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   Havre Daily News Promoter, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1928, Havre, Montana                               VOL. XV. No. 243 MONTANA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS HOOVER TO SPEND OVER MONTH ON HIS S. A. jRdBeu; Efforts To Establish School Here BGfeDTOHAVE PLAN OUTLINED State Senator Cowan arid Representative Bonine Renew Efforts Looking to Operation of School Helena, (Nov. 10. Ef- forts looking toward 'the opera- tion of a state school at Havre were renewed today before life state board of education. State T. Cowan, and Repre- sefitative George J. Bonine .of Havre asked that the board in- struct Chancellor 'Brannon to outline a plan for two years col- Igiate work to be submitted to the 1920 legislature. The school, authorized in 1913, when the military post at Assiuniboinc was taken over by the state. Never has func- tioned. Last year the school was made part of the State Universi- ty system but no appropriation provided for its operation. Governor Erickson said the matter was one to be determined by the legislature. Presenting his budget for op- eration of the State Industrial School at Miles City for the Bien- nium beginning July 1, 1029, the same as the present appropria- tion. but requested provision for two cottages, increases in salary for himself and the institu- tion physician and tori a state probation officer and sug- g_estcd-thQ estate left by Arnold, Rothstein, slain gambler, under terms of a will signed on his death bed. Although the will has not beep chse of four sections of grazing land near the school for THREE HELD FOR HOLD UP ON G.N. TRAIN Officers Think They Participated in Box Eld- er Robbery and in Malta Box Car Robbery i--------- On suspicion that they were implicated in the hold up of- four young men on a 'Groat Northern freight between Havre and Great Falls Monday night at Box Elder or with a box car robbery last week three mqn giving names of Gco. Rose, John White and Bel Owen were brought to J-lavre this morning.. The men we're arrested in Great Falls by tho police and were brought here by the Great Northern special agents. It is understood that they will be to Malta to -stand trial I'irst on the box carr robbery charge. Following the alleged robbery at Box Elder the robbers had a gun battle in the streets with the deputy sheriff there and one of tho men participating in the hold up is believed to have been shot through tho hand. The wounded man has. not yet boon apprehended. Former Show Girl To Receive One-Sixth Of Income From The Estate Of Slain N. Y., Gambler New York, Nov. 10 (AP) A Of her his associates knew little former show girl, is to except that she had been a show one-sixth of the income from the filed for probate its were made known by provisions the slain gambler's associates. His estate is estimated but much of this is said to consist of heavily mortgaged real estate and loans granted gamblers. The girl legatee is Inez Norton, who has been living at the Fair- field Hotel, owned by Rothstein. TRAIN BANDIT SUSPECT HELD BY OFFICERS Police Follow Trail of Woman Found Under of Loot Was Found Viaduct Where Bundle Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 10. (AP) a whirlwind roundup almost as spectacular.at the one- man- rolibery last night of a mail -a-.Texas Pacific train., police here today" had recovered all but of the loot and had under arrest a man Identified by Mail Clerk M. E. Pruett as having perpetrated the holdup. Tho bandit's name was' given as T. H. "Blackie" Wilson. The armed bandit entered the mail car on the train between Ben brook and Fort Worth and after overpowering two mail clerks took in girl and was a divorcee. Her one- sixth interest in the income is to run only for ten years. Rothstein's widow, from whom he had been estranged but who visited him at the hospital after he was shot last Sunday, receiv- es the income from one-third of the estate for life. At her death the.money is to go to charity. His two brothers Jack and Edgar are to receive outright and respectively and the in- come from 20 per cent of the estate for ten years. His three executors, Maiirise Cantor, his at- torney, Samuel Brown and Wil- liamman are to receive one-sixth of his- estate. Other bequests were t oThomas Farley, Rothstein's negro valet, and the income for ten years from a 000 trust fund to Sidney Stager. No mention was made of his parents, who are moderately weal- thy, but it was said he had pro- vided for them before his death. 12TH ANNUAL DRIVE OPENS FOR RED CROSS Henry Delaney and As- sistants Start Campaign for Membership i n Havre Tomorrow The twelfth annual roll call of i (he American Red Cross will I start tomorrow, Armistice Sun- I day, and wijl continue until I Thanksgiving day but. it is hoped money Io compieLo the iargest part of shipments and swung off the car drivQ for members ln Hm near the Summit avenue viaduct here. One of two women, whose hus- band is serving a penitentiary sentence for robbery, was arrest- 'ed while-loitering at the viaduct waiting for a taxicab which ar- rived a short time after she was seized. Police expressed the opin- ion that she intended to make away with the loot which was placed in a satchel and cashed by tho robber on a beam under the overhead structure of the via- d'nct. An officer who climbed around the viaduct in search of the hold- up man accidentally found the .money which only 070 was missing. Another woman was arrested a tew hours later in the belief that she, too, had been implicat- ed in the plot. A FOG STORY Connellsvillo, Pa. (AP) was so dense here one night that Samuel Clark, leaving, his house, could not find his1 way'' back. When tho fog lifter, thoro wore five automobiles lit ,his yard. Tho drivers had become lost and had wandered into the premises. FA VOH BOKO ATS Billings, Nov. 10 (AP) city was host today, for-Its first big college football game, with Montana. Slate College and Uni- versity of Wyoming as opponents. ,4 Tho Bobcats are favored to win on past performances. NAME APPROPRIATE .Towett City, Conn (AP) Proof that there may be some- .thing in a name, after all, was found here when a 24-inch bass more than six pounds was caught by J, E, BttgoocL EWSFAFERI Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 10 (AP) tho trail of a. woman who appeared late last night under a viaduct, wliero of- ficers had found in cur- rency after a. Texas and Pacific mail train robbery, police early today arrested a man whom they believed staged tho bold holclup. The woman was captured by county in the first week of the canvass. Everything is in readiness to start off the roll call. It will be GOV. SMITH HAS MESSAGE FOR AMERICA Nationwide Radio Hook- Up Tuesday Night Will Carry Message of N. Y. Governor New York, Nov. 10 (AP) Governor Smith will deliver "a message to the American over a nationwide radio hookup Tuesday Announcement of the address was made by democratic national headquarters but no one professed to know what its nature would be. A'statement the governor made at Albany in a conference with re- porters however, led many to be- Heve that it would be noupartisan and made in attempt to heal Emperor Hirohito Is Formally i Enthroned This Afternoon As 124th Imperial Ruler Of Japan Kyoto, Japan, Nov. 10 (AP) A hew soverign today formally ascended the "high august the throne of the unbroken line of the heirs of the sun goddess dox pattern. The other two were an ambassador from Soviet Rus- sia, where a decade ago the new absolute power, the proletariat, murdere'd an emperor, and an en- that tradition says have reigned voy of uncertain status from Na- over Japan from before the dawn tionaist China. of authentic history. The drama of the Sokui-Rei, or "Before the highest dignitaries "cermony of ascending the of.-his realm and representatives was enacted before a 'of 26 other nations, from his company of about persons, seat under the Phoenix-crested many of them women. It solem- canopy, Hirohito made the an- uized an accession which actually nouncement this afternoon which he took his place as 124th emperor of Japan by occurred nearly two years ago, the for Hirohito has reigned in fact and since his father, Emperor Taisho, WILL START ON GOOD WILL TOUR OF SOUTH AMERICA WITHIN THE NEXT FdRTNlGHT President Elect Has Two-Fold Piirposef of Fostering Good Will Between U. S. and South American Countries and Observing Problems of Latin American States By JAMES L. WEST !Mr. Hoover his first A t -p QCC cn-nff -wvitprl T inspection Panama canal (Associated Press Staff tWft coVst to I before passing down the coast to Stanford lUniverlsity, j Colombia, -which probably, would. Nov. 10. Hoover be the first of- the_ South Amer- contemplates spending forty days on a tour of South America, the only continent upon which he has yet to set foot before return- ed to Unlted states soil. I ican countries on the itinerary. On the homeward trip a stop might also be made at 'Havana the president-elect return- among the enthroned of .the world. monarchs died early I 1926. Christmas morning, The climax of this solemn and j meticulously planned and execut-i ed ceremony came precisely at 2 o'clock, when Premier Baron Tanaka, standing at the foot of the stairs of the throne, led tho' brilliant assembJange in three, cries This was limed, 'to'the second so that at hundreds, 'or centers tbruout the empire at other gatherings, less distinguish- ed but no less fervent, could join in the same cry, at the same in- stant. Literally "ten .thousand is- best trans- later, as used on this occasion, "reign Of the 2G foreign 'envoys who received the formal announce- POLICE SEEK TRAIL FOUR KIDNAPERS given impetus tomorrow in all of the churches by pastors and Monday the actual work will start. Officers of the local chapter and the state organization con- sider the county fortunate in the fine line of roll can workers who have agreed to put IHill county over the top this year. There will be several -workers'in Havre, a team of business mon to solicit the business' district, and chair- men in most of the towns of the county. Henry Delaney is chairman and his assistant is Miss Kath- ryn Broadwater. The sub chair- men are as follows: Casey. Gild ford M. 'Gillcr. Hingham I. Thorson. Rudyard Schaudies, prin- cipal Rudyard school. Inverness C. iScholl, prin- cipal Inverness' school. Box Elder Senator Cowan. Havre Broadwaler, vice chairman, assisted by Mrs. Gerald Cassman', Mrs. Jack Fio- don, Mrs. James Sherry, Mrs. T. policemen who, lay in waiting for 
                            

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