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Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1929, Greeley, Colorado JJPAGE Prosperity To Cut Tax Bill for Next Year Income Tax Receipts Show Great would be In ft sad plight today If It had not been tor the Increased duties given under the flexlbile Hoover said the flexible provis ion had never hitherto been niade a political issue and that In tho last cam Ipalgn important democratic even the powers to the tariff commission so as to practically extinguish congres sional JLUA I do not support such a he Raise for Year and TV Tfn rWrioH liv Fund1 Needed for Sound Economics Costs Io Jie Harriett uy no ln Treasury Urges Reduction I the president that I regard it as of the utmost Importance In Jus nations J aB a protection for tax which in the fiscal year to the puunc as a p economlo totalled will be Jut proteotion year because business prosperity J and our Industries and rolling up an unequaled amount In1 conaumerS that the flexible come recommendation ot the tariff com The income taxes received the SlontTth should be government since January 1 had to talled at the close of business on of more than had been igcelved on Sep tember 30 of last and only less than was collected In the entire 1928 calendar In addition to the collections al ready the December payments and those due before Oiat time are ex THE COLORADO SEBTESBER 25 Farmers Have Hard Time in Russia under Soviet with Progress Local Man Finds During Visit to Former Home mission to the should be Indiana University Power Plant Burns Associated Presa All and those due oeioro wiut time aru pected to add another i Bloomlngton and Indiana university bring the total of Income tax payments fire forces tonight fought a blaze that iooa ro the uni for the 12 months of 1929 to In view ot the Immense Incometax receipts the treasury will recommend that the next i congress reduce taxes effective next March How much the reduction will be or how it will distributed has not been but tho amount of the cut will be sub Tho treasury expects that Income tax payments for the first quar ter of which will be made on next March will equal If not sur the payments ot last March rolled into tho gov ernment The greatest Increase in Income tax payments this year was attributed by threatened to destroy the university power Damage to tho plant left the university with its stu dents without power or Tho fire was discovered early to night by a university watchman who said a spUrt of flame suddenly en veloped the interior ot the building housing the heating plant and lighting dynamo of tho Hetterle and Oster Have First Beets To Station Sept farmers began beets Monday morning Paul Hetterle put the first load over the LaSalle dump and Roy Oster de payments tins year was auriouiou uy the Lasalle dump and Roy Oster de treasury officials to the active stock the Ilrst load to the east La market which enabled thousands of Bert Klmsey It citizens to take their profit and thus Increase their Income tax the stock market continuing ac tive and wtlh no prospect of diminish the treasury experts look for equal if not larger income tax pay ments from this years income than from last and the first two of those payments In March and June will go Into the revenues of the present fiscal velghing at the Hiss Erma Vogel Is weighing at the east Klmsey Is dump anc Big Day at Stockyards Continued Leviathan and returned to New York on making Ihe return voyage on the George While across the Atlantic and Bux man toured Ger Poland and In the opinion of the local farmer he soviet government should in the hot Regardless of the abU ty of the common citizen cannot acquire anything that might in sure him comfort and ac cording to The farmer may have two he If he has three the govern ment comes around takes away from him declaring that he Is a kolschock Buxman explained that thff literal translation of kol schock means throwing from the who the were In comfortable circum are now living in as a consequence ot the confiscation ot helr property by Government Adjusts Holdings The government sends committees about the country to adjust the hold ings of the both real estate and and In any cases where the individual has acquired anything extra it is taken by the If you have a big house in said you must pay a high rent to make up for the differ ences of those who live in a small Regardless of how much wheat a man raises he Is allowed to keep only IB put 40 pounds per person In his The balance must be deliv ered to the he contin For this the farmer receives one ruble and 15 kopecks per hundred He Is not allowed to keep any wheat for Last year when the seed was the farmer had to pay three and onehalf rubles per hun dred for the Buxman Government Harvests Crop Flexible Principle of Tariff Bill Is Says Hoover Continued from Page IX the special session of ho had emphasized the Importance of maintaining the flexible tariff as a necessity In protection of public in terests Replying to some of the contentions the Hoover asserted In his statement that since the presi dent act to alter duties fixed by congress only upon the recommenda tion of a blpartisan tariff it could not be claimed that he could niter the tariff at or that despotic power was conferred upon the execu Reasons for Change Given The president said the reasons for the incorporation of the flexible pro visions In tho pending which is to be a substitute for existing tariff were cogent today than ever He said all tariff laws mustcontain and that even if a perfect bill could be written many sections of It would be rendered Imperfect by changing economic conditions and the constant shifting of relations with economic life Contending that experience has shown that congress can revise the tariff only once In every seven or eight Hoover said It would be unjust to continue In force rates which patently did Injury to an indus try or proved onerous to tho Pointing to the aid of the dairy indus try thru increased rates toy executive order Hoover sajd that industry hat many were unable to stand tho rush and stale alrjn the wore overcome during the During the time the czar was In store win dows were decorated with gooqs just as they are In Greeley but now only dust and dirt is collected in the win Millers are required to return 85 percent flour from the wheat ground andas a result the broad is hardly fit to It was In case the miller did not meet the government ment he lost and another man was put in his Buxman he worksit so that he gets a little more than 85 per cent ratherthan In America the per cent of flour Is about During fltay he lived largely on milk as ho found that he was unable to eat much ot the food placed on the tables there Travel Tiring In who Is to riding In a smooth found travel much more tiring in Rus sia We had lots ot rides in wagons with a little straw in he After riding 50 miles in this manner one was sosore that one had to stop and he The rural area which and Buxman visited is within 12 hours ride by train of Moscow and about a days trip from Sudden Selling Forces Break in Stock Market Associated Prcsa New 24 A sudden wave of which had all the appear ances of a bear swept across totalling ushered In the fall season at the Denver Union stockyards It was announced The figure Includes for head of cattle am for head o sheep and lambs and tor head of One Man Raises Beets at Brlggsdale harvest commenced Monday on the Andy Ross ranch Ross has 57 acres this and lias the distinction of being the only tanner in this locality rais ing sugar Seven Cars of Beans Shipped thresh ing is In lull blast here and the elev ators are working over Last week seven carloads ot beans wore shipped from Brlggsdale tpgethef with three cars of Stlmson Down from Mountains is down from the Lar amie Poudre job for a two days stay He reports ex cellent progress being made on the Rawah Greeley Feed Prices 6ELUINQ Whole corn Cracked corn Whole barley Barley chop Rolled barley Chicken wHBat Screenings Cracked wheat Bran The government has Its own threshr ing machines to harvest the crop and an accurate check Is kept of all grain threshed so that the amount raised by each farmer Is known to the The soviet does not take money for the seed sold in the spring but waits till fall when the grain is and then takes enough of the product to pay for the To pay for his seed bought at three and onehalf rubles the farmer must give more than three measures for one received in the spring under the fall There Is no choice about whether one joins the communist party or according to the returning All provisions must be purchased at the commissar there are no oth and the customer must show a ticket stamped by the soviet govern ment showing him a member of the Without the ticket lie can re ceive no goods from the Make Rush to Store There is In the store most it the said When ood Is received there is a rush to the Place with the people acting like so many cattle In their mad fight to gel he Ho sale Market Guide for the Housewife Below Is given Hat or vego produce and areised poultrj prices that prevail lu Greeley storei Housewives may refer to this list for proper to Snowflake 98 Snowflake 48 Snowflake 24 Snowflake 12 Blue Boll 98 Blue Bell 48 Graham Greeley Whole wheat flour Corn meal Pinto beans 18c to 20c 150 cuujr Great Northern navy beans Lima beans Baby lima Stock feed Rolled Oat chop Whole oats BUYiNQ yollow mixed Barley Oats Northern Spring Wheat Hard Winter Wheat Corrected to 24 VejjcUblei and Frulti New potatoes10 for 25p Sweet 3 lor 25o Now 3roen peppers jreen bunca fountain each Celery stalks Head lettuce Mew cabbage Carrots 3 3 bunches New bunch Sweet Green apples Bananas Oranges White cvuto Greeley Markets Pay to the Grower These prices are paid to grower Greeley dealers and are as near cor rect tor the day as it possible where an the floor of the New York stock ex change In the last hour of trading to day and washed away about a billion dollars In quoted The reac tion checked a promising Ibull move ment during which scores of Issues lad been marked up to a more than a dozen of them to new ligh Most of these gains were wiped and final quotations dis closed a long list of stocks down to a with one down an other a third and a fourth 20 a John Coolidge and Bride Arrive at Family Hearth Associated Preta John Cool idge and his the former Flor ence Trumbull ot ar rived here early tonight and went im mediately to the old Cqolldge home Sugar Tariff Discussed at Club Meeting Continued from Page 1 he It does not need a tariff as high as that provided in either of the present Virtually all other American sugar companies need high tariff protection because many have made only ono and onehalt per cent on the Invest ment and figure that tho tariff should be high to allow them to make at least 10 per Carney sketched briefly the characteristics of Senator Smpot and others of the senate finance commit as by a Great Western company Hd said that the story Is told that Senator Smoot once homo beet sugar In a package marked cane sugar and Smocy who had formerly been prejudiced hi I favor of the cane tound the eet sugar equally as good for pre Decline of Production Dlscusied Carney also traced the decline j the percentage of beet sugar pro uced in the world since the European decline has resulted In a rop ot from 60 to 30 per cent of the otal of the worlds sugar he Greeley businessman recently returned from a visit to is native told the n his fourth public address on the the great evidence of mis reatment and Inquisition against the our million Jewish resident ot Po The conditions are very squalid o far as people outside of govern nent officials and nobles are con he but the plight ot the ews Is almost unbelievable and un Wlnograd Gets Letter from Brother In a letter received Monday by Winograd from his brother who still Ives In It Is stated that be ause of the financial inquisition which Is now thelocal mans The married yesterday a were greeted by MIsi Aurora housekeeper at thi News of their arriva spread thruout the small communit and the townspeople who had knows John as a went to greet him ai a The Coolidge homestead was wneri Calvin Coolidge took the oath of offic as the president of the United States His the late John ad ministered the LAST TIMES TODAY DOLORES DEL RIO as EVANGELINE Home of Paramount brother has 12 partners in hlB sugar these men combining their funds in order to a carlgad ot The PoJIsh government re quires that 48 per cent ofthe sugar produced by the five factories of the country bo The export price is 4 per hundred while the price 3eet sugar sold to Polish people is per A contest held between LJons club quartets resulted In an Invitation trom George president Colorado Teachers college and who was present as a to ono of the quartets to give an entertainment at the The Mose Stone quartet consisted of Spauldlng and Roy Swans quartet Included Robert Wheeler and My Wild Irish was sung without accom paniment by Lee formerly of Peabody col lege of was among the clubs West Is assis tant professor of geography at Colo rado Teachers college this Malcolm McLeod Dies at Local Hospital Malcolm John died Tuesday afternoon at a local hospital following a stroke of He had suffered two strokes about five years ago but had been in fair health since that McLeoa is survived by four sis James of Greeley Mrs Gene of Pierce Ber tha Lewis of Fort Collins and Mrs Harvey Christiansen of One also He had been a resident of Greeley for two years previous to which he lived in Leadville for 13 Before to Leadville he lived In Gree ley for about ten Mr McLeod was a member of the Elks His body has been taken to Denver where burial will be made in Crown Hill McLeod was born on Prince Ed ward Island coming to this country as a Mexican Uninjured Car Upsets Near A who gave al8 was toiind Tuoedi nodn beneath a Ford car been overturned on the Greelej highway about two miles The man was apparently and did not show any evident ternal County Commissioner who stopped when he cams place of the accident foumj twenty cars lined up on the and a crowd gathered about urneil auto and the ne Gonzales Into his car and brought to the County hospital where The accident about 6 ff Co i ti ROLLER SKATING Every Friday Saturday STATE FORT Manager Sherlock Holmes Nigl FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Entitled CHRISTIAN SCIENCE THE WAY OF SALVATION THRU CHRIST m by James of Kansas Missouri A Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother The First Church of In THURSDAY 26 at 8 oclock in the Junior High Ninth Avenue ALL ARE WELCOME TONIGHT DANCE to Nick Palazzl AND HIS BANDITS P Now Showing Monte Blue in ONEROB also COMEDY AND NE1 HBAK him sing Mothers Eyes in MCI IOr lUB OH yueoiuio nuair no central buyiu exchange if mainBraiil 1 Ib Fresh cash Fresh rancn Ble and Dried Leghorn over 1 Dried Unman Young Btaggy Jive under 4 4 and over Old Ronstori Old Turkey Turkey 9 and over 1928 turkey toms over 12 Young 4 and over Poultry prices suown above usu ally some a rule tho lower prices are paid by regular poul try buyers who dispose ot their stock on the Denver Slightly higher prices aro paid by local market men for limited Prices srt sub Met to change without to 24 Henry Wadsworth Longtellows Immortal Love Epic Captivating Picturesque Thrilling with a cast of over 1000 people also Carlos Orsanlst Paramount All Negro Comedy LADY FARE by Roy Cohen PARAMOUNT SOUND NEWS Times Admit Trent and one 1 Days lOc 3 for 250 3 for lOc 10 STARTING THURSDAY Daring lOc to IOo lOc Carrots 3 bunches 6 to 7 25C1 to BOc lie A SOUND PICTURE thats different in Fastest funniest Finest Comedy Singing Talking Joking 20c to 25c basket 30c basket to AH In thrilling SOUND to 45c 4 for 260 Actually filmed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this epic of auto racing will carry you your feet with Its daring and thrills to 20c 12o 2 lor 3bc iufl with ANITA PAGE Ernest Torrencc Karl Dane lOc 250 Nito 40o Sugar Creamery butter 52c to 54c to 4DC dozen Poultry also Selected Specialties Alberta basket Plums Seedless grapes Pears Greeley Wonder Melons 10c to 26o Concord grapes26 to 29c basket He will captivate you with i his melodiousvoice and brilliant wit C KY BOV An appealing story of a boy who to great heights by living up to the image ot himself that he saw in his mothers soulful drama filled with a splendid chorus of songs and dancesl Supporting cast of Baby Emerald Walnuts Black walnuU MARGARET QUIMBY RICHARD TUCKER LEE to iOcpUilou Uixed Paramount Movletonovelty BUTTERWORTH in Vital Specialty CARLENA DIAMOND In Happiness Supreme Prunes BalslnS White FOX MOVIETONEWS LyC tuo Bluet Oss Sugar Frctill drawn stows bakes Light spring chickens spring chickens Corrected to 24 Shows Publix Theaters Admit Clegg and one
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