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Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - June 17, 1934, Butte, Montana MONTANA SUNDAY JUNE jBuildings Small Structures Demolished by Continued From Page hour at Morgan pity Unofficial re jjorts said the wind reached from 75 to 100 miles an Rainfall at Morgan City registered two and B half Communication lines were dts Meager reports were re ceived from stricken Residents Coastal wise In the way of tropical were Doors and windows were boarded ramshackle dwellings Many congregated in more secure brick Other sizeable towns near the Franklin and New were temporarily but Indirect reports indicated there was no major Shipping was Four out bound ocean carrying 400 remained in Haven at Port at the mouth of the Mississippi Tides reached five feet above There were heavy Red Cross headquarters in New Orleans prepared to rush bedding and medical supplies into the stricken At Baton Allen said Jie would call out trie national guard to help relieve DEATH IN June rential rains of last night and today were blamed for one damage to farms and railroads and loss of considerable A partiallyidentified slieepherder was drowned with a hundred of his Jlock near Hundreds of acres of farmlands were inundated in the Sterling re gion and the towns of Ovid and Secigewick were Unlen Pacific trains on the Julesburg Denver line were forced to detour via Cheyenne as a result of wash outs in the South Platte valley near the Roads and crops In the region between Sterling and Sidney were Ralph farmer living two miles south of was helped to higher ground by 50 neighbors when floodwaters surrounded his farm At crews of men fought throughout the night to keep water out of the pulp pits of Great Western Sugar Alfred county worker at said a number of bridges were out in the county but he had been unable to make a complete Hall which accompanied the rain did little damage as most crops in the region had already succumbed t to The known only as Nigger was drowned when he sought refuge in normallydry ver It became a halfmile i wide river in a few i OFISLICNEIEIIERT i Continued From Page voklng the Interstate mail and national banking i bill giving Philippine islands bankruptcy i vlding for adjustment of municipal i and corporation debts through revl sion of the present bankruptcy a bill extending for one i year temporary provisions of federal J deposits Insurance bill and increos ing government guarantee of depos its from to i regular appropriation i administration substi i lute labor resolution aimed at halt 1 ing the threatened steel strike and averting other industrial This was must on President Roosevelts bill to pay compensa lion to widows and children of wn veterans who served before Nov direct loans to Industry bill to finance private credit unions bill per mitting establishment of small co operative savings and loan assocla lion in a specific neighborhood b in a given CHURCH OFFICIAL IS BUTTE VISITOR representative i of the Christian one of the outstanding publications of the Christian arrived in Butt yesterday moining on his way to the state Christian church conven tion that begins In Deer Lodge next Tuesday Clemmer will speak atthe Christian church this morning at the close of the Bible school hour at till 11 at which time he will be compelled to catch tram lo meet an anpolnt ment in the Clemmer resides In and during a great portion of the year attends gatherings and Conventions of the Christian churcl over the At most every Sun day he preaches in church pulpits from coa to coast and from north to MEXICAN CITY HAS DISASTROUS BLAZE PIEDGRAS Mexico June 18 UR Thousands wei made homeless here tonight In th worst fire In the history of th Mexl can The flrsfc started late today an the entire square oppo site the Mnik The Cathol church and the residence of Sent largest the we Panama entertained more tourls jasl year than a jcar Continued From Page 53 Bennett Thomas Bur 3 Precinct 21 West Daly John 135 Vest Daly Tom Butcher own Sidney 119 West Daly Joe 511 West Precinct 420 linah street William 117 5ast Center Francis 165 East Center Henry 964 orth Main John 120 East Precinct 1507 ourtri Mary 314 West taly Tony 320 West Daly largaret 240 West Daly uth 427 Precinct 320 ast Summit Edith 321 Summit James 523 East Summit Teresa 712 orth Wyoming street John Tu North Wyoming Precinct 25 lissoula James 79 Mls oula Michael 105 West acific Alfred 101 West enter Russell 137 West Vest Precinct 426 orth Wyoming Hannah 23 Anaconda Road Edmund East Woolmnn Norah ill orth Wyoming Tom 424 orth Precinct 73B orth Montana Andrew 103 utter Madeline 732 North lontana John 72 North William 129 Mis Precinct Ndey block Mary 18 ast Coppcr John annex William 7 East Broadway Margaret apton Precinct 850 arelda street Eel 931 arelda Tom 842 Hornet Clayton 832 Za Ida Margaret 1025 Hor Precinct G East Granite Nell 8 East Broadway Michael 9 East Broadway Leona Bcrry Dorothy block Tom 6 East Precinct 2 North Montana William 7 North Main Teresa 814 orth Alaska Richard 3 Alaska Richard 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Bow club Robert 23 West ranlte 53 West Park Ray 14 West Quartz Precinct 217 East Iret Joe 1223 Kast Second lelen 1057 South Gnylorcl cronica 1101 East Second Bernice 1229 East Second Precinct Harrington ill North Montana Murray John Nelson hotel Marenret Regan 13 west Broadway William bc Lenoard hotel Fred 210 North Wash Precinct 314 Shields Frank 518 Shields 3at 518 Warren William J 421 Kemper Mary Rut 1409 Precinct 503 Broadway Jnmes North Crystal Donald McGarvev 518 West Granite James Orwell 121J North Cresent Margaret Ma 3 North Precinct II1 East Second William McCavthj 1022 William OBrien 806 Delaware Margaret Mclntcc 91S California Judith 852 South Precinct Laurandeau 630 West Broadway Irvine Me 610 West Granite Emrriet 626 West Broadway Nora 712 West Broadway Mrs George 720 West Broad Precinct 102 South Arizona Patrick Leehan 1034 California Anthony McBride 1038 UtahMorgan Griffiths 104 Oregon Michael 113 Precinct 822 Wcs Broadway Thomas North Excelsior Anna 1 North Alabama Julia Thompsoi 833 West Broadway Marv Hen 816 West Broadway Precinct 1401 Missouri Frank 1323 Iowa Lois 1600 South Gaylord Herbert 1507 asey Matt Segular 1415 Precinct 1030 West Granite 1107 West Al 1146 West Granite Annie Carpen 1118 West Granite Leonard 1021 West Precinct 1815 Texas John 1660 Harrison Minnie 1928 Elm Lee 1601 Precinct 110 South Nellie 323 Dakota Tommy Phoenix ilock Alice 255 Penn Mock Homer Phoenix Precinct 1816 South Arizona Attelo 1875 Harrison Art 1949 arrison Henry 1855 Phillips Loretta 1914 Precinct 217 Kate Dakota Tom 104 Silver Parel 330 Margaret 312 Idaho Precinct 2108 Roberts Florence 2125 Phillips Gertrude 2000 Garrison Alice 2011 Johns Joe 1802 A Precinct 19 Galena Charles 15 Washington Cass 10 Mercury Ray 429 Porphyry Frank IB Precinct 1404 C street 3226 Ken icriy John 3001 Har Ison John 1916 Dewey Be trice 1837 Precinct 502 Park Edna C14 ark Geraldlne 508 Park Cecil 628 Galena Robert C2f B Galena Precinct I13G Jpper East Galena Edward 07 Galena Frank Shea 1105 Morcury Archie 1116 lalena 024 Precinct 1201 Silver Thomas 1034 ark Mary 1015 Sil Martha 1105 ralena Richard 1116 Precinct 42 Meaclervllle Martin 48 Meaderville 125 Meaderville rnest 84 Meaderville nines 126 Wing Mea Precinct 517 lain James 64 Muminum Anna 32 Dakota Nettie 76 Gold Beth 640 Precinct 2115 Oak Peter 2104 Yew ohn 2117 Yew William 2224 LoFaycttc Florence 2200 Oak Precinct Ed Placer 20 Montana Julia 608 Montana Gil Placer Irving 111 Gold Precinct 300 Cherry Dominlck 2307 Hazel Mike 2112 Fir James Fir Sen nle 2117 Precinct PI tzpa i35 South Idaho John ill Idaho Joe 435 daho GIneva 65314 Idnho Fred 663 South Precinct 105 iccust Elsie 310 Pine Pete 2G01 Grand Ton 207 Howard Ruby 223 Precinct 421 lackson Alberta 501 Aluminum Loretta 027 Hark Elizabeth 415 Tra onla William 417 Precinct 1722 Wilson 1909 Wilson John 190G Reynolds Mike 1901 Massachusetts Sylves ter 1044 Precinct 520 Excelsior Walter 1130 Silver Joe 1207 Platinum Martha 296 Steele Ida Precinct 2308 Florence Ella 2620 Har vard Dan 5145 Floral Blvd 2223 Princeton Albert 2519 Precinct 721 Colorado Fritz 1000 S Da kota Mary 828 Colorado 1044 Dakota Nyles 1001 Main Precinct Fitzgerald 3031 White John Manlcy 2923 Keokuk M Griffin Atherton Place Oscar 2846 Wharton Margaret 2935 Goodwin Precinct Burkhard 2301 Colorado Ben 1831 Mon tana Kathleen 3134 Placer Preceinct Carroll 300 Oxford Margaret 1931 s Montana Francis 915 s John 1820 S Washington William Craddock Precinct 58 Stephen Crosbv Clara Rocker Jahn Mont Precinct Shannon Browns Sil Cnsngranda Browns Gulch Dan Piazzola Browns Precinct 60John Enrlght Silver Bow Peter Silver Bow Emma Silver Bow Precinct 61Martln Five Mile House Joe Mountain View Cemetery Joe McDonald Box Precinct Di Andrew Divide Divide Precinct IVfel rose Prank Melrose El mer Busings In general In New Zea land continues to BITES PLfllED Continued Prom tains the bodies of Clarks first who died 30 years and of his second who died a lew years and his only lark killed in a plane crash in Arizona several years Clarks body arrived here Lake Friday night and was taken the Clark home on Granite where during yesterday hundreds of friends called pay their last Last night t was sent In a private car on the Jnlon Pacific to Los where t will be kept at the family home until the cervices are 1 Accompanying Accompanying the body south were Judge Sidney Clarks cgal adviser and a former Butte attorney his secre ary George Leslie manager if the Los AngelesPhilharmonic or chestra sponsored by Clark Los Angeles attorney or the Clark Interests Alex John of and Judge associated for many with the Clark Clarks death was sudden and ame as a great shock to his He arrived here Tuesday night from IDS Angeles with a party of close associates and left Wednesday aft ernoon for Ills summer 45 miles north of intending o spend the summer The ong trip Is believed to have weak ened him and brought on the heart attack from which he To Draft The Silver Bow County Bar asso ciation will craft resolutions of re gret on his It was decided at a meeting of the association this morning in the Pred Judge ohn Maury and Poore were named a committee o draw up the Clark was a member of the bar associa lon for several years alter his grad uation from Virginia university more than a quarter of a century ALCAZAR HOTEL Chicago Convenient to the Worlds Fair ROOM AND PRIVATE BATH 3000 WathlTixfton Wrllc Tor Jt Wotldi Fair fluids HCTOR KILLED IN Continued From Page save The truck was a piece of twisted wood and metal In vhlch Skelly and Miss Bell were crushed The actor wns taken to Wal kers office and the physician made vain efforts to revive Ills faltering Miss Bell was taken to Tprrtngton 12 miles where her Injuries were described as Hal Skelly was a typical Broadway He stnrted his career in the circus at the age of He was born in His first job on the was at the La Salle when he was Known as Tumbling Harold he played in musical burlesque and medicine His rreat success was as Skid In In which he played the part of a goodfornothing hoofer with a heart of So perfect was his characterization that Para mount Pictures took him to Holly wood to play tho part in the screen although he had never plnyecl In pictures A 73yearold woman In Hungary was granted a divorce from her dead husband because it was his wish Hint his tombstone should not r her Banks of Jamaica report that many old debts are being TO BE PLACED ON INDIAN BITTIEFIELD Continued Prom Page In dedicating and the tablet on this hallowed spot to morrow the services will be under the direction of Dll lavou of state regent of the Daughters of the American with the main address by Ben Billings at To Dedicate Charles Basmusson of slate chatrmon of historical will present the tablet and dedicate while Robert Hardin newspaper will accept on behalf of Big Horn On l is inscribed In grateful recognition of the valor and sacrifice of the soldiers killed In an fought on these grounds between United States forces under General George and Sioux and Cheyenne Indians under Chief Crazy Here are the members of the Crook command who fell David Anton Wil liam Richard Brooke Eugene Allen George Gilbert LODGES TO HOLD RITES Continued From Page Edith Margaret Bord Selina Ber tha Conway and Sarah Wood Members who have died during She last year and the circle to which they belonged follow Lotta Hemlock Margaret Kate Kathleen John Butte Julia Mc Elvira Eva Delia Phoebe Rosina Stu art and John Silver Seltna Emma Kate Hageman and Sophia Bally Mon tana Mary Sophia Hicks and Delia Sul Senators Push Private Legislation to Prevent Continued From Page measure of cooperation truly com mendable and it is to be regretted that personal feelings should be vented in debateto the discredit of those who yielded to those impulses and to the Impairment of the dig nity and reputation of the It Is Impossible to conduct pub lic business under conditions such as those which have arisen House Follows Thereupon he put the motion for a recess until noon A few minutes later a similar motion was put in the house by Representative Burns of the democratic Many of them already had pur chased tickets and made railwav reservations in the hope of leaving for their homes At the time ot the worV had been completed on the loans to industry on the labor dispute arbitration the housing program was in conference between house and and the deficiency appropriation bill lacked but senate approval of a conference report to send It to the White GRAZING BILL June Legislative action was completed to day on the Taylor grazing bill to es tablish interior department control over the hitherto unregulated public consisting of acres of ranee lands in 11 western A conference between house and senate manageis of the bill reported modifications ot two provisions In the act which had been found ob jectionable by the The report was accepted by the senate and then by the house without de South Africa will assist private S A T I8F A C TION OR MONEY REFUNDED 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