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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 December 1891

Tga GATEU 0All3. Srial in the JustloeCourt-lt Will lie Derided Today. exanmination of A. J. Gates for il lyv branding stock was taken up ain Judge Itace's court Thursday n, The written agreement be n the defendant and his wife by .h they agreed to compromise the re suit and divide the property 4 was produced. Attorney Lewis, drew up the document, could not lmniier 1whether he was present when husband and wife signed it. Joseph hr. nho lived near the Gates ranch, hiwe tev, lie saw them sign it. a in this city who had seen the ieiit wlere put on the stand by the ntirney to establish the facet that j nlt" iii was binding and entitled to the horse which she sold i;utet rehrunded. Peelie. who tttuct iirene, fought every groild over whiv h I,,,-toiont attempted to advacee ia niuber of tnmphatic th the eltnner in which Mr. rn out eertalin ,luestions. The rr ;,w I ur iusticuliy and ievirat attrnaCs exclhuiged the neonl il6 e~an! exanplinanti. Tfh, defemse t utrodure any evidence. This ,r" +...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 December 1891

A CASE OF KIDNAPPINGJ Sometii e Steals tilt- soni of David T. o) Ittaira of Kansas City iliil ollis J ima fa' Citit ithe FIathtr (iiitre'd 6l.il lit't' thte utctun 41I till- HAi Iint' WoutI The t hil t Finally eliIt'red I i' t'ii r ,joyed Par11ent. - U1)nineti," Arrestfid tortlw Pimdoe. .1 1 . . . X v. II . ,'J' 1s"11 .!tivinig ¼ 1 1''fr; irs'" 5n1, ' "' trlnsfI'Irr I t":,, u Il il I "I '! ' .-' 5''' '. s'11.1 , I. . l i I . S'1 111 ,,* 1' 1' 1' . ' Ii 1 . . '" "; j flo s'r lit uiiiutlo th e *'sst'lsi t'' ,1 . II w i that it 's 'LL''t !i I i ll !ill t ithols t att'sssptins Ill ..'ir' tl: ,il t ,.utll " n:1- Iron, it woiral stI*iut ti arrtpoundliue ; I !.ny. rl 'l- tU sI's 'r'il ti s I' ' ls replis * : ;. ''l t let ti' tsiti e' 1 5:5y sulsl till foiu L -III) tlust his ki5 alt55 ' r ' ' IlL' r''aLL r!' . st ar U1. 5iIsi'i attri''t t5o H Iaay II I fl tijes ILIL ' 1 siht run hs ki- s'I s 1 1 is ssse 1 .rth hilt rilts lr thsns rsuiist i t1Ls w 'ansty 11f ti 1 1r 5riI15 isis uL ubL Ij sut...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 December 1891

ESCAPED CONVICT CAUGHT th lb tit Ipl Iia Way Through a Dungeen th ,ti mI With a (Cempanion to Eee'aped. ii th dt u rrested Thri e I)a.s After li TIhe tither now Sentenced vl for horse Stealing. Ht ut1 ;htriff l'ege of Fergus county hi in t LIiThureiday foremoiiI. hav- j icstody the i an who took ii -, * \vill ieifred's stabhl at i r rne - i N ,ut two weyeic a:eco. Iit i upi) last 'ui'sdav down on tl a \ '"nouri iiout forty miles from se !.,;i li in the i ighborhood of 210 I usthis eily. The depuity sheritT 1, 1!,; nun dit the ILu ILrsistfncy ii 1' true diteLtive through as orf Lulntry is is to Ie ,,, i li' parts. Anyone who has u'1to':o through the Itvi l Unn< Is tir Judiih near where that It L ' iuto the hliieLuri nil (n t I IlL'ury is fraught with hIdl * no little dLalgI r. It rai l ,t llts with perpLndi: LIer hInks, I i LI IL hieh 11 e LL. ihoL t inLt IraI lI II l Ien,,,, foi t. ILLik LI hilie l I)andkL I i. ;, tent M"onta'un :un t v' ste"rn IUaktio. IIthe ISerJJuilith are sai...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 December 1891

FIRE FIENDS AHRESTEDI An Ineendiary Gang in St. Paul Nab. iced in the Act of Setting Fire to a Building. They Made a Regular Business of Fir ing Stores for a Portion or the inurance Money. Three Colored Children Burned Alive While Their Mother Was Picking Cotton. An Incendiary Gang Caught. t4. Pur.e, i)ee. 1.- One or the most Jiaholical conspiracies ever concocted was brought to ni focus tonight and cul mine ted in the arrest of a gang of in 'endiaries who for over a year have made it regular business of setting, fire to houses and stores in various parts of the 'ity for the purpoee of securing in por tion of the insurance mcetu y. The scheme was cntarthed by the clever work if the ''hiel detective agency whose ce-t gained lte coctitcel'ccc of the gang iat iabbhiel theim in the very .it of all vlyinga lighted mal ebb which wacs in tcitaec to destroy property. .1e lcung ag is Oct. I the insurance agcents of cSt. Paul he cc onvincecI that many of the numerous fires here cecil an inece...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

V - YOU :- BE:EN F TT' f ~ l ~F THE BOSTON -TO-IIHiFOR E BO KTRIBUJNE. ELGANT CLOTHING LII IL RE T FALLS, MONTANA, ATUIRD AY MORNING, 1)C :( MHEll 12, 1891. NUMBER 21 SNathan, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, ýul Agent in Grtat Falls rall "iiidl bea:tirin the tr;IL marrk AN HATTAN 1 nhuttan MhirtWs arv" utwxcellred ilyand lm make antinit tre ap h ihm in tit, in fact thty led in rt in' ju$t tIs hate bearing thn trade rk in thei aut line. Itut other t ini fiac rers cwn only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock iscompit.I in everi re' pit a i be.ttr pn tvei bvfire. We haie beiin iatrii to get the host vieulg of the biet res in I have cuence.'lw in ete rt <ke tnlt. In nearly every ii tuie hate urel solt I intril in Grint 'ailes o the xiuof imeinufactirers tI at recg nize conpetittor. ,all. e iniili e our ut.ck ;11l I- rim oe pe tfully y- ari A. NATHAN, .22 i entral .1.e NEB>RNUMAS Art ITTi. try .\r," \nwY ()t of .tall andl .ºe, ICiinying Their D es dumt. lutrypster lPre eut'a an F: stimate for Ci...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SATUKDAY. DtBItB~lttt 5. 181. WHAT IS A ?'RE: 7RADkRA McKinleyites, of all races, color o previous condition, seem to take especia delight in calling democrats "free tray or.," and the democratic party a free trade party. They evidently regard thi words **free trader" as a term of re proach among men and when applied ti a man a stigma or rather a cloud rest) upon his fair name. No democrat hat earned the name for as soon as does hi ceases to be a deumorat. The demo eratic party has not earned the nume fol it never has, since its birth, udvocatec the policy of free trade. There is nol oor has there been it free trade party it the United States. No civilized natior upon the face of the globe has absoluti tree trade with other nations. (;real Britain which :conies the nearest being :t free trade power, levies duties upon certain imports. It is true that some 'cations have freer trade with their neigh. torts than have others that is, a lower rate of duties is levied u...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

___ Elegat &gltlemel's S1ippers _ _ a Pair Now BHoliday Presents--Just Opened ý `ý fore Sizes are fore Sizes are Broken. Broken. Nothing makes a better present to a gentleman than a handsome pair of Slippers. They combine comfort, with elegance and are e most useful of Holiday Gifts. We show some beautiful effects for $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. They are entirely different from anything er shown in this class of goods and Very Cheap. Don't miss seeing them. Come and select a pair now--we will be happy to lay them ide for you until Christmas. Now About a New Suit and an Overcoat. Of course you want one and "we are the people" who can not only suit your fancy, but suit your pocketbook tot. Our lines of these goods e never been so complete and never so cheap in price. As to Pretty and Tasty Furnishing Goods we certainly lead the van. for never before in the history of the trade in Great halls has h a beautiful stock of Handkerchiefs in Japaness Plain and Initial, and Irish Linen in all...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PVDLKSNWY.D DAILY AN4D WIMULV Tr1k T1RIBUNE PUBLISHIING COMPANY. (x,4e.4srfliA~rY..I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mai sua..,ri4,f...r n,,t hrp .. nnicuu l"lw 4.4 S 1444~ f". , I ".ýNI(4 N KPi m44. ,wiN, " I. dIA (),wl k bý 1dmt ,u4. . wiu~l,'d*" u~iwi'is. , Al i 44wlrw'i444,44 I' .'il lvIi(,,w. I. is %w,thrne 5444,4444(511,n f t.iI5444'(i'''.n in4, \4,u-themI,. A!(r,*t.m ". ir n14444 " NK "n, 4 x, . l 4lut, 44Nny'ANY $ Fwi5."r. l.cni,4w.ir^ ri ll" ~~n ,S'. Lu I5J.5 RV ci'I: isl.s..11.141 1he action if th city iiuinnel last Moudly night in toting itself fity for ert i's rciidlred thI city as aliderien mid in voting It) pay listh ti.iyor a silary has 'icitrI no little iiniietnt and more or le=. criticism inm.n. taxpayers of the city. The power of the couincil to do this trier the laws of the state is not moade" clear and may be reasonably "lues titined. There are several propositiotns invilvt in the natier which it mniy be well to look into. In the first place only the miyo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

spRAY ON THE FALLS. WEF:Ux"DAY'O DAILY. care of ore from Barker arrived e5 to the regular train from the n~talins last evening to be taken aouelter Two were from the May eflee from the Silver Boll, one tee Carter and one from the Bar sty khorlder of the Casade Mn en' Jrrspecting companyh held a een in the parlors of the Milwaukee ant evening to ele-t officers for neinm year aed transactted other rtant leusiness matters. IF iI tiat there is some difficulty ccining j jury in the United States ,t llclena to try Ed Barnum. Ile ,seeiee attorneys as his mother. i be tried for rifling a mail sack 11ann. rties wlee arrived from Barker last indi hunt a vein of rich ore several ie was struck in the Ontario tay afternoon. It is said to assay retmR5DAY'M DAILY. ,conissioners devoted yesterday uInh to transacting some routine anes and in the afternocon visited the on the south side of Sun river lead to the bench. They went to as in where a new grade could be They also visited the Fifteenth t bri...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

THE GREAT LONDON SCANDAL It is Furnishing a Dainty Morsel for the Seandal Mongers to (hew. The Private Life of the Unhappy Pair held Up to the Pubilie 1: vze. The Earl Mtill Suldect to Violence at the Hands of the Rowdy Element. Naolliiv's Shame. Lotooy, Dec. 4. Interest in the great Russell separation case shows not the least sign of abatenmint. When the !ourt opened this morning the room was densely packed with an eager audience. Sir Charles Russell continued his pre sentation of the case for the earl wlhicil was interrupted by adjournouenI yester day. lit deilared the petitioner. Count os RIuesell, had not only exagg'rirat, I such facts as she brought forward. lUt she suppressed other. which she thought to he detrimental ti her liaitus. Sir Charles ridiculenl the idea that Iluselil lopt a pistol colvenei-nl for the purpose of shooting her. TIh quarrel bitwein the earl and the ciuntess whijel Hnu'rel at the Albemnarle hotel at the tine they 0ome up to London to attend the let'' wa...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. mUNI)AY'S DAILY. a eeting of the Sheridan post, G. ast evening the following officers eletd for the enauing ,ear: Corn Ier . i. Heldt; Sen. V Com., E. dthell; Jr. V. Com., J. M. Clark; teriuater, W. M. Cleland; Sur rteashington Muzzy; chaplain, F. officer of the day, Sheldon riO ffcer of the guard, C. E. Bour fileJ. MI. Clark and J. 0, Gregg elected to represent the poet at the fnlent encampment, which meets pnni h aring. The offiers willR be inttnle the ftrat aturday In Sinclair and Robert Blanken r returned yesterday from an ex el hunting trip. They spent most time in the vicinity of Sheep kaen while they did not get any elk, were contented with killing a num et leer. The diatinguisbe nimrods i thLt they run out of "ammunition" hey would not have returned without of the coveted game. Is Heruog of the Rocky Mountain graphi company has been appointed lay from the top of the building the el weather flags which will be a .t convenience to all. If he does not roff t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 December 1891

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. A Synolpis of the Work Covered by the ueveroment Puring the Vast FVecaI V. ar. A Brink iear in the Mate Depart. meat An Unusunl Nunmber ot Negotations Carried Out. The New (Irleane 1i.nehinar and the ( hilian Resolution wum. mead I p. To the senate anid ouse of repttetnta tives. liiiI tlrHITit. 'I i, work of the state depaitrtmentar ing the pjit year has behii characterized by ;tnt nueual unumber of importatnt negotiations lilnd by tipldomatic results of a notable andl hight) b~eneticial chat. acter. Among these are the reeiprttil trath 'arralin.e itts huich uh.te Iet'nI roni dedt in ithe t"Nercis'. of the powers tofierted Iiy ie tiou .i f ti tarif law w% ill the rel'ublit" of ln l. with STain for the West Itiia poIisseiiusu iltl with tian I~nnsin-.u. Lik-e negotiati(,ns with other countries hti ieiii muchtilt vaecel mnd it is liope that before the 'lose of the year further ilitutie trwii ttrranlttieents l of groat value will be con c tailed. The president t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LMITE X. I ' LLS, MONTANA. &.1TV'I{I),AY MOINING, I)ECEMBER 19, 1891. NUIMBER 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE SLOTHIER, Ir all onds bering the tr:Lek mark MANHATTAN lhe Manhaltan Shirts are unexcelled quelity ,and make and none others iap h thenm in tit. in fact tlhy lead in irt lint just as hats bearing the trade in the hat line. But other manufac rers can ,only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock Is complete in every respect and better an ever before. Vie have been striv g to get the best goods of the best likes and have succeeded in every de rtment. In nearly every instance have cured sole control in Great Falls of the o o manufacturers that recognize competitor. Call, examine our stock and be con inced. RIespectfully yours. A. NATHAN, 22' ('cntral Ave OYISKI IS THE VICTORI he Battle One of the Thlat Ilmpor Iant That Ilas Taken Place on the Pacific Slolpe. I'Falds of Denv...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

SOME WASHINGTON TOPICS I(rant h.poken of for W..rertary of War- In TIhat I 'se en. Sman bori'll W.o'n't I(et a Iumor.s That Blaine Will Avow lis Intentions in Itaiual l to the P'is.dideny eshmi'.' It is fo l , 114lop104d ' I ft is ili i i is elsnllie Will ll l lInd nand flte MatterSettledll n F'.r All. 'I'nilhiington (.i :.';s.l l W anC,\,1 "lN. l~tht.. It. It is stalted to tday thait if A\ssistant S~c'riretary I(rant is pro. uotud toI the sttcretryshill oif the wiar depalrtment, (.en. .Sllnburn ol f t. Paul will noIt e'lcure the c'irtcuit jud ilslip upi pl intml, .ts as the prsih-nt it ill nt f',l I fI : I .:,e to giI' Jliinnesota. thi.,e tw o Vl' tah,. prvi'; s. If this shitnhl I,, thie'. t ll it is , ,r" dh ll, lpro ,I l.' th ' t "ud .11 i ,\ I i ii to i i.ut I ); rk ta aitid ,ii: t ti , +v , :a i r ii l l i.|ty I .N t h l i t ihe r1 . Aii ccin 1ke. l . th .tl i.t1. 1.1,11; 0 , s,,.o n lla.. : ri .tl 1t ion lq," t I'." p otnla t.r at ('` o +ts l." ",t.i ,r .. It nt y. i', . I). '...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

SPRAY OF THE PALLSB. SU.DAY'S DAILY. (kld Fellows who went to Sand >. I.i l from thecity Thursday night to S itute alley City lodge No. 47 report p be"en rolyally entertained. After 0- td. w lodge had been instituted thirty S ew niembers were initiated. The y returned to town early yesterday jatg. S eut . P. Ahern, Twenty-fifth in Woe Ir r ias been detailed by the presi .oe: a professor of military science and e ti .-le at the college of Montana at Deer gtC in that state. Lieut. Ahern is at -at on temporary duty in the office the chief engineer of the department , Paul, andl expects to leave at once his staition at Fort Missoula, Mont., .a. will shortly after report at the col lie expressed himself as highly t. ".d with the detail, which has sev Sdsvantages, not the least of which I" be an excellent opportunity to prose te a (ialrse of studty he has napped t" lie is a bright and affable young r r and is certain to become popular -it his new position. Pioneer Press. ek, ThopdIhre ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. I+ATUtDAY. DIEK('EMIIHlt 19.1891. FOREST' INERE IES. A government timber ilspector ha" ing rectommuended to thel interior depart ment that a large portion of theo Ilitter Itoot valley be set ily its a forl,;t reserve. several prlotiuent r.sitlens rof that sec tion have united ill a pr ,to ,t to t .alild ('nmlh i:..tJionr ('ell.r a t d, lst the prop-l , osit.P n. Trl' h y ti l ,lls , .l - I] i ltlttlt sall s why it itu. h not h,,t IIu'oni . mflt i ofi whieh s-: ,.rv e special couhIid raln. ourt lthat tlhi e wlnh mtr.lti- wli thus lprol i i' a .ainst fl oo,: Ill hal imun latioon and tit iat to gtuntti trt minst lang-coo tinlued rm ths. the llll postl i n beingllll ltih t treetl upon mhn ,tain topsll l , and slel lttltta '. i it a lIar iu-tttl- n I t-lin -t . tiltl fttr tith' indule o'lr lproduce . iroi,,. Tho' e l Itter .Iot s.ittlers th:e litthe oro tll first: that fully ) patr n as tt tof truth ar of I ,the stprop.tw rnainrv i. tipro tiat frott st-rnod tIEu byti ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

pRAY OF THR FALLS.. dsom stone trout and grand to the new First National bank is about completed. It is al Sa of the stone engravers art. i drngs in the northwest can I suih an artistic entrance. 1 Clark & Co. have sold to Frank ' ,llotble corner on Fourth ave ,lh and Eleventh street for $3,(XJ0. hi,,h will erect an elegant real- I ,n this propl'erty next year. j \"rught Iron Blridge c.mpny' .rlv. mmplted the new sidewalk , t .rie here. They .v : a },arit furnished and relady for the ,,lf lnxt week. It will be I 4 ii 44 ,,lllI4 l for ev ieryone living ti 1. I The contract price for ' e'!; ...1,et iCs $l, (.1 . It will hbe . walk andi very durable. , tlea. aupl'rintenidt'nt of thel I'uIl liulry complny,. was pre I wiU, beautiful dinmond pin Ihs the employees of the coin 1' w'l Mr. Mhenl's birthlday andl ,,, Zvalilhd themselnves of the op lt iutli. t the high estPe.ii in 4 hl(1 thii supirintendent. lill \I ian er tforimerly of this city. 4, l ('t tvenilg. We are informed i1.)lii'....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DCKEMBI5ER 19. 1801. MICHIGAN'S ELECTORAL LAW. In his message to congress President Harrison suggests that a constitutional amendment providing that all the states in the union shall ehoose presidential ulectors by a popular vote upion the gen eral ticket would be the proper thing. iHe refers to the Michigan electoral law as a "gerrymandlr" bhy which a minority rule is established that can be overthrown only by a lolitical convulsion. HIe then inflicts uljtil congress a long-winded stump speech to frtify his sposition in which, Iiionitig ittlier things, hie says: "If I were called ulain to declare wherein ,our chief national danger lies I should say. without hesltation. in the overthrow of the majority control by the supprees sion or pervirsion of lthe ppular ullf rage. And t',t 1Ir. Iarrison himself wars not .ll'tedl It y a majority vohte. Ini fact h c\hli and rI.e i\ed ai full 1t1i.(it) lllm re of the populal r 'vote tihou .il. tl:arrrison ri eiv'ed. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

SNORTHEit EXTENSION, I1 ontrat IlIa Been Lot for the bnst Two i1 nudredl Illiles. nt I;e ('omipleted to the Pa- I ,rille ('oaltt 1Within Twelve Monthl. . SAre FExpected to Hun illto KUlisljll by Jaitn a'y 1 O. ir a., Naoltlhern En xtensiollt. 't I. lIDec.12. --The Great North s jIstl let ii contract for the last iles of its Pucitic coast extension to nipletId. within a year. The ('olum • .. will lie crossed at Wenatchee, n 'bridge 3,2'0 feet long will lie at a uost of t500,000, and just east at p'int a tunnel 8.lK0) feet long t l',0,.rstrauted. Blefore the end of( Ith' I'~get soundl clountry will hiave enlit of the competition of faur t trans.""tinental linesH. It is ", , rilrti will be running into Kialis [v .I, taary 101, aintd pe.rhaps earlier. sust;anc. Tttro Pa'ili' .J1 uictih I the a; ii.t, to Kalispell is 11 7 nlihes Itill n1.1 statiutot, will then I-e I'h track is now laid to the sml S ai lt 'en lty s ttatioall. it v, eeni TI" aiteit rthe*lrn'~ Ianud (Tlaila,. 1,1tat, DIec. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 December 1891

CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGSI Nsmnerous Memorials Presente-i to the Menate Regarding the S.n dlay Opening of the World's Fair. Nothing of imllpolrtance ' one in the Honuse Washington News .Noti s, etc.. I ti. A fIlemcratic ('atuct; Will I e Ilcitl Tollay to ('otlplet- I'tlln nlitte, Lllsts. Itit \'t n i I'o1 ty e . Ii .\au I nolt ti. ' paper, prsete and reflr. re nu ut 1rei0 I wisulrials agaist ttitttlhet lii opening oi the worid's fair. '.Ner, of t ti-h favored tI lau of niurey .ateitin that oillitit,l . .1 nuit I er of t I ills tar r .to lreai l illlportanll(e were- illtlilltllntd . ,lt'e v urt ttan gate notice that he would oi pruntltly airess the senate on that pa-t 1i:tt1 tPioteeded t e'\fi tutie huIsitnes. \t 1:1(i the sinati ulj.t rngl l till totnoi - T'1'he senate inli liritttu I tih fiti illowi ng Ilnti-itnaters: lin , l l tl W. )iInIhlin, TIte Hollsie. n i \, t-II tr.rig .t', I)-e. . The openingi of tle oistu iti, Iav. alter ai holiday of iltlf a weetk. was without spealt inl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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