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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Anaconda, Montana Copper and Silver coppers spot and Nea Rby 14 % @ i j % e first Quarter .14 % @ 15c bar silver�?domestic1 9 u2c weather forecast. Today generally fair. More Butte news in the Standard than in any other paper men the worlds news. The Standard Arriba the most it Tensive Telegraph service in Montana. In 11 associated press. Universal service. Special leased Xvi Tea. Vol. . 82.anaconda, Montana wednesday morning november 24, 1920. Price five discuss the disposition finances those entrusted with administration accused of refusing to buy Bonds child mysteriously Bies after eating an Apple defense seeks Isabelle Harper sent to Oro necessary to use the Castle very store during noon i itself to provide room for hour returns Home i overflow of prisoners feeling faint and Dies recently taken up in in convulsions. That City. Physicians Ai puzzled Autho Hitik Abe Active autopsy is performed by concerted Effort to round drs. Mccarthy and Kane up every Republican sus an contents of stomach j peeled of being Active sent to or. Wehrbein in outrages. Another for chemical tests. An Apple containing strychnine poisoning is believed to have caused the death of 14-year-old Isabelle Harper who died yesterday afternoon about 1 30 of clock at tile Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. James Fitzpatrick i Ridgeley Avenue Butte. A chemical analysis of the contents of the stomach is now being made by or. In Wehrbein in an Effort to verify the findings of the physicians. The caws puzzles both phys cans and Iii police. That the child had partaken of something that contained a deadly Poison la the belief held by the physicians but farther than Tho fact pointed strongly to strychnine they were unable to fro. So rapidly wan uie child overcome after returning to her Home that there was Little Opportunity to learn in detail her movements from the tint she left Home until her return a Short time later. According to the child smother Ber daughter returned Home from achoo about noon and was vent to the Cavanaugh grocery at Mercury and Ohio streets to Purchase Nome meat. Returning a Short time later Che is paid to have told her Mother rho had eaten an Apple and Felt faint. Weald Aud dizzy. Quot when my daughter returned from the errand mrs. Fitzpatrick said Quot she complained of feeling weak and dizzy. I asked her what ailed her and she replied. A i had an Apple after leaving the store and it made me sick Quot not thinking anything serious was the matter Quot the Mother continued it at first had her sit in a chair while i applied cold cloths to la r head. Day of terror. Dublin nov. 23.�?the vigorous activities of the authorities leave Little doubt that determined and concerted efforts Are boing made to round up every Republican suspected of being Active in outrages. The military forces Are tightening the cordon about Dublin and gradually working it toward the Center As was done during the easter rebellion of 1916. It is believed a number of Republican leaders in the provinces finding the Pursuit too hot have taken Refuge in Dublin. The arrests to Date Are understood to be Many. Dublin Castle authorities i admit till prisons Are so full that it j has become necessary to utilize Tho a Castle itself and that it was in a Lum Ber room in the old detective quarters of tile Castle that Peter Clancy and two others wore shot yesterday. Dublin Castle in a statement on Park tragedy continued on pig 2, column 3 euci1 ill by one of cheat figures to Dutilly Chave Ono try will litre to regret what it has done says View president Marshall. Paulas Texas Sot. 23.�?�?otil� country will hrs to regret what it has done Iii the recent Hoet Lon felonious la. Marshall vice president of till United states declared in an address at the terminal railway station this afternoon. A it is the great St injustice of a Century and will bring one of till worlds greatest figures loan untimely grave Quot the no it Uker said. Or. Marshall passed through Dallas Oil lits Way to fort wot the. I Fithian nov. 22.�?crown forces which went to Croke Park sunday to arrest alleged gunmen were tired upon by pickets and As a result of Tho resultant lighting the crowd insult the Park stampeded said a statement issued at Dublin Castle tonight. A it had been arranged a said the statement Quot that when Tho grounds had been surrounded an officer with a megaphone would announce to the crowd the the intention of the military to search persons in the Park for arms because it was the belief that men associated with the murder i f 14 of tact is sunday morning were hiding in the crowd. An officer was detailed for that purpose but before the Crown forces could approach the Field they were fired upon by pickets. Thu the whole plan was upset and the crowd was stampeded. There is Good reason to believe some of the r continued on Page x column 2. Twice with a Listol second Accident fatal Quot Wichita ran., nov. 23.�?the second accidental discharge of the same revolver today caused the death of James h. Butchard 18, a student at Fairmount College Here. Two years ago tim youth dropped the revolver and it we discharged the Bullet striking him in the foot. Today while sitting in the office of the City marshal he Dropp d the same revolver and it was again discharged. The Bullet struck him in the cheat and he died an hour later. Wilson a appointments probably to be held up particular objection to those named for shipping Board made by senator Jones. Leave to Harding. Washington nov. 23, a announcement that to would oppose confirmation of All appointments to the shipping Board made recently by president Wilson was Mads today by senator Jones of Washington chairman of the Senate Commerce commission. Quot i shall do All in my Power to pre Irish sympathizers in 72-Day demonstration Schoof fills Frances Steele White girl j resolutions of the Montana on trial for murder of my Alona shows signs of Strain and smiles Ess frequently. Teachers association declare state officers in this respect act contrary to Constitution fight Obel of glances Cash in Bana Unin vested exclusion of testimony by Goldie Davis negro girl on charge of a unsound mind a sought by defense. Attempts at exclusion of the testimony of Goldie Davis negro girl Star witness of the state on the ground that she is of a unsound mind a and intimations that the defense would hold that refuse to Purchase Bonds with this Money. Large amounts put into warrants drawing Small per cent Billings nov. 23. That school funds have been diverted by state officials in ways contrary to the Constitution is charged in the a it port of the Resolution committee of the Montana state no murder had been committed teachers association adopted this Irish sympathizers in an Quot endless procession Quot around a Fountain at on of the entrances to the White House in Washington. Tile procession is to continue for 72 Days in commemoration of the fast and death of lord mayor Macswiney of Cork. More than 1,000 persons joined the procession the first Day. Photo International. Heroic efforts seeded to reach vent the Clr confirmation he wild a when the shipping Bill wan passed it was my Hope and desire that the pro a Dent would appoint the Board immediately and a tart its important work. Instead of doing that the president waited four or five months until after election and appointed some men who Are inexperienced and unfit although bomb of the appointees Are Good men. A under the circumstance i think president Harding should have a Freo hand in naming the Board and the direction of Ita policy Quot in addition to the shipping Board nomination Many other appointments of president Wilson probably will be held up fourth annual Roll Call ends today. Should enrol before night. Heroic efforts by workers and a marked a wakening of interest by the Public will be required today if 5,000 members Are obtained in the fourth annual red Cross Roll Call in Butte which ends tonight. While about $4,000 in Dollar memberships had been received last night it seemed certain that the quota for butt a much smaller than preceding years would not be attained. Tho minimum quota set at the beginning of the drive was $7,500. All workers Are requested to bring in their books today. Mrs. Byron Cooney easily led All the workers with More than 400 member enrolled. She has been working Many hours every Day and personally visited Many office buildings in addition to pinning red Cross buttons on pedestrians. All persons who have not been visited by red Cross workers and who wish to sit Down to their thanksgiving dinner with the satisfaction that they have done their mite for a worthy cause Are urged to visit red Cross Headquarters today to take out their memberships. It will be a Dollar Beniamin Owen chairman Points out which will not be missed and which will be put to Good use in relieving misery and suffering in butt and in the world. What is regarded As one of the Bright spots however of the Roll c til in Butte is the visit of Commodore a e. Longfellow a member of the life saving corps of the red Cross who has been Busy every Day instructing classes in Rescue safety and first Aid Worl besides teaching hundreds of men women and children to swim in the remarkably Short time of less than 20 minutes. Many adults will always be grateful to Commodore i it re fallow for teaching them an Art which they always wished to learn but which they had been unable to master. Yesterday Commodore Longfellow gave lesions to fireman at the Central station and conducted afternoon and night classes in swimming and water Rescue w Ork in the Pool at the y. Ii. A a. _ Sia of Tow counting of ballots is begun in court three precincts disposed of judge Law orders that votes in forty one precincts lie counted. Three concluded before Anjou moment. Duggan loses five and Carlson one. These six ballots a Iid aside. They Zaick official stamp. Were developments yesterday in Tho trial of Frances Steele the Young White woman who is on trial in judge Lynch a court for the murder of James Malona with drugs and Moonshine. Whether Goldie Davis is qualified to testify Mill probably be decided this morning when the trial is resumed at 9 30 of clock. Fri Ughini a end smiling leu frequently than on monday the defendant i showed a few More signs of Strain my i worry. Her Auburn head bobbed Over to Hor attorneys frequently As so whispered comments on the proce cd mrs. A White lace neck Picot wan her Only change of apparel from her attire of a Black silk Drew and by irk j stockings and flippers. Lier mouse i coloured of tiv t Mal Lay crumpled on Hor chair most of the time. I when Gaide Davis whose Tusti Mon convicted Mike a a reaches i Webb of the murder of i Ahin to i was in the morn Frances steel glow i a red my frowned. Whenever the i glances of the White and coloured g re morning at the report the convention Here. Provides for a commuter n a to devise w in forcing adhered the Constitution the cml the rom Lutlo officials have Quot a invest the Mon school funds in although Huntr it dollars Worth i have been offers Large amounts have lain in Bat ing a nominal r goes into the j and s to the for the of envisions of sting of state Echo rants Lares that state repeatedly refused to v h longing to these school District Bonds. It is of thousands of f such school Bonds i at 6 per cent Quot that f the. School fund of tvs Unin vested draw it of interest which general fund of the hat another Large amount of i funds is invested in state War drawing 4 per cent. Most important. A glances fir in a nit Ann g count of lib vote cast in three precinct begun yesterday alter j m it i tvs our. Non before judge Law. As a result of the connect started by George by Bat there was no smile on the a j. Carlson against Larry Duggan for the office of sheriff resulted in i of ran Cen steel. Noon an a loss of six votes five for Duggan and one for Carlson. The precinct counted we Ere nos. I 2 and 4. Whether the six ballots withdrawn j from the count in the three precincts canvassed will be declared Legal j or illegal is a question. The Only Point in controversy is that the Bol j lots do not Bear the official precinct stamp. Judge Law decided that the Ballote in question would to placed in separate envelopes and Laid aside until the count is finished when if it becomes necessary they will be ruled upon. A a a the count made by the judge at i the time of the election compar 1 with yesterday s count shows of Dort degree precinct in judge. Court. Duggan. 167 167 Carlson. .177 177 precinct 2�? Duggan. 90 111 precinct 4 a Duggan. .116 i is Gar a on. 69 68 a in jammed. Franc Mother Mil a Titer it Laric attended the trial Aga ii yesterday but the father was not present. To jammed was the court room with a morbidly curious crowd that judge Lynch several times had to warn the spectators against leaning against the railing which was a Riding under the Strum and which might result in injuries to spectators of it gave Way. It was practically impossible to pass in or out through the main a Nora Nee. The spectators however were orderly tit All times. With attorneys for state and defense interjecting numerous objections the trial divert d into More than the Ordinary nuts i t of Legal asides. Ques this report of the a it Neom Mil tee was regarded Ai i tit Moat in pertain irm on the p Rograda of the first Busine session f the Tion. It was presented w. Is Maddock of butt by chairman in addition to the lion referring to it the a to nth Orth j is who a said to be dts Reg ring cons Tutto Al inundate writ referent to Ach a i funds the comr Nitto report co 1 a a i graphs condemning any Effort to align the teachers of the a to to with any political commercial body. It asks continued on up Laa a Uma 2. Scene of titular Iti officials of Anaconda and Billings High schools in conference. Continued Page column i knights of Columbus club rooms arc wonderfully j decorated for event. Appeal Fob is Kiiji is i i aph member of the fourth degree of j was not until 2 o cock listening for Mort than eight hours to argument of counsel for both Carlson and Duggan. Every step in the proceedings was bitterly resisted and i ter Day the knights of Columbus will gather i afternoon that a decision was handed i in Force at the clubroom on West i Down that rho ballot could be admit j Park Street tonight for their second i a evidence wit flout a a flowing of annual banquet. It will i the big j mistake event of the season for tie knights j evidence should by produced and ladies. In Honor of the neatly tending to show that the election re i Tbs the reception and banquet Tunis were said judge rooms of the clubhouse have in Haw in citing authorities and Riew wondrously decorated. The Decora i ing the argument of the attorneys j Tiona were placed in charge of Joe for the litigants. A in this Case the Earls and the artistic touch that he contestant alleges on information and j had Given will arouse the admiration i belief that the returns were incorrect. A sets St i made by chairman Kays my and. Inference s evening Blanchard Hool and an Effort r a Post the High new York no for contributions to flit of a proximal the Campaign fund National committee make Iyll the nigh Ink be night by i Man. Or. Hay a further fund higher Prui publicans Lur than 50,000 about $2,0 Coll. A i pan my int Carr individuals too to the n plea % Ess Ion i it of r Ign. To on crib it fund. I of every person who attends the affair. A c. Dieter faithful navigator of the fourth degree will preside As toastmaster and the principal address of the evening will be delivered by Jefe Shea state Deputy. There will the returns Are Prima Facie evidence continued on Page 2, column 3 said. The presidential Camp. I year Cost approximately that the candidate is eligible to hold i wrote office. Our statute provides that All election officials perform their duties according to Law. Quot shall evidence be introduced to count the ballots or shall the ballots be counted without evidence a he asked. A the original ballots Are the lard to guar both teams ii.? is played or considers As has allo a state school be be played Der the aus a mines an ived from the an to stage but this offer column i Jasper ala., Nev. T3�?six men were burned to death this morning in a fire at the Parish mine of the railway fuel company nine Miles South of Here following a a explosion in the mine. Ten other were injured six Eer loudly and Throe died tonight tile injured were taken to hospitals on a special train. Only 26 More shopping Days before Christmas do it now continued on Page 7, column 4 secretaries of states Meli in Helena in is i i Chicago nov. 28.�?helena mont., today was selected for the 1921 con-1 mention of the National association i of secretaries of states of the United i states which i meeting Here. The dates will be aug 3 and 3, the convention today extended an invitation to state auditors treasurers and comptrollers to become associate members of the . Big slump in the Price of hogs in All markets estimated at 112,000 head As against 134,000 a week ago. In Chicago the Market closed at the Bottom figures or the Day the lowest since dec. 16, 1916, and at an average drop of la a hundredweight As com in i Quot Rac i i pared with yesterday. The practical i9l / is 9.-7. Large stocks. Top at the finish was $10 a Hundred i. I weight whereas on july 31, 1919, hogs commanded 123.60. The Pinnacle Point on record. Tile five years before the current Price was $915. Pre War prices prevail for first time. In or. Paul lowest quotation since new York. Nov. 23.�?pre-War prices for live hogs became general today throughout the United states. Big receipts from the farms appeared to be the immediate cause the total Supply of hogs on Sale today at to St. Paul min prices at the Sou slumped further cents causing a b x a 23.�?hog it Yards rap of 75 it of $9.25, principal Market of the country being j the lowest quotation since to. A. A 1917

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