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Independent (Newspaper) - December 12, 1926, Helena, Montana Girl Steno of Governor-Elect Moody Held for Robbing Texas Bank THE WEATHER Weather Sunday and Monday colder cold wave east warmer west tion VOL. DECEMBER 12, 1928. Full Associated Press From East and Wett Member of the Newspaper Enterprise Association Blast on Tank Shak York Harb AL SMITH FIGURES AS PREPARING TO CATCH BIG 1928 FISH Dec. both as president and Queen members of the cabinet and congress and others of page one importance came in tonight for a jocular panning at the annual winter dinner of the gridiron an organization of Washington paper As is the president was on hand and got the full sting of the yice President Dawes and other celebrities who drew the fire of the also were Uncle Pushed One in which there a mammoth reproduction of the front page of showed Uncle Sam pleading with the editor for first page His request was but he was quickly by Queen Marie in- the guise of the only man in New Jersey who was not in DC lane the night of the amiable the prophet of the Will Trudy and a Chicago Uncle Sam argued but was told he never did anything but go fishing When he suggested congress had on Page SHIP BUT CREW TWO INJURED HIS TO 5TH5S DECLARES WORLD RULE NOW IN HANDS OF JEWISH RACE Dec. through his the Dearborn be December 25, replies to an attack made upon him by Sew York In an address before the National Conference on her 1, by reiterating pre- Strauss was quoted as saying in part that Mr Ford had been led into a campaign of against the Jewish and had asked that Ford select eight members of a committee of ten to weigh the Through Ins Mr. Ford charged that international Jew today is in direct control of all financial centers ot including the United States federal reserve hank 8} Proofs of the article in the CHICAGO POLICE CHIEF REFUSES TO ACT on Page BECAUSE THEIR SISTER HAD BEEN FIRED Dec. Revenge upon school trustees Is believed by county to hare been Uio motive for the poisoning of the well at a country school near here and for two sons of a farmer are under Three younger brothers of 23, and Samuel 18, arrested for the well told county they the elder Rileys when they purchased the poison at and with them at Mount Taber school when the poison was poured into the water In announcing these alleged con- fessions the prosecutor saic 13, asserted he poured the potion into the well at the behes t the other The To strike at the trustees who ad removed a sister oE the rothers as teacher the Moun Rockhill tht ves is children who rom the well were endangered o much ot potion was nto the that i only as an emetic on the vie ms. A smaller quantity woul avo meant Rockhill DISTINGUISHED MONTANA JURIST PASSES AT THE AGE OF ARRANGEMENTS PEND Dec. Kenneth Ormiston rested today in a suite afforded by his captors from the journey which followed bis detection at Pa officials bf Chicago and Cook ty bickered over the disposition of the The former radio charged in California with nation of perjury and conspiracy to obstruct in connection the Aimee Semple McPherson kidnaping eluded with com- plete all newspapermen except those whose guest he and apparently was undisturbed by the asperities which he aroused between tbo chief of police and the state's Attest The latter Robert E. telephoned today to Chief of Police Morgan A. said Long Dec. to The Judge associate justice of supreme court of died in the Seaside hospital here this afternoon at 1'30 p. m. His son William was at his having ar- rived here a few davs ago from Seattle to be with his father in his critical on Page At 11-20 Saturday morning son telegraphed The In- is nothing which can be done for His condition is quite I do not want to alarm my brother John with report at this About two hours 1 p. the head nuise at the side wired The Judge passed away at p. It was received at the office of The Independent 11 minutes p. Montana A telegram received this morning by the Independent from L. Jr. at Long stated that he will here Tuesday ing with the body of his A Satire of William Lawson was a native ot born at November 1867, a ant of the who were colonial settlers m One of the Virginia Holloways was a delegate to the federal tional convention of 1787 Judge Holloway's grandfather was John who was born in ginia in 1805, and in early life crossed the mountains into tucky and engaged in later moving to a farm in Monroe lie died at Moberly in 1S95. Judge Holloa ay's on Page REFUSES TO GIVE UP HER BABY Taxes Bite Deep Into Briand's Nobel Prize Dec. Mini- ster Briand's Christmas in the form of half the Nobel peace prize of 1926, will enrich the French treasury to the equivalent of about in The proximately friends will KO to buy sheep and pigs and build WHY DAWES DRAWS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE Dec. of the visitors to the senate today came for They were John T. Chicago and Will who remarked that one of the reasons Vice President Dawes was given the Nobel prize was because he was the only man in Chicago who could keep a on during the stormy day of the a new wing on his country house at on the river M Briand is considered out of want but he is far from rich as wealthy men go He earned from to a year before the war as a corporation legal ad- and he saved part of His present salary as foreign minister is equal only about TOUGH OUTLOOK FOR MURDER CASE JURY Dec. murder of Don R. Canton will go before a jury Monday Thirteen selected in a week's tedious arc locked up over this week-end under the only thus far in their possession is the memory of a trip yesterday to the murder KNOCK A DEPUTY OUT AND BEAT IT St. Dec prisoners of the St Louis county jail at a held on various charges including murder and rob escaped late today after brutal Iv assaulting Deputy Sheriff Rudy acting He wa unconscious by a blow 01 the Three of the prisoners a motorist near the jail and fled ii is The other four on The Attack Baumer was escorting whom ho locked up in the on the first floor of tlic v hci the seven who arc the freedom of the him Baumer fought but was overpowered and unconscious Taking Ins th prisoners opened an outer door an dashed to Baumer regained about ten minutes later when foun by another and an alarm wa MIKADO OF JAPAN ILL OF Los Dec. jrey wife of Charles will file uit for divorce and custody of their wo babies it was an- tonight in a statement issued n her behalf by her Mrs. Chaplin said tins action is the result of failure to negotiate private out of pending have failed to result in reasonable or quate on Mr. Chaplin's part for maintenance and the statement read Clings to Child has refused to relieve their present inconvenience and He has even made it a condition of on Page WEATHER OUTLOOK IN COMING WEEK Weekly Northern Rocky Mountain Mostly unsettled with occasional temperatures below normal first of ly fair and somewhat v. Dec is critically ill of pneu Oxygen and heart stim are being administered t him New Dec. cries of explosions aboard the 11 tanker anchored in channel off shook New Tork Two men were- seriously injured taken to a Fifteen men of the crew of 38 were aboard ho vessel at the but due to he alertness of Thor hey all A few received After the first explosion Brage lung a lino to a 30 feet and the men aboard the climbed o before a second explosion which twisted the steel plates of the forepart of the vessel Men 10 Blocks Algot machinist on the received a fracture of the John a shipyard who was about 10 blocks from the scene of the also suffered a broken leg when thrown to the pavement by the force ot the Both residents ot were taken to the Long Island college Windows were broken within a radius of Hundreds ot families living in tenements along water front fled from their fearing that munitions explosions had Tanks All the tanks of the ship had been emptied ot oil when the ex- plosion occurred and were being cleaned preparatory to refueling It is believed that the explosion was of gas accumulated in them from the acid used in About an hour after the explosion the Twenty fire companies and fire boats were called to the Erie after the The built In 1920 at had a gross tonnage of She was 429 feet long and 69 feet boat ar- rived in New York December from Diaz Renews Charge That Calles Plans for Nicaragua Invasion Dec. Adolfo Diaz of today issued a manifesto in which he renewed his accusations that the Mexican government is supporting the present liberal revolutionary movement in this He that reliable tion indicated that officials of the Mexican government were outfitting with an armed would proceed shortly to under the escort of Mexican to make war against his President in his di- accused President Calles of the to erect a political order in with the aid of a Dec. M Briand's peace and disarmament Ian at Geneva has met with obstacles His proposal to draw allied military control on February 1 and arbitrate the with Germany relative to that country's it di- rect negotiations is believed o be disapproved in somo measure jy the French cabinet who after a two-hour session this sent him new instructions The members of the cabinet showed he utmost but rumors from Geneva that M. Briand might resign m the cabinet flatly rejected his plan indicated the seriousness I coast of Nicaragua an armed of the tion on the McLean vessel aguan political which would follow the sinister of Second Invasion President information that the can following the same policy which impelled it to equip and dispatch last August to the Pacific is now and equipping another expedition of even more for to be launched rom Puerto against the Atlantic coast of is understood from reliable sources that it is the plan the Mexican government that the vessel now being outfitted by of- of the Mexican government an armed should RAID ON A BANK IS PUT AGAINST SEEKS HABEAS Austin Dec. plication for a writ of filed by Mrs. Grace E. to Free her Rebecca who arrested here day in connection with the robbery of the Farmers National was dismissed here tonight by Judge James R. of the district District attorney J. D. Moore told the court that charges had been filed against Miss Bradley in Hays Miss a graduate the University of and a in the office of Attorney General Dan arrested here following bery of the Buda by a young Bold Deed A girl entered the bank on the pre- tense of using a and all but two bank employes had gone to she took out a on Four on Page INSURGENT IS TO GOOD STANDING SURPLUS WILL GO TO RE- DUCE DEBT Blizzard Sweeping Over Mercury Drops Toward Zero Dec. were turned down by republican membership of the house ways and means committee on all tax reduction including dent tax credit for the present As a by a strictly party committee adopted a motion by Great Dec. them Montana was this afternoon in the grip of a fierce blizzard that swept down from the north and con- verted an old-fashioned chinook into weather of the mid-winter Blasts of snow were carried be- fore a frigid wind depressed thermometer readings from 30 above to 12 above within a short The accumulation of snow on the ground when night set in was not Woman Kills Man in Oklahoma Street Duel Dec. woman's aim was the more and 50, is dead tonight as the result of a gunfight on Main street this afternoon with Mrs. 30. Mrs. who walked to the courthouse and surrendered to the sheriff immediately after the would make no said a loud ment preceding the is survives by a and two Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs have no It was said by acquaintances that the two families extremely but at times during the afternoon the fall was dense that moving objects rould not be dis- cerned a block Several minor auto collisions occurred on Great Falls streets when the storm first but none of the was Worst in Oil Field The storm was more severe in the Kcv oil field and Shelby and Grass than in Great according to word received At Sweet Grass the temperature was reported to have dropped from 43 on Tags Dec. tor the North Dakota is again a republican in good He was invited back into the party foM today by organization leaders who two years ago banished him from their councils and deprived him of committee plums because he was the La Follette camp during the 1924 presidential He The proposal that he return to party councils found the North kota who recently was in- with other colleagues to a. White House m a tive He that he be had been The duel was fought around Dearborn's was parked on the She It Witnesses said Mrs. Hobbs a pistol and started shooting after ignoring Dearborn's demands that she enter the took an automatic pistol from his and emerging on the opposite opened fire Two bullets passed through the woman's one going through a pocket and puncturing her but neither struck Mrs. third shot struch born over the heart and he died New Dec. ex- plosion today demolished the two story factory of the Metropolitan Glue company in the Four employes suffered Office workers in adjacent buildings were blown from their feet The ion was police by a caustic solution applied by workmen to hot glue tanks had been to committee standing were not Representative of his former on ranking to table all on the ground he nue It earned after brief been a republican and his but sharp debate had brought from that the president's suggestion would be included among those to be tucked into a legislative This means under existing the treasury surplus will be plied to reduction of the public debt at the end of the fiscal June CO NEW YORK GLUE FACTORY BLOWS Dec. Royal Bank of Canada today announced an increase in its capital stock of The new share will be ted at 5200 per share to share ers of record December 11 in tion to their present Each share holder will be entitled to proximately one new share for every five shares now The present price of. Royal Bank shares is now Dec. re- quest that a substantial medal be en to Matthew A. the negro accompanied Admiral Peary to the North was made in a introduced today by Representative New He said who at the peril of his own hie Peary from death and made the Polar discovery received neither nor honor and and ill from he is an obscure menial servant in the customs house at New Train Hits 2 Two Seriously Injured Dec. people were killed and two injured when an ger Denver and Rio Grande and No. 2. hit an automobile driven by John J. of just cast of at 4 o'clock this The dead John J. HicK 24 years a steel Mrs. Mary mother of the dead The injured Mrs. Hope lone 19 years widow of the dead both legs about head and fatal ternal Edin 17, legs and arms cut and The 13-raonths old baby of young couple escaped without
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