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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 July 1892

wýg HMURAN W. E. CJHAMBKRLAIN. p.fIlHAiti' SWY6 frIE 1J'IH 131 J 3 W E L 3C R 120 WEE K TRIBUNCE. eaAvu. IHIE XIi REAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATUlRDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1892. NUMBER 54 = THE GREAT CLEARANCE SALE STILL CONTINUES AT THE BOSTON. SECRETI CONFEREfNCE, nor Pattisonm ('lometed With Ith Lenders of the Hiomestead Strikers. Stnkers Appear to be Perfemtly alrirwAd With the Result of the Conference. *Militia 11ill Remain in Home. %teiad. However, as Long as the slightest Taymble is Feared. bysI o ia u. July 21.- A secret con we lver an hour in length was held k evening between the governor of mneYlcaniathe president of the Ancal mated exsociation of Iron and Steel wkers of America, and the chief legal elmer of the 5,000 striking employee of r armegie mills. In almost every re lct the meeting was a remarkable one, aresults of which, it is believed, will fttifor a landmark in the industrial, Iwand political affairs of the state. OthertGov, Pattison, Weibe. nor tiren WOulJ consent to be...

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. — 23 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 23.1 IS. THE TRUTH HURTS. Nothing hurts so badly as the truth. Ever since the Homestead slaughter republican journals have been kept busy in an attempt to explain how the princi ple of protection is not involved in the differences existing between the employ er and the employes at that place. One declares that riots and strikes have oc curred in, what they are pleased to call, "tree trade England." But admitting they have, that fact doesn't seem to help their case. This is seen by another that in turn loudly proclaims that Carnegie is an "old hog" who is ful y able to pay his workmen their usual wages but that he is too greedy to do it. And still an other asserts that the low price of steel billets and manufactured iron necessi tated the cut in wages, while a fourth points to the apparent difference between the pay in this country and England in cimiliar works to prove that American workmen have no cause to grumble at redactions of wages. But twist...

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. — 23 July 1892

CHNED WITH MURSDER, 0at~ issued For the Arret of the IA.aler$ of the Home stead Strikers. 11 jonneIl Not at Houiestead at tIi4I Friends May He Will Return. y Night in Homestead-Will .tad fly the Striking Workmen. rue, July 18.-This afternoon iar p. T. Jovejoy, of the Carnegie copany, appeared before Alder geMastere and made information aseven of the Homestead strikers arrest on the charge of murder n threatened for several days. forrn tines, although not entirely .ted created considerable sur rod excitement and were the sub consternation on the streets all ernoon and evening. They were against Hugh O'D)onnell, leader of rikers; John McLuckie Burgess. of tead; Silvester Cricthlow, An Flaherty, Samuel Burkett, James eagan and Hugh Rose, who are col elyrcharged witb the murder of T. noors and Silas Wayne on the morn iJuly tith, during the riot. Con was a Pinkerton man, 10 years of and lived at No. 80 Bond street, toerlr. lie wts struck on the back a dynamite bomb and had his arm crushe...

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. — 23 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUSDAY. JULY , 1s.2. BUSINE14 NOT NKTI5SENT. Yes, Great Falls is destined to be the seat of government of Montana. The city is built that way. Nature and man designed her for a metropolis. Climate, location, resources, accessibility, enter prise, business thrift, stability- -all are hers and are potent arguments in her favor in the coming capital contest. The location of the capital Is purely a ques tion of business, not of sentiment. It is on that platform that Great Falls stands. Viewed in the light of a business prop osition Great Falls has the best of the question. It has a delightful climate, cool in summer. warm in winter, with but little snow. Her location is nearer the geographical center of the state than that of any of the candidates for capital honors. At her doors are manifold re sources of the mines. the fields, the ranges and the forests. She is on a line of railroad that tape the most thickly settled portion of the state and another year will see...

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. — 23 July 1892

jii11 DASEDAIL ASS'M KtnR of the Directors at the Temporary Capital on Monday. 6-itd eeries of (ames to be Play 1( Great Falls Protests oiverruled. iretlary 4tevenson (f Hozeman s4a4ceeled by K. W. Davia of Butte. Ate meeting of the directors of the tana Baseball association, held in a Monday, several matters of im- n aece were acted upon. It was de- I that the second half of the season l constitute a separate series, the iern of the championship in the two s, if they happen to be different bs, to play five games between them for the championship of the state. the clubs were represented; Helena William M1uth; Butte by Manager ell; (reat Falls by Manager Melli; lel by Manager Morin; Philipaburg president Titus and Bozeman by ctar Stevenson. president Cowen, of the leage, pre The question of increasing the number games for the remainder of the season es discussed, but the smaller towns Lid they couldn't stand it. Twenty Lanes for the second series were de ided upon. The amendment to t...

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 July 1892

THE CEVR D'ALENE TROUBLES, The Unilted States. Troops, in PossesM slion oft the Dis~trict-3Iar tial Le.tv Preveails.. The' Strikers' Blowui F1 Bridtces-TIhe thle seeldiers.. Hauil ldue!s Ceewlaup~ie.. oreredeue Not toe Nell Ticket-u tee Poeinats ini sthi situae ee (bout'. IHoou:.rfin. July 1..-The story runs in Homestead tonight that there are al ready fifty non-union workmen in Car negies mills, and although both the Car negie n anagers and the strike-leaders deny the story it has found currency and belief among the men and is per haps the chief topic discussed upon the streets tonight. Fire was started in one of the heaters today and the eight of steam very nearly precipitated a conflict between the troops and the met. As soon as the steam rose a large body of strikers who were near the railroad in front of the mills made a hasty move ment toward the gate and the provost patrol hurriedly got between them and the entrance. Bayonets were brought to a charge and the men were halted. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 July 1892

OF PERSONS KILLED. . Trains Attempt to Pass on the tIte Trcuk Near Meriton. Ontario. EnginIs Demolished and Several p.assegerw Killed and Injured. p.,Ible Tragedy Esacted in Nouth Dakota Yes terday. S. CATrHICINFs, Ont., July 18.-The whmeat express from Buffalo collided th the local train at Port Colburn on Welland division of the Grank Trunk road between St. Catherines and Mer. n this morning. Four persons are rted killed. A short distance west of Meritton 10on 4n the Grand Trunk a short o bridge crosses the water power way and the engine of the boat n had just crossed the structure en the collison occurred. The hirst hee of the boat train were thrown the track and over the embankment aging into the race stream, while the lnea were completely demolished and sre thrown across the track to the op tebank. Up to noon three bodies d been secovered from the wreck' ey were recognized as Isaac Chapman the mail train; David Hunt, fireman the host train and a passenger named analyck, belong ...

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 July 1892

TELEPHONE TALKS. SOUTH AMERICA MAKES A FEW RE MARKS ON RECIPROCITY. The Motives of the Bunk Osm aibseveled to the Farmer-High Wages and Rore Markets Lo Not Materialise-Csanada's Appeal for Recogitlon. United States-Hello! Hello! South America-Hello! U. S.-Is that you, South America? S. A.-Yes: what do you want? U. 8.-This is United States. You know we put a reciprocity clause into what we call the McKinley bill, that we passed here last fall? S. A.-Yes, I heard you did. U. 8.-Well, that clause authorizes the president to put duties on tea, coffee, sugar, molasses and hides. S. A.-Aren't you mistaken? I thought your constitution gave your congress full and exclusive power to lay and col lect taxes, duties, etc. U. S.-Yes, so it does; but I haven't time to discuss a constitution now more than 100 years old. As I was going to say, the president can put a duty of 8 cents per pound on your coffee, 1!Z cents per pound on your hides and 2 cents per pound on your sugar, if in his opinion yo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 30 July 1892

Mont Historical 0odo6 X- WEEKY TRIBUNE. 1 E . GREAT FALLS. MONTANA S TORIG, JULY , 1892 NUMBER y3[E XI. GRIEATI FALLS, MONTANA, S TUIRDAY MORNING, JULY J0, 1892. NUMBER &59 STHE GREAT LEARANCE SALE STILL CONTINUES AT-- " THE BOSTON. _'_ ____ ___ _ NESOIA REPUBLICANS e Nelhon Nominated for tGovernuor Lby tihe (onvention in $e siini at ,t. PauIl. 't l . tloulnh leceive. the Nonmi Inatiol for Iieutenant Gov erlllor. I tonventilon Illdorsee the 1'hti - forml of the National ('on ventiom. T. PIt r.. July 28.-The repulbliena n !tec:llention meot in the Auditoriuul 11 this morning, and after etfectingt a porary'organization by electing M. Duonell temporary chairmln and intiug preliminary committees atl met] till 2 p. m. The ':ovention was late in rcasselm ng and it was after 2:30 before it got 'l to business on account of the corn ttees not having completed their work. W. ti. Eustis was called on for a speech U, acending the platform, spoke brief ending his speech by presenting a lotio...

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 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUSLIBBI BYt THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. I INcORPOMATEU. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbeeriptiono most be paid in advance. PAiI,. j WSi Y. One yea.by mel,.0 One ear. by . .00 l mouz.the. " .llW li moNnths. 1.25 One month. 1.6) I Three motl s," 75 One week. by carrier. Iangle cpy. - Advertlsing t rte furliehed on applicatlon. The ciroulation of the Tribnune in Northern Montana is .camateed to exceed that of any pe per vuhflshed in the state. ¶obP.riber deslring their addresm changed must send the. f.ormer adldres as well a. the new addres thi. should he remembered. Addrees: TIosIvelU COMPANY, treat Falls. Montana Ior Preeldent, GROVER CLEVELAND. For lVice-Pridenlt. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. idction :1. We denonnee republilcan pnlte. tion al a frlud: a rihltery of the ar.et majority of t.e Amerlcan people flr the benefit of the few. We declare it bt Isn a fundamental prlnel. tile of the dlneminratit party tlhat the federal government han no rIimltittinloal Dpower to i-. pte. an...

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 July 1892

)[ORABLE NAMES. TER WELLMAN MAKES A STUDY FAMOUS FAMILY PATRONYMICS. isdred Angllo-Sazon Names Con. ** gi,, Amerlean History--mith - the List. While Williams, Jones, .ad Johnson Take High Honora. NSpecial Correspondenee.l AelsoTON, July 14.-Did you ever -a ,tudy of names? I never did today, when it occurred to me to what names have most frequent eared in the list of American ten, I was prompted to this by frac that now for the first time in tory of the country two men bear the salte name sit in the cabinet ils. making this study of names and ilies, I collated from official sources of about 10,000 of the men who Sheld conspicuous place in the pub srvice since the foundation of the blic. The classes of persons in. l1 are delegates to the Colonial and nental colgresses, tile senators, rep ,tatives and territorial delegatc.s of feleral congress, tealinet minist(ters, sof the supreme and o,ther federal s, high officials of the exccutive trtlelnt, governorsl' of states antd tonres, diploc...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 30 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY .0.18 5. THK PRICE OF LABOR. It is said that the chairman of the Homestead investigating committee, at ter looking over the schedule of wages paid to somne of the striking employee of the Carnegie works, exclaimed: "I never heard of such wages." Mr. Boat nor may or may not have said it. It makes no ditTerence so far as the cause of the Hlomesteil troubles is concerned whether he said itor not. The man who says he never heard of such wages being paid to employes is not well informed. The price of labor is fixed by unrh.Lnge able laws. If two employers run after one laborer it is high: if two laborers run after one emphloyrr it is low. In the ear ly days in C'alifornia tiner's wages was $1; a day . .\ t tatit lilled up wages dropped to clo. then to 8i. and to 86: to S1. and thdiay it is much less. Every mall wlho ciiulid handle a pick and n hovel in placer mines in thoiiis days passed as a "micer" and ireci vlid miner's wages. The price of labor was ...

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 July 1892

THE MOUNTAIRNS Great Northern Railway's Al. legrl project to Reach San Francisco. p,.oible Rolutes Disuscned-One (,, ;,o stlherly and the Other Wiesterly from Butte. Newl Itid Will Give Great Falls Iirr't ('ommnieation with the Coast. at there is an uneasy feeling among p railroad magnates all around, and i cularily those controlling the great tweet country, is manifest, which not hean allayed at all by a declara fromn St. Paul that James J. Hill, dent and controlling spirit of the t Northern railway, proposes an ex n of his system from Butte to San c cisco. r. Hill is regarded by observing men one of the most remarkable railroad t of the. Twenty years or so ago he t a common freight handler at St. ul. The same thing might also be d of Towne, Clark, Fillmore and a re of others who have been con- I nous in the growth and develop eat of railroads in this country, t with this difference: lill the practical controller, financial enger and one of the chief owners of e Great Northern. He ...

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 July 1892

IIVESTIGATIING THE CAUSE Robert and William Pinkerton Before the ('ongrerional Investigat inng Committee. They Claim1 That Their llen Went to Homentead I narned. Not Ex Iartina a Battle. They Were G(iven Arnn ()nly After Several of Their Nnniber Had keen Killed. \Vv .ýIo.,NroN, July '2.-- The sub-com mittee of the house committee on judi ciary. charged with the investigation of the Homestead labor troubles resumed its session in this city today. The hear ing here will be devoted to the orgamza tion and management of the Pinkerton detective agency. Robert Pinkerton of the Pinkerton agency, was the first wit ness called. A prepared statement was submitted on behalf of the Pinkertons. It recites the history of the Pinkerton agency; says it frequently furnished watchmen to protect property: those sent to Homestead were chosen with great care: seldom allow men to carry arms: never allowed their men to carry arms unless deputized legally by the authorities. At first they refused to send m...

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 July 1892

IpWAKD VAVGI DEIAD. ¥ause Uan Whom Every One MLkeo p pepted Dies of Hls Inairles. ward Vaughn died at 2:35 Sunday jg at the residence of hisauncle, Vaughn, on Fifth street, near d avenue south. His death was by paralysis, resulting from the be sustained several weeks ago from 0ft of the Axtel stables. It will be ,bered that Mr. Vaughn who was a ter of the Hook and Ladder com wae sleeping in the loft over the of which he was manager for his e. when an alarm of fire was oded. He sprang out of bed and ed for the stairs but fell through h hay trap to the stable floor 14 nlow, striking on the back of his lie received the best attendance but was oe only for brief period from time he was injured up to the time tideath. When the accident oc the father and mother of Mr. h who reside in Illinois, were phed to and arrived in this city I days ago and were present when . 'rhe deceased was 28 years old came to Montana about five yeaa He mado hosts of friends by hi y and straightforward bearing al...

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 July 1892

FOR WOMAN'S WORK. THREE BUILDINGS THAT ARE A CREDIT TO THE AGE. They Owe Theilr Existence to the Ener gles of Women Who Seem to Have Adopted "Forward" ai Their Prinrl pal Watchword. The completion of the Woman's tem pile at Chicago marks an epoch in the progress of temperance, of womanhood, of popular taste and united moral enthu siasm-in short, to sum it up in one phrase, the progress of the United States of America. In no other nation could such a noble structure have risen sorap. T I THE I 1 1'A(;O TI:aMl.Ir. illy and been paid for by woene's ef. forts. It is the property of the iWomain's Christian Temperance union, but almost ,very organization fur moral reform did something to aid it. and the result is be yond controversy one of the wonder's of the age. It stands upon thile corner of La Sall and Monroe streets. mingles the Frelch and Gothic in its architecture, is thir teen stories high, and from the graceful array of turrets which form the three -toried roof springs the glitte...

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. — 6 August 1892

l WEEKLY TRIBUNE. E. I. CHAMORNINAIN, W.. OHAMBER LAIN 1A4 XIt. Am EAT 120 Ce'tral AYMU,1 SXI. UIFEATI FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST'1 6, 1892. N UMBER 6ib THE GREAT CLEARANCE SALE STILL CONTINUES THE BOTONAT ' THE BOSTON. IAMPtEDE AT DUUUESNEI lih.perate Att(lempt to Prevent itr ik.e IIFromI, lietul'lilln to Work Fails. Ie ltters I'S Iti', ti llland Stolies The 3Militia )lOlered 44 to the '1i el FaoIt Ileitisltieild. Nit iltu r 1of Ml enu Ass.llllli ed Intl •oup Seriously Injured War 'allnts I'Sllted. lion ,l ;s. 1'a.. August 1. The moral suasion of clubs and stones was aIopted by a few desperate strikers to prevrnt or delay a stamnpedo at I)uquesne tody .\ s a result several persons were beaten and the militia is in charge of te steel works here. Yesterday it aine evident a break was imruinent. A large number of the strikers had be m'C conI inced the light was lost and ent to the mill office where they in tribed their names in the application book. There were a number o...

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. — 6 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUBLtHED BT THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. rtLNCOPOaATAD.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subsoriptions most be paid in advance. DAILY. WlSLY. One yeas.)y malt,10.t One year, by mail $2.OfO Nix month." 1. I Stli months, 1.2.1 tue month. " l.t) Three monti e." 75 Otne week, by cArrier.21. ingle copy. - f Advertising rtoo furnished on application. The circulnation of the Tribnnein Northern Montana is uaranteed to exceed that of any pa per pnblihel in the state. fSubaeribera diiring their address changed nast end thei former address as well e the new addre.es this ehould be remembered. Address: TnFrnatns 4;OuPAiNY. Ireat Fkils. Montana For President. GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Pre*ldent. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. ec'ion :. We denounce republican protec tion as a frad: a robbery of the areat nmajority of ihe Amar c o ople for the benefit of th fei. We d Aeclre it to ie ia fundamental T rinel Iie of the democratic party that the feleral overnmuent hla no ron.titutional Dower to ito. pose a...

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. — 6 August 1892

S' TALK OF PARIS. AFRICANS NOW DISCUSSED IN THE GAY CAPITAL. IIs a rbarian Princess and the Sera ierocious Monarch--Both Are ivng Attention, hbut of Diffrent inds. o Afriltcts are now the talk of One is a bright and rather pret *rl and the other a bloody old king. p:risians speak iof her as La Jolie eno and of him-well, they havo 1 titles which wuld not look well ulih, lbut the favorite one may be iated. "The Old Black Monster." is th kinlg of Dahomey and the is entelnat Mizon recently passed two in ri utral Africa. crossing from Benne river to the Congo and thence , dwn to the European stations. traversil a region as yet unvisited hite men and won the friendship of eat chief, whose capital-Igbobe- iboult 1:,000 inhabitants. The chief ' bhter, llen thirteen years old, ex ,ls woluterful intelligence, and her sity tosee the wiorld was so grneat she lg.aled permissioin to go with whites. br ul'Il for lanigntii t 4 .tnithed Frenhi. as lite spoke ,l l the dialects hat part oif Africa, nu...

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. — 6 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE BATUlDAY. AUGU8T I. W180. Democratic Stale Convention A dlotillaIratic stateo ,lnent.ltu il herebl) calle to be held in the cit)' of (treaet lall.s Montana on Monday. $sptemb r 12. ItL, at I o'clock p. in Tfr tale pnrleol' oI nmittiu at candidaBt tel f atitt" 1 ofldcer%. it cauildiHtP for th n a Utional hoI(Ce of .retprlntlltivee., tll three pr..s idenutil . ieeto's, nlud for thii thns tla,1te Dof ali.ut h thlert il, ineas Its h all IrlaoPrliy cOllle befrP lh c olvent, tllon. u Inttn lardt " Wnith it rla llntil adllntel b til" .tat,, deIII raIti'. 1.,,inmliitte, the dolLt- ates l. AJtnill ltelrnts l to h tll e I o I llltll lionv In h ld at IHon llttn. Joul. I .t1 2, are ti daPhttI and at. lerua psist in mokinrlvti t l gerat'hl in (treat Thetof the r all ( ttra ll nllhitte hil dti llt thin fo tllh w ainlt rli for thuI illitornmof the rltan lt. Dlngates ur. d i n ,, th lale,( ated thall be idt l nortit risiwll- t f h t 'llr l .l they reprn - 2. In tilrt a vlen. W .o...

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