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Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - August 7, 1935, Butte, Montana METAL P R I Copper Xc 67V Zinc 4 35c New York iHoutau tan barb HOME EDITION The Standard carries the most extensive telegraph news wrvlco In ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY AUGUST PHONE PRICE FIVE 300 BATTLE SEASONS WORST TIMBER FIRE Senate Leaders Will Outlaw Riders in Effort to Speed Tax Bill Passage Inflationist Opposition Rumblings Result From Debate Choking Moves of the Hill HESIS FUH Will Not but Full Discussion to Be Carried On by Idahoan on Farm Finance Senate administration forces agreed today upon an effort to outlaw riders to the wealthtax bill and to speed adjournment by resort to debatechoking The decision announced by Sen ator the democratic lead apparently cast the bonus issue as the curtainraiser for next Janu arys session and started rumblings of opposition among senate infla said no when asked about a fili but said there may be full Quickly after the democratic a noninflationary bonus payment bill was Introduced by Senators and Pro viding for payment of not less than 96 per cent of the value of the cer tificates in cash and designed for consideration next its bi partisan authorship Indicated some republican cooperation in keeping the bonus out of the tax Inflationists Robinsons statement was deter mined upon at a joint meeting of the democratic steering and policy held while a treasury spokesman was suggesting that tax evasions by the rich be stopped and a greater portion of the tax burden shifted to the properties class who are most able to Although conceding privately they had little chance of silver and farm debt refinancing inflation groups headed for a down town meeting tonight to determine their opposition The meeting broke up after a par ley of several hours with an an nouncement by Senator that a com mittee would confer with adminis tration forces on the bonus ques Thomas said while he could speak only for he doubted whether an attempt would be made to attach a bonus rider to the tux Senator Robinsons statement to that the bonus would be brought up early in January is a big he I think the bonus matter is as good as settled right The boys may not get their money in the next few and it hasnt been determined how the payment will be but they are going to get it To a question as to whether the FrazierLemke bill would be brought Thomas said Thats another The plan the conferees took to the meeting with them contemplated of fering as riders the bonus and the Frazier Lemke farm Senator republican said there would be a gen eral disposition on the minority side to expedite the tax bill and still predicted an adjournment could be had by August advocate of both the Pat Continued on Page Support Found in Various Sections for Lindbergh as Presidential Timber progressive warning that republican liberals must be brought Into party councils lor success in 1936 drew a suggestion today from Senator that they should not go cavorting around with new deal Senator South was author of the statement on which Hastings com mented in a day which included an announcement by Robert Lucas that he had found support in vari ous sections for Charles Lind bergh as the republican presidential nominee next But the flyer would not attain the constitutional age limit of 35 until four mouths after election time and a month after in former execu tive director of the republican na tional has been sound ing out sentiment for various sug gested Norbeck said today hi an inter view that the republican party must offer something more than Charles criticisms of Roosevelt and the scare about losing the NEW Charles Lindbergh could not be reached tonight for comment on Washington dispatches that he has gained support in some sections as republican presidential nominee next WILBUR PIONEER AND SON OF FAMED MONTANA TRAIL DIES ON COAST Prominent Mining Man Is Dead at Berkeley Home Author of Noted Book on Mine Timber Subject Wilbur Edgerton son of the late Colonel Wilbur Fisk probably Mon tanas most famous died early yesterday morning at his home in where he had been making his home for the last 14 Sanders death came after a brief News of his passing was received by his taln 1104 West Broad Wilbur Edgerton Sanders was born at August At the age of two years he accompanied his parents and broth the late James over the plains in a covered wagon drawn by a bull The family first settled at Ban later became the first capital of the Two years later the family moved to Virginia City and in 1868 Helena became the family Educated in After completing his elementary education in the schools of the Sanders attended Phillips Exe ter Academy at where he prepared for a career of a min ing He graduated from the Columbia university school of mines with the class of 1885 and then returned to Butte where he established a home and followed his profession for many During his career as a mining expert he and examined numerous properties in all of the Northwestern British Califor nia and other Lived in Sanders left Butte 14 years ago to establish a home in where he had many mining Prior to his death he had been supervising work in mines on the Mother He married in Early in his career Sanders made a specialty of timbering mines and was the author of Mine Tim an illustrated text book for practical He also wrote numerous other articles on mining that received wide Continued on Page MINING HIGHWAY PROGRAM IS BEFORE HOPKINS IN BUTTE Actual Work May Get Un der Way by August Director of Plans With WPA projects beginning to find their way to Helena in rapidly increasing there is a strong possibility that actual work on some of the security payment measures may get under way by according to Mac Millan of state director of projects and who was in Butte yesterday to confer with Tom district Because of the detailed technicali ties of all project the progress of the proposed works is necessarily MacMillan ex Projects must be prepared by and much of the delay has been in outlining the proper forms by school boards and other sponsoring Continued on Page Emergency Council Gives Representative 0 I for work relief funds for Approval to Project Of j the construction of roads into mii MJ i in8 claims through national forest BUUdlllg KoadS to Help was rejected on the ground Industry Through il should have bKn flkd by lhe proposed mining road pro which has the approval of the national emergency today was before Harry fed eral works progress The original filed by agriculture department through the forest said today that the amend ed sponsored by the forest service with approval of api culture department had been placed on Hopkins desk after receiving the sanction of the na tional emergency MONTANA MAN FOUND SLAIN IN OREGON The slashed body of a 25yearold youth from was found today In a subcellar of an abandoned house one mile west of apparently the victim of a A drivers license gave his name as but the first name on the card was Prank owner of the ranch and the unused residence in which the body was observed an automobile parked in front of the house a eek When he saw that the car was still there he notified state Officers entered and saw that blood was spattered on floors and They entered the subcellar and found the horribly hacked body covered by bloody BREWERY here tonight feared the man found murdered in may have been David a former worker in a local brewery and well known Hamm left for last A former student at Montana State college at Hamm and his family came to from Fort Benton in WEATHER Montana CJenerally fair Wednesday and Thursday lit tle change in REPUBLICAN HAS LEAD IN RHODE ISLAND VOTE Candidate on Repudiate Roosevelt Platform Is Ahead in Election MISSISSIPPI RACE CLOSE AND LIVELY Longs Influence Sup posed to Be Factor None Claim His Support 1 early today Is sued a statement as Ills lead over Antonio demo swelled to seemingly Insur mountable proportions In the special First district congressional By the Associated Press A republican who cam paigned vehemently on a re pudiate Roosevelt platform clung to a steady lead over a pronew deal democrat last night in Rhode Islands spe cial congressional In what was widely heralded as the first ballot box of the pres idents popularity since last Novem Charles expanded his advantage over State Treasurer Antonio demo as the half way point was passed in the vote Seeking a house seat vacated by a democratic congressman who was named to the Rhode Island supreme Risk led Prince by to with 60 of the 112 pre cincts The fashionable resort of New installed a republican Henry by more than Continued on Page Fight Details for Fans Here This Evening Butte fight fans will get the blowbyblow de tails on the Joe Louis KingLevinsky 10round heavyweight fight in Chi cago tonight as the blows are The Montana Standard will relay every move in the big scrap to the crowd in front of the Stand ard building on West The su per broadcasting system of the Pioneer Radio and Refrigeration Service will be through the courtesy of Frank The fight will start be tween and 8 Butte with prelimi nary results and added color to precede for fans at the Volunteers Needed to Get Signers on Gin Law Petitions Two more fugitives from Mon tanas gin marriage law found hap piness through the ministrations of Probate Judge William Patt of newly famed Clark county marrying early yes They were Miss Muriel 4H Chestnut and Ray mond Zlermnn of the same Frustrated In Montana by this states insurmountable obstacles to the they joined the fastgrow ing Oretna Green parade nnd were wed by Judge Patt at 2 oclock In Their witnesses were Bruce Evans and Iva Brogan of Licenses to wed also were Issued at Dubois yesterday by Clerk of the Court Ben Thomas to Richard Brand of Dillon and Mary Maddox of ST STORMS HICE B SIZE DE KANSAS A huge nearly the size of the state of was disclosed today by federal survey to have been laid waste by past dust storms and more constant water MORE MEN CALLED BY ITALY Premier Mussolinis long awaited com munique Number Nine called 000 additional men to the Italian colors boosted the total num ber of men under arms or in train ing to and seemed to con firm reports that his objective ifl a million men in uniform by ADDIS expect Italy to attack within month and we are Emperor Halle Selassie I said In an exclusive interview ONE KILLED IN BREST WAGE RIOTS Disorders precipitated by rioting arsenal workers protesting wage cute subsided by midnight leav ing In their wake one workman dead and 20 persons six of them Those hospitalized Included 13 five mobile guards and two POST AND ROGERS WAIT GOOD WEATHER Wiley Post and Will veteran flyer and airplane idled here today In good weather while bad weather was reported from the Gulf of delaying their northward Painters Fly Through Air With Greatest Ease as a Swinging Scaffold Falls Seriousness of M a r r i a g e Situation in State Is Stressed by at Head of Local Campaign Wanted at volun teers to circulate petitions for a referendum on the gin mar riage This was the urgent call Is sued yesterday from the Butte Chamber of which has Joined the Association for Referendum of Gin Marriage law In a concentrated state wide campaign to bring to an end Montanas deplorable matrimonial Although scores of citizens called at the chamber headquarters yes terday to secure petitions for circu an estimated total of 500 solicitors will be needed to secure the required number of names with in the limited lime All pe titions are to be turned over next week to the county clerk and re corder so that names of signers may be checked and the lists sent to the secretary of state by August Situation Chamber leaders yesterday were deeply earnest about the call for more volunteers to help remedy n most serious That the marriage status of this state passed far beyond the humorous point nnd become a critical Issue Is becoming more evident What will hapiren If the motion for a referendum Is Inadequately supported and the present Betup remains effective until the next leg islative session This Is a question which has set Monlanans to thoughtful No If conditions slay as they for the next two years it will remain virtually impossible to secure a mar riage license or to become legally married In this Discourage ment of marriage may have far reaching cffecU upon the mora outlook of men and The Continued on Page II BIO FOR Senator Calls Attention to Natural Advantages for Training of Air Three daring young mm took to flying thereby saved their necks yesterday mom ing in a thrilling ncaracddcnt at the Patrick parochial school at Park and WashinRton They are Bill foreman Charles and Homer Gay painters engaged in giving the school building a sllok new roat of Standing on a lonf ladder sus pended between Hirer of the three men were busily wielding their brushes on the upper second story about 50 feet above he hardpacked upper corner Washington street yard or the when a rope gave was a crash as the lad der splintered and dropped to the Paint buckets and brushes went Coolheaded in the the men grabbed the ropes and dangled over the yard above an iron As soon as the clatter they slid I set up a new ropeandboard scaffolding and resumed their j Foreman Hanson Its j all In the days may be in line for one or more army air bases to be created under the provisions of the recently enacted Wilcox In presenting the claims of Mon tana for recognition under the pro jected Senator James Murray now before Secretary of War bern a letter detailing the natural advantages for training of fered in the Treasure Senator Murray called the atten tion of the war department to the imperative need of training pilots for mountain and to the vast number of secluded mountain areas east of the main many on government which could serve as advantageous The bill provides for regional air specifying that one such should be In the Rocky Mountain has been estimated at and Is expected to be appropriated from the workrelief At the of Senator Murray several Montana cities have taken steps to call attention to available sites in the state for an army air base Senator Murrays letter declared that While as every other na I lional have a dc I I Continued on Page Heads Pioneer Group GEORGE As president of tho Sons and Daughters of Montana of will pre side at the state convention of the order in Anaconda this The Montana Society of Pioneers will be In session at the same Daughters to Hold Session at Same Time as Montana Trail Blazers Montana pioneers will follow trails leading from all parts of the state Into Anaconda this week to pitch their fiftyfirst The annual convention of tho Society of Mon tana pioneers will open Thursday and close Saturday Sessions of the Sons and Daugh ters of Montana Pioneers will be held at the same George president of the Sons and Daughters has arrived to assist the local Continued on Page euro TO which at one time boasted more than 100 members in the So ciety of Montana will have only two representatives at the soci etys annual convention which opens tomorrow at Continued on Page Scores of Reenforcements Taken 45 Miles by Truck Are Forced to March Additional 25 For Second Successive Day No New Fires Reported in Montana Region Forces Are Consolidated some of the most scenic and Inaccessible wil derness of the Rocky Moun 300 men today were bat tling one of the worst timber fires of the season In while scores of reenforce ments were marching over rugged terrain to the fighting lines In the Challls and Pay ette national The blaze is raging on the mid dle fork of the Salmon river ap proximately 70 miles cast of here and Is in some of the most rugged country In this supervisor of the Payette national 25Mile Observers who flew over the Ing area tctoay estimated that the fire had swept over acres in the Challls forest and acres in the In addition to the 300 men already at the scene of the 300 more were transported by truck 45 miles today and began a 25mile hike to the blazing The fire Is burning in yellow lodge poles and Prospects of controlling It befora It has swept over additional thou sands of acres of land arc not good because of the natural difficulties caused by the mountainous Elce Fire on Dunn A CCC detachment of 25 workers was engaged last night in quelling a forest fire in the region of Dunn creek on the state The believed to have been caused by human was re ported yesterday afternoon to Ranger in charge of suppression Complete details concerning th9 blaze were not immediately avail able last night and the absence oC reports Indicated that no difficulty has been encountered by fire fight The report of the fire was relayed to supervisor of the Deer Lodge National Continued on Page FIVE MEN KILLED AS TRAIN CRASHES THROUGH TRESTLE Five men were killed today when a locomotive and two freight cars crashed through a weakened trestle and dropped 110 feet into a canyon in the rugged timber country west of The dead of engineer scalded to brake bridge Fronk was a member of a crew of three workmen engaged in re pairing the The other Carl Reamy of Hillsboro and John Strawn of were Reamy The bodies of the dead men were said to have been buried under under two carloads of gravel that crashed into the can yon with the The made up entirely of freight was bound westward from Portland to WESTERN MONTANA LAMBS BRING TOP ON MARKET General Asking Price in States Given at With Older Stock Moving at Figure Slightly nnd Iamb contract reports for Montana and Wyoming announced by the Denver bureau of the United States department of agriculture today showed bulk feeder lambs in western Montana bringing to last week and general bids of for such lambs in The general asking price in Mon tana was listed at or above for with reports indicating sev eral thousand yearlings and two yearold whiteface ewes moving at to per Ewe lambs were reported slow to be contracted with the asking price at per hundred Ranges over most of continue the bureau but in the southeastern portion local 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