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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, Anaconda, Montana You know Copper and Silver Copen a electrolytic spot and. Bar Stiver. 4. R Mare Butte mews in the Standard than any other paper weather forecast Talay Conant told non in no. Vol. X. 136 the worlds news the Standard carries j or to a. Or Mph a a a vow in a Tauaa. Lull amx rated ppm. Sawh Ial teased wire to Quot York Herald Tri Btl be feature. W Ort la american newspaper Alliance. Anaconda Mont Awa bunday Mormino. January 17, 192 1 committee Battle on tax Bill brought to do Compromise reached and measure will be reported to Senate tuesday i is debt agreements Are entered into with Belgium Rumania Esthonia and Czechoslovakia approved by House. Opposition is negligible interest centers on Belgium pact which is passed by 314-to-24 vote. United states to get $3,000,000,000 by la a nor lated Presa Washington Jan. 16?the War debt settlement agreements with Belgium Rumania Latvia Lithonia and Czechoslovakia involving approximately $600,000,-000, were approved today by the House in rapid succession. In adopting resolutions to authorize acceptance of the terms recommended by the american debt commission the House disposed of the last of the settlements negotiated during the summer that with Italy having been approved yesterday. Balmy Wrather in Yellowstone Park brings mosquitoes by the a Moc Tutti pre. Inn �1n�n from yrtkmwtom1 National Park today in a re me id a Horne m. I Bright report d in. Albright a the it Iii to of tits bit of a to Quito. A it la not Nec airy to Nim Mer a Trow or to into a Colley to find a id the National superintendent a just Nom to the Aunika i it la a ground during an ext of Ona i Winter. In the i in tier Hie Park la too Cool to afford Comfort for Molj Tiitola hat they limit Ai during the Winter when we offer warmer weather Thun Drys celebrate with Quot sudden death Dinn Pershing sees no Hope of settling May succeed convict husband a Celebration to be much bigger thin tear ago president Coolidge denial of Chile s Appeal puts situation Back to month ago. General declares chileans at fault a gent to the Adwate a1 of the fitere Emenga provide for a funding of the Reeper Tive obligation Over a ?� right thrill a i 1l,r2ud,n tha Dalian Nab the felted stat will inv a re revived approximately�3., from the six War Loana. 12 Fumia Caird for. Of the 19 War Loans i foreign nation settlements with great Britain r Inland. Hungary Lithuania Poland mild Nicaragua have been ratified by Congress while the aet on by the House today bring half a dozen More Loans to the last step in their congressional journey. Of the seven other loan. Austria has been granted a 20-year moratorium while France. Greece and Jugo Slavk have As yet committee starts laying of plans for Butte s great time on fourth of july. He pears attempt to solve problem by Plebs scutary method doomed to failure. The Quot grandest most colossal most stupendous most magnificent Celebration Over held in die Wear will be held in Butte next fourth of july. Continued on Page 2. Column 4. To take Home for 18-year-old Fine by the associated press Des Moines Iowa Jan. 16? deprivation of his Home to ill demands for pay go of one imposed 18 years ago. Sin by it 70-Mold Painter of Stilt a a Cha ppm Al a to governor Han Mill. A property has been ordered sold an 23 to satisfy the judgment of the Benton county court imposed sept. 8. 1907, for a state liquor Law violation. A of Freddy be ded guilty and was fined too and Costa and sentenced to so Days in jail. He served the jail sentence but was unable to pay the Fine. The state for 18 years left Eddy unmolested. While the Fine was grow my to $725 through increase of interest he saved his Money and bought a Home. Eddy a attempt to obtain a loan 00 his property brought to Light the old judgment against him. The proposal to celebrate the fourth in a manner that will of try Clince Butte s splendid achievement of 1928 has been approved by the directors butt chamber of Commerce. The fourth of july 1929. Will fall on sunday to to observed on monday by the usual closing of Tho larger places of the summer months it in customary to close the Large retail stores on saturday afternoon. For these re Leon it is planned to hold a Celebration that will cover the three Days. Saturday sunday and monday and possibly one Day More either Friday or tuesday to give the visitors their desired Opportunity of visiting butter a splendid stores. The special reasons for the epoch making Cut i Bratt it a in the Tennis i of the signing of the declare Hon of Independence. I v that the West is particularly charged with the duty of com Mono Rawlw the birth of the Republic which reclaimed a wilderness and gave a Virgin continent to the civilized world. One of the outstanding features of last years Celebration was a grand pageant which won High Praise not Only at Home. But outside Tho con Riner of Montana a Well. It is tentatively proposed to repeat the pageant feature next july with the continued on Page 2. Column i convict steals for jazz Kings widow by the associated press. Chicago Jan. 18?Richard Barton former convict from Canon City col. Today confessed holding up an Art shop and stealing several expensive by the associated press. Areca Chile Jan. 16?general Pershing it returning to the i Niton states without much Hope a hat his successor major general Lassiter will see attain so shape themselves that a plebiscite eau be carried out in Tacna and Ariel. He is said to feel that failure can be the Only result unless there is a decided change in the conduct of the chilean resident of this t e or i tory to bring about Way ice a to training influence by the pre dental veg of their government seems necessary. President coot ig.-� denial child a Appeal leaves the situation just is. A u month a when a chileans is fms appealing frankly sought to end the plebeian by with drawing from the plea Ian commission. Ruling Laid Down by general Pershing to which there was .�?z0,h a vehement objection on the part representatives will�n.,/havv.i and then informed Ponce that it was for love of mrs. Paul be of the j3 Kin amp that be had taken in underdone of Poison several Days ago. Mrs. Blese admitted knowing the Man but said she lots unaware of his criminal activities. Barton said that he was out on parole fro in the Canon City Penitentiary and that a had stolen the shawls intending to return to Colorado before authorities knew he was from the state. Ganna Walska sails but my Cormick remains behind husband of opera Singer changes his mind after taking baggage aboard ship refuses to say wily. By the associated press. New York Jan. 16?two unexpected happenings marked the departure tonight for Europe of mine. A Anna Vav als k a polish opera Singer and wife of Harold of Mccormick. Mme. Waniska is returning de Ermine to or Mph Over the critical who received her last Continental appearance so coldly. The events which featured her departure came after she had boarded the steamship Park. Or Mccormick and his wife had a Rietberg photographers shortly before he left the ship he wet a a a a or stateroom also when she told reposes so was writing a Book that would Tell the truth about Ganna then he was seen leaving the ship apparently perturbed. He would say nothing and his wife told reporters Quot it May a no difference to me what you write so Many lies have already been told about me Quot mme Wakita previously had said she intended to sing the Lead in Madame Butterfly Quot in Paris and then 1,1 a concert program with a famous Basso whose name she would not divulge. She said she had engaged a famous japanese wrestler to teach her the proper methods for lha chilean a land. The correspondent of the Assoc ated press came Here with Genera i smiting and since last August has Bec observing the whole course of the proceedings. The american com manner Haw from the first spoken re serve Day on conditions denying Conj ment for publication even when he himself has been subject to Verba at tacks. Only one has he Given the correspondents permission the express his views. This occasion was to announce Hie objections to the participation of unofficial americans on either Side of the contest. It is understood however by those familiar with the general s Vlf we that the whole Story of the difficulties he has encountered with the chileans will be Given in the utmost detail to his successor it is believed he will not mince words in the recital which to forecast will run very much As follows he will ascribe to the chilean the establishment of a a Len of terror he will set Forth to general Lassiter his conviction that the chileans have not sought to promote a conditions that would Reale a Chance for a fair decision at the polls but to the contrary. He will Tell his Sucre nor that in his opinion the chileans have Given no proof of a wish fully to Correct the undesirable conditions which their method of administering the local government has made possible. General Pershing will explain that unless the hostile acts against peruvians cease he fears the latter will withdraw from the plea cite thus in any Case putting an end to an attempt to solve the Tacna and a Rte a problem by the Plebs scutary method. Husbands love valued at $150,000_first she was est Arlo opera company Tenor. A few by the associated press. Denter col., Jan 16,-�?a separate maintenance suit asking More than half n million dollars and an alienation of affections suit seeking $150,000 were filed Here today by mrs. R. It Morse against her husband the general manager of the Colorado Portland Cement company and mrs. Elizabeth Honaker respectively. Mrs. Morse asks the court to order her husband to pay her separate maintenance of $500,000 Zeiah and $1,700 a month. In her suit against mrs. Honaker she alleges that her husband and mrs. Honaker took automobile rides together. The charge m the separate maintenance suit a re suppressed. It further cuts surtax rites will be made la fun labels anti Saloon lasagne says exhibit la evidence of kind of stuff that wets drink. Reduction in Revenue provided in measure is $360,-000,000 under new provisions restore alcohol tax. Prohibition under fire of senators Wiful inheritance to Bruce say that he doubts whether anybody conscientiously in favor dry Law by the am id led press. New York Jan. I6.4n of natron of Tho sixth anniversary of prohibition Tho new York i Catnip Holt a ?sudden Loath a dinner tonight to show Tho danger that Lurk in forbidden bottles. Counterfeit Label and strip stamp conf tested Iii Plant devoted to Tho producing of Bootleg liquor from denatured alcohol Vor exhibited a Ovid Nee a of Tho kind of stuff lots the origins no in to include sex mail of booting liquor Feii through when the Federal attorney a office up fused to to a per the the dinner was riven in Honor of William f. Quot Pussy four Quot Johnson Veteran campaigner for prohibition. Way cleared for Early Pasa age of bsh by agreement of opponents final vote to come Early in february. Mhz. John w. I Angley wife of former congressmen Langley of Kentucky who a .1 a. To a a. Ween her in con t.nl7 who a we. Of a Quot Quot who Lvi a .1 Quot a refused to review the conviction. Immense Supply of drugs seized in Montana sent to Washington Headquarters shipment Worth from $150,000 to $200,000 to retailer of drug to be used for to Pital work. Both Butte and state never so free from peddling of narcotic Federal officer say. Many purveyor Are now in prison. Untie and Montana in general Are enjoying at present the my get effective a breathing spell from the operations of the narcotic traffic who Chat prevailed in several yearn it a agreed by police Tho sheriff s Force and Federal narcotic officers and there k apparently a lire shortage of the wherewithal to a sniff shoot and smoke a yesterday Federal narcotic officers Harry Hildebrand and e. T. Straw representatives of the Harrison act in Montana amt a store of contraband drugs to w Arlington which would permit a score of a Ped doers to Wax opulent the shipment contained cocaine morphine opium heroin and yen a Hee and it is estimated that the whole would a jul full i f $200,000 at retail Price although Worth much Leas at wholesale or medical quotations. Fob open Debite minutes later. Or. Mccormick the Harvester manufacturer who had booked passage with his wife and taken his baggage aboard suddenly left the ship had his baggage taken off and declined to say Why he had decided not to sail. Required in the opera in role. The suit brought by Onofrei was for $?ti0 alleged due a salary for rehearsing with her a week in Quot Romeo and he maintained he cancelled engagements at her request to take part in rehearsals in Pitt but g and that she afterwards refused pay him. To Tumulty recovering from serious attack by the associated pre. New Vork Jan. P. Tumulty private Secretary to the late Woodrow Wilson a passed the critical stage of a severe attack of bronchial pneumonia it became known today. Seizes Opportunity to Challenge opponents to prove his complicity in was Large enough to con Ain a conservative sized Vic Treda and was packed tight with Small and Large parcels Undem of various narcotics seized by Federal officers in Montana during he 13 month they have been stationed Here. The shipment of the life sapping luxuries Quot Marks the end of the first year of Federal activities to curb the narcotic traffic in he treasurer state and from he standpoints of peace off leers in All the Large Montana communities it has been a successful one Butte has seen 38 persons found guilty of possessing or vending narcotic drug during the period a figure in a Ach larger than Ever before while in Billings 17 conviction were of filed Dav in Man at. A Hizington Jsn. 18�?the sixth anniversary of he ratification of the h amendment today was made the occasion for a prohibition held Day in the Senate with opponents he volstead net replying vigor ousely to claims of improved cond lion in the country since the dry Law be ame effective. The debate was opened in mid afternoon by senator Jones re pub bean Washington who defended the enforcement act. And before it ended the night was Well under Way and the Danata chamber had become almost continued on Page i column 6. Langley i Okes his name for number by the associated press. Atlanta a Jar. 18?-prisoner no. J Lei 6, former congressman John w. Langley of Kentucky tonight Hod served the first Day of a two year sentence in the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary imposed upon him for conspiracy to violate Tho National prohibition Law. Accompanied by Roy b Williams chief ii. 8. Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky the former congressman arrived Here Early today. Brief formalities of Quot checking in were quickly completed and Langley lost i identity behind a prison number and became one of the 3,000 inmates of the prison. A i no going to do my Best to make a Good record a a said the prisoner As the Gates were closed on him Quot and have not Given up Hope of getting my situation cleared up before Long. By the associated frees Washington inn. Republican mid Democrat on the titmice committee compromised their difference on tax reduction today and ordered by unanimous vote a report of the Home Revenue Bill to the Senate with Conal de Rah in modifications. The Compromise which involved principally further reductions in the aortas rate and repeat of the inheritance tax increased the total reduction provided by the House measure for this year from $.130,000,000 to $300,000,000 and cleared the Way for Early passage of i fee Bill by the Senate. Ril Sirinan Smoot said he would report Tho measure to the Senate in tuesday but would hold up its consideration for a couple of Day at least of the cloture Rule was invoked to permit an Early Vota on the world court. A poke men of the two parties in the satiate expressed satisfaction with the Compromise and declared a final vote on the Bill by the Senate Early in february was almost certain. The agreement came suddenly and the committee concluded its Enelder Ronal fund in fag 2, a Neuron 6. Coolidge attacked by senator Norris by the associated press Washington. Jan 18 a Parsi Dent Coolidge was charged in the Senate today by Herctor Norris Republican Nebraska with violating the Laws of the land through secres understandings with his appointees to Independent commission. Speaking in behalf of resolutions for the investigation of the Tariff commission Hen a Tor Norris declared that the president belonged to he group that believed the commission should be used for partisan purposes and that to had used his High office to in Loco n sprue the letter and spirit of the Tariff Law he charged that or. Coolidge reappointed David j. Lewis Democrat of Maryland to the commission for politics purposes but in bad before the appointment was made the Nebraska senator said till pro so Dent requested Laurie to give him a Blanket letter of resignation which the president would be authorized to execute at any time. Although Lewis refused to give the letter the senator added the appointment was made. Montana sheep Industry source of Laroe Revenue Wool and Lamb Sale brought nearly $20,000,000 in 1925. Co operative Effort urged by senator c. H. William. Continued on f a 2, column 2 it by the associated pres. Rome Jan. 18?Premier Mussolini today cast a Challenge at his opponents to openly Dot Bate their accusations of his complicity in the murder of the socialist Deputy Matteotti in the chamber of deputies tomorrow Matteotti was killed in june 1924. And his death has constituted the strongest weapon of the opponents of continued on Page 2. Column i carols abdication causing uprisings by the a or is Poi pre. Vienna Jan 16? reports a pvt reach d a it no that open agitation in Rumania for the refill of former Crown Prince Carol a led the rumanian Cabinet to proclaim martial Law in six District. Further reports have it hat numerous civil and military agitator Are favouring the imprisonment of Corol. Wool growers from All parts of the state were flocking into butt last night to take the Early train Thih morning for Boise Idaho to attend the annual National Wool growers convention and to lend their support to president cell. Williams and Frank it. Venable Secretary of the Butte chamber of Commerce in the Effort to bring the next National convention to Butte. Halt Lake. It has been reported will be a competitor for this Honor but in View of the fact that the american flock growers convention has already been voted to the mormon Capitol it it thought since the Stock growers a rid woo growers meet at till same time. Butt a chances Are Bright for securing the Wool growers convention. Quot it Means a great Deal to Butte and to the Montana Wool grower Quot senator Williams stated yesterday. Quot the Raj will be an attendance of not in a than Soo. Quot these visitors Are persons of mean. Those who can afford the trill Are the Only ones who attend such conventions Quot the expenditure of the three Drys convention can be safely estimated lit Lou for each visitor. Quot then there is the advantage of adverts no butt. Many Wool growers imagine that butt is still a mining Camp. It will he a great advantage to your City to dispel this View which explains Why the chamber of Commerce is sanding its Secretary to Boise to invite the Wool growers to meet in Butte. Quot we Fiock masters of Montana have a direct personal interest in having the National convention meet in this state. It will Aid us in our efforts to increase the membership of our state association and to accomplish much in the interest of the Small Wool grower. The Jorge flock Muster can take care of himself. Quot with regard to the Small woo y a a continued on fag 10. Column 4. A

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