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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte monday morning december 12, 1932threat of War is heard As result of great Britain a ultimatum to Persia fuel Supply of Best in club 110. S. Turns Down newly elected new York j Buttell a in is Dillon u. S. Bonds make Navy imperilled i work j debt red promised Relief Advance in week Low Money rates. More inquiries help Market for Bonds. British note brings Quick reply from Stimson and Mills. Hope for break in severe cold spell Given by forecasters. At present there Are four houses in the City which retain the lights of former mayors. Usually a House must be torn Down or remodeler into a Delicatessen store before the department of Street lighting will Send someone around to remove the lights. When former mayor John f. Hylan moved out to Forest Hills a few years ago the lamps followed right after him. The oldest set of lamps stands in front of the House once occupied by mayor a. S. Hewitt. They were first lighted in 1887. Another pair which have been burning since 11 00 stand in front of the Home of former mayor Hugh j. Tyrant. The most recently installed lamps went into service in 1025 in front of James j. Walker s Home. Aside from Mckee Only two mayors went lamp less. Robert a. Van Wyck entering office in 185 8, said the custom had outlived its usefulness and refused to submit to it. Mavor John Purroy Mitchel like Mckee lived in an apartment House and the cite could see no sense in honouring All the other tenants too. New Vork dec. sentimental air pervades the department of Street lighting these Days it is getting ready to perform a solemn rite preparing to install a pair of lamps in front of the House at 252 West 105th Street As soon As its occupant John p. Of Brien is sworn in As mayor. In accordance with hoary tradition they Are to help the mayor find his Way Home at night and to guide the Steps of after dark visitors. No lamps were set up in front of the Home of acting mayor Joseph v. Mckee because he happened to Jive in an apartment House which already had very satisfactory lamps outside. The custom goes Back to the Days of Early dutch settlers before new York even had a mayor and Long before any attempt had been made at Street lighting. When the burgomaster went Home he would be escorted by a pair of lantern hearers. These dignitaries after seeing him safely through the door would hang their lanterns outside As a warning to night revellers that his Honor had retired and wished to be left in peace. Oil Concession expected to be referred to arbitration court. Continued from Page i instead the new note dispatched to Washington this evening says the remittance is to be treated As Quot a capital payment of which account should be taken in any final the decision to pay in Gold was taken it was stated since a under the circumstances this would of the least prejudicial of methods now in its first paragraph the document expresses the pleasure of the British government that a the United states government welcomes the suggestion for close examination Quot of the War debts problem. Further the note urges a the importance of an Early Exchange of views with the object of concluding the proposed discussion before june 15 next in order to obviate the risk of a general breakdown of existing intergovernmental the note makes no attempt to answer figures for argument set Forth in Secretary of state Stern songs note of last thursday. Rather it merely states that these pointy will be answered when the nations get together and great Britain a demand for scaling Down War debts is presented. High governmental circles asked if they had considered that Congress might be unwilling to accept payment if accompanied by the stipulations of tile character outlined in today a note answered that they did not believe the situation would arise. It was jointed out that a tile present communication will Deal Only with the last jux ortion of the United states governments note which relates to the immediate question of payment on dec. 15.�?� continued from Page 1> great fails the warmest with 8 above. Other reports showed the follow i ing towns with temperatures All above Zero great Falls 5 Cascade. 6 Belt 2 Dutton 2 Choteau 4 Thompson Falls 2. Those reporting below Zero temperatures were Norris 20 Whitehall to Hebgen dam la Mystic Lake 4 Columbus 4 stromber 20 Bridger 15 Piedmont la Anaconda 17 Helena. To Basin 21 Marysville to Martinsdale 18 Harlowton to big Sandy 8 Ches i Ter. 8 Harlem 8 Glasgow 12 Townsend. 18 Deer Lodge. 18 Livingston la Bozeman 15 Belgrade 20 Madison 7 Flint Creek. 13 Gold Creek. 21 Missoula. 3 three Forks 18 Ruby 20 Washoe 20. State suffers. Helena dec. a the sixth successive Day of subzero weather in Montana was recorded today. Although the Mercury climbed slowly yesterday it slipped downward again today. A report from Georgetown Lake near Anaconda said the thermometer stood at 40 below Zero there at la a. In. At great Falls the weather moderated two 2 degrees above Zero this it afternoon but grew colder As night came and a Strong Southwest wind whipped Snow into drifts. Mos Points reported Clear skies the cold wave swept Down out of Canada Early last week and an j indication that some Relief might be expected was seen in the maximum Reading of 22 above Zero recorded at Calgary Alta also the i weather forecaster promised a Rise in the temperature tomorrow and tuesday. Coed in c Alifornia. San Francisco. Dec. a general snowstorm accompanied by All time record Low temperatures. Descended upon the Northern California coast and the san Joaquin a Valley today. The Mercury registered 27 degrees at the u. S. Weather Bureau station in san Francisco shortly before noon and the Snow cascaded in i huge flakes Over the downtown business District. The weather by i Reau said it was the coldest in the 62 years records have been kept. The previous record of 29 degrees was recorded in january 1888. New York dec. Money rates and better investment inquiry kept the Home fires burning in the Bond Market last week. While the averages showed Little or no Progress. United states government securities and Best Grade Utility obligations gave a Sterling performance with a number of these issues advancing fractionally to new High prices for the year. The Federal list was especially spurred by the Treasury a december financing terms which involved an offering of one year certificates on an interest basis of \ of one per cent the lowest known rate in history for this class on paper. Treasury 3s and 31 a were heavily traded on the theory that great Britain under the debt funding terms probably would use these maturities As part payment of her War loan instalment due thursday. Monthly figures of the new York Stock Exchange revealed that during november Bonds took a rather severe trouncing losing $1,412,743,-930 in Market value. Secondary Loans of All categories were highly irregular most of them moving in the same Range As stocks. Foreign Dollar Loans were a trifle mixed although improvement was recorded by a number of this group. French 7h>s, in the face of foreign debt squabbling and weakness of the franc advanced to new 1932 High records. British o a also steadied. Members of Norma col lege y. W. C. A. To give Holiday skit. London dec. up a threat of War As a result of the controversy Between great Britain and Persia Over the Anglo persian Oil Concession was being widely discussed in London today As the nation entered a fateful week in diplomatic relations. Next thursday is the Day on which under the ultimatum delivered to Persia last week the cancellation of the Oil Concession must be withdrawn. It is the same Day on which Britain will meet its War debt payment to the United states. Reynolds weekly today carried a Banner line article declaring that the persian dispute May Lead to War a a because the British Navy a Luel Supply is Persia is expected to reply to the British ultimatum before thursday suggesting a resumption of negotiations. If Persia ignores the ultimatum however. Great Britain undoubtedly will refer the controversy to the permanent court of International Justice. A an a incident a a and they Are so easily arranged such As interference by persian malcontents with British nationals in Persia would easily afford the pretext for Arm d intervention by British ships and troops a the newspaper said adding that air planes could be rushed swiftly from Iraq India Palestine and Egypt. Talk of the possibility of War is being heard in Moscow according to reports reaching London today. Dillon dec. special a members of the Montana state Normal College y. W. C. A. Will present a Christmas play a the Littlest Shepherd a As a feature of the Winter Quarter commencement program at the College auditorium wednesday morning. The cast will be As follows Reader Anna Mautz Little girl Alberta Johnson David Rose Lowney Angel of god. Frances Provo Mary Helen Bayers Joseph. Dorothy Somerville the Wise men Edith Schoenek Mae Phillips and Ethel Orso three shepherds Lillian Talbott Doris Billington and Mary e. Bridgman Carol singers Catherine Murphy and Sarah Mcmahon. Three Bachelor of education degrees and seven two year diplomas will be conferred by president Sheldon e. Davis. Building contracts make Large increase Holiday Trade Good. Dillon dec. 11 a special a Dillon and surrounding country continued tonight in the grip of the cold wave which swept Down from the North last tuesday night. Thermometers of the City registered As Low As 35 degrees below Zero last night and Rose Only about to the 10-below Mark today. At 6 30 o clock tonight the temperature had fallen again to 20 below Zero. Bannack. 20 Miles West of Dillon reported a minimum of 52 degrees below Zero last night. Esther Milus. Because of her general club achievements leadership attitude and interest and her clothing exhibit at the Midland Empire fair miss Mills Cascade girl has been selected As the outstanding 4-11 club worker in the state. Columbia Floral co. Funeral wreaths sprays designs 47 West Broadways phone 4142 Columbia gardens Flowers Anaconda Bureau Public indignation in France High Over United states stand Butte death notices continued from Page i new note to the american government will be drafted to be sent to Washington at the time the payment is made. The note will discuss the exact method of payment and will set Forth the reservations France will make. These reservations will stipulate that the United states shall agree to take part in a world conference for revision of intergovernmental debts. Hostility aroused Paris dec. jib�? the first reaction Here to the United states note rejecting great Britain a conditions for making its december 15 debt payment was unfavourable. The american note appeared to have created hostility and to have stiffened opposition to the Effort which Premier Herriot will make monday in the chamber of deputies to gain approval for necessary credits to make the French debt payment. Molignoni the remains of the late mrs. John Molignoni will be removed from the Richards funeral Home this afternoon to the family residence at Rocker where the funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o clock proceeding to the St. Patrick s Church where requiem High mass will be celebrated at 9 30 a. In. Interment Iii the holy Cross cemetery. Dillon. Dec. 11.�? special a officers were elected and installed by Dillon Lodge no. 16, a. F. And a. Saturday night. Elmo Wynn was elected worshipful master. Matt Kau. S. A Willard Shaffner j. W. Bert Meg quire s. D. Harris Opp j. D August Schroeder. S. A Loren Spencer j. S. George w. Dart Secretary h l. Mccaleb treasurer and Amos Elliott Tyler. Prohibitionists to appear at hearing of House committee. General storm. Chicago dec. up one of the most widespread snowstorms in years spread a heavy White Blanket from new York to san Francisco tonight and notified the whole country that Winter is Here. In Ohio the storm reached blizzard proportions and imprisoned four men on a tiny Island from which they could not escape until the winds subsided. Chicago had heavy snowfall All Day and Lay tonight under a White Blanket several inches deep. Snow began falling again in new York this afternoon after a Lull. Continued from Page i Tom love dry political Leader of Dallas Texas Are tin witnesses set to voice opposition to the Beer Bill before the ways and Means committee tomorrow. Calling on their chieftains for their concluding arguments tuesday the Drys will present or. F. Scott Mcbride superintendent of the anti Saloon league mrs. Kila a. Boole president of the women Christian Temperance Union and Bishop James Cannonjr. Of the methodist episcopal Church. South. Deets Pickett of Washington will represent the Board of Temperance prohibition and Public morals of the methodist episcopal Church. Beer and wine proponents had four Days in which to make their arguments and concluded their Case late yesterday. Anaconda. Dec. 11.�? special it a the most extensive night school for adults Ever organized in Anaconda is assured for next year As the result. Of the enrolment of 12 5 men and women in seven if the nine courses offered according to s. I. Rice principal of to a it Anaconda High school who conducted registration last week. Another of it or Unity will be afforded local residents to join the classes when registration for the English Industrial science and commercial courses will be conducted again tomorrow afternoon at the High school from 4 to 6 of clock. The 126 persons enrolled Are exclusive of those who plan to take the two courses being offered in the Home economics department. Jos. Richards inc funeral Home old time Monida rancher succumbs Fred i. Root George t. Wade Telephone 7282 15 s. Montana Street Dillon. Dec. special a Ernest Halverson Well known Mon Ida rancher passed away at his ranch Home Friday evening. The body was brought to Dillon yesterday and was forwarded today to Hyram Utah where the funeral will be held. Is. Halverson was 53 years of age and had lived in the Monida Section for about 30 years. Kelly the funeral of the late Mary Patricia Kelly will take place at the Daly Shea mortuary this monday morning at 9 of clock. Solemn requiem High mass will be celebrated in immaculate Conception Church at 9 30. Interment in the family plot St. Patrick a cemetery. Funds needed for boy scouts raised Marseilles. Prance. Doc. Ill rpm a mail plane belonging to the Toulouse South american line was found destroyed today with two occupants dead two Miles from Salute Marie in Delamer department. The dead were chief Pilot Simon of Barcelona and a passenger named e. Segue. The air plane disappeared after making a visit to Marseilles and was returning to Barcelona. Driscoll the funeral of the late Jeremiah Jerry Driscoll will take place at the Daly Shea mortuary tomorrow tuesday morning at 9 of clock. Requiem High mass will be celebrated in immaculate Conception Church at 9 30. Interment in holy Cross cemetery. Success Doub i Ful. Washington i too. Lamp the Roosevelt proud Botlon farm Relief program is to be thrown squarely before Congress this week by the democratic leadership but the goal of fulfilment before March 4 adjournment is still clouded in doubt the ideas of governor Roosevelt for a imm Relief measure at this session Are expected to appear in a Bill to be Laid before the House agriculture committee on tuesday. Chairman Jones will consult tomorrow with Tho representatives of organized agriculture on the legislation. Vetoes loom. While democratic leaders Are confident of the votes for measures legalizing Beer with its accompanying tax and for farm Relief there is every indication these proposals will clash with the views of president Hoover and vetoes of both Are seen As probable. Thus looms the pros a Yective Jam on Capitol Hill that is i Likely to Force a special session of the new Congress Early next Spring. Tho recommendations of the Hoover administration for a sales tax and an additional la per cent pay Cut for government workers Are re reviving slight attention. The House tomorrow takes up the first of the annual Supply Bills car-1 trying the funds for next year s expenditures on the Treasury and Post office departments. Economy gets its first test in this j legislation the Bill has been Cut j i below a billion dollars for the first1 time in years but the Hoover pay Cut plan was not included by the committee in reporting the measure out. Dillon. Dec. it special �?1the $500 fund necessary to carry on the boy scout organization in Dillon during the next year has been raised the Central committee stated saturday. Continued from Page 1> survived by two daughters. Mrs. Burton Matthews and miss Marilyn Smith and a son. David Smith All of Missoula. He was a member of the masons. Knights Templar Royal Arch masons and the shrine. Masonic funeral services will be held wednesday. Or. Smith was prominent in civic affairs Here and served As president of the chamber of Commerce and the kiwanis club and was identified with other civic organizations of Missoula and Western Montana. Of liquor Law violators to to free wednesday Anaconda. Dec. La special a when wind blew a garage door open saturday evening Frank w. Vanderhule. Alderman of the first Ward. Split his Index Finger and Cut off the end of his second Finger. Alderman Vanderhule was chopping Wood near the door. He ran across one piece with a knot in. The Wood failed to give and he swung with All his strength. As he was bringing the axe Down the door flew open deflected the axe and caused it to strike Vanderhulse fingers. Daly Shea co. Mortuary Home ii s. Idaho Fhone 3981 Home at Dillon damaged by fire san Francisco. Dec. i i jail doors will swing open for 200 state liquor Law violators wednesday. When pardons Are issued by governor James Rolph jr., he said tonight. Dillon dec. special a flames originating in a defective flue caused material damage at the Home of Carl Hanson on the Southern outskirts of Dillon saturday afternoon. The Dillon Volunteer fire department ran out Over a Quarter mile of Hose and by its Quick response to the alarm saved the residence from Complete destruction. Attention. Butte aerie. No. La. F. O. members Are hereby requested to meet tins monday afternoon at the Rose room of he Merrill mortuary at 2 o clock when services will be conducted for our late brother Albert c. Foster. By order of the president. Foster the funeral of the late Albert c. Faster will take place this monday afternoon from the Rose room of the Merrill mortuary it 2 of clock under the auspices of Butte aerie f. O. E. Interment in mount Moriah cemetery. Bernardsville. N. J. Dec. La. Top a two officers of the new Jersey National guard were killed today when their air plane crashed in an Apple Orchard. The plane evidently in trouble and living Low. Struck a tree top. Careened against another tree some Quarter of a mile away and crashed. It immediately burst into flames trapping second lieutenant Guy k. Rudd. 38. And sergeant Robert William Juneman 35. English classes will be resumed metals Bank end Trust co. Butte. Montana every banking service account for firm. And individuals Fruats. Investments. Securities. For Elton . Drafts. Money order and safety Deposit vaults savings accounts announcement was made yesterday by j g. Ragsdale superintendent of schools that mrs. J. L. Boardman would resume her night classes in English tonight at Butte High school. This class was temporarily suspended two weeks ago when mrs. Boardman was ill. It is Given under the auspices of the Butte rotary club for the Benefit of foreign born residents with classes each monday and wednesday evening. Dillon notes. Dillon. Dee. special a tile Dillon rotary club will hold it regular meeting at the Andrus hotel dining room tomorrow night. Mrs. E. G free and sister miss Mary Louise White left recently for Chicago where they will spend a few months. Mispah chapter. Order of the Eastern Star will elect officers at its meeting tuesday night. Montanans visiting Chicago dec. La i Spencer i. Rudd Secretary to former congressman Andrew j. Volstead of Minnesota killed himself today. His body was found under a Heap of Snow in Lincoln Park. A .22 Caliper revolver was found still clutched in Rudds right hand and in his pocket was a note Reading a to the Coroner in not in any Way hold my wife or Mother in Law for this. Sick in mind and body All Over. My head buzzing All the time so i can t Hope to be a support to my wife. I must not be a floods endanger portugese area Pereyr the funeral of the late Emile Percy will like place this monday afternoon from the presbyterian Church in Phili Josburg at 2 of clock. Interment in Philipsburg cemetery. At the Finlen a. F. Erwin. Dillon c. K. Baker l. A. Baker. Great Falls or. And mrs. J. O. Young Yellowstone Park v. T. Loch Ridge l. A. Dixon Missoula mrs. James Aiken Harlowton at Hie arizonan a. Duncan. Billings ii. C. Ellsworth. Great Falls. At the grand a. Brook Whitehall mrs. F. E. Richards St. Ignatius. At the Leggatt a. O. Mcdonald. Missoula l. A. Capehart Wisdom. At the butter a. L. Lippett. Deer Lodge or. And mrs. Chris Christenson. J. Mikkelson. Alder. At the Acoma John Doyle Helena e. G. Livingston Sheridan. A. R. Arens Missoula. Lisbon. Portugal. Dec. exceptionally heavy Rains throughout Portugal have been causing floods of the Douro and North Tagus Rivers in the Southern part of the country. The Tagus was out of it Bank 55 Miles from Here. And if the Rains should persist the floods Are expected to cause great damage. Attention Silver Bow Post. No. I. American members Are requested to meet at the american legion Hall tomorrow tuesday morning at 8 30, to attend the funeral of our late Comrade John l. Healey. By order of the commander. Healey the funeral of the late John l. Healey will take place tomorrow tuesday morning from the family residence 426 East Galena Street at 9 of clock proceeding to sacred heart Church where requiem High mass will be celebrated at 9 30. Interment in holy Cross cemetery. T prime natures by the associated pre maximum a minimum. A ask your neighbor Quot what is the metropolitan life insurance company a if he can t Tell you. You Tell him that in it More than 27.000 000 people i one fifth of the population of the United states and Canada have joined together for Mutual Protection and they form the worlds biggest life insurance company. The metropolitan is not a private concern is not a closed corporation but it is a Mutual insurance company grown to such proportions both in size and in Good works that it has become a Public institution. You can hear the remarkable Story of the metropolitan from in other cities. Max. Min. Tree Havre. A 6helena. A 9 �?21kalispell. 2t. Miles City a to. Boise. To t. Calgary. 22 08 los Angeles 46 .42 Omaha. To of Portland. St Paul .14 Salt Lake City 14 .04 san Diego 56 .02 san Francisco 34 .02 Seattle. 30 Spokane. 18mill Mon _ 8y Yellowstone pm a 6 pre in Itati a Fer the 12 hours ended at 6 p. In from Washington 1. p. St. Clair of Hie United states department of agriculture was a guest at the Finlen hotel last night he registered from Washington d. C. Topeka. Kas dec. pee a Morgan Salesman stepped Back m chivalrous manner to permit a woman to Board a Street car ahead of him. As he stepped one foot slipped and he fell fracturing a leg Morgan left the Corner in an ambulance. Helena. It c. Pic mrs. Cora Edgerton. 65. Widow of John Edgerton for Many years Secretary of the Montana taxpayers association and prominently identified with Montana political affairs died today in Winnipeg. Man., where she was visiting a daughter. Mrs. Edgerton born at Cherryvale Kau., had lived Here for 36 years. It was not known Here that she had been ill. The body will be brought to Helena for burial. She is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Leroy Beveridge of Helena and mrs. G. B. Christensen of Winnipeg Whites funeral Home f Unera i directors and i Kim is 807 West Park strict new dial phone no. So a youth is rescued Froh old Crater Curtis in this City Charles e. Curtis aged 46 years died at the family residence 1819 Stewart Street after a lingering illness. The remains May be viewed in the state room of the Merrill mortuary pending funeral arrangements. Fog prevents Grid game. Memphis. Tenn., dec. 11.-Hup a heavy fog caused postponement today of the professional football game to be played for Charity Between the Memphis tigers and Chicago cardinals the game is now slated to be played tuesday night end Ernie never former All american brought her to play with Memphis will be held Over. Elpaso. Texas dec. vp�? Berlyn Brixner. 21. Was rescued unconscious tonight from the 250-foot level of an extinct volcanic Crater near Lanark n. M., 20 Miles North of Elpaso. He fell into the Crater while on an exploring expedition. Rescuers said they believed he might live. Sherman amp Reed funeral directors 131 e. Broadway phone 3221 Merrill mortuaries inc. Gateway Branch. Pat r. Gagner. Mgr. Phone 3239 213 a Montana St Larry Duggan Telephone Tifi open a and a left sol Noi to main undertaker Aud embalmer

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