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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
SA~IiIDAY 5IAY I, 1.91. /11.//.1ilir, V 5S 1 hl''.liT 171 .1.bas lbeP es ln itrriuln In illth inlmlln o to uut n .1 h-s t . a -pin i t In '111 'lii - I f til d t i< I ti fl t. lilii a tilol.ii I< a l illsn ),b t l 'I it eI iii-'. i u Ill I .I 1< t\il pl-i 'i. S i Ii .r U l l l il * *., 'iI. ih n i n l -4 II Ii s ii II i.iitlt~i.lii. Ilia Ifiutik i~ ir \titlii. I s ,1 Ii s i ] li Sir eii tril if iit lii I Iii1 Pi-sii I- lii ii Ii -lit !/ i1 % ..' I ill.'. jier". i li !,. Mofr l,: I li . t 'ix - e ii n " , II .ýt,"i th,"lyu'whin:; " I lm lui anIII m ur11 ie I'I ,I' ('I11 f "I poli,., F! nitt es of that lite. is now gill,, to tut puttlt Tih" r z ir t i.: a l exhaul tilt z on, and ,"aurrms with it the a-vishu'e of pains taking tibor iuponi thz part of tlw jury to arriri at tlt iottomi fittis ill thi' matt-:;. It is at i jnt uIrtstin z ln l as show IIIt, i yo tol tililoll W rhit ' ittitislhat'd in ;t sin ss1 tht"tl int' a r its ot Ir azihs. tifult ufttirl iant ; 'll'lit as il t wMa ica . he rI itr a Igits t arreosti antitit i satisfaz ry t e fw i' it ii te ntzat 'rs t ni stietrti.i trytihe of itlt I ullrzus ifIenaissyph that I. r'"dl an'Il ronht'd rer shall escape tilt p i' tzrit ' of h in' lei itmtntsitted in theirt midst. Tht " report uist kaln will ze ain ryapnsei by this g'if rnnmnt its tit basist Ipit which it will predicatz its tutur, action, with Itat' in tthe zattsa. nTIe grand jury fitrs: t jioirst: That a 'hiti of Polie szennetts' p was nsarasinat,"d t. it secret organiza-I tion of Italians known as the Mafia. Second: That the Matia protected its ro-nmbers eagainst arrest and pr,»tw'ntion by the fret .s,' of the dagger and stiletto. Third: Thla, 'he jury ernpannell.,d to try the ulurderwrs of Hienness,"y had boon brib,", in tie- interest of the Matta.i Vo"rurth,: 'That tilt killing was done by an ass'-mblage of from (;,409) to 4,40m) of thr" first. best and mout law abiding ,itizens of New Orleans. Fifth: 'That it was 'loot by people - who woubl not subruit to tilt surrernder of their rights into the hands of umid night nauss ins and their powerful allies." Sixth: That owing to thlt magnitude ,if thll affair awl ther cumber of preople engaged in it thlt grand jury finds it irt I possible to gain pensaression of facts tnecis sary to justify the presenting of indict i ments, against the lynchers. therefore, it presents none. It found indictments against six per Lsns. charging them with jury brihing. It is not suppoeed the Italian govern enrrt will readl this report with unmiriled pleasure if it belieies any of itseown sut jeits wI'nr lynihed by theinieb. tut it up pnars the'ranslljeureasr'ertaineidthiteight of the Il erilieri Italians wer' naturalized r<itizens of this e'untry ruin that the n ei n ar d br de'lartion of intentions * tr' erfr'r'ri hris ill ruinee fro' e King thanI rs t~ t ~is country; i it eanenot be win nuht bIsineess tihe Itniliiti gJ.ere ntrie t has to eo't ilii the lee' rter nat ill. "!'h.e mest starttlie fniature in II. re psrt is the eipisitieiii of nr i r/.i'iI I nii of jury bribers iin the cir) of Nen Itirlcrný. In the fare of th~is ,Ii."or..1. it ita ,eIrtnblli jinestioir r 'helhe: Surob ioubi int sitenrt its work in th i it ite'er stn of it 'ii Ir haIeite't jnrstire bl' I -riW e- in th this jir' bribing are'ei in the spirit rue-ich primpte-,. it to rid tht :u:!. of i I !i: lielierg. in rlerlous gie. enereeiernlr. We- e'an' this is a d-iritrlele -il-er. .mrther tie.'lure 'ari tie report ahin r-I will attrie't the ntteertion of tre ire' r.in ii.irrnel his serious thought is the Ire clara ion that iierre iii' 71i li,.n cr'nim.inals in thel vity III'w4) ii ns ch.i. tiriouegl tire' iielle'nre' oret our i urngientie orn lulms, have been per iit t e to im l iin the ire intr'. 'I re' jo ia s ir erluetrenel rf this fnet inst n1.> tie rrer'r'5lees t r pul tii hi:uher old str'rere' ars arr'ini t tire' 1.. h ubo ni--si .11 oil .-uch tn; unn esira h ei5. 'I foerie n* rs. if tire' In..c ing r 'li 'i aller I thisc rand july into iee i t 1e inihir' ti er lrniiiii'riiigiesi t err' li ' . n . irm iritirirn ln cia's .n us ell '''ini lee I. x' l 'lu.Ir ti le r p rir . n'riir ret. .ii i i therr disturbii'l:ir g ' I n' . el r'ire'ts if leri' t ris 'I. ' ire' er , Jee'r- . d'iler luris lii riiiiei. . ler ''t l' ~ ''er eel tire' .t irririr' re ,. ýusequ nt upon th.. uoli .r" err fo .elre in illertio n ' irseiie'i'rr .1t .... d 'ef"r.ie ; 1,:s.i rrte irrresi litre. tI. \.iI irrie" Ic . an i nh rse I: ,lmisor'I.V tS I 'TI Ii' I/t./r A'i. .\r - "'ir le iti ' f-i i ir-.ill'- 1'jell' i'ot I tr il' . . erle in . eas s liti t it pers ire ii,* erie el.'> teirtelisl nhs runnernilar !.-i ; hi. pub. it b'""_ n four r, n.... ilt tie'li aniis el' iris pert- the reol .rr r' e ir -ge-n. It is needless to srI% it if ''err rr p't blierl jr ural arnd it inny lee' e 9lerel tie rjourn, l is reid 11 1,, t l t etrt'.1 rfer i ct e . ll tl iet teli' lihii!-ien .e' I'veri ee lt arr'i- ''e e Ill, t .ini'. 'I'T h.- iritlifrl In i -l i 'pu wireuel iand stimrlerti I i. ihe lie " ire' lr distinruished r utr'i . e usr n, nhd Hil i lii rea'g there is er e H L" em i rer ie ri'h'i d by anh a .'e' thair ehelt Ir' h ei'in r' rn in chir ihill t seie it . r1 thi etur-i're elai;hr're l'r aetrne ;.' that tilue upon tire' sltegi. be1 e ng Siner N' X if tieti .'1te't.e'e' itiel tire neile Ilruse "et atel 'eeroenpanried th" pres'' ess Iti re pa t) . 'i iliirti ea' li e m e'iel iie thing in it tihrt wouel interest thle'iir. rrut tie iieia of their youthful neinis Iireneg ''*pejkeni"d tint lntineulatedi ' y it lkiking at liirr'iene eeutl emanate oenly fr..ina i-rank of the first tater. < v,\' &13:.1'/\; THE IF'rl.LG .5/TEs. A into itti of ýntlnittii. rtieprsnt i ig t rt intlirestv o til'i ('itngrgational ih i. h is ill thit- city lo tkilt i the ta n 1,vrod by t11 citizen. of the ii . a sitip ntr ittuitiant for tunt tiege which Ihat dli n t iti tit n pif tottl to ft rd in th," state ..r M1ontana.' Trlee placl-. ioeta falt., HIl-Ina id ILivingst..n bhtt vach uttered the lchurch idurm e hi nts in t yl shapi of lands aiit. Iunntt to urtibl tilt- iftlege' twit hin oitto tit1 tIits limit.. . t onett rning tbt ota tri of Ii ln Itta ;.nu Livitm stonl tho''e TI:Itws hainthing t fths it It will. Ittawn artt nture Ita. cll thratti ntif n ia f the tt inttitt, tolii a ttir Guts wh ii h may Ill well tit f nisider. in Io niei tiosr with tite sl tiont a f itu Hit frnti ty c tlilege. It is assumed that in tihl ..rfol mance .rtiduyil-ouite ilswko If allhticaotir i duty ci iumtt nswitirkdt inti a loeation for tiet institution which will tittisfantterin utwer thetain wtiry oN- s ential te uirtnitn thato (IrtFils first pliae it shoutl tue yott doubt bIt hisatihy. In the nohinid place the finleg: shoult ilt lon ated within reasonable distsndor, It is tp ath abundant buitling mstit rial. I in the third plare.. it ttould enti oor n tie near vicinity of a railrtid. In the fliurth pltee it shoua l be adjs hnt t.. it aitely. growing. prosperous pince, from which it itay reas.nably eIptet to dtraw ai g artly share of patroinagi. In the tifth, but by no unwans not the neat ins -pstint, place it shouat be lueytted where there is reasonable hope that itgood rev enue may be derived from its gift ..f lands. If all these matters be duly co.nsidered, and there is not question about the c..n atittee considering them, the Tulness:l" is of the opinion that Great Falls will be selected for the college. It is healthy. It has an abundance of the finest build ing material in the world at its doors. It is on the line of it transcontinental thoroughfare and at the center of an excellent railroad system. It is the must premising city in the west. uall, though hilt a tire-year old it has the propo~rtions and bulsintean activity of scores of cities many yeers its senior. Its surrounding lands are rapidly a pei tauitingg in value while its assured and conteru~plated on "'terprises to be establishetd will further tuhance the prier of all realty in its - mighbo.rhotsi to a figure beyond the an - ticipations of the most hopeful. These t are the facts to which the TallllF] would call the attention of tte eomu mtittec. KIND It lORDS. 1 The following gutd words for t itri'ii Fulll are from the polishetl poll of lritlier Collins of the Miasashuti (riette 1 wtho even at his distance. can me e the I Lbrilliant future in store for this eit%1 "(Il. Searles in TIhuldlol-v's i et I tilt-TIg .vtiii clips his pen it . Illolit t Ill w rites -weetly" 01' breat luIl. 11l- .Io ., it ev l g Ilerat. it resour tes, nor p 'uIt it t o," ;;liing, eolotr the future if thll' hio whi t isl estine'i to ill the great mti t foarturing renter of the state. W1hat Birea(t Iall- i- to northern Mlonjun. \1 i soa is to llestern tltnta ta. liiIt Pil-S or1 detlt tined I o i ll lt e rite' tr i till' :!t'. ;fil ranc will keep strugglingi for th. nprrinans. I ,.1!! I ~ ~ ' \I V I w ta 'r l Tet thn e opini,.l-upon thi' Iuwionit 1f the dad tv- of no more mornInt to ti'th pt. , It. it huethan are those of ;1n% othir 'ienlill lian Whose duties lo not brill" Lint befIort, the people IS all object1 of h.'itimuate ,'riti,"inn. YOt there is to ay no publir otlielur ill tie vountriy. whose utteranceeS ill publi, or privale are ,o realily' seized upon ad 1 it ise. 1y the republiew n' prom as ar't thotie of thet plresidont. lii appenstim in public FseimS ft) er'tot quill' us nti1 terror ail dismay in the repub~lionn ranks a l d'a thne form of ther deadl Cid in the ranks of the uppailedl .1hners when it was silr'utls h".rne against tharlneuon the Lack or hlis laterite wtct r-home. i lt vel*ndt ii s a pli tale viti en. cause. Imore tconstternatlion tn lln repuilie' n orgut ls an polite i' 's' thait! (h wevm ntl. as proi~tshde t, evil' id. I'.!' , tilt. I t"lter in its last l t' nn,,,l i . mit n ot" 1, 1 nn" bler I **g.viIlooml V. r 1 1ii i 'II I' lilt t mI llitti ett di't ll - : i <:lit' ito' ' h out by Ie plillu or rej.ectinl a p~r ., i:.i . n is mic e b ftnorS f lintt Ti.'. vi .leing pl;:.e ,ft the positSi!' !I" ... ºh .taL r. ishn slurine h n I'm a n i .-it i %19l ~ ~ I'Iut Ihed. bu if I ' I n "' i n l, s , Ii 1t ! hilt I I !in le<"II I "1 of l h (, G n r I . . I ; li .. ,It.:: at tiei sha osui , ,1Wish I~o hi til-m al ,i Il e I. elh by selh etiltgthe host andl inn,- r. 01l al 'Sit. I."! th, ir htuiblin.' the '.ill - ","is the 111"':t I ,lipe p~uropo ition. '?It;'I iF F, .~. F,! 1FF;. 14; i I )' !)-"I Ho l t, log"!.; :t l n ia. veri l ..Ii rox it ,n'lo'li~t i 'ntIFF) i : II-) oI1''.n FFFI.II Fet.1'FFF 1'\ FFlt'FMFF tifnldushein;; 1 NViln'rioall.nnureeassury, .dfi as a libel ti- sltuF 'p.I i the I eople of ('aliforniui. It is ltnt justice to the presi dent to say that hHI also mildly pr )tested igainst this evidently unnecessary tare of his person, but the ihiet of ofl lice per sisted and Mr. Ifirrison politely yielIed. When the president visits F reat I'llls. Is he certainly should, if he vv iMh to see th'le uig jilt trFpolis of the gr'at west. he trill not neilI the prFteitioF of a lhlt gXFFnFI. Whill'i fFw' it any "-ill tote for hilt in ':r'. all will eatendl his. a welcome MF Ihi'Frty. seF Flunsltih, fInd so genuine that ho will feel as safe in our midst FFs Ihe woFlF feel i) the bosFFM of his famnily. nTx. let congress. as fill- t s the dem oFratii house of repFriFseintatives is eon Ferned will settle thIl silver Iuestion. That body will. without dF bti pFss it feF FoinFgeI hill. If the few, repuFliennl iF the sFnat(e who vIF od with dFFemcratic I F'nIhers at th Ie last session for free FFii age of silver. remain true IF ttheir conviI lions the bill will pass the upper house. \n.1 then if President Morrison do not veto it. the metal will no longer he U diF turinr ielFmnt in natioFIil legislationI anul the Fioc lFratit nor Fulr other party will have ocFnsion to put if silver piank in its phltftormi. It their are a couple of "ifs" in the I ay which oIF y I e re FovFed if iF republian senate and a re pFIliFen pr'sident ait in harmony with the democratic house, in supporting a ti'' silver oinage measure. Will they do itL' _ I rlA' will take no part in the Chicago elxiH sitiin, probably FFn account of its want of funds to present such an exhibit of its proliucts Us as would approximattly represent its agricultural resources and imanufact Fring industries. F'or the same rousan that country took no part in the I"reneh exppoFition in 18511. Americans will please bear this in mind and not at tribute to ill-feeling upon the part of Italy that which is prompted by motives of economy. 'iT.. people of the United States are impatiently waiting to learn what Italy proposes to do in the New Orleans mat ter. Its government has had time to read and digest the report of the grand jury on the Italian lynchings, and to make known the character of its kick if it has any coming. Is it a fighting kick? ithat's the question of the hour. F ''iA) irtr 1F" will get out :f the wlods with ,a prett) fair sized plumn after altll. ono large enough to keep the wolf front the door for snie timne. After all his shortages are coveired the old gentle man will then have half a million with which to worry through life. FURNITURE IS CERTAINLY "ABOVE PAR" HIn its \',tiun tf w ll .I n 11aký, We have the Largest and Most Elegant Assort ment of any House in this City. SIDEBOARDS Silt brc , l 1 i This Week we offer,` in Order to Make Room for a New Lot, the Following: Nnlnual ~Lf $25.00. v rth tl 1iil,"I ural I i 32.50, oti'i lNiiki tii brnorr of 40.00, ot .1 William Albrecht, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. ))}'I'4)NIT1C P._11tK HOT'IHL. Bach, Cory & Co.1 IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS. - - - - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN - - . . Groceries, and. Hardware, We carry in Stock all Kinds of California and Eastern Fruits and Vegetables, Also a Large Stock of Crosse & Blackwell's Imported Goods in Marmalades, Pickles, Chow Chow, Preserves, Jellies and Jams. A Fresh Line of Choice Soups. A Choice Selection of Plow's Fancy Candies Fresh From the Factory. Sole Agents for the Ferris Meats; also Glutin's Entire Wheat Flour. A full line of Charter Oak and Universal OIL GOasoline Giant Powder, Fuse, and Caps. We have the oily Powder Magazine in town and carry a com plete stock of goods in that line. Great Falls Iron Work FOUNDERS AND MACHINIS Build Derricks, Mining Cars, Winches; d do a!' kind,! Machinery Repairs and Forgi - -- Manufacturers' Agents For BOILERS, ENGINES, STEAM PUMPS, HO WHIMS, RUBBER GOODS, BELTING, CRESCENT STEEL, LUBRICATING OIL and STEAM SPECIALTIES, OFFICE: 'Ro"o'm )'A Z Foor lsuiI (ory L. S. WOODBURY, Man' WORKS: Eighth ATnue North, Thirteenth Great Falls, THE LEADING SHOE HOUS A COMPLETE STOCK OF Men's Ladies o Bos'Misses Youths' ~~hlr BOO TS az2.el S"OE ES. Filue uisto;n Turk a Specialty--Repairing Neatly U BUDGE & KENKEL, GREAT IALLS. - - - - MO' MANITOBA HOUSE, . NEIHART, MONT. T 1,1o u lim; wit: t he unbltantitI anahi. mu I. I amt aarmmuamn ,nm m e'xceOlDWt . Pr THOU. DWYI'l, Prop'r.