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Billings Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1926, Billings, Montana THE BILLINGS GAZETTE I VOL. 30. __ WEEKLY EDITION___ MONTANA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1926. PRICE FIVE CENTS NEW YORK GREETS SEA HEROES Eft Padlocks Placed Upon Outer Bars; Officials View Bodies of Two Dishonored Girls. Tiitjiinim, Mcxlio. 15. IJiMlor orders of .Mayor IMlacio of Tliljumih. iwllocks iiliictil mi (inlouns in llu- oiitb-lne illslricts examine Hie lioclies of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I'ctcet nnd their two datmh- lers. Audrey and Clyde, who lay down to die In a suicide agreement overcome by sliamc and sorrow al their experience In Tiajnana. Permis- sion lo examine Ilic liodics was granlrtl liy ilrrnnrr firiinyler C. Kolly of Sac Diego county. This in expccled lo Hie case against the nc- CllKCd. It wa.s announced that every woman entertainer in Tiajnana lias ticcn ex- pelled. I.nis Amador. c-ne of those charged with UK: immlrr of Mr. and Jlrs. T. II. Tctecl and their daughters, ahandoacd Hie hunger .strike that he had been ori since morning. Amador, it slated, accepted food when Ineak- fast was served prisoners in the jail. Chief. Examined by Doctors. Doclors 10. Chanihcn'lain nnd l.ce ITS U. SJSSUE BARRING ADULTERESS AND NOT PARAMOUR IS UNDER HOT CHALLENGE navy ing luka, both brfght with 8! SII .Stafford, who delivered tho opinion, rhrm TO f.r- vaUrliy drnvvn. Bargain Proof of Plot. "Thu facts Sfit forth in the indictment, whirh are" admitted by tho demurrer solely for (lie purpose nf presenting to ihe court the
to ac- tivities of bank rulihcrp. The lohliy of the 1 ank ivap with mslmncrs at Ihe time of tho hoM- np. The two men took their plaee.t' ii' the line; anil wailt-rl Ilielr turn at Hit window. Whipping out revolver.-, the; compelled the cashier to Ytf. on tlie flooi while one of Ihe men" looted the drawc' al the cashier's window. Afur th1 roljliery, escape was made hi an auto molille. S NOT INTERFERING. 'o Clly. l-Vb. officiate. here is every Indication that Ihe riiment intends no ahatemem ef its ipaii-'n for a slrirl ami literal en- orceinent "f the i-nnstiuition. protiiliil- I the finiclioiiinK of foreifrn prleplf im! the i.'icraliuii ot foreign religions schools. Tho Amcriran anltiassador. James II. Sheffield, lias issued .the following Ip view of the many requests winch have iH-cn to the embassy wilh resnecl to the aelton lakfii on behalf of American citizens enpascd In rollRlous .rk in Mexico who have, heen affected recent aclion on part uf tlie Mexican the ambassador (o slate that he is making a careful Investigation of the situation is kco.pins his government fully fn- formed. receipt of instructions, the prt-ters not lo rliscups Ihe matler." New York, Keh. much more, than four years ago a little clark- inirori girl in pigtails came ovit of the west lo slarUu the tennis worlrt wUh the ins of a campaign led her to tho championship. Tucftlity Ibis girl, now :i malurfitl and csperi- fncctl star, will hold universal atten- tion as s-bc gives hsltlc to the foremost woman player of Europe, tho generally recnpnized champion .of tbe worUl. lielen Wills, of the United States, win" face Huzannc Lcnijlen. of Vranco. in le as flramntlc as anything tenni has ever KEnijed: one that has nrftusei scarcely excitement tlnn :i heavy t championship jn-fco fight or world's seriea bnEcball gsimc. Suzanne Conceded Edge. From Ilic mass of opinion and pre'dic lions published abont the match, how ever, it is apparent that tho 20-year-ol American champion fncca her 2R-ycnr old French rival with the prospects licr triumph expressed tnmv hoji than runvlrtinn hy her snpnrrUTi Abroad, the Ictmis puhlii1 at 3 well as the experts, are convinced ol Suzannn's invincibility. Kv, n in this country, fandom coticertes llie l-'rtneh star nn advantage .wliilo alfii "rooting" for "our Helen." Nearly all Iho' ex- perls have predicted a l.mplen victory. Tht poneral impression among oxpfri- cnccd observers here is to concede Miss Wills 'only a "fiKhlins clianoe." mil at least one out stand in'.; f.eurpft W. nf Huston, hr-lieves ibat llie Amerii-jin pirl hns "butler than an even eliance." Mr. Wisritniun looks upon the Boniest :is match." with Miss Wills' harder hitting likely lu prove deciFive. Smashing Attack Only'Kopc. Anionj; the .wagering fraternity, how- cver. Ihe inld.s arc about Z lo 1 in favor of I.engleii. Tlie experts Renerally. as BUI" TUMcn. and Han Hardy, ajrree upon one AlUs- (Continued on Page 2, Col. 20 DIE, 250 ILL OF FLU, DALLAS OulUiF. Tcxns, tlian persons :irff st-rimifly ill with influenza and 20 tit-nth? from tho malailv i have hccn roportcd -in since Sat- ay noon, vital slalUtics show, tisaiuls nro suffering fronr rx orm of Iho disease. L.ritVL'11 IV lilt! LJILIH.-I1 dL.Llt.l UUL1 barring- of tbe countess, Imt officials explained thut the hearing was confined to consideration of the 'countess' case, .without tafcinjj up that of- Uie earl. Up to Secretary Davis. The Civil Libert its union contended hat to apply the law of deportation in ie case, would make the government ensor of morals, "applying its rules to rivatft moraSity instead of -to public rimes. The Women's party adjourned the sidewalk in front of the labor opartmcnt. bunding and held a .meeting f protest. Upon the. conclusion of the .hearing1, he hoard of review took the rase under idvisenicnt. promising to transmit its C commendations speedily lo Assistant Secretary White for final action. Should Is decision uphold the action of tba York immigration authorities In refusing lo admit the countcs-s to thti Jnlled States, her counsel said they would seek to appeal directly to Sec- retary who they had be right under the law to modify or waive entirely any deportation deci- sion. Thanks Her Supporters. In any event, tbe countess, cannot f port oil before February 27. as the law provides for deportation" on the ship line tlial brought the alien jnvolved lo' this country, and no (Junarder is .sailing before that date. Tn a message to tbe Women's party Monday Fbc said: "I thank yon all f.ir. your In- terest and support. I hoped (ho past vas for my children's sake, but iow ham liping stoned and branded and only God knows what is in my heart." G Russia Prefers Arms Parley at Copenhagen Denmark. Fob. The IVrlingske Tidendo said II learns lhal the soviet Uusyian (jovernincn and shot Well ----------------f----------------- will invpose CoiK-nhngen inslead r> .lack Kalon. Ihe latlt-r, WOULD MAKE LASTING JOG as ihc site for the CF RECLAMATION CHIEF! n.onl cipiifi-rrm'c to Ije held under th d 1-Vli. 13. senate! I'afc-ne of i.allunsi ans.iiccs. Tlic 11ns- Menulay a hill to make ni-rna-Uini, represenlalives In l.on- meni ihe eommiKsioner of] don. IV, vis and llerlin reeeiveu tele- He then alt declared lo e-fficers al Ti 1ml Kalon gruppled willi him arnierl Iiiin. ru-jrcli ;in and [jirls to Raise Cash to Bury One Slain Yoplt. Feb. 15. U1 irls rareenrrl l-> the lime of. rollickiup ;izz in a Hronklyn er.Mvet to save mi" their eonlvanie-ns fr-.m hurial in pot- tir's fieM. Monday. Whc-n (he prnpr ended early >tonday niornltlp the enotisli innney to pay lh'- mi'ler- laker's oill, ati'l 1'lsie Iheit- d assured of hurial in tlic l.ll- tiieran cemetery. Miss Hegan !ound murdered in the street last week. d poisonoiii sold Illegally. i.oiu-oclionf" Ml llto Fn 'iinjined ami nolificd ihe aulhorilics. not In the ddinrimenl i.f Mm! inslvn.-tinns from Moseow j interior an annual sitlavy al JIO.OOU ''IhiU effect, th.: iwper adds. MOVIE COUPLE'WEDS. New Yi.rk. Veil, :ih man, aetor, and Mary 1'aollne (.3arc.il motion jiiclnre .-u-lress of uiavried hi the innnieiTia Mr. Mliermau his us SI. lie was divoroeo. i I'roviOeiu-i. IV 1.. in U'22 hy V.vely rSooth. 'llis new wife uas li-jin i l on (real. Baden Handling Case of Crime Against Girl for Present lirrlin. P r b. Grovcr C. Ilerptlell. on the charge ot impairinir the- nutraTs of a minor, faera Ilio possibility of diTortalion. foreigrn office officials indicated Monday, if tho government derides lie is an "objection- :de alien." The federal authorities. Imwovcr. are ol likciv to take ;i liand until who have Bcrs- oll's in charge, ronclmlc their eerf-t invcptfgrfilion' and obtain a COH- The government would not -an: where Herednll went. would have him rscortr-d by a military i frontier ho chore. It h-is bern learned that DergdoTl I-1? :-hl under the rectum of the penal tirnllng with crimes ngntnst Biris r H years iif r'pc. Conviction nf Ibis count carries a -ontcnrc of fr--m "lie to 10 year.' for >ach offcnpe. the option of a 'iitp. '-liunpc'l the lid ti i-ccrecy, ordmuft the iaitor? and tlir state's at- torney to lu-lhiMc. Nnt cveo rrlii- wlin -it tlie flMrt-cs. aro iillowcfl lo tlu> Original Guthenberg Bible Brings New York. I'ob. of Iho ovisinnl i-opk'S fif the Ciutlienliurg years ulil. anil nnf nl ihi! jiriniul was ti.ni Mi.iulay night., in >lic A-.ulersun for Tin; purchofcf was A..K. of tTrlphla. ami Uiltliiw first auc- l alioul U ralnulos.
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