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   Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - October 23, 1935, Butte, Montana                                ITALY CALLED UPON TO MAKE ELEVENTH HOUR PEACE METAL PRICES Copper Silver Zinc Treasury price world price East New illoutan taubarb HOME EDITION The Standard carries the most eitensiTe telegraph news service In ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY OCTOBER PHONE PRICEFIVE CENTS HELENA REBUILDING PLANS SPEEDED AHEAD Britain Increases Peace Efforts As Mussolini Speeds His War Campaigning GEM IDE ROOSEVELTS VACATION ENDS AND WOES BEGIN English Have Not Changed Attitude and Continue Their Policy With the Usual Bulldog Further Efforts to Achieve Peace Before Sanctions Are Applied Urged by London Foreign BY DE WITT MAC Associated Press Foreign Staff Wrlterl Britain continued yesterday with unabated energy her war against Mussolinis war in Mussolini accelerated the speed of his fighting machine In Africa and his high command announced the goal was the complete submission of all No England voiced no optimism as regards the chances of achieving peace at this but merely clung to the idea with that traditional bulldog tenacity which characterizes the There was no gloom in on the other amongst the heretofore highly suc cessful Roman legions driving through the drifting sands of the Ethiopian desert There was a further lessening of the tension between Britain and tension which in recent weeks had developed into a danger ous backed by naval guns and troops on both But Italy continued resentfully to regard England as the one mainly respon sible for making the former an out law among nations and placing great difficulties in the way of II Duces campaign and Britain con tinued to regard Italy not only as a menace to European peace but a danger to the British land must retain complete control of the quick Suez route to her all important possessions in the Par Defense an It is interesting to note that Britain is on the verge of a general The dominant conservative headed by Premier Stanley will face powerful labor opposition at the polls in A great issue was needed to bring the public to the support of the con servative program for bigger and better imperial The issue has been provided in the Ethiopian Sir Samuel British foreign made a plea before the house of commons for further ef forts to achieve peace before the League of Nations sanctions against Italy come into full operation a few days He did not predict suc but he urged that the idea be not No Military Hoare did He made the im portant declaration that Britain does not plan military sanctions against That brought imme diate relief not only to Rome but to all other for Mussolini has declared with all his force that the application of military would mean sanctions Continued on Page Presidents Cruiser Docks at Charleston Brief Ad dress Scheduled Singingor What Is It Neighbors So Does Lawrence Tibbett CONGRESS RETURNS TO JOB AGAIN SOON New Neu trality Expected to De mand Immediate cruiser Hous beating President Roosevelt homeward from a three week fishing slipped up Charleston har bor and anchored below the huge Cooper river bridge to night shortly before mid end tomorrow will bring President Roosevelt back to a White House desk figuratively heaped with problems awaiting his person al The presidential schedule called for dropping anchor at leaving the cruiser Houston for a tour of the city and and a brief address and then heading by train for Wash Relief and the 1937 and neu trality are expected to demand im mediate along with prep arations for the return of congress in little more than two Superimposed in the background the 1935 presidential This has brought rumors of possible cabinet including the re tirement of Postmaster General Parley to devote all his time to his duties as chairman of the demo cratic national Advice From For the president can turn to hundreds of letters from clergy men which have accumulated dur ing his absence in response to a White House request for counsel on local The two most pressing relief and the closely Next years policy toward care of the needy may go far to ward determining how nearly the 1934 federal income will approach President Roosevelt must decide upon his return whether this gov ernment will comment to the League of Nations on steps the league has taken to apply sanctions against With mandatory provisions of the recent neutrality law expir ing February the administration is expected to make recommenda tions to congress for new legisla WORK RELIEF ALLOTMENT FOR HARBOR JOBS SLASHED LAWRENCE His voice disturbs say apart ment house Lawrence Tibbett says the neighbors have hired a maid to yell her head off to counteract his Perhaps more will be heard on the but its likely to be mostly yelling and not much JOCKEY WILL SURRENDER IN PARTY MURDER Investigation of the good time slaying of comely 24yearold Evelyn Sliwinski swung toward a race track figure and former jockey pending either detention of Willie Smokey rider of the 1935 derby or his arrival of his own will for He was reported to have started from Baltimore when he heard the police here wanted Louisville police broadcast a re quest for arrest of Tony exercise boy and former Sani was reported seen with Saun ders a few hours before the gay party which preceded Sliwin skis beating and death under the Continued on Page NEW Plans for an overnight offensive against tlie neighbors who com plain that his voice penetrates through his apartment walls were laid tonight by Lawrence grand opera and radio Along the fashionable East End avenue Tibbetts nexUioor apartmentdwellers charge that the singers arias disturb their nightly sleep as well as dally home Speaking through his Lawrence Tibbett wns quoted today as saying The neighbors themselves are making so much noise that I in tend to complain to the owners of the apartment building about it The quiet neighbors have in stalled a maid to sing and yell her head merely In hopes of having me stop 1 sound proofed my and they cant hear a This is my home and I dont intend lo ask permis sion to sing in PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO CLOSE FRIDIT Teachers to Attend District Sessions in Anaconda the School Board All elementary public schools In Butte will be closed Friday so that those grade teachers who are mem bers of the Montana Education as sociation may attend the district convention in Anaconda on that the board of school trus tees for district 1 decided at its regular meeting last Regular classes will be held as usual on Friday at Butte high school and Washington junior high but all members will be excused to attend the Nonmembers of the from the grade schools will be assigned to positions in the high schools dur ing the to fill the A of the schools yesterday revealed that at present 28 of the 74 high school and junior high school teachers and 126 of the 171 elementary schools teachers are members of the of which Miss Emma Williamson of Butte high school is district None of the seven Sherman school teachers arc and the British Foreign Secretary Warns of Danger to All of Europe if Mussolini Continues His POLICIES KANSAS Reductions Include Cut in Funds for Deepening the Missouri Channel Maine Project Suffers Oct The work relief allot merit to array engineers for rivers today was reduced liy The o the nude on projects on which an entire allotment cannot be spent by July trimmed the fund lor the Passamaquoddy power project to The for the upper Mis sissippi was cut to Channel deepening in the Mis Madison and Monroe have a large number of non For this reason it was at first proposed lo keep those schools in but confusion that might among pupils and teachers made Ms Many non 22 ffi Aimembers arc expected lo pay I heir u ic orn dues and hew teachers youngster who made 16 h jn ho reruRPd to al Ethiopia into is tops among trie ln I lions farm He is 18yearold Paul Leek of Washington who was announced tonight as 1935 Star Farmer of Judges picked him after studying records of farm the nation over be rjcpectrd to Continued on Pas Laborite Makes Sharp Re ply in Commons Must Be No Carving Up of Ethiopia to Settle Dispute Sir Samuel foreign sec appealed to Premier Benito Mussolini of Italy to day from the rostrum of the house of commons to make peace with Ethiopia before On that date the League of lions is tcheduled to begin ft trade and money war aimed at forcing Ihe government to sue for a set Peace The peace plea featured an ad dress of one hour and nine minutes In which the frail little foreign sec retary with the piping voice laid down the basis of Britains foreign policy ill a crisis which he said easily could Involve all Although his words fell on a hushed parliamentary audience everyone knew Sir Samuel was ad dressing Rome when he said We are doing our utmost lo find an eleventhhour peace There is still a breathing space be fore economic pressure can be ap Cannot be used for another altempt at a settlement Policy Italy Is still a member of the Cannot this chance be used so as lo make it unnecessary to pro ceed farther along this unallractive road of economic action against fellow our old friend and former ally Sir Samuel laid down Ihe follow ing outline of government policy Military penalties against Italy are impractical because the pre condition of such namely collective agreement at Geneva never The government does not con template closing the Suez canal and it is only dangerous to lalk about Not Hostile lo pressure now pro posed is intended to limit the war not expand it shorten not ex tend its Tile government is noL hostile to have not the leasl intention of inlerferring with the domestic affairs of other souri river was cut from to Army engineers said the reduc tions in general were made from a list on which contracts had not been The conferred in a contest sponsored by UK Weekly Kansas City a cali prize Young now a pHrnrr his starter vo cational agriculture work five years ago with 16 feeder ihe end of a year his labor income Labor income is the amount tend thr Anaconda meeting Superintendent Douglas Gold nouncsd that all nursery ex cept the one at he will b dosed Tne Webster school will be condurfeH that day a demonstration by Esther and all nursery teachers will The foreign secretary was cheered The government en Joys an overwhelming majority o 421 in the Sharp cam quickly from Major Attlee new leader of he labor There be no carving up oi in ordT to settle this dis the laboritc Wi I have the greatest of the government in this Too Atllee charged Ihe governments policy had been vacillating and have only one descrip tion for This was believed the on Page Woman Yawns in Her Sleep 12Day Gaping Record Set money left for the and effort after all expenses have met It may be cither cash or in The second Leek adder turkeys and His abor n Aubrey acting V7PA ad come was In each of the coincidentaily renewd j two years his projfr xa ml his prediction tht the program would hold to its delayed j school last total labor schedule of liquidating relief admin1 income was j istrations in the great majority of The new Star Farmer is gom to state during to Wakelin of Victoria has brpn yawning six even when she is She yawns from lhre IT 12 limes nery min ulr and her respite has hfrn hall an said she lias no or anil ale un ablr lo find a for the yawn ROUND abruptly as she started on Harold McKee ceased lo yawn laic last night Ihtis brine in f to a close a record period of She shaded he former record for fontintid gaping by two Her firsl altack from lasl 9 to Im ulad its all Mrs YANK PILOTS SELASSIE DEGB FRT JOHN ROBINSON ADDIS by John Chicago negro Emperor Hnlle Selassie today made his first plane flight In several years in order to say goodbye to his imperial en route to After circling over the thrilled soldiers several the emperor waved his farewells from the as the soldiers then re turned to the BALLOONS TUGGING AT ROPES IN STRATOSPHERE RACE OF BETTER BUSINESS CAMPAIGN PreDrive Effort Nets With Goal of This Phase of Work Opening Gun of Race Will Be Sounded at Banquet Tomorrow Night Staff Offi cers Meet at Luncheon to Perfect Plans for Tugging restlessly at their five balloons en tered in the stratosphere race of the Better Business and Better Butte Membership Fund campaign are all set for the opening gun of the event at the Flnlen hotel banquet tomor night at What made the bobbing strato racers especially anxious to take off was the fact that they already had taken on an acceleration of evenly divided among the five meant a push up ward of Half Way Mark Tills sum has been garnered by the office staff which seeks to ob tain before the opening of the weeklong drive This will mean that the halfway mark will have been reached at the cam paigns The goal for the final a week from tomorrow is Staff officers met at luncheon In Continued on Page SPECSLEUTHS OUT TO LOCflTE RELIEFCpIS WPA Investigation Group Appoints 50 Field Agents to Track Down WPA out today with a squad of its own here an effort U track down work relief Our job to keep graft out of the program md wn arc going to do Dallas head of the works process administration di vision of in announc ing the appointment of 50 special field These new federal work inK out of Washington and 13 re gional will operate both In dependently and In willi other government no tably the secret 27yearold he planned lo take over later most of the 65 stale relief administration investigators when Hie program gels fully under Most of Hie agents nrc former Steps Taken to Alleviate Distress of 150 Families Who Must Be Kept Fed and Sheltered HFC 10 Householders to Get Loans for Repairs Jolts Fait to Alarm the People Business Houses WEATHER a i r Wednesday and warmer Wednes BY f Assoclntrd Press Staff Though tremors of moderate Intensity again pounded sec tions of Helena late today re viving some fear and appre hension after hours of relative plans went steadily ahead for reconstruction the riddled residentiaTand in dustrial areas with the least possible At the same time further steps were being taken to alleviate the distress of 400 or more members of 150 families who must be kept In fed and and to this end the American Bed Cross offered Its unlimited facilities with pledges of from to in loans to restore individual families unable to finance their rehabilita Heavy Late today as the second heavy tremor shook the eastern residential section but was scarcely felt down the Montana Reconstruction corporation completed Its organiza tion and was ready to ask for dOO from the federal Norman Helena mer chant Earl lumber and Harry hardware com pany formed the corpora tion which will extend loans to householders under the same plan as thai effected in Long Beach In 1933 when 650 loans for a total oi were Loan No later than the cor poration officials will loan blanks be available with grants extended on the basis of years at an interest rate of per When the initial of has been a sub sequent application will go forward to Washington for a second grant from the set aside by con gress for disaster Seeley of Los who placed the Long Beach relief ma chinery in was on the scene to aid the RFC through which the loans will be and he an nounced applications could be ap proved within four to six days as suring an early start toward re Though the tremors late Tuesday were of rather marked intensity there was no outward display of alarm to mar the progress of res Neither did they appre ciably affect hundreds who for the rcontinued on Page FARM IMPORTS SET GOVERNMENT REPORT SHOWS Americas Traditional Po sition of Exporter Sharp ly Reversed in Trade During the Present Farm imports during 1035 of record land nearrecord proportions were j makes any kind ttf statement or corruption involving the appro i priation a fedeisl i punishable with J fine and two years would expedite I Die nearly spent on Continued on Page Figures for nine months through September reversed Americas tra ditional position us an exporter pri marily of farm prwlucls nnd an im of Commerce officials said agricul tural Imports increased over 1934 in almost every while this class of exports Thess experts said the figures set although comparable statistics for nine month periods years were not Most striking export declines for the nine month period included drops from pounds of meal products to pounds of lard to bushels of corn to bushels of wheat to Most noticeable import increases were pounds of meat products to pounds of to 000 pounds of lanl to 000 bushels of corn to barrels of wheat flour to   

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