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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 May 1896

NEIS OF THlE WEEK Satulrdal,. May 10. 1)tputy Sheriff Duncan MicLeod of lolt is in the city. Ii. M. Payne. a well known citizen of Collins, is in Great Falls on business. Attorney George W. Taylor went to Lthbridge on professional business yes torday. Mrs. J. C. Iluntoon will leave Monday to upend the summer at her old home in the cast. Th'l next term of the district court in '(rgus county will be convened Mon lay, June 1. Attorney F. C. Park leaves this morn ing for a two week"' visit to his old home in Waukesha, Wis. .\ttorney A. J. Shores returned yester lay from Helena, where he bad been on trotfltsional business. IToday the employee of the Boston and idontana works will receive their wages for A pril, aggregating about -tl(,00(O. The (Great Falls Meat Company have jiut rc,,eived (201) head of fat steers fronm iihi, which will make especially line b-if. I1,v. lhenry Van Engelen arrived yes tr iay from Idaho Fall", Idaho, and will ;-lriO the pastorate of the First Hlap ti-t chlnr...

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. — 22 May 1896

THE STORM\ KIN Continues Ilis iapitd .Journey, I.eav ing De,ath and DIestruction In Hils Wake. KANSAS, NEBRASKA, MISSOURI The Latest states to Feel the Dire El'i, :t of tile PoIwer of tihe Cyclone. Ksi s\. (' , alay IN. News of the loss of it. , i detru.:tion of property iy )~ et.etd:nii -- I :i lrne in Kansas is slow ,T :, , , , -et by th,, crippl jd c.n f I. "' h iI':A , \ i". t hal , u i..: , it hlain that Ir, -, C, ' ', . it - '.r,!:ihvd I '. ,l .i t, ' . S>" c 1.,, t r u t.. '' ..t < d : ret lcup S , . + + r. . t". - ;. :1 1.. .:,- ::i a :,•:1 , I "t teri r"I 1 al:ii. h* t a f t:. ; xl! w'l by a bar..1.,t and hall at tin :o edge and all, but cix, iiegattes are ipre ent. rE.ction of otticere and the Hl,:i. lion of the ollircal paper will occur teo morrow, and the eeeaion clioere tomorrow night. ('AI+la tORa ALARM. Fire ou Iimarml ithe Great Iiattleehll, In diana. .EW Y,((K0, May 19.-"Fire in the bunkers, air,' was the startling word paessed today to the chief engineer of t...

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. — 22 May 1896

iOK THE MORPHIHE ROUTE Wallace, an Inmate of Nell Ray Ilnonlldb' BaL1gnlo, (Conlnlitts Suicidie. . liat ,lust Been Rleleased froni the City Jad anld 'Wan lhuniliatrld. Ii \Vallac, an ilnmite of Noll Ray w tH hagnio at 201 SHeond street th, tired of life and F'riday con It to take the route that no many of f1,:il istors havo taken--thln mor ro .te. .,, wat reloasoedl from jil F'ri lay ,,l,,I, after ihe had served:l a sen ,,, conviction of druntlkenlllee, for .,.,d time within thti pasti two Iai returned to Neil lIlytlltind ' S:th then aliliearetil to Ibe ulvlritr l:. i of a ino dr uar' atit,. atnut I l m rI iw, i..lw. , leie d U *'' i ll , \v ({ O {l{I ('{ O.l it . i, wi.tre'n ciir- rH i lt fon ll it 1 , I ; very jrOet ) lt :,a ,l l lu on ti i I i wa e vnr febtie. ibut r ltt o morphitine .t f, , Hiital, htiwie.er, thit Hue I ire i quaintity hymur.inil{. A'lr 1 fI 0l''I W li ih FORTH.' !!!t,|l t i rir{ , anui.- I ,t iti rucel t; t h 'i 1.i' ofI tb, druI . in tier trui, ni;e, tol taini...

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. — 22 May 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking -k Powder ABJOUb TELY PURE BAR FHE )OORS Late to Prlvi'nt I urther I ndatirable Irnte ration Passed IBy CLASSES WHO ARE EXCLUDED ' Hr'l, 1. Pt!'rIt ' rn to l1: lwf e thlr , , _r- '_, 't :. oA. e to ., ,1 '1 r t. i . " isF i. -T" -1 i,~"C h,' of to .r c, :.t C ±., : , : H t'i a s to om et :.i " . 1 " hi-: ,' lt.,h w bry the f at of .t r -~sticnt by Pot!er o ute of greenbacks to . " , 1 t r "riation made by th,- for t , tl cth propuriticn,- ve ire red . '.-hr:ei nt to the fortifica i,ýr.ma t 11 "." r w aen wa. c.ssed. thus leaving ut o..- - apprlr;riat;en bill- to be ,:ted on. ~- or.an amendment dc elopedl cI. ioanimal i iinancial debate. Fith 1 -. cI crman a.,.t ;',erman as the 'main ,rtiipt.nts. ic -tr.an resisted the amendment, and urge, that the proper step was to pass Le ,.naey emergency tariff bill. ;or .. mae an offer to Sherman that i:. th sides of the chamber join in a non artisan relief measure imposing a t...

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. — 29 May 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUTE XIL. GIREAT FALLS, )ONTANA, ;KJD.Y ' 41 ,I;i; 1'2 TH1E BAY AFTER Latest News Front the Cities That Were the Victims of W'ednes lay's Cyclone. All Is Confusion and No Proper Es. timate of the Losses Can Vet Be Made. It Is Conceded That the Death Pull Will Contain Fully Five liun dred Names. About Seven hundred Are Known to Have leeived Injuries of \'ssriosss I egicees. competent Authority Places the Dirm age to Property at Twenty five tMillions. Lrtos, May 2S.-The aft ful sweep of hot night's tornado is marked today by a devastated district in the south western portion of the city, half a milo wide and four miles long, with wrecked buildings, tottering walls, debris, choked streets and rescuing parties to tell the story of havoc and death. St. Louis is dazed by the extent of the calamity, and it will te- days before the Total loss of life and amount of property lestroycd will be known. Estimates of the number killed vary from ilt! to ;, with a gener...

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. — 29 May 1896

WHY OUR NERVES PLAY OUT. An Analysis of the Conditions which are Rcsponsible for it. WoIdIrfully GunQd L .2s from the Famous Pink PiIls-Brain W'eav eccd--Tcstimony as to T '. 14 1 1 w0,h Commands Ph. c RiK 2 s:9 and Ncrvts than; i ýý t ý '. ;, I i r:,-L2. :, ' after a tor.g asdcua, : .v1 t:.r tt, jopration of tie prosh u a .'ati .JuAt at the bour ur aj':ur::.r t a notron Oar nado to otrido :t t:. other rercormnen daton -f ,e 'rrurni:ittei and to dia charge 9. Act: r, on this motion was only pr: oritrd by the abrupt an nounc,"ftnidrt of the vice moderator, Dr. Berqrankii L .Xrtans.e of Philadelphia, that tli-'Lh r ,f the.,ion had expired and that. t w, rubly H ivi l adjourned. OJr rev ic r l it: ,r tf t H committro was .ray r. , , after an an irat - , ." r, ;.r."! tvr a d tti-ior. it r a-i t to 'r:udi u; of 'ryer)hy tr'rian ur~" ,f 1 :n I', uple'r a newlt' 1 tan in thia -iret - ' to a h I :rf that the plan at' i I ~ ~ 1 nr rl, t-t~fr atti; -art r e. .X;:,.. Al lv,re. van -d a t r it....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 May 1896

VATERY GRAVES Bridge Gives Away at Victoria, B. C., and a Car Load of People Are Drowned. SIXTY BODIES ARE RECOVERED The Victims Were on an Excursion When the Terrible Accident Occurred. 'VYrouttA, B. C., May 2t;.,-.The bllicr bridge was the acene of a fright ful accident, shortly before 2 o'clock today. Two electric care, loatde with people, were precipitated into the -eater through a breakaway of the bridge. It is supposed there worn up ward of 100 people on the care, but it is known a number eecapetd. In Captain trant's garden, about 2" Ludic,: are Iving uMon the lawn and are, for the most part, being worked ovt r by willing hands, in time casee successfully. It is feareI that the death list will he very large perhaps upward of it. A sham tight and review wic to take 'lace at Macaulay Point, noar t e ,i * ault, this aftirnitit, and itwa wer ;taking their way there by every route. \;I the train cart; wont ptakid. Two (are left ( tornttlet street with mor' than lit people: the firs...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 May 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIP lION RATES. D5AILY WKUtLY. One year......$7.00 One ye~ar.....$15 Bix months.... 1set, Sszt months..... 10 One month...... .75 I Three months..... .7t Unless pant In alvanoce the daily will itv'ri ably be 75 cents pjr muonth, and the we"kly $t per year, $I for sin months nod 2'anttets son month for laes thsn sin deonths. Advertising rates furnl-hod on nmplitntion. 'ra nomona loaves all ' I np.tijs for bo. hind in siro.nation. Atfvmrtioers nreo have nt sets to its to hs. at ans Limo. dsbeocmhbtr., Ittosiring their stldrttes 'hnst.to't nest tnot toeir f~rrtotr adrsstro on null nop tto new asddreso. this shonid me rstnetsbered. THE TilltUNE, Wrest Falls. Mont. Cttoervati v e-tioates plaotte it amount that "il I>o expondosd o \^J)i can tourists in Europe this 't=o .1 $t25,(htt' tv in tO i. Nlttst of titoso olin will sp.1ral this tuni havt' ver o 'n anytli., of to I'nit' °t1tSl t 'nt' f Chicatso. Ot I s iota to> 'tit tl on favor Itv - tar Cause:. th - It"...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 May 1896

O[F~ THE ~l~ .aourday. May I*i. i is of A rmnington is in the stork of Goodman coulee is in the Helena insurance agent, "'.t Fulls. , , haeler W. Pomoroy of Kalis n the city. ihliI, jipostnaster at Sand ii the city. 1,i11nd of Fort Banton, stock in )n the city. ii. Titus of Dupuyer, formerly ,.'r, is in the city. ichardson, the ruining 11ian of ii (reat tFalls on business. i11rris of Fort Benton, a proud 'rri er, is in (reat Falls. I. \Is Kinsley of Helena was in tep tr l y on profes-ioial busi v:es of Ihelena. roprosentinig wholesale cigar house, is in I '.. Shcrs and daughter, :'iss turni yIsterilay frmnili Ii lin Ii Aristrong catlie in from - ay evening, for a few days' I ,lenman, agent for the Na. 0: tallit league, arrived yester o> I utte. r,+ tepicli, a native of Austria, du} ila pci his intention of bv vuticei of the Unitidr States. rge \. Graham, teacher in the uh public tchiols, anti Justice -.erc in fron HSand Coulee yes I. . arr I ant eiytcr, V5is5 r icier.arriviii yes...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 May 1896

A WILD 8WEEP Tornado and Storm in Portions of Iowa. lilinois. hanaw, a n 1ichigan. FORTY-THREE KNOWN VICTIMS Buibling-.. Iauiroadi. lfrid;e<. ('tops, All 1 ieldI to the FIury oft the E'I~lement. I)." . - i.; 1 . .1., r ard astr "I .. ...t. ula - rlisast s . tv . 1 a i" Mlingo * i ti., f *tor} I in th tr tur ant net . t !. i oast fur 'Cu operat-,I t.. at. Vakc ,.:.. ndetul I-t 1' ; u guc, . Great Tra I Wort f arr. tea I t ptii ''-.- t wer, thi ro . it ai poInt t :. s 'oaitt f firs A1ir.. . I,-t a I 'toI wrir-nt acii war- :i -'! t, tor e ,; t, al ti I' k City , Lasthe i -1 t in its courwi. There only sii hit tlitiaxii" ixas dune to prop rty atnl io rr" 'a- n i-ul. Six milts cat at .\ nkeny. or thi- North western, the stortt lirt t fott-t a cry clione, and t(li-r- trees wexi- ti-rn front the grouitd, buildings I -snolished anti everything swept level with the ground. East of there, near~tht town of Hondu rant on the Chicago & Criat Wiestern, a strip nearly half a mile wide was m...

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. — 29 May 1896

LABOR ENTERTAINS FRIENDS A Grand Success Was the Entertain ment by the Trades and Labor Council. 1 loyal Gosod Time, With Speeches, Music and Dancing, at the Pavilion. Stirring speeches, splendid music, both vocal and instrumental, and plenty of en thusiasm characterized last Friday's ,"itertainment given by the Cascade I aunty Trades and Labor council in (lack Eagle pavilion. The hall was liberally decorated with the national ;More and presented an attractive ap I ssrance under the glare of tho many ,evltric lights. At the eastern end a re iltly constructed stage with a neat Iop curtain, scenery, and footlights, sdsles1 a theatrical tone to a place that bun been the scene of so many pleasant ejal events. The seats were nearly all ,;cupide when, lbottly pasts o clocic, the flack Eagle band gave the opering iars Ciii a well-known composition by Verdi. t its conclusion, Emmrnett It. (arroll '.pped before the footlights and Irielly Ico med everybody. Ile sail tle ii'-. of those who sug...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 May 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report A L Baking - Powder ABSOLUTELY POPE t~IuA: : tI hEr.ATH :?It A fn,,I t \ ii u t f,,Ii la ,",!!I tlI;I tos wee'- ti " fi--N Wit [hi l m I i, tA eu \'l ir n >I .i its Ii.. l:I r Wt h . lt * ~ ~ a '' -18 r, I.'a til[ it the - 1 c ot. id S (1 ut, `. ot and :er t:.c ! at , re 0uio- . Ie say s wer- ral city b 1; age;,ý. inciudIing they ' a:plt . t rcc cccl anri tic ctreete al nos? rr ta l ti T. vOccur t of ie-ris and \ . ! .! rq- r. "2' . . ' 'ccc- of the ;.- ccat cit lat co- rc-ht.cct I..w b c ]irt:i< c.!r "J for c .:i. , ccci out t e t ,r S . '.n thLrocuJ, t city with a " [ril anl hour. r parts friom 110re arn V a care, a 1 ic a.cmcnt tital di: Ut 'e p car. -p it cccoc. it d Ic> .ar .c . u:1 "f f c f1, 1t r r t '.1' ,t11 : .. ..: c At c ar s It, it ' Pa, - 'c-veacsary to pru h art fir' r 'ce rc-ceptlc a 'I tic' cuad. In i'i'iticor to tbuose tiiled in hous1. and ro toh streets, bunciredo of dead are beneath the waters...

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. — 5 June 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, fMONTANA, Fil I)AY" , JUNE 5, 18)6. N U-lJHER 13 ORSOUND ONEY he Soundest Money the World Has Ever Yet Had or Can a Possibly Have. ILVER AND GOLO AS EQUALS eclare the Democratic Conventions of Kentucky, Virginia and North Dakota. LI:XINOTON, Ky., June 4.-Delegates at large-JC. . S. Blackburn, P. W. Hardin, obhn S. Rhea, L. T. Ellise. Alternates at large-4tobert W. Nelson, J. Morton iothwell, Theodore F. liallam and John D. Carroll. Electors at large-J. B. Tar vin and W. B. Smith. The democratic state convention closed this afternoon, after the free silver men had secured everything in the organiza tion as well as in the platform. The resolutions not only instructed the Ken tacky delegation for Senator Blackburn for presldent, but also for the unit rule, so that the two delegates from Louis ville district will have no voice whatever at Chicago. The free silver men have the four delegates at large and all the other delegates except ...

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. — 5 June 1896

'MICHIGAN'8S BENEFACTOR., AN OFTREPEATED STORY OF TRUE PHILANTHROPY NWhat Chas. H. Hackley has Done for Western Michigan-How the only Cloud in the Life of an Honored Man was Brushed away by Science. From Grand Rapida, Mi, i., Evening Press. From Grand Rupida CIIas. It II XCET. T CIAS 1. 01 ITACKT.Tr. The most beautiful s!- t in 3fucke gon is ins- rarably as .ciatrt with the name cf liacklcy, ndl ini 'll West ern Michigan thire it r t a nrme l,,it-: ter known, and an ing t'ho sitillus and these intrettel in d- -ds of ,lult-i anthrojy, this name is knawn and ad mired. Chasi. . 1 iali ly has bon in the lumber busin-:s (- ntinuo-usly since '1856, and in that time ha,:1 amassn,_d a fortune, which Fives him a rating among the w·- althy mnn of the nr;-i tion. rut with w-ealth there did nt come that ti'hteninlg of the purse strings wt'ici is g v.-'tally a marked nharact ri nt:i,, of wn :lltth a m.n. There is n fir, tier s,t in the State than tacktl , I'rk In a 'suiare sii-r roun-le- ar i 1r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 June 1896

THE FIRST GUN hiregon (lIolds Its Election for a Judge, Legislature and Congressmen. POPULISTS TO THE FRONT BIoth Congre smen Free Coinage Men Pennoyer Elected Mayor of Portland. PORTLAND, Ore,, June 2.-Returns from yesterday's election are still in complete and it will be 24 hours before definite results are known. Ex-Gov. I'ennoyer has been elected mayor of Portland by a plurality of about 1,200. The vote for congressman in the First and Second districts is very close be tween the republicans and populists. In the First district partial returns from 1:1 counties give Vanderburg (pop.) 5,6;(1 Tongue (rep.) 5,001, Meyers (dem.) 2,183 In the Second district partial returns for ,.ogressmen are as fodlows: Ellis (rep.) 2.121!, Quinn (pop.) 2,046, Bennett (denu.) 1,701, Northrup (ind.) 1,370. The repub lican state central committee claims the l'.islature, insuring the election of a re publican United States senator. Later News. L',i:rrl,.An, Ore., June 2.--Ileturnn trem the interior tod...

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. — 5 June 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNEI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILYt WEEKLY. One gRer .........17." One yesar..........$.80t t months...... 4.10 ix months....... 1.00 One month........ .5 ] ltreemou)ts..... ,57 Unless pail in advance the dilty will invari ably be 75 ornts per momth, and the weeookly $2 per year, $1 for six )u51.1', and 21 cents per month for lose then six ousths. Advortislng rates fllrrj,.Iled on rpplication. Tna TIIt'NIs leave, all c,, 00,.1itlr ft r hr hind in cirullltin,. . \vlertieCrs mnay have au-' Ct to itsl ,I, ho k at l.t) ' ilhl., dsub<crtbtr. deoirioti their addlress ,ht ced m.aUt sed their forer stiirto, a. well as the new address; this shutild te rep;oerlhored. TIlE TIIIUNE. treat Falls. Monlt. The comuiercial tra'lelers of the coun try are in annual session in Inliana, and give it out cold thl,t they will wage a war upon the railroads in the matter of fares, This proclamation will have about as much elrect ulpon the railroad managers as \'ey!er's pruclaulatitns hadl , upo...

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. — 5 June 1896

EW oFS THE WEEK Saturdtay. May 30. () i;. Cooper of Choteau is in the city 1 lrsinfeees SFred R, Warren, a prominent sheep rower of Utica, is in Groat Falls. It. (. Klonze and family left this orning for Butte, where they will re ide 1). F'lowerree and Richard Lackey, rominent citizens of Helena, are in reat Falls. Prof. 0. C. Morteon left this morning or his copper properties on Wolf creek. tIe expects to be absent a few days. In the district court yesterday, the -iegel Clothing Co. instituted suit .geaot Peter Harrison, to enforce a 'adgment for $9)5.47. ;ieo. Stone, a well known merchant of Philbrook, is in town today, looking af ter a large consignment or merchandisoe for the Philbrook concern with which he is connected. Capt. M. Dewey and crew, who were formerly on the Montana Central ru between Great Falls and Belt, have been itaconed at Belt, where Capt. Dewey will have charge of the yard. 11e is an etiielnt and accommodating conductor and the promotion was well merited. ,Jud...

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. — 5 June 1896

WUNDER TOFLAGS , t.,,ot',y oft Naval latfe aIt Ni. rta guia lb lha ie I hy a Bireezy I ll i'dent. LITTLE REBELLION QUASHED Ey 1 iaries F.1ol ft aited stae, iind Inll li li W ar-hilts in tip .tl . "iO li t, d b ir, t S: ". , NlcairiLut, ..lay I . In ' h. rth faclt t ai t tli g.Overltlllort , '. i t 1 r ir at ttr tilot , tilu cor iit " .': t, 'e.ti n _ir t an" t.?,l ! . 1 2, iit ti r r a thu Ilriti ha te iat}' ofh " .. ., ,, y ".. i ,1 .lay , the pl ro1, a ,tt s of S . i t I . t- I, ' to S , . + .',+ , tli ,t11 ,, ' t, . t ru ;, f S ' ..... . I..· · t!. 1 o u tL . ..' ., '.: ". ' I ,, , 'i l . , it d it . i: t 1 ti ,1 l r It t on l t' i' i .' ', '. "" l . i , 'Ii i 1'... ........ .....-n.ie-ti - n . " li i ir, i , ti , n,,,t ir L -r -ihai, :;./,..,l.. .. r- £<:, 3 I re,., ah, . ~ t an 'Jr )ti L.. TE +, ,. ': ,: ., c~ t ]'.: , :' ,' l,,. f 0 11 .0 r - ',, ' - y. i , " t , , l, , n I . I i, gret they bid . h.in .c,'l i, C]., ,J I . --News i t .acdedl here oif a ylfine, the firnt er "...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 June 1896

EY W I l WIELD THE BIRCH diool Trustees of District Number r one Elect Teachers for the Ensuing Year. Few Changes Are Made--Election of Superintendent to Be Re considered. r The school board met last Friday, all embers present, and Chairman Cooper } esiding, Chairman IIolmes,from the committee the preparation of a transcript for e sale of the school bonds, reported t a formal resolution of the board au- c orizing the sale of 0 per cent twenty ar bonds to the amount of $19,000 at e ollice of the clerk of the school board 8 p, m. on June 30 next, sealed bids a be received up to that time, each to v accompanied by a certified check of ,00).t The motion was then made in execu- t ve session to reconsider the vote taken thle last meeting, electing S. 1). gent, superintendent of the city ools for the ensuing year. Those op ing reconsideration urged that the ard could not legally reconsider such t ballot, and, furthermore, that Mr. rgent had been fairly elected in ac- t rd with a regularly ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 June 1896

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