE, Pa. Feb. 9.--One oat the g matic events that have occurred f, 1 mining region about here in iE sra was the release this morning d men, John River, WiVm. Cragle c. hael Shellicut from the flooded a which ihey had been imprisoned C ednesday last. On that day five ti three above named and two hos. Lewis and Daniel Davis, H i.rk in number three mine of it ehanna Coal company. They ged in robbing pillars in the a portion of the mine. In one is and'Davis were at work, Ii n coal resorted to a blast. n on rent asaunder the wall, at e chambers in which they ed from an old abandoned bIch has been used for stor bandoned mine water. The 1 water burst through a great R by the blast in furioustorrents a ing could resist. Lewis and cl jerked off their fee...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 11 February 1891

Overcoats! Overcoats! Overcoats! Overcoats! During this cold snap you will be able to get of us any Overcoat at almost your own price aý we are determined not to carry any over until next season. Come early as our -tock is getting very low and sizes broken. HARIS THE CLOTHIER. - GREAT FALLS SOCIETY DOINGS, ,Mr'. G. . lny and MArs. ii. 1. Ciaowen Entertain Friends in the Parlorr of the Park hotel. A LARGE AND FASHIONABLE GATHERING. Miss Weitlman Also Hlereives the Meam hers of the Young Ladies ('Clu at the Park Hotel. Other .arial Gatherings and Pa'nrties in the ('ity ".Dope Partie-" (row ing in Popularity. Mrs. Gorge E. iHuy and H. (). Chowen dautlt eatnh tained their lady friends ,stt t,- noon in the parlors of the Park hitel the gathering was large and fashi rabri and tire Lternoon most grreahbly) spen t in tr, nysteries of tio zressive leulrre. T[he head prile, a reautifutl tshopilr g lg made ,f verl\et and leather, was won by Mrs. Mc( lel land. Mrs. Kelley won the Ilne-hand pl i...

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