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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Anaconda, MontanaThe Anaconda Standard thursday september 23, 1920. Expert Mechanic slugged kidnapped and robbed at Astoria. Astoria ore., sept. 22.�?george h. Goetz of Portland an expert pipe fitter and Furnace Man employed by the associated engineering corporation of Portland today has the letters a i. W. branded upon his Abdomen with acid and is recovering from wounds about the head and face sustained when he was kidnapped by three men Here monday night. Goetz according to statements today was seeking help to install furnaces Here for the company that employs him and was walking along a Street monday night about 9 30 of lock when an automobile Drew in to the sidewalk and three men leaped out. One of them struck him a blow Over the head knocking him unconscious. Goetz recovered consciousness while the machine was speeding through the night and his captives told him to be quiet. A a you la not work Here again a one of the men said. Then he lost consciousness again when he became Lucid the second time Goetz was lying in an old cemetery. Aching and dazed he made his Way to a hotel and sent for a doctor. Next Day he reported to chief of police Carlson. He said that he had arrived in Astoria wednesday of last week and that thursday night while in a Pool Hall a Man approached him and asked him if he had a card. Goetz replied he said that he did not have a card. He can give no description of the men in the Auto local police after having surgeons examine him say that the branding was evidently done with acid. Goetz is an sex service Man having served with an artillery unit during the War. In addition to being beaten and branded he was robbed of $10. Police said the Pool Hall where Goetz was first asked if a the had a card is frequented by men employed in near by lumber Camps. Butte news notes v rent pianos from Orton Bros. Harry Hunter piano tuner. Care fair drug. Phone 467. Born sept. 22, to or. And mrs. Philip c. Farren 2056 West Woolman Street a son. A marriage License was issued yesterday in Butte to William m. Tracy and lillith Young both of Butte. William Buchannon is charged in a Justice court complaint with third degree assault at the instance of c. S. Boyant. Hours of entertainment for a Nickel or a dime in the Argosy and saturday evening Post today at the p. O news stand. The Radies Aid society of Mountain View methodist Church will meet with mrs. Henry Jamett 2019 Utah Avenue this afternoon. Henry Coulam general agent of the Oregon Short line returned yesterday from a trip to grat Falls Helena Missoula Havre and Kalispell. The members of the Washington degree Staft. I. O. O. F., will be hosts at a dance to be Given at St. Georges Hall Centerville on saturday evening sept. 23. Nelson Story Iii., Republican candidate for lieutenant governor and or. O. Lanstrum of the Republican state Central committee Are registered at the Thornton. W. R. Allen was formally named executor of the will of Sally Brundy in a document filed in the District court yesterday. The Bond of $20,000 was approved by judge Lamb. Nina Kelly in a divorce complaint filed yesterday against John w. Kelly charges neglect. The couple were married in Helena in 1915, and mrs. Kelly wants her Maiden name Nina Vej. Kirk restored. W. Ii. Herriman division freight and passenger agent of the Northern Pacific in Butte left yesterday for a trip to Eastern Montana. Or. Herriman May visit the Midland Empire fair at Billings. That Herbert Dygert who met his death in the Colorado mine on sept. 15 was the victim of an Accident was the decision of a Coroner s jury yesterday following an inquest. Dygert was caught under a fall of ground from the hanging Wall on the 2,300-foot level. A Delph Lan s to meet. Members of the Beta Delphian society of Butte will hold their first meeting of the Quot season Friday Titer noon at 2 20 o clock in the Parlours of the y. C. A. Building As plans for the year will be discussed at this time a full attendance is desired. R 101 West Park St. Or. J. L. Hannifin fitting of glaces correctly a specially. All lenses ground in our own shop. Rapid service on duplications and repairs. Or. J. W. Duncan foot specialist. Graduate of department of podiatry University of Massachusetts. Room bus Phoenix Block. Phone 2685. Everything about Cuti Cura soap suggests efficiency continued from Page i of Whitehall who is in Butte. Councilor Lynch was District judge or magistrate of the East Limerick court and was known to father English. Killed by mistake. In his interview in the Standard yesterday morning father English described the seizure and execution of Patrick Lynch while he was at prayer at Hospital county Limerick. Patrick Lynch had never taken any part in politics. The military made a mistake father Lynch said. They were searching for councilor Lynch who was from the same part of Limerick. Discovering their error the order had gone Forth to get councilor Lynch and his assassination Wras the result. A i know the Royal Exchange hotel in Dublin very Well a said father English. A i have stopped there myself. It is next door to the Dublin City Hall and because of their fear of such things As this the doors were locked at la of clock every night. To get to councilor Lynch the imported police must have been compelled to break Down the doors. A William Lynch was from Wilmal lock East Limerick and was one of the judges chosen when the sinn fein courts were organized there last july. As it happened i was there at the time and became acquainted with the councilor. He was a Short Man about 32 years of age with red hair popular with everybody and commonly called a a Bill by the people of that Section. He was married and had a family of plan of terrorism. Regarding the destruction of Balbriggan near Dublin on monday father English said that it simply was the carrying out of the general plan of lawlessness and terrorism. A strange As it May seem a said father English a it is believed by the military that the shooting of non combatants will have More effect than the killing of those who Corno out in the. Open and expect to die in the fight. The deaths of innocent persons strike More horror among the people. A it is in line with what Arthur Griffith told me that Between now and Christmas the atrocities we Ould be multiplied. According to Griffith and other leaders the reason for the increase in this form of crime is because the British people Are weakening on the methods used in Ireland and the nerve of the troops is giving Way. It is the intention of the government to bring things to a Climax before Christmas because it is known that there will be a reaction after that. It is a last desperate Effort to crush the people in three months and to put a Stop to the Independence movement. A in England i met officers on their Way to Ireland and they told me that they wished to god they never had to see Ireland again. Some of them were boys of 18 and 19 years of age who had been Given the Power of life and death Over the people within their jurisdiction. It is no wonder that the men under them committed outrages and reprisals because these Young officers were lacking in Tho experience to handle such tasks. The old veterans of the War had refused to go to Ireland. The youngsters lose their sense of proportion in difficult situations where older Heads would have been accustomed to Deal with whatever happened to Gnuse of Ireland London sept. 22.�? Terence Mao Swiney lord mayor of Cork today began the forty first Day of his hunger strike at Brixton prison there being no change from his condition of yesterday according to the report of the physician of Brixton prison. No reference was made in the report either of his accepting or refusing nourishment. The Irish self determination league said a the lord mayors condition has suffered a setback. His sister Mary who has just visited him says he is weak almost As prostrate As the league bulletin issued tonight says that the condition of lord mayor Macswiney remains about the same. He is described As a very prostrate and suffering from pains in the head but still Bule Hurricane spent Defore reaching coast new Orleans. Sept. 22.�?the tropical Hurricane that passed Inland near Morgan City last night apparently had spent its Force before reaching the Gulf a Oast and reports coming in its Wake indicate Only minor damage. No deaths were reported. Wire communication however was difficult tonight and Railroad schedules had been revised because of weakened Bridges and washed out roadbed. 111 Hal carriers decline. Dallas Texas sept. 22.�?the National Rural letter carriers association in annual convention Here today unanimously went on record against affiliating with the american federation of labor. A a a i housework tills month. Housework is trying at any season of the year but particularly so in August. Women suffering from backache lame Muscles stiff joints rheumatic pains or other symptoms of kidney trouble will find Relief in Foley kidney pills. Mrs. L. Gibson 12th and Edison sts., la Junta col., writes. A my kidneys gave me a great Deal of trouble for some time. I took Foley kidney pills and they helped me right they give Relief from irritating bladder. Sold everywhere. Baris sept. 22.�? by the associated press a Premier Alex Ander male Rand was chosen As a candidate for the presidency to succeed former president pcs Chanel who resigned As chief executive of the Republic because of ill health by tin joint caucus of members of the Senate and Cham it of deputies in the Senate chamber this afternoon. Premier Millerand received 528 votes Raoul Peret. President of the chamber of deputies 157. And i Eon Bourgeois president of the Senate us. Tih voting was unofficial. Ibric motor i Lier and was the Only official candidate hut the names of m. Bourgeois and m. Virti appeared on the ballots. 6 bitter clash it no Trace Pound f continued from of age i Era and explained popularity with them a governor Cox made the following statement Taft As water boy. A it has been apparent for some time that judge tafts newspaper articles which were intended to be the reflections of a mature statesman have been turned into a cheap political propaganda. He ought to be ashamed of himself for the statement that Law and order have not been maintained in Ohio. I would like to have him Tell me the instances in which he would have used troops whore i did not. I Challenge him to cite the opinion of a single member of the supreme court of Ohio no matter what Bis politics might be in support of his absurd accusation. I have no objection to judge tafts becoming water Carrier around the old guard political Camp. A great Many people however in our state who have respected him throughout the years can not but look with regret upon the ease with which reactionary politicians still make use of Roosevelt attacks hyphenated. Syracuse n. Y., sept. 22.�?�?orepublican Campaign managers Are making every Effort to secure the hyphenated vote and a Are making special appeals to the Small but very dangerous element which was not Loyal during the War a Franklin d Roosevelt declared hero tonight before a mass meeting of Syracuse voters. He charged that the a support of senator Harding by men like George Sylvester Viereck is an evidence of the object to be Republican leaders Are Makin Quot open solicitation for the italian a Merman vote doing deliberately the things which Theodore Roosevelt gave the last years of his life to stamp out a a he declared. A when the solidly american people of the Republic see the Hyphen brought Back into National affairs and witness the attempt to Divide our people in the interest of foreign aspirations and allegiance they May Well a. G. Owens travelling freight and passenger agent of the Oregon Short line. Was Home yesterday after a Trio to Helena. My Carthy Bryant so. 317-310 East Park phone iou to bars White russian soap.65c 22 bars Good laundry soap. $1.00 10-lb. Can Karo syrup. crab apples 45-11>. Boxes $2.75 too lbs. Fancy Idaho potatoes $2.75 98 lbs. Hex or Coretana flour $7.25 m. J. B. Or White House Coffee. Are you paying 60c ii for Coffee Lyon s Best and occident flour at the old Price. Pure Cane sugar with order Ner Loc Ca i thy apples Box. $2.75 one Case molasses special. $5,00 John j. My Carthy proprietor unrest ninety nine per cent of v arc Amr is Are property less wite to they die yet they Are the producers and also have to buy. If one per cent of people control nine tenth of wealth unrest brings evolution for economic health. No form of Laws can equally the clashes of a nation but True democracy Ghet. A to work out borne probation. # we realize the great a a unrest a and you can save much More on each Spring suit coat or los and hat at the King Coll garment store �?115 West Park Street. Continued from Page i i a Campaign document. Barnes said he would not produce the subscription lists unless ordered to do so by the committee declaring that it was beyond the Power of the committee. In his opinion to go into details of private business transactions. Or. Carroll acknowledged having authorized the sending out from his office of letters urging liquor dealers in the National association to Aid Tho Cox and Roosevelt ticket and to urge the election of a Liberal Congress a regardless of what party they senator Edge asked if the witness approved of governor Cox a recent declaration to the effect that a the liquor question is dead As Carroll replied that statement of the candidate was a total of a less than $2,500�?� had been received in response to the or Cular letters. Carroll said adding that no Campaign literature had yet been put out although it was in preparation. Mines student Bort f the first student body Assembly of the year at the school of mines was held yesterday morning at la of clock. Practically the whole attendance was present and helped organize the a. S. S. M., the student body society for this year s work. An opening address was made by president c. La. Clapp who welcomed the new students to the organization pointed out some of the difficulties under which work would have to be conducted this year owing to the badly crowded conditions in the class rooms laboratories and drawing rooms and urged their support in pushing initiative measures is and 19 for relieving the situation. He was followed by prof. W. T. Scott who outlined the policy to he carried out in this year s football season. The a. S. S. Then proceeded to organize with Maurice Taylor �?T21. In the chair As president and Charles Mcgreal �?T23, As Secretary. It was noted to continue the school of mines dancing club for another year. Officers were elected As follows a. N. Whealdon �?T21, president unanimously Aaron Steadman 23, vice president unanimous Julius Amberson �?T21, Secretary treasurer Over Clarence Fredell 21 tim Driscoll �?T22, and Ralph Wade 22. Each class will elect two representatives who with three officers will arrange for All dances Given by the student body As a whole. It was voted that in athletic dance would be Given at an Early Date. Plans were discussed for rooting at football games this fall. Tim Driscoll. 22, we As elected cheer Leader and was instructed to try out assistants and to arrange to get songs and yells. The classes were also instructed to organize so that the student government committee might be ready for duty at an Early Date. Of missing Cash continued from Page i it from a prostrate position on the floor after Tho loss of a great amount of blood. Course of bullets. Should either of the bullets have pursued the course outward appearances indicated immediate paralysis would almost certainly have followed and would h Ive rendered the Man incapable of pulling the trigger a second time. An autopsy could determine these farts but As Jet none has been ordered. No special significance is attached to Tho fact that police yesterday afternoon found a Check Fin $ i o3 Milichev Ach was known to have had in Bis Possession the evening before his death. This Check it was explained turned Over to a Friend named Gelich by Dan Milic Hexie for. Keeping following his brother s death Angelich was also said to have had in Possession approximately $650 be was an his longing to Philip. This Mon friends say with a similar amount from Dan. Was turned Over to Angelich several months ago when an agreement w reached Between tile two Brothers that when one died the other was to use these funds in defraying funeral expenses. Not in gambling. Inquiries into the Many a habits failed to show be might have lost the Money gambling. Pat Sullivan of East Park Street in whose place Philip Milichevich was known to have been playing cards the night before his death was questioned at the police station but failed to throw any Light on tin subject. He was later arrested on a charge of allowing gambling in his place of business. Fellow countrymen of Milichevich who sat in a game of Blackjack with him declared no big stakes played for and instead of Motley Milichevich won a amount. Inquiries at the various Slot changes in the City yesterday to substantiate the reports Milichevich had been dealing in Oil stocks. Judge Buckley yesterday announced an inquest would be held tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock. The meantime the police will Tine their investigation. Were losing Small a k of failed that heavily in undertakers. For who do you think is unfair some weeks ago our operators and musicians were or Donal from tile Rialto by some one lit new York not because our in ploys Hud any complaint or grievance but on account of the fact that two partners in this lax itch also own a one fourth interest in Tornina Heaters in which hey then is a dispute Between the operators and managers of All the moving picture houses. There is not Bing we can do in Butte to change the situation in Tacoma. How would you like to he held ens a Onsi hic for ail the us Lions of your Mother in Law s relate Ltd Rialto theater. Nicholson the funeral it for Susannah Alary Nicholson Villi he Hgt i at the family residence Sander Street this afternoon at 2 o Hock or. Feeding to tie i or t or. Byte Nan Church where service of will to conducted at 2 3&Quot by re Rex i i Groeneveld interment in mount Moriah cemetery. Moss the funeral of of Mart. Moss will he held at the family residence Slit Yew Street saturday morn i Rig at 9 o clock proceeding to holy Savior Church where Mas will lie celebrated at 9 30 of clock. Interment Iii holy Cross cemetery. Sherman amp Reed funeral directors Ano embalmed Broadway and Arizona St. Phone 67 arid ii. Isa a Sony the. Fur i the beloved daughter Boh will take 2 of clock at Waist i Merit in Mountain s it for Char m. I m. J. Walsh co. To Seral director and embalm.#. Automobile equipment. Phone in 307-309 weak Park 8umi Jensens drug store Butte s leading mail order drug House guarantee a shipment on Day order Are received. 401 s. Montana St. Phone 926 Safe milk for Infanta do Lora fit be week Ian a nutritious diet for Al Ages Quick lunch at Home or office avoid imitations and substitutes or. Lamb celebrated chinese Herb physician 411 diseases permanently cured with Hie famous chinese medicines never before introduced into this country he has cured thousands and can cure you. Advice free. J16 East Mercury is. Butte. Moot. Ice boxes greatly reduced. Full Una of the famous Gibson make to select from at Oech vhf a. Milkovich in this City i i p Milieu it ii. Aged 37 remains Art at Cassidy amp by Lor where the. Funeral will at a time to a announced Cassidy amp Bilboa undertaker and . Ill eat Park St., Butte. Chena in resident phone Zul Auto equipment. Peninsular Heater its time to buy your Cool mornings and evenings make a Little fire in the Heater necessity. Choose your Peninsular now while we have a Complete line of the Many styles and sizes. Peninsular Heaters Are the most economical users of Coal As you will find upon asking any one of the hundreds of Butte families using one. If you live out of Butte order by mail we pay freight charges on All orders. Oak Peninsular $20.00 one of our most popular numbers in the Peninsular line. Burns any kind of fuel and is very attractively trimmed with Nickel. Good to use in Small room or i a non. $20 00 other numbers in the Oak 114, 116, 118, from.$20 to $39 glory Peninsular $36.50 glory Peninsular no. 144 is a handsome Heater that Burns any kind of fuel and represents a flier value at the Price offered stands 15 inches High less urn Lias elegant Nickel trim Ca wings. a Udu glory Peninsular no. 164.$41.50 Palace Peninsular $40.00 i he Palace Peninsular no. 18, is a very satisfactory stove to have in a Home Burns either Wood or Coal is of Oval a Jaa shape Fine Nickel trimmings and cheery Mica door. Pts eur Palace nos. 20 and 22, from. $40.00 to $52.00 Iii by i Imam i. I $10 Peninsular Ruby Hen ter. No is 4. Is a Strong durable stove and will lust practically amp lifetime it is no excel> it keeper of fir does not make much dust and is handsome in Tom ined with Nickel. E in a Brice. $40.00 Ruby no. Ii Silt larger $15.00 Mil blast 11 insular $53 Peninsular no. 116, is a hot air blast my if the dampers Are Correl try list d this Heater will Burn All the. Gas and or Oke. A wonderful floor Heater and a perfect fuel Burner. Min a front fico a door air blast no. Ii. Str a. $62.50 Western Peninsular s85 Western Peninsular i the handsomest and must elaborate of All the Peninsular Heaters. It is a veritable parlor Furnace with Large and Hei Jay fire pot fret work jacket and fancy Nick trimmings. Gives an immense amount of heat. Ritt Quot a. $85.00 St. $87.50 Rovelli a St a �4654 West Park Streat always get our estimate before furnishing a Home 2 a a la. Cans extract of malt Barley s1.25. If you can to coma. Telephone 1 Mccarthy so Golden of Brown sugar per too lbs. 919.75. Bon itary grocery a meet store 64 Kast Broadway la bars eleven Ivory soap.$1.00 14 bars White russian soap.$1.00 Swift s Premium Hants any size delivered Only with a grocery order la. 4% aunt Dinah molasses per Case. $5 00 5-lb. Cans met weight imported Plum jam.$1.65 Blanchard or a maid o Dover butter Cash and carry today la. Gyp 98-lb. Sacks a electric Light hour made by the Russell Miller company of North no. To cans Silver Bow Hansen Spur. Lard. $2 38 we have extra fancy big White matured mealy potatoes from Idaho. Lyon s Best or a occident Quot hour delivered anywhere from a Dewey Point to the five Mil. 9-lb. Sacks .$800 Mccarthy s sanitary store 64 East Broadway pure canc preserving sugar White or Brown delivered with your grocery order at la. Blue italian or s. Ring plums crate.$1 50 i and Artaki is. U n Burt Akers. Vav Ardix Wadi late Joseph Richards inc. Moran in the. Ocy. Merda morning. Vav us am Moran aged years a moran.1 t Een t Redden of butt for he past 43 years. He ii survived by his sister mrs. Tucker of Brook n n a the remains Are Al the Day sea Dolors. Funeral notice will appear later. Everybody should Wear a Diamond a Diamond is in everlasting pleasure. We have them in rings brooches Kavallieros buttons Scarf pins and other artistic jewelry. You can buy them from us on easy payments. De Rose jeweler 6 n. Main St. Butte. Mont. Funeral director and embalmer. Warrington Richard. President and manager a v Cue a Najfi us Georg t. Wade. Secular and tro Gauron. Daly Shea company 1a-19 sooth Montana . Fine Kal d1kectok4 and Kab Almeh it. To. Pm k go Twa Iii Irene St. Quentin teacher of piano Lesche Tizzy method studio colonial hotel phone 4 where in ass w 0 or in Nethery. Wix i it a Tho Vav ii ism t Vav i a ill Tak e place of his get Ste r tit Moriah % Emetero a re of thanks. Avo take this Means of acknowledge my our deepest thanks and a Precia Farrell Street tion n our ume sorrow at the lose of a i. Loved husband if her. Brother e Vav a it peer any thank the a if the Mountain View and Leonard mines the Rev. Or. At Kina the late an Ltd grave the singers and Ait i it ending the Beautiful Floral offering. Hip Risavy in. O. D Smalls and children. R i in in you cd us tvr-lr-u5cvrl 1 ?#?0t Emery Smales. Ret. Interment in the mount -., n1 a ton Gaff. Or. W k. Comm Krs i eith Larry Duggan Kebab undertaker and embalmer Iii North main Street. Job be it. Sam r. White Fane Al dire tar sad Kwh exams la see the Mata Siree Whene jul

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