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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                Mostly fair unsettled in flortion tdftlght probably j m northeast little change HOT QNB Poll fashion hints Dhorco suits kept dark this THB GREELEY BEPUBUCAN 46 MEMBER OFASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO SEPTEMBER 1929 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1171 legible Tariff pf President Meets Attack ialor La Fqllette Says H66vx Statement Is Ambiguous dent Has Asked That inciple Be Maintained Associated Preu TB statement advocating re i in the bill ot the flexible was In the sen day by SenatojxLa re n who with other expected pin with many democrats In op the intending It was difficult to rea the president brok sllence on the tariff before in f his action in throwing the of his office against the plan debate on I bill La Follette said Hoover not spoken to indicate whether iproved the pending has not Indicated whether the complies with his ambiguous In his message to the l the Wisconsin sena Wisconsin senator said it was Ifllttlcult to understand why the tlve desires to keep the enor power conferred upon him by tt ot Headded people liten the continual of H by the president until today uie bra of the would not raize that great i flexible LaFollette Jtuted the power of life or death tfte institutions of business and Uture In this Horse Falls from Beet Dump Into Car when Hub of Wagon Strikes Guide Plank at Bunyaii Station excitement to last thruout the season at Bunyan Dump three miles south and onehalf mile west of town Monday when a horse belonging to John tell oft the dump into a beet Three jot beets Jiad been dumped into a beet car when the hub a wheel of a beet wagon unloading beets at the hit on the wheel throwing the horse into the Not being able to unload the horse at the the car was hauled to the Great Western factory A sling was Improvised from fil ter cloths and the horse hoisted out with the crane used at the factory The horse was apparently ttaking it all as part ot a day s and according to reports ot its was tho calmest member of the Associated President today threw himself squarely e penate dispute over retention tlmfibte principle in the Hawley tariff Bill which democratic hope to eliminate by the aid s of some of the republican in pis first public statement to tariff since the measure came n the special session of f executive declared It was of ist importance for future n of the Farmers Have Hard Time in Russia under Soviet with Progress Local Man Finds During Visit to Former Home Conditions much more serious for the farmer In Russian under the present soviet government than existed when the czarlst regime was In con trol were told by George farmer of the Farmer Spur who has just returned from a visit to While in the country Buxhmn and his wife spent much of their time In a rural section In that section known as the German Republic ot the Volga Buxman camo to America 27 years ago and has been a farmer of this district for many He sailed from Russia on June 29 aboard the Continued on Eage 10 tained rthe in Iby which the may in por lower customsduties on corn on recommendation of the I Follows Simmons Motion i statement was Issued only a ours afterSenator Simmons of the democratic leader tariff has offered a to eliminate the flexible pro This motion was in the lubstitute one by Chairman of the finance li changes in the committee bill other things would make Isrence In tho costs of produc and abroad basis for ins of duties rather than the s in competitive conditions in t markets as proposed by the edlately after news of the pres II action reached the Sen of contend ktho floor that in issuing his R8nt Hoover had repudiat fe senate republican W into a long speech the lifaunting the republican leader characteristic I Says Correspondents Called that only last week Sen of marshal of ublican had assured he had advised the presi atedly to keep out of the sen Ntt the Misslsslp notwithstanding this senate reached the heart le the flexible we understand the the correspondents in and Is for this flexible fent Hoovers statement noted Pis message at the opening ot I Continued on page 10J Ira Howerth Selected for National Body Election of Ira head of the sociology department at Colorado State Teachers college at as a member of the National league to represent Colo and Howerths were announced here Tuesday It Is understood that the local man will be the only member of this league in Purpose of the as expressed in Its own is To create an Informed and disinterested leadership for public leadership that1 is freefrom partisan biasor class in terest and that will be accepted as representing the best thought of this Howerths election the heels of press notices concerning Edwin which of soviet propffgan daat the Colorado Teachers and implicating as head the sociology Conservatives on Board Included on the roll of members ot the executive council of the Na tional Economic league are such world conservatives as Nicholas Mur ray president of Columbia uni versity George former attorneygeneral of the United States Frank former gov ernor of Illinois Lawrence president ot Harvard university Charles chairman of the Bethlehem Steel corporation William Allen editor ofthe Em Kansas Gazette and Roger Others are John Hays mining engineer James Rowland president of Yale university and Edward Those elected to membership on the latest preferential ballot include Asked To Place Watchman on Eighth at Night Union Pacific railroad qompany was requested to place a night flagman at the Eighth street crossing of the railroad as well as Thir street by the city council Tuesday The railroad has already placed a night man at Thirteenth The requests asks that the night nian at Eighth street remain on until 1 Tne action of the council was a un animous approval of the rocommpnda tlon of Alderman who has been investigating the dangerous situation which exists in railroad yards at night at this time of Mr Rugh expressed confidence that the Union will cpmply with the His Buggeastlon that the Eighth street protection be requested rather than ordered was accepted by the The has the if or Gas Line at Johnstown gas line main Is being built into p unloaded along point one mile south of Hire will follow the high s corner north of the Robert Irving William George Charles Thomas and Harry Aim of League Given The aim of our statesa letter is to provide a means for giving expression to the In formed and disinterested opinion of the country regarding so cial and political with a to creating a public opinion that will be a vital attd controlling force in our The service which our council is called upon to perform is to select the Issues for to nate members for special committee and to vote on the questions andre ports submitted by these commltees This we have can be done satisfactorily thru the Holds on Crime In February of this year the council of the voted thru a preferential ballot Its verdict that crime and disre spect for law constitute this nations problem of overshadowing While this poll was being taken Pres ident Hoover was writing into his first to the country an iden tical effectual grap pling iffith crime and respect for law the sorest need ot our The National Economic says an editorial the Ashville North Carolina was estab lished to moblljze the thinking repre and south from1 citizens in all upon Work will begin shortly thn nt and welding the IPecIal of the t6wn torneys for the Colorado Pub Ice company were submitted by the com resulting in a few which will be made in before it is submitted for Ijotlon upon the fran f4 probably occur early in No Woman Held for Court information was filed in court here late Tuesday Pencietta posslsslon of Hall ot a rnoon 3Vames of Fred Harris and both federal d as Bond was returnable the first day term Issues vital to the welfare ot the whole Thus the members of the league become in a real sense leaders and directors of public opin Hawaii Rocked by Quakes and Volcanic Action Seen Sept Earthquakes the Island of Hawaii thruout last causing general belief that new volcanic activity wag thunder and lightning which ac companied the shocks contributed to uneasiness and tenseness unknown there for many Reports from illlo this morning said that tropical fruits and nuts were be ing shaken from that houses were swaying on their foundations and that tho populace generally was harried and Regulation of Traffic thru Lights Asked Mayor Houtchens Recommends Red and Green Signals at Six Intersections Auto Men Ask Removal of 4Button System aldermen received two re quests Tuesday flight to take notion t5 better the regulations nt the principal down town street Inter Onerequest was a written recom mendation from Mayor Houtch He urged the installation rod and green stop and go traffic sig nals at six busy The other request was from Ganisey as representative of the local automobile dealers He urged the abolition of the lour button at also stated that ho heartily approved the suggestions of Mayor The automobile men held their reg ular meeting at the Country club Tuesday They voted unani mously to urge the removal of the four button system at the Intersec Inslnger spolco In behalf of Garnsoys suggestions and also declared that the present no u turn signs at the Intersections could not bo readily wore confusing and caused Garnsey pointed out that the four buttons at the busy Intersections had not reduced were out of line with the practice of other cit ies and caused contusion and minor The Mayors Recommendation Mayor Houtchens recommendations follow City Council the City of In order to get recommendations pertaining to traffic and signs mark ing directions thru the city of I desire this letter to be read to the city Recommendation Is made that wo have stop and go signal lights Installed In the city at the fol lowing stated corners At the corners of Eighth avenue and Eighth Eighth avenue and Eighth and lenth avenue and Eighth Declining Bid to Little Drinking Building Inspector Reports Work Progressing at Warners In the olty of Qroeley has a building inspector with a stern sense of duty but withal a merry sense of The mayorand council realized this Tuesday night when thoy listened to the reading of tho latest report of Farls on the Warnor property at the rear of 1108 Seventh The city has been battling for more than a yoar to compel compliance with the city sanitary and lire ordinances In the reconstruction and uao of this At present a part of the building Is condemned for occupancy as and tho council has refused to approve plans of Earner to remodel tho Report of Paris as developments of tho paot woolt follows To the Honorable Mayor and City Gentlemen Knowing you will bo glad to hoar a report of the Warner 1108 Seventh I wish to submit tho following After ono written notice and sev eral verbal notices to ceaso con struction on tho condemned work Is progressing siow but avenue iaud Ninth NJuth Damage Suit Grows From Collision in August Near Eaton Lon Adams of the Eaton district filed a damage suit in the district court here Wednesday asking 345 from James Martella and Mildred The which was drawn by Attorney William alleges that a horse drawn loaded owned by the was struck by a passengerTar of the de fendants 29j The accident happened half a mile south ot It is alleged that the Martella car was being driven carelessly at a speed exceeding the statutory 35 miles an and that the de fendants failed to make proper appli cation of the brakes to avoid the col The bill for damages Includes injury to bill f9r veterinary services and damage to tne wagon and Its con Trial of the money demand suit of Schnuick against Peppers Engineering company was still in progress before Judge Claude Cof fins division of the district court here In an interval of the trial Moore was given a default judgment for against Ryan In a prom issory note The next case up for jury trial IB the suit of lima Gates against the estateof Augusta Miller Carter This is an appeal from county court judgment which disallowed a claim for compensation for nursing and care of the Contract for Kress Store Between Two Out of Town Firmtl The contract for the new Kress building had not been awarded up to noon according to William general superintend ent of construction for the Kress The award is said to lie between a Salt Lake contractor and Omaha There was only one Greeloy that of Peterman and1 A slight addition to the specifications submitted to the contractors Wednes day delayed the It was antic ipated that the contractmight be fin ally let before Wednesday LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS Sepfc 25 1 1 Wheat Barley OaU Beans to our small cities miich smaller than city of have such These render protection to pedestrians as well as to other since at places pedestrians cross the street at the same time other traffic Is crossing and In tho same In some of the cities there Is also Installed In connection with such regulation an automatic electric bell which rings the change of the For a number of tlie city council and chamber ot commerce have had under advisement the proper marking of highway routes thru our This has not been done in the city ot I urge that this mat ter receive our Jnmpt Very truly Mayor of the The recommendations were re ferred to the street committee pf which Alderman Frank Davis Is Probably the first step will be to get prices as to the cost of stop and go signal installation and Sugar Tariff Discussed at Club Meeting Short discussion of tho sugar tariff situation was presented to the Greeley Llous club Tuesday by superintendent of the Groat Western Sugar factory at Carney also presented the com stand on the tariff as he has understood it from the firms officials Jn at he a duty of the Import of Cuban sugar with the new house bill for and the sedate bill for Great Western officials the rate decided upon by the joint senatehouse which will be cbmposed ot six repub licans and four will bo lower than that provided by either the senate or Passive Stand Explained The Great Western has been criti Carney because of its passive ntltuda on the sugar As far as the company itself is con Continued on page 10 Lack of Evidence Closes Hillyer Case Investigation Into tho shooting Sunday night of Granby former United States district attorney for in the apart ment of Margaret 33 yearold has been closed for lack of District Attorney Earl Wettenggl announced who was shot thru the left shoulder with a small caliber Was at first believed to have attempt ed This helater and witnesses questioned by Iho district attorney told conflicting On I find tho brick property to the front Is doing an over flow malting it necessary to move into tho condemned property In the This property was oc cupled and On making Inspection ot tho Yank Manager Dies After Illness from Flu and Infection property about 4 1 found a little drinking party going on Inside this condemned Bo Ing a friend of tho party I was In vited to join and have a Not being a stool pigeon or peace I declined with Wishing to share pleasure of deplding what action Is to be 1 Yours vory Building Warner appeared at tho moot Ing after tho had been At the request of Mayor Houtchens tho letter was read Briefly protesting that he know noth ing about tho drinking party tho prop erty owner left tho Tribune To Get RoundbyRound Results of Fight Round by round results of tho Tom my Loughrnn and Jack Sharkoy bout at New York Thursday night will bo announced by tho Tho fight will about 7 oclock local time ami willprobably last from a halt to threequarters of hourunless there is a The Trlbuno will havo direct telephone connection with the As sociated Press l office In Denver and Will keep abreast of tho bout thruout tho tlmo tho heavyweights are In The SharkoyLoughran fight will havo bearing upon the awarding ot tho heavyweight title long since relinquished by Qeno Tun ney but still open to present conten The match Thursday will bo one of a series which will ultimately determine the bestof tho mitt pushers In the giant Hear about this engagement of two colorful from the Trlbuno office at 7 oclock Thursday The office will bo open any who are Interested are Invited to come Labor Needs of West Are Survey Subject Stuart president ot the civic development department of the chamber ot com ing from D was a visitor in Greeley Tuesday when lie conferred with officials of thfl Moun tain States Beet Growers Marketing association and the Great Western Sugar company regarding an investi gation which he Iff conducting on the Immigration conditions In tho Tho chamber Is now making an appraisal of labor needs In the southwest Pacific coast with special reference to the Mexi can labor as regards the sugar beet The results of Fltzpatrlck s sur vey are expected to have considerable Influence on the stand to be taken by the United States chamber regarding the Mexican Immigration restrictions of this He Is vlsltliig of ficials of pickle milk bean buying agents and seed as well as pro ducers and manufacturers beet While In Oreeley Fltzpatrlck learned of tho labor problem In Weld county as regards the beetsugar in dustry and was told of the need for considerable cheap He was to be entertained at luncheon Wednes day by the Denver chamber ot com Beet Slicing Starts Wednesday Morning i Whistles on four Weld county fac tories of the Great Western Sugar company screamed slice beets at 7 oclock Wednesday morning and tho sugar making campaign of 1929 got Eaton and Fort Lupton all got a smooth Other northern Colorado fac tories have also started Greeley factory received 24 carloads of beets from outside dumps Wednes day A slight ear shortage was reported both at the sugar fac tories and at tho coal mines but it was said that tula condition would bo quickly It Is estimated that the campaign will extend over 122 This estimate would carry the campaign thru Now Hug manager ot tho Now York died today nt Vincents hospital at mt Ho was 49 yoars In n baseball career that covered a quarter century In tho big the big little man of tho Mil ler not only became tho first pilot to win six ponnnnts in olgnt but gained tamo by developing the greatest of modern national league Rogers and by teaching u losaon to tho Miller Hugglns grtsatost of all Babe by discipline and a Hugglns never sought tho He was content to lot Ruth and tho rest of his stars Born In Cincinnati on March Hug gins oven as a boy manifested more than ordinary interest in playing base ball and pondering its In 1839he began his career In tho or ganized game by signing with Mans In tho old InterStato but played only a tow TJio llttlo Yankee pilot fought a game but losing battle for Ills from tho tlmo ho was taken to tho hospital last on tho orders ot Edward Ho suffered an attack of Influenza several weeks ago and Infection under the left oyo also sot Erysipelas developed rapidly at the time ho was takento tho hos pital and the infection Annual Meeting of Chamber of Commerce 15 Annual mooting of tho Grooley chamber of commerce will bo held It was announced Five directors will bo elected by mailed ballots which will bvo sent out Tho vote will bo canvassed and tho results announced at tho an nual Tho directors whoso forma expire arq Charles Fred Noroross and Thomas A nominating committee to name 15 candidates for thq five piacos In cludes Frank Nelson and Joe Woolf A tentative list has been drawn up but Is subject to Interest In tho annual mooting Is eclipsed right now by popular Interest In tho aviation mooting under cham ber oC commerce auspices to bo held Monday Some definite policy regard to an airport must be adopted at this accord ing to chamber of commerce A vory Jargtf attendances Is Moslems Massacred Council Hears Beers Zoning Substitution Abbreviated Proposal Presented by Minority Member of mission Would Divide Grccley into Two Territories Only A vory abbreviated and fllmplltlod proposed ordinance for Oreo loy was presented to tho city council Tuesday night by Charles minority member of tho city zoning Doors proposal and tlio report of tho majority of tho zoning com mission will be considered at a special council mooting Friday nt THO will bo at tho council Two weeks ago tho majority ot tho commission submitted an ought to pass1 recommendation of IHo zoning ordinance prepared by Denver zoning export employed by tho Tlio original DoBoor plan luwl boon modified In several Deer hold that tho proposed ordi nance was still too complicated and sovoro for Ho offered to submit a substitute measure and was allowed by the council to prepare the substitute for Its Tho proposal oC Boor divides Grooley Into two bunlnono and Industrial and the residence dis Industrial Suction Bound Section two bounds tlio industrial and business district as follows Beginning at tho Inlorsootloit oC the centers ot Colfax avenue and Laurel running thence oast to tho northeast corner ot lot In block 3U of Clayton Park subdivision Bald city thence spulli to tho center lino oC First stroot thunco east on tlio center lino ot First street to tho cen ter lino of Sixth avonuo Ihonco 1 south along tho center lino of Sixth avenue to the center lino of Seventh street thence oust on the center Continued on jiugo 7 Judgment Against Stanley Group Is Signed by Judge Port dogroo granting against the ley corporation and tjio Stnujoy hotel company first mortgagegold notes sbeurod by a mortgage on tho Stan ley llotlo group In IBstos for taxes duo On tho n totel of together With coats OH was signed by District Jlulgo Robert In tho fore closure action of Samuel as Tho court reserved tor turthor con sideration the Issue between tho trustee and former trus ono ot tho Valuation of Colorado That of 1929 Massacre by Chinese of Moslems In re mote Kansu province recently wan confirmed today by from mis olonarlcn in tho affected The slaughter occurred In tho last days but news of It reached horo late becauno of tho primitive commucnaltlons with Prohibition Man Killed San tain Charles veteran prohibi tion who was ambushed and shot la a gun battle on tho Plcaaanton road early died at tho Santa Rosa ififirraalory at fAModnlod PreniO 01 out 03 counties reported to tho iilato tax It appeared today that tho total assessed valuation tor Colo rado tor tho year would exceed that tor this year by between 000 and Kit Carson and Huorfano county as sessors woro yet to tile their Brown Bigamy Case Is Continued Till 17 8socnt Fort Judge Robert Smith today granted a continuance till 17 of tho big amy cano against Wallace ot Log on mo tion of District Attorney Ah The continuance was granted upon representation that Charles Moyht complaining wltneas and attorney for Mildred Goldsborollgh Brown of Is in New York In connec tion with tho Waggoner bank fraud ctuto 1hO bigamy trial was originally not for MexicoKansas City Air Derby Resumed second leg of tho Mexico CityKansas City air derby got under way from here at with the de parture of Captain Fellclano Flores for San Anton Lieutenant Carlos Hlblrosa followed tho captain an hour Ho wna followed by Captain Rordoja at Colonel Roborlo Florro at and Art tho only American In the at Fornado who ap parently became after Tamplco on tho Mexico CityBrowns vlllo leg of tho had not been hoard from at 10 Regular mull and passenger pianos flying over Iho routo from Brownsville woro asked to look out for ttox onronlo to tho Mexi can capital to enter tho aban doned hln plant here today nnd will fly with tha racors to Kanssa A pilot dhlp carrying four race also accompanied tho fllonf out of According to present tho derbylsts will Miafca brief olopj nt 0nn Antonio and Dallas and will flpond tho night In   

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