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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 May 1892

WAS TIRED OF LIINGS, N,. N l. oItWolrf tNluts limelf C 'I'Tl.agli the lHead 'Yeter. day at Non. b .TfraI.ged" t.11r 1ns the W. l t .lillnet' lilueh Aloulit Three F Miles F'rosml Town. d N. i.)W;r fi coumitted suicide by ii ,ting himself through the head a few t iutes iefore noon yesterday at the i ..lolies ranch about fourt miles up r IIo the other sile of the Missouri I r. 'The information was brought to city by a ranchmalln named Arll ug with whoml I)eWolf was stopping. I who cultivates about ten acnes f1 ranch. rlmstrong told Coroner Iall that l1( talking with l)etWolf il the loft i: barn a short time before the tragedy. i\'.lf said a man wais lbtter off ileladl n alive or something to tihait ef(rcl. I shortly afterward went to the hlouirm.. noonxm Armstrong went to thi house .I dinner. andt rns nOll Ita Ie enterl'ed the I r saw the following liltt0 lIn the( It. Armistrong: Please iat lithi,e let I, iand you will philssa write ti i d.e wahat hus hhaplpened anid see that ill reqlu...

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. — 28 May 1892

THE LOSSES ASTOUOINIG, The IHaatmaege I, the FIINbI A tiiountu to 61 1.000.00H? in the Virin it$" of St. Louisr Alootr. FullY I.:100 Sqtjuunre. Miles* o Terri tory~v Flawkd, I'Preentina g the Itaisini, of ('ropw. P'amt iit Io.*f lg ies I'mlier Waite,- $ha0u% (City Aganin 'FrIirnti-uu.'iI Appallin|g Luotes. Sir. Locui, May -'0. Today's decline in the river here, though it stopped at :.0.G, Las given the people of the allicted dlistrict an opportunity to catch their breath and begin preparations to lighting the rise which is coming from above and which as not now expected before to morrow night or Sunday. Incidentally, too. the opportunity has been given to .stimate the losses or the districts im imediately tributary to St. Louis and tihe igures are appalling. Here they are. St. Louis county, $3,tSl.(t); St. Louis city. 1A.0.t..(K0: St. Charles county. t2.rXr0.l) ; American bottom from Alton, Ill., to Cairo, i5.O.d).tK)). and including East St. Louis and vicinity. Tctal. 11.tO(K),000....

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. — 28 May 1892

ORIAL DAY EXERCISES Noldlier al)edt to Be Fittingly elnemnlered in the ('atulrett City. lor I the ILiving. Flowers ,,nd Ten'rs fi thel Itad The Prnilade. e various commlittees selected to ar for a proper observance of Decora day met Mondny in the officn of J. lark & Co. The officers of the day appointed, the parade and line of hied arranged and various details ded to. From the amount of inter .anifested by those present it is safe y the exercises next Monday will se those of any former Meomurial in Great Falls. If the weather per the citizens of this city will assist embers of Hheridan Post No. 1, in dsome manner in paying tribute to emory of the soldier dead in deco g the nine graves in Highland cemc by participating in the street pag and joining in the various exercises held in the opera house in the aft n. It will be a memorable day in history of this, the representative of the state, and it will make an un Ily bright page on the annals of idan Post No. IS. The exei'isee, out...

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. — 28 May 1892

FAIR CHICAGO WIVES BEAUTIES WHOSE HUSBANDS ARE GARDEN CITY MILLIONAIRES. The Unlons Are All of Recent Date nad Have Proven Ezceptionally Happy. Intellectual and Social Arenmpllish ments of the Brides. [Copyright, I~ER, by Americanl Pirna Assoota. tion.] There are two things to which ordi nary mankind pay the homage of envy money and beauty. A combination of the two naturally attracts extra atten Ni-R, II (. T. I lI . tionl, and for this reasonll u1(.h intrest attaches to the pretty girl'. who have of late become th(,l wiave t ~lf yIIUg ( 'hicago millionaires. Mrs. Taylor. w ife of lihlart (C. Tay lor, "'divinely tall and most divinely fair," in tw.enty-two years of age. She has a sensitive complexion, light brown hair and warmtI, kindling, gray eyes. Her brow is broad and open,. her nose slightly retronss., with firm lower fare, made tender and111(1 sweeteneld by it mostt pleasing Month. When st'tn ill profile Mrs.Taylur's ihead show, straight, strong, almost boxlike line,. Sil is q...

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. — 4 June 1892

,t Ii MBU~nuN W .CHMIRLAIN, w, Isitill OIanlrn, iII 1 - E I IU-IE CVI~E- I WEL1 ~I CHAMSRRLAIEIB y R IAO·tn Arr " nnl Avenue; IE XI. (Gi L" A'1' FALLS. MONTANA. s.% I IDAY MORNING, .1 UNE 4, 1892. NUMBER 16 [AINE OR HARRISON? tioIIt of tile It j lblilill 4lutItiinly It Major ity sit Iklexates. Sniiine IM Not III It ossil jr id ftll tslt si 1h elf. C: I etlieNiot Tail ken Isto F'4 Confideittiie assd Ile Feias II tIIi. M&,~a, .Iuno _. IIi .i~tvt o IS ea cimlina ainre iotnl party leIaditrs thiiin tiny iillii" i countiiyI tivih it i. U isd tttneellle~l that it i., the til' le eratliri·. iii .altll.iit 1111t (1 at to aeuatk lu he Iaa iii Ii liia If tout istlt'k tiity tllltll rii Iii~l aijiji Ijiati ti. thai111 IlM itere art in nt Stei iit auaiaiiea ratri tlty t ariu Itii" thei r iln. " h III i iiuit I Sliji ia h ci: I Iti ith teatru ofii e a li'icuyt ji t~riujt Itii~n inaga iayiaiit l ut;.l Iii nti ithiaate ut tI is iaail in. f~ iia tajll Meatt' for ati lt: iiii It hra hltl i.rter- t...

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. — 4 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. reaUiSnaP 3a THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. (rzxoarouATZD.I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sabseriptions must be paid in advanoe. DAILY. I w EL?. One ya ,b mal0.r O One year by mail. .00 Si. months. .OUj N1i months 1.25 One month. .00 I Three mont.." 75 One week. by carrler.S Single copy. - Advertisingl rates frnished on application. The circulation of the Tribalu In Northern Montana is Lguaranteed d o eoed that o any pa D ocab i the State. trnn b IsuDh in thei address changed moet send their former addreee as well t1 the new addreeo this should be remembered. Addreas: Ta. V eCOuiPANs . irmat rals. Montana Call for th NatNalml Domcratie Convas. tiol, 1892. The national Democratic committee, at i meetin held this dcie In the city of Washington ). U.. has appointed Tuesday. the L2st day o June. lI44, as the time. and chosen the city of ('nicagoas the place. for holding the national Democratic convention. Each state is entitled to representation therein equal to double the eopreeut...

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. — 4 June 1892

DEVASTTING CYCLONE, 1nste Kanhau Towns Mnaer a Terrible Viidta tion. S.lWept Alnlmost Out of Ex .1,'414e and Many Liven nLost. Ir.Afontl Bride Burned to Iratih Before Her HumB I,antd's Eyes. An Awlul VIsltatloe. .iiiwiTON, Kan., May 28.---Southenn shas again suffered a visitation the dreaded cyclone. A mighty In a mile and a halt wide formed ight in Harper county and swept the vounties of Harper and Sum iavinq lodeath and destiuction in its To add to the havoc wrought by arm a waterspout claimed its share general wreck and devastated the ern part of Harper county, while ing added its fires. Trees, barns. houses and whole towns went before the terrible force of the and human life went out in a ing of the eye. Fifteen dead at igton, seven at Harper and live at ia compose the lists of victims in while from the country districts reports of six killed,making a total rty.three dead. These lists in the lay ur two wdil probably be largely med as complete details are learned. storm came with...

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. — 4 June 1892

EX-REPUBULICAN I)asmIOUATw. Says the New York World of May W2: Murat Halstead and the artists of Rus sell Ilarrieon's illustrated newspaper have been printing an article on "The Republican Candidates for the Demo cratic Presidential Nomination," with portraits of Senator Palmer. (lor. Ioies, ex-(;ov. CalmplbelI and ex-(;or. Gray. The point of the whole matter is -in tended to be that these four men, all 1iossible democratic standard-bearers, were once republicans. and that this fact is somehow it reflection upon the democratic party. The logic of the ussumption is lame in lath feet. It is surely to the credit rather than to the reproach of a party or a cause that its ctase is so manifestly good as to wil the support of the strong eat men on thiie other side, and it is pre cisely in that way that democracy has beconme domiunant ini this country. where less than a generation ago it seemed in a hopeless minority. 1The reproach is ,n the other side. What was it that converted such men a...

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. — 4 June 1892

MORIAL DAY E iERCISES ppr~iiale (Olm-Irvan'e of the )Iay il 1'hi1 ('ity--Buiness t4s Iteretint1g I;xlreie's in the (llW'ra Ilion.e in the Alfternmtnm--Music a1d 114 SIehIIes. "1rain the one day in the year when livinul veterans of the late war aussem Sfor the purpose of paying tribute to eir leadl comrades has come and gone. eoerial day in G(reat Falls was appro iately observed by the old soldiers of nth the union and confederate armies this city generally. In the morning (enletery was visited by members of jeridall post, (U. A. R., and veterans of bhle hia1[ gray, decorated the graves their dead comrades with flowers. The, street parade started from the city ill shortly after 10 o'clock in the morn •. the order of march and the streets r:tded being: as follows: Maernm al and Alid.. (irmt YallV Mllltarl) Ialud. t'i,,liaiy A. ririt ttiein iint, M. N. (G. i alal I onIel N r. In, (4. A. It.. and Volt -rne. of ourn of Veterano. %aiomen'e Relief afcrpn. I'lr..idtnl. ViOee-pre*hltldi. ani...

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. — 4 June 1892

THE SILVER CONVENTION Short Addremes Made By Leading Free('olaage Advorates of Karn sec and Pennsylvania. Stark o.r Ohio readt a Lrong Yager tjccmi the .' (4emaeml NuoIet~cc of silver.. Freemmno. it Well-Know,, Fmr'e-i'oienae Wrliter. Adldlresses tihe ('Cnvenetion,. The Sliver Convetionu. W.anl~xrTo. May 27.-At 10:15 this morning Chairman Warner called the silver convention to order and short ad dresses were made by Shinn of Kansas and R. K. Thomas of Pennsylvania. The latter said ten years ago his farm was generally regarded by his neighbors as worth e10,000. and since that time he had been even more successful than oth ers in his neighborhood and had been able by close attention to business and economy to save 3.it) per year. This was the result of the labor of every member o! his family. But while he had Ien able to save z.30) per year his farm had. however, depreciated In value even more, and the farm that ten years ago was worth 810.XN)0 in cash could not be sold today for more...

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. — 4 June 1892

STHE MUSSELSHELL bE E. Severance Tells Albout the nieep Ilnduatry In the Valley. we (Ireat hlleep (oluntry. Thin .ear'* ('lip Will Be a Large ()ne. t epresentative of the TRI.BUNE yester sv met Chat. E. Severance of Castle, ,I gleamed from him some interesting tIs regarding the sheep industry in he Musselshell valley. Mr. Severance, *is well known, is heavily interested in he sheep industry, being one of. the rgest owners in the valley and his ac uaintance with the resources of that artion of Montana, gives his opinions pesiderable weight. In the course of enconversation with the Tnint Ne: re ,rter, Mr. Severance said: I regard the Musselshell valley as pre dnently the sheep raising portion of ntanla. We have there a district con nini ablout 4,000 square miles. atfford g abundant pasturage and watered by ,umerous small streams. The quality of he soil is such that an excellent grass is reduced, making the valley better ad ,pted to sheep raising than any other istrict in the state. By...

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. — 4 June 1892

ANOTHER EXPRESS ROBBERY, A Welts. Fargo (a1"' lteliskwul or Valuael,1e.; in flklalznnaa. T.r ,·itnry. The Eiprr-r Ne~I·**(nger.' Itrrsrt his( R,,llwar limt Ar'.' Finmally l iver 2401 S1'411.4 Firej;il Nd , X40 titl I majuma'.'ml *entlenamnmly ('it tIºlinah+. It'T ulliul). r., huni, .i. liU tails of the rohb|er% last night of a Wells Fargo expres car of the Santan Fe passenger train imake a story of unexaimpled out hawry on the part oif anildite sani of brave resistance on the part of the it-s toians of tl.e express comllipany's prolper ty. The robllbers wre illat work tilt beIst iart of an hour attiempltiing tol intimidateii tie e(xprsl s ill flssengers illnto lu llbiioii n anl duriiig ll thatl tI.lii thll ielll .enllll 'r liilll i lirlllllg . 'ir lives i l lllle. of the run l. paly i propigrti. TIi rbbery was at uniliul llni in lthe history of li iian ' errtory oI ntawry. In th ilii-l ilellli thei i.robbers i t et , 'erythiie: In ll-iht . a in , iilluri t lhe. i a tti ii ht thwl .,...

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. — 11 June 1892

WEEKLY TRIBR)NE. I XI. GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. S.T'URDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1892. NNIER 22 M1r: xi. fCTtEAI'I FALLS. MON~TANA. s.AlUIIA.Y MLORNING, 4LCJE Ii, 1892. NIMH~ER 22 ISON GETS IBERE. IFir-I I1Ellu Iby it lig r l'iy oIElleue tluu* Nueeim ,I 1 lnliluou,'. but Is proltlltl~ MeIee"I~·lireI. lT. eI.·l ee ei'lw f'k Ninmi leE1 til.'' ieeeee l'1uuee onl thee lIke t. .eeeaIý etENATEU. 1;11 le.Kinle~v - - - 11P44 ,1 3K.4ed - -- -- 4 ý ý II.II HI1RIIV4E TI. ,imp- to. %erlIe llirn ,a hill lI.lihr TIln BirIn usual ofI PM IL'~ migtisil Vigil. Enter II HIl II.41 IE siEit Iif.orITI one t1,." iElegEutEI wire in thein 1i .I IEIII shIIwed signs Eof End"Iel InIIIeI'IuEI ullEEEnitret lw. "dI thilir EnIthIuIleitIIal very Al II t the co~nvenltionf WEE Ph.d 'riPrayer wa1d oETedE1Fl by 11)31 of M)i enEeatEois~. I lEHiEid aE Hll iIIIHI4El1 aE the IlationfIl 1111n 1 I'lfnnsylvaniEi. I1. (1. II 31in11i~tIE a~nd I)l. .1. Lyton, T'heIi cllnidIErat ion olf thll re IouuiittE'E III credentiale be H.I it lii-h...

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. — 11 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. IUO5LI, aND B THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. (INUoal'POIATKD. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail slaberlptions mast be paid in advance. D.WIY. W3lKLY. One year by mlI.t1. e ea y ma.il. $2 l:i months, . e rix monthsb " 1.f25 One month. ' I.N Three muont ," 75 oe week, by carrier.2 tingle compy, - Advertising mmt . furnlsh.d on applicatimn. I The circulation of the Trilmune in Northern Montana is guarantoed to exceed that of any pa per published In the etat-,, Sbsehribes desiring their naddres changed mast send thrir former aMdrese as well ms the new slddrmes this ehohld be remembered. MAddrm : Ts l'tcN COMPANY, itreat Falls. Montanac Call for the National Democratlo Convten" tian, 1892. Tie. naltional Dcmoeratie ('committeet . at ti mIetiing held this day in the city of Washington. 1). C.. ha appoIIIinttI Tueeitay. the 21st day (of t June. Ir.1, as the time. and ehcimn the city ,of ('.iac.8 cas the placem. for holdino thle nationalm DIemecnrativ conventltin. Each' state is entitlel...

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. — 11 June 1892

uIBLE ALTERNATIVE. Sl Fire or Water [the;Only of Hundreds of I'n fortunates. it. PennsylvaniS. In the W. ofu Hoarrible V isitation. Itelildel'inllfg eenes in the eelt, ollowiing the Floal of Fire andl Water. ('iT , June a. Eighteen miles of andl destruction is the story in the awful catastrophe which has oated tie borders of Oil creek itusville to this point on both thecreek. The flood and tire ruin ant, wreck and it will take ,re the record of death and de can te cimpleted. This is the ul disaster which has ever this vicinity and has no rival in ted States except the Johnstown A raging torrent, a tank of oil un id and toplled into thle flod. r, a Inll ,lntlive passing over a 'in the ilty. a series of explosions ihe surface' I the creek and houses, renn and children were instantly ed in Ilhiress. These are the causes is this place is cencerned. The fit houses had but to choose how either drown or be burned to the're was ni escape and many ith easier dteth and jumped into astr, tibut...

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. — 11 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATURDAY. JUN 11t. 182. ORIAT FALiK' FUTURe. A glance over the map of the world shows that all large cities are built upon the seaboard or large rivers. No small water course furnishes a city of impor tance. Interior towns and cities grow to certain limtits and stop. They adjust themselves to to their enuvronments and never mlove I .oundt themt. This is in harmony with that natural law which linds expression in the "fitness of things." Again, it will Ihe discovered that cities owe their population, prosperity, and wealth to their own creative powers. .\ town which depends uponl the surround ing country for stlsistence is slnuply a country to un. I.ike a stream. it can not rise higher thian its sotrct: it merely keeps pa it- it ill its feeder. IBt a city richly enlowetl with native resources dra s capital anli enterprise to itself and not only grows aln tiourishe,, but buildls uip tind cnriches its environments. The first is an absorber. its existence depend ing u...

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. — 11 June 1892

B O5! ON MONTANA. sr Correspondent Visits the New Plant of tie Bostou & Montana Consollda. teI sliver and Copper Mining Coampany at Oreat Falls. i Amrlican Wool leporterJ. ;:Er F.\.Ls, MONTANA, May 15,18.2. with possibly the exception of the ex tenosiv plant of the Anaconda company, at Ana'onda, the magnificent new works of the IUjoton & Montana Consolidated Silsvr nltl Copper Mining company, at thet Blaclk Eagle falls, opposite this city. o,, just I,-ing put into active operation, u,, the largest general copper smelting 1a;nIt in this country. lr the reason that many readers of t .. :elorter are interested in the stock of this corporation, which for some time has I.º,n an active and favorite specula tvi.e,,hare on the Boston market, and be calus" tih, Reporter has always taken so li'ey aly interest in the promotion of America.i enterprises, I concluded a doIe iltspe(tion of these great works for tbh trl atment and reduction of ores and an article descriptive of the results ...

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. — 11 June 1892

THE LEGISLATURE ADJOJURN, North Dakota Lawmakers Conclude the Work of the Special Session. State Senator 4Oliver Mlakes a Hlarid Fight for the World's Fair Bill and Wins. The State ilolrd of World's Fair Man agers Roasted in (Great Shape. L't.ted Three Days. S r. P.utr., May 3.- A Bismarck. N. ID., special to the Pioneer Press says: 1 resolution passed by both houses re quests the governor in the event of fu ture vacancies on the World's fair board to appoint practical, substantial farmers. Oliver's railroad platform bill, which yesterday passed the house. came up in the senate during the session. McGillivray roasted the railroad con missioners. Attempts to amend it failed and the bill finally passed with but two negative votes, Ilaggart and Lamoure. The most exciting event of the day was the ccnsideration of the World's fair bill, which was strenuously opposed by Kear ney of Stutaman, McCulloch of Griggs. Peabody of Sargent and Strom of Traill, while it was earnestly championed by ...

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. — 11 June 1892

RAILROAO RUMILINGS, TIl l,,oltna .Midland and the Route It Will Prolmblly Follow. Ti' Ei'rn tlhe Burlington Being i'lhld--'Progress of the Survey. There has been no little speculation as to the probable route of the Montana Jidllud. now that theNeihart route has been abandoned. It is found that the grades ou that route are all to heavy for the ,,ost successful traffic. This decision is by no means an abandonment of the project nor will it necessarily delay the building of the road. The engineers are nw working on other routes and a de minite lcation will probably be made ithllin a comparatively short time. \nether olbjection to the Neihart route is the' snow in the mountains which woull make it expensive keeping the road open. \s to, the possible routes for the road there are two which may be considered probable. H oth of them leave the Belt mountain branch at or near Armington. one route goes through the Judith gap, following substantially the survey of the Burlington to Castle. Th...

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. — 11 June 1892

UNDER A GREIAT'I ROOF TWENTY THOUSAND DEMOCRATS MAY ASSEMBLE AT CHICAGO. As Usual, the Lake City Outdoes Her self nl C'onmtructs the Largest Conven. tion Hall Ever ICnown-Proboable Influ enee of New York Furtlons. (Spe.. atl Corre.ti.,dlence.] CmllzcAoo, .Jnle 2.--While the wigwam in which tlhe Democratic eonventi on is to be hehl onl June l l is not it hand soilne strutture, it is well alapted for the object in view. Situated on the lake Irult. lietween Mladison land Wash ington streets, it is r lemoved fron mutu ch of the noisy anud bustle of the city. True. a nume.r of railroad tracks run between it and the lake, lint t here are Ino wilndows or doors on its eastern side, THE CONVENTION HAI... and the rattle of trncks or clanlor of locomotive bells will not disturb the proceedings. Neither will the smoke from the engines find access into the building and clog the thlroats of the ,,rators. as was the case It the cunven tions hell in the old Exposition building. There was some talk ...

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