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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Anaconda, Montana Copper and Silver. Copper to bar Silver Domestic .99vie weather forecast. Today Cloudy. More Butte news in the Standard i Nan in other paper tol. . 20. The world s news. The Standard Arrie the most it Tensive Telegraph service in m on Tana full associated press Universal service. Up Octal leased wires. Anaconda Montana thursday morning september 23, 1920. Price five cents. Cox train wrecked and nominee badly shaken up in crash engine and four cars of candidate s special ditched North of Phoeniz Ariz. Party in route to Prescott when spreading rails supposed to cause Accident. Passengers thrown Topsy Turvy and Cut by Glass. Governor rushes to help injured. Engineer saves life by jumping. Speaking engagement cancelled. Death dealing slugs from bomb clip of country Middle Western farm Bureau federation to organize Selling Agency. Phoenix Ariz., supt. 22.�?governor Cox a presidential Campaign train was wrecked about 4 30 of clock this afternoon 14 Miles North of Here while in route to Prescott Ariz. The democratic presidential candidate and his party were badly shaken up when an engine and four cars of the special train were ditched but All escaped injury. The most seriously injured was Charles a. Nichols Engineer of Prescott who sustained a broken leg in jumping from his cab when his engine toppled Over. Spreading rails were assigned by Railroad men As the cause of the wreck which compelled the governor and his party to return Here tonight and cancel his evening address at Prescott. The train consisted of six cars and was drawn by two heavy engines needed for the up Grade to Prescott. While running at a Speed estimated at Between 35 and 40 Miles an hour. It jarred suddenly As if in a collision. Application of the. Emergency brakes bumping Over broken rails and ties. And careening of cars. Told passengers the Story. Forward cars ditched. The four Forward cars were ditched the governors private car the Federal at the rear and the adjoining compartment car of newspaper men except for its Forward truck remaining on the rails. A baggage coach jumped the track about 15 feet and turned Over on its Side. Two passenger coaches and another compartment car behind also slowed to feet or More from the track and partly toppled Over. The front engine of the double header Engineer f. C. Sutton of Prescott said left the rails first and then jumped on again but the second engine toppled Over amid a Cloud of smoke and steam. The first passenger coach ran the length of the overturned baggage car and jammed its Forward end into the trucks. Cut by flying Glass. Passengers on All cars were thrown Topsy Turvy. Some suffered bruises and cuts from flying Glass. Governor Cox was in the dining room of his private car going Over papers with or. Robert c. Goldsmith his assistant on the league of nations question when the crash occurred. A a what a that Quot he shouted rising to his feet Only to be thrown heavily across the car into a steel Wall. He Aas shaken up. But rushed no to Assis the injured id soon was nonchalantly viewing the wreckage smoking his pipe and waiting for a wrecking train to arrive and take him Back to Phoenix. Commenting earlier in the Day on or. Tafts recent articles which said that governor Cox a Quot indisposition to maintain order by use of the militia is w Ell known to All local Union Lead continued on Page 5. Column 3. Reed and Thompson clash Over g. 0. P. Slush fund charge Missouri senator forces Republican ways and Means chairman admitted knowing nothing of Cox Ever making a crooked Dollar a and that reports of his being entangled in any Way w Ith Wall Street interests were just talk. William Barnes refuses to produce Book. Washington. Sept. 22 Sci tor i a a i of Missouri and William Boyce Thompson chairman of the ways and Means committee of Tho Republican party whose assertions that the charges of a Republican slush fund were All a bunk a had a Bitt r clash before the Senate investigating committee inquiring in o Campaign funds today. During the interchange Thompson asserted that a big business a represented by Wall Street financial interests was More behind governor Cox than senator Harding and declared Cox himself was not a stranger to Wall Street. Senator Reed demanded if the witness knew of a a crooked dollars governor Cox had made and Thompson answered the senator demanded to know if a a a a a a. A the witness intended to infer that f d with previous Willis m Manhattan kan., sept. 22.�? Steps were taken Here today at a meeting of the presidents and secretaries of the farm Bureau federation of the Middle Western states to handle All Wool grown in the United states. A Resolution was adopted by the conference asking j. R. Howard president of the american farm Bureau federation to appoint a committee composed of one member from each Wool growing state to meet immediately to work out plans for a National Selling Agency. The first problem to he met by the Agency thus formed it was stated probably will he the marketing of More than 30,000,000 pounds of Wool already accumulated in pools in the Middle West and Texas. Wool was pooled last Spring by the growers in these states and taken Over by the state federations when the Wool commission houses refused to Send buyers to different Central Wool sales arranged in counties and sections where the Wool was pooled. The Central association will attempt to Deal directly with the manufacturers of Woolen goods in the East. This will be done by gathering All Wool in a county into a Central Pool by local growers. The local Supply could be collected at the different cooperative elevators and shipped to cooperative warehouses centrally located. According to j. F. Walker chairman of the Wool committee of the american farm Bureau Fedora Hon. There it could be stored graded and h Al until demanded by the Mills. Broken pieces of window weights used us shrapnel in the bomb exploded in Wall Street two no / Mer. S were apparently broken apart by the Force of the explosion. About 200 pounds of the broken weights b via Che to a to in he bodies of the a a a it the. Pieces Are two. Two an i Alf and three in Voie to return to wore Shamokin a sept. 22. The United states department of labor today wired c. J Golden president of District no. 9, United mine workers assuring the assistance of the department in adjusting any grievances the mine workers might have after they return to work. Encouraged by the departments prompt reply to or. Golden a Appeal for intercession in behalf of certain classes of men who he claimed bad been discriminated against the general mine workers at a meeting night voted for a return to work Friday. Ottine in Michigan Chicago sept. 22.�?five Hundred thousand dollars Worth of the greatest fruit crop Berrien county Michigan has grown in five years lies rotting on the ground four hours from Chicago by boat or rail. This is the estimate made by expert growers who declare the crop of peaches pears apples plums and cantaloupes to be Worth from $8,-000,000 to $10,000,000. Thousands of bushels of As Fine peaches As Are grown in the United states Are being fed to the hog s or dumped on the ground to rot. Farmers commission men and farm organization experts give various reasons for the condition. Some Are car shortage inability of boats to handle the huge crop a sudden general ripening due to the late warm weather and a we lashing Quot by commission men through a a jokers a in contracts made last Spring with the growers. Of Miu Cash four thousand dollars that Milech Ivich had few hours before death is gone. Wants of Coal Consumers to be met before Winter fuel situation of country prompts National association to declare Supply to december Only necessary. Washington sept. 22. A All wants of Coal Consumers big and Little will be adequately met before Winter sets in. The National Coal association declared tonight in a review of the Coal situation throughout the country. A householders need not feel it necessary to fill their bins with the entire Winter Supply at this declared the statement issued by the association. A by taking Only enough Coal now to tide them Over dec. I the entire situation will work out with no great privation to any for the immediate use of Consumers a the Middle West where some Public officials have been alarmed As to the wants of householders the association suggested adoption of a cooperative program by railroads Coal operators and dealers so As to assure a Supply until december. By that time it was said the wants of the Northwest will have been filled. The movement of More than 1,000,-000 tons weekly by Way of the great lakes is required until december the association declared advising that a was soon As the Northwest program is cleared Amide Coal will be released for the balance of the mystery surrounding the disappearance of the $4,000 belonging to Philip Milichevich whose Bullet pierced body was found tuesday noon in a Rooming House at 240 East Broadway remained unsolved last night. Police officials investigating the Case admitted they were at a loss to determine the whereabouts of the Money or what motive could have prompted the Man to take his own life. Although police officials continue to hold to the theory that Milichevich committed suicide after losing the Money possibly through speculation or by gambling possibilities that he might have met with foul play investigations disclose do not appear so Remote As was first anticipated. Should no suicide Clew be unearthed the murder theory would then Center around the course the bullets took and what organs of the body were directly affected. In this manner it could be determined if death was instantaneous or whether the Man could have fired both shots and then pulled himself to the bed continued on Page column 5. Vice president appeals to masonic fraternity to keep America Safe Chicago sept. 22.�?au Appeal to the masonic fraternity to a keep America Safe Quot was made by vice president Marshall in an address at the banquet tonight of the supreme Council thirty third degree a rot Thih rite masons for the North in masonic jurisdiction of America. Other speakers were governor Lowden of Illinois and Barton Smith of Toledo Sovereign grand commander of the supreme Council. Menus clothing Cost to drop next Spring i he who sept. i a ent Price reduction of from 20 to 25 a i cent announced by textile manufacturers will in reflected Iii the prices of menus clothing. Next Spring us is Rouse president of tin National clothing manufacturers association declared tonight it the associations convention. Or. Str oust added that a a men a clothing prices can not go Down More quickly than the High Cost of lain and in Tell a in Ami that people must remember that tin Cost of textiles is not the Only Factor entering into the clothing prices. In of had been a in Ain Way in Tang it w i the Wall St a Noertta a a Ami j Thompson finally said his statements 1 Wen founded in Quot common report i rumours and talk Quot two denial. Two Flat Deni tis Conn charges that have figured i testimony were produced. Barnes or. Asserted that the Book Quot republicanism in 1920,&Quot published i by his company the Albany n y it i journal had no connection with the j Republican National committee and wits a private commercial venture the other denial was made by i George t. of Elisabeth n j j. President of the National retail 1 liquor Deale re association of hairier i i Lea find of the federate liquor in j dustrb�?~8 of new Jersey who said i that such support its these Organ had Given the candidacy of j governor Fox for the presidency was i in no Way connected with the demo it i Trine party financing. Or Barnes explained that pull Cathie of the Book Quot republicanism in 1920 developed out of a contract made by the journal company with 1 j a or. Young of new York whose t 1 business was soliciting a special editions for newspapers and Enterprise the witness declared montanans testify. People of butt and Anaconda were particular by interested to testimony Given before the acute i Ommittee Vest inlay in the Campaign funds inquiry inasmuch a two of us witness Are wed k Nown in tiles cities. William b. Ii loin Psi m. Financial Man of the Republican party is the non of a former mayor of Butte Lames w. It reran j. Former ambassador to Germany who is financial director of till Desno Zratie National Cobb my tee. Married an Anaconda girl a daughter of the late Marcos Daly. Is Highlen against leaders of switchman s strike St. Lotts sept. 22.�?Federal warrants charging conspiracy to limit tin distribution of Nee is. Tii a in violation of tin i a ver act have Imph issued again i a lunges s. Eubank president of this. I Otiis Yard men association which called the strike of switchman Here in april and a. T. Doit hit Secretary of la organization it a announced Ai tin of Fie of United state marshal George Lynch till afternoon. Tin indictments under which tin warrants wore issued were returned Iii c hic ago aug. 5. Ila conspiracy it is alleged a c Rich out through the medium the Yard men a us Oci ution. In Dublin hotel assassination Long planned says tile Rev. Father m. J. English. Dublin. Sept 22.�?county coun Lor Lynch a prominent Limerick no fein or was shut dead this morn a in his hot i apartment in tile Ruer of Dublin his assailant Are legend to have been a Black and tank Dice. The murder took place at 3 of clock cording to the or association s count when uniform 1 men entered Royal Exchange hotel and go a straight to the room of the or landed victim shot him dead. The project was purely a commercial n one. Ii produced to o forms o f boys of 61 Given rousing a tracts furnish 1 Hon or Young and Deal was any agreement to h Aid by that there a underwrite Quot re Book for political purposes by the subscribers. No at met it a conceal Quot Campaign contributions were involved in the publication to Caid. Subscription list withheld. Senator Reed asked if there Wax not a third contract form under which men had suits ribbed a High is $2,500 Quot for circulation of Book Quot a Cut Linued on rage a a inure i in numerous cities the assassination of cd Oun Eilor Illiam Lyre a while he was asleep in h room in the Royal Exchange Hood us Ltd As told in yesterday assailed Prana dispatches was the caring out of the orders to shoot All does of finn Erin courts on sight cording to the Rev. M. J. English new Youk 8pt. I St development to St i Gat Ion of Wall pointed to an a rider plot news dispatch the i to greeting of fifty fourth Encampment Parade. In diam Ai us s sept. 2 2 Wear j from Imir hmm b in delighted wit enthusiast receptions Given them the i. V a i. Of the civil was who i arched her today in the a rid of the fifty fourth Annua Encampment of the Gand army of the i Republic rested tonight. On Bench in downtown Parks Ami around Thi he re Sale a it Monument in j the heart of the City the veterans Sal and talked of their March today ant i of Tho Days whet he r hikes Wen longer and from which Many of their comrades failed to return. Their Parade covered a route ii a mile in length but it Taxe it the strength of Many. A tempera tire of -5 degrees made marching my before Thi Para ried portable. Was find. It first Aid i Many were caution. There Wen however Rich led through continued i to inn Tref taken by Wrangle it til a indicate d that a mild epidemic a packed so holy with spa a Vittora. If a bomb threats a had by. It in n out continuous Roar of cheers greeted t h to a ghost the country Leveland Boston new beit Ford a. Contingent. Fling the it oct a Sion Ca me the tre Uteri and new York wer Illinois de apartment Cit ii of a which reported an it Nymo us it it Yeti both. Wisconsin depart a i rungs of dire uni for Teri me n t the ugh authorities professed to re it eminent in the Ohio Cor it agent Gar i the. Messages in rile work of Quot a is or. George t. Harding father Rouie practical a or or it rank a never a Treen g. Harding the rep Bucan the Ess in a try instance in Ira pre profit Lentini Nom me. Eau Tak Lions to prevent outrage j no. A ska Mil Wyoming Higan. Iowa into Kansas v solent Era is \ the last initially the Only Prog a investigation of the thursday came unsought a our men employed by made in Nide ter Here by tied it m i n ii a so t it division f a troopers w billowed to our o were death of Botte Miner causes shaving Brosh w wreck i Fin Uncle minute Takin a gun carted have h Dis Trio after the with till which bomb i report d b by. Union ulan rejected. Pendleton ore., sept. 23.�?by a a to. A a it Ltd federa m of f Zubor in its a annual convention re t Day rejected a proposal for in rement of the one big Union plan insuring s taken a guns Rai a Safe from burglars san Francisco sept. 22.�? because a warehouse in Winch 800,000 Gallons of Uliskey were stored Hail los a Robl Axl twice the liquor was Mot of today by Federal authorities to another w Are to use said to in burglar proof while throngs along the streets gathered to a Tell the procession of True h Elena. Sept. Of every shaving by i Montana is urged b i of health As a preen against contraction the warning was j w. E. Cogswell be said it will not he t i to sterilize All new i sterilization is to a in boiling water for i utes or. Cog Well e j the warning foil i tion of the Caus of i i of Pat Sullivan a i i taken to a Hospit at hoax two Days a shaving Brush. De it ease within a few a time efforts to tract t Section led to the she the tonne Ewing link tending physicians i state Board of health i Days ago. It of a ins ret mini Bru up pure Ithra by. Now Havi tuesday s i 1< Rainia r River. Ii i Riho ners Breed 2,2 the to rust River line according to c communication and s Hay crossed a he Bruza a Region Hie by the poles aum Walsh says q. 0. P. Fight on league is partisan it r wit i Brush i a Ding utter to ived be h w at n no till e Rul sch miners postpone strike in Washington is Attles a t. 22.�?th� strike of 3,00 1 in it employed by till Day Iii tin Coal m no of washing Loil called for tomorrow a. Lava la it toned until a referendum vote a an in taken by local Union. Bon ii. I Arri mom vie a president of District it it. To. United mind workers a ii non mad Indue Montana senator asserts republicans Are ohs cur a my real Issue to Blind voters of United states. Chicago St i ment issued to i Contention of i publican candid a there is an j tween the Constitution i states and the league covenant Quot Sena i of Montana Democrat j publicans a Are attempting to i the fact that their opposition nor Harding refer president that Citable conflict be i the United of nations j Thomas j. Walsh id that re j use in to the i a committee i 4 a i in ply wit to ii Constitution to it Erin in til til Venanc propose d some doubt i a Char Landing a a or Walsh his time followed e i ague Emery is Ide a the a directly to in a const i Eaty. It lot. Tile but no Isen Odd eld their rinds our dig Unju though

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