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   Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1927, Lubbock, Texas                                SOUTH fUUHS VOL 52 TEXAS SUNDAY JANTJABY MEANS BY ASSOCIATEDjf GRID BATTLE HERE FUND WjUJ BE UNDERWRITTEN HERE PLAN ADOPTED Eddie Collins in on Deal to Buy Says Swede Ruberff DRIVE TO BE STAGED MATADOR CLUB C C AND B C D ARE ACTIVELY BACK OF MOVE The backers of Scarj let BUtch nnd irrSd fnns j of will bo tfivin an I opportunity to Tonch K iVee j as A A Umm in iOttoiier 2S if ciuti ami the l Review When C6alidges Hold New Year Party J WHITE HOUSE AGLOW FOR BIGGEST EVENT OF SOCIAL SEASON hy Athletic the tntiilK t bock Ihc contract lw TXTh offlclillK hoxvfjvfr a CPr lain nmouht tlu fianflfln eiinr t by NS co t IIP utvlifrwritltn by Iiuhknch hunltvw Mr Pro v and with In Jifirkirrt hy cim lW of U wf f stic club of the mlinoSK tlrlUmt will tftkjtt f tarly nml in uAdr About twenty drive ii it Good It IK ou liy 11 fw iwnjih In rnUriuid attra run ihp ti fort Worth w tn n cltnjitiw rtatririttl vne enui of oil lime ami ytjir of the Chicago White Sox tttui PHANTOM FIGURE SAYS WAS NOT EVANGELIST 1C I lrYlllTrllNY IN lflY3l 1 1IIT1U11 I ILJ Li U GRANbJURY SOON By Thu Ircss Jan Kenneth G phantom flsure o the Mc 1Kcrsnn has comf to the Kintunci of thr grand jury in of thf disap Hprinj of Kvanicelisl McPhcrwon anil own rti the Ku wMt Jrt with FUy Schulk and the whole as belns a party to whereby ser ies ut four filmic were purchased for fruru de Detroit train ihwuKh Iitrimr Bill Col linn collvKO ijrudutito and wan recently by tho her nb j Hence by tellinj of bin movements He j today what he nays practically every step he took from when the stutc charged Mrs MrltHTKjn left Carmel By Associated WASHINGTON Jan 1 tons cliief event the year the Mew Years While ITouse recep tion was field today undei con ditions tho ceremony affording one the most tolorfal iml pictureiriue scenes ever witnessed at the execu tive mansion The repeption wnS notable not so much because of the attendance Svhich xvas Uum had expected bul bocaus of the I trge number of i diplomats ami and for the of the dleeorulotw whnl j it Executive Stands in Lrne For nearlytwo hours and a half the president nnd Mrs Coolldjfre stood in j the blue room greeting their callers I Before cabinet memi tiers members of the diciary tvnd congress army navy nnd marine heads of var ous government btireitUM members of pittrkttie nnd civic and j of imire than fifty earthquake shocks their wives filtd down the receiving j centering in Calexico and damage estimated at more Kurly in the iifternoon the doors j than throughout the entire QUAKES SHATTER CALIFORNIA AND MEXICOJECTION CALEXICO AND MEXICALI WRECKED BY SERIES OF 50 TlEMBLORS TC00PERS0N GUARD IMPERIAL VALLEYS LOSS IS TWO MILLION AS BUILDINGS FALL By The Aaociiitod Jres CALEXTCO Jan law followed New Years hilarity across the Intfrnntldtml border today when the first of i KU George Hassell Heres Latest Picture Out of Confessed Slayer of Thirteett AL SMITH TO RUN SPEECH In nurricbutrh KO li neverill the executive mansion thrown open TO the for fifttf min tiie chief txbcutivf and hln wife and exehlmKcd Attend F who ffu NEW YORK GOVERNOR IN TAKING OFFICE MENTIONS HIS HIGH POLITICAL ASPIRATIONS i fIJV hi AKatMiatwl IVwwiV X Jim I The radio man MlM he left Carnial May 2t with his communion who Han partly Identified as bfth a trained nurse of fcV altle WaKhingtoh und who Ormlfston May is Barbara X of the cnR on journnyiDK south to Quarrel Trip there tirminton said nnd hf left her north went n Denver Oil Vork unit then to 1bnti aifiiixijit IJu into n i s In ihut he a over and o Sew uwr H er Oily 14 rij Ibrii1 nt rj i 1 l I AVorlh nf HI 1 in n out f hnv j thfuture wild Kv In flic hns i ndltm would vi his in ill tin thf of i whiih i It iiWrty fronii jwilntw otiu At 1 wilt run T j in Use of ttu nut I will thai 1 will b to scrk u in hc f Klu tinkttif aiifl holulity the action of the jurj iSiewlay when body sebfftuM hi make its report after i nett Ktory by lxr self Imtix porfHrtralor employed by Mif week When thut re Iorl made Keyex said he would file bin Inforhmtlon In the on wluit fhivrKe tho nd her cod f tbHt will make v MI ly Iwrvf H if 1 vtr pvt Reference it Applauded I 11 Tills he only the jeovfrnI I r Ui fulliri1 WHS tf rlol Mrn MelheiNon her nnd now fnelrsit trial j inMhcr Mrf Kennedy rotiKplmiy while OrmlMon Is under indictment on wimilnr tlon who fMntr ttlty tVall Southwtwttwn vlcven in tCAKLCT AND 3 fontiiif terfrnojiial pliirr but iilwi Ui tbe NeTiinr vbwfnbrr mid f ntlir wlile of HIP capitot with hlindreds d tiirket boldrrn DALLAS FIRE TRAGIC To Oit Art Injured In Metropolis Jap 1 K WhitlK attended the Imperial valley United Shiten and In Governor Abclarcio MiKlHsrucz of Lwwcr Callfortiiii declarer mstrtial law Hhnr the heaviest dnmncc Covnrnm orrten cloned ail Saloon8 reception women in the city until further notice The and children were receive during the Kalc fjf than Uio tola last crowd over to attend such a function vfttts in 1922 when President nnd Mrs more than persons Tradition was closely followed to day md jirjnjptly il oclock marine uorps rumpeterx in vivid scarlet nml blue dresK uniforms sounded a flourish to that fttr of Ul rreMldunt and V about to desccml the state tilalrway and enter blue rooro The marine band orchestra stationed In the foyer played Hail to the as they came down tnc fiecomoiiTjIed by motnbora of the cabinet and their wlyrsi whomthey hud Kreeted in thvlibrary on the MRC ond floor Ont Tot Cal the were opened to tho public nt one oclock nt tho head of the line hud been waiting throe hours for admittance One tot nbout two old wan among the vlnltors said the president MnlllnR broadly 1 you sire the xmnllont Mint evor came ulso Krteted tho younjrstor by iiatthig1 hla head CfflEFlTPbM wnit burned hr upper U S CHURCH IS SEIZED lobby the audilile portions of tio Ocatei CpUcoual Building But hinfl Much Cn Done About Matter The wbleh r iihoiii tru inliiiitK in dlivcry witM iilmuHi in a rv vfew tr the if of j tlir Mtstti Its 5TON Jim 1 lilivltiK di the i ufflrlnlx hJtvi twiii adjtiethl if iMijieriifiori betiWen be of the MHjruro hy the Meylfftn and leKlsliitlvr f irowrnmwU of a hulidlntr owned by He for the operation f in wilvlm rf Ktatn rsi five imrrfiwlj1 Injury in a fin cnuicd a explosion whlrh fmtn ititlncrc here Satur day Mr Wliltir ilfoil Sirturdny afler Mr nnftlrK Hert Vain nnd three Iwo un unrtMtint ehuivh hut tn of Uir opinion that notliliiR in il diplomatic fan nlxxit It tth prsent Tlif liiiild tnir property of pnl mtwionw is nt Iiwlnis Nrpras Conhulht unil closei lust lVbru Hry uhrtrr tht Inw forbidding forelim wx tfl rellKloll Notiftcntlon of the Hetxure prints te Kt offtclnl the rtn ot the Mexican governitiftft n copy wSlch lieli republican legislation pniblenis fi and upemlion IMI bis own pnrt Mrx Klor etie K s of state in rharw f the and nfttllof offlw THRU Dfi IN SANTONE Are SAX Jnn Three were killed In Sun An timlo vWjIrtify in Xew Tear trnf and the Fun Antonio rlvw in effort to jifiite body a fourth man who IK to plunged to hla when hlti cur went oft brldnr The cur ttmnK coupe It Her waa rtr but poitct not ctrtiiln dmh duo to dmwnlnjr ar to impact of the car ot tho ear cwuM not Im found kta bfMly HKBT I river MTU Torww Ciurtrn R Alvarwt klltal cur twrmMl ovw on IniKitatlx ami Alva OitMT iw n trft rtot TEXAS LASS A SUICIDE 17 Note To Hir Corpse Found In Corpus Christ CHHIKTI Jim 2 CfT Inquest held tonight iloaih lienof Donna Wil 17 yiir of resiiHed In a wrdlct of virm a drive way of tho Vwlley Inc on the Shell rond this note uddreAHril to her found where tbf jfir ohot It in part Please forttivp cant ittind to Vorr yon any KmjrtT Gowl hyp et jujt in tli tlu reseued the They also Mr WhiUs Ills clothes from him He badly burned however over n part of thft Mrs having spent the CITIZENS ARE URGED TO HELP OFFICERS BY TURNING IN REPORTS OF CRIME Chief of Police JoiMardwlck Calexltxi xyhose damage WHS plxced at between and a spocfn patrol of to EUard business plaeeM svgalnst plimder inc Orders were issued to shoot to kill C of C Holds Meetina of Calexico CTIiiininer of Comemrci called n this evenlnfi to plan Imedhiterrbatbilltation of the damuRod of the city No deaths reported from any of ihe valley reported shaken by the series of quukcH that continued until nfternoon Dozitns of jKrsons were slightly cut or bruised by falUntr debris stibterriineim rumblings wore heard almost rohxtnntly this evenlnp in Cnloxico but earth shocks wore of diminishing intensity Fire addHl to tlie damace wroupht by the tremors In MxlcaU The AKtoit with an osti loss of Klre followed the first earth shocks dozens of adobe houses crumbled to dust with thn See EARTHQUAKE Page S WOMAN DEAD AND SPOUSE HURT 9 iCITY APARTUffiNt FOUR BULLETS END LIFE OF MRS F W CALVERT RIG BUILDER HEL1 HUSBAND MIGHT The Male rounlyjalt P now Geoifco J Hassell Karwell farmer say liujf to thi of IS The InxHts of his wife nnd fight wtiiichiWran wliow brother aiiil anothrr of his victims Were re cently found buried in pit adjacent to thoiihomy IN WHITTIER fS SAID WHOLESALE SLAYER RESIDED IN SANTA ANA LOCATED STEPDAUGHTER SAYS My crl RED CHQS5 ACTIVE Nominating Committee Submits Nam es For Offices During The Coming The nominating committee has Hiih mitteil the members m the of dlrectora of the American In nn effort tobrenk up the thlev Red Crow here for he year 1927 the ery bus seld nway intermit tently here for uonif time T E May police chief Snturrtay issued ni lo rlflxetis to police In appre hendiiiK the thieves by ciillinit them election to take place at the court houni on 10 It was announc ed last nlffht W B womans work Mrs J S Tonhson homo service Tress JMJ Oeorpe Has held In Plain view for the confoHs K of IK wife and eiRht at Fiirwnll and for t lie killing of a woman and three children in California lived at AVhittier but lived at Ana Nora Juidry oldest and only liv ing stepdiiuprhlor of the Massel home Is locntel She bail planned to the HasBd family during the time that tho killings were wimmlltiKl but failed to come j finas f know Haasell never ilvulin but ho at Santa Ana KIC nHd Tor a lime he bis mall sent to tier and then had it tnmsfeiTed to Santa Haasell adrriitted to authorities that he committed the crimes but hns r to livulsc where the Catlfornla s were etmmiltod PAltKSyi OF MURDERV EARLY TRIAL AMARILLO Jkn Calvert is and her huiibigBa Fred AV Calvert a pjiechdnjb death at evening the annexl of Charles Tajter Russeli rig preilmlnarj made bond on with County Attorhey Bullets in i Mrw Calvert died Almbat instaHtly after four bullets from a 32 automatic flrcit into her body She was shot twice tliroughVlfie heart and twicn in the left leg one bullet Ktrikinp below the thigh Her husband WAS shoiv once in abdoniRiv eunt once shoulder ENGINEER IS HERE at thf noUtco of depredations Mrs r lenninps nurslntr AMAAILLOAN DEAD Man Found Shot in of In To SHAMROCK Jan I An man who came from dead nt thn rear so that riffloers mljrhi have an even break with theburKbw It is iImost InvdrJubty the ease hut the will seevrril bourn ind In somn iiiistuhces for a dny or e hno 1 Chief May snHd He urped that citizens tnke all precau tionary measures poMtlble nnd every effort n ninrehcnd the thclves In the net of lootinfr He aluo isstieU to in permltliMp their children to play back ami forth across tho streets es pecially during of hwivy trAf flr and on downltuvn a htie today A revolver1 wan nearby hU potket wits i tube of rat poison mrl of which wnn pone Mo cnrrled If HPTH iddrossefl to Koy Kv proit Morgrcr TQXMVanl sevprat oth Allerton Iowa from a woman Mfte The i latter indicated they had boon sweet PHILADELPHIA REVELS WHEN NEW YEAR IS BROUGHT IN 1 Tim new years pjirade n rhtladelphln Institution in celebra tion of the oomlnR of the new year WHS the usual brilliant and fair skies and u tomjiornture intore marchojs dressed In Rro tesqueof comic ralmXnt j fore a sitreet and the Inrk way Wrondway lies S Arnett work Mrs Hub JOIICM first aid Hr E M Khe A Ilev linard rrorl Clnrk JV K A Kortnan H P Dean J Gor don L C Bills treasurer and IV K life savins BOATS WRECK FATAL Fivt Drown as Overturns in British Columbia as Aftermath To Outing NKLSON R Jirn 1 resfdenls of ArrowTurk on the west Khorc of Lpper Arrow lake were drowned early today when the boat in which they were returning from n Xew Years eve dance from Kaft Arrow Iark across thf lake The party consisted of Mrs Dttniel Rogers six Mary Kel ly 20 Fanny Graham 13 and Albert Mflrsltiml who rowinj The body of Mrs Ropers baa been Dallas Man Looks Over Lubbock Jaunt Ovor West Texas Office Site Is Aim In SCHOOL BELLS RINGING Public and Colltfit StU dents Will Get Back to Monday Morning Approximately public sohoqt and college stiulonts wilt reaume thofr aueut for knowledge here Monday when the city and the colloirc open after a two weeks Chrit inns holiday Khtrance cxamirtatSdus dents at the Tccd havo boon iinder way since Friday anfi f tho winter term will rStart Monday Alany new students ore ot mid Saturday Hud MOIIK irc beiiiK miidn for an cnrpjf liirintr tlie ttrni of Iy Thepublic jwhbflJH hefr resulur routine of claiw work Afonduy inomlnfr Hupt VtlV Hi Duncan sold nnd additional enroll ment also expectetJ lierc An ment of well over IK expeetcd MUSICIAN IS JAILED Believed Implicated in DrUf Robbery in Houston ArrtttM in Fort Worth Gibli of the general consultinjf inciiieriiiR firm of Xngle WOTITH TflXaR Jan t Surrounded by police at a hounc O K drummrr about 23 anCHted xvlthout slstanre YoJuy as the alleRsd partner of Fran It Pierce nihtier ntnln In a reofmt Houston drup stre hold UTJ liunton is belnp heW for ofticem cxpectwl to arrive here Sunrtiiy from Houston where a charge f robbery with firearms Is filed him Police hod been seeking Hunton hore two weeks He was traced partly through the local musicians league ot which one of he police is a member THIEVES STEAL EIGHTY DIAMOND RINGS WORTH Witt Uniting and of VVACO Texas Jan I arrfveil hero KuMirday on a trip of Inj diamond rinps cstimtited at over speiitiyn Texas with the possibility that an office of the com pany will be located in this partof the state were stolen iierc fmm a jewelry ostabllshmtnt this ovenlnjt In whirt is rcRiirded as oniof the boldest dAy lUrht rottbcries over perpbtriteiA In Mr who a Rreat deal I of blKliway inr constrtirtinn j The cenfisi wnrc stolen frtm work in Texitw represents Uvi window after the tbeif bcst criKlnewiiip finria in the smith west Krorn HMJ lie was viKion encinetr of Die stiite biirh with headiiuarlern ili to the insirtp of the store from the building above which was Srt the lern it cn ovcrj nid in wait i v with Stitrii irmy tollowinc slpniticr of tho spending from 11 101S to May Ll In chargo of on v rallrortd RADIO GRID FAN DIES Fall OMM At I j former bama court junllcp candidate tJUtm mTwtor In the laat NM apftnintM re oataiant nttomry rir the Wichita Falls Lass Sentences Drunken Dad to Term in Jail Shes Stan When Justice lets Her Make Decision for Cowl ftttwr wa bvtfif rfrunh in FIVE DEAD IN FIRE Flames Claim Lives of Rubber Company Employees One Body is Lost Ry the Associated Tress HANOVER Jan 1 men employees of the Clapp Rubber Company here lost their today in a fire which destroyed a larfrc bodies havrt bsen taken from the ruins early tonlpht hnt the fifth had not bepn feund The nriKin of the fire was undetermined The bodlen were unrecognizable but it had that Wallhied 6A employee of tho rtih ber company and rhllllp Crtmhry S yuarold prrmnttwon of the matron of the boarding howM   

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