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Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1926, Lubbock, Texas tWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS VOL 5 NO 40 FORTYFOUR PAGES LUBBOCK LUBBQCK COUNTY TEXAS SUNDAY DECEMBER MEANS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS 3 LOOT BANK NEAR VERNON COAST GUARD SCHOONER IS BURNED WITH LOSS OF SIX LJVIS OEYTWOSAVEDBig Spring Hotel Clerk His Clothing Ablaze Rushes AS FLAMES SE CREW TO DEAT LINCOLN CARRY OIL AND GASOLINE GOES DOWN BODIES to Warn His Guests Firecracker Bandit1 a Bulldogged by Cop JOIN IN HUNT DEAD SEAMEN IN ATLANTIC Press CHICAGO IKc I nrfnxl but his exploit n bnekxnmri heirvy work wSth by torpedoes iJje mnrbli fhnr a man jruafil schooner Lincoln de by fire with n ksy of Jves today milts of ripe off th Xertli farolinrt navy by tho toas ciit tcr of weiO1 from fhe by the Mod 00 up iorfJoV A and bond robbo trie Fair nriior mores of worth of lorw in nil directions as tht pup of tisv torpedoes rung out of the loot wns Jivvi however for pursued by cltrks and custoinirs nndflmtily overlnuiltMl by s mmmt tct police mnri who dashfl through crowded street and himself from UJKHI hc the muiuvv of a cowboy bulldofisrmfr a 1 Tragedy Leaves Its Mark on j Woman Who Was Wife of Slain Editor TWO INJURED AS FIRE DESTROYS oSS so quickly fire BOUGHT AT with ftn eXplxslmi no time to Ltunh tbe two i 2001 19TH life A wind hasten All STREET FOR FOR OLD NO 1 0tv ot Iubbbik te Join t a for the n nntr future station of A f i frewj COLE HOTEL LIES IN ASH ES AFTER DISASTROUS BLAZE May Be Mikado With Yoshihitc Emperor of Japan Dying Prince Hiro hito Is Next in Line from Flames Mens Silk Breeches French Suggestion NIGHT DOUGLAS BUSH SAVES GUESTS BUT IS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL nlR n hotel No Offtciil Action Cleveland Bureau 3f didnt know that the n In the picture was the wid ow t MtUftt militant wlltor CiVnton X who Avsiis rimrdt m that trs jioTt lijfi mark on this wo man picture was as the vrii about the ev of crir SING i Tech Faculty and Students Make Routes of to Good Sufferers dirtying on the oK rftemTnjr tb night iruok an4 Kousvtt station This rrnditloft of tabl TO FIGHT INJUNCTION of titit orLtl attacksi vn crimein Pilt who with ti nfmrder IS GIVEN enjoyment o The of nave airrertf it eiirwtlnrt cnurch tr5C to body Nordyke and Howard off to Austm to JArtUJniay j Try to Get Road Work Approved x In the founty Churls Xordyke anl i Howard left about f5 night fnr Austin they will with statf officials In that Special To Tlir AvalatichcJournal j BIG SPRING Dec men j were seriously Injured one probably when fire destroyed the threej storyCole ihe city hotel one of the citys main ahuii midnight Friday nlkht The famous juonr one of Texas odpr Uuid marks itUday liesIti almost rlerk of tlH1 refused to divulge MLfl in hospitals here hej moreseriously injured ihe two ius lined badly burned hands and lefcs in his efforts to save Ives of hotel iiiicHts The other man was Injured when he Jumped from third floor of the flatning bulldni breaking his arm and suffering minor Injuries Starts From Oil TbP flrmies orieJiVfUVxl ln the fur nace froiii started from an explosion of the furnace Tvlry Hush to look niter live f u and in sVme the spreadinpabtitMfi ore the fire 8 Guests 1 H u h Yiifc fffiffT ili fr firm ace roo m with his clotiies a mass lumen arid ran madly through th halh oJ ihe biiJldlni oi vviiofii cswiivofl Must of the waved a part of practScaJlly all trxuiks other vere lost The fJredejwirtiuent fy but the such boost by the 100 irr Ions of fuel oil that hi1 little effect The Voeue KENTUCKY CONGRESSMAN GETS OUT OF ATLANTA PEN ON GOOD CONDUCT PARIS Dec French who popularized long dur InK their revolution of 1793 now are discussing u proposal 6 put the male into knee but fancry silkbreeches suchan Bieau 73rurnmels of the elghteentli cen tury Kver alert for feminine charms the Oallic male has observed through years how inch by inchwelldressed have shortfned iheir skirts their very knee caps the public gaze With his tradition al logic theFrenchman began ask why men should not bo cqital ly free to display whatever charms they may think they possess be tween ankle and knee AFTER LOCK11 INVAlif BANDITS ELUDE OFFICERS IN BATTLE NEAR ALTUS OKLA i MEN WITH STOLEN MONJEY HEADED BACK PANHANDLED Ybshlhito mikndo of Jcrpaii Isreported or dying 5n dis patches received from Tokio Due to the strictness of Japanese mourn ing ia expected that no definte announcement will be made until afior the holidays In the event of the mikados death Hiro hito prince regent will succeed him AIliRN riLlEn T A O I PAV LL Frljj README FIVEPLANES WILL TAKE OFF MONDAY TO VISIT NEIGH BOR CONTINENT CBy the Associated Press SAN ANTONO Dec motors of the type that brought Amer ica winged vietotry in the worldwar purred and at Duncan fielci be off on their Uy the Associated Dec W of Ijwbbock of Kentucky unre a power in the houso of representatives was panjlo inday from the At An iniunction prohiblthipr the on OIL WORKER KILLED Texas at PAilPA Tesaa TH Place 42 ilrliter on ore Braiifonl day off impact ih AGED SHOT WACOAN Dec l atM 55 aras shot here tonljiht in the hark y rtf his to Jwi In ill health time THE WEATHER road Just probably will be re lf St Iiiblok Monday haw served one year itvs road building will a tvrm of two yearx for conspiring In Lulibork j to yinlnte lavr By good conduct heobtained xsnder regular regular prison rrccommenrta iiun for which SJtTSOHt nriinted without action from tht whitehouse No Civil Righst AviiiliV tlie will release the Kcntuckian almost unconditionally A presidential pardon however xynuld havethin effect tho tlnio of convlcton Lanjr r his tenth tenn in the barber shop and the Elite Jierc d an7cious to Millinery Htore were pracucally de journey through Jlunapement ofthe former 1 By The Associated Press DecJ unmaskedmen who of Odeli at Odell 20 miles here of cajed without arousing arr Immediate alarm at oclock this afternoon later eludedcapture a second tltfie terengayiiig officers who sought to stop them near Altua in a gun With their Hiffht toward ed however the bandits turned back in their automobile aiid sped AVellirigton in which territory they sought Locked in Vault The bandits completed the robbery of while holding cashier Beach aSsistkrtt cashier and S E at pistol point They then herded DEMOCRATS VAINLY OPPOSE juVree into the bank vault closed arid MEASURE TO PAY locked the doer and WAR CLAIMS pd the bank to an the engine and drove They Escape Alarm of the robbery was sounded for several minutes the robbery until one of the yaultihp prisonerl victims with a r ys bis only tool out of the world war was passed toI dow trom lbe irisWe iiarrh V day by the houseaid sent r to the senate soon after r the received here that a of the road had engaged a rpaJjsterv in a noJbne Come The robbers had together officers arousing no pae who had walked they ciishiers windowr covered the customer bandits went By Associated Press alien property bill by which the adminis tration hopes to settle claims of American and German nationals ujrainst the two Offered7 as acomprurhise agreeable claimants and to all mem bers of the ways and tneans commit tee which drafted It the billAvas ap bju vote of 279 r Opposition catne largely from dem Provisions of Bill described Inthe cbrnmittee re port accompanying bill it would provide for the immediatelpayment infull of theclaims ofAmerican nationals nsroinst Germany7 not in cess andfor the payment in full but in of the re into the gathered bills to maituierof the suchclaims for thWj nation arid then locked thVvictimg paymentof theimmediate future of 50 percent claims of German stroywl innnursred today that the shopwill be reopened in s vacant space in the of the Cbrfmber of Commerce of fices J C of the razsd hotel jsaid today that he will rebuild on the same location on which he ex pects to xvork as soon as possi bles The losswas only partially cov ered by insurance of the uncharted remainder of snch claims in South America which s work In this county unmolested AUBI FOR PAT McDerrnatt Expectsuto Prove Ho Was Somewhere Don MtHelt Was Killed CANTON Ohio TXt IS is stnitinj hLs life on an allbL This was made A clear tonight with the announcement counnel that irfal fur the murder of Bon R by on I puhllRher will the n defense AUnesx take the stand They declare thnt hfs story will como as the climax of s ritetidily built up Ji HICKS STILL HELD Man Charged With WaplesPfatter Cigarette Theft Has Not Made Bond F Hicks Friday in 1 nectioii the burftlary of the store in this city j stIH in theSunty jail So far Hicks has niade effort to pro cure bOThl in nil probability he within noxt day Charges have ben filel asrnlns him nn1 mnde 1 say iK from the tenth phical dlvi CHILD SLIDES BANNISTERJ5 TO DEATH BOISlv Dtc IS Ward kiilod todayJn a fall fioih the fourth the of the state capltol He is lfe Heved to have started to down tile truanl rniJ of the stairsvay HOUSTONITE iMISSING No Word From Texas Contractor Who Hei Been Mysteriously Gone Three Days i IIUOSTON Dec IS H Osborne building about 43 years old has been missing from I his rooms at a hoiel here since ThnrsI day hishtr TT Jlamel manager of j said Xo one api has of him since that An madfe Saturday scheduled to start Monday Designed forwar these motors to ady were ready for a mission of peace armys PanAmerican flight which will carry ten officers to more seventy cities and thirty geogra phical dlvscris Tune Uo feld prevented any practice flights and the hourswere spent In tuning up inspecting oTerhaulins and making certain that the last threadin tholasi bolt was Jn proper shape Bach officer made a final check on the last artcle in his scanty and the San Antonio chamber of commerce bought the last Iwuquets of for the women whowiirchristen the flying boats Monday morning ships patents stations and for the payment pf the remainder of snch claims in install ments but the total amount is not to exceed less adminis trative for the immedfate return of SO percent of propj erty held by the alien pronofty cus todian and for the eventual return of the SCOTTrAPPEALS Man WhoHas Rests Hrs CaseWith Illinois Court INGERTON ARRIVES Head of Physical and MUitary Train ing For College to Begin Duties First of Year of Amarilio f football star SPRINGFIELD Russell T under sentence at Cliicago for of Joseph drugclerk now rests with the IJlmois supreme court The case which to bevwlth bat precedent in the United f States was submitted to the court tbday by Attorney XVilliam Scott Stewart of Chicago counsellor the thrice escaped the TANK FALLS KILLS 3 Gallon ly from Roof of Quaker night Wpet in touch with relatives at i Kansas WALES IS A HEftO Bee IS with the CroUQsmore hounds 1n the Mellon district today the PrSnco of Wales displayed great pluck and presence of mind in checking the horse which had the multimil lionaire Captain Xlfred Loewenslein Pa Tec i Three persons were killed six were removed to hospitals leciuse of Juriesand a nunrbcr of others were hurt less seriously when a lts000gal lon water lank on the roof of the T candy factory collapsed today Rhoades Ingrerton former Center college who has been coaching at BuckneU j with Charlie Moraru arrived in Lub book last niirht preparatory io en tering on liis duties as director of physical education and military training nt Texas Technological col GAS KILLS Bascom Richards Overcome in inson Field and Dies Shortly Afterward T AMAR1LJO Texas DecJ3 Bascom was come from gas late today entered the cellar of anvoil xvell drill SANTA VISITS SCOUTS ins in t3ie Hutchinson county oil field Axtell Company Gives Christmas I near here He dfed a fetv mitviites Present South Plains Santo Caus came to the lxy scouts of the South Plains area yesterday in the form of a letor from F W Ax j tell of the Axtell Company Fort the indebtedj for purchase and installation of later Two other workmen in lar at the time were seriously ed by the fames BRAKEMAN BEATEN all ofw Philadelphia at West Sunday partly cloudy rains in east portion north portions Mon er day partly cloudy handle Lubbock TnSnimum 27 JiOO Incli in the Pan 3o ralnfnlU 3 PEDESTRIANS STRUCK 8Y CARS AT J AND 12TH of 12 May acted as traffic officer at the Toxrts Avenue and Broadway yester day directing ihv Chrlstmns crowds Kvidence of the neetl of direction was shown by thev fact that on three oc whilo Chief temjwi rartly absent ixxlestrtftinsjsvere struck by automobiles HELD FOR WIFES DEATH Tec18 Jes sie Retfd is Sn the Coffee coun ty Jail charged vrth thfe murder gf his the kitchen of the homo iivt nlghi with her cad I cat nearly otC Gheer Editor liable Startspying Stores of LubbocK to Buy Provisions for Sufferers Punas for the Avalanche Christmas Cheer been in ins past fews days but many hundreds of dotJars arc need ed It now less than one week until Christmas and goi to help supply joy in Lubbock it that you get your at The mas cheer editor spent several hours purchasing goods of the city and in a few been Two families have been given food several have had coal delivered to thetr one woman soon a mother was supplied with foodT aod other articlesy Saturday Sufv ferlng In this hone is satd to be Jcheer editor wlU vis it them Monday and wilt supply whatever may need Thereare several families in f T similar and some of four or five widows will be as sjsted But if they are to have enough toaid them it s necessary that go their pockets and dig up Some very many have notgiven a There is stil time to act and if you vvant a part the work supplying Christmas joyrsend in your donation Master assocJa tion of r made the fargtst for they sentfna check for w Saturday They of Cheer EdTtor and the poor Yesterday wo reporteda do nation for the This was an error and should have been credited to the Painters Pa per and Decorators Last year thecarpenters made the largest any organization in the their do nation being There is still time to actr but we must havemore money if ati poor be remembered Previously reported and Faperhangers Union P Lehr Burton S Burks Master Plumbers association been 3n use pumping water into the park j reservoir Santa Fe brakeman late was cut several times i on tlc Itead last night whe struck with a heavy lantern j with another Santa Fe Stewart sewed up the DELINQUENCY COSTLY Failure to Pay Water Bills On Time Costs in Cold Cash to Local Consumers Failure to pay xvater bills on time has citizens in cold cash monlfc Of 87 meters cut off to dnte seventyfive have been re connectedat a charge of each City Secretary F WV Groce said yesterday He further said that about fifty more delinquent meters would be disr connected Monday unless payment oC bills Sa made early Monday morning GETS 000 BECAUSE DOC USED ACID IN LfEU OF SALTS CHRlSTrAAS Kans Tec IS A C litowmaii real estate hnjker was avrarded a yerdice In a sut brought Against Dr E C Coyie of CoffeyviUe inthe district court V X claimed thrt the defendant insteadof Eapsam treating him during an
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