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Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1929, Greeley, Colorado THE GREELEY HOT ONE A new postage stamp commemorates the Bat tle of Fallen Wouldnt it arousa more universal interest to dedicate one to the Battle Fallen Arches ME 39 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO 1929 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABM3HED 187U ecking of rug Traffic s Possibility h Suggest To ijuota of Narcotics Each n t r y May Manufacture uo Would Make Proposal Associated Press va The British deloat the league of nations assemav presented a proposal which rded here as marking a great the fight to limit the mane and to check illegal traffic erous oroposal designed to international agreement for Utrol and limitation of morphine and cocaine nearded as representing a cornreversal by the labor the late Baldwin governments on the question of limitation new British position was anj to the assemblys committee mnltarian and questions member of nservative government had doto enter agreement seeking t the manufacture ot narcotics lays pronouncement was hailed mat victory by persons and 13 Interested in the control and islon of illicit traffic in narBrltlsh recommendation is that igue council invite the governi countries in which narcoticsInufactured to confer as to the Mty of reaching an agreement 1 total amount of each ot the forms to be manufactured anUnd as to the quota of each ese countries should manufacbsolution further suggests that feguiff advisory committee on continue to study the question partlcuarly with1 reference to hat would be necessary in the tot factories being established hides not at present mew attitude adopted by Great 1 brings her into accord with jtlie United Canada and jnost of the governments conI have approval of 11 regarding the move toward Germany and Switzerland clng their support fetish resolution initiative in la conference the states is in the leagues council jl workers here were jubilant fcs calling it the jactkal step to bring together jcturlng countries in a round BntOTPrre to deal wiih the quesi the total world manufacture ft total world medical Commissioners Leave for Road Demonstration in Iowa To Get Information on Black Top order to get the latest intormatipn about black top road surfacing mixtures at first hand County Commissioners William Clark and James Ogllvle leave La Salle Tuesday evening for Cedar to attend a road The commissioners will attend a road building demonstration given by the Iowa Machinery company which manufactures Cedar Rapids crushing and mixing All expenses of the trip will be paid by the machinery About 20 Colorado road men are in the party as guests of tho Cedar Rapids The commissioners will see a half mile of black top road built as a demonstration and will also see stretches of road that have been subjected to heavy The Weld county men are thoroly interested as they realize there is a big need for a waterproof surfacing for many miles of road that the state or county cannot afford to cover with Hearings in Civil Beans Start High at Briggsdale The first car of pinto beans was being loaded a1 Briggsdale Monday with George Sweet the farmers a hundred on recleaned Frank SchermeT and Joe Reed dre filling the first car Reed states that his beans are thresh ing from 9 to 10 bushels to the acre There Is acreage of good beans around according to buy ers and The high Inltia price has caused much excitemen Competition among buyers for first car caused the were preliminary hearings on a number ot civil cases before Judge Claude Coffin in district court MondayCase of the Greeley Gas Fuel company and others versus Charles a review of a long standing claim for compensation under the worklngmens compensation law was set for trial before the court without jury for In the divorce suit pf Ruby Blick versus Blick an order was entered directing the defendant to make payments to Charles attorney for the the damage of Maudena Lemons Whittenburg against Kurland Motor company and others for personal injury In an automobile wreck demurrers of defendants were Motions of defense to make more specific and to Strike sections of the complaint were granted in part and overruled in Motion for a physical examination of the plaintiff by the defense was granted and Knowles was Demurrer of the defense was overruled In the case of Julia Newton versus a money demand A receivership was allowed in the foreclosure suit of Richard Carroll against Marlon Porter and Carroll was appointed receiver and ordered to give bond for A decree was entered for the plaintiff in the quiet title of CalvinFleming against Palmer and Pinto beans on the Sam Crowley place have been threshing out 35 bushels or pounds to the The beans are selling at Milllken at a hundred Despite some frost damage there are many bean fields in the Milliken dis trict that are estimated as good for 100 to 130 an acre gross return Some fields are estimated as yielding from 40 to 45 bushels to the and Reynolds Elected To Chest Board and Hubor Reynolds were Monday night elected to serve as members of the Greeley community chest taking the places made vacant by D Armentrout who declinedreelection and George who said hefwaj unable to accept Robert Hanna presided at the session and named John Rednlan and Swan to serve with him on a committees to submit a list of nominations for vice presi dent and treasurer at the next meet ing to be held next Monday evening starting at Fatality Unavoidable Under Present Man Elected to Office in State Group Associated Press K Simp today was elected pres ident of the Colorado Rabbit and Cavy Breeders at a meet ing in conjunction with the annual ex hibit at the state Other officers include W first vice president Colorado sec ond vice president and Griffith secretary and The association has more than 501 rabbits and cavies on exhibition at the Unavoidable under present was the verdict returned by a coroners jury sitting in the case of the death of Frank Johnstown sugar factory employee who died as a result of burns received Sunday afternoon at the barium process plant of the Great Western Sugar Harry whowas working with Vial at the time of accident was taken to the Greeley hospital where it was reported Monday night that he was getting along as well as could be expectedThe tank which boiled over did so for causes unknown to the operators and chemists of the Coroner Weaver impanelled a jury of six at Johnstown and investigated the accident The men who were on the jury were Sam Bd John Clingenpeel and After taking evidence and looking over the conditions at the factory the jury went to Loveland to view the body of the The death according to the jury was thesuperheated barium mixture that overflowed from the Previous to the fatal accident there had been trouble the solution and Vial and Baton were on top of the tank when the accident Company officials and the attending physician state that it is probable that death was caused from shock as much as from the burns that were Baton lives In Milllken and a wife and months old baby residing Vials body was taken after his death in the Longmont He is survived by a widow and three He was resident of Johnstown at the time of his death having moved there recently front The fatality was the first ono that has occurred at the Johnstown plant since it began operating three years I Masons Attending Ige Sessions in Imbei1 nf local people are at1 the Grand Lodge meetings in Denver this for the entire week or for a The sessions will como to election of officersfriday Those from chapter are Delfclfred Riley and Frank for Liquor Possession and Sale Sentences in district court Tues day morning included those in the cases ot Elmer Dyer and Thomas arrested In Weld county near Fort charged with pos session and sale of Dyer was sentenced to pay a fine be sides given a 30day sen Coughlin was fined Ihton Man Buys fee Cattle Ranch Milliken One of the near Milllken changed the week when James of Fort Collins sold his the Glendale Stock Ranch Hessler of the Brighton contains 370 acres of situated two miles southBown along the Union Pacific the junction station Bat one time this land conslstB one of them being Batag lying north of the other with some upland bottom land with wild BPUmty ot grazing lymy ts the east and south of Platte River place Is under the HillsBk the other has a river Adams of Greeley original owner of the upper Morris owned the This was Soine 22 years the Union Pacific built its Into the sold his ranch to who his family f a tew He then sold in the place to James death of the formers interest intention of making a stock m of the as well as A large barn and were built on the and extensive cattle on for a number of with lived in Milllken at that moved to Fort Lake Low This Time of Year lake is near empty is usual at this tlrno of the The Sky Line ditch1 is stillcarrying a con slderableJloyr of water into the lake but a was being dis charged The bottom of the lake except for the fleep holes and channels was visible Irrigationmen who were at the lake Sundiy ishowed Greeley visitors an interesting but little fact about the lake Years ago Chambers lake and the streams which come in from the west and south to feed it undoubtedly drained down the Laramie valley into the North Platte Then at some time a huge slide closed the outlet to the Laramie and forced the lake and Its feeders to find outlet down tho This slide which occurred before the recorded history of tho country began had an Important and beneficial effect on the Poudre However if nature had not accomplished the diversion with a slide a man made barrier would have eventually been built for tho same Robbery in Collins on 17 The fourth highway robbery In Fort Collins without an arrest occurred late Sunday Henry of 1412 West Mountain avenue was held up by two armed men and robbed of The two men drove up to Henry In what he believed was an old Ford roadster with delivery Police have no clues to the series of robberies which have come in BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 17 the place was getting I In two instances victims J fthlch resulted in the Ssler with his family plan he ranch and farm it Wilson of Milllken have been slugged and left partially Ono a 17 year did had a diamond ring stripped from a finger after she had been struck over the 1 1 Wheat EJarloy Oats Beans to Down First Tariff Item Amendment To Have AH Im ported Articles Marked with Countrys Name Rejected 38 to 26 Democrats Oppose Associated Press senate today rejected 38 to the first com mittee amendment to the tariff bill which would have required practical ly all imported articles to be marked in a conspicuous place with the country of The the first in the senate on the tariff seven republicans joining 31 demo crats in Senator Penn was among those voting against the but he moved a contending most of the membership did not know what they were voting BY HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer differences over the tariff reached fever heat In the senate today as Sen ators of and of clashed over the treat ment accorded agriculture and Indus try in the pending revision As spokesman for the republican In dependent group Borah told the sen ate the measure was far out ot Hue with the pledges made to agriculture by both parties in thelast that farm products were inadequately provided for and that increases pro posed farm rates would be more than offset by raises in industrial Reed Defends Measure Reed denied the bill violated re publican tariff He cited President Hoovers message referring to the need of protecting lagging man ufacturing as well as agri and republicans on the finance committee had rewritten the house measure upon the theory that all Americans The unheralded speech of the Idahoan camsat a point in considera tion of committee amendments to the administrative sections of the when suohja inoye was least L It the dissatisfac and northwestern farm state the Ear Senator Ore had announced he would confer with other senators from the north west over the treatment accorded lum fruit and nuts in the Denies Justice for Agriculture This said is not exe cuted in justice to the agricultural in Some ot us believe the time is at hand when agriculture must take a stand if it to benefit from the protective tariff Borah agreed the farmers got all they asked for in the FordneyMcCum ber tariff act of but those repre senting he made the mis take of acquiescing at the same time to Increases in industrial The disparity between agriculture and industry resulting from that he would bo continued by the pending Cites Steel Profits With industrial profits with exports andimports he we have on the other hand the constantly fall Ing Income and profits of He placed tho earnings of the steel Industry for the first six months of 1929 at 80 per cent above the corres ponding period of 1928 and said this is the condition of an industry which has asked and is receiving additional protection in this Rising in defense of the Sena tor Reed said any one who worked on a tariff bill must expect some criti but it was time to call a halt when the complaint dealt primarily with generalities and few specific Contends Pledges Upheld We hear an abundance of he Pretended conversations are recited indicating callousness on our part toward the I want to1 assure the he looking at that ho republican pledge has been forgotten In this He thereupon read from party pro nouncements that suffering industries as well as depressed agriculture should be giventariff aid and said It was only on that principle that the tariff framers worked in proposing He cited the metals scheduled as an example where rates not only lowered below those recommended by tho house but under present No farmer on earth has the com forts and luxuries that the American farmer has he mention ing paved radios and electric Pueblo Ball Franchise Sold fran chise In the Western League has been sold by Spencer Abbott to Charles Punblo business Abbott announced Lee is reported to have held a mortgage on the club when It went into a slump this season and attendance dropped Lee has not announced if he will leave the franchise here or sell August Gralideo Dies August died in Greeley He is survived by two sons who live at The body will be shipped to No services will be held in Open Season on Pheasants in Weld this Fall Will Be Discussed in Meeting of Farmers and Izaak Waltonites Do Wold county people want an open season on pheasants this fall This question will bo thoroly discussed at a meeting to be hold under Izaak Walton League auspices at hall hero Friday eve ning at 8 Officers of the league are urging farmers to attend the meeting and frankly express their views either for or Against the open sea State Game Commissioner Parvln will attend the Considerable opposition is being expressed against the proposed The fact that Weld county Is the only county to open makes it Certain that hunters from Denver and other places outbidu the county will swarm Many are preparing to post their land and are fearful of loss of stock from the firearms of League officers say they want to have the subject thoroly and fairly discussed before they take any formal action on the Propose of Air at Kansas City Associated Prcsal Kansas proposal the creation ot a governmental body similar to the interstate com merce commission to regulate air transportation was submitted to the national air traffic conference here today by Brie presi dent of the Southwest Aid Fast ex The air transport executive sug gested that the conference go on record as favoring some effective form of regulation of air freight and mall transport and then provide congress with the necessary data to obtain Halliburton urged that the inter state commerce commission act Itself be amended to cover regulation of the air or that other suitable legis lation be enacted that will serve to protect the commercial air transport the the shipping and investing public and encourage and facilitate the development of air transportation In all ot Its phases and The proposal caused a stir among the representatives of the leading air transport companies attending the most of whom have held out staunchly against federal regula Halliburton said that the lack of regulation of passenger faros on air lines had resulted in marked dis crimination between localities in the matter of On lines in the south he it is possible to have passengers on one plane who paid rates varying as much as from cents lo 13 centsaTniler depending I on the Planes Complete First Run from Denver South Associated Press El the initial passenger carrying flight of the Mid Continent Air new serv ice between Denver and two of the companys single motored Fok kers arrived here at G oclock The In tho nature ot an In augural was made in ideal weath Captain Charles division superintendent of the Western Air Ex press of parent line of the Mid was host at a banquet tonight for a party of three Denver and two Albuquerque newspapermen who made the Mexicans Celebrate Independence with Bombs and Parade Growers of Potatoes on Tour Friday Nearly 80 growers in Weld county of Triumph potatoes have been in vited by county exten sion to join a tour into the seed growing areas of northeastern Weld the trip to take place Headed by the county the tour will start from the Weld county court house In Greeley at Friday and it is expected to cover the 200 miles by 7 the same Simpson nas notified those who plan to make the trip to either bring their own lunches or to notify his of fice in that lunches may be put up for their The purpose of the trip willbe to show Triumph potato growers of Weld county where they may obtain good seed for next The dry land areas of Northeastern hav been proved to produce as fine seed potatoes as can be obtained County Agent Simpson Is interested in haying Weld growers buy their seed fn Weld county and in develop ing the certified seed industry in the northeast A group of farm near thai owned by Albin who lives north of Stoneham will be These farms are S2 miles from Greeley and are the most remote from Greeley to be visited on the projected Tax Hearing Hearing on the tax valuation of the Union lines in Weldcounty before the county commissioners as a board of equalization was put over un til 2 oclock this Tuesday afternoon at request of the railroad representa Bursting of bombs heard by Gree ley residents at about G 30 Tues day from the colony of Spanish speak ing people was no cause for alarm as the bombs were only a part of the celebration being staged there of the anniversary of Mexican Independence from Spanish The celebration was to continue thruout A parade nearly four blocks in length and containing more than half a hundred led1 by two went thru the streets of Gree ley Tuesday morning as a part of the independence day Autos In the parade were decorated in Mex icos national red and as well with American Waggoner Decides To Abandon Bail Associated Press an nouncement that Tel luride banker facing a federal indict ment returned today In New York by a grand jury In connection with his alleged duping of six metropolitan banks of a half million would make no effort in Cheyenne to furnish was made hero today by Samuel the bankers at prior to his departure for Den The Colorado banker had two unex pected callers toJay on a mysterious They were Wenger and post inspec tors ot the Denver They con ferred with Waggoner in his cell for a long The inspector said they camo to Cheyenne to interview Wag goner at the request of postal officials in New York and were not at liberty to disclose what phase of the alleged swindle they were They said that it was nothing that had ap peared in the but that the department did not permit them to state its Jacksonville Attorney Heads Rine was chosen deputy grand sire of the here Factory into Plant A group of Denver business have secured a permit from the United States government to make in dustrial alcohol and have made pre liminary negotiations for the lease or purchase of the building of the Colo rado Soap company at i ne plans to convert the soap factory Into an alcohol plant provided that arrangements can be made with the Great Western Sugar company for a sufficient tonnage of refuse mo lasses to make the plant The alcohol plant would take the molasses after the sugar company had extracted the last possible pound of sugar from It at the barium The deal has not been completed as Glads Given Members of YTour Last Long Says Letter to Royer Appreciation for some gladioli which were presented to the visitors of the ChicagoNorthwestern tour when they stopped in has been received by along with other members of the Greeley Garden presented the Requested that they see how long the flowers Miss Marguerite Heller and Caroline of discovered that with care the buds remained fresh and beauti even with constant traveling of the After leaving the party stopped at the Estes Park Cha going the next day to Grand Lake From there they went to Den Colorado and finally back to Pictures of the glads were sent Another letter of signed by five members of the The ladles of ChicagoNorth western apkhowledge with appre ciative thanks your souvenir of a gladiolus fronv the Glad Your kindness will serve as a pleasant reminder ot your charming Shifts into Reverse as Train Man Is Killed Becaus3 he shifted an ancient model car into reverse when attempting to get Archibald Miller of received fatal injuries on tho Burlington railroad crossing at five miles west of Fort Saturday He was struck by Burlington pass enger train 1 His car which stalled in front ol tho train was found In reverse after tho Mil ler was almost instanly Miller had been working on farms in the Wiggins his personal account book rnvenlad Prospects of Republicans Are William Hodges Studies Sen timent Here Party Believes Good Crops and Farm Board Will Aid in Election William former treasur er of the republican national commit tee and leader of the supporters of Senator Lawrence Phlpps In state politics has been malting a survey of political sentiment in northern Colo Ho has visited Greeley and Fort Collins calling on party leaders in both From statements made to republi cans here the conclusion was drawn that Hodges expects Senator Phipps to bo a candidate to succeed himself and believes that the senator will be renomlnated and If for any reason Senator Phlpps should withdraw Hodges would seek the Republicans expect the democratic senatorial nomination to lie between Alva Adams and William They expect Adams to win the nomi They are also quite confident that Governor Billy uncle of Alva will not seek a third term as is also possible that former Governor Sweet may bs dissuaded from becoming a candidate tor The late Alva father of Alva Adams and brother of Billy Adams elected Sweet as governor by endorsing him as a regular democrat when his party standing was being challenged in Senator Sam Nicholson died during Sweets term Governor Adams as senator to fill the Instead of running tor the short succeed himself in 1924 Adams challenged Senator Phtpps and ran against him for the six year term be ing defeated by a substantial ma Sweet as democratic senatorial candidate was defeated by Senator Waterman in Republican Leaders Hopeful Republican leaders are m u oh cheered over their prospects for the oft year in which a president is not by recent favorable trend or agricultural good prices continuing they believe they will reap the retain the Unit ed States senator and regain the gov ernors There is renewed talk of State Senator Nate Warren of Fort Collins the Altho admitting that crop condi tions are largely the cause of the present high prices the republicans point out that the farm relief plan will be in good working order before another year and that there are also good prospects of a fairly satisfactory It is also said that the Phipps Howbert fight is practically over that Frank Howbert will retain his of fice as Internal revemle collector at Record Crowd and Exhibits on Hand for Colorado Fair AesociKTrd Prrvaf and stam ina and their prowess in agriculture and industry vied with each other for attention of the first day throng at the Colorado State fair while canvass men were busy erecting tents for the overflow from the main ex hibit A record opening day crowd watch ed Herpsbergers Lindy V win the two heats In the the feature harness event of the after noon track Another high point for the race fans was the three quarter running won by How ards General Seth In More than 200 horses are reported entered for the harness and running program for the Fair said all agricultural and livestock displays were in place Monday night with tho IB counties represented In the general exhibits and every section of the state repre sented in the Individual Unofficial judging gave Delta county credit the largest display and Alamosa for the most unusual a baby The Mesa county shown exclusively by boys and girls of the 4H drew wide Among the 400 4H club entrants 13 yoarold Davis Holmes ot won state championship in dairy breeds and grand championship the Hoi stein Edwln Fort took first in the Guernsey In the beef class Joe Monu placed first with a Shorthorn Senior while Wayne Fort won the championship in the baby beet class with a yearling Leo of was judged the pig class champion of tho state on his Chester White fattened on which young Florlan also In the Poland China class Georgo and Leonard Lindblad of Sev Weld took first and second Hubert Fort placed first in the Duroo Judging in tho class began late Monday and will be in full swing for the rest of tho Early reports from judges in tho agricultural sections gave Fuoblo first place in Yellow Dent com and Lofiaa county in red
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