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   Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING 4 CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS 24 LUBBOCK LUBBOCK SUNDAY NpyBSfBBB f NS in ASSOriATKM WEST TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEN ME PAPTVr AKlIir TO LOCAL LUBBOCK PROBLEMS WILL BE DISCUSSED WITH OFFICIALS PLAN CAMPAIGN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE WILL BE PUT UNDER WEIGH Governor Held Gov W W Brandon Ala bama Possessed Intoxicants Officers Insist Westerners Fight Gamely But in Vain Wichita Falls W ins 21 to 0 win I n 10 e of i n y spe5n whUh vi t ion can rncsnber of forn The iloymrttncnt of Texan chamber of In tuniorrow tnorr oclock tii with rn 4hf orpaufzatkm to cifSc problems Jins ffSStfl the West trl at WfM nors Several to Be Hej of Fart Worth E It and B M oxMbit wll ai hr present va i frifm f South i k lYric11 IAPTIST BUDGET r HIGHLY TOUTED COYOTES FAIL TO CROSS GOAL IN FIRST HALF Special To The AvalanchrJournal WICHITA FALLS Xov Heres a Politician Whb IsJ In Favor ofCutting Out i His Pet Committee ONEFOURTH OF NEEDj ED FOR SCHOOL TAKEN OVER BY YOUTHS By tho Press AUSTIN Nov 27 Onefourth or the fund voted for and hospitals ly Use pcneral Baptist recently f y 11 ws district orijby I ntersch elastic league went down in to 0 defeat at the hzmtls of the Coyotes of Wichita Falla here this afternoon in the finals for district honors Approximately pcople saw the game Duringthe first neither team although Wichita Falls was placed on the defensive the majority of the time due to four fUmblee by tin Coyote backs Duringthe first from placement but the ball went wJde ho posts Francis Plunges Hard The game during the second hirif Plains will in the ior taitnI fui to nlJst conference in San be ruined by P U organizations at the state con f B Y P U delegates here Saturday gathering of delegates rep resenting local organizations of R Y P IJ voted the Issue and agreed unanimously to raise the fund They reported P U in this state props It ion presented to j tho convention by T C Gardner i secretary of Dallas after an Interview with former Gov crnor Pat Keff who was elected of the Kefteral Baptist j at San Antonio when the j project voted j younj delegates vol 5 ii rite or ol their serviccH for Christ inn 5 r i i KV Jchlta FaSis made eleven first downs folio win jj normon of the day by f J r I to lour for the esterners The Coy ert o iiir otos attempted severalpasss complet jinp three for a totaT of 94 yards Two j were intercfptedi AttempV Twelve Passes Lubbock attempted twelve passes anJ completed two for 29 yards Six were and four were inter cepted Wichita Falls SAN PATRIC1O COUNTY RANCHER IS SHOT TO DEATH JN GUN BATTLE By the Associated Press CHRISTi Nov plaints charging murder were filed to day against M K Simmons of Alice district same warden folio wing the death early chis morning of W J Stoner foreman of the Welder ranch in San Patricio county Stoner was quarter Lubbock attempted a field goal1 shot at n Friday night at Stln i ton 3nH ffA QV oi was all AVIchlru Falls with Francis of the plunging the line for repented gains During the third quarter Fs scored one touchdown due to eorrie btautiful plungingby Francis nnd In the fourth two touchdowns sblle and arrived at a gate both cafueas the result of a fifty yard pass and Stoner dismounted to fromRay to Francis The pass was open t The shooilne Gates said took lone of thelongest ever tossedInhlehj place then He knew of I the shqoting saying that the nien had ton and died six hours later at aThds pitai here The complaint was by Sheriff 3 F Hunt of San Patrlclo county anested him at midnight last night s J R Gates deputy game warden only witness to theshooting j vThe party had been looking for bead j persons who hunt deer at Gates was drivingam autorno PER CAPITA WANT ED FOR SCHOOL CHIL DREN OF TEXAS IS FIFfTFD M2J Si LaJ ABILENE MAN IN CLOSE RACE FOR PRESIDENT WITH L T COOK by school circles in the state The game1 was cleanly played with ot Barreled Both Stpher and i few petmltfes on either mont rG wel1 PURYEAR FINE CUT ALLEGED FORGER HELD County Officers Have Busy Night ng Two Arrests on Boot legging CHargcsV Many of otlWAltt U ItCOIMPxAiSJ County penceofficers Saturday pick i up one oti n chnrce of forgery t imi per yielrt jasj yeir A in on bootleSKiitS counts and three yards on her Puhts and Lubbock aver aged 37var3g picked up undown while the bobt thedrunks vere ar At 45 a was picked HEADS MUSIC TEACHERS thnnj Georgetown Man ReEIectcd by Texas Tutors and Denton Selected As Place the production set TOXRS Xov 27 t year of Cotton1 men j Henry E Meyer of Southwestern unl HEDEFIES DOCTORS and fa j The ginso the county are a larger fleorsetown reelected j the Texas state mueic association and Donton was Corpus ChrJati Man WiH Try to Ormk lnft 5a baki every 24 hour j nelccied as the 152T rneetlnp place 62 of Ccfffce Next Saturday every plant Vln Spite of ary plant In Ehe oounvy mnnincr full cloplns session of the state cbn and ttay Thft irfna in j ventlon hera Saturday ck have jffhnftd froinl 1400 CHRIST Nor sLnce of SMITH WONT TALK Franc Roberts 53 PS of tkK from the gins j day Jr fcis EIoVj Htate that they arej Secretary Highway Board Refuses beLs goJns to try to for the j Comment on Charge Cunnnisham tml varSsua indisfrtTit rn tJrlnk S3 cr Ill Comstcck naitona champion jioVrts io tttirv prbfeKJdonaii all rtphtIM tain ni Much Sand trouble in the snapped n ars EXTRA EXTRA I j storrn frc bifp wind Thanks Dismissed for Testimony SAX ANTONIO Texas Nov 27 Eagcne Smith chairman of the state highway chihmisHion refused tocom ment irfit y night on charscs made pliycd a game for tije AVesternera and hard to atop New Trial Reduction in Penalty for Fatal Automobile Accident atAustin Nov 27 Pur vearv found iruilty and fined on a charge of negligent homicide in nectibn with an automobile which resulted Inthe deaths of Isabelle Crozier of and I MJsa i Louise Speer of Mission both university of Texas students was granted a new trial In Travis county Saturday He guiltyto e charge andJudgfr George ews fined RepreBeritative Grant son of chairman of the House Committee on AJcoholic Liquor Traffic wants his commit tee of the few cases In congressional history where a congressman has advo cated loss of his own post of honor Hudson a staunch dry saysthe corhrhittees work is dup licated by others VESUVIUS ERUPTS Tbr6wh Into the game in the second quarter Captain of he West wlJrT of the win today ita Palls now goes into the race fort state belnff ruled oat last week arid reinstated at a meeting of the athletic councir tho middle of the week in ar meeting at Quanah when plans were perfected for the district LavaRiver Six Feet Deep and Twenty championship game The Coyotes now j Feet Wide Flows Down Fiank probably will Jheet Ranger thej Of Ancient Volcano of the entire north and northwest part of the state ISSUES PROCLAMATION ASKING STORES TO REMAIN OPEN TUESDAY EVENING Luhbock will turn out enmasae comes to topnr thatjovial individual 5s the runnicr The Associated Press EL PAfiQ Texas Nov 27 Urg ing siveping revision in the state schol some four thousand Texas school teachers closed a very harmonious threeday convention shortly after noon today and then sought out the numerous diversions offered by El Paso and Juarez Mex ico Special trains tonight were begin ning returning the teachers to theri homes throughout the state some to Texarkana 863 miles away Many howevre stayed over Sunday for the Juarez races Whirling doRn the pictur esque mountain valley here inatitb mbbiles and taking the colorful sights of Juarez the teachers this afternoon abandoned themselves to a spirit of play as genuine aa any their pupils ever had The reaction to three days arduous convention ac tivities was plainly manifest Greene Elected Superintendent R D Greene of the Abilene schools who headed a dele gation of about 35 Abilene teachers coming here in a chartered car wop the race for 1927 of the teachers associntionover Ihree other a T Cook i 1 votes behind Superintendent HanAn j fonib was a j third jvirs W E Odomi of Austin school was fourth in The lineup Pbs AVf chlta Falls Teei McKlhneyj ingfrom the huge mouth of the crater Ie The mount resumed violent activities NAPLES xov 27 is again aroused A large column six feet deep and twenty feet wide is flow Barton Ramey siid the column of steaming1 molten fluir tonight had attained more Dickinson Brown than meters destrxtyiner all ve Igv etation in Its path andwas moving vvith unusual speed down the side at ninjr at 7 oclpck astfie sruest or the Although election of a West AvalancheJournal the greater part tne presidency was practfcal of the children city with their Av nFsured because of the parents are expected to be on to welcome Old Saint Nick and to fol or West Texas attendance the riec low hirh about the citv to the various of Supt Greene was a dope stores1 where he latest in I uP5et to Cook supportsrs toys and other Chrlsmas articlfcs Mayor in Santa MayorPink is a stroncr believer InSantac Glaus and has is sued a proclnmatioh everyor C Wplfrarth Powell H Bay la Austin by Cunninshani Hardberger Foweli TJickey Gat Football Score frcm Avatitrchc Journat Osc Tn ScH OutcfTown tIi7CiJtton with at the commission er chief inspector of the highway sys Iceland torn thrtt ho hind Francis the mountain DIES OF BURNS Beaumont SrxYearOTd Who SirucSc Match to Tank of Old Automobile Succumbs BEAUMONT 27 i Chiuminalto six who niatch discharge by y to see if there was gasoline in thetarik IT o Reynolds Mitchell ofa dismantled Friday beforn the houseIn commission of dirt alone an beitts hfttilwl from itin Kinw T hn siorm SUED FOR FATAL BLAST Petroleum Company Dofond in Request For For Death of Child Gas Leaked MUSKOGEK Nov 2 j killed and another irtiur JEdmondson Subs Allen Dol lahUe fmtl Hill Wichita Lynch and Newman Officials referee Kicks umpire Faulkoer headlinesman j oil field dJediof burns today in a local hospitaL RUMANIA STILL UPSET Ferdinand in Serious Condition Sot Can Still Hold Reins of Government Reports Have FIRE LOSS Supply Company Building atSan Angelo To Be Rebuilt PICKERS SENT NORTH No More Hands Needed For Lubbock County Arc Sottoti cir ru SAN The AUTOMOBILE STOLEN As the picking question is prac tically solved Fv N the farm labor division ol the tTnUrd dcpartmehl of ture who is Rationed bere 5s direct inc the arc ths Hctisn Memphis Lul1 rah fvtrk acd olhor potolsdnwn theFort WortVan5 Denver Repots i comlwr ti th that sctlon are Hiding Lwa N a Coupe Taken from in Front of Yager Shoe Store Saturday A Xnwh coitn by Mrs oarly eve was in of At the time it f IlaiKS cti5 notlfiftl of the heft The car which lhe asr building occupied bythe Frick came ReJd Supply company and its con j Trorn Jeitkags of a pipe Unaifitthe tents of oil field supplies i n school basement nnd Jessie bured at Friday with i tae c an etstimaleilloss of Rebuild ingr Is The blaze is said to have originated from a stoye it is set fprth in tiUons Three other boyRAvere severe ly burned PARIS Xov Buch arest is explicit only on one point that is that the situation in Rumania is mostuncertain DcfinJte iflEfbcrhation is etxtremcly jbXJtV readinEr liaes gives the iinpresson that Ferdinand is In a though yot at a the pol itical parties may as reported decent o the Greeno boosters however conducted ous campaisrn matchlrigthatof ths Cook forces and the AbHeneexec utive forged to the front in the flna1 ba 3 lots fo corhe to ttie AvalahcTieJoumnl of Change Board fiee tp welcomeI him and also asrlrp ResoTutloh urshicr all of the stores of the f Thinsrrs tne creation of a more repre main open between the hours of 7 and tentative of education after The proclamation follows j the manner oC collece boards of re A Proclamation j gents astate apportionment of 517 Glaus that bei for each school child and taxa who makes anappearance I tion of wliolfi counties instead of dls but once per year has this holiday f for school purposes were pres seasoh included Lubbock in his ented a few rainor amendments ary of public apcarances and of want to greet him and his appearance in Lubbock 1 the form of a com i I PINKTvXii Jfayor of dourequest and suggest that j The conventionapproved a recom mendatiotl also that county Buperin tendents be appointed by the county ented br the by Wi Ross Teachers committee oc a sg the entire citizenship of this city be l Alpine the resolutions called f a ahc AalanchoJurnai of at least Sla Oa ficc nL 7 p m cvenlnpot recommendation of SuptK W day Nov inthe public of Texarkana schools the 8OOZE STORE AUGMENTED ixUe Saturday officers transferred 225 bottles of Jake 100 bottles of extract anda crude copper still WOMEN TO SELL ADS The county counci yesterday aHf in the of the Karnmier dV jnuayear ok of the clubs to defrny the too of the WEATHER pern tures Maximum colder in north COTTON FINANCE COMPArJY TO APPLY FOR CHARTER AS xov 27 Applies f or charter for the prapiossd ton ation is brinff1 prrparM and probably will be prowntod at Austin Monday CUT OFF WATER FROM 137 CITY DELI NQyENTS One hundred and linriueats Vn ihcit bflls off thi5 month Ac cording IP tiic records at water depftrtrneiiit in th5 city hall Alraost in case they have been turned baclc aa sport as bills patd BLASTING HERE AT NIGHT AVorkmen are much difficulty on the viscment work of story hotfl on the site of the old Jackson hotel as rock Isjbej to the sheriffsstoreroom At ingr encountered only a few feet from this time there are about the surface of the ground Blasting has to remove agreater the rock done mostly at of beer in the but if cold er doeEnt get busy It most will explode before the of court meets officers say PRESENT EVIDENCE AS TO WHAT AUSTIN Xov 27 Saturday the presented testi mony in the 53rd district court of Travis county on the Issue oT damages to be collected from r the Hofftiiari Construction company of Bastiandfor ftlleged excessive profits on highway contracts obtained fromthe state highway commission in 1925 Several witnesses have been sura by the state for Monday Is It a Crime to e Go to Sheriff to Ask Divorce 3fr 3f Wlienfievfre Gone U Ihis the office the of a Ford late Salunday afternoon informed that itrVira and the asked the his trouble the looked it his wife and pause these words that we can not and we yyant to get it this evening There no excuse for watting woufd just gat right The officer carne near losing citfts grant a asked to i Wliien he couple that it arid rot a and thfty left building a lawyer However udfling from the friend they v half needed va Advsce arjd the use of 5 welcome of widely known and be1 amount changed to the luved and furthermore ask j figure to conform the state lesrts thestores of Lubbock to remain open laiure survey committees recorDnienr that betwen the hourj j dation V and 3 in his honor After some discussion State Su Respectfully proclaimed by perintendent S M T Marrs pver U PARKISH j rodeattempts to condemn the Fair of Lubbock rcvhild certificate law by November 2T 7326 hat spetrifie name hi j The resolutioris committee accepted an amendment by which the asso ROCK ISLAND BUYS IMTEREST oiatioh resolved only to deplore PAtgHANDLE OIL TOWN forts lower standards pfteacheW ccrtif and ujrjre reapeal of the Nov 27 has in s he1 34 miles from Amarillo I cates for ten Rack acquired tows of on the Liberal line on der here today fn n letter from L C j I ritch of in land to Jv IX president of lownsite FRANCE TAKES STEPS TO DROP CHARGES AGAINST WASHINGTON Xtv 27 ron T Americaii ambassador to France has advised Secreuiry Kef logs that the French foreignoffice taking steps to have charge shoplifirns lyrought against Mrs Julia KRufman of BV of on October by Bonj Marche a Patris deparUneat store M TESTIFIES SOMERXTluLE X Jj rqy 27 Mrs tolhe add denial to her bnstbrers Henry Bdwani W husband sutct   

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