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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                Mnor tonight cooler In ration f in southeast por HOT Why shouldnt look uP It is Ing to look In some direction that affords parkins THE GREELEY REPXTBXICAN MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO OCTOBER 1929 AFTERNOON EDITION WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1870 tephen Helps ies 14 Hours rfter His Wife Man Believed He Would f Tone Survive Companion Vyears Suffered from Several Years tlons Ot Stephen Colo that he would not long me death of his wife came oclock Friday morning when Helps Shock over the death wife had 14 noon un ty hastened the death of TV wife is not going to get foe myselfdying for shall not urvve Helps told at the court house sev Helps were 82 Both were natives of les They had been married 57 For the past year both had feeble In the hope fa chans8 in altitude would be the aged accom ld by their George and abeth spent several months They returned here last wge Helps was in Boulder mak irrangements for the funeral and 1 of his mother when the father Mr Helps was up and around houseafter the of sudden death was notanticl Green Is Reelected President of ills by members the M lig had suffered from asthma for a mber of A physician was led when the aged man became tally 111 late Thursday The ick did not respond1 to tanliari Helps was born March 17 to Sbulh He came to the died States when 20 years old and irked in the coal mines In Penn vania Helps came to Colorado 1877 He was in the Leadvllle mln boom and worked in the coal is near 1887 ins came to Greeley and home Jaded six ot He is a man of great In the nter he worked in mines near ie and devoted the to de oplng for many Helps was one of the oldest embers ot the Elks lodge id Helps ire survived by two Idren George and Elizabeth The will be taken by the Hey Funeral Home to and neral services will be held there ra Howes Mortuary Sunday after ou at oclock for a double Burial will be In Vo Sudden Deaths i Jesse died Thursday om a sudden attack of chronic en icardltis at the home of his 4 miles south east of The y had been ill for some but seemed to be better during the He had been discussing an auto Ip with his mother and they had lanned for it a few minutes before a MS found dead His mother left Im to go to the kitchen wash she about re minutes later the boy was Coroner Weaver was called om to investigate the 6 stated that no Inquest will be sld since the cause of death was pparent at Funeral services for Jesse Beal 111 be held at Macychapel at 10 clock Saturday Interment i Linn Mrs Anna Lou was nrad dead In bed at the home of her liter and her William near Grover tosday Death was prob ily caused by epilepsy according to loronor who investigated Associated Press Green president of the American Federation of was reelected for anothe year by the annual conventioi that There was no opppsl President Green acknowledged hi selection in a briefspeech and th convention immediately thereafter re elected without contest its entire offl clal including Frank Morrison secretary Martin Kansa treasurer Frank apcjls Chicago Ma thaw Chicago James Wilson Cincinnati Wash John Chicago Arthur I and Joseph Weber New Yor vice President To Attend Series of Festival County Thursday The woman had suffered from PiiopSy for several years and it Is robaWe that she died in a convul loii caused By an attackot that The body is being cared or by a Cheyenne undertaker and ill bo to Minnesota for Hooverwill motor Dearborn next Mondayjo be receive by Governor Fred Green an Mayor John Lodge at the steps c the city Tiall the The ceremonies will last 1 minutes and the to speak making his only aa at the dinner in his honor at the Independence Hall building at Dear born early Monday To Ride on Train Leaving here by special train late Sunday the chief executive and Hoover will reach Dearborn arty After heing welcomed y and Henry Ford and Mr and Mrs Thomas they wiU nard the Ford a replica of the old train of the Grand Trunk railroad or a trip to Smiths Creek station at he enfranceto the early American There the guests at the cele bration in honor of Edison will be presented and Hoover After his speech in the evening the chtef execuflve will go to Edisons Menlo park laboratory to see the fam inventor reenact the invention of lie incandescent electric lamp just ifty years Proceeding to Cin the president will eo directly to the Gibson hotel to bograted by the committeearrang ng for the celebration there o the ot the new system of locks and dams on the The party then Will motor thruthe city to Eden where the president will speak at oclock at the dedication tho monument the reop ening of the After lunch Hoofer and his party will board a steamer for the trip down the river to Trip on Ohio River and Hoover and members of their immediateparty will make the voyage on a small steamer with nl newspaper writers and others fol lowing on the river steamer Mississ Full Support of Reduction by Japanese Vote Accepting British Invita tion to Parley Also States Willingness To Engage in Early Conversations Associate support f President Hoovers pol cy of naval as contrasted with was expressed by Jap Ein in accepting the British invitation o the five power conference to be ield at London in The Japanese note ot acceptance was transmitted to Secretary Stimson y the British foreign oftlce and r copy was delivered by Ambassado Dobuchi The text was made public today by the state In the Japanese govern ment expressed complete willingness to engage In negotiations with Great 3ritaln prior to the conference In ord er to facilitate the work ot the par ey The Japanese attitude to ward the provisional agreement be tween the Washington and London tho note will be communicated to the British foreign office in the course of the discussions o precede the January Fall Appears in Court To Prevent Recess in Tria1 conditio ot Albert B Falls health led to dis agreement between opposing counss today as to whether and how his or bery trial should with th result that the ailing defendant ult mately sat through the afternoon ses slbn while presentation ot testimon on his behalf went Defense attorneys at a noo conference with Justice Hltz that th former interior secretarybe excuse from because of a in his Government counse ifFaU ivorce Suits Are Filed Here by Local People James Taylor has filed suit tor Vorce in the district gainst Nellie Taylor alleging The Taylors were married t Warreusburg he plaintiff ask the custody the wo minor both of whom are ow in his Louis Reed filed e suit Mrsi Hendon Martin is suing oyle Ifartin ot Greeley for divorce n grounds of cruelty and non sup The Martins were married In reeley July Martin sks custody of the two children also upport money for herself and the William Kelly and Mar ellus Smith filed the suit as attor eys for Mrs Asked by Oil Company at Windsor Soon Standard Oil company oE Colorado Published notice that It will apply ot a franchise to distribute natural s lu Windsor at a meeting ot the Msor town board to be held on Seed Potato Market Agents lull In seed potato marketing was by County Agent 11 Simpson 1 County Club Leader Walter Strat who are home from a trip to the ytheastern corner of the coiinty of the dry land spUd growers We completed A con Merablb part of the crop is going In in the dryland are stll i5r bean threshing and othei The county agents offlci many inquiries from tho dry district in regard to the purchase dairy A number ot the farm In the northeastern comet of tua My are also in the hog business 1 lulto an recessed until tomorrow Fall refused to takS advantage this offer and appeared at the afte noon Frank chief o defense announced that had been on a of collapse during the afternoon and had bee kept up by strychnine injections ac ministered by his J Members of faml said theywouid bring him to cou again Denby Testimony Much of the time today was occ pled by reading to the jury testimon by the late Edwin secretary o the navy In the Harding an the late Edward give at the FallDoheny conspiracy tri here three years in n took responsibility for Ie ting the Pearl Harbor the government alleges Fa accepted a of from E ward The testimony of Young Dohen describing bringing to Fa n Washington on November The defense also called sever prominent of New Mexi who testified that Fall had a reput tlbn for Integrity in the community lu which he Air Mail Plane Destroyed Associated Press Elm west bound Boeing airmail plane was de stroyed here at 5 Pilot by a quick savftd lalf the cargo of He was not In lured and the plane carried no pass At dark the craft will Us up at a point on the Ohio for the night and re sume the voyage early on arriving at Louisville In the late after afteT a slop at where tie president will receive Gov ernor the mayor ot Madison and a small Speech Wednesday Evenlna At Louisville the party will Proceed first by motor across the now bridge to Returning to the Brown hote the president will reteive the feceptloh committee and rest before At he will speak from the Mississippi over the radio with his carried to allparts the country thru a nationwide hookup those accom Danying the president will be Secre tary George secretary to the Kerrts nsslst ant secrbtSry of the Captaln naval aide Lieuten ant Colonel Campbell mill taiy and Lieutenant Commander Joel personal physician to the Inaddition there wil bo 26 newspaper correspondents ant fourteen photographers on the special train when It leaves Cut Flowers by Carload to East Cut flower shipments over the Union Pacific from California are now averaging 10 carloads a The flowers are handled In iced express cars attached to fast passenger trains and are consigned to St Louis points Whos Who in Local Business Circles Testifies in Trial of Fall by Wiseman Fine business offers which entail leaving Colorado for the southern states hold no attraction foe Wiseman owner ot the Wiseman Drug company In Both and AVlseman consider Colo rados cllmite about as pleasant as Stafeg to Grew ley and one of ithe principal reasons why they planto remain lias been business In Greeley since having been successively prescription man Doheriy Says Given to Fall Was Loan to Old Friend Signature Torn Off So Fall Would Not Be Embarrassed AssociatedPress Carrie Estelle wife of Edward whom the government charges bribed Albert Fall with toobtain the Elk naval oil testified today Falls signature had been tojn from a note for that amount so the former Interior secretary would not be embarrassed t anything happened while she and ier husband were en route Wearing a black trimmed in she said her husband had told ier to keep the signature caretully so would bo available when time came to present the note for She added she had taken the signa ture from New York to Los Angeles and put It in a safe deposit Today Doheuy produced the signature in She already had Identified the Frank chief defense put them to gether and presented the complete note to the which examined it She was on the stand only a short while before her husband was Regarded as the most Important wit ness for the Doheny said the was a loan to an old friend in need and not a bribe as charged by Doheny said he first met Fall In Kingston in 188CI when Fall was a miner at the Gray Eagle Under rapid examination the wit ness covered a span of years during which he achieved success in business and Fall rose high In political Doheny said he had nothing to do with President Hardings transfer of the naval ollreserves to the jurisdic tion ot the interior department but toldof receiving a letter from Fall In 1921 in which the latter asked him to get the PanAmerican company to relinquish rights to part of Elk He said he replied his company would be glad to do anything to help the governhienJUi later told the oil man of his desire to purchase an ad dition to his ranch property and Bpoke of trying to borrow from Ed ward Washington pub Doheny said he offered to let Holmberg Authorized To Sell Plant at Fort order ot District Judge Robert John receiver for the Love land Brick Tile Clay company was authorized to offer the plant for sale at The authorization wason sliowing by Holmberg that he was hampered in efforts to sell the prop erty because he had no authority to set a price ot Stryker Sentence Is and Costs James Denver con was fined 200 and costs or for possession and transporta tion of liquor by Police Judge Adams He pleaded guilty and promptly paid the fine and Stryker is also under bond to face trial In tho United States district court on a similar He was ar rested in Greeley 10 at about by Police Officer Vern He had five gallon jug of whisky in his Armistice Program Prepared by Ogle for Use in Schools County superintendent of schools office has sent out a complete irag rested program to the schools of the county for the observation of Amis Vhe program consists of 12 numbers as Origin of Armistice Reading Old Salute to the Flag of the Our Boys Who Fell In Flag of Our A Our Community Memorial Each number is published in com plete in the mimeographed book let also as to details pt the Superintendent Ogle finds that most teachers are anxious to properly observe Armistice Day but many of them do hot have suitable mateHalat hand for the Denied Durrows Defense fAMocitteSPrai his re quest that Clarence Darrow be desig nated to defend him in Ms second trial for the murder of Henry weal thy Osage was denied by Judge Franklin ot Unit ed States district John powboyfarmer was still determined today to enlist the services the retired criminal Wiseman first came to Colorado because then Miss Sarah Louise Spencer of had made several this state and1 was much impressed with the excellence ot the He made his first connection here thru the offices of a national drug Peculiar as it may he de I secured my first job in Greeley by writing to offices of a drug firm in Born in New In the son of a clothing Wiseman secured hla degree from Due After leaving college he went to where lie was em ployed in a drug store for seven When the United States became In volved in the world war he joined the as a registered pharmacist and was stationed at Camp Pike at Little He had previously secured a degree from a pharmacy college at Little Because of Miss for after his dis charge from the began negotiat ing for a position this He made a connection with the bert company here and for a year was prescription clerk at the ark Place drug He was ele vated to the managership of Gilberts drug which iosltion ho re tained for three In 1922he started In business for opening the Wiseman Drug companys street This ie operated for six years until the summer of 1928 when he purchased the Autrey Brqtliers store in the Ster ling holding and sold his Sixteenth street After being in Greeley one year Wiseman returned to Montlcello where he was married to Miss Spencer In They have one daugh ranch On Fall telephoned iliii asking for the he explained the difficulty ot hand ing checks in New Mexico and asked or which Doheny sent the next day by his When the son returned he gave the witness Falls note which did not con ain the rate of his say ng Fall had left it as he Doheny should set the Doheny said he tore the signature off the note so it would not embarrass all in case his Dohenys unex pected as it was a demand Evelyn Newman Speaks to City Chamber of Commerce Dr Evelyn Newman of State Teach ers college discussed Ranisay Mac premier of Great and the peace mission which brought him to the United at noon luncheon of the Denver chamber of commerce Friday While attending Trin ity college in Newman met many leaders of the world peace move Greeley Girl Wins Suit Against School District Loraine Boyd ot Greeley was given a verdict of against Box Elder school district 15 in Larimer coun ty The was re turned by a Jury with Judge Robert Smith George Brad field of Greeley was counsel for the Suit was based on the ac tion of the school district In dismiss ing Miss Boyd without hearing or legal The defense was that Miss Boyd quit but this contention was not sustained by Two Loveland Firms Settle Differences Quarrel of many years standing be tweeu the Loveland electric depart ment and the Public ot Colorado lias The city council has authorized of j Public Service company fixing the boundaries within which the munici pal plant will furnish service and out side of which the Public Service com pany will sell electric The Loveland sugar factory is open territory with either interest free to sell to the Great Western Sugar The present city limits of Loveland together with all future additions to the city are re served to the city electric depart A suit pending between the Public Service company and Loveland to de termine the right of the city to servo customers north of Loveland will be carried on to a decision In order to settle points of law but will be null as to practical effects on the relations between the city and the service com according to the Is New Head of Legion Post 22 Millions Increase in Taxes Asked Celsus Wnk Slims Up De iriahds for Justice in Colo rado Tax Scale Considerations Closed by Next Monday Night Press Increase of 4SOj90 In the taxable of railroad and public utility property was demanded of the state board equalization today by mi nority member ot Colorado tax Earlier In the week he submitted a list ot six corporations and recom mended increases totaling some To this list today ho added ome 20 explaining they were either over or under The sum ot represents In creases less the decreases vhich he maintains should be made n the interest of The largest increase recommended was one of in the case of the AtchisonTopeka and Santa Fe Rail Next in size was one of 670 for the Union Pacific followed by one ot for the Denver and Rio Grande The only railroad for which Link did not recommend Increases were the Mis souri Pacific and the Colorado and After submitting Link an nounced he would willingly answer all questions put to Members of the board of equalization will begin consid eration of the assessments Saturday morning unless questioning Link should not be concluded Friday fore Under the we must conclude our labors by Monday Govern or Adams The law provides that we shall meet on the first Mon day of potober and shall finish ita work on the third The hear ings this year have taken up more time than but we will have passed on all assessments and fixed the tax rates when Monday night may have to work all day Sunday but that does not Work on New Highway Out of Erie to West Started road will join the DenverFort paved The road will be completed for travel in a short The work was delayed a short due to inability to secure a right ot way from An agree ment was later and work be gan The of Erie are very glad to have this new as it will connect them more directly with Longmont and other neighboring It will also eliminate several dangerous bridges and which now must be traveled in making a trip to the Poisoning Caused Death of Woman on Board Ocean Ship New AssocOtedFroil Trent was chosen commander of the Victor Candlin post 18 in the election held in the hall Thursday He was installed Into office by Kenez of state commander of the Other officers who were elected at the meeting were Earl first vice com mander Earl second vice Ben adjutant Frank finance offic er Rev Byron chaplain ferome historian John Werk Dowell Block Is Sold to Domke McArthur authorized the tate ment Friday that he has sold the Dowell block at 725 Tenth street to John The building Is a modern two story brick structure oc upled by the Weld County Credit as jociation on the ground floor and with apartments on the second It vas built by the late Harry Dowell McArthur is building a big garage rallding for GallandBanks Motor com pany adjoining the Dowell Che sale to Domke was made thru the office of local Poisoning tor and make their home at 1115 He is a member of the American Legion and Colorado Pharmaceutical Btiy Injured In Donald son of Walter of 815 Thirteenth fell from a roof Thursday evening and broke his The boy was taken to the Greeley where the injury was Late Thurs day evening he was reported as being fairly comfortable and oh the way to LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS 1 1 Barley Beana Onlona 18 to caused the death Ruby 37yearold Los Angeles aboard the liner at sea last Mon an autopsy revealed The ships surgeon and another who was among the paiteen having both refused to sign a death the body of Roegge was taken to the morgue after the ship docked here from the Pacific coast and Panama Canal ports yester aMrs Roegge was found unconscious in her cabin late Monday afternoon only a short time after a steward had seen apparently then In excellent Although Thomas deputy chiel medical examiner who performed said that death was due to a he hesitated to conjecture as to how tne poison was administered andmarked tho case probable Tho ships officersand other inves tigators were puzzled by the fact that no container with trace of Hie poison was found ln Roegges A porthole was they and she might have tossed the bottle containing the poison out Into tho whose address on the ships passenger list was glveji aa 747 North Orange Los AngS wore a wedding a TO diamond ring and expensive clothing I Her body remained at the morgue to i sargeant at Preceding the Installation service members of the legion heard an ad dress by Commander state adjutant of the legion was and he spoke Plans were made to stage an Armis tice day celebration here the legion will be in charge of the pro gram which is being in keep Ing with the purpose of the Retiring officers of the are Roy commander S vice commander Earl Buch adjutant Earl sargeant at arms Burglars Get 84 Cents BurglaVs got a total ot 84 cents as the loot ot breaking into two lumber company offices here Thursday night They got nothing at BclsePayette am a handful of pennies and at th Weller Lumber company TRIBUNES NEW PHONE NUMBERS AND EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS Want Print Shop Littleton Minister Charged with Taking Youths from Woman Associated Prcssl two children of Rose Marie who today charged the Hall Phipps of Little of abducting them in Los were dependent and ordered into the custody their grand the and of by a court order tereJune 26 f When the court order was handed down here the two 7 and Dorothy werebelieved to be In California with their The In the casehere last June was made by Judge Robert in juvenile after a sim ilar ruling had been madein the case by Ingram In After Judgo Ingrams Phipps asked for and was granted a trial of the case by The jurj found the children dependent and Judge Steele ordered the children placed in custody of their There was no mention in the case of Phipps1 other Melvin 11 The Hall Phipps is the 27 year old son of the and Dependency proceedings on behalf of the children were filed by the and Phipps in They testified the who was em ployed as a beauty operator did not tho children sufficient They based their charge on tho observations private detectives whom they had employed to watch the actions ot Rose Mairle Tlio childrens died two years ago In   

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