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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                Hi fjast and portions 10 HOT ONB Wo wonder now far Babe Ruth can a goJt ball wltli bollbat and base hall with a golf ME 38 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO 1029 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1871 ater for Thousands of Acres Be Provided in Completion f Huge Project for Irrigation Side Collection Ditch for unicPoudre Company Built fountains Greeley Invest t Badly Needed arltably rapid progress Is being tv construction of the West ditch for the Laramle i irrigation of the project and visitors lob Who are acquainted with lenities of mountain ditch con are the speed kh the big ditch is making L from flie west portal of the jlePoudre tunnel to the Hawaii of visitors headed by of president of the and Charles f of Fort one of the or i ami large stockholders of the Construction vis jjob lies Parker and the fol rero in Garn Pr of Thomas president of the Greeley r of Frank tendent of the LaramlePoudre Iwilllam Bier engl charge of the met the from Greeley and Fort Collins f east portal of the Laramle tunnel and accompanied Ditch Line from West Portal lite the fact that a snow storm reatentng in the mountains the i went up the ditch line from t portal of the tunnel and then down the river to get a con iot the volume of flow of the land t5 see the ranch properties is 104 By automobile from Greeley to it portal of the 90 miles ere to the east and 14 there up the Cameron pass to Chambers lake and then the forestry road to west sffle collection ditch was j to be a Wfi season butlf there J fair weather until1 the ditch near leted that It can be the xcellent Progress Made ton arebuilding the ditch using a steam shovel with a id a quarter This arted work 8 and on faif days has made mucli as ear feet of ditch in a luge bucket cuts Its way Into nfl handles ground covered Iggerhead rocks with little On the side hill sections ause some difficulty but not re than was In flitch is costing considerably n the which was ork Nears Rapid Creek uction is nearly completed st portal to Rapid This two miles out of five miles but more than half of the Ground after rcek is There is 10 feet of ditch beyond Rapid eady built but subject to the tUoro cleaning ling the West Side ditch the oudre ditch company is tak ans that were abandoned In the GreeieyPoudre Irriga nct broke under the pressure on and financial Ditch la Essential lowing facts make it plain West Side or Rawah ditch Is nsly essential to the Greo project which has been ha oy the LaramlePoudre Irri mpany of which Barker ilted States supreme court isiln the ColoradoWyoming acre feet can be dl Wnually fromthe Laramte tie Poudre for the Greeley i Is thru a tunnel two and long thru Green moun ridge which separates iinle river from the Poudre The tunnel is high lip on pe while the biggest volume empties into the river thru mch join the river below of this condition ible to divert more than 5 feet of thru the tuu Iwntlnued on page 7 Baseball Today i Press J American League New York ft Philadelphia V Boston Washington National League Iftla IjPhla 3 1 Injured In Demonttratlon Associated Prexi per fs were Injured today when objected to singing of attempted to nesting ot members tho Steel uuzatlon had arrived here last night to Join the Cornell on Staff of Michigan Teachers Claire former director of freshmen studies at Colorado Teachers has accepted a pro fessorship in education at Michigan State Teachers college at Ypsilanti according to word here Mon Cornell recently leftGreeley for the east to visit his parents in New On way he stopped at Ypsilanti and was offered the posi Cornell was connected with the local Institution for three first as professor of education and later as director of freshmen coming to he was at Shaker He is a graduate of Nebraska University and received his graduate training at Lackey Killed by Husband Associated Press Canon who was home In the miles was killed by her divorced a The huS spught cpronerjs jury fpund T Lackeyslias been since the girlsbody was but was still at large Pirates Still In Running ABVociatod Pirates won the first game of a from 3 to and held on to their mathematical chance win the NationalLeague Had Pittsburgh Chicago would have clinched the flag beyond a State Spuds Have Future SaysGrissom in the mar wonders toward putting them on the menus thruout the the opinion Charles who learned to know what real spuds are wherfhe resided In Greeley nrany years the present time Gris soni lives at Idaho is generally recognized as largely responsible for putting Idaho potatoes before an exclusive buying public which the time Idaho stock to fancy tubers from Wis It is further the opinion of the po tato expert that Colorado can develop theflnest most deslred tato In the To accomplish ttiis result It Is for the state toadopt careful methods gradingarid packing thereby assuringeastern markets of an product when a car orColprado po tatoes reach wholesale Urging Shipping of Best Grissonvlsmodest in the matter of Denver Restaurant Keeper Shot by Estranged Husband f Associated Press Anna was shot and killed in her little at 1855 Champa street to day by her estranged who then turned the gun on himself and committed Brown jailed at the restaurant early today and after he had Brown told Claude employed at the restau that had threatened her Sayre went to a market for some on Ills return found the restaurant Thru a window he saw Browns Police were called and they found both A struggle evidently had preceded the killing as place was in Prohibition Agents Arrest Two Men in East Part of Weld pharging Elmer Dyer and Thomas Coughlln with possession and sale of liquor were filed In the justice court it Judge Florance In Greeley early Complaints were by federal prohibition It was said that the two men might also be proceeded against In the United States district Deputy sheriffs went to Fort Morgan Monday to bring Dyer and Coughlln to the county jail at Gree Fort Dyer and Thomas who were ar rested In Weld county near Fort Mor gan a liquor charge are expected to at the county jail in Greeley Federal officers and agents raided thefilling station owned by Coiigliu and operated by Five gallons of moonshine were ac cording to officers who made the ar Coughlin is the owner of Green City Service yellow station on the north side of the gan highway near the Deerfleld col Dyer operates the station for a half share of the raid was made by federal prohi bition agents and officers from the Morgan county sheriffs1 After a five gallons of moonshine was ifier In fluenceA of liquorwhen oftlfiera a The wo men had in thesale of liquor to mo torists using the highway it Is in Spud Crop Foretold in Newspaper Predictions of a big drop In tho Colorado crop resulting from the freeze of a week ago are featured in the 14 issue of the Kansas City Basingits rejort on advices from correspondents at Greeley the Packer which Is the Bible of the produce estimates that the Greeley crop will be under carloads as com pared to 6000 for the last season and that the ijan Luis valley may drop to near the low output of last sea Estimates of the Luis had varied from 7500 to 9000 Extracts from the Packer report In so far as It relates to Greeley fol low The yield ot potatoes from the late crop in northern Colorado Is expected to be considerably reduced as a re sult of a heavy frost on last Sunday whichcut down the tops of the vines and In some sections practically killed the Many of late planted Rurals were far from being and from present indications such potatoes will not make much further Other fields somewhat further in develop ment and It Is believed that with the grewtli wnlch can be made tho lower foliage of the that a moderate sized crop will still the crop as a whole for the entire district needed another two or three weeks and while the potatoes will still make some develop It is generally believed that a material cut in result from this unusually early Ordi killingfrosts are not experi enced in this section before the latter part ot September and tLls Is said to be one of the earliest frosts ever ex It is that the results of the frost will not be entire ly unfavorable to the While yields will undoubtedly be ship pers are already pointing out that quality likely will much In the pastr Greeley potatoes have contained much large with secpnd growth resulted from excessively and shippers be a crop of pbtatoes priceand that was well dereltfped before tho frostwill realizeas great a net return as they would have had the crop made its Man Held in Weld Jail To Be Tried in Brighton Charges of and possession usual be filed against the two In district They also believe that if the crop court at matures andis somewhat The pair were a part of a group of six taken by federal agents working with local enforcement officers Friday and Three pleaded guilty In Justice court and were Ma riano 63 years was fined and for being an ac cessory in the possession of beer with his Dan who was fined and no relation to the other was fmed 100 and costs for possession of two gallons of wine Third offensa charges will be filed against Emil 45 years of arrested on the highway Fort Morgan and Liquor was found in his car and Spangrud who driving while officers In Spangrud was sentencedas a second offense viola tor from Phillips and drew a term of to three years In Canon His auto has been Bodies of Six Are Recovered in Lake Associated Press Grand Whipped by a sharp wind that bleto in from off Lake Michigan today gave up the bodies of four more mem bers of the creiy of the Adaste which pounded to pieces m a storm a week the persons the freighter wlienshe left here for Chi cago last Monday have been ac counted two haying been picked The bodies recovered were those Joseph McCadSe of second mate and John An decU of 11 aa i i TJ i I WJL lUil his effortsinmaking Idaho one of the i and George Watt fireman of Grand great potato states of He On Saturday the bodies of started out a Inspector of perishables Ralph Wiley of Booth second engineer and Charles Brown of Grand first came for the Union Pacific on the Oregon Short It was tho work that ho did in forcingthe Inspection of pota toes and encouraging the loading of only the best for the eastern markets that resulted In the organization of the Idaho Falls Potato Growers This organization has built I up a reputation of quality for Idaho potatoes and has created a demand for the brand that brings the growers shipping thru theassociation a good premium on a guilty Last while growers In other Continued nn page 9 than usual there may be trouble from scab and other surface So while it Is probable that there will be considerable small sized stock to contend with from some of the late where development has been were still feel ing quite over This was especially true after the re lease of the government potato esti mateTuesday which Indi cated a crop even shorter than was 30 Counties Show Increase in Total Property Assessed LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 1 1 Wheat Barley Oats 16 to 75o to Denier Boy Killed by Car on Brighton Road Crossing Highway to Spend Penny for Refreshments Associated Fttu down by a speeding automobile ns skipped across the highway to a refreshment stand to spend a penny his mother had given Sammy whose parents live In was fatally Injured on the Brighton paved highway The child died as ho was being taken to a ot the driver of the drove his machine into a deep ditch in an attempt to avoidhitting the The fatality raised tho list of automobile fatalities In and near Denver to 55 since 13 counties still abstracts of 1929 pro perty valuations received by the state commission from the various coun ty tax assessors indicate that the total reported by the assessors this year will exceed that of 1928 by between C and 6 million Of the 50 counties that have report 30 show increased valuations arid 20 show losses from the 1928 The greatest Increase was shown by and all the coun surrounding Denver have report ed proportionate The other major Increases were El 170 Jeffersohi Larimer Has Decrease Larimer county lead In decreases With and Washington was next with both duo to de creases In land Other large losses reportedwere San The total valuation reported by the county assessors last year The tax commission examines each abstract and either approves It ormakes changes and then adds the respecUve countys share of the valua tion of for which the as sessed valuation Is fixed direct by the The total as recommend ed by the commission is then submit ted to the state board of equalization for final approval or No Criminal Cases Coming Up Before November Term District Judge Claude Coffin came from Fort Collins Monday to heat several motions on civil Ho ordered the district clerk to notify Jurors of the present panel to report for duty are several civil cases to be Judge Coffin said there would bo ho criminal casos tried befbra Jury earlier than the November There nro 26 Jurors left from the Jury The Judge does not in tend to call new Jurors for the re mainder of the present alias arrested by Deputy Sheriff Charles Hunter of the Wqld sheriff office in Jqrt Lupton last Monday will bo turned over to Adams county officials for it Was stated Sunday was arrested on a charge of He passed checks to which it is alleged ho affixed the name of Whiteside and then he cashed at the Whitney Hardware and Golden ftule both Ashtord Is said to have a record for forgeries1 In being before authorities at both Sheridan and Buf Deputy sheriff Hunter has col lected a large amount of evidence which will bo turned over to the Adams county officers In prosecuting the School Winners at Junior Fair Given in Completed List Tabulation been completed of the winners ot group or school awards In the school exhibits at the Junior fair last Individual winners grand prize winners in each class have been previously as well as group winners in Class Class A employing give or more teachers and doing four years of high school prizes dis tributed among seven Erie being big Erie took first in the following classes water bio logy mathematics note and general exhibit of handi Erie also took second In writ map literature Windsor took first in map history literature health and second in water colors and Gllcrest was first in nature book second In mathematics notbooks and genera exhibit ot Pierce placed second In nature Grover second in history Gill In biologynote books and Kersey second In health Class three or inbre and not in Class announce winners as foi Composition Big Bend Wyatt Peter Big Bend map Peter Au Valley View Peter Kuner general ex hibits in Big Peter Peter Brown and Auburn won first and second prizes of 5 and each as grand for the Naval Conference May Be Held a Month Later Associated Press Stimson said today recent develop ments might necessitate holding the proposed five power naval conference in January of The state department head ex plained the necessity of thorough pro portion might cause a postponement of previously announced Up to the present the thought of diplomatic and naval officials both here and London have been con fined to the AngloAmerican negotia tions to obtain a naval understanding between the United States and Great When looked from the broadest the calling of a parley in which the United Great France and Italy would it was realized that the opafations for the conference would take longer than had been Ditch Riderliiay Lose Arm After Accident Sunday Charles ditch rider for the Highland company at Highland was critically injured Sunday mbrniag when the charge of a 410 shotgun penetrated his right arm between the elbow the Tho bones of the arm were shattered and Brossnian suffered terribly from shbclc and loss ot Monday his condition was still Howell of Berthoud gave first and took the Injured man to the Longmont hos The shattered arm had not been amputated up to Monday noon but surgeons were skeptical about saving Brossman was starting to ride ditch and had his shotgun with him as he clambered into his light Tlio trigger caught on the edge of the seat and discharged the shell Into the upper 0 Another Weld county resident was taken to tho Longmont hospital for treatment to Injuries Ho was Leroy employe of the Purl tan He sustained a leg frac ture from a rock fall In the Man Killed and Fellow Worker Injured when Tank of Barium Boils Over at Johnstown Plant Hillquit Named Leader in Party NOTICE TO Greeley City Subscribers If the carrier falls to leave your call the otflco before 7 oclock and one will bo brought to PHONE 6 vreo PRESS MPRRIS HILUQUIT Associated Press New Hill of Now today was elected chairman of the socialist national committee to succeed the late Victor Berger of The new chairman wasa candidate for mayor of New York on the social ist ticket In has been interna tional secretary of the party and is known for his work as counselor for trade At todays meeting the national commute authorized its Clarence to discuss with so cialist parties in Mexi co and Central and South American countries the possibility of coordinat ing socialist labor activities as they to ques One of the aims of the dis cussion will be Jnarding what was called the Inroads of Amer ican For the timein its history the party plans to carry its fight sup port Into the south by organizing state in all southern David of a socialist was placed in charge of this The committee decided to offer Victor Berger membership in Its body to succeed her The sent to Governor Gardner of North resolu tlon to remind the governor that he took his oath of office to uphold the The resolution said the failure of the state of North Carolina to func tion effectively in the arrest and pun ishment of the capitalistkillers and mobsters Is significant and sinister contract to its promptness and zeal in and punishing the Evacuation Completed in Germany Press Interallied Rhineland high commis sion does not expect French troops to move into Wiesbaden as the British evacuate It next as was feared by the Wlesbanden population after a visit of French general staff officers to confer with General British in the Officials of the high commission declared today that even the removal of the commission itself to Wiesbaden is In doubt and that nothing has yet been The consensus of opinion among the officials was that the commission possibly will go to Wiesbaden and the French troops almost certainly British a familiar sight on the streets of this little mountain re sort for the past ten years disap peared almost entirely The commander of the soldiers in this locality withdrew all Tommies to their barracks while awaiting trans portation home during the Above all dont leave as was the word given out to British of ficers and This spirit of chivalry Is deeply ap preciated by tho inhabitants of the Spa who cherish no enmity toward tho soldiers who have occupied their tho they are naturally happy at the restitution of German sover For the first time In the pre war signs of apartments to let adorn the windows In the villa sec tion where British officers and their families had been As the first formal act ot evacua tion the British commanding officer today turned oVer to the federal prop erty custodian representing the Ger man such of requisition ed officers homes as had been al ready Largo Wool Crop More than pounds of wool handled by the South Dakota Coojperatlva Wool growers Uiia Prank Vial Rushed to Lpnginont Hospital After Accident at Sugar Factory Shock May Have Caused Death received when a tank of bar ium boiled over on him proved fatal to Frank employee of the Johns town sugar Sunday Harry a fellow re ceived severe but not serious burns at thesame According to of the accident Vial and Eaton were cleaning one bl the barium tanks at the Johnstown plant it boiled over at about oclock Sunday Vial was rushed to the Lohgmont hospital and died at about 7 Eaton was brought to the local hospital where his condition Is not considered He was burned about both legs and on the right superintendent of the stated Monday that Vial and Eaton were at an agitat ing tank which contained barium clinker in They were hav ing trouble with the solution and were on top of tjio tank when the solution We are convinced that either Inhaling of vapors or the shock rather than the burns caused Vials ho He added that Eaton is severely burned but is not danger of Sunday nights accident was tha first fatality in the history of the Johnstown Tho plant Is tha first factory of Its type in the United It reclaims sugar from low grade molasses collected from tho other plants of the While Vial badly burned all over the Matlack pt who attended him of the opinion that the man died more from shock than from the effects Ot tho Persons familiar with the burns caused by the boiling barium declared that the Injuries in such an accident as the one which occurred at would more severe than burns received from boiling recently1 moved to Johnstown to had formerly resided at He by a wife and three bodywas taken to Lovelaud by the funeral home of that Is a resident of He has a vflte and threemonthsold baby in that Johnstown has one of two bar llunv sugar factories operated in the It runs theyeararound refin ing sugar from molasses received from surrounding sugar factories during their regular runs of the Bar is used In place of calcium the refining process making it possible to get the sugar from the which before the installation of the plant at Johnstown largely used for stock Investigation of the death of Vial is up to the coroner of Boulder county as Vial died ai Factory officials have received no notice as yet as to whether an in quest will be The body of Vial was taken to the Rice mortuary at Mayor Houtchens Makes Long Trip Home Sunday Mayor Houtchens returned home late Sunday night from a sever al weeks visit with relatives in anilis again at his office Mayor Houtchens visited in Fort and as well as in He made a 600 mllo drive Sunday to reach home shortly before He left which is about 89 miles southwest of early driving to Texllne by After a short stop for lunch he resumed his trip and made the approximately 400 miles remaining of his journey by Sunday Morse and GiU Injured in Auto Spill on Saturday Two of Greeleys best known resi Gill and were painfully Injured in an auto mobile accident which occurred one and one half miles west ot Brlggsdale on the road Saturday at about Gill sustained cuts about his face and a deep gash in Ills He is confined to hia but his injuries are not considered Morse sustained a cut in the side of the face that required 16 stitches to Tho cut threatened one eye but the sight has apparently not been Morse was able to Vallc from his homo to the doctors office The two men were driving west on the Double Six when tha steering gear of their sedan apparently failed and the car careened Info Most of tlie Injuries were the result flying Employes ot the Maynard Cnss garage nt Brlggsdale gave Tho Injured men were taken to tho Gree ley hospital but were later removed to their Tho mitomobllo wai quite severely   

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