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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F'RI)AY , FEBRUARY 8, 1895. $1.60 PER YEAR I I - -- --~-~ ---- .-------------- - -- --.------. ---- -- I - - ___________-~-----~- . - .-I_ -_~___~.~~ __.---~ --i ~--~ ---~ JUST A MILLION That Is All Helena Now Wants For the Construition of a Building. THE LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS W'cre, Not of Ve'ry General Interest at the Session of the lBodies Yesterday. SBecial to The Tribntn. H.ELiSA, Feb. 4.--In the senate today Flowerree introduced a bill providing for the construction of a state capital building. It provides for a state capital ,coommission to be comipoidl of live metm hbers, one of whom is to be the governor. They are to hold office while the build lag is under construction, iunless removed for cause by the governolr, who is to ppoint the olenlmbers. They ate uchl to give bonds in the sumn of $20.t)(. T'i ou-rt is to have a secretary) who it; to raw a esilary of f1,5(l0 a t ar. T'ho capitol buliling is to co:t, te...

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 February 1895

DE PROFUNDIS Sounded in Woeful Intensity From the Slhores of Far-ofll Holland Coast. Later News of the Awful Wreck of the Stteamer Elble Bring's No Hlope That the Disaster Was Less Fateful Than Was at First An. ticipated. The Death List Is Now Conceded to Number More Titan Three Hundred. Story of the Calamity as Told by tie Best Posted of Those Who Escaped. LowEoT:mol, Eng.. Jan. 31. Bitterly cold weatht r is prevailing and lack of news fromo alolng tihe e ast shows there is t little, if any, hope of any more survivors s of the Elble disaster reahling lantd. The lifeboat has ben washid ahllre nitar Ytarmotuth. It is l,lill ,d to ie the hoat from wvli'i thic rin cmilk . Wii iT i Plower, re .cuell t l, pallige who I re- a capbld from the, st e ill afl.t.r ithe col-. liseio yestiri ,y wor e'ig. 'ille survivor e claimed thitt t{o l uni ,w1 n ship which ii raImmed arnd wlt the Elboli shaoul have s stood by the Elibe, and if she had t(don so a great many lives. woul have beeln i saved. Th...

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 February 1895

FOOTBALL RUSH Disgraceful Scene in the House of Replresentatives at Waslh ington. MEMBERS ENGAGE IN BATTLE Mr. (leveland Preparing to lasnun Gold Ihonda in Spite of fCoIigrPeCs. WasIlliINm'ox, Ie'ot. 1.--'l'he housa mr t at 1H1 o'clock today and gave an hour to debate on the 'Pacilic railroad fumling bill before taking up Iisitrit or ('olum bia bunine.i, to whi:ch the day was to bn denvoitd hy an or.lt r iaurlo 4,'dntlliell y. S RiHowior, ri pr.,:' nilativo of Califnrunia, op poiuid tim hill Liittrly. In tlhiug so, howtev'r, ho -everely cornderoel the maelthds pllrlntiod bi y is-in of I,( I' Tl fornli l oppJl n nt I. lli ofI the ill l 1' , ll ... l bly i t)'yor ;-;utt i of -n l rlii,.' . wI, has been ftlooding l ii, 'ilr s t lll fi ranli " atpp.oil Iio kill the ill. -t'io ofi, the gentlemon rlaim that Mayor Hari ro is u, reality ultt: lptilng to abi tioo olifi ir. oIi.. i the ,lmtai1Fut'r," HaidlI 'arnin !ti, fdemorta t. of California. "1 do n lot," reliled Iow rr, "hut I beli te t ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. I WtLYT. One year.......... $8.00 ine year .......... $1.50 ix moath ..... 0 i months...1.00 One moath ... Three month ..... .75 One week.......... 25 Single copy....... .05 Unlesas paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 clUls per month, andl tl weekly 62 per )ear, $1 fur nix months and 20cents per month for lees than six -onthe. Advertislnr rates rurnished on application. the circuleniin of rth Tribune :n Northera Monulta irs a arauntrod to exceed that ofe any papner unbllsh0t in tIm eSrate. Subscribers deliring their address ehauted mast se.n their former address as well a. the new address; thi should be remembered. THLE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. MONTANA In I'RESENTI|;lH. lion. Lee Mantle has arrived in Wash. ington, taken the oath and entered upon his duties ias a senator front Montana. lIe has been inducted into the exalted position at a most opportune lime, for the interests of Montana, the west and tha entire country ar...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

XWS OF THE WE Friday. Feb. 1. H.. T. Penny and wife of Sand E lee were in the city yesterday. Ei E. Hannibal left yesterday for e, where he expects to remain in L uture. P H. Shields came in yesterday from cc e and Anaconda, where he has been cc day or two. roline Huy deeds to Frank A. Bruce EE and 9in block 20, Huy's addition. to ideration, $800. oline luy deeds to Eliza J. Bruce. cc consideration of $400, lot 10 in 20, Hluy's addition. D. Barclay, superintendent of the hb Falls and Canada road, came in t day and is registered at the Park. gment by default of defendant was ci d yesterday in the district court w .87 in the case of George Raban t Holden. lee Harding deeds to Charles F. an for a nominal consideration el as in the sej4 of section 17, town- P north, range 3 east. sa Kirby et al deeds to the Amer- a curities company, for a nominal ei ration, the eo? of the nesk, section 1l .ship 21 north, range 3 east. feet of snow is reported from the y of Monarch, and the horses ti re ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

ADDRESSED THE WORKINGMEN Rev. Dr. Wasson Lectures Before the Trades and Labor Council on "The Crisis of Unionism." Synopsis of Ills Address-The Council Extend Thanks and Order the Lecture Printed. Rev. Dr. Wasson, rector of the Episco pal church, lectured last night by invita tion before the Trades and Labor Coun cil of Great Falls on the subject of "The Crisis of Unionism." The trades council ball was crowded to its fullest capacity by the delegates and workingmen, who listened to the speaker with close atten tion. 'hlie aduress was ordered printed for circulation and a vote of thanks was tendered the speaker for hiis lecture. 'rhe following is a complete synopnsls of the sieaker's argoiument, anal) z-ict and selpar ated into heads in their logical order. and gin.. a ter'y good iea of the sub stance of the lecture: 1. Lor. and capital are two ,;emernts of society. .,. iety is gre.tetr than either or both. 2. Srcrty tLhe judge and master ,if both. :. Capitai:s smalla numerically 1. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

A PICTURESQUE CLIPPER. Bard to Tell the Real Color of a Fashion able Horse. h When a horse's coat was left the way TF nature made it, it was easy to distin- le guish a bay from a sorrel or a dun from ft a brown. But now fashion dictates that is carriage horses must be kept as closely hi shaven as a convict's pate, and, except of black and white ones, they look all of p: one color. Nature lets their hair grow long in winter so as to protect them ei from the cold. Fashion says the hair ca must be clipped off and blankets substi- is uted to keep the horse warm. Fashion b a T HOISE CLI1PPING MACINIE. as also decreed that the horse's tail ust be cut off sihort anld linen robe t over him to kreep flies off. The illustration shows one, of thn ma ines that operate to give the smoir'h, airless s,in to tireo t city horse. The only ing that rca le said i1) fiavor i i, lip ing IhIu equine coat is that druri e. thle eddirng s. sonm it prn vents flying haits t Olm einerien the ctar iag arid hluri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 February 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOUVIELY PURE BY NINE VOTES The Committeeofthe Whole Favorably Reports the Bounty Bill by That Majority. NEW COUNTIES NOT IN IT The House Will Hold Night Sessions Free Employment Office Hill Rleported Favorably. t.I .I.I.\s, Feb. G. A protest was re :eived in the house tod.ay against the passage of the bill reducing salaries of ounty utli'ers and the number and pay of their deput-es. It was from county .lerks now ti session here. Bhooth. VJn Tobel and Spriggs were appointed r.mmitteee on the part of the house to act with a similar commit tee of the senate to provide for printing new codes and in:eorporating laws of the last and present sessions. The work is to be done by contract in this state. Auld offered a resolution to prit.t no more bills when introduced but to wait till the standing committee reported on them. It was adopted. Later it was reconsidered on a statement that the money was well expended by givi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 15, 1895. $1.60 PER YEAR E LEGISLATURE te Did Not Meet-Bill to Increase upreme Court Justices Indefi nitely Postponed. REDUCTION OF MILEAGE Favorably Considers Bill Per ing School Trustees to Refund Money Advanced. toThe Tribune. ENA, Feb. 11.--Neither the senate use had a quorum this afternoon. nate adjourned till tomorrow. use was one short of a quorum. ber was found and then another ay. Seeing it was impossible to quorum and do business the house recess until eight at night. line the committee and members ent off on a special train to visit te institutions came in, and other re arriving the house was only bort of full attendance. Tonight use at once went into committee l whole, Hershey in the chair. The of the judiciary committee on the xing the liability of cities for e done by mobs and riot was that indefinitely postponed. It was to recommend the adoption of tt ort of the committee. The ill taken up ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

THE STAT'E FAIR The Hill Flor its Maintenance at Greal Falls Favorahly Acted! Upon by the flouse. IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE Knllqlpen'irg ' American Flag Bill i:avorably telpolred by the ('onm mitttee ol the Whole. Special to The Tribune. Ihe:rE.a. , Feb 7.-In the senate today the committee on tish and game reported the Sligh bill back with amendments. The most impartant was the creation of a fish and game fund to be constituted of money collected for violations of the law. The bill gods into effect July 1, 1893. The report of the committee was adopted. The committee on 2towns and counties reported, recommending that the bill amending the law in regard to county surveyors andj one amending the law in regard to roads and highways be indefinitely postponed. The report was adopted. The committee on corpora tions other than municipal made a favor able report on the bill to prevent dis crimination by corporations having semi public functions, and the report was adopted. On the senate bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

[E GOLD BONDS mi Wanls Iloud Payable inI Gold Coin Bearing Interest at 3 Per aen t. RAL DEMOCRATS KICK Fails to See Carlisle's Pronmised S plis--Wilson Would Empower Carlisle to Pay in Gold. INTrON, Feb. J.--Thei ways and committee took up the president's bond message at the end of the ion today. So mu,!h dilferenco of made itself manifest immedi-ztely t business was postponed until 3 1 Monday. Bynum, democrat of proposed a resolution to amend b 1875, so as to make it authorize e of bonds bearing interest at a ; to exceed 3 per cent and payable coin. Chairman Wilson pro resolution to apply to the con d issue and empower the secre he treasury to make them pay old coin. Reed said: "I do not n borrowing gold by bonds pay r thirty years while, accorling cretary of the treasury, we are a surplus in the treasury soon." I developed that not only e blcans, but Bryan, Whitney. and McMillan, democrats, are to the plan for bonds payable lation in gold. The Message. (lowing is the full text of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY, WikLLY. One year... .On50 ne yar.......... 1.50 Six monmths........ 4.00 i onthe....... 1.00 One mouth........ 75 Three monthe..... .75 One week ......... .25 Binglocopy....... .05 Unless void in advance thle daily will inveri. ably be 75 cents per neuth, and the weekly $2 per yer $1 for six nmouth. and 20 cents per uonthl for leas that, six it-onths. Alvertisiag ratem tarnlullh, oin applleatlon. T i ,:rculatla of the Trher e inu Northern D blourinnts s uasrainteul t., exceed that ".f any palip'r ilblished in th stuete. nhsleriboer desiring their iadressa harged unst se .l their frtIIIr address ,s well as the vnew eldrltse; this should be renllorel.d. TIi E rItlBUNE, (Ctent allae. Mont. tillEATl' I.l L'S I)IUTY. "'odd helps those who help them selves' has long been an axiom that has been veritied in the cases of both com tuunities and individuals. The men who in spite oif obstacles take advantage of opportunities are those who succeed. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK Friday. Feb. 8. Mrs. S. A. Ogden and daughter of ,Monarch left yesterday for Jackson Michigan. A marriage license was issued yester day to Robert Orris and Margaret Mc Caffrey both of Great Falls. It is expected that Katie Putnam, the pop lar actress, will appear in Great Fairs in " the Little Maverick" in about two weeks, Thoee. Smith and John Lawler deed to the Castner Coal & Coke Co, the ne,,i: andl se,' of section 27, township 19, range 6 east. Consideration, nominal. Wm. A. Nolen and Daniel McKelvy deed to the Castner Coal & Coke Co. the nw% and the swj of section 27, town ship 1), range 6 east. Consideration. nominal. The Townsite company, for $1,100. deeds to the estate of W. G. Irwin, which deeds the same for $170 to James O'Kelly, the south 68 feet of lots 13 and 14, block 377, First addition. The sheriff gives to the First National bank of What Cheer, Iowa, a cerliticate of sale for the east i/ of the oswt and lots 3 and 4, section 19, and lot 1, s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

SVPI. SWAN ON SCHOOL BOOKS He Advises Some (Changiies in the Present ,ist--l)aes Not Like Several Books. Thinks Free Text HIloky Maly P'rove \ BIIrdensIOe Expense at Prel'sent -Other Matters. In eonversation with a 'Itlltll'n-: re porter yesterday, George B. Swan, county superintendent of schools, referring to the proposed change in school books, said: "I am in favor of making some changes in the text book in the public schoo s, and the teachers or Cascade county have so recommended. I have inspected the publications of the various houses, and believe that McGutfey's readers espe cially should be superceded. They are & not modern, and the quality of the se lections is not good. Perhaps the great est objection is the grading. The suc- t cessive lessons are not well graded, nor are the books. For instance when the pupil has finished the first reader, he I finds the second far too dillicult. I would be pleased to see the Stickney series, published by Ginn & Co., substituted. a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

GARDENING BY HORSEPOWER. It 'ays Wh1n Prices Are IIgh For Labor and Low For P'roduce. To grow garden stuff in sufficient quantity is a difficult task if wrong nethOds are iracticed. If correct umoth ods are adopted, it is a comparatively easy matter. In this day of progress a garden so small it cannot be worked by horsepowcl is inexcusable on a farm where land is plenty. It requires about one whole dsay for a man to work over no of the little square gardens and put verything in good shape. With a horse ad cultivator he can work over a half re plot in less than two hours and do e work better. Besides following the ltivator is easy compared with the k breaking process of hand hooing. In these times of high prices for farm r and low prices for farm produce rtainly no one can afford to spend uch time hoeing in the garden when e work can be done better and ten es as fast with the help of a horse ich would otherwise hIe idle. Most den crops can lie successfully culti ted by hoirsepower an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 February 1895

A SHEEP'S SKIN Cover's a Proposition to Debauch the Supreme Court-Three Commis sioners to Be Appointed TO FACILITATE THE WORK Sergeant-at-Arms Taylor Seeks a Vin dication From Charges Pre ferred by a Helena Paper. Speclal to the Tribune. HELENA, Feb. 13.-Sergeant-at-Arms Taylor of the house, asked the appoint ment of a committee to investigate in- a sinuations of extravagance in the ex- e penditure of money for supplies for the ' legislature made in the Independent. The house gave him permission to make a report with vouchers, as to how the $2,000 was spent. Later the sergeant at-arms made a report accompanied by a statement from the auditor's office, show ing how the money was spent for sup- o plies, repairs, stationery, etc. Booth introduced a bill fixing salaries w in several classes of counties provided for in a bill introduced yesterday. Alderson-To allow the incorporation m of mutual insurance companies. Rodgers--Fr a new chedule of fees in court cases. Ccok-For a new style ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

. JGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. b et XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRTIDAY , FEBRUARY 22, 1895. K81.(0 PER YEAR ofilers, at. The S E CAPITOL ondition. to over ere were p ng Apprapriat ons for Capt bhe sub L tags Unfavorably Reported eooting Knippenberg Tired. ft in the gate and *e ol. FOR CARBON COUNTY as fol. wer VWaoli Iiqtor Lien ses Q311ar etrly - eti-Annual vnmonll- Not in Favor. In. cKenzie T J.ribn. Feb. 18.-- Twelve senators aid.Me the roll call today. Indefin ty, Alln absence was asked for Swift, sent, and Senator Brown, who se, John 'eoator Iloffman is east with ily, and Senator Riainsdcll is "TE I enough to attend the ses r absentees were caught on s Birth train from Butte. ding officer presented a peti irt Shaw t. e American Humane society, e pupils legislaturo to pass a law re anniver. examination of bodies of per 22 ast i ed to be dead before burial. is er.P vsented a bill relating to the f liquor licenses by retail he code makes the license lnthwe onthly, and the bill am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

ANTI-GAMBLING The Small Boy Who Plays Marbles for Keeps Had a Very Nar row Escape. SCHOOL BOND BILL PASSED. An Opposition to the Appointment of Judge Pomeroy of the Elev enth District. Special to The Tribune. HELENA, Feb. 14.-The senate went on record this morning as being opposed to gambling. Chandler's bill prohibiting all gamb- a ling by cards or other devices, omitting, a however, the gentlemanly pastime of draw poker, came up in committee of the whole. After some discussion as to the puaishment for the offense, Floweree tl offered the following amendment: Insert the word '"Craps" after "Stud horse d poker." Folsom offered an amendment to the amendment, putting "Playing b, m. i'bl's for keeps" after "Craps." He said small boys took their first lessons ta in gambling playing marbles for keeps, and this. too, he thought, should be pro. hibited, with other games. His motion and retuarks upset the dignity of the senate entirely, and it began to look as if the bill .ould be borne dow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

ON. E. O. WOLCOTT' inI a lollain- Speech lteclacres that (Grover Lied in Ilis Ilvcent HILL WANTS BIMETALLISM A New York Bank President lie ciares the lon(d Siyldicate Is IReaping Great l'Profits. WASnII , ToNx, Feb. 1(;.--In the senate today Dubois of Idaho presented a tele gram from Phlion-, Arizona, which re cited that, at a meeting of republicans of Arizona, it was unanimously resolved that the public sentiment of the terri i tory was "unequivocally in favor of the admission of Arizona to statehood at the present session of congress." Allen of Nebraska presented a resolution, which was agreed to, calling upon the secretary of the hotreasury for a list of national banks which had been the depositories of public funds for the last ten years, in terest. terms of contract, etc. Ilill's resolution, which announces the policy of the government on bimetallism and on the payment of gold obligatione. in the best money available, then came up. Sherman offered a substitute, dtrlaring that t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 February 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. T WISEKLY. One year ......... g tyne year.1.......... $.50 ix months........ 4. ix mo th ....... 1.0 One month....... 7 Three months..... 775 One week .......... 5 Single copy....... 05 Unhess Iaid in advauet the daily will invari ably he 75 cants per routh, and the weekly $2 per yer. $1 for s ix monthsb and 20 cents per motnth for toess thar ioX r-.onths. Advertirnli rate. turtetred on application. The circulation of the Tribune in :orthern Montana i. gnaralnte l t, exceed that of any paiter tpolihed in the elate. Sboscrnther deiring their address hianged must send their forater addreas as well as the new address; this should Ib remerogmred. THE TRIBUNE. (trest Falls, Mtnt. KNOCK-OUT IBLOW. That was a knockout blow thie ad. ministration received in the house of representatives Friday. From the be. ginning of tihe session up to the present time Mr. Cleveland has been possessed with the idea that because he is the president, he is congres...

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