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Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1929, Greeley, Colorado PcriciviaEK m SWnTMBER linese General efuses Command and Forms Arm Ansocfated Press New cv tonight reported that Genera Fan having refused las to obey an order to move hi sides division from Ichang had crossed the Yarists ivas marching toward Kwangs ding to Join other dlsaffecte j was stated that with tw Jsi leaders and the governors o i and Shansl aim t he Nanking government heade nlang Kai Shek and place the let the Kuomlntang party 1 who also js com erinchief of nationalist ara pas ruslng troops with artillery Irplanes under orders to dlsarr ronsides anaalso to take meas to insure safety cenfer i from reports that Insurgent converging on was startled yesterday ti i that the governor of the nee tothe d under but had escaped dent Chalng today brought in ed division to garrison the cap government lias clamped down orous Japanese news les reported oc I between Ichang and Hankow ie government said these reports propaganda designed to hurt ationalist government and its rul erican and British circles author vely denied Chinese press dis ics stating that the British and can consul at as t had been ordered ionallsts to evacuate to corative Color ghting Announced Associated Press devel nt of a three dimension system orative that is said to more than and shades of the nnounced here today by engineer of the nal division of the al Electric in an ad and demonstration the sys t the annual convention of the nating Engineering new system required more than jars of research and tests in Jeneral Electric laboratories lie belng de He predicted that the new of decorative color lighting revolutionize all present sys ol both interior and exterior g effects for office billboards tower illumlna and flood interior light ing 6f The three dimension principle of the system Is by an aiv rangement of coves and flutes with lamps and color media arranged so as to give different color and shade First public demonstrationo the system will be made next month in New York by the Graybar Electric company during the National ElecTft cal Cadenas said that with this the use of only three primary green and blue would produce shades and jiurple and cerise and the pastel shades of yellow and Thi shade he de pends on the wattage employed fo cadi primary and also the location of each The design effects he In turn on position of thecoves and flutes to one It was further explained that dawn and sunset effectsivore equally eas to andthaf expertmanlpula tlou of the controls would al the effects produced by the variation in amount of different colors and on the exclusion of all natural and ex traneous Ramsey MacDonaW To Be White House Guest During Tisil Associated Press Mac Donald will spend several of his six days in Washington early next month as the guest of President with vhom he Is to confer regarding the AngloAmerican naval Arriving at New York on the Beren garia on October the British prem er will come directly to Washington ay He will be escorted to the British embassy and later In the after loon will pay a call of courtesy at he White During this call the president per onally will extend an invitation for he premier to be his Mac onald is expected to begin his so ourn at the executive mansion the ext remaining for perhaps three ays and then returning to he British mbassy to be the guests of Ambassa or Howard until his departure for Jew York and Canada on October This much of the of the remier became known but the ull program for his entertainment till was in course of preparation at he British embassy An assistant secretary of prob bly William will greet lacDonald upon the arrival of the erengaria at Quarantine and will es ort him to Hamilton Gets Lupton Coal Contract Hamil on Is awarded the coal contract for he school for the year He ill deliver lump coal from the llley or Shamrock mine at er THE TRIBUNEREPUBLICAN COLORADO PAGE jFTVl CHAIN STORE There is a lot of talk against chainstores coming into a com setting up in competi tion with the home taking in a lot of money to bey sent out of most of which is true and not fair to permanent citizens whose ef forts are responsible for the ex istence of the town and its up keep and Hoggish those who refuse to con tribute to civic whose sole interest is in the money they can make and take are responsible for all this ill feeling against Although each Skaggs System Store is a part of a chain store organization in their buy ing and they are individ ually owned and The owner lives in the town in which his store is His civic pride is there and he contributes freely to all local matters en tered by his Our patrons keep local money in the when trading with yet they enjoy all chain store buying 821 NINTH STREET STORES A Surety of Purity After a Summer of Rainbows Round Their Shoulders Fashionables Turn Expectantly to a c WHOW me something in constant request nowadays of those who keep just a step the Fall neverending Black full of infinite or shiny for daytime sheer and filmy for Black accented by the vividreds and yellows of the Spanish by golden brown furs on by gloves and hose in skin THE BLACK FROCKS usually fashioned of vel vet or canton or a com bination of these two Their fashioning features the new shirred Princess silhou ette raised and a skirt that reaches a full four inches below the Prices range from to THE BLACK COATS The new suave black coats of suedelike fabrics combined with brown particu larly smart combination this With luxurious stand up collars and swirling fur Slack hips and slight flares also distinguish the new in creations priced and higher A DASH OF PAPRIKA TO THE BLACK COSTUME BARCELONA The large featherweight curiously may be colored ivory or tan to cheer the black ensem These new novelties are priced and BLACK and black with a dash of Span ish red or a touch of Envelopes and frameless vag abond Made of fabrics or leather slightly larger than the bags of last Priced to BLACK have their ups and downs this the forehead and down on the In re versible felt and to MATCHING GLOVES AND these new skin nude and on ion and Fash ion hands it to the washable slipon glove in suede or doe and Matching Wayne knit chif fon hosiery at NEWFABRICS IN BLACK Newest for Fall are dull fin ished fabrics in The large black silk display at Smiths include a beautiful Canton crepe at and ex quisite Marillyn crepe at I ITS THE FASHION TO BE SMART pERHAPS thats an 1 but nevertheless it is Re member when it did not matter whether you knew exactly what the smart Parisienne was wearing When none but the woman of un limited income could afford to be fashionable Not so this year of Now it is essential for every woman and child to be smart in Thats no hardship if youre wise enough to shop at Smith Son Style with Economy
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