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   Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - January 9, 1927, Lubbock, Texas                                i TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERT MORNING NO fS JANUARY 9 1927 MEXICO WANTS CALLES IS WILLING DISPUTE PRESIDENT SOUTHERN RE PUBLIC WOULD AVOID TROUBLE TALKS SAYS u s WITHDRAWAL OF RECOGNITION MEANS REVOLUTION By IIOSK j MKXICO CITY Jan MfXif Norfis Counsel Will Plead To Open Legislature petroleum and alien land law differ HnltW tribunal thai would j tndonRt r Jlexlcim ttoverilutily if such I BrlinfuRirm it Tho Hnsutwore thc only way of iivolilingt Mtjl uriiitfr mvmui Woman Not Worried AUSTIN Jnn 8 UIP fact that she is the first woman In the of Tyxas tc open u IfglMldtlve body airs Eni nia Griffsby Mehfirg its not clrcml iiis sho will set a precwl cnt Tuesday morning when nti acts as toinpiiruty of until a speaker shall liavs lictn electtl I doni know ihut Im hut Im not bftnvr of txini Jhe firet of my sex tri act In such u Bpaclty U will ut be a now ojcpevlrnce and one that nt GHOST AROUSED tortsiy ti a Kruup of frfim United Statiji Iscadeil by Hubert i C Hunliijj who m studylnR lh ro iHtltinshitwM Mtrscu ami iinr ITnitod Th Anv first nx vrho cjiino here to M first hand on UfiHT IMPROVEMENT GETS UNDER WAY OPPONENTS OF INTERVEN TION SEE TROUBLE WITH NEIGHBOR STOP ARMS SENATORS DEMAND MA RINES BE WITHDRAWN BY U S IK vvrii mlnlHlJvH of various Fears Rovolt Tlir prixliVtit nxMirrrt ihn will hit Ion wnuUi wr1 talniy CHIIHI jui itnmodlnt1 nwiiuijon mont IIK an of nuch revlutluii undrr Wtty ui prowm he jHilntnl mH but liN vurproiraUttt micti iifti tbisr rrv amt eimOttup this HJIO art lull In jtUivc itiruuehouf the FEET OF CABLE BEING LAID IN BUSINESS PART OF LUBBOCK MITno iinproviriiiitH in the rlly llKliltnK with Snt lit Inyjhj nvw In tho sotlion iifK ciilplp will tu ttild th bni m ivtim ih H to ion city Kr KM Su i unlay Tho whlrh Imp flvrn and Itnprovciiijrif in run llio tbrf Itiittod SUitM Injt thr HMmlfum n and liooiuff1 tn rH hitorrstrt vsorv nnj drprlvM nf any rJxiit ut on liter ironiniry thflr tub iiCftuirrtil l17 rttull lo finy by niiHfift1 of tbo now nul Min pnividM Him in iif fifty thldv tbn rlftlitu of It To Extend Cable X Jsm marked contraiit with silenci maintained a the whlto house stiitc dopurtment twlay tho administrations Xlcanipuan iind policy wus disrussod in he Htimtx and house with frnnkness oinittlni that war with Mexico might be the ultlmuto result In the ICnprvHrnUittvc llud dloslon democrat Alaharnn 5nln i nHuIution cnlltnc for with American foriMs from Nlc itftM he had iisSilfad the on fs cinirw on th flimr At ilio ntld of tho capitol fuctJx the rLpubllviin lead er und KilKf rrtiublloin Vow jirsny the if tho to by nf Msinoufl utui tiffltn of titnl VVbofiltc of turtji JidvtMntiil elvlni NofTRlcry fir tn tlorm lirfnn luisninir juds mrlt to liiat It that th xfrt uji tho full j oncbj lat In HJIWKI for with lh In u forolfrn country Kollogg Confftri r had n bo whrtht Ih XifiiriiKuitn fl mil I on hud con It James Proaecutor Ready and J D Moore for Cawe irot 1 1 iilwi thai while for olgbty youin Jx not ttto porlml of oliflity y oiHMiph In wbloh in all tho otlT tho iirvMliiit i Itifinl of nn oil Wit InntliiR olftbty i TRUANTS j Police PartnU Aid in Enforcing f School Here f will f luld on tloar In1 city on thf Nfulh nldtto ciiri tor n Htnnc ui lljjhix mi cirikw tlu not fii by thf rnminlnAlon Mr lhr unit IHIl lr I nirliil itml in vrhlHi tho htitnrliitl ihic to rc by tho outy juvwnlln tlvtmrliKnl iMl H Dunoun rtuperlntndont iltyj It WHH sjiiil Suturdwy by T K ipfnl in bei aid In Uu TEXAS CITY SHAKEN Btjtt Hits WichiU Palls But KilllnB Nobody The last on thrnueli that Kuvpriimrntw first wns t by iny further ltlsiM HW o Hnruh tin break lor nnH and id s of Ini mil tu jiiinntH t arc miiny of twhuol i In thin oily Win apparently to iitilof May xiill u ourf u wf Unit Uf Inw on forcoit an far It itinlx to riaison any boy IK muoh bit in whnul tUnn bo in formalorj but If thoy oHJinut if Stopt in wehiHil BKM it oud luty i tlmt tlioy sr m tno ntlrti In a to tbo MnrrlMy OfiDpany iwi mlloH west of thix city ruiiir inulrilicbt sliok hr onltro city win rtiwn imi dlnbOK and prvat if Iscltirncnt Inspection of sit uf dp nltro mnirnxlnr Hint it hni ben irnnMormed Into ji On tlio house floor Heprisontatlvo HuiWieitiin profBotd the Unltiil States was uml onnitrlmmly ilrlftlmr Into and that nn tho I an frnm 84 BANDITS KILLED Federal in Mexico Ctnim Suc cess in Dealing With Bunds of Outlaws SfEXICO CITY JHII N fuur bnndlln or killed by tlm fediiji in thp j last few in In of tho country aomrnclliijf in ncwspaptir ami war department Tin wstr drimnsnont haw iKNind urdMH to military irtiminnndnrN tn outc xiimmnrlljall aimw apainut the FULL SLATE Cotton Cutting Highway Law Ro vicion Reform of PrUoni Await lift wnR ItcsidpntR n town fi worn of v tlio blAKt a ran Hod for Information AUSTIN Jan S nriBil4fl reduction the of tho highway re ldti of thi1 prlMm nyntoni nnd ii tax revision loomed Kalur hlnong llv tmiJiT IKHIHH to come before the loth leKlnladtro which ConveniK ni nooo hern LADS ARRESTED Pilfering Charged to 12 and 13Year Old Held for Juvenile Court in Lubbock Two biyn abrnu 12 or 13 yearn of nKf were lirnucrht lieforo juvinilt autboritlcK hcrr Saturdny fnc liu theft In oonnectlon wltb prtty pilferingthat hns bwn on and a IirnrnlnK Ihf imlr ban wot for next whiiti ncrorilliiK tn mitbiirttatlve Inftirmiillfjii tintwo wilt iiroiwUily be Kentontpd to the nfomiatory Barb of ibc has boon before tuilhnrillcH sfVorai tlnicw nnHlmtlnr ohjirRfw and rtrwated ly bnji Klvon prornimj Ibdt the would rpfrain it Bald Th ilirboys were fmm Contemptible uf American tho rpr iftld and thli wlviim to ilojclco a Ilolnhovist iiov ornment wnri that Hhe spoking tn control Central for In not accidental It would jwm ftrnnie any rosponslblo official wuxild havi Utility nuch a thlnfr by Increased 51Percent WILL DECLARE HE SHOTl CHIPPS IN DEFENSE OF SELF Enrollment in the Tech college Saturday evening with ihdteationH that reslstrsitionis the comlnt week will iirinp the enrollment well past E L T61i6ney registrar announced last This Is a 51 por cent increase over the enrollment ut the same lime last year is considered a most remarkable record Offic ials uf predicted a I tho opening of the fall term that en rollmont this yrar win reach 1500 with the ppswihility that nilffht reached Other uro known to bo on the waltinfe list for registra pbsKible few kite arrivals from tiim next in addition to a the holidays ATTORNEYS WANT PUB LIC TO KNOW NPRRIS IS INNOCENT1 Ky Jan J Frank Mor ris HitptlHt minister will co to trial hero Monday for tho kill insof Dextor E Cbipps with u plea of defense That the of tho pi n and west will be part of the defense was Indicated today by IMyton conns for Ur shot antt killed Chipps a lumberman In the study of thr First Baptist church of Kurt Worth July 17 lust defense plans sold In Kenorarmir will bo of self tlefctisn but of ciMrfi wo do rnvral to tho other tho exact Kour llwa of doffnsr The Uorensc t of directors of the howovcr will bo based on what Is Bureau wsocUuion in the penorally iisnumed to occur whim ono throateiiH anothor It lx tradition In this country that tho one who throat must bo for the ulti mate No Lawyers Verdict Wi dont want i luwyors ho sitjil wo dont a verdict vtrrdlet that wUl 50YEAR TERM IS XK fft 6YEAR YOUTH SENTENCED AFTER DEATH OF J E CRAFT SANTA FE AGENT WAS ONElF THREE CONALLY BROTHERS ARE SERVING LIFE JURORS OKEY PARDON Bi the Associated JJPSS ArSTIN Jan granted today b Govemor Miriam Fernu son included Jess Bond Lubbock intir rler rn served 6 veais recom mended by 7 of jury Holdup Attempted Jess Bond Lubbock county farmer boy pardoned from the state peni tentiary vesterdav by Governor iflr iam A Ferguson was serving no year sentence on a charge of mur der In connection with the fatal shoot ins of J E Craft Santa Fe tlckut agent here on February 25r Bond iw by Judpre W n Spencer after a verdict truilr was returned on aiarch7 of BUREAU FARMERS ELECT OFFICERS I 1 oa OC FOUR WOMEN NAMED DIRECTORS fl Same ear the testimony OF LUBBOCK COUNTY BRANCH wait m company with Hu OF LUBBOCK COUNTY BRANCH OF ASSOCIATION wore elected to the Lubbock nual election of officers of the organ i7itfini in the district court room yew toniay Tlioy uif MTK R R Davis of the Acurf winmunity Lucy Re company lett Connally and Ed Connally also Luttbock coimtv farmers In an at tempted holdup of the depot District Attorney Gordon B Mc fiiirc ofLamesa now judge oftho district court there and John itc Gee of Lubbock then coiijity at torney Indon vlnolnp the jurj that the Connally brothers entered the SiintaEV depot UMl IXXtot K n hntl Officers wero Mi Krv j IVunk Kurt Worth nautili inmtor fiicis liar jtiHtico uti churuo of tnuriUiinir IX K OlilpitM lumlwr miirt In itw IJaiHist cnurih offtiis In thiIanthT tlly iumnur JtulKtt U Hamilton iAbitvr ami Utstlrlct Atlornoy 1 1 Atrorf will bo viry much in cvi ilfjici Thoy are both Austin twit und arc lh in u uf vohuc ruling cruntoil at carllithearing In liis bottin town WILLACT OFFICERS FREED ON BOND CONNECTED WITH DEATH OF PRISONERS Jun minis of wore fixed and for the clRht officers arrcwtcd Friday killing five priw nors onrly in Seplember or being ic li the killintr j Tho amount of tho bonds wax do by Judce A W fit Kii1 Worth ibout fi p in Inly Jlp hurt to jirn toM iKninfl thn ittiM on Mayor i Mfnrhnni md tho Kirt Worth ilty friend of and the MttackM tlv nuiyqr worried him When cjillcd ii tlif Klllrly NoiriH to H nictnbor of irunjiropn tlon wnrr nthor siinn Iti nearby offices Thero wi idlno inl thn ChippN to tho flour with three hullvta In lilts biily oliaiKos that fhlppn firs throjiicnotl him tho tolpphono niut that when the lumberman arirved at ufflce he thought he hud lll hint Telephone Talk JtiHt whnl ChippH did yiiy dcnie A bntol toloplioiii opoi a hotel who tire said will bo wltnossoS Tho ears of a tolopiiotic hear many things How much of conversation did the tor hear Did Chipps innke which she did not These ques tions will no nuked during the trial Prosecution and dufenso added to day that they wen1 ready to start when court opens at a in Monday than Mrs ton find W Lubbock u sone on the buroau board r tUm 9vcr tho Othor diroctors elocted included C T K Kentado Shal nc dld know the coMr Oillflt Icjii to I I N iNOliJOIl Idfllllll H Till JIT nr by Hulett rSnnallyT dyingun luiitr Inter Iii the Lubbock The following niornlnft tho trioWAI4 byWlieriff Uolcottf and to the couhty jail Upon a threat of mob violence the mon tnken to Amarillo under a Kuard where they woro kept 4 The case wentto tho m Saturdaynljhl followinsand i of guilty t day The tonjiaJly boyn life Imprtnonnchl for part in the affair Copnallys Escape From Pen Immediately after tho trial the three were taken to Swcotwntcr and Ihcn troamiror Mlfn Sitwan ir Iho in the work of oountv thut the tho best sinluiu over the 1undons talk the five members j x in tho suite whlrh will In Miillns REFUGEES ARRIVE Crowded Boats Carry English Americans to Safety from Hankow Area and SHANGHAI Jan S began inriving hrc Unlay from Han knw 5S5 ml lira up the Vnniftaf whore Infurlfited Clilmsp ihn Hnd am 8lncc t nionev and onlv the n Jrltivh women und children wore opfralor landed in this city They loft Hankow Thursday with but scant notice Home of thc chlldiiii boins In blnnketH Tho refufroos nmde the lofiK river trip in two lad overcrowded bonts their See BOND PARDON Pane 3 MARINES STAND BY General Butler in Charge of Mail Guard Tells Leathernecks to Get On Their Toes PAN DIKOO CallC Jnn X Orders to a bat talion to procoed any where at a fno by Jjiout Col Willlom H Irif act ctimmandff of th hero Tho ordors for formation of rnHiine bsso the ipoord to Moxiro tho Knme free nnd uncontrolled of all rclatJnjc to hor affairs as we claim for nR hfirr imllcntiHl the xmnlon in thc main will and in clined to in tonncrvativfl legislation with huruireiln 0 on a wtde vsiriety of wibjeclx being Intro duced LBBOCK LEADS IN FARM BUREAU COTTON SALES Ltthliock county loads ftRaln Such wan word roccivpd yesterday by offlolnte of t lie farm bureau hero btibboek county was lending xlato in the dellvory of bureau ration work IIHS boon dono by the burpuu In thin sec tion luring the piiKt six months LEQISLATURt PHOENX Ian s npfctal of the nwte adjourned at noon REGISTRATION SLOW 26K License Issued in Lubboek County Through Saturday Night inly liconso plates for md bon wild by County Tax Ool lortor p tMlmA tip until niRlit With xovoral thousand short of I ho quota county offlcluls arc urc intz that car ownejn jmrchuse tho at one finon will bo HHHOHK o In the near future A J Clurk as Hiwtant tax spent thn iny tn yofttfrday collecting the liconne tax there Frank Brandt churROd will bolnjr aottssdrlcB to tho doath of To filt deputy herlff Churllo AVrotnn special deputy 1Yank Cowxort Koy and M land dopuly namn charKCt with hnvhiB kilUril THE WEATHER THOROUGHLY J SICK OFWORRYIN6 9 You WORRY VOURS6LF CHIEF MAY OFF TO TRAFFIC MEETING AT AUSTIN T B May chief of police of bock loft Sntunlay niffht for AuKtin wipro Jxho will nttcnd u moet f trafftf men Truffle problomN of ovory kind nro discussod at the session Mr May wild Iwforo leaving here nnl he hopes to derlvii much from the Maximum minimum 4L AVesl Txaa Sunday fair colder on timo oufcht to be plenty of witnesses to pet the trial ttndor way Attorney Walter of Fort Worth ono of the uppclu prosecu tors said tin staff of prpsecutorr would to the court with all the We want to prosecute tho case fairly present the fact squarely with out Inking advantage of und vye will bo content to leave the ver dict to iho said Mr Hcott There is nothing to say about tho sirto lefore the trial opens Wo have boon workliui on the tho vonlro list since yestonliiy and wo expect to bo ly tluv time court convenes Monday VILLAGE IS BURIED Peasant Homes Overwhelmed When Snow Slides From Caucasian Mountains TIFUS Republic of Jan S of the were alive when Jivaiiinohos crushing hundrcda of fret oblltoratod an vn tiro villHRo in thc Kurinr dlntrlct of ready duty amo from Gon Smcdly D Butlor now in chrtrro of the marine corps western mall Siiard ADD TO BORDER GUARD U S Arrive Brownsville to Watch for Arms Smugglers and Revolutionists Jan S All Mexican border patrols In he MaUtrnoros military boinjr tirrivy of vi f Southern ONsetla which the namr j lp a number of 16 DEAD IN QUAKE Americans Over Snowy Pluins When Fnftnl Temblor Shskes Mountainside LENINAKAN Armenia Jan S InhabiUints fletl from their homes over swept to thc moun tainsldow for aheltor when severe earth shocks bvMlrtR nearly a minute xhook the whole of Southern Armenia yesterday Sixteen aro known to have been killed nineteen received norious injuries and several others wore hurt LI81RAL8 WITHDRAW MANAOrA S forcos which occupied Xandaimo m IHclflc side yesterday w io withdraw today by tho ive threats to bombard plven to the central part of the main SoldieiH arc working dcspcrntely to extricate the victims In the Ok onsky dlntrlct tnow wlidos have de stroyorl moro than 300 peasant hornet and tho of the local fjov with a heavy death toll THE LAST SIDEWHEELER River Steamer Kntu Adams Goes Up in Flumes at Memphii Af tar Romantic Career MEMPHIS Jan n Flames ottdcd the romantic career of the Kalo Adama Jlajostic rivor steamer hero today and removed from the lower l1Bt sido troops havingarrived from interior points this wook to relnforoithe iiinoros RarriMon The iieuvy aro iipslfmod to provwnt KmusrRltng of arms or ammunition across the nio Grnnclo as well as to nrovcnt tho ciosHlnp of fovoltttlohary bnndd CUPID GETS OFF TO GOOD START IN LUBIOCK Cupid Roi off for n much stnrt in HoonrdiTig to tin records office of county clork Amos sixteen lliionsow having isKUftU Kinco January 1 J isKtiod yoslerday to Roy M Wood and U Hunioll and Tyler and Amanda Haute Iowell wheeler to ply Uie grnat stream in Southern water Thc beloved of rivor folk and pet of plantation workers along her course perlnhefl as two of her preilecosHora of the Name name before her and left but n ruin ot met al beams u tho odjre to mark her final anchorage cause if fire is not known FIND TtXAN DEAD ran S T i White SO for two layn desd in aftold ftt his home near THE DAY IN WASHINGTON Congress debated ndmlnistra Nicnrtnfuan policy The CurtisCrisp farm Wit wan discusser hjr the houira conitnittct Senate committee into tho and tions i   

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