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   Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS r r NO LUBBQCK LUBBQGK COUNTY SUN 1 1920 MEANS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS MOODYS STENOGRAPHER HELD AS GIRL BANDIT OF PENNIES SWELL FUND TO BRING CHRISTMAS AREISouth Plains Cotton Spun and Woven A1DTOI Dr Horn Wfciii SANTACLAUS1 EMPTIED FROM ONE PINT BOTTLE IN ELK CAFE LABiJR CONTRIBUTES Freak Picks Mans Pockets BARBERS PLAN TO GIVE i ONE HOURS PROFITS t TO CHARITY Organized labor Its rvp proVal the AfalancheJourriaai ChriBtmna Cheer Fund Saturday when the scercuiry of the Laiubock union Xo 8SS hsmded i the cheereditor a check for Imt year the labor unions of tho city contributed more than and I there reason working1 mon of the city will do asf this year The bluest man In Lubbock whose name fx withheld ateo handed fn but the largest came out of the r Kohd Jar ftatinned atthe Etfc4 for when ft was onfned Satur afternoon it cbntvlsied just were 1 other jars Jn the city NEW YORK Dec It denis of ihV lower West Side wore manholes a wide berth to day after 1 freak explosion that threw a woman up In tho nir the irouwrs half off a man and picked pockets of Throe manhole covers their sealed by snow and fee blew up at u ftcroft jntcrseclton llrx Alldre Cohneiiy witstand ing one cover at the time of explosion She vvan 10 feet In air and severely bruln ed Robert Craig was near of the axcimdinp dtecs and the blast rfpjKKt off thd riKht istde of his trouHors turned the pockoi in Hfdp out and with his torn trdHsfcivt vrere cast hack to the street hut thw money tailed to Crntir treated byan ambulance for nKtonishmenl und left for his UUSors IDALOU HIGHWAY PLANS APPROVED BY STATE BOARD LUBBOCK COUNTYS THIRD LINK OF HARD SURFACE ROAD OKD not no wtlf will Rhosv However the sUm takrn the JITR They not be opn again an til Christ mas rind seme of m Subfcriptfont to hi Avalanche Cheer Fund up oclock FJ G Wv UftFor No r tM ooorrf 2 60 Mrimi F arui J l3 Quick brought To bundtci of clothing E W Provence Who Will Bie Tech Business Man ager Takes Post Wed J COOUDGE TAX CREDIT DSAppRpveo av G o P COMMITTEE Associated Press repuhHcun ship of the houiw vrays and Incltidioir President Cool credir jr for the PROVISOS MADE RIGHT OF WAY ROW MUST BE SETTLED HERE Plans and specifications on Luo bock countys third link of hard siir fnee involving state high way No 52 from Lubbock to the countx HnR just bcypnd xrerc approved by the State Highway Com mission Saturday with the proviso that right of way e secur od according to advices received it thr of County Judge Chas Sor dyfce from B P Garrett rvsULent ori Striker of this county who Is in Austin plans The state also is ready to with procedure leading to be of corrslrncilon work on the yC iCor ami to pay Itsj the hard surface provided tho county pays for arid drdrnage construc tion except for 5QQ tt was learned This the fourth jiroiject In the ly npd involves Uie road the county vNo action has been taken by loners Court on the proposal jiehdlng receipt or tiVbre rte Informationregarding the project The the y a adilrtcdr ifty ihcy tht time irrfsh that hfs ISVW Klk Caff artabrtet to Ai ht moat for to rut t i ta sui IticludeiJ ihdse to be tucked Away fnto legislation V f ha t under exlKtinc ihe wHl bv applied to reduction of the public debt at tiie iiKlof year Jurio30 Lose m me n d ed Such fMapoMtion In hJtf mcAsaprfti to she estimated thr aurpluH at se were dfmocrats naS plnccd It 5fity fr clear cut re 1 I Jected a move than a yi Texas ranking frwm one of them and anl the efrmmSttep to hold hearing oti the democratic tax reduction to Give f Lilbbock bill Not Tot1 erid of the to hot yet been pendt ing deVeibpmenl of contro1 twojRroupH of Xubbock j crfanty oUfieris wih pnc group wcok ihj to luive designation made over j the the experiment sta iion arid the to hiirdsurface project dealgnatcd over of thbPlain vie whlgh way thencieast at the railroad trcs Kle parallel ttf the Qrosbytori branch ofthttSnnta Fv The the route due eusL oiit turnIn a northeasterly direction just beyond the canyon interesting1 the old hlph iitthe northwest corner of the expcriinerit Mtntlon holdlnirs arid on northeast point on the Crosbyton SpENTSMAfE pSlDENTSSif ROMANCE OF COTTON BRES WILL BE SHOWN AT AUSTIN Pleads for Death HABEAS BUT BOND IS TO ADVMISE TEGH 54 BOYS HOME FABRICS THEY HAVE WOVEN v A yard roll of gray cotton cl6th waits in the office of E Camp in charge of the textile department of the Texas Technological coile for tho scissors and the needles which will transform It into a suit of clothes for President P W Horn Horn will wear the clothes to Austin to appear before tHb ture clad in coiton raised ginned spun and woven on the South Plains and thinks that this fact will add weight to renueat for ratification of the fl appropriation recomniehded for the college by the board of Thecotton from which jthei cloth was spun mid woven wais Braised al AbernathyMr Camp saysV Its a Hard Road r Passing through dozens of maqhlnes beaten shredded rolledV into lapstorn apart1 asain thresKQd and snbjected to many the tlni that South pfain come but cleariiseg and be twisted into cfoth of many pattern textures and s of whatthe newschool WORTH Dec 11 Vlxt me be worth the price of a The price for Don Wilson 17 if he lives may be an invalids that the remainlns years of hla career may be spent in the penitentiary He this why be pleaded with nurs es Saturday night at a hospital not to try tosave life was shot Friday night while trying to rob X C Buchanan 34 His brother Jack Wilson 21 was killed in the attempt Don freely discussed robberies in which he had participated re Buchanan who shot the pair of brother robbers is siifferihgr from bullet inflicted when hc He will recover arise hospital tendants said TOM WOUUD CERTIFICATE AND THIRTY M BANNS GIRL REPORTER INTER VIEWS BUDA THEN LOOTS BANK By Associated AUSTIN Dec When sfate prosecutors declared charges agaihst her htrf been filed in conn iection with the B uda bank robbery icatjon for writ of habeas corpus in behalf of Miss Rebecca Bradley university uarte and stenographer in the office Governorelect Dan Moody was missed late tonight by diatricV judge JR Hamilton before a crowded room Miss Bradley was urreated seyeral hours earlier by of fleers searching for the flepper bandit who V Farmers National bank of nearly Saturday af after forcing two men into a Habeas corpus hearing brQUght by Miss BraQIeys mother Grace Braaiey were heard at a district court oCssion held midnight Texas university who knew the accused girl were in the e ABsociated Press TexasDec 11 Proposed iliws tightenmsr the mair in Teias will be sub i 15 president FSrjr1 VV an nounced An audit being1 thir jchocrffboftJcjT tidestfiieh toxvrfs and scurfs at carry homewith them for the elusion Mr Provence formerly j but he ptans if possible manager at Baylor funi f such remembrances Tec versity His socks to the school ties and most ofthetn ae planning to WOMAN WINS GUN FIGHT this for he masses OkUhoman Slsin WHh Mrs EHts Hobbson Streets of Perry thence paralSel to and on the aide of railroad to the county Imc v Parallels Denver This latter route will parallel th4 Denver both this I side and iKyond the experiment station for some bVt according u COUNTY HOLD MAN ON A CHARGE OF POS SESSING RYE tejher the Hotel shop that on riext S a m irid 3a2 ro that ftU the money taken 5i at that shrtp to thai nuni f Jn H S of wiH ypar tsnlon e pan anS oiyef to thetfiifer fund see all the barbera In cJty so hltn know a the PBRRT womans x Okls It Pj i BJH Dearborn 5 follow result 30 Dec moro rfi dead tonight jruh flphi on the main evoninjr with Kills coTtzrnns of the may i ARe ano ih er thl ffsr we prom not tfr solicit Just Feavc to the public dv and pive AS it might Wei fit We undcfylahd that certain Sunday and Sunday school CHEER B The wns foofiht around Dear ftutomoblle fthlch was Mrs Hobba produceil a pinto and oshottnK after ignoring Dearbornw de mands that she enter the born an aatomatJc pinto from car krd from the op side opened fire MEXICO ON GUARD Trouble Expucted At Municipal Elee Today Is One of Year twoi will b4 approximate ly 300 feet This fact has causf ed Konie complaint on the part of iiropcrty the route hut bnckera of the route say that this handicap can be by chans inK the survey on either the raUroad or to brlns them into close proximity of the other route counter with the assertion Is a more logical routeCand that the rlpht ofway can aecUred at much less cont to property owners Final ionMn the matter according to Nqrdyke must be made by the state department OPPOSE COTTON COTROL Per Cent of East Dont Want Leci ation C of C Fsrm THE WEATHER partly cloudy north nrecTosM and the carrying of armsby for part5C the cfaborate cautiona taken by the to possible trouble at the rnu nlcipal election tpmorrnwr PoUtlcal feeling has been running to morrow also Gundalupc day the holiest the year for ilcxicah Catho Texaii Dec 11 Elpfhtytwo per cent of the agricul tural and business leaders Sn r Dec 11 Texas opinion hag been re Cqucstedi to iVKislaUvh control of cotton the East Texas Chamber of Commerce an non needhere tod sent to 4 counties and Fifteen gallons of perfectly whisky and a liberalsample of mash were found at the home of H H ID soytliweat5 of bock DcpuUes Vernice Fortl and J T said after they raided the prcmlseB early Lubljock arid held in the county jailon a charpe of posrsesslpn of Hquorj v Of fleers had been watchlnir the place for time they were sure thoy would find plenty of evidence IFr there only one barrer of mashon hand at the time of the that six Iarrel5 were foundat n point nearby The in twolarge But 231 to a Thread before the South Plains jpf the ieffislafure arider resolutions adopted toda y d ct j u djres of Texais as J tijelr tw6day convention closed V The marriage will be embodied in a legis would reciuire that banns or noticea be published or posted in a public place 30 days before the of marriage the ofthe contracting parties Svpuld be rpcruired as oVL further data concerning the history of the11 coniractins parties resolution by llorion B ton graduates in the form of mementoes ft hrvs a harfl pursue The tiny Inch of which 31 fbrm an Inch used for weaving the ordinary cYdth on the college1 looms tSprhl spirals and KO out stfnight Ut erally its they arc But they never their Tbe straight clean Httto wisp bfycptton is woven into TEXTILE TO ARGUE MELLETT CASE Trial fcrVMurder of Canton Ed itor Will be Laid Before i Jury Monday Porter of Hillaboro As tc1 Dtvorci law on divorce also submitted to the next legisla was presented byJudges JJ E Wnrd oCCleburne and Bruce Voung Fort The resolutions are limi ted to divorces sought oh the ground of cruelty Neither party to the di vorce suit would be permitted to marry for 12 months and the pro hibition against nmrisafire would last fiveyears for party at fault SAX ANTpNio General Dan Moody had tonight concerning Vthe of Miss Rebucca si inL h is of f ice T in A u sp recommenaerl by1 a vfriehd after she applied for work aiid that he had tbd hisoffice her n position It she as there a vacancy in the of fice at He said that lie had litUe of hot but t hnt sho had seemed tobe very efficient N Ohio Dec 11 After upon their arms In Uthroughoutthe rfedcral dlatrtct about JiOOO replies OnlyV 18 per cent Tdf these tion favored the conserva ANTICIPATES CHRISTMAS LANDS IN 6ITY JAIL rather and JinFeat was madcv Ono man unabJe to until consumed hLi annual allotment of NEW TRIAL EOR LEAHY Man Convicted of Doctor v Ramaey of Chance CJEORGB TVESTTcxaSv Dec 1 1 Hanrj1 sentenced to 50 years prisotj f or the death of J A Ramsey I physician ddflnij the day and In the even lowing trial district a new trial court Saturday Viy Judgpi Cos glyca A the city jail GLOE FACTORY EXPLODES NEW YORK ex plosion today ihetvo story factory of the ofr j the Bronjw Several em1 ficer that he stolen an automobile He HELD FOR THEFT rv Tommy Crawford vaa arrested by patrolnvah Of fa Williams Priday orn adjacent heldby blown v by the J was fined on slmfbtr PRISONERS St Louis Jailbirdt1 Beati Jailer Com roander Automobile and Get Away Clean ST LOUTS Seven pris oners in the county jail at Clayton a suburb held on chargesin cJudlncr nrHirder ed late today after brxitally JixswiuH Injir Beputy Sheriff Rudy Baumer actinsr WHS un conscious by The jail delivery is the s Investigation into the murder of Don RMellett itor the V state Monday will lay jjfca case before a jury in common pleas Prosecutor C B McCUntock in hf 4 opening arpnment will tell the jury that he seeks to prove Patrick Kiiperie McDcrnrott first of three co defendants to be tried was an under world who joined In the ter attack of orgrinlzed ice the isditorH crusade decree on the close of the hear linKVwould be an Interlocutory one not final for 12 months For the offender would be pun ishable the same as in biamy cases Tf the party at fault shoxild marry the end of fiveyears he would be punishable the same as for bijramy Both resolutions unanimously were adopted I FOUR PARDONED Governor Ferguson Let Another Quar tet Outof Time for Christmas Dinner Threeof thp r overpowered a motorist near the fled in his iiutomobile The other four SHIP BLOWS UP Men Hart i As Tanker Explodes in New York Harbor v Just Arr rfved from YORK of explosions the tanker anchored in Ruttermllk oft Kew York harbor Two men wort sef Fifteen the crcw of 38 at the time butdus to the alertness of oiler all escaped A fexv received Injuries recent ly arrived from BeaumfTnt C ROBERTS DIES rfted tf Tlichardsojii v in afternoon ajccotdlrig to advices r4athlijg Tjubbock vl atid Mrs Jr Robrta of TO EXHIBIT WORK r Manual Training Exhibits Will Be SHown Patronsof High ScfiooJ Next Thursday and Friday Stadents of the manual train fngTdiST partinentjof the plajv an exhibition on Thursday and Frldav December 16 of andothers are to be present on either or bothT of th6 days from 9 oclock In the morning until 5 in the v AH women who bring A sqaarc board either pine or hard he Riven a cake board G Ms wlir be jcivcn small rolling pins while boys will be given police billy STEALS DALLAS PAYROUU Armed Snatch From dry Employee in DALiLAS Dec 11 today rerKWted that no trace had found lv t men who the payroll of the Oriental com h ere They heM Walter Hard wick office and took vVUSTtX Texas pee 1 1 Four fqirpardonF and a parolo were grant ed Saturday by Governor Miriam A Refuses Release ie Hamilton would riot Hiss HarnUtphsrTe leaiie after District J D Moore declared that bcry fileiV against in Hys 7Vtrs Bradley heard of the 1 arrest oE her daushtery she hadaft torn ey apply for awrit of habeas cor pus aTle sins that her daughter wirs beinpr illegrally Harailton made the writ turnable in district cburt here at Pi m tonight ortlering the and other to brinE MiasBradleyinto Taken to San Marcos Before this order could be Tmwevcr Chief of Police Sheriff Miller anrj Ranker Frank Ham or with the girl a on to San Marcos south here seat of the county In which the When Hamilton court tonight the district attorney informed himi that forrnarl of had filed against the girl in San cos and thst she was beinp held there and not be jurisdiction The judge dismissefttht habeas corpus hcjarinip Bond Granted At his home soonater the habeas T Fergusori pardons Bryan Jones Hays county murder five to 39 years 3 C Martin ColHn county murder t 20 years Ed Goodman Taylor county liquor one year Frank Clark Jefferson county liqudr one year i CAN CAK LICENSES TX Cblficlor HoUandvAH Set NbW to Issue Green and White Auto rnobHc if you have the cash you may now 1927 car license plates forTa3CColJcctor Holland has an ample supply on hand Lubbock coun ty licenses next year will at No 646301 and include No R53300 it niay be that there are cars Jn this thc hlgh sent that number corpus of the court of criminal ed bail to The bond wns made to Juidire OerirpeCaHiounoftfae trict court here If CaJhpun the signatures on the old likely rev the Hays San irarcos before Bond for Miss J 000 plates as Veil as truck COOLIDGE ASKS V MONEY TO FINISH OUT YEAR UlTA CHAPLIN tO5 tl r r Chaiplin estra nged youn g wife comedian fOe divorceiand was U Cort was asked Coot tdge today to appropriate to meet anticipated before the rclose of the June 30 the total J 17 Is for the refund of Hies y i federal an ADJOURNS stood without Control foreign mJnf sterse armahtcnt See BUDAJ 8 v   

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