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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Anaconda, Montana Copper prices. Electrolytic spot futures ish @ tfx a weather forecast today Cloudy rain in South. More Butte news in the Standard than in any other paper Iraq Trofma the worlds news the Standard or rom Tbs most Ltd Tensive Telegraph sortie in a tan. Full Aso it Tate Ltd press. Universal scr Ttoe 8 to rial Oiwso wire. A. Vol. Xxxiv a no. 259.anaconda, Montana sunday morning May 20. 1023. Price five cents. Jenkins Cise if Justi Tift it ticked by musts american ambassadors return to Ishimoto judge Lynch says that he thinks the verdict about fits for killing of Bert Wall last february. Sentence 10 to 20 years takes jury Only about five hours to become unanimous. Jenkins not a bad Man says court. A guilty of murder Iii hip second do grit a was hip verdict of the jury in judge Lynch a a court 1 last nitwit in the ease of William Jenkins charged with the murder i of Bert Wall on Keb. 27 last. The jury gave Jenkins the minimum punishment from to to 20 years in states prison. Judge Lynch from the Henry in i Dorset the action of the jury and thanked them warmly for their ser ices to the county. He addressed the three members of the special venire m. J. Miller it. It. Northey and John Griffin by name and expressed regret that they were not members of the regular when men Down on a special venire consent to sit in a murder trial t feel that they Are rendering a favor to the court and the state a who said. The court a so thanked the nine members of the regular panel and requested them to report monday morning when the trial of John p. Murphy assault in the first degree will be heard. A gentlemen t think your verdict about fits the Case Quot said the. Court. Addressing Jenkins he said a you ure not a bad Man or a gunman but nevertheless you must to punished for the crime you committed. I lout led nil a Groom. The jury that it Bud arrived at a a a dict about 9 o clock last night five hours lifter the Case was submitted to them. Tart of this time was consumed at dinner. Mark came was Foreman of the jury. Jenkins was hastily summoned to the court when the Juty notified Bailiff Cronnelly that it Haa reached a Var duct. He came without tie or Collar and with his hair rumpled As i if he had Bein aroused from slumber. J his heavily seamed face gave Evi t Donee of no emotion while waiting to a learn his Fate Tho court in giving i instructions to the jury. Had with drawn consideration of Tho first degree charge and Jenkins knew that 1 the worst he faced was Ife imprison ment. I As the verdict Mas passed from the jury to the court and on to the a by a for filing and Reading. Jenkins his eyes opened very wide leaned slightly Forward and stared at the counsel i table As though preparing himself for whatever Shock might be in store for him. It was not until the sentence was read that he relaxed leaned Back continued on Page 2, columns premieres condition is causing concern by the associated pres. London May 19.�?great secrecy is being maintained regarding prime minister Bonar Law s condition which is causing his friends grave concern. The Premier who recently left on an announced voyage of one month for his health looked tired and worn out when he reached London this afternoon from Paris and was compelled to rest because of his exhausted condition when he reached the private House where he is staying. Sir Thomas Border the noted specialist was called upon the Premier s arrival and remained with him a Long time. It was remarked that the Premier was so fatigued when he alighted from his train that he failed to respond to the cheers of the crowd that had gathered to receive him. Party s National convention demands impeachment of former president for accepting alleged annuity. Soviet leik Sho Trotzky big windbag and Leniner a breakdown due to moral incapacity declares jewish editor. By the a a a Cor la pres. New York May 10.�?a demand for Tho impeachment of William if. Taft chief Justice of tile touted states for accepting an alleged annuity of $10,Odo from Tho Carnegie corporation and an attack on the Lenino and Trotzky Brand of russian communism by Alexander Caban editor of the jewish daily Forward featured the opening of the National convention of the socialist party today. Or. Ca Hail declared in an address that Trotzky was a a big bombastic windbag a Blit he believed he was sincere and that Benine a physical breakdown was due in great part to his moral incapacity. The Resolution aimed Al chief Jubilee Taft adopted unanimously but none of the Delegate expressed views on Tho subject. The text of the Resolution read a whereas William Howard Taft chief Justice of the supremo court of the United states has for Many years been in receipt of an annuity of $10.ooo from the Carnegie corporation which was undoubtedly granted in recognition of services rendered and a whereas said William Howard Taft has continued to accept said annuity since his appointment to the supreme court of the United states and menace to cd Uris. A whereas the acceptance of this annuity coming indirectly from the steel Trust the most powerful and predatory corporation in the United states is not Only unethical hut a menace to the integrity of our courts and detrimental to the Best interests of the american people therefore Quot be it resolved. By the National executive committee of the socialist party that we voice our protest against the continuance of William Howard Taft in his High office and demand that Congress take Steps to secure his resignation or impeachment and be it further resolved. That copies of this Resolution be sent to the pres5, to William Howard Taft members of Congress our affiliated state and local organizations and to the labor unions of the the committee on resolutions was instructed to obtain to operation of trades unions and other bodies in kinking the demand for or. Tuffs impeachment nation wide in its scope. Algernon Lee former new York Alderman was elected chairman for the first Day. Or. Cahan in his address said the russian communists were More than continued on Page 6. Column 5. Fin d More letters from Poison pen by the associated press new York May 19.�?-four More Poison pen letters today were added to the 147 which Are alleged to have wrecked Many Homes in High society. The latest missive were Laid before District attorney Banton by Nathan Burkan counsel for George Maxwell composer accused of having mailed similar letters involving the name of mrs Allan a. Ryan and one other woman. Maxwell through his counsel has contended that he himself was the victim of the Poison pen writer. Shadow of death now hanging Over bandits captives two americans and two britishers to die tuesday unless terms arc met a we Are surely doomed unless peking Washington and London governments realize marauders Are k by to sacrifice own laves As Well As prisoners in fight for demands is statement of american held. Speaking for All. Left to right gyrus is. Woods former ambassador to Spain who his born transferred ? George Harvey ambassador to the court of St. James a r <1 Alanson i. Houghton Ambas honed upon his arrival in new York regarding rumours t hat he was about to resign i Campaign for the a nomination of president Harding. , Cru r fms a to rot in p Ltd s e 1924 report. Germany a next offer will submit definite payments for Pew Tesi to carry Freund Case to conclusion to obtain ruling of Federal court. That the medical fraternity of Butte Means to establish definitely its right in connection with the issuance of liquor prescriptions was made evident yesterday when it was Learned that More than 6o prominent physicians have organized under Tho name of the Anocia tion for the Protection of constitutional rights Anil will Endeavor to make a test Case of the suit that was on Friday filed against or. J. B. Freund in the Federal court by United states attorney John l. Slattery. Or. Freund was charged in three counts with violating the regulations pertaining to the issuance of the prescriptions. The first count charged that he issued 102 prescriptions within 90 Days which is two More than the amount allowed by the commissioner of internal Revenue. The second charged him with issuing two prescriptions to the same person in loss than to Days while the third accused him of writing u prescription of this Char Ater on other than the regulation form. Through his attorneys Walker amp Walker and Silver. Or. Freund filed a demurrer to All three counts and was Given a week in which to file his briefs. The District attorney will then be allowed another week in which to file his reply. Question Ute right. The right of Congress or Tho commissioner of internal Revenue to place restrictions on the practice of Medicine. Has from the Advent of prohibition been a matter of controversy Between physicians and prohibition enforcement of ulcers. In support of their Contention some physicians have pointed to the Harrison anti narcotic act which allows a physician to prescribe opiates when the condition of a patient requires it. They claim that narcotic agents have made no attempt to limit them in this practice so Long As it is conducted in Good Faith. A Federal agents engaged in checking up these proscriptions do not in any manner attempt to dictate to us Tho amount of opiates we shall prescribe for a patient who is suffering. All they attempt to do is keep a Check on the purposes for which such opiates Are. Used Quot said or. Dan j. Donohue yesterday. A no Well meaning physician has Tho slightest objection to these regulations. We Are perfectly willing to abide by government regulations in the matter of liquor prescriptions in so far As to keep a record of every Sale but we do Challenge the right of Congress or any individual to place restrictions on the practice of prohibition regulations have placed the limit of liquor prescriptions to too a Quarter for each physician. Physicians have protested that this is in a Montana Way stickers becoming popular with Auto owners of Butte highwaymen and Road agents Are satisfied with Progress made but complain of difficulty in reaching All the a owners of the City. No time limit on the undertaking to raise paving fund of $35,000, hut solicitors feel loss of Effort from their own businesses. Pkg ipg May 19. Fifteen of i hem ill nil of them weary by worse Clad tonight Are look int cd Hills of Shanti or province in they week As captive of the bandits we press near swy How Alay 6. If the. Foreign and chinese gov brigands by tuesday that their ter will he met Aud the robbers Chieft the american and turn britishers i to live. They will be Aho As a warning that the marauders menu to form compliance with their demand tinder their chief ultimatum sent out saturday. Quot we Are pleading for our live and tinier peking we Hon str a and us in lie pro Ali than or i i i the i Tat a a ins. Rome in fed and Pant a Alkil Vair Nee Otid Pekin if sex Liers two of tie in i la leap London re ready to in those of All i for n in the ire i can in use that the Bandit Trifie their own Jive Ai heir captives in their Fig ment in the Chines army i n from punishment i it the Ala Tern on Friedman one of the speaking for All. Wins. Lolling train or. It made a Mer Friedman message went to hit brother in Shanghai has stirred the foreign Eom Munitic of China. Or Shanghai tomorrow a a meeting will be held to Nasa Resolution de manding that imprisoned the Shad seven time i in a government a report of three Days canvass of automobile owners to raise funds my a to pave a Montana Way will lie made monday at the Silver bom club at 12 15 when Tho a Road agents and a highwaymen will rather to compare notes arid discuss plans for further results. The circular red and White stickers which announce that the Auto St display ing the attractive i talc notice Bas dour his bit continue to multiply but not fast enough to satisfy the committee which finds itself handicapped not by opposition there is none of that a hut by the difficulty of reaching the people fast. Enough to make a Large showing on Milt script ions which average about a it per car. A a a a a a a a a if the Auto a would Only make 1 their payment at some bunk or coma to the chamber of Commerce or m hinge to he in what n the he tors called the first time a a said a committeeman a the work would move Ever a a a much faster. Of course this Campaign sins no time limit. Wear out to every ear owner and u to t i that is done our Wark is not finished. In american and Brit guarantee the prom. Government to the i the Freedom of tin or Mal if death Bas descended ies is doctor sews Cui five year old an aeon Dan takes no aesthetic during operation. Pushed on Hitri Ltd it we Limoll of a Wilton Bein a truck and knocked i sever a i Yards sustaining c into the dragged by Dtta Nee of i i Lnu ii Cut this week on the in null i on to leg my then Riding on his of shrine circus i announcement of award of automobiles made As final event of Celebration. A year from now. Quot we feel that we owe ibis to the individual As Well ast it. To it it Public. J a consider the situation next year when the leafing Trees and tile Hud i Ding wild Flower by can the c in owner to theft put n country consider the flt a Ling of a malt who has a tribute nothing to the highway1 a in prison a or rata in the not Zulu Illta. Two of the. Chines Quot prisoner Gate thrown from the Roll Fth because the or promised Ransom haul not it men paid and five other a Quot re shot Down in cold blood for failure to obey orders. One Man. Marcel o. Berube a Frenchman of Changhui yest Day a Given his Freedom with instruction from Wang the bespectacled. I scholarly Young Bandit Leader to go j to i King end Lay before the Quot Chines Quot government and Tho foreign Diplo i math corps Tho desperate plight of the 16 others it Rube tomorrow will Tell in. Story i and present the ultimatum of the out j Laws to the Quot diplomats including or. J a cab Schurmon. American minister j j. J returned to the i from i Jurf Shanghai and the Bandit zone <., machine in his Home six blocks away Whei Quot a doctor without administering an aesthetic placed 3 i stitches in the gush was til experience Friday afternoon of 13 me St v. Regovich. 6-year-old son of or. And mrs. Steve lire go vie h of Kuo Hast sixth Street. Anaconda Tho Accident happened a shortly of tee i o clock Between the i Loon and too Block on fast fourth i a reef while a a youngster and auntie r bos were playing on the Street. Although seriously injured the Quot boy a Gav no intimation of his wounds and i it was not until his Mother undressed him that ii found he was Cut and then during the ordeal of sewing tip the wound inc lad smiled and follow a with int a t the action of who hoi a trip to r True Adi h that n troops i Hay and not in just t lord t id. Industrial financial commercial interests political parties and unions will go Security for amounts. By the associated press. Berlin. May 19. A Germany a forthcoming reparations proposals will stipulate definite annuities instead of offering a fixed tot according to information emanating from political quarters. It is stated that the German league of industrialists is preparing a plan which will enable the government to make an offer based upon positive Concrete guarantees for which the German Industrial financial and commercial interests political parties and labor unions will go Security. Although the details of the forthcoming offer have not been divulged or even discussed Iii official circles it appears that the powerful Industrial league has succeeded in convincing Chancellor Cuno and foreign minis ter Rosenberg of the futility of speculating upon an International loan As a basis for reparation. The league instead proposes to substitute a system of Gold annuities to be guaranteed through the cooperation of labor unions in connection with a platform calling for increased production All around. The Gold is to be raised by a process which is described As a giant Hypoth cation of All the nations productive units mines factories farms Banks fisheries Etc. Chancellor Cuno and his Cabinet Are devoting the Whitsuntide holidays to an examination of the Basic features of the scheme Blit Are not expected to Roach a definite conclusion before the end of next week. It appears however that the government has permanently jettisoned its Hopes of obtaining a hearing among the creditor Powers especially France for any reparation pan based upon an intangible foreign loan and it is believed that the proposals As out above suggest a More promising solution. William Moylan of 121 East Center Street was last night awarded the Packard automobile at the close of the shrine carnival. The first mini Ber presented bearing his name was e-8483. The second was f-5981, to the owner of which will go the Buick Sedan. The numbers must tie presented within 30 Days. The third award is a Brunswick phonograph. Other figures announced by the com Mitten Are f-0988, e-7499. F-7922, e-7498, a-747, f-76li and e-9684. The awards were made in tile presence of a crowd that packed every Inch of standing space in the Winter Garden. The numbers were read and draw by miss Lea ornate in. The judges were Charles p. Nevin Thomas Driscoll and Ryan Gaul. Henry Hunter was awarded first prize for Selling the largest number of tickets to the circus. The prix Quot is Good for two round trips to Washington. Arthur Rosenstern won Sec Down the Hill for repair col and whose Windshield shrieks the fact to the world driving Dot in a Montana Way in company with Cai every on of Whoso owner hapa <1 ills proper lion and who it Arrie tin evidence of his contribution proudly displayed on the Glass Iii front of him. Consider the plight of the non contributor this is a humiliation that to would gladly spare any Man. A we do not find that any one re a Garde the assessment too heavy. I neither do we find an opp1 sit Ion to i the plan which is being followed. The 1 sole Dilli culty we have to encounter i is that of reaching people in other words it is the Quot the attend to it to-1 Morrow spirit that we have to Coni a Bat. To can to wait. This is one time when Butte citizens Are called upon to show whether tin have any rive spirit. The Man who v on to con i tribute to this project from which i everybody reaps a Benefit ram never again talk about his interest in his Home town. A Auto dealers hav declared that the building of this Road will add materially to the Quot life of Tho cars that use it and at the Quot same time a the Money f him i arc fort fron the t wheel i i crash t a led its. J an up k Nrecaj his truck Thi Aid of the la. Him that ii Quot i the you nit Stet f the Quot e Ped of int a re Laid i in playmate i a the approach hut did not a is polling a Wagon. First vehicle passed the push d to Quot tricycle and nil i i ii lit for the a a cond a con. In the Lal of tile Trie his left leg from Ien the skin drive is not injun in the Quot clo imbed my taking i Quot Low the stopping a i to the la cd by i placing i pc. The four in it sip inti it. I from Tsao Hwn a St a to i Mutiny a feared among the i policing Tho Bandit zone. They not i an paid for i Quot bvt.? Hiti reported to he fraternizing he outlaws even to the Exton in the origami the Gourn int munition they carry. Of the Quot Midler however nil i to by encircling the urinal i despite repeated As a it Ion chinese official Quarter that they have been withdrawn to insure the safety of the foreign prisoner in a response to the outlaws ultimatum. Cirl i i la App to it tile diplomatic corps headed by its i rain v ruin v. A ii Tea Dot Freitis Tho Ortw. Of Piggy wiggly minister twice has culled on a he 1 chinese government to Speed up be j pre a got nations for release of the i a for Memphis temma19. Clar Eigners held in tin tempi prison a it once Baumier pre ident of Piggy Pao Tuku. The Hod time represent. Wiggly stores inc., announced tonight i that to would proceed with his orig Linn plans to dispose of s it Ficie number of in wiggly wiggly store units i to strengthen hot finances of he company and declared negotiations had continued on la column 2.1 continued on Page a a a a a g. Column 4 i officer identifies Hammer murderess Ond honors the prize being a single j contributed to build tin Road will by round trip ticket to Tho National Cap i n inned it the donor Iii the lessened ital. I Upkeep expense within a year. The try the a Selt lated Presa. Tegucigalpa. Honduras. A 19.�? the woman being held Here As Clara Phillips Tho California a Hammer in ii re bus been definitely identified by Deputy sheriff Waite j Hunter who arrived hero from los Angeles. She will be taken Back to los Angeles where she escaped from jail last december by the Stoa Mer Colombia leaving Amana la May 30. Been completed Denver unit for too. A Effort to Vias for the s i Quot of the proximately $400,-�?� m the i it a ism Tores it was said by in ban which the. Tranae a a peeled opposition of were expected to inane lion. A it the to i h Ider attempt to enjoin me from doing something to save Cie in Pari they will draw upon their hem image suits from every stockholder n the business a or. Saunders declared. Continued on Page a 2, column 4 ancient americans ready for Battle by the associated press. Santa Barbara cal., May 19.�? the indians whose remains have been unearthed by the excavators on the ambassador hotel site Here by the representatives of the smithsonian Institute May have been As peace Loving As scientists believe but some of the relics found in the Graves today indicate that they were familiar with preparedness. One of the objects found is an Oblong Stone four or five inches Long and a Little More than half that diameter. Around the Middle of the Stone is a shallow Groove where a Rawhide thong probably was attached. This Stone with its thong made an effective weapon of offence and defense for or. Stone Hatchet. Some of the skulls found which Are of great age. Have round holes in the top where the Bones join there seems no reasonable explanation for these holes. For the last to Days fun and excitement has run riot on South Montana Street in the Vicinity of Tho carnival grounds. Despite the fact that had weather hindered Many of the Street celebrations interest in the carnival at the Winter Garden anti the Odeon Holl never for once waned. Last to. It also marked the close of Tho Market week program which during its Progress attracted hundreds of people to Butte from outside Points. Although weather conditions Are believed to have kept Many people Nway j who would otherwise have motored to i the City Market week in Many re j was All that had been Antoci i rated. Livingston damaged by terrific storm special dispatch to the Standard. Livingston May 19.�?descend ing upon this City at 4 30 o clock this afternoon a Hail and rain storm did considerable damage by flooding cellars in various parts of the town and cutting up Many of the streets through which water coursed. In the business District Tho flood covered sidewalks for several inches. Telephone Telegraph and Power wires were put out of commission for several hours. Other years to come Art All velvet for him. A Elf this draw was one in which continued on Page 2. Column i carries opt threat i to murder wife by that associated press. Ludington Mich. May to. A Elf j you squeal on inc to the court Sec if i done to kill you a Adolph Musil Summit township Farmer is alleged to have often said to his wife Frances. She a squealed Quot Friday bringing about his conviction on a charge of non support and also St it Quot a divorce Proco dings within 24 hours her body Lay on a Dill top near her Home whence she fled and died after her husband had slashed her Throat with a razor. Musil Cut his own Throat with a pocket knife but has a Chance to recover. A Coroner s jury found her death was the result of the a murderous attack by her husband. Prosecutor Virgil a. Fitch has issued ii warrant charging Musil with first degree murder. Musil is in a local Hospital under guard. Several children ranging from 2 to 9 years Are Motherless As a result of the tragedy. Sunday movies under fire at presbyterian Assembly i c Oan up and Clear it Gnu of the lord a committee on Sabbath of d v re n told a important rep. A resent rive it get the motion picture in Servance demands i hat Dusty who is attending this Assembly i f a Pinon i i n and 8s i commissioner. I 1cu1i is Villa in up Tullu a commercial movie houses ought Clear out of lords by Tho Assoc Ator pros. Indianapolis May 19 to give the Church the Bible school and Tho Home the right of Way on the Christian Sabbath. Without the Crosby i Christian Sabbath there will be no. I Christian morality and without Chris Teri ans of the United states of Amor uan moral to it Tho free institutions of Lea received a report today from the this country ran not be committee on Sabbath Observance de j a Resolution on motion picture Cen manding that motion pictures a clean worship and sunday shows is expected up and Clear out of the lords to be presented to the Assembly for will la. Hays president of the to action. The controversy Between Tho tion picture producers and do Strimbu i ultraconservative and progressive tors of America who is attending Tho. Factions was quiet today due to the Assembly As an elder of the Church i absence from the City of William j. Was absent from the Hall attending Bryan loader of the fundamentalists committee meeting when or. Harry or. Bryan who went to Kansas l. Bowlby president of the lords j City to address a Baptist meeting is Day Alliance attacked the sunday j coming Hack in time to make two and motion picture shows. J dresses on evolution and the Funda a i have nothing against the mov mental interpretation of the Bible totes Quot said or. Bowlby a if they will Morrow

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