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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 May 1896

moat UiStoMies Sle SGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUIME XII. (GREATJ FALJS, )ION''ANA, Yip I IDA Y , AY ' , I896. N IH'Ell 9 LAST FEAMMER I al Indiana Republican Convention Breaks the Baekof the Anti Me Kinley Men. HARRISON DID NOT SHOW UP In Michigan the Free Coinage hlepubh t licans Make Their Strength Felt. ])i:rtotrr, May 7."-An animated light over the money question was the most t striking feature of the Michigan repubt. Bean convention. It resulted in squolch-t ing both the gold plank offered by the majority and the silver plank subli tted vy the minority of the cotutitt e on n-volutions, and the substitution there for of the money plank of the Minneap- 1 .1lis platform of Ilt2. McKinley was in oused most unequivocally ant delegates it large were elected, two of them with out contests. I). M. Ferry was chosen chairman of the state central conmmittet, but it is not certain he will accept the post, both himself and General Alger, whose name w as also presented, having declined t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 May 1896

SPRY AT SIXTY. The Remarkable Vitality of an Aged Californian. Stands To-day Unscathed by Disease-How He Conquered Rheumatism-His Story will Interest aud Benefit all Old Folks. There to et lenst ,eu :; , 1'raniieoio tol- w : . despite the fui t t4 1.: 1 age and of cerjd1 use of all tile pl "I< James }C. is is e i 1 dealer at it who is r him fr,,:.a a LLet of 1' fat apt::\: Mr. I .t y c.:r t ., ': .., ,. : : , of o' pt 1', Ut u ':r tort It a ctu1' r da\n n Sti:. Lit'-.* ti a ! had t 1 d t Ile 1 t l ". t7 r lease it :I . , I. tt .1 case, draet rt' Siter. 'atet , *' .. u the u'r ' l p whtun : af ei rr.' : f ii 'itn ti o10 I''I .o=a " 't if". tit,'r'f H'~ 4r "uilol -'i I 1 1 i l ~ ' III'' TVn "I tT, T 1. 1 ','ll, I T " ,t !' I, II' l ilt' J coI' * i, ", II'' IIi I 'I I1TI'niI~ rnua~n u:" _r r.'nr.I :L llT ~ r ,.. ' I , 111 " ITT ~"l I" 1'l 11 '11 "II : II IX , tr 'llIt II' ' u'"tl 'I . , I' l-Tir 'ý .. I', TI, 1'' , I' III 'u "I- I ; 1I' I, I' _l n,.I ~ I r t III IIt Itru1 I +1 I r l...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 May 1896

IN SOUTH AFRICA Meeting of the TransvalLl CongresH and Address by President K rueger. LARGER REPUBLIC PROBABLE Prospects That John Hays llatinnnnd Will Escape With an Easy Meotence. Copyrighted, 1.-00, by the Atnoeatet ire-. Pa1'tst.oitmi, May a.-Tho volkersadipar liament of the Transvaal) was opened to day by President Krueger. (ireat and most unusual interest was taken in the proceedings, in view of the recent div closures made by the publication of the cipher telegrams exchanged iotween Cecil dhodes, then premier of Cape Col ony, and others who took a more or lees important part in the Jameson raid. Numbers of the sturdy fighting fartii-re came here days ago in order to bring their inltuence to bear upon tIe inrom bers of the executive council in the hope of bringing about the mitigation, if not the entire commutation, of eentetwo of the convicted leaders of the Johannes burg reform committee. But it is use less to deny that the publication of the series of incriminating telegram...

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. — 8 May 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY WISELY. One year......7.00 One year......81.50 Biz months.... 4.010 Nix months....1.00 One month..... 75I'hree. months.... 75 Unless e..ht is n ovonre the doily will imear ably he 75 creats per month, and the weekly $5 per year, $1 fir oix rintnhi ol and ruents per month for lees than six months. Advertising raters 7arme ihed on atplication. Tnax rotors+ haris olt 1iilllt,.", lii far t> hind in rircul.,tiiti. 5wd r li'es.,y have ac' heasto its hooksat any tiono. Subeeribers diesirig thiir address changed most seed their tryore d ctros +ie well as the new address, this hot ld ie roem iebored; THE' hlttUNh;. (tres Falls. Mlont. Thte, socreti rr thi . I iii' I lt I.. jI letter to :: Ir: 7, <n I, ft make tit:- ('lu 1 exclusite; . It ,rught art t'. I antuv'i ,h I' n ,- i e,' I' 'I: tr ject u (l~ ti . r ti ., t f r th b e forr fro* \t t1n f 22t'i ity that there Iea in the art " 1. '.10 t: .i b t Sent bt ti:le . ;t i i it til, insitrs: l ....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 May 1896

EwSuryL WEEK S atur hay ]hl y 2. lr 1rnest Crutcher has gone east on 'oh'I'. Curtis is expected to return in y or two from St. Paul. lics Florence Heldt left yesterday for tail with friends at Fort Assinniboine. '" 1. Walsh, of the West side, left teelay for a six weeks' visit in Win ,or;s I. Mullery, Il. It. Nelson and mry iourmeister came dowu from Cae o eaterday. hajlNe A. Wolf and family will leave ,,,w morning for A kron, (1., where 'il i(10. shn I;. lGieske, Mrs. E. C. Robinson, . 11. W. Millard and Miss Millard e 1i the city from Bolt yesterday. t;. Cildwell, of Butte, state presi I of the A. ' A~, was conferring yes ay with members of the local lodge. 1. If. McKnight, manager of the liit, Cattle company, has returned ii a visit to the company's Fergus nu ranch. The Judith Cattle con v i, espying a large number of beit thi year. 1'. I )odeon returned yesterday I.i i,, where he made a canvass ti- t 'rests of the Anaconda Stand I'. il. Ieacoiy, who took Mr. I),d < , in ireat...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 May 1896

AN AIVI{L XVRECK m~n as a l itIatal I":\ C1NC,' WAS THE SCENE ! IP t. Kill. d and Inn, l.41 x! .r tl l ut ti. - " ieatest con it-ton. 1' to pldce in thi busi .st rtr part of the city tld t t'wre n packed with e er 'or W'V alnut street "ao ,:. I t' Adoii' I '. rach us a a can. , owned ,.at part of the I ilio , t the ,"I r part was own-d l atr.. at. tLO brat ticor of ' 11 l at P:. ' tot street was b, a sa'o'a run bh Eci oper t" r' of the 'oe -tore ' !. :at . It is a .. 1 auc it man.y peo ait' '' "t uts'u y were t:. A ) o : .t e'I, as the t , ap1ed. '[hero use no 're to enc ruI'" ti l debris and wake certair too dlath of all in the bui!dig. bhit tho d out and debris con tinued tying for a long time so densely that the work of rescuing the victims proceeded with great dilticulty, although the police and lire departments rallied heroically to the work. The saloons are said to have been full of people. One of the barkeepers. who was not on duty at the time and escaped, lived in one of the...

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. — 8 May 1896

jEH THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE ,ile County Republicans, in Con Sention Assembled, Declare for Free Coinage. gales to the state Convention livted and Binuing Resolu tions Adopted. rio repuoIINca couuty nuuveuuou., ich convened Saturday in the court ace, was an enthusiastic free silver emlblage, and left no uncertainty in the ad of any who attended its sessions t the republicans of Cascade county wider the financial question the para unt weue of the hour in this cam gv, and further that they indorse the nd taken by the Montana representa iv congress on the silver question. et Noice was raised against the adop I of airy of the strong silver senti. at, undi resolutions quoted below, Ige 'allatnt in a speech whio t was re ti with marked favor more than tIl at the probability of a goldbug eitl'nt and the adoption of a goldbug ii u, and intimated broadly that in el uit it would be the duty of Mon M on- repub lieans to lot the presidential it t, to the devil, and turn all their lti-I to saving the...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report B- PowUdr AB&OLUTELY PU WE RED T0 A JNRN f 'pr !.c t i'., r '! * .if r c t- hadi "" t.1 t stntl.i f ; ril th r, nlutiulol 7 :-tt'.'ll *w t i tie :it1 I. ",u, '... I' f" ted, yr-, i~i iiiatI '. -ti Il .s rca -h-U 1t" a:. ;+:, " Hi; 1 lit ILLte -Is, v :II' . :-o u t tol his 5y.itI,ýh c a 1' retlaiL ,"'-xiang- with Wolcott, " ,n l" att-"r tn-il" to pall H ill to The Hll.e. X.½rrrt.rN., May I -The house to day eerv-rd noice on the senate and country that it had transacted its busi ness and was ready for final adjourn. ment, by passing, without division, a r'-solution for final adjournment Mon day. May 1i. The reading was reelived with an out -nurst 'f applause from members of both -d- of the jous. le""ler \. Ala denounced the 0. irity f proposing to 'iesert thei: 11 .. , tl at eurine the can e '1 t!.- republicar party 1f t'. --' .Ei-latr for tih 'unt e ir ing U', F-rt, ir, n eithout " ",f: l' . rc', .-t it e 'e `r s , t 0 '...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

mont Hitorlile oll 3. - GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. j ML - - III- (-A I FA-LLS, MON'T..ANA, I . . '. ..... ..... ..... 1,, N; LI I L . 1 \r(LUMll N L RE T "AL S,51 NTA A,]'¢:),\ ' 5AY 15, 1Sf.(1. N['!1II I.; !.) SHIARP PRACTICE I'lelublican Senators Iebate the Dulpont Case and Will Then Postpone a Vote. PENSION DAY IN THE HOUSE Another Large Batch of Private Hills Rushed Through the Hasty Mill. WVAsrniNsTN, May 1I.--The )upoint vase, involving the right of Henry A. 1 upont to a seat in the senate from the state of Delaware, was taken up in the s·nate with a view to concluding the ldebate and taking a final vote at I p. in. tomorrow. A brief colloquy between Gorman and Mitchell developedl that a difference of opinion existed as to thei -lharacter of the voto tomorrow. When Gorman spoke of the unaniiuius agrei iwnt to vote tomorrow, Mitchell admit ted the correctness of thestatenment, but scded significantly that the charaicter of the vote would be determined when tli vote was reached...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

WOMEN HESITATE TO TALK FOR PUBLICATION. BUT IT IS NOT A DISGRACE TO BE SICK. Yet Some Suffer in Silence and will not Open the Matter to their Physician even. YOU CAN BE BRIGHT EYED AND HAPPY. of bl, Ii1 :it l u n, i u,,. t ,. ptren thl te i. I I 'i. t thou e '" ilte 'e'''' " .1 t. r " .. I i . . ,t~, " . • w , 11: • lir u,," tip I ' " , or. r. n . , [ . 1r^' It, ' sthry trid by \'c, Frank Murray, I hi at tflh1 n i l Ir . . f avi r a at I· b.I in (.,IInt. \l n,:\ 1:aIr I-' M : · 1l, : .utd 11.1 .1' a '-11.:"11 lli, j''nll hiiil·,'· Iru i ii' ,.t' :iuxal I't a' I I ulr ix tllll... :i.: r-.:I li 1''."..V1·11\ . hly a1 at !a! Liii ii "; r" Jiin l n a . I:.. I '': r. r r Irlll l 11 1: * I 'a I vi M· II1 '' · ·. · : ~~.; · ·:: I 1, " . 1 . . . .1 .. ,~ l t Siaait. t rmy : .,. ;: 1 · · ! at···.: : t " 1 1 .' ll. .! illv f .il ' 1, il l : " . ý ý "1 11 I ' ' 1111 1.1: ''I ,. . . . . , ,11 ..v. f[r it Mutant tK I Vay .t, the vr .rund tI at it ;a :i Lrr,. -at fo,.t.reld by the Southern 'a",':...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

HAD TO KNUCKLE Iluntiugton's Men n in the Senate Force the Californians to Comte to Telflirs ON THE DEEP WATER HARBOR An Illinois ('ontested C'ase Occupied the Entire Session of the louse. W smTur;TONx, May 12.--The animated contest which has proceeded for the last four days in the senate over the deep water harbor on the southern coast of California was brought to a close today by a compromise between the contestants. The issue has been between the points of Santa Monica, the terminus of the Southern 'acitic, and San Pedro, the lo cality urged by the California senators. Senator Frye, chairman of the commerce coummittee, linally harmonized the dif ferences by referring the determination ts between Santa Monica and San Pedro to a commission to consist of throee civil cengineers, a naval othicer, and an officer of the coast survey. The compromise was accepted by the California senators and was unanimously passed. An amendment was urged by (;ornan, initing expenditures under the contr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION HATES. DAILY. WVXKLY. One year ....... 7.O1. One ynaT..........tl..0 Si: mnnths........ i il. l.vl) One mouth........ .7:. Thro. mouths..... .71 Unlois t1il in advynfo til. hnliy will iY Llr ably ho tl7snte iutr 1 ii0' toulh, odI tw", *1"tkly*2 per year, $1 tior nii rloltan nii lull t0110 itt monthtf tr to than six II1UIlI.. Adv~errilon rt I 7nr'..X. FNni Tind Untn'e I 'l.t. Al . to ~ dobecrlll vo io, tjlU t I:. . n t ir" ". " , llpl ( most win,, ttir for .tt...I'l( 1'1, oh . ii new elI..oo, tltd. aho:iu., ro,'l", I."r IDE1 4OItI tV1t, 4c COUNT (49 il! r I ll rlil , Pursuant to Q'l;ij n-i 3 tI tn xin 111hZlilo t, ".h mi·i' , I 'I ~' i ·: :a I,1fiIr oniI miltton for ar:t`~i s I~u (craticI o, . . y of )31 tt ý : 'tý C , ; !tt .' l t,," ' C r thu (`u; j;' -. if n-ný tt,ý ihi arld .j,: I ·: 1, . ~ it: "t!'. n". tl:, ti--c t , t , , '-I I , t to CJ·· ·i:. tt''.· r . it! it1 t',- 1;, ga;. ~P nunt,: , oh -ril -- u - ; ;t -- ' .: : Sil , 1-'7 rh azm . r ,. gr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

NEWS OF THE WEEK NILturilda, tlly e. Joseph KaulTfman, postmas a r at Cas cidle, is in the city. Mine M. A. Moore, m.it, teacheir, has rcmovdl to Rtoot 1II, .ucl-(Coly block. Peter Winne, a well known insurance agent of Ielelna, is in (enoat F'alfn on hueitnels. Junes Travis, Jr,, and W. W. Dean, well-known residents of Cascado, are in :.reat La'ts. .\ ttorney T. E. Grady returned yester .lay fronm Il elena, where he wan on pro ItHionral businets. thrlhtrd ( ). Tlhc nn, a nativr, of :.wo - dIn-, was yesterday admittedr by .ud.gi Linton to citizonship in the United States. Martin Straebehurg retulr'nd yi-'terdit.-y to thel wortks at Kibbey of the )Montllat Stur. corr.pttny, of whilh !Io tIn i;r.r inten:dont. )-i1 (oI-:t Me .\cri.weew of A ficle hi, wh: Jt-s I. nu e'onilinsg b r i-isl,,r, MVia. Er' I'hyl, I:-ft yeste,-hlay, ¾+ atptr l er h, l ic r lt itilgi. li the district court yoeitrdaty,, ti: tirstt National b.a.rnk of treat Ialk insti. itoti nmuit against Joh:n M'et iotWif tto r ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

CHANIJLER'S CHIN To Shr, flintiniato lie Abuts I:th r1'ý t', nt , , lftorl, atl (Coll THEY I, SAND-CT ORATORS I;t tr I t ; Il - t -l - l,!. Ila,:.1 It ( ;ii ,i n ii it Wl t ' ll - )hl 411. To, (;ifor Sa r Si .. y t i t. "!t'' ,t):i to - ,' 1 ,!",'., t ar' r ' i.' lu 'c .h ' t , t , u-:, ,--,.,Iti - its t - lii - : It ' tate of ' i:t l ita to .it the 1ort l y re- a ta1 :.t it ti unil- -rCnte I to Leo s-t t u - r t- , . ,- i iiriif i ftort t i. r c it t 1 . ,,t ,- oi within the r' r.t Lo . I , ..i.,.: r, strvation to S- .. rof ,t ,: . r . ti n n i fr.i i, at .., . , ,. t ' .i i i .r t . - F.ci i, riii i. <prot : . r, ts .untdtfth ncit : f the iestrucrtion, an esti,'ate of tic 'as cannot te o aut . I llcy Wor. S., JS - iM, Mo., May i.-T'here was Ai1os3t a riot at tie oplening of the rn ;utlic in stitto cirontentioi this moirning, causedi by f)I i frorfo id t i rita: Pilley and Irun, te Jlegationi to git poeSieion of t " in .ta I e nttottr "i as dnally set tied tnd the uISiul pirelim...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 May 1896

AISHED ALONE IN A COULEE gte Story of the Death of a Cow boy Named Frank Arnold on Wednesday Last. Was lnjured by a Cave While Digging Ont a Wolf and Died of Cold and Exposure. private letter received here Fri fromn Fort Benton by a friend of ak Arnold, a cowboy, well known tbo vicinity of Fort Benton and in county, gives the tragic particulars bie death last Wednesday, The facts elated are as follows: rank Arnold and Henry Lage were 1ping out about 35 miles northwest of t Benton. While wklking along the k of a coulee they noticed a wolr's ''uoesday they secured shovels and ted in to dig out the wolf's den, ch was in the sidehill of the eo. While so engagou the side moi;tened by the rain, caved in, and two rlon were buried in the trench 1];l dug. All night, Tuesday night. e. after extricating himself, which he w,'itt groeat dilliculty, workte to re li.e :,eupanion, who was badly in i i' I who shrieked with agony all htine, and prayed for death to comle r,,ni vrl himu from his pain. ...

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. — 15 May 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report Bloy PBkinE ABOLWTELY PURE th. i H: . ;i l1 n' up I, mI IJIJI S 11 -' 1 1-." iT~ 2 APPILES OLD RULES , , . t i direct ip . I- n au o S t izard ap c', outrs ts of c; ,0,'),00(.O. ..... e . f t -7 F,0 F 0,` )During F ., J . t, . 4 atuate ent \1'aI made. a !-at t: . .: ;1 lm,: '-t a.gr.; . fur a t . r Lil a tto hisutory of S .: '., . ,, . (; 1::a ought to so- l '.,rý. mn , " elnt t,> tle bil~l limiting t ..ta ` lit,-- t,) t!n millions ian i,, - i . ,, a . as n.t bled, b . .. u i : ..isl r . COr - n" . ', -,th , L,-Lt ' ,:: the h i: ,l \t) a; :t. ; ', t . :,nar :able u evel- I S : . f t I . D. in: r n- ii . lt ort ,, . .. . . .. . , , a.. . . . erty lr rfu-t t t i .; ' [· at re ii i a's S. . l a ... l 1r . 1 - . "1 1 n . f 's. s of t:l , "". " . . : . l . Il; f;avor i..i . A to , . . . . . ,+ r f'sffl,·· 5.i tfifs-alff I , !is t. . . it'., sor iu i5lffF . r t ' .,, ; rt u ity. toy . s t 1,., th appeal S' I s, I f'o il 1. m...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 May 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, i'I.l I)A , 1MAY 22:, I s6. N "M )lER t 11 BLOCK THE CAME Senator Hill Once More Goes to the Rescue of the Goldbug Ad ministration. FILIBUSTERING THE METHOD Butler's Bill to Prohibit tihe Further Issue of Bonds Was the Cause. WAsmINcrroN, May 21.-The senate had an hour of much excitement, with a resort to obstructive tactics and several heated personal controversies, at a late hour today. The early portion of the session had been given to the routine of agreeing on conference reports on ap propriation bills, At 5 o'clock Butler moved to take up his bill prohibiting the further issue of interest bearing boude. Hill immediately moved an adjourn nent, securing a yea and nay vote in order to secure time. Motion to adjourn was defeated, whereupon Chandler fol lowed with a motion for an executive session. Pettigrew asked leave to offer a sup plementary conference report on the In dian bill. Consent being given, ]lill immediatel...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 May 1896

A SHORT TALK ON MEDICINE OF GREAT INTEREST TO WOMEN. Pale Cheeks ani Ncrv1less Hands are no Longer Admired. T," : 4 ri ~ly Correct you must have .R . ..ecks aT d Good Hcalil. Men Admire w h *ol *M onriThookE; ng W;omen, and. now Seek thi.L ', O'. l nom that CV ,s. ,A FEW POL~T1 .. . F TH "E ,ID. tivPe 1, to ,. i tion brti.t , lii ., ity :fur I until tl: . . blooti, this cth I only I: eure ! ,'I"-~ which ". 1 , " a wek or r , , turn ' 'f of' "tL v-: eiolln, tI!', pi-, : the r-u - ,,'' , ,n dire-i, . nt' t rt . t 1 , : , , I t pr d , : : . t d.. . thes, p in thi All li- I nlueri , : ultinr: v P trink i ' t tiri'- ,! ii puri , ,lhin: " i , this I" : ... i of yo dlur v , criti. al ' I ,:' ': ;i L. d "i c : :cam 1,1 , ,.Ilii.: I·· ý r ýI · r .I i : ~'. r il · ··. :! n l1 '·: I -i ' .I. " I1 I 11' 11'1I I P. " . l. ·i · i "i It.·' i · ~' " r ·'·' , r ·lI~l r . ·· · 1",1 X1.1~·.i~ .. .r . ', r II ' - " . r.i .. r ' i r , r I i . ' i l , I ý . r ' " I " i 1 gY ., ;r .; .:\iTISA# VOJTE l. . ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 May 1896

NEED WATCHING Coimmittee of Congress Examining a Bill to Prevent the North ern Pacific FROM DOING ANY INJUSTICE To the Public, Under Cover of the Terms of the Reorganization Scheme. WASHINGTON, May 10.-The bill to au thorize the reorganization of the North urn Pacific railroad is absorbing the at tention of the house committee on ju diciary this week. Objections have been made to the bill on account of questions which the representatives of certain in terests involved in the reor ganization have raised, and it is not unlikely that somen impor tant amendments will be made, Today lMorton H. Paton, of New York, chair m!an of the reorganization committee of tine Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern bond. ;,olders, spoke against the bill. tlnllds of this branch amounting to 8:.':L.3:,l uo Lave been guaranteed by the Northern i'acitic, and under the roorganization, it i. caid, the guarantee will be lost. 'Tawney of Minnesota is endeavoring a: ecuro amendments which will hold the reorganized ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 May 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. )AILY. WBnKLI. One year..........7,OO0 One year ... ....$1.50 ix mouths........ 4.l 0il months........ 1.W. One month........ 175 Thrte months..... .75 Unlsce pait in advance the daily will inviri ably be 7` n,.,otr pjer motth, and the weekly $2 per yeolr, $I Ifor %ix mIlonth.l and 20oents per month for lone thinu aix monthe. Advertiolin ratee furnifhdt on application. '|tii 71' 't..' NC Itave n it all toilmtitort far b.e hind in tir,'uatitn. A\ldvrtisers nimay hive ae cOpe t1l it Ie, I(h. kat tnh tidW. $nba.cr torn Ieoiriln their lotdroce changed lenst send their forl Itr till irontis well oIx the n.w add.ess; this, shh ld he rnm.,rboered, "'i :'!HE |!UNt'. ('rest Foih. ,ont. IF II).\Y 1.Y, "2. 1896. A story coiomes froml .tustrali'. tItat a man natel I 'ower, wit thie aid of a macthit.e, rlaired t:I nitie sh'ep itn seven lhours and I3 toltt1ute9S. 110 had better luiit thian J'orln I'iower, of lMon tana. The laitir rocre, tly trited to niear a...

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