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Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - July 31, 1935, Butte, Montana Silver METAL PRICES world price East tomb New Tork HOME EDITION The Standard the Met IB ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY JULY PHONE PRICE FIVE LEAGUE DEBATES EUROPE WAR CRISIS TODAY New Tax Approved by to Be Rushed Before House Thursday Finance Group Calls Mor to Explain Why Presidents Recommend ations Were IRS Republican House Com Complains About Predicts it Will Be a July new tax was rushed today toward house passage through a fire of criticism from and senate The house ways and means com in a 13minute session for mally voted 17 to 7 to approve the introduced only yesterday by Chairman after less than four weeks of Plans were made to take It up on the floor for initial debate Thursday and for passage Satur day or Sees a a republican com Representative Tread way of insisted the was a surrender to the presi dents He that It would be a political boomerang lor the Almost democrats on the finance committee were to the measure on the ground that did not adhere to the rec They summoned Secretary who had no in writing the touse to explain tomorrow why the meas ure discards the presidents sag Visits Shortly after this Mor and his financial aides went over the tax program with President The lengthy White House conference apparently was in preparation for The secretary was by Herman general treas ury counsel Robert coun sel for the internal revenue bureau and George economic ad The senators questioned a length Lovell chief of staff o the joint congressional committee on internal who house democratic draft the Senators Want to the senators wanted t know why the house commutes had virtually discarded the presidents suggestion of a graduated tax on corporation Parker re piled he assumed the house group the excess profits levy in stead of one on corporation in comes because it thought that a test of ability to the senators wondered why the house jacked up surtaxes on incomes over instead of asserting the president had used as an replied that no sub stantial revenue can be obtained by graduating surtaxes from 030 MERCURY BOILS ABOVE 100 IN CENTRAL STATES Strafing of Jews Breaks Out Again in Hitler Germany New Campaign Seems to Refute Rumor of Curb on Nazi July The nazis answer to rumors of an official curb on anti semitism tonight was drastic intensification of their cam against the While in Berlin authorities pre pared to forbid additional Jews to reside in the antiSemitic accompanied by Inspired press spread throughout the Towns In the Mosel and Elfel re gions forbade Jews to take up resi Boycott Tlie burgomaster of the district of Berlin ordered all civil servants and municipal employes to buy only from German They were Instructed to employ German physicians This Is the order It must be obeyed by every employe of this nazi municipality in view of the shameless behavior of Jews and other enemies of the At Halle 13 were arrested for race They were de scribed Jewish businessmen who took advantage of the financial straits of GERMANY July UB Germany protested emphatically to day to the States over the desecration of its torn from the liner Bremen in New York last and demanded punishment of the It lodged a formal protest with the state department charging New York city authorities had failed to provide sufficient police protection against a threatening antinazi mob when the Bremen sailed last Text of the note was not made pub lie but it was understood no na tional apology was State department officials ap had anticipated the pro test and early indications were that the Hitler government would receive cold BI BELIEF FID IS IM MILLION July Hinting that the work relief program finally is about to get under the work relief allot ment committee today pared down the sum set aside for direct relief in August to With persons supported wholly or in part by federal funds the recommendation compared with alloted for June relief and in SEES DEPRESSION July A pre diction that the depression will be ended and that conditions in gen eral in the United States will be in good shape by next summer was made here today by Postmaster General James AIR TAXI MAN FOR NOTABLES VISITS BUTTE En route from Virginia to Captain probably the nations most famous special air chauf feur is sojourn ing in Captain Ques ada arrived yes after a few Quesada ing in the vicinity of Gallatin Gate I made a little detour from Langley field on my way to Max well field and the fishings the army captain Major Genera former chief of the army flying corps Gen Hugh Johnson former Assistant Secretary of War Trubee David son and Secretary of War George are some who have been piloted around the country by Captain From alett newsmen uncovered a story a year They Continued on Page Butte Doctor Chairman of Advisory Group Under Works Progress MOVE TO EXEMPT SILVER AND GOLD MINES FROM TAX STARTS July Iff Harry works progress today appointed Dr as chairman of a regional works prog ress administration advisory board for the western The board will consist of from three to five Members will be announced It will act as observer of the works progress The measure administrations operations and has been asked to give the administra tion the benefit of unbiased com petent advice from an outside point I of The members of the board will re a day when actually on government Other regional boards will be appointed States in which the western re gional advisory board will act are New Wash California and IN BUTTE HITS 91 LIT Kan Nebraska and Iowa in Center of Heat TOLL FOR WEEK PASSES 40 MARK Temperature of 105 at To Sets a New Mark in Jayhawk Hy Associated Summers cauldron boiled temperatures above 100 in middle America Tuesday as the heat toll for a weeks span passed Ne braska and Iowa were In the grip of a heat wave which also made It self felt in the Southwest and Far Three Die In listed three Chicago reported including a 21year old man who collapsed while play ing Other heat deaths were reported from Ok lahoma and The death of a Nebraska physician was at in part to the A temperature of 105 at Topcka set a new record for July 30 matched that where six prostrations experienced 100 for the first time this It was 102 In Kansas Butte was hot again yesterday undr a sun that sent the mercury to 91 degrees from a low mark of 40 early Tuesday Todays weather will be an cial forecast THREE KILLED AS A DERRICK FALLS TWIN July Three men were killed and seven in jured today by the fall of a heavy derrick at the base of Twin Falls in the Snake river canyon seven miles northeast of where the Idaho Power company is constructing a The dead are Fred Twin Falls and Hager an employe of the Idaho Power company for several LABOR July The Walsh designed to Insure the payment of prevailing local wages to workers on federal building projects was passed today by the now goes to the ETHIOPIANS LEARN ART OF CAMOUFLAGE NILE HE MEN TRAINED FOR In preparation for possible war with Ethiopian youngsters are being trained In the ways of Jungle combat Foreign instructors teach them modern but they must steep themselves in native tactics because of the peculiarities of Abyssinian This with sticks for funs and grass for Is becoming adept at the profession of a Murray Announces Labor Recognized in New Ap by July Differences between sen ators over confirmation of Ray Hart as state works progress administra tor for Montana today appeared to be nearing Senator Mon issued a statement in which he said Information has come to me to the effect that the works progress administration is giving recognition to labor in connection with appoint ments now being made in and it has been suggested that the continuance of opposition on my part to the confirmation of Hart would result not only in injury to but to the best interests and welfare of the stale us a Murray described the controversy m most unfortunate and said he regretted exceedingly that I was compelled to voice my protest in this I felt that a great in justice was being done and that It was necessary that I should publicly proclaim my I do not intend to stand in the way and prevent the works progress administration in Montana from getting started on the great program Continued on Page Man Loses Nose Using Razor as Fly Swatter July Fred Clark was A fly lit on hli Fred made a pass at it with his Hospital surgeons worked today to restore the last quarter Inch of his nose to its proper Representative Says Ex cess Levies Under Act Would Ruin Mines of Costly July Representatives from the inter mountain mining states voted today to petition the house ways means committee to exempt and gold and silver mining corporations from excess profits levies under the new draw up petition after a closed session in which charges were hurled that the proposed excess profits tax would seriously hit gold and silver Scrugham said excess profits levies under the ranging upward to 20 per cent on profits in excess of 25 per would spell ruin for many gold and silver mine where rich veins were uncovered after years of development at great The westerners also decided to seek to limit the tax or sale of gold and silver mining property to 20 per cent of the selling price after the new regional chairman of the works progress ad has long been known as a democratic leader in Montana He was a delegate at the Chicago convention which nomi Franklin Roosevelt for president and an active part in the campaign that Fol lowing election he was chairman of a Victory drive in this state for funds with which to pay off the party He took a prominent part in promoting the Roosevelt birthday the full proceeds of which were turned over to a in Georgia for treatment of infantile Some years ago Shanley served a term as a member of the local school He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and They named James Scrugham reported the new Fraternal Order of lit has Scrugham democrat of would tax such sales as much as 701 been practicing medicine in chairman o i lor wore 20 Wafers of Minnetonka Composed in Its Visitor Says ROAD BOARD LETS CONTRACTS FOR NEW HIGHWAY ON EAST SHORE OF FLATHEAD LAKE MAN SHOT IN ATTEMPT TO ENTER STORE With a bullet wound In a man who rave hid name to police Dan about wan taken to James hospital last night for He wan officers during an attempt to break Into the Butte Dye 725 Utah proprietor of the who fired the told police that his place had been entered and robbed several and hat since the last a week he had slept In the Lant he he saw a man attempting to remove a pane from a window with a He ran out the back carrying the and told the man to stick cm he The man ran and hearing the shoot c ailed Officers Regan and arrested July Troubled by the mushrooming pay roll of his new resettlement admin Director Guy Tugwell today planned to discharge between and of his em This it WM Other Lettings of Commis sion at Billings Read Total of Pa trol Board Regulations The public believes that the popular strains of By the Waters of Minnetonka were Inspired In Minnesota but it was on the Crow Indian reservation more than ZO years ago that the composer gave the world the Indian love lyric that is still heard In cafes from San Francisco to on the radio in America and Europe and in countless homes and public keeneyed Thurlow the was In Butte Author of hundreds of musical Including songs and symphonies those with the In dian dean of music at Wichita university in he Is best known for his By the Waters of Professor for years has made a study of Indian It was one night In 1910 that he wrote his famous number while at the Crow In 1913 It was Today It Is as M Writer for foremost musical and com poser of more than 200 Indian Professor Is also a noted concert His Edna Is a well known concert In September my symphony orchestra at the university will present a symphony of historical Professor The symphony deals largely with the lore of Montana he Recently in Mexico City he com posed Conquistador for the Mexican Professor was In yesterday with his Edward who Is assistant superintendent al Mon tana Slate hospital at Warm Im out here continuing my studies of Indian music and try Ing In escape some eastern although Montana Is doing pretty In the hot weather he July i Three contracts for and highway construction In the Flathead lake section In western Montana wer awarded here this afternoon by the Montana highway Two other call for Bur facing and oiling a span of nearly 25 miles on the road and more than five miles o graveling and surfacing on tin Great The five contracts were let ti the low bidders whose offers tola The commission re all bids for old borrow pits between Rockvale nnd Re Lodge in Carbon The low bid of was 23 per cen excess of the commissions cos The project is to be re probably in connection with a sizable group of projects be Ing drawn up for the commission next which will be at Grea Falls August In Its capacity as state patro commission authorize Croonenberghs of pa trol board and Patro Chief Lou to attend meeting of the Western States Pa trol association at San October 18 and Boedecker said the purpose of the gathering Is to discuss uniform highway regu lations in the various Speed Limit The patrol board adopted a regu lation establishing a 35mile speed limit on highways under construc and others prohibiting all bu police and sheriffs emergency ambulances and firefighting ap paratus from using front red lights or combination red and blue lights and from using Following the the projects lei with names of successful bidders and their bids Surfacing with grade A top coarse crushed gravel and road mix oil treatment of miles of road in Dawson Continued on Page followed completion of an inventory showing the resettlement adminis tration now Is paying work three times as many as the NRA employed to rule all in plans to dismiss of his employes within two Somewhere around more are slated to receive notice within a few Most wew inherited by the Tugwell organization when It took over the work of NEGRO j July As national guardsmen and a large i force of state highway police raced j to beat the fury of a Govan I 25yearold negro axo slayer IOF Rehearing HI of a white was lynched to The mob which earlier had seized the negro from Sheriff was said by the sheriff to have In sonic taly Sends Her Diplomats North to Geneva and Soldiers Where War Clouds Are Pate of Peace Machinery Hangs in Balance as Statesmen Gather to Ponder Over Br GENEVA League future Men at stake u council memben ar rive for momentous hi Eden of Brit Pierre Laval of France teek July Ing the Sun canal to troop and other carrying war material In of war with b Mac actively canvassed once on the eve of the Nations meeting way to peace no re sends diplomat north to south to quar ten say Britain to Dace to accept economic CAPETOWN Reuters Brit ish News agency reports Emperor Halle Selassie wants all white volunteers sent to Ethiopia at once to officer July IP With peace in Africa and pos sibly the future of the League of Nations at states men of many nations gath ered tonight for tomorrows extraordinary session of the League of Nations Preparations for efforts here to settle peacefully the quarrel contrasted with apparent preparations lor Field Army Italy sent more troops to Join the tens of thousands already masted on the where field marched away from Addis reportedly en route to tht V League officials said conflict was almost sure to develop around council they pointed wants to Imit discussion confining he councils procedure to reviving Italo Ethiopian conciliation on the other desires full investigation on all and may demand force ful League Scandinavian states are reported determined to seek League protection from small such as British IA dispatch from London said the British governments program In volved efforts to bring Mus solini to accept economic conces instead of armed ot While Anthony Britains secretary for League stopped over at Paris to confer with Pre mier Pierre expecting to ac company him to H Duce sent seven headed jy Baron Pompeo Continued on Page WHETHER FIREMEN EARN WHILE SITTING UP TO WEATHER MONTANA Generally fair unsettled west portion Wednesday and Thursday somewhat cooler and southeast portion Thurs Wage Case Sems Stands and July fire departments Just sit or whether they are acting in a gov capacity as they hold themselves in readiness for will be a question before the Mon tana supreme court this A motion for rehearing In the case ot tbe fire department against Ralph Arnold and the city council was filed in court today by counsel for the fire A ruling of the high tribunal in the case declared unconstitutional a law of the last legislature providing a minimum monthly salary of a month for firemen in cities of tin first in holding the the supreme court said that because the greater portion of the time of the firemen when on duty Is devoted to holding themselves in W
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