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Helena Independent (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Helena, Montana Full associated press i port from Jim and flit the weather weather for Montana Cloudy sunday rain in South portion cooler extreme Southeast portion monday probably fair. Member of the newspaper Enterprise association 1866 19 2 3 daily Sun Helena mont., sunday May 20, 1923. Vol. 58.�?no. 129.�?five cents Jill Shadow of death lie captives Lof chinese bandits to be shot in 48 hours if demands not met child labor will discussed Appeal is to go to pres Harding by associated Presa. Chicano May 19.�?an Appeal for the pardoning of a big time Murphy from Tho Federal Penitentiary at Leavenworth kus., will be carried directly to president Harding by attorneys engaged by the prisoners wife it was said Here today. It was also said that $42,000 has been gathered by contributions from labor unions and friends of Murphy to carry on the fight for a big time so release. Murphy went to the Penitentiary several weeks ago. He was convicted of alleged participation in the $250,000 Dearborn Street mail robbery three years ago. By associated press. Chicago. May m. Davis Secretary of labor today announced that Tho governors of every state in the Union would he invited to Mooseheart 111., tile week of june 24 to participate in a governors round table discussion of child labor a was this is vitally important in View of the recent supreme court decision holding the child labor Law of the District of Columbia each governor will be asked to attend in person and to Send two delegates to this conference one of the objects being to formulate a uniform Law and to urge its adoption by those states where there is no such Law on the statute books. Powers Are exerting every Effort to secure release of prisoners before time of ultimatum has expired broach a fresh plan to pacify demands from allies Martingale second and Vigil third win Worth $50,000 m. E. Ministers to be at bout get data they ask the vote for italian women Rome May 19.�? by Tho associated press a approximately 1,000 women representing nearly All the countries in the world today marched from the meeting place of the International women suffrage Alliance to the office of Premier Mussolini. Resolutions adopted at the Congress of the Alliance were handed the Premier by mrs. Carrie Chapman att honorary president. The procession which was unique in roman history produced a great impression. Signor Mussolini welcomed the suffragists warmly and said he was prepared to keep his pledge that possibly this veal and certainly by next year the italian government would begin the enfranchise i ment of women by categories. It has been u Fine thing. The resolutions presented to the Premier which will also be presented to other governments said a whereas the women now Are enfranchised on equal terms with the men in 25 nations with in Louisville Kyn May 19.�? by the associated press a Zer Harry f. Sinclair a Brown Colts the horse that came Hack after finishing next to lat in the $.�?T>0,000 Preakness a week ago today entered the racing Hall of fume when he won the 49th Kentucky Herby before a crowd of 7.%000 persons the greatest throng that Ever witnessed a horse race in America. The Little Brown Colt by the finn miss Kearney Defeated 20 of the Hest 3-year-Olds in the nation of the largest Field that Ever started in the classic. Starting from tenth position from the inner rail. Zev shot into the Lead a few feet after leaving the j Barrier and led the Field until the fall of the Flag crossing the wire a length and a half ahead of Martingale owned by j. S. Walter j. Salmon a Vigil Winner of the Preakness stakes finished third one length behind Martingale. Track fast to. The race at one and a Quarter j Miles was run Over a track Light Bing fast the time being 2 05 2-5. Two seconds slower than the record for the event set by old Rosebud in 1914. Nassau owned by Fred a Crick Johnson pulled up in fourth place by a nose while Chittagong owned by mrs. John f. Hertz of Chicago was fifth a length Back of Nassau. In the fighting Bunch Hack of i Chittagong came Harry Payne Whitney a enchantment who Cap Mother who made son go loses mind he Points to action in Canada Camden s. A. May 19.�? by the associated press a still dazed by the tragedy of thursday night in which 75 persons lost their lives in the fire at Cleveland schoolhouse eight Miles from Here the Cleveland school and Camden communities Are preparing with acute realization of the extent of the tragedy to care for those left dependent by the fire. The funerals of the last of the dead were held this afternoon at the Buelah Church and at Antioch and this evening the Relief fund being collected by the chamber of Commerce of Camden and Kershaw county had amounted to More than $5,000, with committees appointed to supervise further collections and disbursements a plan for a fund to insure the education of the children loft Motherless and fatherless is being worked out and the work on farms where the head of the family perished will be supervised and aided by men designated or employed out of the fund by the chamber of Commerce. The ruins of the Little Frame schoolhouse were thoroughly searched to continued on Page 2 woman identified As mrs. Phillips continued on fags 9j Tegucigalpa. Honduras May 19.�? by the associated press a the woman timing held hero As Clara Phillips the California a Hammer murderess Quot Lias lie ii definitely identified by Deputy sheriff Walter j. Limiter who arrived Here from los Angeles. She will be taken hark to los Angeles where she escaped from jail lust december by the Steamer Colombia leaving a Mala a. May 30. Continued on Page i ii Ludington mich., May 19.�?�?oif you squeal on me to the court see if i done to kill you a Adolph Musil Summit township Farmer is alleged to have often said to his wife. She a a squealed Friday bringing about his conviction on a charge of no support and also started divorce proceedings. Within 24 hours her body Lay on a Hilltop 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 pocketknife but has a Chance to recover. Several children ranging from 2 to 9 years Aru left Motherless. Ight on movies due in Church sessions closed sunday asked continued on to age ii brits make it Plain to Russ they will be held upon ultimatum continued on Page a a is coining Hack in time to make two addresses on evolution and the fundamental interpretation of the Bible tomorrow the first will he at a a a popular meeting a of the Assembly Iii the afternoon under the auspices of the committee on Sabbath Observance and the other from the pulpit Indianapolis Max 19.�? by the Aster ated press. A Prest or Man of the i listed mates of Merlon refer veil a report today from the committee on Al Lith Observance demanding that the motion pictures a a clean up Aud Clear nut of the s ii Quot will i. Hays president of Tho motion picture producer. And distributors of America who its attending the Assembly As an older of the it Hutch was absent from the Hall attending a committee meeting when or. Hurry l. Bowlby president of the Laird s Day Alliance attack a the sunday motion picture shows. A i have nothing against Hie Nevis Quot said or. Bowlby. A if they will clean up and Clear out of the lord s Dav and i so told an important representative of Hie motion picture Industry woh is attending this Assembly As a commissioner. Should it Ive up Sabbath. A commercial movie houses ought to give the Church the Bible school and the Home the right of Way on the Christian Sabbath. Without Tho Christian Sabbath there will he no Christian morality the free institutions of this country cannot he a Resolution on motion picture censorship and sunday shows is expected to he presented to the Assembly fur action. The controversy Between ultraconservative and progressive factions was quiet today duo to the absence from the City of William j. Bryan Leader of the fundamentalists. Or. Bryan who went to Kansas City to address a Baptist meeting by a so stated press. Moscow May 19. Russians reply to Marquis Curzon s suggestions As outlined to Leonid Krassin the russian soviet commissar for foreign Trade in a two hour conference at the London foreign office thurs Day has tint vet Bern sent to London. The conference was concerned with the recent Exchange of notes by the two governments and lord Curzon is understood to have made it Clear to m. Krassin that his government would accent nothing Short of full compliance with All British demands. To scorn lit Iniel no. General unofficial comment tonight gave reason to believe that Russia would stand on her note expressing willingness to Settle the differences by a conference but declining to accept any ultimatum. Continued on Page 1� Fergus county land to be available by associated Presa. New Orleans May 19.�?thousands of dollars damage to houses Street car tracks Telephone and electric systems was caused Bere today by a severe rain and wind storm which in some sections of Tho City reached the proportions of a Cyclone. No lives were reported to have been lost but dozens of minor injuries from accidents to automobiles attempting to navigate flooded streets were recorded. Washington. May 19.�? special. A approximately 4.500 acres of land in Fergus county. Montana were thrown open to sex soldiers of the world War by the department of the Interior today. The local land office at Lewistown Montana will announce the Date when Homestead entries May to filed upon these Public lands which Are located near the town of Maiden. The Tea to Are reported As rough and mountainous with considerable Timber. Veterans of the world War will have a ninety Day preference in filing Homestead claims. Reception there Gratifying High life divorce in court Lausanne May 19.�? by the associated press a a havas message states that foreign minister Tchitcherine of soviet Russia has sent a Telegram from Moscow to London complaining of the attitude of the near East peace conference Here and of the inviting governments toward the russian delegation. The note complains of Tho failure of the conference to insure the Security of the russian representatives As it had the other delegations and declaring the responsibility for the assassination of m. Torovsky rests upon the inviting Powers. Hie ago. May 19. Denial of fir portion charges preferred against him by his actress wife mrs. Helen Marie Patterson Heyworth in her Bill for divorce was filed today by Otto Young Heyworth heir to the 510,000,000 Fortune of his Grandfather tile late Otto Young and son of Lawrence o. Heyworth millionaire sport Man. The answer revealed that Young Heyworth known As the a penniless because of a Judi Ial order which prevented him from using tin1 income of Trust funds created for his Benefit has accepted employment to a Denver banking House. Ii was also indicated that entry of a decree scheduled for next thursday would not be contested by Heyworth. Weather Outlook in owning week Teton May 19.�?weather or week beginning monday Rock Mountain Aud pinions local Shower drat neurally fair second part. A temperature. Reds slam Len and Trot would impeach supreme court chief i Oil company Laving and i by Bis family. Sonar Law very 111 on arrival in London can to see his Cabinet by associated Tess Coblenz May 19. The inter Allied High commission has issued a new expulsion order affecting 902 persons. Most of those whose names appear on the list arc German Railroad functionaries. Harry s. New will visit this state More Poison pen letters received til Premier s arrival and remained with him a Long time. It was re marked that the Premier was so fatigued when he alighted from lits train that he failed to respond to the cheers of the crowd that had gathered to receive him. At sir Thomas Horder s residents it was stated that no information in regard to the premieres health wit lie Given out for the present but it la Learned that absolute rest and Freedom from political Atrain have been ordered and that during the next few Days or. Bonar i air will be unable to meet Bis tabla members. A a elated press. 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 if one month for ii in health looked tired and worn out when lie reached London this afternoon from Paris and was compelled to rent because of his exhausted condition when he reached the private House where he is staying. Sir Thomas Herder the noted specialist was called upon by associated bless. New York Mav 19 i oui a rare Poison pen letters today were added to the 147 which ale alleged to have a Frei ked Many Homes in High society. The latest missives were Laid before i it is Riel attorney Manton by Nathan Hurkman counsel for George Maxwell composer accused of having mailed similar letters involving the name a of mrs. Allan a. Ryan and other women. Maxwell through his counsel has contended that he himself was the victim of the Poison you w lit or. Bauta Barbary cal., May 19.�?�? the indians Whoso remains have been unearthed by the excavators on the ambassador hotel site near hero by the representatives of the smithsonian Institute May have been As peace Loving As scientists believe but some of the relies 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

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