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Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - October 7, 1935, Butte, Montana ITALIANS CONTINUE ADVANCE AFTER BLOODY FIGHTING METAL P R ES JHontau tanbarb HOME EDITION The Standard carries the most extensive telegraph news service In ESTABLISHED MONDAY OCTOBER PHONK PRICE FIVE PROMINENT BUTTE MAN IS KNIFED TO DEATH Chicago Cubs Come Snarling Backto Defeat Tigers in Fifth Series Contest COSILY AMERICANS WARNED Warneke Forced to Leave Game After Blanking De troiters for Six Innings With Only Three FIST PUTJM NINTH Sensational Catch of Pop Foul in Final Frame Ends Tilt and Staves Off Serious Bengal WRIGLEY Chicago Cubs came fighting back to whip the Detroit Tigers 3 to in the fifth game of the world series but it was a costly vic The National league lost Lonnie their ace and still have only a longshot chance to keep the Ben gals from capturing the1 biggest money prize in the history of base balls blue ribbon The scene shifts to Detroit for the sixth game tomorrow with the Tigers leading 3 games to and in need of only one more conquest to win the world series for the first Last Play a Thriller Warneke pulled a muscle in his pitching shoulder and was forced to leave the game after blanking the Tigers for six Innings with three hits and outpitchlng his Arkansas OFF ITALIAN SHIPS FIRST GREAT BATTLE DUE IN FORTNIGHT By by United rressl WITH THE ETHIOPIAN ARMY AT Via Dji first great battle of the ItaloEthiopian war prob ably will be fought within a fortnight along a mountain line In central Ogaden prov ince south of the town of Indications early today were that upwards of men will be Ethiopia will have massed more than men along the front by Wednesday to oppose Italian columns under Ro dolpho The Ethiopians estimate the Italian strength at about advancing along three routes from bases In Italian So The Ethiopians have been falling back for three days and have bandoned Gerlogubi and other towns near the Italian They plan no major action until the Italians reach their mountain I returned to Harar Saturday morning to find the city In a fer ment following an official procla mation that all troops operating in this area must proceed to where Ethiopian forces were mass ing preparatory to a determined stand to prevent the Italians from penetrating beyond central Ogaden Roosevelt Proclamation Sets Important Precedent as Well as Commercial Must Be at Risk of Citizens President Warns Step Would Help Maintain Neutrality in Case of War Spreading Through Imposing League Roosevelt issued a proclamation today warning Americans that they travel on vessels of warring Italy and Ethiopia at their own Tills new step designed to guaran ee American neutrality was auth orized by the neutrality It reinforced Roosevelts procla mation last night clamping an em jargo on munitions shipments to Italy and Ethiopia and warning Americans that they engaged in any transactions with those na tions at their own Since Ethiopia has no merchant todays proclamation for practical purposes applies only to His designed to help build an impregnable guard around this nations marked an unprecedented depart ure from policies of World war days when this insisted up Lynwood Schoolboy for the second The lanky Cub Thousands on The proclamation Issued by Djazmatch Nassibou states the con centration at Jijiga must be com pleted within five when Nas sibou personally will proceed to Jijiga to establish field headquart ers and direct operations designed to drive the Gen Graziani out of The proclamation was read in Continued on Page HILIIII THUS LIFE IN ADDIS fred Courtney correspondent for the Chicago died today of Barber succumbed to a combina tion of malaria and influ of Los the attending held a con sultation today with three of the best American and foreign but the correspondent died within a few Barber contracted tertian malaria during a fortnight in the Ogaden where he photographed the Great Maskal marking the end of the rainy The rains of those days are believed to have aggravated his Wilfred whose death in Addis Ababa wa reported here was 31 and lived in New He had been a Paris correspondent of the Chicago Tribune since He went to Ad dis Ababa in one of the first American correspondents to arrive Friends said he went to his death Continued on Page Trio Seriously Hurt in Crash Three residents of the Georgetown lake district were seriously injurec tonight when their car plunged 8f feet down the Flint creek highway Those In the car were Axel Carl William Martin and Leonf The accident occurred at th first of the old horseshoe turns on the Flint creek Passing mo torists brought the victims to Ana where they are patients at Anns All three were said to be seriously ENGLISH OPPOSED TO LEAGUE SANCTIONS on the right of a neutrals citizens and commerce to freedom of the Roosevelt took the leader ship among world powers in offi cially stating that a war now un happily exists between Ethiopia and the kingdom of After quoting the authority given him in the neutrality the chief ex ecutive added Refrain From Travel Whereas I find that the pro tection of the lives of citizens of Continued on Page PLANE FEARED FORCED DOWN IN SALT LAKE SALT LAKE A 14passenger Douglas transport plane carrying three California men and last reported early today was sought today by a fleet of eight airplanes from the local airport as fears grew that the trio had gone to their death in the brine of Great ITfilY LEfiCUE REPORT SlflTUS Future Action Undeter mined Unofficial Finan cial Pressure Is League of Nations cannot order the Suez canal closed to Italian a group of French jurists reported to the Suez company The Suez signed by nine governments at Constanti nople on provides specifically that the canal can neither be closed any nation nor This convention was ratified by the Versailles the jurists and therefore remains in Invaders in Key Position at A dig rat Occupation of Aft er Several Days Declared Largely of Sentimental By the Associated Press Aduwa has and the flag of Italy flies over the ruins of This wns the Sunday story from the war in There were n u m e r o u s deaths on both report ed Has commanding Emperor Haile Selassies black warriors in the AduwaAdl grat A report to London spoke of belching Italian machine guns and terrible The this report claim more than were mowed down before the way to Aduwa was Thus military campaign which President Roosevelt has called war and wlildi Italy has described as police which Ethiopia Insists is marked Us first Sabbath tind its fourth Committee At Geneva the committee six of the League of Nations com pleted Its Its contents are secret but the Indications are that the report Italy as the What action the league may take upon Ethiopias demand for the invoking of immediate military naval and air sanctions remains to be An urgent session of the league assembly has been called for The council meets today to consider the report of the committee of Prance Is cool toward sanctions but the great Heel of Britain rides Continued on Page League of Nations council committee of six tonight completed its report on the new situation in situa tion which President Roosevelt ol the United States has characterized as Members of the committee were sworn to secrecy concerning the contents of the but it wa learned Anthony of Great was satisfied with the re fact generally interpreted as meaning the report Italys military drive into Ethiopia as Members of the league council re ceived copies of the in order that they might have abundant tim to study it before it is officially submitted and voted upon at to morrows council the ship were Unanimous Opinion pilot of the Standard Oil was reported as representing Company of California I the unanimous opinion of all lb copilot and George Anderj committee members who son mechanic ed m the The Chll Scarch since davlight failed to re ean Porto was not veal any trace of the big ship which I present and did and it was A nationwide ballot conducted by trienas sura ne iu the Daily Mail showed today an bed after writing his story of the I overwhelming majority against the opening of He is the application of either economic rived by his the former Josephine Sibbert of who now lives in or military sanctions by the League of Nations to attempt to halt the African campaign of ROOSEVELT REELECTION IN 1936 WHEELER SAYS i 1111 XT TJoflr He will leave Montana People Will Not 1 urn BacKI2 for Seatlle from where hc will Party r sail 16 for China to continue of the silver Poniihliran to Republican Montanas Senior Senator I Montanas senior senator is con SaVS OH Visit to i fident beyond any doubt that the i people will not turn back to the re will he re publican The cne thing that Presinent ail Be re republican hopes abso nominated and elected in The republicans have no candidate and no luteiy he would be the nomination of Herbert That would be the biggest laugh no mat wouju UK me This was the parting shot in an he given the Standard yes Conceding thr said lerday by Senator B K who spent thr day in Butte and left i itet night ior Helena and Great1 Senator that those on the federal Continued on Page Continued on Page Series Back in East Standard to Give Service Chicagos victory in the fifth worlds scries game yesterday seemed popular with the army of Butte fans checking results in front of the Montana Stand ard building on West Broad It meant a return lo De troit for one or two games to decide the The sixth con test is scheduled for today with play to start at Butte The Standard serv ice will give complete reports for the game and sub sequent ones if Play byplay details will be shown on the magnetic Scoreboard and popular sports announcers will explain additional details over the public address loud speaker CROWDER HELPS WIN OWN BALL GAME BEATS RUNNER i Continued on Page 2j world series Butte Man Slain JIM Stubbed several limes during an altercation In front of Jim Woods Place on South Montana the prominent Butte man died early Sunday JIM WOODS DIES SOON AFTER FRAY WITH ASSAILANT Newton McDonald Arrested Bloody Knife Found in Car License Jotted Down by Victim After Ear lier Provides Clew Leading to Arrest Man Held on Open Pending Action by Officials Woods Was Former Well Known James Jim widelyknown 66yearold Butte man and former city alderman died at James hospital early yesterday morning Irom stab wounds received In a struggle near Jim Woods 1000 South Montana Newton was held by deputy county attorney Nick Holering on an open after Undersherift Joe Enar Nelson and Ed arrested him his home at 122 North Idaho Officers Nelson and Tyvi said Ihcyi found a vulcanizing Its 12 inch blade stained with In the front seat ol McDonalds which was parked In front ol his Tile arrest wan made about oclock yesterday who had been disturbed twice before John Suf fers Bruises and Cuts Other Accidents Reported John 111 year old Western Union messenger boy of 2136 Nevada suffered lacerations of his left side and when the bicy cle on which he wns riding was struck by a car police said was driven by William Porter at Arizona and Mercury streets at 6 oclock last The accident was one of a number rcixirtcd in the city Saturday night and although Wiiotmcsh was iho only person Wucenesh wns going down Ari zona street when the coming made a left police carrying the boy and his jlcycle several feet before Police Officer Dan Reagan arrested Porter and took him to the city Jail Wucenesh was taken to James Continued on Page on Saturday night by according to George 321 West Gold a had jotted down the license number of McDonalds car on a small white George 904 Indiana ave bartender at Woods place told officers that McDonald had been In the place twice Saturday The second Thomas told of McDonald began abusing Woods and I made him get McDonald left and Thomas left work for his George friend of told Holering that he had been In the place about five when McDonald drove up in his cur before Heard wonder If thats that fellow Woods Harrington told Woods went out the door to the Harrington When he heard the two men scuf Harrington told Holering that he went out and pulled McDonald away from Im lone Woods Harrington drove him to Continued on Page BOY SCOUT WORKERS TO TAKE FIELD TODAY ON HIKE WITH Workers Anxious to Maintain Character Building and Citizenship Work of Organization in Butte and Nearby Cities Will Seek to Finance Activities for Coming Year Fine Work of Local Troops Is So that the character and citizenship building program of the Boy Scouts may be con tinued in Butte for another a group of volunteer all representative business will begin a one weeks hike today to obtain to finance the Silver Bow The hikn will begin immediately after a luncheon meeting at the Finlen with Kenneth Chris tie in Workers will be di vided in patrols and assigned to specific districts to Interview pros pects who have supported the movement financially In past Simultaneously committees In Deer Lodge and other communities embraced in the Silver Bow will take the field to obtain their share of the imnunt The leaders will be brought to a in a The Boy since inception Continued on Page WEATHER Montana Generally fall1 Monday and Tuesday In CLIPPER PLANE REACHES HONOLULU Pan American Airways Clipper on a flight from Cal to arrived at HI 05 Eastern Standard timel Cars Returning From Butte Involved in Fourway Pileup Near of a fourway motor accident which claimed the life of Robert Belgarde of Helena on the highway near Bonita Saturday night will be un folded to a coroners jury here Mon day county authorities an nounced with his brotherinlaw and and Neb and their two all of Hel were driving to Missoula to visit friends when the first of a scries of mishaps which resulted Belgardcs death Noticing a stalled truck partially in the ditch at the side of the the two men got out to As they were standing by the a west bound said by officers to have been driven by McNair of struck the front of the truck and was slightly It was pushed onto the and the driver of another westbound in passing the McNair Ford and knocking the former clear and pin ning Bejgarde against the Belgarde suffered a broken back and two broken Fords injuries consisted of a broken shoulder and fractured Both men were brought to Missoula by Belgarde dying on the way to the His death was not discovered until arrival of the party Highway patrolmen who investi gated the multipleaccident said the westbound car which struck the men was driven by Gene Lambert of a State uni versity but they placed no blame for the The McNair and Lambert cars were returning to Missoula from the GrizzlyBobcat game at the officers Details of the accident were not Continued on Page CELEBRATION PLANNED FOR ARMISTICE DAY IN BUTTE Seventeenth Anniversary of Wars Close Will Be Noted by ExServiceMen Banquet One of Plans are already well advanced for celebration ol Armistice day in Butte this year on a more elaborate scale than has yet been This Is the seventeenth anniversary of the close of the World and will br made a memorable event in the annals of Silver Bow American according to General Chairman Stam In six big events will be staged by various committees of the Winning with the annual Armistice day dinner on Sunday The Armistice day program proper will open with the salute by aerial bombs at II oclock a piishmoblle contest lor small boys and a crosscountry race later in the The local post will be host at open house from 4 to 7 and will be concluded with the big Continued on Page U
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