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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                ly cloudy in 8 por and Satur little change Jn THE GREHLEY REPUBLICAN nor ON The irho said t impossible tb flpd an American machine that will not work Tiad never tried our old typewriter or n 42 MEMBER OK ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO 1929 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 7 Lose Lives in Blaze of Detroit Club Than 50 Injured Sud Catastrophe at Night frjgin of Fire Undelermined police Presaj death list in fire dat esrly swePt thru 1 Study cabaret east f nor was increased to 17 before noon with the death of I unidentified lii receiving Inital The latest vfctim worea I initialel She was the woman to be added to the Eh list One man and one woman slued unidentified at noon Associated two ill rooms where they to Ipe fire and that swept the Study one of the of the citys night life in East hor 16 persons were Led to death or Ine of the dead were men and In Close to 100 others e some fire and aTand others from trampling in I struggle among the 200 guests I employes the place when the fire precipitated a Of Injured perhaps 50 Were seriously of the found uu idous when police and1 taxicab drivers and passers into thebuilding as the Hare of Flames Spread Swiftly Study located on the edge downtown was filled alter theater Thefire out in the dining room which the pecond and top floor of the Almost instantly the ig oh higtily inflainmable decor on the walls swept around driving the diners to the dance and thence kitchen and the only ex He main stairway which1 was id by a sbeet of flame tie Was ordered held forinvestiga by Duncan assistant who took from lhan a dozen talners and who were pplfce Is evidence of feriinmal e here and I am going to find Bho was McCrea This place was a fire not adequate means for and someone must be respbns Btlleves Fire Accidental rlel fire other said he believed ivas I can find iatlon of the fife laws and I see that this was set ipressed the opinion the fire was by a careless smoker whose or cigarettewas thrown into itlamrnable decorations on the h tho burst of there was a ir the rear of the dining the dance floor to a un tore room Thirty nil overcome by found piled high t tho walls the room was the womens rest Into whichmany were crowded A the only one of id floor that could be way more than a score slid before a fire used as broke and threw one girl into IRES B I Florence a Waitei1 at Jf llet Grand believed to id in Grand Detroit Inly jBerlha maid at the Ruby IQussle iMarjorie I Phyllis Unidentified unidentified Associated Press I check room of the Study burned here early this fating a toll of 14 lives and Is more than 50 said I the flames leap down the licking the At w time she said heard the poundiflg of feet in her es nsh the main door with pen lehind she said head waiter in the WBS first to see the flames the Both his legs In a leap from a second 1 standing at the entrance to S ho 8 corrldpr for any guests who 18 coming It was about I looked into the i and then made look down the corridor I1 saw flames shooting and also coming from looms at tho front of tho i heard no ilfl Just as I some of the IRWlnued on page tl Wants Public To Drink Fruit Not Liquor ELLA BOOLE President Favors Two Trials on Drink and Money f Associated Press Nation al Womans Christian Temperance Union today had before it two sug gestions of its Ella of one calling for popularizingthe jiotial coholic fruit juices second recommending establishment by the state of reserve Action on the proposals is expected before the 55th annual convention ad journs next Wednesday The if would be for use in combatting campaigns of opponentsof temperance and for other activities of the which are provided1 for iri the regularly of Booles keynote address night placed the convention the suggestion of of rionalcohollc of Iworlds prompte hom hplic beverages to illegal alcphdlie The fprenpoh was setf Executive rcommit teejs and announcement of as as a service to members who died past Eternal vigilaripe is the price of was the general theme of Booles mfessage in which she severely criticized fair tocooperate in law Boole commended of President Hoover to increase both law enforcement and law observance and the work being undertaken by the federal law observance commission appointed by Mumper and Dakan Urge Raising Railrpad Taxes Mumper of Greeley and Albert Dakan of representing the Colorado Farmers appeared beforevthe county commissioners of Douglas county at Castle Rook and of Blbert county atKiowa this They presented data to show why the commissioners as boards of equaliza tion should make raises on the valuations railroad properties in the two Julesburg Lawyer May Be Disbarred as Unethical A direct information was filed in the Coloradasupreme court Thursday by the attorney if sus tained by will result in the disbarment ol Jules burg Marshall was given 20 days in which to show cause why he should not be He is charged with unethical thru inrprdper re tention otmBney Brother of Ankeneys Is Accidently Shot Charles deputy clerk1 of the district court here and Glen An farmer at received telegrams Thursday night that their Kenneth had accidently shot at Spirit had died from the the accident Were not contained in the Nebraska Man Injured When Struck by Auto on Streets of Greeley Lee Moses of 204 Krate was knocked Thursday night when hff was struck by an auto by Hoecker who lives northwest of Qfeeley on a MoseSwasCrossing Eighth on foot at Ninth street and was knocked to the pavement by the acci He received a large bump on his head and was knocked unconscious by the He was taken to the Qreeley hospital and regained con sclousness Moses Is a rather old man and the injury was a severe shock to He held at the hospital during the night but his con dition was not considered MacMillan Expedition Returns tp United States after Search of Giant Ice Cap in North Auoeliited Pfttil locating of the of the ice cap which once square miles of the was one of the tpday by mdinbfers of the Arctic expedition of Commander Donald B JusH returned frpin three mphths in the A noteworthy accomplishments wereassembling of a collection of specimensfor study of sea and brook trout and the first scientific of tlgifc Froblshers bay Schooner Battles1 Ice The sturdy which has taken the north for several years and which this sum1 mer a twelveday assault an ice oft Newagen early this Nine menaccom panied on the ciuiso which started from here on Commander fore a crackling log at related how found the tee cap Meta Laud between bay Huflson pnly few days before the Bowdoin was caught in the ice pack off Loks Land and lifted clear pf the water by the pressure of the eddy whirledthe loosened the Ice and the schooner slid the MacMillan made his way the pack Ifiter by a large Ice The Ice which was described1 by the explorer as actually two ice now approximately 700square miles and so far as Jie could determine was becoming smaller Eor years scientists formation concerning the possible re mainder ofthis ice cap ofthe pleisto cene which covered all of New England with solid ice to a depth feet leaving only the tip of Washington It is es timated that the ice cap existed for t Shortness of time prevented the MacMlliau party from erecting rock cairns to mark the farthest point of fhe ice cap but photographs were made which can be used in determin ing definitelynext year It Gamleit Flih Caught The roSfc qairns will1 be up satd Nlt Returns frdnt Annual Northern G the buv reaU of toll of finding gamiest fish he hpoked on a a little of Frobishers He said It appeared to cies of true sea as distinguish ed from the socalled sea trout of Nova Scotia and New which Is actually a species of Brook He found a similarity between the fish and thewhite or of Common Flowers Picked of shep herds dandelions and other of the flora so common lin this country from the cracks and crevices rocky barren with practically no provided Professor Samuel head of thebotany depart ment at Swarthmore with bis Lindbergh Opening Mail and Passenger Line to Islands Associated Press radio to the Associated Press at Charles Lindbergh hopped from Havana at for the second stop on his flight to South The party spent an iiour in Havana where ah official welcome was Charles A completed the first of his air mall from to Dutch landing hero at liT20 of a airmail and service PanAmerican airways over a West Indian route Dutch Guiana the Central Amer ican countries lay before Colonel Charles Lindbergh today ashe pointed the nose of a trimotored monoplane toward the first oversight stop on the Sixteen different countries wfll be visited on the 20day which will be similar but not a retracing thegood Will trip Colonel Lind bergh made ii year and halt He is accompanied by his the Ann Morrow1 andofficials of the PirnAmerican pioneer aviation was a passenger to Hava the flrgt stop on todays newspaper correspondentsalso will party to San PPrtp A reception was arranged for Col Lindbergh and Ills wife the airport before the start of the flight set for Nunn Beans Harvested and Yield Reported Good The Nunn News pays that the beans in the Nunn district have all been harvested and that yield will generally Be The did damage in some bean and very slight damage In Beaa thfesh Ing Is underway at Buying started off at to the Donald MacMillan Travels over last remnant of the Ice which pnde covered square with Ice for the gamiest trout and picking violets In ithe far north were among the experiences of Mac Mlllans party during their annual sumniers work which ended Thurs day with the return of the group to Resident of Greeley in Days of 74 Remembers When Town Was Fenced and Entrance Was by Way ofGates A resident Gveeley In the early yeara of Union 1874 to 1377rwas met In a few days ago by and IA who returned Thursday from a two weeks vacation The Pages were guests of Hammett of who told them that filling s tation had once lived In Page met the Miles Kelly who saidhe came here with Miles and Elizabeth in Tlio mothershealth was not and the family left three years later for their former home in They went only as far as and have lived there ever Miles has died since but now 84 of is still and living at fowling Miles Kelly who was but four Parvin Announces 3Day Season on Elk in 4 Counties Associated under years old when the family came remembers very clearly that the town was at that time and I people coming in or out pf town wereleamo Parvin state obliged to open gates to make same and fish today authority of a law passed by tho last session of granting powors to tho state fish and entrance or Kelley hopes to bring his mother back to Greeley for a viait next year if her health re mains The Pages took about two weeks to their They visited Pages Johanna Mar quard of who is 94 years were with relatives at Har Lanlmm and visited friends in and spent some time at Bonne where they were in business tor 2 Shearer Observed for 3 Companies Says Ship Builder Associated Press 20 A senate in vestigation committee was tpjd today by Clinton president of the New York that three American shipbuilding con cerns entered into a verbal agreement to send William naval to the 1927 Geneva naval limitations conference as an the first said an agreement was entered into in New York March J It he that Shearer to sobsBryej and Topprt proceedings andthe trend iOteventsVahd give such Information Weld County State of by the attorney generals has filed suit in the district court here to collect of and from the county of The state alleges that the larger sum is due it for a three cent gas tax on gallons of gasoline pur chased May thru May and that the smaller sum claimed is the four cent tax for the gallons of gas purchased for county use in the months of May and The gasoline on which the state to collect the tax on fuels used by the machines of the county road Killed In Fall from Car Asflocfatcd Press Guy died in a hospital from in juries sustained when he fell beneath a Rock Island train here this while attempting to He lived minutes after the ac His left leg was severed and his left pelvis Guy was the son of Frank rancher of Arm and a nephew of Ivan contractorpfrCarrizozoi Three Injured when Gas Well Ignites in Wyoming Territory Aaaooiated FreM Rock Three were reported to have been burned in a big gas fire on the hew Berger oh the Wyomingi of Hiawatha t After thru the cement to in a a heavy burst fdrthand Chester Len Bechdol anjl Gerald em ployees were caiight in the Owens was taken to the1 Canon Creek camp of the Ohio Oil and the pthera were given first aid treat ment nt the Physicians and am bulances were hurried from Rock Springs with a large crew of extra The gas flow pf the burning well is estimated at 60 million cubic f eet daily capacity and the well is report ed to be a roartnginferno that can be heard a dofeen The blaze be viewed for Details of the blaze meagre because limited oemmurilcation Men from tlie well are expected here before LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 20 to Wheat as was iiot is the wSuld Tip at internal to the ship build Bardo represented his company at the Ha said he was invited to attend by a1 counsel of the ship Others at the he were vice president of the Newport News Ship Building corporation Wake vice president of the Bethlehem Ship Building corporation Shearer and Tlie first witness said Shearer ask ed to be paid to be spilt equally among tjio three He added his company paid Shearer Judges at Colorado Bar Association No Wedding as Result Bar association meeting Colorado Springs may force the postponement of the wedding of Wallace Brown and Marion Brown Elliott scheduled to take place at Fort Collins Both of the judges of the district court have gone to the bar In the the judges the clerk of court at Fort Collins will not issue a decree that will make final the divorce of Brown from his first Mildred Goldsborough The six months period which must elapse between the preliminary de cree and the final decree expired Brown aridthe who is to be married to him if things go were married at Jauf Mex before the finaldecree that would have legally separated Biown from Mildred Goldsborpugh Brown could be Brown then charged with bigamy In the district court at Fort In the hope of ending the legal tan glS Brown and Marion Brown Elliott had intended to marry again at Fort Collins But neither Judge Robert Smith or Judge Claude Coffin is in Fort Collins to issue the final divorce decree to The new Colorado law provides that at the end of the six months period required between the twodecrees the defendant in a divorce suit may ob tain the decree if the plaintiff fails to do Felix attorney for the wouldbeweds insists that the de cree is automatic and can be Issued without orders frpm a The clerk of the however says no no decree hence no So Judge Smith and Judge Coffin are being paged at Colo rado Break Jail at Castle Rock Associated Preat Castle tacking their guard as he entered with their two men broke here last night and caused a fcountrywjde search by several pos The moil were Roy Harrison held on a statutory and Ed held on a forgery nouuced a threeday open season on elk iu state game refuges Grand and Elk will be permitted in the state preserves in the four counties names on and In order to take advantage of the open hunters must spe cial elk hunting which will be sold to Colorado residents for and to nonresidents for v Parvin explained that the open season was declared in an effort to thin out the herds which have become bolder each even to the point of destroying farmers It is also possible that the pheasant season will be opened in Adams and Larimer counties simul taneously with the opening in Weld and Logan December G and the commissioner Formal re quest by the county commissioners must be made before the open season can be established Landscape Artist Killed by Unknown Caller at His Home f Associated Press Frank Keed a landscape artist oC was a last night this dobrbell of quaint hpme in Waverly was shot thru the dying almost in The bullet which ended his life was found lodged in the door jam in the Robbery given by the police today as a for the shooting The artists pockets were found turned gpld watch and had not been taken from his When neighbors who heard the shot and found Whitesides body slumped across the doorway told po lice they had seen a shabbilyclad youth run down the treelined residential street in the heart of the city a moment after the Ancient Ford Ignites While Being Refuelled An old model T Ford touring car owned by James Brocade of 917 Washington burst into flames at the gasoline pumps on tRe Tenth street side of theWeld County garage at 10 oclock Thursday The fire waa confined to the by the efforta of garage em ployes and the fire Dam age was small but the flaming column of gasoline attracted a considerable Brocade had driven up to the garage to buy gaa when his car burst into He blamed the fire on a broken gasoline lineand a hot Firemen smothered the blazing gaso line which ratf along the gutter by covering it with Ren Wright of Loveland wasriding with Brocade at the The two boys left the damaged car here and hired a taxi to take them to Hoover To Stay Out of Tariff Quarrel Creamery Is Merged with Leading Firiti Local Company Exchanges St6ck with Beatrice Creamery Com pany Present Name and Man ager Retained Means of Business Merger of the Greeley Creamery otie of Oreeleys largest bus ineaa with the Beatrice Creamery the largest cream ery company in the United was announced by officers of the local company Friday Stockholders of the Qreeley Cream ery company are exchanging their stock in the local concern for stocft in the Beatrice Creamery The Greeley Creamery company will retain its corporate its present and the trade names for its Bier will continue to manage the company Personnel of Company The personnel of the organization of the Greeley Creamery company president Charles vice president and secretary and In ad dition to the officers the other direct ors are Petrlkin and William The ureeley creamery companywas organized here in 1914 by Par ker and It started with a capitalization of and with two employes in addition to At present the company has 24 employes Has TVIodern Plant The plant located at 704 Eighth street is one of the most modern in the Rocky Mountain The com pany manufactures butter ice cream and also deals in eggs and cheese The Beatrice Creamery company was organized at in Its headquarters are now at Chi A steady but conservative pansion program has made it one qt largest manufacturers and distrib utors of food products iu the United tliat the inerg will result iff Scpansifan creamery industry It gives a hattonwlde market forGreeley dairy pfoduetsand also enormously increases our buying There is a program of changes and enlargements for the local plant already worked out that will material ly increaseour the manager Will Bank in Greeley He added that the Greeley Cream ery company will continue to do its in As anyone who reads the newspapers know we are an era of I had always been of the opinion that if the Greeley Creamery company ever became a part of a larger merger with the Beatrice Creamery company would be most advantageous both the local company and to the Greeley Bier vice president and general manager for the western divi sion of theBeatrice Creamery com was here this week inspecting the local plant and looking over the city and His impressions were very Associate c Senator Of tho republican said In the today that President Hoover would lake no part in tariff making so as the bill In Its legislative He asserted he would use Ida in fluence to keep Hoover out of the tariff adding that tho president previoualy had stated he would toPt interfere with legislation pending Senator interrupted to say he was glad to hear Watsons statement because he was quoted by the newspapers as hav ing said over the that the pres ident would sign tho tariff I never made such a Wataon There had been altogether too much he over the house bill and the measure as it was reported by the senate finance com j Boulder Votes on Sunday Movies Boulder pepple will vote on Sunday movies the city council lias A yes vote will repeal the antiSunday ordi nance and a no vote will retain Sunday Izaak Walton Chapter at Nunn A Nunn chapter of the Izaak Wal ton league to include people df Nunn and the largo area north and east of there Is to be organized Friday Night Flying Stops as Smoke Lowers Ceiling Associated Press the ceil ing only 50 feet off the ground In some places because of a heavy blan ket smoke from forest night flying was definitely abandoned and planes were prevented from making daylight trips west of this offi cials of Varney Air lines last The smoke was so thick that forest fire lookouts were unable to Should new blazes be they they could become confla grations before could be Railroad Estimates Cars of Spucls in Greeley District The Denver Rio Grande in a bulletin on potato business issued Thursday estimates that tho Greeley district will market 4500 car loads of potatoes this year as cora to 4144 in 1927 and in Tho railroads estimate is too high by trom BOO to 1000 cars in the opinion of many local The Rio Grandes comparative fig ures for the entire state are as fol lows Gleuwood New Mack district 311 Delta district 1017 7565 Utah Cbuhty and Salt Lake Valley district territory 1927 430 i 175 Miscellaneous 40G 120 Total 14113 8687 Northern Colorado or Oreoley dis trict 4144 5800 San Luis Valley 10732 6700 Eagle Valley 328 149   

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