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   Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - July 21, 1935, Butte, Montana                                CONSTITUTION ISSUE ASSUMES GROWING IMPORTANCE METAL P R 53498 Lead New York Montan tanb arb HOME EDITION The Standard carries the most extensive telegnph news service In ESTABLISHED SUNDAY JULY PHONE PRICE FIVE MOTHER TOSSES CHILDREN IN RIVER THREE DIE Roosevelt Tax Maneuver Now Appears Strategy to Get New Deal Bills Passed Early Adjournment Bloc Thoroughly Discouraged by Presence of and Other Work KINTJETS HT Leaders Making Steady Progress Toward Clear ing Congressional Calen dar of Must July 20 President Roosevelts surprise taxtherlch maneu ver appeared tonight to be the mainspring of White House strategy for compelling con gress to enact the new deal must legislative program before deserting this hot Whether congress will vote new taxes before adjournment remains to be although the odds seem to be with Roosevelt and his demand for immediate But mere presence of the tax proposal on capitol hill has so discouraged the earlyadjournment bloc that the danger of a bolt home before other bills are disposed of has almost Make Democratic leaders are making steady progress toward clearing the calendar of the bills on which Roosevelt is most tinder cover of the excitement over the proposed tax ad ministration leaders were bearing down quietly all along the line to put other legislation in the form desired by the If congress had rushed into an earlier adjournment much of this would have been Continued on Page SERVICE WILL July recreational map of Montana is be ing brought up to date and re printed for the National Parks serv ice and will be submitted to officials In by August it was announced today by assistant Request for the new map was re ceived by from the office of Governor Frank The colored map will show all national national military national historical monu national nation al military battlefield national national Indian na tions state public camp state forests and state monuments and When approved and the map will be distributed by the Na tional Parks Ferguson READY FOR FIRST AID MEET TODAY CAPTAINS OP TEAMS AND Crack firstaid teams from Butte mines will compete for the local championship at Clark park thb afternoon after weeks of Many men who have appeared in national championships will bo seen in In the picture from left to right are chairman of the Anaconda company bureau of safety senior safety bureau of mines representative of mines safety appliances Baker and Middle Charlie Walter Ernest Charles Duffy and Back Hanford Walter Ted Leonard Joseph Pagliero and Louis FIRST AID MEET SET FOR TODAY TE1M5H C1PEJE FIRST TI NEW TRIFLE DIZZY AS RESULT OF SEABURY GETS READY FOR ANOTHER ONE Former Attorney All Set to Start Investiga tion of Vice Conditions Under Mayor NEW July Still a trifle dizzy from the Seabury Father Knick erbocker was getting a good grip on the handrails tonight for another ride on the roller coaster of This time Thomas 33 yearold former Dnited states attor will be at the controls and there is no telling how deep the dips will who had considerable experience with New York rack sent Waxey Gordon to jail on income tax whipping his organization together for a twoyear Unlike the Seabury which was ordered by the state leg islature and which reacted a climax manager o f vrith the resignation of Mayor James this is a municipal Political it is a a was appointed special prosecutor by Tammany Dis LOW BOLT KILLS FOUR IT Bathers Victims of Elec trical Storm Heat Con tinues to Blanket the virtual order of Herbert a nonTammany to investigate conditions under a fusionrepublican La It has been evident that Tam many which lost th3 mayoralty j for the first time in 17 years after the Seabury investigations but still Continued on Page BUTTE DEMOCRATIC GROUPS PLAN FESTIVITIES AUGUST 4 NEW July A bolt of lightning flashed down on crowded Brighton Beach this after killing four bathers and ren dering four more Those killed were Joseph Joseph his Barnett and Martin all of They were killed in a sudden storm which drenched the city with seventenths of an Inch of rain in less than 20 minutes and sent the mercury dropping from 90 degrees at to 71 at 4 The which adjoins the Coney Island black Contest Will Be Held Fol lowing Ball Game at Clark Park This Revived after a fouryear the annual firstaid contest of the Anaconda Copper Mining to be held at Clark park Pt 3 oclock this will be welcomed by hundreds of Butte residents who realize the great value of such com The contest will follow immedi ately upon the conclusion of the Butte FreeboumsEast Helena base ball game at the ball The en trance gates will be thrown open after the game for free admission of the public to the John chairman of the bu reau of Especial interest attaches to the revival because Butte so often in the has produced firstaid crews which have gone on to win national and International honors in other Although first Continued on Page New Deal Is Willing to Take Issue Economic SelfGovern ment Seen as 36 Following Wallace Talk Politicians Are July The projected constitution 1 is sue assumed formidablr promi nence in political calculations over the New deal readiness in Imttlc on If iifffssary to perpetuate jwti rles of the past two became virtually unquestioned in view of current Economic sclfpovermnent emerged as a possible slogan In should additional basic Roosevelt enactments inert the doom of The phrase WHS used by Secre tary just after the AAA and the TVA Imd lost and won respectively in appeals in a Seattle speech attesting the depth of administration Problems Many economic problems nrc he lip pro ceeded to the broad question much in the same manner as did President Roosevelt in the cele brated and buRgy slase press conference Do federal powers extend to solution of national Modal and economic problems Wall nor did For the first time by no high an he showed the new deal wants wide debates on the issue beingdrawn without waiting on supreme court that it does not hold the Continued on PQRP More Couples Go to Idaho Gretna Green Two more couples traveled the Gretna Green trail to while In Uutte the report was current that some physicians were preparing to sign health certificates of freedom from communicable diseases with the to the best of my knowledge and Of several doctors none was willing to sifrn even with this qualification until further legal advice had been Shortly after midnight Clerk of the District Court Thomas of was roused out of bed to issue a marriage license to Miss Evelyn 237 South Colo rado and James both of At oclock In the with Thomas and Frank Hammond of Butle as Probate Judge William Clark county marrying performed the wedding In teh afternoon at 3 oclock Continued on Page trict Attorney William Dodge at with crowds seeking relief from tn sultry heat when the sky blackened and the heavy storm broke Harris and his who had been in the were running for the sand when a bolt struck Six of the others hit were apparently victims of the same series of In the city proper the wind and driving rain halted shattered windows and knocked tile cornice off an apartment Lightning started a fire in another The weather cleared how and it was Governor C o o n e y and at Gregson hot springs August 4 to surpass all such festivities previ Other State Officials hew Tom state president of Are Among the Invited j the Young has issued T i imitations to all county organiza IGF the itions to and a large outside representation is The tentative in addition to i the will include a baseball game between the Young Democrats and the Highlander horseback a general picnic outing in the a Tne joint picnic plans resulted when a committee from the Young With Governor Frank State Treasurer James Brett and a representative of the national ad ministration at amone the invited and with a prospective attendance of the Young Demo crate and the South Side Demo crats are preparing a Joint picnic HEAT By United Prssi A sultry blanket of heat closed down over sections of America Sat causing extensive sufrinz and tremendous loss of Survey of the showed the death toll attributed dii rectly and indirectly to the heat is Temperatures Irom the Atlantic In the Mississippi generally were in In spots the backbone o the smothering heat was broken by Continued on Pag Continued on Page I WEATHER Montana Generally fair I Sunday and Monday little change in Un settled southeast July Third Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Eilenberjer tonight Is sued a formal warning to all post telling them to beware of parents of newborn The habies themselves are all right and Eilenherger likes What he doesnt like Is the way the little darlings mothers cheat the postoffice department out of hardearned Nearly every timp a babs mother mails a fes tooned with to all her Barring parpntal argu the card announces the lit tle sweethearts The mother fixes up all the no tices in the envelopes and hands em over to the father who pastes onecent stamps on what burns Ellenbereer The father ought to paste fin three cent The list mounted up to a ehcoreti ral total of in IJ13I Thats why Kilenhergei penned hfs It detailed the twocent crimes of proud told the postmasters to collect three cenfs Instead of one or and closed with these stirring words Postmasters should carefully watch mailings of this which are usually in small siTnd to see that the proper rate of postage is prepaid Officials laughed off charges that leh postofffce department was a babytaxing or They said it wasnt the money i though that is bu Ihe principle of the A onecent stamp where a three rent stamp ought to be is against the law and nets a bad example for oncoming Not only are parents boasting about their offspring by mail for a third of what they ought to but theyre doing U with envelopes of tricky and shape that they wont run through the can celling That makes for a lot of hand labor which eatj further into the Kelley Strikes Key note in Discussion of Financial Problems of 81 a e and Urges Sanctity of Govern ment Promises Election and Banquet Mark Final Sessions of By Stuff GLACIER July Discussion of banking and fi nancial slntc and adoption of a new and election of officers occupied members of the Montana Bankers asso ciation at the formal sessions of their annual convention here Striking the key note for the deliberative phase of the president of the Anu conda Mining and principal speaker of the morning told the bankers that America stands at the cross and the nation must choose one of two To the the speaker In practice ihnl has al ready been and The other he leads to to an Indcnv or ti live with In notional to the rebuilding of Industry along lines that have made our country Maurice cashier of UIB Door Lodge Bank te company Continued on Page Ij 287 Miles of High ways Have Been Graded and Surfaced to Jailed in Berlin BY NAZIS Wood nbovc of New midshipman on the battle ship WHS when he figured In a fist fight during the nullJewish riots In Berlin and fined 50 spending a nlRlil In cAssoclnted Press Photo Mans Indicated to Speed Works Progress Task in This and Other Proud Parents Penny PinchingyBaby Taxingl Department Insinuates A total of 287 mile of roads and streets have graded and surfaced to according to report complied yesterday by Jack county In the of all olld roads in the county have been and arc now In firstclass the report Supplementary to the road repair the fcurvevor nv culverts have becn old culverts have re ducing to a minimum the destruction of roads by fuirc flood and storm thcountys syscin of in Due to the fi aiiial coiililion of the under his Hcaiy MatTl county have Ill for a of weeks and no havf i cmployd ohcr an url a orfrw I of operator for ihc Kraiin ma In addition joyilar Halv In lias compiled and filed with Hie PWA officials j Helena a program on city j for which h has asked for federal Tills activity reJ quired more han a months to flic petition fr Klncli to augment the fund o noo now available prcfnted formal July Ifi at and th matter is under While waiting for a Healy is mapping out the summer work July W Senatorial resentment was nrouscd today over reports the administra tion would Insist on confirmation of four or five state works progress ad ministrators regardless of In some Instances It was under stood the administration may even ffo to the extent of avoiding such tests by transferring the nominees to other salary rolls or reducing their pay Senator Mon who Is opposing the nomina tion of Ray Hart as administrator for his state on the ground has done a lot of foolish things imd mny be a candidate for gover nor on the republican said any effort to dodire senate confir mation would be a subterfuge and a wronK that should not be tole The men ought to come squarely before the he for i acceptance or rejection on their That tlio administration miKlit be cniLsldcrlng the strategy of avoiding j I floor lights wnx indicted In a rej port that Witcher McColloutjh i i would be retained administrator j j j Continued on Pane FOUND DEAD IN MONTANA WOODS July I grandson of the jafe Nells of promi neii Pacific Northwest lumber op ami In charge of the Neils Lumber company camp nt Echo lake nctr died in the forests near th camp late The Fathead county coroner re ported death was the result of jKitural either heart attack or cercbrsl Canadian Woman Placed Under Arrest 14Year Old Swimmer Saves One Another Swims CilLSMTB Apparently Crazed by 14YearOld Girl Slashes Boys Throat With Knife Father Finds July children of and Guy Wallace were thrown Into the Scugog river tonight and three wers drowned before rescuers could reach the Police placed the mother of children under They an nounced she was being held tem porarily under a vagrancy The drowned children were Cath 9 and 1 and Three of the children were drag Red from the water by Clarence Mc who was swimming 160 yards from where the screaming children were thrashing about in the but he were when he reached according to crawled up on the river bank and ran to home Young McQee dived and pulled out Catherine and taut only Mary was alive when ha brought them to the GIRL KILLS July mountainside tragedy catna to light here today with the an nouncement by county officials that 14yearold Hattle Irene Hayden had confessed slaying her Thomas James nine years while they were picking Continued on Page TJ BE July Notice of active opposition of some Texas democrats against renomtoa tion of President Roosevelt in 1936 was posted tonight by Joe Bailey ousted executive secre tary of the Young Democrats of Crockett city attorney and member of a group of young democrats who object to the entry of Elliott son of the into Texas an nounced plans to form a states rights bloc of the Elliott Roosevelt is vicepresident of the Young Democrats of Humphreys charged that the dem ocratic patty had been betrayed and doublecrossed by the present national He said the purpose of the new group would be to defeat the renomination of President NEGOTIATIONS TO PREVENT AFRICAN WAR IN DEADLOCK Mussolinis Demand for Overlordship of Ethiopia and Britains Refusal Prevent July refusal to accept anything less than i blanket lonrlshlp of Ethiopia and Britains refusal to recognize Prem ier Benito Mussolinis for complete political domination of Emperor Halle Selassies empire to day stalemated diplomatic negotia tions to avert war in East Britain recognizes Italys need for but declines to agree to an Italian protectorate over iSthiopia in advance of the scheduled interven tion deliberations of the League of Nations The AngloItalian deadlock ter minated tripartite diplomatic con versations in Paris and With Italy eager to negotiate only on the basis of the IMS threepower treaty concerning Ethiopia and Britain Insisting possible settlements must be based tlso on the Kellogg Continued on Page   

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