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Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 13, 1935, Butte, Montana Noted Scientist Predicts Suspension of Human Revival Centuries Later METAL PRICES Copper surer Zinc Treasury price world price East St New York Jttontan tanbarb HOME EDITION Standard carries the most extenilre Itltrrapb news service In ESTABLISHED FRIDAY DECEMBER PHONE PRICEFIVE CENTS LEAGUE DROPS OIL TO DISCUSS PEACE MOVE FIGHT TO SAVE BRUNO Treasury Still Buying Silver Statement Throws Market Into New Confusion COUNCIL WILL MEET SOON TO STUDY QUESTION BRITAIN NOT TO LET ANY NATION EXCEPT BE SEA EQUAL Morgenthau Unconcerned ly Announces No Change Has Occurred in Policy Under Congress Total of Ounces Piled Up in Treasury Since Metal Purchase Act Went Into calmly delivered an nouncement by Secretary Morgenthau that the treasury was still buying but contrary to was making its purchases in scat tered trading today threw silver market into renewed White brokers sought to gauge the gvSernmeiitst the dropped again in London and New Yorfjfbut to the suprise of rose in at present Amer icas principal unrestricted market for the Rtuaor Morgenthaus statement followed two days of general demoralization of the silver in which brok ers found it difficult to specify a so few were the offers A general report was that the formally a regular pur chaser in large was not buying any This rumor Morgenthau was at pains to Scotch I have a statement on Morgenthau said smiling at I am continuing to carry out the mandate of the silver purchase act which says The secretary of the treasury is authorized and directed to purchase silver at home or abroad for present or future delivery with any direct or cur rency of the United States author ized by or wjth any funds in the treasury not otherwise appropri ated Different He paused for such rates and at such times and upon such terms and conditions as he may deem reasonable and most advantageous to the public I have bought silver every day this Tuesday and in many different tj he marked a de parture from past He would not say what markets had been nor as specu lation immediately had he hac made direct purchases from the government of now anxious to replace its silver with Secretary The secretarys seeming uncon cern was obvious from his manner Once before when the price of silver was the treasury was some pains to shake out what some termed the speculative There was at least a hint today that the same motive might have been in volved iri the operations of recen It was that when Continued on Page Three Powers and Three Dominions Join in Refusal to the Japanese lonference Designed to Lay Basis for Replacing Ex pired London Treaty Heads for DeadlockCompro mise Is Possible Suggestion Japan Might Be Satis fied With Paper Parity Dropped Demands powers and three dominions olned today in firm rejection of Japans naval conference demand for equality on the seas with Great Britain and the United British determination to sign no treaty giving any other nation than America the right to naval parity emerged with ull The United South Canada and AustraliaJoined in the Thus the designed to lay a basis for replacing he expiring London and Washington naval limitation headed for a although some hope prevailed n all delegations that a compromise may yet be The Japanese delegation hastily as todays session broke The hurried exit at first created he impression they were walking out of the but well in ormed sources said this was not British British determination to resist the Japanese demand was llfiked Jn responsible quarters with the Brit sh viewpoint that no treaty can be arranged on a basis any under standing or commitment he document The same was under was held by the other delega It seemed to dispose of past suggestions thatthe Japanese might be satisfied with eqaulity only on with an undertandlng they would not build up to the authorized Suppression of Disease Is Possible Science Never Can Over come Death but Old Age May Be Only Cause for Carrel Thinks For the Norman plainly told the Japanese the United States wants to continue the 553 equilibrium established by the Washington This fitted the British Both powers declared the Nippo nese demands for equality of fleet and armament were Inconsistent with Japans position in favor of equality of Ill SLAYING OF Finding of Machine Gun Bullet Revives Possibility of telltale pellet of subma chine gun suspicion back to gangland today in the Walter Ligget It served also to revive possibil ity of federal government interven tion in the investigation requested by Floyd Attorney General Peterson and Chief ol Police Frank Continued on Page 5 BIG CROWD EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT AT ELKS BENEFIT PROGRAM TOMORROW NIGHT Helena Earthquake Vic tims to Receive All Pro ceeds of Performance to Be Staged by Butte Lodge Advance ticket sales for a benefit show to be staged to morrow night at the Fox the under the auspices of the Butte Mines directed by Sam and Butte lodge indicate a capacity It was re ported last night at a lodge Proceeds obtained from the enter tainment will be delivered to the Helena Elks lodge for distribution among the citizens of that commu nity who are in dire financial cir Continued on Page CTfli TD MTHER HERE 500 Expected Tomorrow Bagdad Temple to Be Host to Gathering STATE FILES ANSWER TO ATTACK ON LIQUOR STATUTE Attorney General Denies I Law Unconstitutional as At Alleged In Appeal Case NEW a scientific definition ot new in Alexis Rocke feller Institute tonight predicted that it may become pos sible to suspend human life and to start it Ilvlnr several Carrel Is the man who showed the physical immortality of a chicken which he has kept living by itself for 24 years at the For him Charles Lindbergh last mnuncr perfect ed an artificial heart which keeps whole organs alive outside the Carrels new definition was made in a talk to the New York Academy of Medicine on The Mystery of He defined two kinds of death reversible and Out of the first comes mans hope for better health and longer A possibility very remote Is suspension of It Is Carrel to suppose that part of the human personality may escape Present scientific facts neither prove nor disprove this after All of three points Carrel emphasized in a written summary at his report to Never Conquer If science is allowed to go on eight or ID dlseaM may perhaps be Carrel But there Is no hope of ever conquering senescence and There are only three wars to failure of the or of the central nervous or by alterations in the composition of the Deaths are reversible or irre Continued on Page FDR ADVERTISING From Mining City Mon tana attorney generals office filed in the state supreme court today its argument supporting constitutional ity of the state liquor control under test in the appeal of the state against John Driscoll of accused of illegal possession ol Driscolls defense is that the Mon tana liquor control act is void and i midnight for initiatory subject the act provides for an un Wearers of the red fez will be in Butte tomorrow from many sections of the state as Shriners gather for the annual fall ceremonial of Bag dad Close to 500 are ex The members will hold a business meeting at the Masonic temple at 5 Burton of Butte will be acting potentate in the ab sence of Adams of Dillon who is out of the Emanuel a past has been active in arranging the The Badgad Arab patrol will as j slst with the i The ceremonial will get under way at 7 oclock lasting to around There is a class of it was Tne aflair will close GREAT Plans for advertising Montana in 1936 were drafted at a meeting here today of the ex ecutive for submission to the general sessions here tomor row of officials of those organiza tions and bodies interested in Mon tanas tourist The meeting tomorrow will be at tended by bus and airline Secretaries of sev eral chambers of commerce are here for the manager of the state chamber of and assistant man submitted reports today to the executive commltteemen of the 1935 advertising which brought a thousand inquiries to the Helena the officials While details of the 1936 program were not available It is understood that considerable expan sion is planned over the 1935 Morning and afternoon sessions are planned for the general assem bly Revolt of Small Powers Ended by Britain Ithiopian Religious Ruler Supports Al though Haile Selassie Is Opposed Mussolini Re ported to Be Satisfied With Plan as Basis for Nego tiations King George Said Behind English By tha Ajiocltted Prall The Inflammatory issue of an oil embargo against Italy was put aside for the time being by the League of Say the league decided to take over the widely bombarded FrancoBritish peace which was handed to It with a weary air by Premier Laval and Anthony Brit ains minister for league GOVERNOR An assertion that Governor Harold Hotfman had definitely com mitted himself to vigorous fight to save Bruno Richard under sjstence of death for the was by the New shown surrounded by reporters as he heardthe news that thU supreme court had refused to review the Hauptmann contradicted the report and said his interest in the case was motivated only by a desire to carry out duty as NEW JERSEY GOVERNORS LIFE THREATENED BECAUSE OF HAUPTMANN CASE ACTIVITY Official Who Visited the Doomed Man Gets Threat in the 12 against the life of Harold Hoffman because of his intervention in the Lindbergh kidnaping case were received here Out of mail swollen by the fact that Hoffman revealed he had made a secret visit to Bruno Rich ard Hauptmann in the death came a postcard that warned the governor to stay out nf the case or sulfer the The mail ing of the card was not nor was it announced whether the card was Mall Hoffmans mail has increased tremendously since he announced last week that he had visited Haupt mann in October and that Ellis Burlington county had enteredthe qase In a search for new Many of the letters praised the governor for his but others were The Continued on Page WEATHER cloudy Fri day and Saturday colder Fri day cast of he Tiny Butte Girl Rushed to Spokane With an Open Safety Pin in Her Stomach constitutional method of raising revenue being a revenue meas should have originated in the house of representatives instead of the Concerning the point that the act provides an unconstitutional method Continued on Page CoL i with a Dutch lunch in the temple banquet Among cities to be represented are Great Deer Bozc Twin Jack son and towns in the Bitter Root With an open safety pin lodged In her tiny Thomaslna O daughter of and James 323 South montana had narrow escape from It was reported The liltl victim was rushed by train to Spokane for removal of the obslrncllon with special in Upon her arrival there yesterday It was by xray that the pin had dropped to the Tnomasfna will remain under strict observation for three her a county health in was informed by wire yes in hopes that the pin wonld remove itself throuirh rut oral Because she Is seriously 111 at her 26 East Center Elizabeth jrrand has not been told of the Kmmctt county an uncle of the The baby had been placed in her crib Wednesday MrOBrien explained and It was not known the pin was within her A severe coughing spell at tracted tae An xray at a local Hospital disclosed that the pin was lodged In the point Upon sdvice of doctors the little Rlrl was taken to the Washington The pin dropped Into the itomach during the n NOT MOUSE FEDlllKETSi increase of 10 per cent this year over last year In the number of lambs fed for market in the western states predicted today by the agricul ture Officials reported feeder lambs shipments Into northern Colorado continued relatively large in No vember to bring the total into tha area materially above last year and probably the largest since Increases In feeding over last year were reported in both Wyoming anc and the Scotts Bluff area In Nebraska and Wyoming prob ably will feed as many lambs year as Feeder on the wen reported heavier and in better con ditlon than they were a year Representatives of the various manufacturing concerns in the city have been Invited by the Butte Chamber of Commerce to attend a committee meeting Monday after noon at oclock to discuss the possibility of holding a home prod ucts show in Butte In January or If the show is arranged it Is believed that quite an impressive showing of locally produced goods can be Representatives of the Butte Chamber of Commerce and other local business men will attend a spe cial meeting of in Great Falls today to plan a wide tourist attraction program for Among those who plan to make the trip from Butte are Roy Mur Charles Wil Alex Ray Ruhle and Harry Due to the absence from the city of a number of Its members the chamber executive committee will not hold its regular meeting this A prediction that the plan would fall came from within Britains own ofliclal Alfred Duff minister of in a London speech said the formula very likely will but defended France and Brit ain for acting for Council to A uession o the of tho league was called for next Wednes day to study the ItalloEthloplan from A to Delegates meanwhile will acquaint thetnBclvM with the carefully guarded dstalls of the peace As a result of the days develop a rebellion by small powers against the FrancoBritish moves apparently died Both Laval and Eden gave assurances that their only object was within the framework of the and that Geneva and Addis Ababa would have their say as well as Duce There were strong indication in Rome that Premier Mussolini is willing to accept the peace formula as ft basis for Respon sible quarters reported he was satis fied with itn main It was another story in Although the empires religious the Abuna spoke up for the plan most It words of Havaa French news agency quoted Em peror Haile Belassle at Dessye as re jecting the King Takes King George of England emerged upon the stage from his customary In diplomatic circles were unconfirmed reports that it was he who forced the cabinet to push through the fearful that the Italian war might spread to Dissatisfaction with the plan reached Into French left wing cir cles of the chamber of who were considered likely to demand an explanation from Premier Laval when he gets back from Although Italys northern army Is marklns time while supply lines can be the southern army made ready for an anticipated at tack by Scouts returning to the fascist headquarters at on the Soma IllandEthiopian said the tribesmen were massing under Has Desta soninlaw of Emperor Halle ATTACK WITH THE ITALIAN SOUTH ERN ARMIES AT ON THE SOMALILAND ETHIOPIAN and mu nitions were rolled up on the south ern Italian front tonight to balk an Continued on Page Weather Generally able to Livestock Ranges 72 Per Cent of a drop of six points in range con ditions In Montana cattle and sheep conditions showed practically no change from 1 to it was shown in and livestock report Issued today Jay federal sta tistician for Weather In November was gener ally favorable to the re port set Except for two cold the mean temperature ranged from IB to 48 degrees above and precipitation for tha month was well only 33 per cent of the November of an General condition of Montana ranges was reported at 72 per cent of as compared with 78 per cent a month ago and a 10 year average of per With the exception of some ranges in the southwestern part of the state where snows of late October and early November have ranges were used to a good advant age in The condition of cattls was re ported as 89 per cent of normal on one point better than tha 1 but points below the 10year average of per Cattle came off the rangesin bet ter condition than a year and are going into the winter in a con dition eight points higher l last the report Sheep and lamb condition for the state Is 89 per cent of or one point lower than a month In some sheep areas early snows have become making some good range territory unavailable The declining condition of ranges was practically offset by larger stocks of hay REVOLVING AIRPLANE BEACON INSTALLED ON MOUNTAIN TOP Dell on the route flown by the Na tional Parks Airways to Salt Lako It will also service the North Light Southeast of Butte Will Guide NorthSouth i i 4 Airlines wnen tne eastwesi and EastWest Planes ls lighted through the Mining the City After Casting out a beam of move than candlepower at IDsecond a revolving beacon light was in operation last night near Homestake at the summit ot tVe Continental Divide to guide night flying airplanes to The light Is one of a series being Installed between Butte and Engineers operating for the de partment of commerce bureau of are engaged to the in stallation of a light in the vicinity of Dillon and another near White There is also to be one near Boulder to complete the chain on the northsouth The Whitehall and on Page
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