Harry Palsgrove

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ICCESSORTO GREELEYITE IS BANDIT VICTIM . asoclatcd Press dispatch pufi- i u Monday'* Trlbune-Republl- ,. ich told of Mexican outrages ,. an American mining man, was 11 ah especial Interest by T. T, g ,,-e o£ Greoioy. Tb« dispatch j , Ulngton, Feb. 16.--Wilson . Adams, an American, bap ,, i aptured by bandits at Zac, - and Is being held for CO,000 » ransom, the state depart- · was advised todayr Adams' Is in Los Angeles, where fe and child how live. i American, embassy at Mei...y has been Instructed by ^te department to bring the ;.:ng to the attention, of the .Q authorities, with instruc- . oat immediate efforts bo . .· obtain 4iis release. American representatives . . illo and Monterey, in re- i Ihp incident, said the an. -a in Zacatecas wore en. og to learn the where* . ..f Adams and. his captors -t threo columns of Mexl- ·ops fliad been .sent out. The is. nog pccurred a"£ Vales last lid.'v ana tho bandits were re- rtt J to have looted the house ;· Proyedencia's mine, operatic :ho Minerals Metals corn- iny an American concern. Adas superintendent ot the was fcuporlntendent of the Proveden- cla mine. Harry Palsgrave quit b.l§ Mexican job a month ago and went the lead mining dlitrlct ot Missouri. He was, succeeded by William Welsh Adama, tlie superintendent captured by tho bandits. During his stay in. Mexico Harry Palsgrave was- repeatedly threatened with killing and torture by the pre'si- dento In charge ot the district, according to word which lie sent his who is convinced that his son made a very lucky move. COUNCIL GETS BRIDGE BIDS ·lie past 30 days Harry G. Bids were received by the flllty council Tuesday evening for concrete bridges across No. 3 ditch a't Seventh [av.enue and at Twelfth, avenue. Tho bidders were th_e Engineers Construction company ot Greele.y, the F. C. Dreher Construction company of, ver, and Herman Baab of Greeloy., The figures showed that the approximate cost ot the two bridges will total $10,600, the. indeflniteness being to the fact that steel and culverts were not included in the bids. The aldermen, after some discussion, decided to take, up the bids the meeting, next Tuesday. Because of the price- of materials tho aldermen are desirous ot delaying such Improvements as Jong as possible, provided the present structures 'will serve for another year. More Applications for Citizenship Two more applications for first citizenship papers were made at the i of T. T. Palsgrove, of the district court's offlco Tuesday

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 19 Feb 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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