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Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1926, Lubbock, Texas A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS VOL 4 NO 35T LUBBOOK LUBBOOK SUNDAY OCTOBER 31 1920 PULL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS MATADORS GO DOWN FIGHTING IN FIRST CONF TECH SCORES 0 HORNED FROGSffl1 INITIAL QUARTER i Husband ffl CITY PARK CASE HORNED FROGS COME FROMi BEHIND IN SECOND HALF TO WIN j FINAL SCORE 28 TO 16 PERCY WALKER GOES 88 YARDS FOR TALLY IN FIRST BY J R DOW AvalsnsViaJournaf Staff TOUT On TJic JiT JUDGE McGUIRE SUBMITS SIX QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED THE Haines Says Will Win While Moody Laughs AUSTIN Texas Oct Kfpublican leaders to real ize that the Democracy of Tfrxas not WHTK governor that has bHtViw on a favored lew or prouction to offer a favm Attorney General Ban Moody Democratic gubernatorial declared in a preyren elortion strilenient Saturday The asserted claim of the Ue party thut it EVE TRIAL TO TALK OF U King Ferdinand this 5 in iho Many rr in liir count of rifir with fhinjid Hpp fur srn i t fcv with r oa Fi rot Tally by j il BREAKS IS TO DAY OF ARGUMENTS TOO MUCH FOR TWELVE GOOD MEN j Soli f Or M r Ovfrton ami of j j eiiy nf VI J jml T T Price of conveyed tf i by in to ih jury hi h 72nd distviU ioutl Iritf on spfial s aTf1 Oirce to suit had i heir crises aJl Thjury un til Six Questions fppfial ifisucs which Mi jury to imswcr or rm nnd n the to which will judgment wrre six JYilKWtrtu DM Dr OVertcm convey lands to FilPdWHund Irfcf th that would in tarn to Did Piico priy nnythlntc for DM it time that pr Ovirton was hoMinf th tinfIty art DJ1 OVXT ton Jfarn for first four to tb of this suU in unVy ibnithf not bon to the rtty SbouM Overtoil i ot elf it state ticket tho point of is x I VauRluin of Lnhhock declared fol hf KriUuy niyht of Vol H JL JUiiWs Uepublkan noiiiinoe for sovnrnor t which filled dlstriot Iotin iooin hcrf goinfc to htf iickt in th a ncxt or from tinnoils iirt suit HninrK confident of victory lie stimntod the full straight v OT i i K Mtrttnth In Texas U E X P E C TS CONTRIBUTIONS TO HIS FUND FOR DEFENSE TRIAL MONDAY FACES CHARGE OF MURDER OF D E CHIRPS IN FORT WORTH voir ENCB1NGRAY By The Oct Rev Dr loiin FraiiX XorrLs niiiitant apos lie of reform iml nd Sunday sermon to day stateand defense ed for his trii rin i churge of Although for drIiy of tho trial stilt from the reported iU neftti u Collons dffHnsc attor ney thf upshot of statements from botii1 Ls that questloninf offJvc hundred prospective jurymen is ex pected to proceed Monday morning j The main possibility of 1 12YEAROLD BOY FAILED TO OBEY THEM QUICKLY ENOUGH S SHOT IN THE LEG BULLET LEFT IN FLESH BY DOCTORSAFTER EXAMINATION GEORGETOWN PROFESSOR EX PLAINS BELIEFS TO FACTION AT SAN ANGELO The AXCEUO Oct JNAVY FLYER BELIEVED LOST t AFTER PLANE CRASH S IN VIRGINIA I West Methodist conference four years prior to thil Saturday unanimously hi evtrnt of inability to Ii s believed Shot D E Chipps Nnrris who shot D K Chipps to In ihfi First lJuptist church office July IT tomorrow is to face thpconerfffitiifin before which hurled tirades at city officials and ex ciifd the resentment of ChippK frltnd of Mayor H O The preachers FOKT Texas Get 30 came here in tiTid a church 13 uusnbcfs is to here Mnmlay on tho thirtl of his climb to a place of power Inmills nt rofornt and fundamentansm Rev J XorrLs Is chiirx6d with the of D E Chlpps lumber num shoeto ftith church 17 fAC ACil GETSDAIMS tASH MEET THE MATADORS with tho rank TI Cois i OiV last Rot 1 1 ri t fl ars Ji t time that hnd not bopii ci tfnvo Ion the la nil for to t con nud tho CHARGED WITH ATTACK flVorth triin to i home rn oat w3in from Winter hnrbof 30 Taxan AHcgerf to Have Pushed J P Manrt ffom of Court House at San Antonio IMV Stturrtay unanimously voted I N stuff nent to thc in tho intregriry Uite and attorney he killed Chipps i LOOTTAJEN FROM MELBA rhaiacttr of Dr GraV aha latSafter lhe him iiyftftJ j BY debate to 75 usainst a resolution reqttfstint his resiffhation ns ofRihle In In a soleriai and subseiiuenily scene of the killing nnd of Christ for ministerB Sunday ThftJJght subject is MASKER throughthe phuni IV fmtl put tho pilot found New Marks XKW VCsRK Orr mk vvlto is s KAX ANTONIO Texas Oct j IL Tl Smith of ts tinder j bond of OfoUowinc 1 bis home Saturday on a fciuit wHb to J P to frcni a swonI Wory in i rounty in thl VIrKln hlrlh Clirlst nnl tht run WaUsirr for s totfd iS yj one by Vi thr j jTl l 1 xto thai j rrrr first In the r d with a of n X his more ntxt day h i The is hii by It hiidt ihjit lh Krosfs th hy a LEGfON TO MEET Final for Day Pro Srztt WiU Warded out Monday Night for With thr jtrure Second half 10 T he of the of American inl it notvd IfrtllFrnen rrashed tbroisgh for tr they drrtakrn r A that untiftbe fVtT un Unc t what he their bits in a tub fronting the pulpit while the indicted hlit reasons for not siyninp a i old Sunday school children who orth the churchs nrti of also answered 10 1U Satisfaction of a tnjijority of the members questions F of Austin to his belief Tragedy staliiinj ovnr slrcets lawt niyht missed mark ind Otloll Blackwell 12 of Mr and J A H lack well was merely wounded by n 22 calibre buiict which if it had a few inches hiprhor would liavc killed him Ordered from the street near 13th Jttul Avenuo Q about S 30 p rn oC older boys who were bent on j Halloween prank failed to obey quickly enough lie and his 1 panions Haid and was on Tfao bullet entred the fleshy part of IfS the three inchea drop it left thenV by doctors rxnmined Lbe woundand took ray at Hospital and ovtns seiit to his home rtt Avenue i The pendK hospital whether tr 1 The were xvitii they knowvtwhp Lntj crsUbre blanks Saefi exhibited by i tinie the legality of carrjrinjr fleers jtdylsed that times screen1 OjaeU oti of the theater to walk s i Miss Rene Collins cashier and ucers lohnsoiv accompanied j number 6 C ilk the as soon as the shooting audthe other dcrnidatons reported pastor looked on and j io the soconrt Hoornf build bitvwide search for t ashamed to lei the knnvv vho I to Deposit tho receipts la of L fice when tho robber them was wikl with TIaliowe hy tho ef Atns1 of Uie body MAIL FRAUD CHARGED rwiiity an was on boui vas found iyinsr on a con crote lrSvowny beneath court wintlow nd rtfter declnrti somconn thrown him from a window second floor house He said that study of nil forced them to ascend to the Uiird lW Vth0 stairs hitched to cars the tne i ments porch furniture scattered i They inrmediatcly turriei supporting and contradicting the VirjTexans Face Trial in AHeged i alarm but ho was gone gin birth of hud convin horn to tieny it hut that did not consider belief in IL essential lie said tire divinity ot ChrLst does not hinir I on his virgin birtii but rather i works prove it Scheme to Cheat Customers Trial to Start Mondiay alonsr the sidewalks tables were Jed 5u the parkway along Broadway HE DUG IT UP BUT THEY WANT PART OF IT LOCIS Oct com pntnanx suit estate of John Thompson St uiu runlfticior lur a half ihare of prt of venture in nvis InK thr GurheU A derelict In river and it povcrnmenl in i me claim ofr PHONE REACHES WITHARRAL ZONE MAY TAKE WOMEN FROM CHINA WAR PEKIXO Oct nivconsidering the advisa bility nil Anierican wo men and children from Szechxvnn pro In of the yruvity of the antifortJjai situation WILL ROGERS IN SANTONE j and tin broken bottles andother rubbish scattered around SAN ANTONIO Texas Oct Humorist Lubbbck Bound his F R Sherman and W F Grvfis 500 For Old Trail Drivers and executive heads of thi Memorist Texas and discount conipivny ire scheduled to be araigrsed in federal AXTOXIO Oct 30 court bore Monday on a grand jury Lnj vin Coolilic has a sense of humor dfciment use of the mail in but he let Rogers a scheme to defrauu cowboy humorist told rv group of old It is charge that they placed conj Lniil drivers here today at a barbe trot of the corporation in i cue given by the veteran cattle bands of holders of worth of I drivers the stock by mnkinj the remainder of j war surrounded throughout Oklahoma Woman Will For First Time Tuesday After Living Century MUSKOOBE Octv 30 Mrs Mary Elwood Iu3 years old lix int in will go to the palls for the first time in her lifenext TUCK She said she would votefor the Hlock non voting They then plan1 thc veterans ot the old cattie Lates the indictment chargtrt to seU Driversfrotn tc Abilene and Qmcr K Benedict ital of Szechvan say the Chinese are j the non votinj stock to ihe public Kansas j for governor Mrs Ehvood is still makSnc efforts lo obtain rontrul of the mails accusing the trail drivi enough to milk and pre Uniori Christian Imiverwity as the of otshcvik ment Oct Telephone GOODMAN RELEASES eon nation was today with ALLEGED PEEPERS inianrt 12 miles south of WOMEN APPROVE STAND AS TO CHILD LABOR Oct SO HVHearty endorsement of the stand taken by labor commissioner FL J Crocker with The new modern Three youths corralled by officer respect to the employment ot children srin at WUharral will bo Offa Friday night after nl between 10 start work TJial t crs every crirno from caitle to n thebook j meals for ber son biing too dug in hia pocket SEEK NEW LEADS and hiindcil thvt association to be for if you enough money otherwise throxv uthtT party or spend it for Tequila is a drink House Resuma Till November 8r ButSatter white Looks Around nov a brick officials furnbih ihrmjph at woJ who were unihessinir to go to bed were yesterday released by City rruoatjons tbf ll Matthews fir nn extra yviini touch plnbs1 V th children and as The counj Judpe Goodman aftr n se I I a fiM day laid try ffoltlesV up js vrt bfcn fr p rapidly i vere and 13 years in gainful voted by toeietv of tho ANOTHER OIL FIELD First Method 1st church A Well Comes 5n at Disj AUSTIN Oct 30 the house investJjrrxtijAg committeo nine men will not Lig in session next thethroe committee attorneys dwon with f Hno Continued on Pajre 5 Monuny wUl htUl in nf CHICAGO TO HANG TWO WEATHER i Fundnv parlfy fnir Pair Who Murdered Three People j Sentenced to GaMows Or of Gunty CHICAGO Oct y yiercrn who tho siay tn Sunday fair rising r prob4Jlly honrers on extreme roast cooier n outh day fafr in K fresh winds inpj of throe wrre j cerf in ilrnth the the eC that n sentence has been lar meted ynt hre on a sttHty plea Tho nieh nnd 5o nhot two n we dinnj an of rnhherles In Cbicnpo a suburb July eared on December 31 on trio resolution to this was received Saturday by Mr Crocker proving Old Saying No Law Or Oil West or Pecos President Issues Aside As Thanksgiving Day for the People of the United States the itotl Press Ocu the nrrtson Xovpmbrr 25 u of to Cod for a in which tho Vnilti Stfitrp has nmoncr riations of tho Th fuiJ the pr LLOYD LOSES FIGHT Wrist Tfsn rfslnV tfm Monday fair y partly cloudy the OcL OP Wright the of a him beM for the tcrm of the prand j the president of the of As a Cation nnd n Indi we pftswed another months In tho favor the Al rtilKhly He lynm fselils flmi they have brnnchT fortb plentifully business has have flour ished labor hnp been well sections of ovsr national cal A mi y or pestil fntfcil nmong nations of the hioral ami spiritual life has kept our material prosperity are not unrnimJfol ox the KrntltiiOe TO Ins watchful onre with which lie out to ws the peaceHTl we pot fail In our r upon us many Xeitber shoalrt we be of tboif runonp UST tbrough of vjroximslances are less fortiinatelj pinerd by chnilty oar ment more acceptable in hb sicht 1 Cnlvin president tif United do that day the people shall cease fromtheir daily work nnd in their homes or in their places of worship devoutly give thanks to the Almighty for niany htessinss have and His guidance that through jrood deods and brotherly ihey a continuance of His favor In whereof 1 my bond nnil c tolw the grent of Chains n Satterwhite will fca here seeking ncxv for testt to presented the com SAX Oct 30 The old j mvtee Xovomber S resumes its In KiyirLpof no law or oil west of the iuiry oct Ayhen the j MMKansns Oil untj Gas Companys Xo 1 Vales in was in Lite in tht week The well made Its thsnl How of oiU j the ilrst one j J Will ff III 11 oVKxT Friday niornin Fr id xx nipht Thf oil the topwtien it not Oil I operators consider Jbe as a another oil fcld Will writes today on Can ada Marion TaJley John Mc IS ORMtSTON FOUND DTKGO at of tlm of October in tho yoar our one lhouand ntne sx of the independence of the Unit nV Stntes the one hundred fifty first roport thnt iVr Ainne M frw ibtys wa Cot vrhom a 5 FOUND DEAD L 25 Y ttofttb from lightly on Mus solini and oiher things that he from the Tarn to J oC Ihe i ty the Section of your A i AyaionoheJourrtitl and for 1 Km5v ohucVlo iaush i isbt out good training ThursHliay vlieti ycy gi to hear Mr Rogers and Ui nt Ti 2 nth of as a of peneral s fAir i prayer nnd T recoinmentl that on j
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