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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Anaconda, Montana 75,000 extra votes for $25 in subscription payments is . Final offer Copper and Silver Copper. 18% j 9c bar Silver Domestic .99 weather forecast. For today unsettled. For thursday fair. Vol. Xxxix no. 294.Anaconda, Montana wednesday morning june 23, 1920. Price five cents. South Side of defeat Bonds delegation Waits on school trustees with ultimatum from civic organizations in Southern Section of City. Scenes during the Sale of poppies in Butte object to South in Purchase of one site is criticised. Speakers declare they la work for Bond Issue on one condition Only. Unless provision is made by inc school Board for the construction of a hindi school on tile South Side residents of that District will work to defeat any other proposal submitted to the people representatives of the South Side Civie organizations told members of the school Hoard at the meeting held last night. Petitioners of the school numbering 20, appeared at the a aril meet 1ng and through f. W. By Corn w. Mot. White it. It i. Lefleur and Alev Blewett informed Tho Hoard of action taken recently by the clubs which they repro need. I. W. Bacorn representing Tho South Side club Quot lid 111ctt at a ii pct ing held monday evening that the i sentiment of the club was unanimous i for the Grade school building pro i Gram under consideration by the school Board but that Orcsi i a tents of that Section also wanted a i High school and wire willing to work i for it. Quot we want the school and a want a it greatly a he said. A Elf it is included in the building program we i Are willing to work hard for it we j have sounded the sentiment of the South aide and Art prepared to give accurate information if it is the desire of the Board to consult with it. I can also say that the South Home rudders association an organization Strong enough to defeat sever. I improvement measures recently proposed is behind the High school movement and is willing to w Ork As hard for the school As Are the members of the South Side South Side objections. Among the objections against the present High school or the proposed school on South main Street conveyed to the Board by or. Baroni Wert car fare to the present High school sending children to the Uptown District Competition in dress among High school students lateness of the hour at which children return to their Homes from school and inability of children to return Home for lunch it noon. Quot school population in the Grade schools has fallen off Between 300and 600. According to reports which i appear to be accurate a said Vav met j White Quot of you could take car of j the children who formerly attended i Grade schools with the present buildings it should not be harder to provide for them if attendance is falling off. I believe that new Grade i schools should be constructed but we also need a High school. Quot the High school is the place j w Here you have got to take care of children Quot he continued. Quot in the present building you Are using Halls and other available space for class i rooms and yet you have not enough j room. There will he an increase of Between 50 and too students at the neat term and you will have to take care of them. Not consulted. Quot two Hundred fifty thousand dollars have been taken out of the continued on 1�?~age 8. Column a a a Bryan Speaks from court House Steps at 4 of clock today Butte to have Opportunity to Greet commoner while in route to Frisco committee decides that he shall be greeted by citizens generally instead of by Carty. Mayor Stodden will Welcome on Rehall of City and lieutenant governor Mcdowell for state. To leave a1 to of clock. It it Zens of Butte Iro Little Saleswoman starting to work. Alme. Guerin passing out Tho baskets of poppies and Money boxes to girl volunteers in front of the Montana Power company by lid in. Earthquake Belt Well under Way when 3,000 residents in Inglewood Start task. Los Angeles id Tho work of rebuilding the business Section of Inglewood to Miles Southwest of this City we hich suffered most from the series of earthquakes in los Angeles county last night was Well under Way practically the entire population of 3,000 taking part. An emergency ordinance providing for a special committee to take charge of the situation and condemn any building found to be unsafe for occur Jincy was adopted by the Inglewood City Council. A communication was received from the in its Angeles City Council placing All departments at the service of Inglewood authorities. Arthur Corey City Engineer of Inglewood said the damage there would probably exceed $100,000. Losses in los Angeles and other Points were estimated at $25,000. Slight shocks were Felt at 5 a. Iii. And 13 35 p. In. Today no damage being reported. A and by entertainment committees arranging to receive Amu of visitors. Lune 22 caption left to right a photos by catching a pair from City Hall mme. Guerin John 8. Wulf Jacob Oliver and miss Alice Jacker t. J. Mini i of Angeles june 22.�?another slight Shock was Felt Here at 12 35 p. In. Isis Angelon railway officials an noun the that a slight earthquake at 10 30 a. In. Put its Power Plant it Huntington Lake 20 my Lea cast of Fresno out of commission for 25 Niibu 4s. Ian a Angelos traffic was tied up for that period. Negro makes threats with gun shot and killed when pursued one Mohl death sheriff follows is added in War loss is heavy. Los Angeles. June 22.�? earthquake shocks which started at 6 47 of clock last night and continued intermittently until 5 of clock this morning caused property loan in los Angeles county estimated at $100,000, three fourth of which was in Inglewood to Milos Southwest of this City. One death was indirectly due to the Moat severe of the shocks and so Vera i persons were slightly injured by falling debris. Is id be placed i in nomination William droning Bryan will arrive in Butte this afternoon at 3,40 o clock. Ile will deliver an address from the courthouse Steps at i 1 o clock alter which he Iii hold a reception. It leaves tor san i Francisco at to o clock Over the Oregon Short line in company with the Montana delegation to the convention Spect ivc of party or position will aet As a reception committee to Greet the commoner when lie arrives in Butte. This was decided upon it a meet j ing of the democratic county Central committee in judge Jackson a court a room last night. A committee of a. Range ments. Consisting of senator la a. Gallwey a. A. Mellow la. Phi a Goodwin. Judge Edwin m. Lamb Brno St hard Cash. Was appointed county chairman James t flub i j the committee melding was Ca to order shortly after 8 o clock chairman Pinion. A reply to a tie i Gram sent by senator Gall ter Day to it it Fred m. Rose of hair in i Quiring whether it would be agree it i Abb to Coloni Bryan to participate i in any Public function in Butte a read it was dated at Bowdoin j Mon arid read Quot any arrangements you May make for or. Bryan a entertainment will to satisfactory to 1 him just so he makes connection South. Will arrive Early train wed i Tho message was signed Fred m. J Rose. Speaking at court House. I following the Reading of the Telegram the member of the committee engaged in a discussion which indicated that Bryan still occupies a warm spot in the hearts of the de to Noracy of Silver Bow. Or. Mccarthy suggested that since the Limo would be Short that a reception and i speaking program be carried out on i Tho Steps of the courthouse Jerry Crowley reminded the a Semi Lac that Bryan had Bern in Butte Many times and had seen ill i the night and knew the place per 1 fact Jef he advocated the plan to 1 have Bryan escorted fro in to to the courthouse where ii address the people. Erne Castle Laid a High tribute in As did Mike Sheehan. Quot Bra National figure a said the j Quot while Many May not agree views on All questions we r i him As a Man who is True i convictions and one w to Emu that is Best Iii fill America private opinions Are his own 1 services to the nation and j democratic party entitle him i est appreciation and peer get j senator Gauley opposed t i of a reception committee. Make a reception on the Par j citizenship Quot he said. Quot Brent i today without a peer a a i speaker. He has mane thoughts to express that will be of value to the Commonwealth. Be us make his reception Broad enough to include san frae Iso Ive plans to to Quot Ertain ment of a attic notional Chat the fir i to convention in in demo made citizens minute by Reeson its attention san Francisco june 22 a Post master general Burleson stale men today it san Antonio regarding Deim Depol i Ochi la i tar aft for the recall i Modi to. Turn ii repeal vision a direct the Par v Iii in plat nation Drew Turlieu in Icador her into a at week rein ration for St no prohibit a land for absurd pro it �?�1 in More Inch orc of re Prev Musty Ting from isl Cabinet 11j As i pos 11 Mill iwo Muzi with Mystic shrine pageants Portland. Ore. Tun 22 Wei coming addresses by gov. Ben w Olcott and mayor George l. Bake of Portland and reports Mark the the to entire idea was adopt i Periu i it Bush to her today of that he Mystic shrine. Tonight Erica thru i number of fatal casualties in civil insurrection now is eight. Western w00lgr0wers before Reserve Board seek financial help Washington. Juno 22.�?plan for advancing funds to the Wool growers until a Market for Wool la re established have worked out at a conference Between the growers and the Federal Reserve Board it was announced today by f. It. Marshall of Salt Lake City Secretary of the National Wool growers association. Under the plan or. Marshall said a Wool grower May ship his Wool to one of the usual Points of distribution obtaining from the Railroad a Bill of lading for the shipment the grower May then draw a draft against his Bank for such an amount As May be agreed upon by the grower and the Bank secured by the Bill of lading. It was the unanimous opinion of the Wool growers or. Marshall said that the plan suggested was practical and feasible. Special dispatch to Tho Standard. Washington june 22.�?in the Hope of securing material Aid from the Federal Reserve Board in financing the 1920 Wool clip Western Wool growers who attended the Chicago conference last week held two meetings today with the Federal Reserve Board and the comptroller of the currency and at the close of Tho afternoon conference appointed a committee of seven to work out a Concrete proposition to be submitted tomorrow to the Reserve Board in the Hope of securing its adoption. No conclusions were reached at the conferences today but the attitude taken by governor Harding and other members of the Board indicated a Friendly attitude and favourable decision is anticipated by the Wool men Londonderry june 22.�?the inquest on the body of William Kane shot and killed in Tho riot Here. Proceeded today but adjourned fur a week. Of the persons injured sunday night two Are in a serious condition a meeting of the magistrates decided to Send a request to Dublin Castle for military reinforcements and the institution of martial Law. Telegrams were also sent to the attorney general urging tin necessity of immediate dispatch of troops. Londonderry june 23. Civil War continued throughout this City today with one More death bringing the total list to eight. Troops were protecting streets this afternoon but enough firing was going on to terrify the citizens and keep them indoors. General suffering is expected if deliveries of foodstuffs Are not resumed soon. Cross Channel sailings have been suspended. Declared negro formerly mad threatened sheriffs office Force. Special dispatch to the Standard dlr Lodge june 22-�?alonzo Johnson a negro wag shot and kill a Here at 8 o clock tonight by under sheriff t. J. K. Williamson who with an armed posse was following Johnson. The negro earlier in the evening called at the Northern Pacific depot and made demands that Money lie said was owing him should be paid. When told he a nothing coming he shot through the depot window with an army Rifle hut the shots went wild. The sheriff and under sheriff started in Pursuit of Johnson who had started South on Tho Northern Pacific tracks. The under sheriff tired when the negro failed to halt when commanded. He still was carrying the rid and threatened to Quot shoot those in Pursuit. When his commands were Dis in. A j j is a a of a eth. I a Iii Quot write til it unused military reinforce obeyed tile under sheriff fired kill ii it had not arrived ale Merit had not arrived late today. During the night barricades were thrown up by both factions. Crowds of the rival factions today marched about carrying arms openly. One crowd wrecked a Saloon and what intoxicants they did not drink were thrown into the Street. The police charged several times. There was much firing but no serious casualties. London june 22.�? Andrew Bonar Law government spokesman today declared in the House of commons that he considered there was an adequate military Force in Londonderry to Deal with Hie situation. This View was also held by the chief Secretary for Ireland he Bald. The negro almost instantly Johnson who left Here several weeks ago. Had made threats that he would kill members of the sheriff office Force some time Ami it is thought that he came Back Here for the purpose. He is believed to have stolen the weapon which was an italian army Rifle arrested in Anaconda. Kansas City publisher says consent will make no difference. Kansas City to june 32 a Burris a. Jenkins Clergyman and publisher of the Kansas City f of issued a positive St it ment today that the name of William Gibbs Mcadoo will be placed in nomination before Ute democratic National convention an Hail Francisco whether Lar. Mcadoo consents or not. Or. Jenkins hid been selected to make the speech placing Mcadoo a name before the convention up to the time or. Mcadoo issued a statement in which he said he must decline to allow his name to be placed before the convention. Quot whether i nominate or. Mcadoo or some one else does i it a. Jenkins said today Quot this much is certain a his name will be Placid in nomination at Hail or. Jenkins said that he had been informal by Thomas b. Love. National committeeman from Texas that 18 Outi of the 2 4 members of the Del gallon insisted that Mcadoo Diwi Riu Iii lib. Honor the courthouse will be de in Bryan Honor. The May Greet him on sch Alf of the e a it Tirgg governor Mcdowell on of the state. Among the Citi hand will but the Tate commit for Hilver Bow or. P ii met a he membership of tin in if on Tinute Ullin it tees i i Page 8. Colt in 6 rear ugh tit u Mal shrill tins a for the in tin 10 pc ill tit o it red l the vis t Oday band. May spend ten millions on Flathead dam pr0.iec1 Rocky Mountain company files p o we r do Applina get a lion for permit to con i the t struck. The apply Ca was pre have at work a application for a permit to construct live dams with an expenditure of Between $5,000,000 and $10,000,-000, has been filed with the registrar of Public lands at Missoula by the Rocky Mountain Power company of butt. Officers of the company which trained by n Montana. By is preparing to talc Vantage of the new Federal Watt wer Bill which recently signs the president. The Bill provide Power rights May be of application on Stream which arc included within the Publ Domain and dam and Power Plant May be constructed. The Law pro Vides that the companies retain to session of the Durns and Power Plant for a period of 50 years after Whie they revert Back to the government name ought to convention. La Iii before the a i a v a it v in w my v a is a Delaware corporation Are Charlestee company receiving in payment time ado still refuses. New Youk Juno 22.�?William Gibbs Mcadoo today wired Burris a. Jenkins Kansas City Clergyman and newspaper publisher requesting that his name be not suggested for the Johnson was a r rest of in Anaconda 1 democratic presidential nomination on june 8 by officers Beausoliel and o Neill for creating a disturbance at the St. Lawrence. He had ordered the me Mage was sent on receipt of news that or Jenkins had announced or. Mcadoo Nam would be placed soda water and after drinking it re in nomination at san Francisco with fused to make payment and threat or without his consent cued to Quot clean up Hie place Polk i continued on Page 8. Coli us i a Quot i urgently requested or. Jenkins not to present my name at the convention a a or. Mcadoo said. Mcgregor new York president d m Kelly Butte vice president Reuben Al croup Bel new York Secretary. According to the permit filed the plans of the company Call for the construction of five dams on the Flathead River near the Northwestern earner of the Bison Range and near the Point where the River enters the Lake near Polson. It is said that construction work on the dams will be started in the near future Quot i Arn simply acting As the Montana agent for the company a said or. Kelly yesterday when questioned in regard to the proposed undertaking him Riding available for dams or a i know nothing Mure regarding their i ugh be developed. Amount of their investment Ogeth with reasonable earnings on to amount they have expended. A the application for the permit we filed immediately after the Bill a signed in order to obtain the Atte cannot say when construction work a the dams will be it was said yesterday that there a a number of companies of Ekaete capitalists who will make App Licate for permits to erect dams and co a struck Power plants in Montana und new Federal Law. Numberless Strean which by reason of their location the Public Domain have not be available for dams or Power plat e

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