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Billings Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1923, Billings, Montana Scraps From the Editorial Wartebasket Sifted From Grut, By WUX AIKEN Dear as how this here Mister Dcmpspy has wrest! eJ with Angel Firpo and piH the Injun sign of KO on him, which wives us the checrJn' assurance that this well knowr world of our'n lias been restored to its K. Qullly Brluni for tho time bcin.' at 'least dnd that we will not for sorm u'et-ks sec the pitcher of Mister Demnsc-j In every paper we pEcks up, till It look: like tho camera won't take nolJiIn1 1m Dempsey pitchers say, seoiu UK how this Kreni event has camo of and the chamjil'ii has wc-ni homo will all brllchcs and t-oat pockets full o money for which Hie gate rc'cMpt.s, that I will not miiko m. k usual weekly trip lo the metvoloims, ati' will write to you in Mf-fid, askli: Kindly that you convoy to the sent a lhat Ihcro golden oak desk my inns kindest regards And at the stunt- tim letlln' him know that I has tot-en n covered, as you might say of a nul< mobile top, from that there, little Ine dent, which I writes you last wi-o when I Intercepts a pie which lick! DoremuK Dodtls has threw at "lied Embers, our poslmastcr-tdlior, and IT be-In' nothln' more or less ihnn tho Innocent bysltter who usely gets what comln' to one of the others whenM gets between two or more belldgcrent THE BILLINGS GAZETTE u A M iPIU A Ik TIE AOE OF HOITIM lEWSr AFERS WEEKLY- EDITION VOL PRICE FIVE CENTS BILLINGS, MONTANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1023. N. 8. ihd N. Y. World Full PrMt SMTVIM 600 BERKELEY HOMES BURN x i ___________'______________ i Midland Fair Gates Swing Open Today Which the account of that there flgl at New proves very divert tliIB present it recallln' mlnd'a same years ago whc I'm a mere slip- youth and hSvin' several Mike Itobe-s of Bport'.lnniy veins, as you might .say. It was up at Helena, which it Is the state capital, as you probably know; and I'm there on account some business with the Fed'ral courL which It wants id inquire about some fencln' of public' lands by a prominent citizen who thought he could get away with It. him livln' In a sparse community and no tourists hardly a-tall. Well, one night while I'm there r hears they's to bo a prize fight at the on'ry houpe, open to alj'who don't get sink'in' of the 'stummlck when men is knocked In senseless, and 1 decides I'll go 10 said light, me never havln' been much give to sad and teary tyabits. if where the tight is to lie gave. Well. Ut Is, hut the mam happonin's they don't give no thrills worthy of a extra edition, hut then Mister E. Nounoer he eets up and tells everybody the final numhor on, the program It Is a. battle royal, explains is a sort of mulligan if you was considerln' stews instead of Fisly Anna. Then the royal battlers comes on and, honest, they's so many spills out on the stage 'It looha llkr one of these hero trick street cars Sri the movies where passengers pours out of the vehicle for rive minutes, when the original capacity was only sixteen, Includin' of -straphangers. It seems they's a whole lot of black men out to the fort that time and these here ebony-colored soldiers they la to give the battle 'royal, which Is wh'ere tbey fill the ring with fighters and nt (he gong everybody gets ta flghtln' and whenever one Is knocked down that's the end of the light fow.him, and the last man left standln' alone on the stjppy deck Cassle Biariea that time when the ferryboat got plumb destroyed by fire, he a dollar or two and the rest they gets a little sample package of court plaster and maybe a'strip of brown paper to san'wicli be- tween th6 upper lid and the ditto teeth to stop the nosebleed. cast with morning, promises to be clear for the open Ing day. One, of the special features of the fair this year Is the change" made In tlcfcet valued. Tickets for the center- field and grand stand, including the bleacher seats, are interchangeable un- der the new system, and those holding bleacher tickets or grand stand tickets may drive their cars direct to the In- field. Will Safeguard TreeA The this is that hereto- fore the car situation has caused gVeat deal of congestion, because the grounds are not more than half large enough for the Tents are tak- ing up a'great deal of. sfrace formerly used for parking, and a number spots in which trees have been planted are fenced this year, since the board is desirous of protecting the trees, which have b'een growing very nicely. Those who elect to sit their cars in the infield arft asked to park their cars in a certain spot to be designated by the officer in charge of parking am will be placed along the fence arount the arena, but 25 feet away from th fence. In order to reduce danger, from possible accidents on'Uho track. Loaded With Best. A certain of grand stand seat will be'held each day until 10 .a. m for thafuse thoee wlio eitb.ec. Hv city or who are out of th city, and will be sold Hat the uptow ooth at the south corner of clt all, beginning at that hour each morn This will only be a small bloc nd seats will be held each day. In the auditorium; stands, henchk. nd shelves are loaded with the be; reduce of the Midland Empire, to TODAY'S TRACK PROGRAM. Saddle horse race, 1-2 mile; -10 entries, contest, 10 riders. race, Indian, 3-8 mile; seven entries. Ranger. Bros, orchestra. race, 3-8 mllej-'nine entries. relay race; three entries. race, Indian, 1-2 mile; eight entries. Bros, orchestra. Flying Circus. bull dog gin a; two con- testants. riding; aix contestants. bucking contest; 11 riders. race, 1-2 mile; seven entries. race, Indian, 3-4 mile, eight entries. race, 3-4 entries. relay race; six entries. Governor Says He Will Use Militia to Confis- cate Food for Tillers Hit by Four Crop Fail- iires, as Well as to Humble Kluxers; Expects Press to Defeat Its Own Opposition. Okmiilgee, Sept. to use the national guard to obtain food for starving in Garter and Marshall if other agencies fail, was voiced here, Monday night, by Gov, J. C. Watson in a speech to an audi- Iho largest ever assembled Okm P I N' CR t T I Workers Un- able to, Earn Enough For Food Were Peti- tioning When SJain. gether with Jobbers' attractive displays of merchandise.. Exhibitors were busy Monday afternoon putting the final touch to already unequal ted arrange- ments of the best of the country, that when the gates open at 8 o'clock (Continued on Page 2; Col. 7.) Well, sir, the gong rings and every body picks him a victim and the.se here black men goes to U like a flock of tanks cndurln' of the late fcmenled war, and In about a minute they's wha you might call a obscuration of th UplUs In the the cause ot sam tie a shower of dark meat In cois junction with' a certain per cent gore. Honest. Mister, the air Is fu of human beln's, some down an some Koin' up, anrt them Sis isn knocked down away like. dollar or two was a of monoj and them as in knocked down rollii out of said ring with' revolution dispatch, they right quick hurt a place where they can patch theii selves up, nnvln' lost'lntrust in the right when they finds out they has lost the principal, as you might say. Finely they's all up but nine or how- ever they Is. of the feller which the referee calls Victor. "and the battle royal Is done, which Jit Is a battle raw-yell, sure enough, for everybody seems to it above all else, and then they goes from there and the janitor puts in a .few days petthV the slapc mopped up ,so's Katie Putnam or Hettle Bernard Chase can begin a week of ,repoTtorlal at prices to suit the purses o? all. While I am these here Inci- dences It occurs to me' that I might's well co-respond for The Paper and pivc you a account of a tmnAplrencc of the last few days, which it prows out of a visit that a oil stock pays tn Rolltckin' Rufc Royster. which IIP over on the next ranch, and the Information comes via the way of wordy mouth, as you might say. and therefore correct If true. Well. It Is averted, as the police- court Deports puts it. that-this ncre salesman comes alone down Rufe's way and .....fan he sec JUGO-SLAVS TRICK MUSSOLINI ON FIUME Premier Pachitch Reported to HaVfe Traded Port for Italian Littoral, With Project of Establishing Rival Harbor to Blank Old. Belgrade, Sept. Jugo-Slavia was celebrating the fifth anniversary of the capture of Monastir and the piercing of the Salonika was spread, Monday, to the effect that Jugo-Slavia. had scored a diplomatic victory over as the matter was represented here, ho ocioKenartan Premier' Pachitch, builder of Jugo-Slavia had beaten'the young and aggressive Mussolini on JInts hi the duel over Fiume. Italy will have Flume, public opinion afireca, but sho pay for It by concession ofvthe Italian littoral, which from some of the hands Mister Royster. which they IK little muw about answerln' accownt they ain't In the habit of hcarln' nobody nominate him Mister Royster. but just then Rufe he Jumps out the hayloft and Inquires what's wanted. Then this here sales- man, who has about forty carrots of on and about his person, himself a Introduction and proceeds to show Rnfc some what calls llllrachcr about a company which Is mannfacturln1 millionaires by selUn K ER A Former Patrolman Overheard Spill in Underworld. Berlin, Sept. a demonstration by workmen at Frel- burgh, in Baden, Monday, there was a collision wUh the police, in which the on the. workmen, killing omrAnd WQundlh.g several others. Twelve persona were killed and many wounded at.Sorau, province of Bradenburg, on Saturday, when police reinforcements which had been called to the town, because of food demon' stratlons, llred Into a crowd In the market place. Owing to the fact that the factories have teen working on short time, the wages of the workmen were totally In- adequate for the purchase of the mosi frugal supph'es of necessities. Ttfany of the men are said to have re-] cefved leas than the equivalent of 25 cents weekly. For a long time the poplace had suffered in silence, but on Friday a further Increase in prices led tosa violent demonstration, which forced the shopkeepers to reduce prices- There was no interferences on the par; of the police and the day passed with- out disorder. The burgomaster, however, summoned police reinforcements from Kottbus and these arrived Saturday and took up quarters in the market place of Sorau. While a deputation of workmen was urging the burgomaster to withdraw tho reinforcement, a great crowd gathered In the market place and the police, ap- parently fearing they were about to be attacked, suddenly opened fire. The crowd fled In terror, leaving 12 dead and many wounded on the ground. SHOOT TO KILL, COUNCIL ORDER AGAINST HOODS ____ ever Okmulgec. The governor declared in sponsc to pleas of residents of the two counties, ho had determined to appoint a committee to Investigate conditions there and that, if the situation'war- ranted, he would ask th'e remainder of the state to "divide Its goods" with the victims of, "four crop failures." Says He Can't Tell All "And If the state the execu- tive said. "I will asaln uso that verj convenient tool, martial law, and take ood to those farmers.' Tho reference to this further use of he guard came after a long speech, f. which the governor defended In detal every phase-of his administration tha e said had been criticized. Asserting tliat it was Impossible t truth of his official acts, because of th refusal of the press to represent him fairly. Governor Walton said that n had determined to let the press go t its greatest lengths because he fel that, by so doing. It would force upo" itself a system o( licensing such as i In effect in other professions. Forced by Crimes to Uie Guard. "Finally, the better editors in th state will see the necessity of klckln over the unscrupulous members of th profession and the reform will be ef fecteA thus within the th governor Use of the national guard in curbin thfi activities of floggc-rs, 'the governo said1, was determined upon only afte every other agency had failed. COURT SPARES MOTHER OF 8 IN THEFT Albuquerque, N. M., Sept. Elma TruJiNo, charged with embez- zlement of from the money order fund of the San Mateo, N.' M., postofftce, appeared before Judge Phillips In federal district court Monday morning with an infant in her arms and pleaded guilty. Following the information that Mrs. Trujillo Is the mother of eight chil- dren, the eldest of whom Is 13 of age- And that her husband is employed at a waoe of per month, Judge Phillips advised her' that tie would defer'sentence until March 1. Jn the meantime, If she and her husband make an earnest effort to return the money, it Is probable, Judge Phillips told her, that she will be merely fined. According to .the Indictment, Mrs. Trujillo, while postmistress, used money order funds for her per tonal for a year before the itiort- age was discovered. GfyASS FLAMES TOLL MILLIONS ANDTWO D SS II QL GE "It never entered my mind to use the militia until' It became apparent that because of the domination of the Ku MILITARY COURTS DIGGING INTO KLAN Industry and become one of the captains cl slndnstryand thus escape some ot the burdens of taxation which has put on a suffcrln' people? t Now, Bute he aln'l what you might call a nlsgcrly man ivlln his unearned Implements, which they mwnis mono- he ain't sweat for. but stlllin' all he Imoirs eiartly W many five centses maXes a dollar -and two hits, so he .lands wide apart on his feet a char- acter rlsliV posfl with Rufe. the whiles he's chwtln' a wasp of hay. ftnd he say to this hero salesman. In his soft anfl dlsarmin' .tone of voice: "Ulster Mar. my boyhood friend Jake Spear' once told me thai thrice harmed as he had Just homes of this city or molesting Its citizens in which they resisted This order Is tho result of n visi by "three white- robed men to the homi of Georgia Cross, a colored w'oman last Friday night- The woman maiL her escape from the .house before th men got inside. Upon leaving the: admonlihed a lodger at tho place t tell tho Cross woman "to 'cut out he rough stuff." QUAKER SCULLER DEFEATS HOOVE I where hy too much oil. One 1 yields lo SI Wren's voice nnd buys me a few shapes ot stock In a oil company which leases on about nil Iho land in ArV.nsaw and putt n on a drlllln camralim thai was gnln' In put old 'John P. on IJie (V and o. slab fn the commercial morgue. I gels telegrams (Continued on i; Col. FIRST AVENUE IS NO-PARKING ZONE FOR WEEK No automobiles will be allowed to park en First ftvenuc north between Twenty- ninth and Twenty-sixth streets during the Midland Empire fair. Tatfio chief of police announced Monday.'The restriction is deemed necessary on ac c.wnl of the heavy traffic on First ave- nue. Signs frill he posted warning mntor Ists not to park nnd the ruling will rigidly enforced, Chief Talgo said. WET CONCRETE BURIES 4 ALIVE IN RIVER BED Dtiluth. Sept. Wai ter Hoover the worst defeat he ha ever suffered, W, E. Garrctt Gilmor cf Philadelphia. Monday, won the Phila delphia pold cup which carries with. the world's singles skulling champion ship. The race was the Kt. Louis and a quarter. The time was Gl more won by eight lengths, ten seconi ahead of the former champion. (Continued on page 2, Col. 5) Beer and Light Wine Advocates Announce Ticket in 1924. Omaha, Sept. E. DeBow. of Omaha, made public a letter lo Presi- dent Coolldge. asking the latter for his support in the league's effort to obtain modification of the Volstead law for manufacture and sale of beer and wine and asserting that the league will have aHull congerssionnl political ticket next year, hoping to make the liquor campaign a paramount Issue in the 1924 election. After referring to the reported Inten- tion of President Coolidge to call the governors of various states Into confer- ence on law enforcement, the letter said: no doubt are Informed that the west.Is very much interested In ydur intention of calling the governors to- gether for law enforcement. A large number of voters are interested not only-In the enforcement of the prohibi- tion law. but ail other laws and not an mujh partiality shown in regard to this one law." One Civil Tribunal Dodges Test With .Cover nor and Resets Date of Session; Police Head Restored in Okahoma City; Guns Removed. Oklahamo City, Sept. two largest cities actually occupied ay the military, Oklahoma passed its second day under martial law, Mon- day, without disturbance. Nowhere in the state except at Tulsa and Okla- homa City were martial activities visible. University City Threatened With Complete Destruction Until Wind Shifted; Fire Appa- ratus From Other Cities Aids to .Curb Con- flagration; Two Largely Ashes. Berkeley, Cal., Sept. persons are dead, 600 homes are ruined, millions of worth of property was Consumed and the entire city of Berkeley was threatened as the result of a graas fire, which, running out of control be- cause of a heavy north wind, swooped through the Crag? mount district, Monday afternoon, and swept into the more crowded residential districts. Two University of California students, unidentified, are known to through the roof of a burning building. A third person, unidentified, also is believed to have been lost in the residence district jnear the hills. The section conflagration that threatened the busi-7 ness section was brought under control at University avenue and Allstone way at o'clock in the evening. At vast columns of flames at Allstone way and Ad- dison street-gave forebodings that the entire Berkeley ness district would go. Shattuck avenue merchants moved out their valuables. Officials of the University of California directly opposite the line of flames, prepared for a last-ditch fight. The streets and avenues of Berkeley were thronged with marchers leaving then- homes. Then it aU changed. TKe direction of the wind was to- ward; the south. 'The vicious northerner became, a western zephyr. THOUSAND BATTLE FLAMES. Batteries ot fire engines from Ala- m meda; Oakland and San rived andr-added: lines to those of Thousands of workers helped. Their combined efforts saved the situation. All the street car lines were para- lyzed as soon as the fire started and are still out of commission In Berkeley. The University of California was threatened from two 'sides at once, north and west. The .flames'were at one time sweeping directly on the campus. Among homes reduced to ashes are those of President Benjaminjde Wheel- er, president merltu.s of the university, and of John Howard Taylor, the archi- tect. Fraternitl houses consumed Include the Tau Kappa Epsllon, Alpha Tan Omega, Phi Kappa SJgma and Theta Phi. Among the sorority houses de- Etroyed were the Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta Zeta and Alpha Sigma Delta, AH east arid north Berkeley was on the march. Traffic was "directed at At t hes e i rlac cs, howe ver, military ourts of Inrtulry were In session and i >roceeding with investigations ordered! y Gov. J, C. Walton Into masked i lepredatlons. while regulations were in effect, clearing the streets (Of traffic and pedestrians between midnight and i a. m. Capftot Under Guard. Armed guards paced Ine entrances to hfe state capitol permitting only ftinsc to pass who had official business within. Early Monday night word was received Tom Coalgalo thru Judgo Ijynbaugh had adjourned the regular session of district court there until next explaining ftint he wished to avoid any question as to the legality of the court's right to proceed- This, with the orders Sssued preventing the convening of special district court grand Jury here Monday morning, are the only instances of military interference with iht courts- Defiant Mayor Prevails. Civil nuihorities here, at night, held und Isp u led polk c powers, follow Ing Mayor Cargill's threat to withdraw the entire police department from duly un- Pf IS :n IN is LO less the over U, military relinquished control Wales Reveals Himself Real Fellow by Join- ing in Farm Work. High-River. Alberta. Kept. Renfrew, known In England as the Princo of Wales. Monday became a Although li'.n Ins own ranch. Lord Renfrew, didn't pick himself nn Joh nnd was at work P.I S o'clock In the morning helping .1 crow nf husky farm hand? fill silos' with chopped sun flowers. He didn't stand around ami walch tho beys do it. Wearing: (he- fame kind rf clothes as his companion laborers. Renfrew dEd the same hind of Col. W. S. Key. commandiris tho local tcok the lead In chopping tnr troops, Immediately ordered the rein- ork. He silage for (Continued on Pane 2; Column Schenectady, N. V., Four men are believed to burled In the Mohawk river near thlj city, under of wet concrete which forced them under when wooden scaffolding on the Great Weitern gateway bridfle gave way late Monday afternoon. One of Che men Is Kenneth David- son, superintendent of construction for the entire bridge. Six cither men have heen taken to the hospital, serluuily injured. _ RADICAL CHIEF JAILED FOR TALK Kansas City. Sept. William Z. Foster, of Chicago, radical labor leader. iva.s arrested anrt held for Investlsa- ITALY PROTESTS SUSPICION IT DESIGNS TOANNEX HUME Rome, Sept. of an Italian military governor In Fiume does not In any way signify an- nexation hy this country. It was authoritatively stated Monday, and no move Italy up to the present haa been for any other purpose lhan malt- Ing JuRO-Slavla see tho neert of satis- factory arrangements for the dispost- UoiTor the free city. R Is held that Premier Mussolini'did everything In lifs power to avoid the situation ns It Is today, when he asked tho Joint Italo'Slav committee consid- ering the -Flume situation to finish Ha ,m after an oring the-Flume situation to finish Ha rt on August 31, and beggoil the labor defense council. Bond. at had not been furnished al midnight, grade government to make a definite decision on the commlsalon's report by September 15. Jugo-EStavla, however, Ut the date pass without coming to any ngreement and tMs, It is contended, threw the entire responsibility for Fiume Italy, which for five years had been maintaining the city at her own ex- pense. Government circles declare reports spread abroad have emphasized and exaggerated the military preparations on the part of Italy. The truth is, ac cording lo Iheso quarters, thai rein forcements wero pent to tlio Jugo-Slas frontier nnd lo Znra because Mussolin wished to be. ready for eventualitie should Jugo-Slavla reply in an fctendly manner. be blooded livestock on ranch. Because- ho had Just .1 long rip on Sunday. Renfrew started day late and did not arise this nornlng unlil 7 o'clock, hfs secretary xplalned. He hurried Ihrouph his breakfast in rder to be at work At S. The- workers are wondering what time he vill get up Tuesday nvrninp, "Lord Renfrew Is going lo finish work of filling tho silo this afternoon then do some stocking1 on the- his secretary said, while his roy.il highness was catlnp a hearty locnday meal with the cr.'w. "How does hp like it? Just fine nnd ho Is feeling greal." the secretary.' INCREASE IN CHILD UABOR. Washington. Kept. 1 appar- ent Increase of SS.G per rent in child iabor over the corresponding period of last year was shown in si all sties made public, Monday hy the children's bureau of the department of labor, covering the flrsl six months of the current j year In 30 selected cities. i the corners by policemen fHom Oakland, Berkeley and by offlrers of the R. O. T. C. l The approximate scope of the Berkeley fire I s from the !J eiry man reservoir up to the eastward, line the "hills. From tho south is burned for six blocks. Houses on both sides of Euclid avenue and Beuna Vista ave- nue are burned. La Loma park also Is destroyed. Every house on Euclid ave- nue Is burned; from Shasta youth To Hilgard. Sporadic (Ires broke out from Hilgard soutji lo University campus. All the houses oniupper LeRoy are destroyed, as well as the houses on Loma ave- nue. Houses on Shasta. Tamalpais road. Tallac. Shasta street. Hillside ave- nue. Jtlawthorne terrace. Rosewood and Spring and house on Arch, street from Vine south also were burned. Half of the faculty of the University of Cali- fornia tier homeless. A nunrter mile square extending from Cedar to Shasta streets to the east of Kuclid avenue is in ashes. In this sec- tor about 30 homes were consumed by flames. Another arqa. south of Cedar street and west of Euclid avenue, was razed and 40 homes destroyed. Homes In another area extending to Spring street arc either 'burned or burning. The path of the flames has been generally southeast and southwest from the Bcrryman reservoir, the seat of the conflagration. From this source if ex- tended In sporadic blazes until It reached the business section. Rejn- !crced by members of the student body il the university and by citizens pressed Into service, tbe police threw a guard about the whole area shortly after o'clock. Auto Clutter Hampers Another problem which the firemen had to face was the congestion of au- tomobiles. In somo of the residence Officers Says They Were Mis- led by Confusion in Befogged Air Lanes. San Diego, Sept. bear- ings flashed from a radio station from Point Agruello were the, pivot about which testimony and documentary evi- dence revolved at Monday's sessions of .he naval court of Inquiry Investigating the wreck of seven destroyers the Inquiry In the slalus of defendants." Reports prepared by tha commanders of all of Ihe seven wrecked vessels and of the two others which damaged ty grounding were submitted lo theT courUand read In the presence of the commanding officers and surviving members of Ihe crew In each case. After the reading of each report thfl crew of the destroyer Involved was to be sworn and each man given an op- portunity to add any Information he [bought should bo Incorporate Ir his commander's account of tho disaster. or any complaint which he felt should be made ftl this ttme. f Will Sit at North Island. At ihe conclusion of this procedure, which was to taka oTaco at de- stroyer base here, ihe Inveitlfallrtff body was expectco to aujourn to aoaurt room at ihe naval air Station of island, where reports of other officer! cf the destroyer s-iundron mfjjht submitted and the tcstlnony of In navigation received. Witnesses likely to lw called the court of inquiry Included. the naval officers In aulhorlry or. On wrecked or damaged' flhlpn, the radio operators on the various deairoyeri, their signal men and (Continued 3. fc) I
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