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Independent (Newspaper) - November 4, 1926, Helena, Montana Four Three in Battle in New York City Prison THE WEATHER I Weather for Generally fair Thursday and warmer east full Associated Press Reports From East and West Member of the Newspaper Enterprise Association VOL. NOVEMBER 4, 1926. 53 Michigan M Lost YOUNG ROYAL LOVERS CAPTURE HEARTS OF SWEDISH PEOPLE NEW YORK PRISON THE SCENE OF LIVELY BATTLE Four men were killed today and three wounded when the of famous old Tombs prison was turned into a battle ground as three desperate attempted to shoot their way to All the prisoners were but before they died they killed a prison another and Peter Mallon below shot the Warden The Michael robber and alleged Hyman robber and Oliver alias Oliver Chicago and New York prison The Warden Peter shot below the Daniel prison shot in the J. A. shot in right on Page 3 of and Crown Prince of today whirled IRON RUN UNDER IS SCENE OF FEARFUL DISASTER Nov. miners are believed to have lost their lives when the from one official function to of a swamp under which the the central figures in the gay Hecker iron mine near here ram carried out in honor of their today had dropped in- redding The princess spent one of the to a shaft Deepened by recent busiest days of her life but tonight no signs of At all the dinners and A Helena patrolman went out monies she appeared radiantly single handed and beat Sheriff Jim Barnes for the most coveted job in Lewis and Clark Mr. Burgess was formerly an employe of the Montana Power company and for several years a policeman un- der Chief Joe He took a to run for sheriff and he made the race in the face of the opposition of republican soft drink parlor operators and financial His lead over Barnes completely the influences which always seek to name the official family of Lewis and Clark Mr. Burgess goes into office as sheriff without having made a promise to any of the interests usually rounding a sheriff in as did Prince embarrassed at times and bowed more or less boredom as one unction followed People The romance of the love match the young princess and the prince is gripping the hearts f the Swedish people still more y as the wedding celebrations King Albert's words at last night's state marriage s the culmination of our dearest have been met with deep pleasure throughout the Stockholm is charmed with the de- displayed by the young in their make no efforts o conceal their They are always seen and always the waiting crowds burst into cheers at the sight of the royal Refuse to Recommend That Our Codes be and THrown on the Waste New Measures Bringing Desired Changes in Banking Code arc Recommended by The banking laws of Montana should not bo and thrown on the waste in the opinion of the banking code com- mission appointed by Governor J. K. to investigate the hanking rode of this The re- poit ot the commission which has reached Erickson mends that tho executive ask the next legislative assembly to pass desirable changes in th banking Change of The principal change proposer in tho banking law is in provision that liquidation of banks be placed on Page heavy rains the bottom ol the swamp gave way and a section 300 feet long and 200 feet wide fell into the trapping the men at All Lost But The mass of slough is believed to have caught most of the men on the first and third A check by officials of the mine tonight revealed that all were on duty at the time ol the all but one of whom are to have lost their W. E. a state mining r and William an officia on Page n AS RESULT OF POLL OF TUESDAY Catalan Rebels Foiled by Alert French Cop The Catalan revolutionary which ended here yesterday with the of 93 went on rocks because a French man spent a 3 car watching the ments of the plotters and had thing ready when the time lor action To make matters even worse for the mostly youthful lan the revolutionary got in their dates and for a time lost among the foothills of the the French The French policeman Com- of the first of the Paris ferreted out the the of which was bold enough to post its colors on a building in the Bois suburb of For more than a he followed the activities of his revolutionary whose ostensible object was the separation from Nov. cation ov er the election results was expressed in statements issued by Chairman Shaver of the democratic national committee and Chairman of the democratic campaign Both saw in the figures a trend toward the democratic which they saic augurs well for the party's hopes in 1928. results confirm our tion estimate and arc very ing said Mr. Shaver thought it appears a majority of th congress was not quite the gains signify a victorious advance for the democratic party and a momentous setback for the republican party am Swing addition to the congressional substantial gams were made in stati and local Even where ou candidates did not in manj tales and cut into the usual republican majorities The swing from republican to demo cratic voting is marked clear to Pacific and the trend is certainly en for 1928. popular favor and in our party to it i a good time for democrats carefull to survey the whole t the opportunity of service fo on Page Daugherty and Miller Will Face Jury Again New Nov. eral Attorney Emroy R. BucKner announced tonight he again would prosecute former attorney general Harry M. Daugherty and former alien property Thomas W. whose recent trial on charges of conspiring to defraud the government resulted in a jury Buchner said he would request the court to set trial for The charges against Daugherty Uiller out ot tho transfer to a Swiss corporation of some worth of war impended stock of the American Metal com- Daugherty and Miller were in dieted May 7, and put on trial Sep tember Neither took the slant Nov. civil suit to cancel the Teapot Dom oil leases and contracts made wit Harry F. Sinclair reached the su court today in a petition b Sinclair asking a review of the circu court decision against in his own the chief ness being Richard NO CHANGES SHOWN IN RESULT FOR STATE OFFICES in Tuesday's dis- carded her approved a measure for construction of highways by means of a 3-ccnt gasoline tax but declined to be taxed further for schools or hail insurance and regardless of on the retention of state who sought Both Congressman Scott rep. in the second district and Con- gressman John in the district were returned by substantial Justices W. L. Albert J. both re- other six year Lee a former member of the railroad com- gained on easy Heavy Vote The surprisingly heavy majority rolled in the yesterday for repeal vas cut down OF HE IS TRIUMPHANT DEMOCRACY CASTS A COLD SHADOW OVER REPUBLICAN CONTROL OF CONGRESS 3 thrust til the election has certain Insurgent of the senate and threatens the the republicans had over the house since landslide two With the makeup ol the 70th con- giess the seven of the nine places the lican majority in the thus leaving the balance of power there in the little group of Insurgents elected under the republican Rebels In By taking 13 scats so far from 1 tho republicans in the the democrats have brought about an alignment under which the gent group there might ho able to take the upper hand-in the working control of that I Besides the gains In tho democrats have won the ship in two normally republican South Dakota and control of the highest office n South Dakota for the first time n a quarter of ti On the other the ost the governorship of Oregon and Wyoming and their candidates in Arizona and New Mexico are finding the going anything but where the democrats regained a con- trol in the Harding landslide in 1320. The last senatorial contest to he tled was that in winning over Bert E. and Senator R. N. ind. With the the re publicans will have only 48 seats in the senate after they have the vacancy in Maine caused by th BROTHER OF MRS. HALL CALLED AT HOME STATE WITNESS on Page HAVE A PLACE IN THIS WORLD SHE CLINGS TO DANCER Mao Nov. ucen Marie dedicated the of fine arts today in a address in which she explained mt her journey from Inch reached its climax in the bare halls of the was a of The with cess Prince Nicholas and the others of the royal arrived over the Columbia River The party retired to the Multnomah hotel here and later made a tour of the Tonight the royal party entered on another round of official functions of and to the reception by the to criticism of her lane said she would give no Her Majesty upon an undercurrent of ad- comment concerning her hip of Samuel founder the and Miss Loie ncr dancer and close friend of the Hill she pictured as a dreamer and she understood be- cause am a dreamer and Loie The name of the queen often been adding hat the former me her ifc in my hom of o assistance given the queen during the is a built into this a for today and for Marie in dedicating the unfinished of the Many cases of gifts from Marie which will occupy a Roumanian room of the museum when it 15 within a few will be taken to Seattle to completion of the With them will go other presents by the French government was presented in the ceremony today by Albert counsellor of state of Hundreds of person's cheered the queen as she moved through the streets and others packed the lobby of f her where she and Prince on Page Frederick W. was elected to the senate in The republicans so h a ve Senators James E. Watson and Arthur R. Robinson in In- Tasker L. in and Samuel M. in T h e republican seat contested by former Governor Sweet of Colorado apparently has hc e n won Charles W. who had lead of mately with less than 50 pre of Delated returns trickling in ing the daj showed that the had unhorsed Senators aid P. Ernst in Ralph K in George IT. liams in and O. E. in MAI j These were in addition to James W who in New M friend of President who was overwhelmed by David 1. Walsh In Massachusetts and John W. In Senator Samuel John B. democratic for the for re- U. S. senate in in c death of Senator Bert Fernald Tho democrats will have 47, with the other seat held by Minnesota The Senate Included among the republican 4! are thiee Insurgents who won han dily Smith W. Brookhart of Gerald P. of and John J. of AVis as well as Senator of of North on Page N. J. Nov. The first of the trials ivas opened four years after he double killing upon they ire in the little county house here modernized to accommodate a human drama ready allotted a page in criminal The state moved John L. North N. hitherto even in the lists more than 100 tive was called to deliver the first blow at a defense Alibi He told how he had stepped from his home at about o'clock on the night Hall that the Rev. his choir Mrs Eleanor were shot down to find Willie one ot the de- at the who with his and lier the minister's are on trial for has on Page Los Angeles Court Binds Aimee Trial in 60 Days AT PORTLAND Nov. Thousands lined Portland's streets this evening to acclaim Queen Mane Later County Returns 1 Change 2 Big Democrat Majorities Two changes in county ticket wore the result of returns from county precincts Dr. David T. Berg won out over Dr. Tom Hawkins for coroner and John defeated C. C. for the office of county Otherwise the results an- Los Nov. 3 Amice Semple ordered held for on inal charges her pulpit in ple tonight with the Judges ment ringing in her cars that lay under of In Binding over to the superior court Ihe religions her Mrs. Minnie and her chief Mrs. Judge youngest jurist in Los p a full examination entire there 13 cause to defendants cause is and has been construed as or which means such a of facts as would lead a. mar. of dinary caution and to lieve conscientiously entertain suspicion that the persons accused are Bail Judge Hiake fixed bail at 52 for each evangelist went white ns she heard decision that sent her to the for trial on tho that she conspired to facture evidence supporting her of last Mav and refute allegations that she spent 1 0 in a. with her former wireless Kenneth G fugitive Mrs make with IT H San Nov. T Be- lated from territory tonight began to cat into the margin 1 up in favor of repealing the stale my law and in the brief time required to in the vote from additional precincts had cut it from more than to mately The vote in of for repeal of the act. BUSES IN CAPITAL AROUSE PURITANS flounced yesterday morning for the general election in this county re- main the The democratic sweep of the ticket was made larger y returns from additional pre- which had not been reported night and the Lewis and Clark county majority for the re- leal of the state prohibition law continued to The rote stands for the repeal and 1.421 against the repeal with only 23 precincts heard from on this Forty-seven precincts have re- ported of the 49 in the county for he election of The lead of Clyde over Barnes for increased with Nov upper of that pli alon 16th street in bad women objected Kennedy smiled at the court si they had to drawn on women to i the second floors of their houses fo but as they Now the police are suggest turned to electric lights on the top deck the impassioned j 5top public on Split Even on House in Flathead Pauline Re-elected Pauline was re-elected state senator ot head but the house is evenly D. and and Rockwell and re- Mrs. Macdonald is the widow of Dr. A. D. Macdonald former member from Flathead county and speaker of the U. S Coast Guard Has Been Ferrying Rum my God is I am noient of these the the trial hy must start within 60 j The five weeks of ended as they had com- in a torrent of hitter de- nunciation from prosecuting T. thief ot defense whose was dangerously injured in an ILLINOIS STUDENTS GIVEN GRAND BOUNCE Nov. Twelve man steel The jury was men students were expelled from the discharged October 11. The final vote was 7 to 5 for conviction of Daugherty and 10 to 2 for tion of. U. of Illinois today for violation of university rules gambling and use automobiles by Nov. Boston American says tonight m a righted story that six Boston coast guard boats liquor from mm row at a of a have led to a federal tion that has revealed coast guard boats as regular liquor carriers with some of their officers as party ers in rum row The facts have been revealed by a coast guard participant to national coast guard William J. in a scries of secret examinations of coast the story Wheeler has returned to Washington with his reports and his assistants have uncovered a new trail to Details of the manner ir. which the coast guardsmen landed liquor were printed by the paper in an in- with a member of one of thi on Page Governor Ross Beaten by a Slender Margin showed m his uncertain voice bile accident at San Matco I apparently had passed from the gubernatorial throne in the ed States the evident transfer of the Wyoming to Frank C. Emerson was considered a victor over Mrs. Nellie first woman governor of the when he amassed a lead of in 612 precincts of the 685 The remaining 85 precincts are in settled districts artd republican leaders claimed Governor on Page NEW AVIATION LINE PLANNED BY FRENCH Nov. of francs to establish a trans Atlantic aviation lins between Dakar in the French colony of and Buenos the tine nab announced here Ross could not gain sufficient votes to change the the gloomy the j democratic state headquarters here tonight would not Emerson's I Winter Other republican candidates weft into office on the tide with majorities of between and f Congressman Charles E. re- was to the sole place in the national house 01 defeating Thomas lead ot in 595
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