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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 April 1892

my CEREMONIES. arge Number of Trees Planted Throughout the City Yesterday. re.tinug Eerelses by the Children ,it the Opera House. ere have been pleasanter days in t palls than Tuesday, but it is tful whether an Italian sky and tte breath of the gentle chinook d have brought out greater numbera dice and children than were seen the streets of the city and at the house during the hours of tree ting and the afternoon celebration. t the appointed time the pupils of public schools met at their respec rmoms and under the direction of r teachers set out trees upon the inds surrounding the buildings, after they returned to their homes to ire for the ceremonies at the opera Many trees were set out during day by the more enterprising prop owners in the city, all of whom. it is d, may live to see each become a g of beauty and a joy forever. e little ones, however, looked for to the ceremonies at the op ra iv with the greater Interest, and as time approached for their sasonmling' could be seen c...

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. — 23 April 1892

POWDER WORKS BLOW UP. Seven Men Blown to Atomus-Their Remains WereS Mattered Over Several Acres of (.routnd. All That was Left of the Building After the Explosion was Quick. ly Consumed by Fire. The cause of the Explosion is not Known The Eti'e't in the Neighinorhoodl tas Like I',,wter I-sploso.lte M10 ri .1tN.; IrO N. N.. April IS. The works of the A aiwrican Vorcite Powder company on the shores of Lake Ile;.t'ati . about a mili bl'low hare'. blew tup at about :lt oclock this aftiroon and seier men were blown to itorit. 'lThr nianis of rive or thImna are is follows: .1. I). Smith. sit ptrinteideritof the works, marrida. and leaves i' widow mni line 'till: .I aub ('arlaon. agnad :'. y8 ear's. mar r ied..untl leaves tit. chibihr n. William l'ia'rr'. aged :s yesaras. marr.iId. and leaves a widow anl two chiltlrn: James Vagh, aged 'a years. Uiniarried: .. Johnson. aged 10 years. unmarried. A nlther lotly has been recognized as that of a Swede whose nanm is unknown. Two men were injured...

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. — 23 April 1892

E SISTERS' HOSPITAL, 11ill I(etpi im ('mmm mmanding Limem Ilonº on the Nieth Side. Ileniled lmewription of the In !-titution--Ak Very Innudkome truiture. through the kindness of Father Iols the Catholic church a Tuenn:s: rep Itative was yesterday shown the no and specifications for the new His i hospital to be built on the corner of teenth street and Third avenue north. e plans show a handsome and sub ntial three story brick structure, the in building being 50x1(1() feet in dii neifone, while a wing lxo0 will adjoin in the center on the east side. The w hospital will be built of brick and ne and is to be litted up on the most proved plan with all modern improte nta and conveniences. It will le ted by steam and will have all the t improved kitchen aind laundry fur ure. It will be well supplied with ts. bath rooms. lire hose. speaking bee. elevators in fact all the conven ces necessary. The design slhows a ilding what it shoult be tine-looking d substantial without any useless sinenta...

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. — 23 April 1892

A LITTLE DUST. He used the Roman Virgil To bush the strife of bees. Which hive with hive contended Beneath his Mantuan trees; Theg meet like human armies, Lite men they charge, they thruis To quell the war you sprinkle A handful of dry dust. o ftful man's emotion, O changeful hopes and fears, o tears that end in laughter, O laughter worthier tears, O stormful, fateful passions. Ambition, hatred, lust How very still ye slumber Beneath how little dust. -G. A. Chadwick in Bookman. NOT A BAD DEAL. The little volume of verses entitled "To Lalage" made quite a stir in the literary world. One critic of note said that it was instinct with classic grace; another that it was informed by the true spirit of Hellas: a third that it had a whiff of Hymettus: a fourth that it was hardly suitable for family reading; and. on the strength of all this landia tion. --To Lalage" was a success, and -everal collies were s ta fhie sold to Qompl-te strangers. Imagine, then, the bitterness of heart with which...

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. — 30 April 1892

CHAMBERLAIN. A CHMBERLAIN u,11U ? E Moto zmkr.141 M VI-JI- hA - J WELw E. X. GRIEAT FALLS, MONTANA. ý V'U1IDAY MORNING, NUMBER 30, 1892. UBR, 123 IICAN COHYENTIONS, k and Ohio Run Through I irkets Without Any Friction. Was Struck in Alhabma ,ii lets of Delegates Appointed. Has No Trouble in Selecting gates and in Nominntinux a State Tieket. A Mpiin I, AInI.sm., "O1ERaY. Ala., April 9N. fhe n state conventi. n met here to split has been maturing for weeks and it materialized today nvention. Factions are Moeely i-Mosely and are made up gene aking of ins and outs respect he Mobely convention elected wan, colored, of Mobile, chair osely was re-elected chairman ate committee. No state ticket inated. It instructed its dele the national convention to vote son's nomination. Anti-Mosley ed A. M. Stephens, colored, of chairman of the state commit id not nominate a state ticket, sentiment as far as developed nat it. It elected national dele adopted a platform endorsin t Harrison's administrati...

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. — 30 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. RA rUNDAY. APRIL Mi. M. IT Is NOT IDI.OCtACY. The scheme for a free coinage canm paign put forward by the pocky Moun tain News is a very pretty one on pa- I per. Irietly the plan is as follows: Let the deimiocrats in their state con ventions, it the action at Chicago shall force it, nominate electors pledged to vote against Cleveland and for such free coinage d-inucrats as Senator Mor wan of Alabaia and Congressman Bland of Missouri. As the state conventions are held after the national con;ention it is in the jttower of the former convention to tI otsi only those electors who will vote for a silver iSan. notwithstanding who may he nomninated by the national i-onvention. It urges that this course shall he pursued by the democrats of I'iltrai o. California, '1 ntanu.W3mnin. Ila1i-., Net-vi-. Washigtoin tend I)regon- , at i in those of Kansas, Nebraska and er Lton of the it-uuthert states. ity this rourse the inte..rity of the demoneratic orgttiizations iwill lie pr...

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. — 30 April 1892

GREAT CONFERENCE PARATIONS FOR THE MEETING OF METHODISTS AT OMAHA. e I5ndrvl Delegates and Thousande Visitors Will Attemid-llshop New. als speaks of Cnse of the ImpartaaS suestions That Require Settlemnent. istpecial Correspondence.) tit t, April 21.-The coming of the rennial conference of the Methodist rh, which meets in this city on the of May. is creating a great deal at I O~tis TiIlIT. I: I fll lln;i:inwhich I I... ent wc. o 14,1 P-y.t.t ine g i~ ; it l il r4 . II n de lil~ntint, ale' 1,:1t nl Fr a ng 3ietholdistsM tof 10.1.1 :I1 Ow .'(,tml 'flu: c" tf, . * .,1 i a I, 'iz ^ by nutry; t" h,"" rs 19 h"."., i.. ,,, kn 1 pamnn11h,. undi tic vt"" .r" v^ll !.n'bu y ii itiui Iy the It u>l .Li, l i;) the it ~f lhe .Ie',hodSt churchl tin Itline nulia 1'n.:ýII uct n 11, 1n h:. cu.:t""1 -I ch< e firtt day if l1ay, lt owing to the "t that the itt of May falls onn Souday is year it it probable that the confer. ce will situply meet, cull the roll, hold devotional meeting and then adjour...

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. — 30 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAT. APRIL 20. law. WHO I1 3BEN3It1TED. The high tax organs have lately been laying great stress on the point that in one or two industries better wages are paid now than were paid three years ago. This increase they credit, of course, to the McKinley bill and triumphantly point to the increase as the vindication of the high tariff system. In this they consciously lose sight of the tact that in other industries wages have been re duced, although the McKinley bill was advocated and enacted by the republican party on the theory that it would, by promoting and protecting the prosperity of the home manufacturer enable him to increase the wages of his employes. Indeed this plausible agreement was supplemented by a positive promise that the workingmen employed in the pro tected industries should have increased wages as the result of the increased prices of manufactured goods which in creased protection would create. Yet the fact remains that not only has there bee...

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. — 30 April 1892

yggWS ON ODEAT WALLS by as Westers Raltread 1 0O1ela. K. O. Brooks, traveling passenger freight agent of the Chicago, St. t & Kansas City railroad, has been a 1 r in the city for the past two days left for St. Paul yesterday. Mr. ka was in attendance upon the I rowers' meeting at Miles City and I I Great Falls, as has been his cue in past years, upon its adjournment. I short talk with a TaRnrarm repre tive yesterday afternoon Mr. Brooks I * that during the past month he C visited the various towns of Mon and that Great Falls was about the city in which he had not heard plaints of dull business; on the con- I he had found the merchants of I ity in a most cheerful mood and ly pleased with its future bright k and prosperity. on have natural resources here,' he * "that are sure to make Great Fall., at city- -the metropolis of Montana. r unlimited water power alone, had no other resources, ia bound tomako , icity a large commercial center. r citizens have all the qualities of I rustl...

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. — 30 April 1892

A RUSTLER FOUND DEADI The Body of William ('roker. i I('ow hoy. Found on the (row Reservation. This Is the Third Victim ot the Wrath of the set tiers. The Town of Buffalo, Wyo.. Under Martial Law - Another Out break Anticipated. Killed a Rustler. ST. PAtL-, Minn., April 22.-A Helena, Mont., special to the Pioneer Press says: William Croker was found murdered on the Crow reservation, fourteen miles from Big Timber, last evening. The parties who found the body took him to his home in Park county. It is claimed 1 that Croker has had the reputation of I being connected with the rustlers, but whether this was the immediate cause of his death is not known. There is no clue to the murderers. This is the third case of the sort reported since the war on the rustl-re began in the cattle country. Buffulml 1 ndler Martial l.ew. BHeri.o. Wyo.. April _ I. There are about 110) armed men in town organized as a home guard organization, being es tablished last Sunday. It includes 20K) men under comma...

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. — 30 April 1892

GREAT FALLS VISITORS7 ,., h'eturna fronm Nelhart Highly Pleseal with What They thew There. 4,.eterny F'oreanisn They Tasak In the ,evara'l Falls. the Springs. tutu the 4maeelters. Thi railroad parties that went up to ibart Friday afternoon were enter inal at that thriving mining camp in a it royal nmanner. Many, if not all of on. eajrayed their first e'perience in un rgaounaal explorations in a silver mine. etumed in aminers blouses anai with rals in hand they were let down in aufts on cages and viewed trcaunras liib the enterprise of man oalenef to ew. After looking over the plac and staking of ac bountiful collaticcac they ale the run of (A) nmiles ta (ireat Falls lco hours and a half. having been are but little over seven hourac. lesterday morning they were treatad greater surprises. President Myers the board of trade, with seviral other aminent meaabers of that boldy. took e parties in carriages down to the 'cnt spring and Rainbow falls. They ant down the 175i steas leading to 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. — 30 April 1892

WOMAN'S WORLD. HOW A BIG HOTEL *WASHES ITS DISHES BY MACHINERY. Crmelty to Children-Freasted Womem .U the Polls in Euadoer-Women Gold Searchers In Colombia-Hat. Direst from Paris-Uncooked Fruit. The little girl who wished that her kitten was able to do housework, "be cause then it could wash the dishes," is not alone in looking upon the family dish washing as a bugbear, and she could not fail to be interested in a mon ster machine that is used in a hotel in Springfield. Mass.. which. with the at tendance of three persons, washes about 10,800 dishes during the three meal hours of each day. Formerly five persons were required to wash and dry dishes brought front the tables. By using the machine only three are required, one a wonan to pack the dishes in the basket. and an other a strong man to really do the wash ing, and a third a woman to remove the dishes from the basket and sort them ready to be carried away. When the machine was first used the silverware was washed by it also, but ...

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. — 7 May 1892

Bonti }iitoricast UHAM3ERLAN. . COHAMBERLAIN. FoM J_ V I EL RBNuf X. (d1tEAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1892. NUMBER 130 ED HEADLONG TO DEATH. 'nst-linund Transurotinental Ex press Goes Through a Trestle. l' erenum Kilhli Outright and Fifteen Badly In. jitmi ild Passenger 4 buches anld thIts Itridge tom Ilownm To. gether. m'.rr-iSbl. Iailomini Aeaidiamii Tr MAnIsoN, Ta.. May 3. Without of warning, in the midst of a iful storm, the eastbound trans nental express. tilled with huannn wrapped in slumber. plunged ugh a trestle weakened by rain to h about 1:13 o clock this morianug. een Revere and Mcdill. Miss..uri. as a frightful night. Rain fell as it never been known to full hefor' and an occasional Hash of lightning d be seen in the gloom. The great ess had come through from San cisco, Los Angeles and Mexico to sia City on time. on arriving at ass City at 4:441 Wednesday after n orders were received to hold it .1 6:10 and run to Chicago on the of the Denver limited, whic...

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. — 7 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATU31DAT. MAY z. 1S5. IT WOBMI ADMISASLY. When the McKinley bill was about to pane the house, Mr. McKinley said con cerning the metal schedule. that there was nothing In it that called for a reduc tion of wages or a diminution of the number of employee. Now It happens that the metal schedule was made up and dictated by the American Iron and Steel association, just as other schedules were made up and dictated by the re ceiver of the taxes instead of those who were to pay the taxes. In May last the secretary of the association said: "During the long period in which this measure received the consideration of congress the views of this asnociation concerning the proper framing of the metal.schedule of the new tariff were frequently solicited and were promptly given;" and that those views were sacredly respected is implied tn his next sentence: "This schedule, as it was finally adopted, is, in toy judgment, the most harmonious and completely pro te.etive of all the m...

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. — 7 May 1892

ERN FOES OF EVIL. £ EIGHTEEN BISHOPS OF THE 1 ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. t thbes at the Nine Who Have Charge Afflers In the South and West-Men a piety, Learning and Exeenti.e a bility. t is something worthy of note in con tion with the history of the Metho church in America that no breath of tdal or snepicion has ever tainted good repute of any one of the eight living bishops who, personally or spirit, take part in this year'squadren 1 conference of the mighty organisa a which owes its origin to the Wes s. Of them it can well be Laid that y have fought the good fight and kept e faith. All laudsnand all swtionsof the United ates know the power and zeal with which these men have prosieuted the never ending tight against the Prince of the Powers of D)ark. nles. Foster. An f lonr-t, WVal ,I y,. Vincent sud I .Inven are mustes fn iliri to ivery - obieeiir of reltg- l I~~ ~nr~ n.\te rical.: hn the ulsit(P IowIS %N. siinirv bi-hops, sylor and Thoburi. might alt host ise nied household word...

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. — 7 May 1892

WORKINGMEN SPEAK. THE KENSINGTON REFORM CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA PETITIONS. They Give the maiOn In Their Own Lines et Labor and Point Out the Remnedy. They Want Free kitaw Material. to iegiun With. The following is a part of the petition seur to congress by the Kensnngton Re furm club of Philadelphia, an organiza ion composted entirely of workmen j4 the highly protected textile industries While labor is the most direct terested in the arrangement of ychednles it has been customary i those who have favored high protective duties to turn a denif ear to its appeals de spite their protestationn.of solicitude for the welfare of the toilers. The clamors of those who find a special interest in high duties, having the time and means to besiege the doors of congress. have not been unheeded. The fat they fried out of the workingman enabled them to render special service to the partisan machine, and thus they could make their weight felt far better than the fleeced workingman. Now, however, that t...

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. — 7 May 1892

STATE COQHENTIOHSj arc Called to Meet at flosenlat and breat Falls. e and Knthusiastit Meeting of Slate Central Commuttee Batanquet to the Mem ate denmocratic central commit ened Tuesday eve at 5 o'clock at ra of the Park hotel. The itl netenbers or proxies were prts iI. Padley of Beaverhead county, ark of Cascade. David G. Browne u, John Kelly of Dawson, John tof Deer Lodge, A. K. Yorkerof ad Clarke, W. 11. Sutherlin of r. Frank G. Higgins of Missoula, Carey of Park, II. L, Frank of w and G. M. Hays of Yellow It was the largest and mtst en ic gathering of the dlemocratic tral committee of Montuna ever i the procoedingW throughout the mint pleasant and imrlnnni racter. initial meeting wtas tittply an in ine, ant at i; ctlock the e (01n nit invitation of Chairman' TI. E. adjourned to the dinning- room Park hotel wher' a feast fit for is awaited them. After a niece ly two hours tefore the "frutive ' the conmmittee repaired at tanee hotel parlors and concluded thei action of the commit...

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. — 7 May 1892

A MOD IN NASHVILLE. The Authorities (alled Upon to Sur render the Person of Eph Gri. zard. a Negro Who, With Others. ('ommit a Brutal Outrage Upon Two Helpless Young Women. The Sheriff. His Deputies, Police and the Governor of the State Man age to Prolong the Wretch's Life. .4Nnsbville Maiii N.\.nii.ior. April 30.--Had not the sheritf and his deputies and the city po lije been on the alert at a late hour last night Eph Grizzard and perhaps two other negroes would have swung from the bridge across the Cumberland river, in the heart of the city. The citizens of Uoodletsville do not seem disposed to permit the brutal outrage perpetrated by the two negro scoundrels, urged on by others. on two helpless young women near that little village Thursday night, to be contented with the hanging of only ,nn of the brutes. At 10 o'clock last .ight it was noticed that an unusually large number of men from the country were in the city. On inquiry it was learned that the citizens of Ooodletsville had...

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. — 7 May 1892

PROBABLY FATAL FIGHT, t Waiter and Cook Quarrel Over a a Trifling Matter at the Model Restaurant. t Fight Follows In Which the Waiter y is Seriously if Not Fatally injured. lietween 1) and 10 o'clock Friday renoon a cook named James Moran id a waiter named Adolph Pfeifer, both ployed at the Model Coffee House on .ond street, had a dispute over the t way to cook a Hamburg steak. ch contended his war the proper ethod to prepare the dish. As the on became warmed up in the disecus n it took a personal turn and each pressed his opinion of the other's ma real ancestor in terms not found in iebterfleld on Etiquette." Each also poached the reputation of the oilier veracity in pronounced language. this time, as the story is told, one k a stove-lid litter and the other n eto to emphasize their irguments. What follows is brictly told. Moran eived a severe cut over the -)c with e stove-lid lifter and Pfeifer a stab, netrating the left lobe of the inng. ough badly hurt Pelter run into a loon adj...

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. — 7 May 1892

WOMAN'S WORLD. MiSS WILLARD AS PRESIDING OFFI CER AT THE SUNSET CLUB. About Wasmlog Blauketu-tSympathy fer Mrs. Osborc'e-Frooc Washtub to Throt tie-A Woman Hotel (Cashier-Are You Psychle?-A Now Table Drink. Some of the folks who went to the Sinset club dinner a week ago wondered why Miss Frances Willard did not come in till after the coffee had been served. A member of the club who was talking about it yesterday told a story which shows that the great leader of the wom en temperance advocates has a nice tact of discrimination. Miss Willard was in vited to preside over the debate and she said she would come and bring Lady Henry Somerset, who is president of the British Woman's Christian Temperance union, with her. The Sunset club men are an informal lot, and as there never had been a women's night at the clubbe fore, some of them were anxious to know whether they could smoke while the a speakers were putting their hobbies through their paces. And one of them wrote to Miss Willard tbo...

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