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Independent Newspaper Archive: December 12, 1926 - Page 1

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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 {or Montana: Sunday and Monday snow, colder Sunday, cold wave east portion, warmer west por- tion Monday. VOL. CENTS. HELENA, MONT., SUNDAY, 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 Washington, Dec. Coolidge, both as president and fish- erman, Queen Marie, 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 club, an organization of Washington news- paper As is usual, the president was on hand and got the full sting of the quips, yice President Dawes and other celebrities who drew the fire of the also were guests. Uncle Pushed One skit, in which there -was a mammoth reproduction of the front page of "today's newspaper" showed Uncle Sam pleading with the editor for first page position. His request was granted, but he was quickly brushed-aside by Queen Marie in- the guise of "Roaming the only man in New Jersey who was not in DC Russey's lane the night of the Hall-Mills murders, amiable Aimec, the prophet of the Pacific, Will Rog- ers, Tunney, Trudy and a Chicago gunman. Uncle Sam argued but was told he never did anything but go fishing When he suggested congress had (Continued on Page Nine) SHIP SINKS, BUT CREW ESCAPES, TWO INJURED HIS HI! TO 5TH5S DECLARES WORLD RULE NOW IN HANDS OF JEWISH RACE Detroit, Dec. r'ord, through his newspaper, the Dearborn Independent, (o be pub- lished December 25, replies to an attack made upon him by Strauss, Sew York philanthropist, In an address before the National Conference on Palestine, Norera. her 1, by reiterating chavges pre- lionsly made. Strauss was quoted as saying in part that Mr Ford had been "mis- led into a campaign of slander against the Jewish and had asked that Ford select eight members of a committee of ten to weigh the facts. IVorld Rule. Through Ins article, Mr. Ford charged that "the international Jew today is in direct control of all financial centers ot govern- ment, including the United States federal reserve hank 8} stern." Proofs of the article in the CHICAGO POLICE CHIEF REFUSES TO ACT (Continued on Page Three) BECAUSE THEIR SISTER HAD BEEN FIRED Ind., Dec. (AP) Revenge upon school trustees Is believed by Koscusko county au- thorities to hare been Uio motive for the poisoning of the well at a country school near here and for Tvhkh two sons of a farmer are under arrest. Three younger brothers of Athol, 23, and Samuel Riley, 18, arrested for the well pollution, told Mor- rison. Rockhill, county prosecutor, they -were -with the elder Rileys when they purchased the poison at N'appanee and with them at Mount Taber school when the poison was poured into the water In announcing these alleged con- fessions today, the prosecutor saic Robert, 13, asserted he poured the potion into the well at the behes t the other brothers. The Unxlge. To strike at the trustees who ad removed a sister oE the Rile> rothers as teacher the Moun school, Rockhill said, tht ves is children who dranl rom the well were endangered o much ot the- potion was poure' nto the well, however, that i cted only as an emetic on the vie ms. A smaller quantity woul avo meant death, Rockhill said. DISTINGUISHED MONTANA JURIST PASSES AT THE AGE OF ARRANGEMENTS PEND Chicago, Dec. Kenneth Ormiston rested today in a suite afforded by his captors from the journey which followed bis detection at Harrisburg, Pa officials bf Chicago and Cook coun- ty bickered over the disposition of the prisoner. The former radio operator, charged in California with subor- nation of perjury and conspiracy to obstruct justice, in connection the Aimee Semple McPherson kidnaping case, eluded with com- plete succees all newspapermen except those whose guest he is, and apparently was undisturbed by the asperities which he aroused between tbo chief of police and the state's attorney. Attest Ordered. The latter official, Robert E. Crowe, telephoned today to Chief of Police Morgan A. Collins, said Long Beach, Calif, Dec. (Special to The Judge Ilolloway, associate justice of (he supreme court of Montana, died in the Seaside hospital here this (Saturday) afternoon at 1'30 p. m. His son William Jr., was at his side, having ar- rived here a few davs ago from Seattle to be with his father in his critical illness. (Continued on Page Nine) EVDEPEADENT INFORMED. At 11-20 Saturday morning Law- son Ilolloway telegraphed The In- dependent. "There is nothing which can be done for father. His condition is quite sciious I do not want to alarm my brother John with report at this lime" About two hours 1 '49 p. m., the head nuise at the Sea- side hospital, wired The Independ- ent: Judge Ilollonay passed away at p. m." It was received at the office of The Independent 11 minutes p. m, Montana A telegram received this (Sun- day) morning by the Independent from "William L. Holloway, Jr. at Long Beach, Cai., stated that he will ariive here Tuesday moru- ing with the body of his father. A Satire of 'Missouri. William Lawson Ilolloway was a native ot Missouri, born at Kirks- villc, November S, 1867, a descend- ant of the Ilollowavs who were colonial settlers m Virginia. One of the Virginia Holloways was a delegate to the federal constitu- tional convention of 1787 Judge Holloway's grandfather was John Holloway, who was born in Vir- ginia in 1805, and in early life crossed the mountains into Ken- tucky and engaged in farming, later moving to a farm in Monroe county, Missouri. lie died at Moberly in 1S95. Judge Holloa ay's (Continued on Page REFUSES TO GIVE UP HER BABY Taxes Bite Deep Into Briand's Nobel Prize Paris, Dec. Mini- ster Briand's Christmas present, in the form of half the Nobel peace prize of 1926, will enrich the French treasury to the equivalent of about in taxes. The remainder, ap- proximately friends say, will KO to buy sheep and pigs and build WHY DAWES DRAWS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE Washington, Dec. of the visitors to the senate today came "looking for gags." They were John T. McCutcheon, Chicago cartoonist, and Will Rogers, 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 top-hat on during the windy, stormy day of the Army-Navy game. SPAPFRI a new wing on his country house at Cochcrcl, on the river Eurc M Briand is considered out of want fi- lancially, but he is far from rich as wealthy men go today. He earned from to a year before the war as a corporation legal ad- viser, and he saved part of this. His present salary as foreign minister is equal to, only about annually. TOUGH OUTLOOK FOR MURDER CASE JURY Canton, O., Dec. murder of Don R. Mellett, Canton editor, will go before a jury Monday Thirteen jurors, selected in a week's tedious struggle, arc locked up over this week-end under guard, althougl the only "evidence'1 thus far in their possession is the memory of a trip yesterday to the murder scene, KNOCK A DEPUTY OUT AND BEAT IT St. Louis, Dec prisoners of the St Louis county jail at Clajton, a suburb, held on various charges including murder and rob bcry, escaped late today after brutal Iv assaulting Deputy Sheriff Rudy Baumer, acting deputy. He wa 
                            

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