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Avalanche-Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1926, Lubbock, Texas TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING UNDAY AVALANCHEJOU VOL 5 NO 10 LUBBOOK LUEBOCK GOUJSTTY TEXAS DEOEMBKK 920 A ATION THAT COVERS THE SOU n PLAINS MEAXS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS LUBBOCK MERCURY FLIRTS WITH ZERO WEATHE SANTA ARRIVES WHH WEATHER THREE THE WEATHER JOVIAL SAINT PINES COMPARATIVE WARMTH OF NORTH POLE i MAXIMUM HERE IS 23 CLEAR SKIES GIVE PLEDGE OF STILL FURTHER FRIGIDITY ri Saista to in tho k th warmth of ilu Its rnlfriiKiiT tmvrk ti from vrriich th ivatff not cat hy find and Lrter ivri rrn ffj the Min seniJifss ing ajre hu y day mend Tl A M station authority for thit t rcury f i xltitvn idy Hr ami Uir su CHRISTMAS JS I SLOWLY DISAPPEARING j v dropped i y of f tin 3 in NORMAL YEAR IS S IN PROSPECT if e Beater Dr Houck Washington Hos pital Attendant Accused of Whipping FLIVVER KING CALLS AT TENTION TO LARGE SUR PLUS ON HAND DKEYS 5DAY WEEK CONDEMNS OVERSELLING ON INSTALLMENT PLAN By D J WILKIE Dec ntKtnpt to must trmpistd with ih titt yinr cijMns i surplus of IKnry FJ il U1 hi Air ioik lo spike i fvv ru iiis in tho ih five Uiy Normal Year NV is a surplus und now iv i surplus if debt Un tlif material vurous will of You in ivhivh fall h vtrir should b i i yinr prosperous j i he re 1 rtal prosperity is thai til participate iml in which mnn cn and wiion Cotton Queen t High School Girl Beats 100 Boys m Acre Contest in H Hi Nacogdoches u I fr n a POINT ISABEL FISHERMAN IS FOUND DEAD BY WIFE WAS CARRYING SIFTS VALDEZ SURROUNDED BY WATERSOAKED PRES ENTS FOR SIX iNG rrrs rimilft hy soakod rtollis anl other Chrismas toys he had lurj for his family of six small chil dnn tluIotly of Crux Point nslxrman fijund at u oclock today in a short dsianrc fron his homo ValKi left his honn early Clirist evo informing his h was to sfore a mil dislunce to jliuifjliaw Cliristmasjjifrs He t the stbro ut 10 oclcok 1iirly this the illstracied i scaixliin party which ih Joint bcach and i fruitless search snaintuined throughout tlie Jay As she was ro lo htr children she happened lo passthe rn1 the body of hr husbanrl standnp uprifrht In about four of watrr surroitndfd by the play he htsd j Thr well wasonly nine feet in j livii Valrtez hartbeen to i the smooth sides The nfjjht J v I cod Und it is presumed bo Dr Knute Ilouck at St i numbed and finally died from jKHsabrths in PROPHECY FULFILLED r rKrs fmjriturv rr on Jr to th thfr or rrttfbiJr rcriiJors of prosper to Tho rumored x oyUndeT car vnis i nothing to Ac Credit and the TOO ir titifnufuet jrvr iild t omt u to crcdit In eohxtruriK but bnyond that point adnUttrd ttu police that vorely hen his wife the night bfore she Tiie awlhorSties in mmo for I W O U N D E D FARMER IS i BROUGHT BACK FROM CLOVIS TO HOME i ADMISSION COMES DURING FUNERAL OF WIFE AND EIGHT j Tex Dee J5 j v Hassell asserted tonight on i his hospital that he was ready j u he shot for ho slaving of his wife I whichhad a poor to the i Tht camr he was j asked if lie feiuvd mob violence j who suffering from stab j efinflicted at thetime of i luni regarding j iiirjiiiy Liter foviful dead in a cavedr j on tiio Has5eil farm foixtfi to shoul boy Asserting i inf ftui dcarh ind only 10 lie he this xvlll fin Physicians lIissolt was sufffir j more mental than an i Kuish that his oondiiioiv was no I clnnfrfririis Uo gave the names rolativjK of his sJain but no roplifrs received late tonight fj wiresHInt them KA Ti ICO Ms Elsra f By Associatotl t5 QrKe J near I Texan Who VVrcta White CappFng Jir cotton eon farm or uC the FarvreH coni Note Found Dead BySweeti the stato ma today adniitted he killed his heart Near West in ehiMron Ihreevstekn S tee Trim nmiTif fSSir r I WK r I K iu 1 I TTitliVll Thi linhti of never whnllv oviln DfES WHEN ENGINE PLUNGES THROUGH WASHED OUT TRESTLE until fthvut Ih ip riexrn Msnm r1 yse nevpr having thai attitudt toward quality which itftR iind frivt Is niinply tb like a ni ii fnr what wtml cam be DIfS IN LEE WESTERFIELD A THEATER MAN VICTIM OF CHRISTMAS EVE COLLISION fly Press KOUT WOJtTii Tex a Irnphccy a notiety niji uj near her home recently Iiil ordosfcy her f sweetheart shot tlirouirh liie head j Christmas morning she went to i milk Thi notice had said that a I murderer and a suicide vvqitid rest tliere beciiuse tf untrue love of his MWCftbftart He died at 2 m x Czech ho McDERMOTT NASHVILLE FLOODED uwtitr of tli Fawn in of white cap wKu moved to Fort Worth against Rordosky When A betn Hold on insrtnllment plniiup tis or beyond Hntunlay suffered FriI inctiimh out of Uic nlKht collision lieJ mnrkrt rmtl he not contrUAiLe veei1 his a strxet Santa Glaus Drowned Out As Cumf me of lh curnniunlLv llei bertand River Overflows Half G t njucii cUt of as rinii hLs nioney fur sis roJle tn y Toxripr by burled iboir bodies inau in of tin one provised thf bciclc yeard ac nit scboo1 to a report fromthe sheriffs i I liot njrlit the hospital a iTtBB E IW broUht Clovis New Mexico LJlLiiiiJIn jneiir doAth from wounds statement to the offi otu1 tllHI1 T did it 1 did ifle c would give a detailed ac I be killed hisentire f am 1 together with iiis motive in a tomorrow May Recayer IVIIH able to speak the nbove t thousrh physitifims I say his condition is iniprovJ BE BY NfiORE INDICTMENTS reportrd to bo rp time of the NASHVILLE Term Dec 25 mats Oay At Mexico Be Buried At Fort Worth Sunday Afternoon of O r Four i men in the wiion from tVrty coins to flii day in wrJrJj said urid he of j itieP time whnt they Jiy a ftluvk tlt IVoplr vJio have PORT Dec 25 for u Cisr by Jrln Vrm Trui Mexican j tho of inwiissfpi today u African traj and i Ura if Cj must have ns clothcn Tvy at SHOT TO DEATH Hiin Vm Crux the tbfr arrival of uparrpart j from San Antonio Their HUM j Brokers Threat Kill Wife m be f Endt m Death Qf MEXICANS FIGHT i hrtve u variety of inure iimirv vnrSous oihtr kinds Thusthe jntlustrsal vohieof leisure sx n niotor of the consumjitJon of riml Ktimulnni to hox been AOUTH AVENGES MOTHER KHU Man Who Wounds Mrs M l Herringlon After Being Separated From Funeral of Charles Mcluln forner who died at his today of PrlncipMily in northeast Nas TTill held here Sunj above ffood stase Nttt niunTr uill stnnd the The police department curried out i conviction systematic relief durinpT the day To Trial Soon and usinp boats rcsoued some fifty I One tho two My rtudner families from the Farwell er ed in tlie labors of digging the nine prnvts in vrhich the plac ed Ieintr from a shallow i7trout IT ihf Kassell farm where cajneti Texas from Oreiron f In his yrjutli In pln5n country In hp vlrinSty of rcymuur o sr business ture He the JOVVA MURDER MYSTERY STJLL REMAINS UNSOLVED COUNCIL were si in unsuccessful in theirsearch for clues findlnpr of the mysteriousstranj they nre convinced kilUM Mrs John I VJerard 41 by strJinsUncr hert home lost One May Die After Stabbing Affray i jr c XurkoIlH 3 city At Jwgular localeotion brokrr Fta Dec Vein Severtd lothcy Hcrrtngton 19r tnd to captvire Tem hnd i hsrt today when Inttrr is said ta have the Herrinpton homc and shot and ser Jouslv wounded Mrs nllesexl victim has Farwoll authorities were rcrailing the ileath of Hassolls o at one two yoars j hf vras ktckotl by a thtr jury fnultr xvere Avorkinff oiKil imiutannts 1 axithoritles were I ul ot 5 brothers death u thft time somewhat ol a inys tfry iiiy wtory iiccidfent Der Hl V5Jlnryrii tt antT Martinez wfihj wounds URGES AMENDMENTS In lhv jail of n affray which occxsrred here taVs in the nrvk Mlftmnch one cut nearly sevrin the JuRTilftr vein there little for his revovery Martinez jurvtritt j In ih face and body Et nod jn sly Bounded Mrs Meharg First Woman To Bo Secretary of Ststc Would Change Provisions OF That Office of surRlcal opcmtion xt the hands of a kidnappJntr hand is said to have gone to the HerrinRtfm hume tft w WR wiftifrom whom he ATSTIN lec 2S WVCnni idlU police ousamcrMmpnts in np1 firing as he entered vine to her office the UlWR Mrs HorHnR fell LOTS OF PRESENTS FOR PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY Mrs Mtharp hienntnl report Mrs Grtgshy Mvharjr secrtlary of to Miriam A Kfrfruson reloaded here S rtsinvifw Is the firnt woman to serve as seviitary f strut of She that the of hy the Vajirty and j mi her than potntive that the secretary of states of all ktnd hlpe celebrations of the and ilrs Cooi TEXAS PROS WIN ON GRIO RiiJar inrreased and that officer oe sriven esisatJve jutliority np point two jtecretadis with to act In his that a civil service system be for employes j SAv ANTONIO Dec hy the jjm Kend ricks and Fay former Texas A FRENCH PARDON GERMANS P4ri5 jn vafrea in a game boro Germany on the charge of J Xjtul QUIET CHRISTMAS Chief May Says Ncbody In Jail Says Fireworfcs May Be Off r Outside of Limits i312 ent To Ai MORE THEN 160 to send ihe bos otit GET HELP FROM Lots of GOODFELLOWS A xalruicbo Journal ChrLstmas ATTACK POILUS j by the family i Sholy iftor his Two French Soldiers Bcatan by Gerj the moving man Civilians Said To thr fjrnisy lo his funn near Fanvell 3e llassoll is safiTerinsc from J the heait Fri XFAVKNC1I iVc u3 Iis fttrm when ucputysher Two IVench Iifs wore rtTicovering the ot his and ly fer r Iho camiwiyri hiVs closed GoodI cn wds that were out OrtsiL has is in jusi been to some 20 families and S53126 Most of this money hns ern are a few uho will get coal 160 have i The of Lubbock btvp liberal in their donations but 1C they could huve with the cherr eitor or others who helpetldeliver the packaiarcs thoy wouM have repaid many times over for all thy mass the French o jvauJ full priceFormost nf thorities thai th i withnnu j both or the coaf this season tnough O int rnnae tho List sov The cheer bosran rtistriburing Christmas sifts and his work of the but familJcn in The man and his bUhd R1 vi i i nni been supplied with vloth higr food ami fuel and if the Is not al ne when The ts over an adrUlional ton of coal will that the prohibition on shootinR fireworks nppUed only In the fine 1im UH and that in the residence portions of the pyrotechnical displays wore not Wln Just they cared for yonr and addivsa a LAD HELD FOR MURDER So A fifteen yeir old boy Sarfno todaywas In custody charged the CTbvistmas party late fastnight Uic chevr that you set BUFFALO STEAK IgM Ranches Sends Out Real Christmas Delicacy to American Tfaalcs ADMIRAL ORDERS tT Doc 23 iistmas TV inch the fore REBEL CHJEFTEN TO DISARM toti cheap to be de jsirol forth tffsin Goodnight thts American tables ndx25 T American tables In the Txv buffalo dressed at tho n to a Dr Jarn TVtutis of has or ITl rsiAny VtOBS mnrh for and in Texas Tlrery in Answer to pre oox be jnvon them FewToys i A eomplote report will b This very few in the Journal Monday ufti toys money was limited nnd thoie j wns we i Subscript ions for nnd In uhere there are j to at B AVotfordlil least one tovforVaich fruit j and api MASfSB N C H 1C AGO PAYS WITH U FE on ftd days herd 5j rt tnost places frotn the the ptiti CHICAGO which siyiri the rou a truck driver f TO ATTACK LANDJS anl ly
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