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   Helena Independent, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Helena, Montana                                to Hi tHS 8f bjr the houHT in 6f this MONTANA Fair i Us lo Show Yon Newest creations style and Representing best that money will We specialize Hart Marx and Washington HIGH SUITS AND SATISFACTION OR YOUll MONEY STRIKE CALLED THIS MORNING SEPTEMBER HAM OUT AND MMN WILL WAMt OUT AT 10 OCLOCK ROADS IN GOOD SHAPE They Ciui Strike nnd Will Not lie Iliin MM There Arc Plenty or Men lo Fill Not A Will 01 vo of high winds nnd ills Inability lo continue on his flight changed his plans nnd Will make an exhibition flight nt Canton With condi tions favorable ho will then return hero and continue his aerial jour ney Gans Klein Established JURORS SPECIAL VENIRE OF 125 IS DRAWN TO FACILITATE BEGIN NING OF Los spe cial of possible jurors for the trial of the McNamara brothers was drawn by Judge Walter Bordwell This Is the first move In making up the list of 12 men who will decide whether or not the ac of to commit did conspire and blow up the Los Angeles October If as Names of the were kept secret The preliminary call for Jurors was by Judge Bordwell to facili tate the work of the attorneys when the trial begins October The judge Intends to listen to all ordinary ex cuses of veniremen before the case ac tually so that those who have legitimate reasons for asking to be excused fro duty may be elimin ated from the listof those who will be examined by the Still affirming that they hav reached no decision as to a motion for a change of judges to pre side at the tho attorneys for th accused men concluded lengthy The long threat ened strike of shopmen on the Harrl nian Including the Illinois Cen tral will become a reality at 10 oclock tomorrow unless the moil refuse to obey tho order sent out today by the presidents of the unions directly Tho presidents say tho men have not weakened In their desire to force the railroads to recognize their newly established Federation of Shop Em ployes and that more than UO per cent or the me go out The on the other say the workers do not want to that hey have been forced their by the union leaders and that a great majority will refuse to leave their In Good The railroads are In good shape to stand a strike right according to A retrenchment order cently issued reduced the number of employes nearly 26 per cent and there is a sufficient number of idle men in all crafts to permit the roads to keep their shops running even if all the men President of the Blacksmiths said the men tho rail roads arc counting on to fill the strikers places are union men who would to work during a stride order came after a con tho long distance tele phone between Presidents Ryan of the and Franklin of the at Kansas and OConnell of the machinists at Daven As the clay and hour had decided the following mes HOLD LYMAN UNTIL DETAINING FU 1UVSICIAN ANU TUB N till Grant of who escaped from an Oakland hospital September and a nurse in the who were arrested hero were taken to Falls The who drove the auto In which they arrived in was found not to have been Implicated In tho escape and was not Sheriff who had been notified by telegraph to watch for Lyman and his art automobile answering the description of tho one In which Lyman was said to be drive Into town late yesterday Lyman left It at a hotel where he was taken Into custody a few moments making no After the sher iff had placed tho fugitive physician In jail was to make a search for Thornet the latter arrived at the Jail and gave himself Lyman and Thornet will be held In Klamath Falls until the arrival of a deputy United States marshal from NORWEGIAN SHOT AT DOOR OF HONE SI AN TO AND THION WALKS SIX TO a Norwegian on Big Flat was shot twice arid seriously wounded last was just sitting down to supper called to the Upon opening a shot was fired which struck him In the Ho reached his close and out the door was again shot from the corner of tho let right shoulder and lodging In tho After ills assailants rode away started for assistance and after walk Ing six reached tho homestead of who brought him Into this it Is expected thai wounded man will recover unless complications set Robbery wus probably tho NA LOONS TO Salt hake hund red saloons In Ulan will go out oC business tomorrow This Is the result of the elections hold Juno under the provisions uf iho Jaw passed by Iho lates Tho saloon are mostly In rural dle und small agricultural The were given until October l to wind up their was sent tho officers of all the local unions affected At 10 All efforts have Krutt schnitt All crafts strike Sat September at 10 Letter of Instructions Let every man do his The chief shops that will be affected are In Kansas North Og Salt Lake San Fran Las El San Now East Denver and San Luis Are Many The strike will not affect train according to president of tho Illinois said that thoro were ten applicants for every position that will bo opened with the GO WITH MEN WHO GO ON WAS 111C A OKI San Lyman was supposed to be heading for where he would have been en tirely as extradition treaties do not cover the offense of using the malls to The grand jury hero re turned an Indictment the nature of which was not Lawrence Lymans chauf In the first stage of his overland and em ployed as his at the were among the witnesses heard by the grand ARNOLD RELEASED AND MAN ACCUSED Or SWINDLING SHANGHAI FIRM IS BACK IN JAIL IN San Louis arrested here Wed upon the arrival of the steam ship Ashtabula from China on a com plaint Issued In was released 6n habeas corpus late and re arrested immediately on a warrant ac cusing him of intention to leave tho city with intent to defraud second warrant was sworn lo by a local representative of the Kong Arnold said be would Institute ha beas corpus proceedings on the second arrest tomorrow He denied that ho was a member of a Cincinnati family of another He further ITALIANS HAVE DECLARED WAR OF AMIS NO RESISTANCE OFFERED Policy or Turkey to lie Tlint or 1iiNNlvlly mill Mere 1roHnt Will Uc Filed In nnd nt state of war between Italy and Turkey and have No sooner had tho time limit fixed In the ultimatum expired Ignoring Turkeys conciliatory for Italy declared The Turkish rep In Italy were handed their The Turkish commander rit Tripoli was asked to surrender the but and the Italian forces imme occupied Tripoli and Benghazi the Turks offered no re but this is only an assump as immediately on landing the Italians evidently seized the telegraph A Constantinople dispatch ing Italian occupation of Tripoli makes no mention of resistance and a mere protest by the governor would be In lino with Turkeys announced Cabinet The Turkish which had been for some time resigned when war was and a new min was formed under Said but retaining the former able war minister Mahmoud Turkey continues her se cure intervention by the In the Italy is actively pur suing Italian battleships are reported to have appeared off Smyrna and An Italian cruiser landed troops at after destroying a Turkish boat and the fleet has blockaded the There are unconfirmed that Turkey intends to send an ulti matum to Greece to abandon her claims on and is massing troops on the Thessaly The greatest activity ensued In all the European chancellories on receipt of the Ill t A by of Including ft broken wheel anil trouble with Avia tor Hubert Fowler tonight Unit lie expected to miiko another tomorrow In an to tho anil resume his to Tonight his In good and hn will make an start HOPE TO RESCUE ENTOMBED MINERS COMMUNICATION IS WITH MKN IN ALASKAN layed In tion was established today with the minors entombed in tho Shakespeare mine Wednesday when the shaft caved A steam pipe running Into the col lapsed shaft was opened enabling those above ground to talk to men Imprisoned 175 feet miners said that al were but that they were hungry and thirsty and the cold was BO In tense that they did not dare to sleep for fear of They had used shovel handles and wheel barrows to build a small but their fuel was giving It Is expected that the rescuers will reach the men within the next 30 MURDERER FLEES AUK FOR special from says After lying in bed for three receiving medical attention for 20 gun shot wounds In his Steve a who killed James Van Gerls while the latter was cluck hunting near escaped from tho Basin hospital early this morning and no trace of him has been All day yesterday he complained of that war had been de being sore and stiff and was unable to and notification of a move In his The nurse saw him it is expected the various governments will issue the customary neutrality notices and will devote their efforts to NEW AGRICULTURAL HALL MUST BE ALL MORE SPACE IS DIXON TO FLY ACROSS DIVIDE AVIATOR A TV MM I I KKAT OK MOUNTAIN CROSSING LEAVE GROUNDS AT Automobile unil Will fur nt fur of Spurred tin offer of a prize If be Aviator Cromwell will this afternoon the over the main range of the will leave the fair grounds at and Is expected back by If he wins in his 17mile flight from Helena to Blossburg he will be the first man In all history to fly the backbone of the and he will be proclaimed as the most dar ng and successful aviator In all the Tho monster purse for suc flight was contributed by president of the Great North in Lewis president of tho late fair and dealer In Montana lands ohn the circus and tho Montana stato Many He Will Not one In ten of tho people who seen fly doubt that he will o able to successfully cross the range just west of and In the flight was supreme last Full details of the attempt to fly across the Rocky mountains were per uper n Mr One of his a news BADLY NEW OF FAIR MONSTER CROWK P In Hie Ot nnd ut nt or TODAYS I I I 2iM 1 2as City burn nnd 5 1 110 K 1nrlnlnn I ft Mucking Hron f tho great success annual state a s inore with there has been conviction that next fyie progress of the state fair man and of automobile at noon toI jail 6f sufficient Hd ay for carrying a all time Insisted that debt he hud In China was a tailor and that ho left behind the money to pay of Southern pacific tte Fntt That Men Will Go San Cal vice president nnd general man ager of tho Southern Pacific In a formal statement tonight inti mates that It will go hard with the men who Inasmuch us some of them are nearly to service pensions which will bo forfeited and many more tire debarred from mont elsewhere by ngo limitation placed on new The statement defines tho It Is us follows It la in tho face of tho large number of employes who are tho pension and uro prevented by the ngo limit from securing employment that they should bo drawn Into a In In violation of bylaws of ARE NAMING THE STATE CANDIDATES localizing hostilities ta the combatant powers and especially to avoiding com in the According o Italian tho government plans to land men In Tripoli by October No bombardment will bo attempted unless tho properly of Italians or other foreigners Is en Jt Is understood tho Ital ian ministers have elaborated a scheme for the administration of Tripoli with tho Duke of the as first gov Will Among the first tho now gov will bo the abolition of many taxes now Imposed upon the Vienna reports I nut Italy has plac ed no less than seven army corps on a war footing and is not only towards tho south but also in the reinforcing her army corps in Milan nnd A dispatch to the Dally News from Tripoli describing the scone of the Italian demand for tho surrender of tho says the governor promised a definite decision in u few Thereupon tho officers suld six would bo allowed for non to ciut tho Tho at 1 oclock last night and when sha returned about oclock she found the bed had been taken apart and the prisoner had escaped from the build taking tho footboard of the bed with She Immediately called tho doctor in charge and lie the Together tho two men search ed until after daylight this but no trace of the missing man could bo REYES CONDEMNED FOR HIS FLIGHT HAS DWINDLED TO MEIUS SINCE HE LEFT THE heir va and it wholly fair loss uro to say that wo iio not uny great number if our uro with working or leaving their employ under such boon brought in upon thorn ami they not to iho un un STATIS Las The work of completing tho slat bo gun by the nomination of for governor proceeded rapidly at the reconvening of tho first republican stute convention late this Mala Quills Marline of Taos county was named for lieutenant governor San Miguel who opposed Bursum for the guberna secretary of stale Rio auditor and Sylvester ela cordial Turkey HUM No Tho London ro forces of tho common t on tho wouk position to which Turkey hns boon reduced of such mul to H Would Tho u will lo all various us In ho ro un Third MMN authorities imil decided to abolish tho committee und tt In of boon fop this your ut by the action of tho hoard uf of fur by neglect of her She controls a fine nearly a million but the groat fighting ma is Imprisoned in because Turkey Is powerless against Italys of Professor Norton of tho American in a second In said tho Will only begin thoy Thoro uro only throo towns on tho wholo worthy of Iho tlon of a gunboat and Thoro IH no harbor und tho musl anchor u from Tho forno tuko with H food tvn It gut no food from ho hostile In Mutter of It will ho a mattor of Ion for tho luns to tho A to Iho from Hint to Iho In lost by tho Iho floot Is Mexico Tho flight of Bernardo who was tho rival of Francisco who sailed from Vora Crux yesterday for Havana and New Is generally regarded horo today ns an exhibition o unwarranted four of little stock is taken in Koyes of tho existence of a Madoro plot to assassinate or Im prison In a Interview General lloyes ho hud knowledge of H Although much us to tho possibility of his con ut u military opposition to Is being Indulged Is not to bo taken seri since It Is that Gen eral following hus dwindled to a point u plan would bo f gasoline and a kit of tools as a pre If ma chine is working he will not descend at Blossburg but will at once attempt the return If he Is short of fuel or If he wants liny re pairs made In the machine ho will make a which will be selected at or near A big lire will be kindled just over the so that tho smoke will bo a guide for the while the route has also boon marked by stream will rise from the track In front of the grandstand and will circle about tho truck until ho attains nn altitude of about Ho will then strike for the flying In a direct lino to biles will bo stationed along route to watch tho aviator and render as If If wlna attempted flight across tho Rockies ho will com pete In tho transcontinental flight now n leaving from Portland about the of next Louis president of tho Groat North will furnish a special train to accompany tho aviator from Portland to Now In order to pre OF of to burn of third Th la four to the with two The fleet IH ex to arrive ul tho Dardanelles tomorrow The Turkish tho hus confidence In Us ability to protect Italian and at do principal ports from on the part of the on vent the exportation of by designing contractors who can find a ready market for their In 11 and other South coun tho assembly has passed U luw providing that any foreigners found laborers shall ho sum who try to to for other work must puy u fine of not loss than nor more PROSECUTE GIRL ON ONE CHARGE MISS IIIO All IOH OF SlS NOT Hlr baron of the was Killed lust night by the overturning of his automobile on a hill side on the Kelowna mud about two from lie left alone about 7 after bringing hlu mother to New now facing tho charge of murdering her sister last Sat will not bo charged with caus ing the deaths of her father and er and till of under mysterious circumstances In Juno and 1010 This was the semiofficial Information given out here It U tho decision of tho dis attorney not to Investigate fur ther tho throu deaths was based on a report of tho city chemist that It would bo Impossible to de termine tho of opium In uny of tho bodies since thoy hud been buried li Mlsa Crawfords Is paired and she outs at every She declares uhe has no money to hire Tho state will pro vide her a to day of the stockholders of company aild the United Stales Cablo the agreement to lease their Hues lo the Western Union Telegraph a building should be wilhin tho your was tho of opinion of those who discussed the subject Should nt The suggestion for a now to be constructed at put of town drtil was talked of by those who the In of tho fair at It pointed out that If It to wait for action by it would be two before i ah quate agricultural and thoro wore Who called the method used of the recent when bankers of Montana a holding erected the and when was ready to turned It the state at actual At that time the bankers of the en tire state wore most Joyal support of tho said former Son ator of the American National bank lust and it was determined that the state fair wus an Institution the ple believed should uo If a grandstand badly needed and It certainly u monster agri cultural hall Is needed more badly Just and 1 believe that Iho of such a building could bo financed along the sumo Inos us thoso followed In the construction of a If u now building Is It should bo built for all It should be properly wUh regard to space and and be of stool and concrete or some other with an which broke all records for a Friday at the the main exhibition hall a soothing muss of wore so the portion of the U was many ot tho to got a ul Hut the iio town la taUo a trulu for I for a period of 00 yours was un by a badly The agreement I V Kf wir w V Injured that he could only give become effective on Us Woro by U If Montana to have more in this WM David of ono or tho porters of tho plan for fto Wo should not wall for liy ho hut should arrango in tho We must no i allow Hip lo bo hampered by the current among exhibitors there Is not sufficient Imro to display thole Another mull mudo good on iho n I real ho and 1 want to my appreciation of of my In the gaud faith people of they fill our las winter Hue would bo to do with the fair thU on  

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