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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

OF THE EIYS __ WE Saturday. Fah. 29 W. M. V heeler and M. Warren of an Francisco are in the city. Si Marks of Butte, representing an astern clothing house, is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. Siehen and Olive C. arrow arrived from Cascade yesterday. Mrs. Fred Anderson will go to Great ails this week to join her husband. ewistowo emtocrat. A ntartinge license was yesterday is ued to iJremiah Kelleher and Miss artha ause Brooks, both of Monarch. 'The lowest temfperaturo at CreatFalls r the 24 hours ending at ri p. in. yes rday was - 7 degrecs: the highest. 21 grees. Judge Benton yesterday set the ti ial John it iastian, charged wi h the urder, October 18, last, of his w ie, for undnay, A] arch 1;. L 1 'ater and family arrived in Great ails tromo Onaiba yesterday moriing, r. Plister expects to remain here and gage in sineu kind of business. The annual state convention of the A. A. society, recently concluded at naconidl, has selected Great I fills as t place of mne titg fur the next annual...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

SPAIN AND CUBA Another Stirring Chapter in the Spanish-Cuban Controversy Is Written. POSTPONEMENT FOR A MONTH Hoar Proposes to Defer Action Until the Sixth of the Corn ing Month. WA.%noroN, March D.-Another stir ring chapter in the Spanish-Cuban con troversy was added by the senate today. Many senators indicated a desire to be heard on the subject, and the conference report accepting the house Cuban reso lutions went over till tomorrow. In an ticipation that the last stage of the Cu ban question would be reached, the sen ate galleries were besieged by the greatest crowds seen since the session opened. The epoech of the day was made by Senator 1ale of Maine, in vigorous op position to those resolutions and to the offensive interference of the United States in foreign questions. The senator leclared that the spirit of militarism was abroad in the land; that our course in volved possibilities of war, with all its dreadful consequences. Hale brought .,ut the kindly action of Spain at th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

EYDEN CASE ift of Testimony by People haw the Shooting, examination of JOFir RWANsTO ed when court reconvened ning lie admitted that know which way the boxes Loyden's chair and the "lookout" aat wore that his recollection 0 Lion of the chair after Lr y had fallen was no better. to ked to the stove, with his his hip pocket, the whole saloon moved away from was not acared. Tig did egry when he left the stove ward Leyden immediate e shooting. d eihart, related the "Texas ike e as Attorney Leslie had It d also the facts, as outlined Mr: , concerning the diliculty wSi $nd a barber. I ned, witness denied that h Im that his (liga weight li'11.i1AM iiTON, !n orer, of cihurt, eia that en standing behind the atove maida ere is that faro dealer? I at tofis that -- - When Hg1 Iked from the stove to l,,ylen, the ter uboakt, loud enough for all in the ,r h i ear, If thia man has any inde s they ought to take hiii ized letyden'e left arni. ydea was in lhis right hand. J!: d, 'ý ot afraid of your g...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report a Baking RqY1 Powder ABISOUTELY PURE YELLS AND IUSI( Headed by Foraker the State Con vention Declares for the Fa vorite Son. OHIO REPUBLICANS ENTHUSI The McKinley Boom Is Now Launche and Ready for Aggressive Service. COLUMBUS, O., March 10.--The Grant opera house could not hold half the pea pie wanting admission this afternoon te the republican state convention. Bandi entertained the crowds in front of the building until the convention was caller to order at 4 p. m., and that was all tha' many of the visitors saw or heard o what is called the McKinley convention The first demonstration was wher Chairman Ickes escorted Senator-eleci Foraker to the presiding oticer's chair and from that time on ono demonstra tion followed another on the mention o1 McKinley's name or references to him After prayer by Rev. J. C. Watt Chair man Ickes reviewed the McKinley cam paign in Ohio and the two campaigns succeeding his administration, an...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VO)LUMI E XII. ~" GREAT FALLS, ,MONTANA, 1,I.UDAY , MAR('II 'o. , 19la;. *N II iLEJ -I S0 ll Al01 1XI I 1 (rave Senators lhaeve No]t Yet wSaid Their Say on the ('llan 1t's.olutions. AMBASSADOR BAYARD TODAY ItlOse to Vote on the Rlesolutions of Censure This After Ioon. WASmINuTON, March 19.--Ouba had the entire attention of the S nate today. t,i.eeches being made by Gray, Chilton uald Caffrey, the debate being enlivened t, many spirited incidents. Gray's plea for Cuba brought on a running cross tire of ,iomment and inquiry from iHale. T'he I.luware senator caused much amuse anm nt by referring to tla'o cc th, "scuna t,' from Spain." Anoth',r vi-lrouu c-on hiution to tie debar,' calt fri'im (t ill tl .- If "Texac, who hhltd,rni ht.il e see thu :i to. Ito urq:g : twat eh r.-, ,,: e ahun,i work at hots' 1,i 'e , ,q :y th:" tttrrlm a 'ALiterin . ri( -, a I t rI,... n't, r an , ir punr ibilitie o if -a . ( i, 1 ry t al-e i t,,e rd tihe l.teuin t - )'enla i I,,....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

CHANGE OF TUNE C.bs Makes Way For Free ('oinage on the Floor of the I lited States Senate. SPEECH BY SENATOR COCKRELL In the Ilouse a Democrutir 3Member Is Fired and a Iepublican Seated. the ,.,ate, tday to, (' k r .l' elairati . peeriih, o,.i'upyina four hours, ,n the linancrial ,u'iitiion. 'Thire' were Hpirit,.d referen,'.s , ('I ,,i early in the' fa., when it j,{,velped during thin rxplana tion by I lodge that the i:tnrirr itt . ir: foreign rilatii.i tal reurueived from Secretary i lney a etateiim:nt by S,'rin I)upuy Ii,i l ,Ie, the' Spanis miinistir giving the .Spianish iew "f tih, ,i'a,. This brought iout very niriMn t0 i -u .'I .. tions from Holar andi W 'l .,tt that thel Henati- hie itr. I in pt se. s ,i,. ,,f thi ini portarut t..t imoriy. Coikr lli ' s ieich w - a'in i..aborati prr, sentation of the finanrcial ,.a,,tion from the silver Htar ,lr,in;t; '"o rr.atch Ho thiat lioar, in the course of i,,iurry, stati i that it waI the aiblo.t Ap,' d that hr: hai ever listniild to,....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

FLASH INTHE PAN Kentucky Legiiators Are Unable to Scare Up Even a Little Fight. ANOTHER FRUITLESS BALLOT Armed Troops Are in Poseelsi(m of the State (apitol Builling. FIIANKl'orii', Ky., March 1G.--Today's expected sensation in the senatorial con test flashed in the pan. Bitter talk and a fruitless ballot tells the story, anil those features have been present every day since the tight began. The scenes, however, had a different setting, and to the dramatis pertoi:iu wore added haout 400 blue coats from Louieville, I,,xnrg ton and Flrankfort. The salutary ITffct of this military display does not app,ear on the surface, because the reason f,,r its proeence was eppr.ehenrion, and not the existence of violence. 'Three corn panies of the state guard tuooli up theIir position on the state house grounds this morning and the Kentucky legislators filed through pickets to their meeting places in the capital. 'I'he presence of this armed force was the subject of nu merous resolutions and acrir...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUUSCRIPTION RATES. 'AII,'. WO3KLL. Onu year.......... $T0I ti)ne year..........$.0 4i trlonths........ 4.W HI nmnths....... 1.00 One nienth........ in Three month.. 71 .. 7 Un!ams paid in advance thndaily will Invert ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly $2 per year. , 1 fir six months and d0 cents per month for se than six montlh. &dvertmisu rat. frumlehed on application. Tee'a'uriuNr levee all ooUIpe litra far be hind in eircouItion. Advertiser may have so 0ean tto imt bcqiks at any thin. oubscriber~ desiring their address changed mus t.nEd their former addresm aa well ae the new addroes: this shold be remembered. TH_ . TI'IHUNL". reat Ball. Mont. Anlacoda has inaugurated a nmove ment to have the county seat removed froln I,-r l,.tge and located in the (''ppt.r (ity. Ax it has the, vtei, it is pr. abhle the change will be acti' , plis~Ll, thoiigh the old-tilrre in the tri i ttl, town of D)er Lnelg will not li brttih royal to retain it. Cu' , on, for Mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

NEWS F THE WEIIEK Saturdiay. March 14. ,-. S. JHobson of Utica is in the city. Mrs. E. R. Clingan of Belt is visiting Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. Judge Benton yesterday entered judg ment by default for 8528 10 in the suit, on contract, of the Cascade Ba. k of Great Falls vs. School District No. 1 of Teton County. Mrs. R. E. Farris, formerly station agent on the Montana Central at Elkl Park, has been transferred to Monarch, where she will taae the place of Station Agent Lillie, recently promoted to the position of manager of the telegraph ollice in this city. Obeerver Herzog of the local weather bureau will report a peculiar phenome non of Thursday night's snowstorm. 'Ihe flakes came down with a whirl, as if they had passed through varying air cur roiute. This caused them to unite until a s.np measurement taken as they fell .t:owed them to be round like a ball and as in:h and an eighth in circumference. F·our inches of snow fell. Attorney J. 13. Leslie returned yester day from Glasgow, where...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

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Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

ON A lHll HORSE Mayor McNally of Havre Suspends the Marshal and Police Magistrate. THE BUMS HAVE A TRUE FRIEND Mayor Opposed to the Prosecution of Vagrants--le May Be Impeached. Hpeclal to Tax TaInnuL IIAVRE, March 14.-The town is greatly excited over sensational levelop ments arising from the efforts of Town Marshal Gowrio and Police Magistrate Henry J. Meili to rid the community of men who have lived here over since the town was founded and who have never done any work in that time. Several days ago these officers, at the request of the better element of the town, notified the bums and rounders to leave town prior to Wednesday. Three of those who were so notified failed to obey and were arrested. Walter Turn bull was first tried and convicted. Hlis sentence was fixed at imprisonment in the county jail for 90 days. Sentence was suspended for five hours to give the man an opportunity to leave town Turn bull appealed to the district court and was released on bail. Then Mayor Mc Nally...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 March 1896

TRIAL OF MOLLIE THOMPSON Court Takes a MNtth n to D)is.ni-. the ( ane Under Adv -e ment, Defense (Claims Taat the State Failed to E~iabh,iihl Its Case Teatimo Sy. There was quito a crowd in Judge IRaco's court Monday afternoon to wit nees thu trialtf Mollie 'Th,ompson, on a charge of keteping open a public dance house, varioty theater or play houue on uutihIy. .\ssi-ttant City A tty. Stephioson app''ar'ed fur the state, andtl 11 Mloliu wa. t pr . t,, it b Ly John .. Itrgtent. ' I' r lirt 'I\\i.n cialt'iid for the state w H li b i ',, iI tl),t t, an e'ltl o t f t e th ai :'.'..: ho tesnti. I th, t r-. s a h it i ," h 1, . k ' Ml ,il e [ h il t .o, 1 h, n r ii liri r , ; I' - , l l i : i . I : h 1' , " '.tV . 1 ti," ' all r 1it w : A iV i ,,,i, 'i i i: , .t;i -,tll t' r, I'ti)' li l ti rtw ' : : ';r i.' si t`iiliit .ii :ti r tII trnlt 'lly '.ti l,;: I 1.[ I(ntk lit 11,t ]ir l' ,lll gt1 tit r .t ife t 1 the I'slti t h i bt1te i t ty I iv f : ilt tl ll, ) tl ut etill t ','ri t .i14ht. \...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOALJM 1E XII. (:REAT FALLS, MONTANA, ]i'li A 'Y , MACH 27, 19. _ - IMA." MORTON__SCORES New York Reynblicln State Conven tion Instructs for the Gov orner. PLATT HEADS THE DELEGATION In Minnesota Davis Got the Cheers and McKinley Got the In dorsement. New Youa, March 24.-Tae republican convention has finished its labors. The preliminary sparring that has been go. ing on for weeks ended in the final bat tie tonight, and forces that have been dormant for two years kept within the state boundaries the honor of the presi dential indorsement of the greatest state in the union, a state casting the largest number of votes in the electoral college. The indorsemeont goes to Levi P. Morton. The delegates are '1'. C. Platt of Tioge, W. Miller of Ierkimer, C. M. I)epow of New York, and E. Lautoriacht. The el teroates will be II. FaIl of 1 iarrietn, V. It. Witherboe of Fort ihenry, C. II. I;,tb teck of Rochester, and 1). AleMil hin of UtiTalo. The tlectorrt it largr w...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

DAY INCONGRESS Senator Morgan Takes a New Tack in Regard to the Cuban Resolutions. CLEVELAND TO GO ON RECORD The House Amuses Itself Censuring Minister Bayard for His Speeches. W,sntlN'creTx, March 20.-Just before the senate adjourned today Senator Morgan, who reported the Cuban reso" lutions originally and has from the start taken a prominent part i the senate de bate favorable to the recognition of the Cubans. introduced the following: "IR solved by the senate and house of repre sentatives of the Cnited States in con gress assemlled, That it is hereby declared that a state of public war ex ists in the island of Cub-s between the govermomct of Spain and the pe1l0e of that island, who are supporting a epar ate government unl-<r the nau e of the republic of Cuba, and a state if b-lliter ence between said governurects is hereby recognized." The signil anco of the resolution is that it is a joint resoluti.n insteail of a concurrent. and that it is conrined to the tare recognition of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

ALAS POOR DAVIS The Minnesota Man Will Be a Notable Victim of Misplaced Con fidence. ALLEGED FRIENDS STAMPEDED To McKinley-The Favorite Son May Not Be Mentioned in the Con vention. MExNEAPoLIs, March 23.-The repub licans of Minnesota will meet in state convention in this city tomorrow to elect four delegates at large to the St. Louis convention. A majority of the delegates are already here and but one name is mentioned. The delegates from the Du luth district are instructed for Davis, but they are not talking anti-McKinley and everyone else is sounding the praises of the Ohio statesman. It is nothing short of a popular uprising for McKinley, and it is not believed Davis' name will be mentioned tomorrow. The four delegates at large will certainly be instructed for McKinley and the Davis nen realize how futile would be their efforts to make a tight against such odds. The contest over who shall go to St. Louis is sharp from the fact that those most prominently mentioned are men who hav...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE -'UBCnIPTION RATES. NI ". *e l th3 .H. T) 0o In : ''ru , "l I y~", willt . i ,uu 5 .10u n tonI Lre Tl1 "t . t t tafl. !. I ll N l Iir t rD n if. 1 11.1r I1' ti( a tine , : turn r. rrriu r ý . . r ý 1 r t1ý r Iý ,l rn:0 ir i i i N' I n rathir I n ro in in 'hwiay Pf Iageil it jucy. n . of ti" r' ;ials i Iti."... ; . : di % it ruH' rUot anrc r . ,."may ar nn t! tt mill retaler a r I !t rct only drl-iracih,I -ry. It i t', bc hpud that ti b r.i , iet t }I } . 'r~al hm ar. . r n( the, Great ' -n hi r torA t At. Paul, a rtc p }.lr rvv " t tII ov. I tlh- road, waun intr r nari r ra r n fa (tink- n I1-.'s nu emrk !.r pay of cr;: U tr WI r a a "r at s T aalb the r 0 --r. tr.r; t;,r h r . 1: on t r." to r ,, ,+ IT'lrw n n.' c . No nmat~tnr how willing they may lit to intrerprret the divorce, code loosely, the lawy1er of North Dakota are evidently strict conatructionists when it comes to attempting to save the neck of a hur - derer, In proof of this may be mentioned an appeal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

h31V 2F THE WE'EKj WS W Sttarday. Macrcih (I. I iout. I .J. Filening of Fort As tinni net is vatitiug friends in (teat Faise. I). G. Browne, collootor of customn for ontana and Idaho, trnil sot arrived net Fort lBeutou yesterday. Stephen Leyden, convicted of tian eughter, is to he sentenced thiu tourn 4i by Judge Banton. ,t. 1Iackensie of the (last Block t)gtds store returned yosterday from t ctatern purchasing trip. George A. Wells returned yceterday i ing from a several woeke' vieit in ilthirn California and on l'uget tourtd. Patrick Dwyer of Ntihart, a native of tnr %a, was yentterday admitted to citi r -hip it the United S'atus by Judge nutnu. lu the district court yeeterdsy, the at of W. I). Howard vs. Jock Mcdini ,.wea dienmtesed, the appeal not hav I -tnu perfected. ":v. Morz of ItHelena will preach at rroiey Lutheran church, First avenue muth and Elieventh street, at 11 o'clock murrow morning, \ollie T''homtpson will ie tried by jury l Jttice RIace'a court it It o'ciock thin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

CHANCE TO SLEEP Unlooked-for Change of Base by the Senate on the Cuban Reso lutions. REFERRED AGAIN TO COMMITTEE The House Takes a Day for Debating a Bill Limiting the Death Penalty. W\%am,,eu roN, March 23.-An unex pected climax in the Cuban debate was reached in the senate today, when, on motion of Sherman, chairman of the committee on foreign relations, the Cuban resolutions were recommitted to the conference committee. The vote to recon mit was unanimous and without the formality of a rol. call. The general concensu. of opinion is that the commit tee vtoult so change the resolutions as to overcome the opposition that has de vbe.l)e4. lherruan, M. rgan and Lodge were eppointed to represent the senate in a further conference. Simultaneous li veith this action Millo presented Cuban reseoutions which pr )pose to go fur ther than has been eaggested at any previous tiee. 'I ey direct the pre: df-nt to request Spain to grant local self g:.vcrnment to Cuias. and in case Spain refuses, t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

STOR! Of 1OVE[ ANO REVENGE T eim. Lamereaux and Calvin O'Dell j Tell the Story of Their Trouble With the Shoshoies. Sounds Like the Old-Fashioned Dime r Novel Indian Tales-Rescue of an Indian Maiden Saturday morning United States Mar al McDermott of Cheyenne returned , in Malta with his two half-breed prie- " ore, who are charged with the murder l so Indian named Jim Washakie, the n of a well known chief of the Sho- t ones. This tribe lives near the Wind eer mountains and the headwaters of o Big Horn river in Wyoming. Fort 'eshakie is named after the old chief, thor of the Indian who was killed. A uioc;ei reporter visited the two prie ore in the county jail. The oldest is awed William Lamereaux and the ungest, who is a lad not yet of age, I id he went by several names, but that alvin O'Dell was good enough for him. amoreaux was at first inclined to be ticont but after a little while con ludedi that it could do no harm to tell is story, and related to the reporter the flowing romanti...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 March 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report PNPY8I BakiPU AaSOWTELV PURE "NOWWE WIL DIE TOGETHER," So Said John Sebastian, and Imme diately lie Shot His Wife. State Rests. and 'Testimony for the Defense Is liegun-Tes timony. In the district court, at 0:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, was begun the trial of the case of the State of Montana vs. John Sebastian. The defendant is charged with murder in the first degree, alleged to have been committed on the 18th day of last October, at a shack on the river bank, near the water company's pump-house, when defendant shot twice and almost instantly killed Lie wife, Frances Sebastian. Under the ifformatioc, the defenda.nt may be convicted .f murder in the firet degree, the pt'nalty f r which is death; of murder in the co, feid d-gree, the pon alty for c1ieb is imprisonrient in the state prion h r not ios than 10 years. or of ma ;,.u Ser: t penally for which is intiw4''t''l I thli stato prison for not tco, Iro! 1 inr Couutty .un a...

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