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   Avalanche-Journal (Newspaper) - January 16, 1927, Lubbock, Texas                                A CffiCULATKW THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS I TEXAS MEAJTS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TWO WC PAPCItS W ONE EVERY JUWDAY MORNING EACED FOR HIP POCKET SUPREME UPHOLDS LAW Gives Away Prize REVERSE GUILTY VERDICT FOR YOUNG TEACHER HOWEVER BIZARRE CASE ENDED BY DECISION OF 1 JUDGES Dawes Nobel Award to School of Interna tional Relations Axeociated 15 I today the fundaj mental soundness of tne Slates i fambus Jaw against teaching the theory of evolution in j supported At i the same time it reversed the verdict of guilty against ProI fessor John whose case was on and then barred recourse to the United I States supreme court by com mending that the case be nolle i of r find shir Thla wa in Small Pbx NO IF PRECAUTlbNS OBSERVED Q BY MASKEDDITS MONTE IS SHOT DOWN AS PAIR RAID STORE Morris Lawyers These Lejfal Giants Clash in Pastors Battle for A stream rifschool children swarmed the offices of local phyific Inns tlie two days In carrying out the order of the City Wehbol board that child miirtt be vaccinated for small POX Physicians PHtlnmted lint Trioif ibiin iSOfichU Were Vaccinated in the two FOLLOW IJM TRAIL POLICE WIRE FOR BLOOD HOUNDS AND START IN PURSUIT Thws no of the spread of the if ctfildren city health tfe advised close observance of tho order of the school thilt com plrtiiu had hew the city of ficials and health officers becauseof the order forthe which was ordered by the school The jetty intend to I this in aiding In the AK l dMeriso Cooperation wife of the proprietor of Five Wen reported yea terday and placel under quarantine but It Is thought that UKK wore caused from Citv health Vindicntion YOUNG AND ROSS ONLY EN TRIES LEFT J Kiiarrt tit thr nr lo tin Wirttw lilns tljrnlty of lh1 noil wodiil be thai Na Rctrial aiinouncetl lie wnuli low the utn7 nut a fJrven xnil 1 two other Jumi on the jimm U Invultr eonvirtion of fi wffti irarhcr n i rtlatlnns at for Voiinc1 Niwk i pufntPd out in n letter i j Th i filling station locatod in Whliten UHK shot and almost InKtJuitly tonijrht 5iy two rnashed bandits j who held up hir hiixbaml xnd rifleVl j Uw cCRiKter of its fresij his j t award of five twaiisht took uj n sum tniil fleers aetermlned the Cjinfulism river after rvvn done later todny MU I fhntyuns and won Loot Station Chief T that lay dying un rioor of while tintwo nutxUttl moil held four IKTMonx it liiy and to loot tin1 IltliTily Duiklnp their ritlt f LEGISLATURE UPHOLDS FORECAST a n Jury may fix n ffnc thsit only move than irt MALONE CALLS SCOPES DECISION LAWYERS THICK Jn tfio John to KifiJrt i typlrnl trick in thc to thvt t n ftnnt thnt will CONSTRUCTIVE LAWS INTRO DUCED WITH A RUSH AT AUSTIN SESSION MSTIN 16 VrwSUtln thit of Ihi411 h tore UMtiM t ihm Wtn n i wiri initial work i throuph lilt j j Actrrirdlni to iiollco the holdup was j tin thlnl taniirbt iy twy intf the PJUUO deiwriTjUlcnK I Ktcnlinjr ih iiutithiohiip ItilllljiH the pttlr wearinir mBsJiw held up the tri HcHjtti Horeur where Vobtained in cash from the Lubbock Man One of Master Farmers Frits Luliouek county farm who lives ithout three and a hilf mllcK Southeast of Alyernnthy IMMH uwrnanuiu crfiwled with W onu the fifteen Krjm toward the Ctillfonilt SAN is FOR PRIZE BY WRIGLEY Ky Associated Press ABOARD ASSOCIATED TUG OFF POFXT to 15 toniprht George fleet youth from Toronto and Konnan huse pafldler from apparently were the only In theSan Pedro was leiiding about ft mile and it tinlt an ilHWJmtninir The two men were being aidedby a strengthening current from the northwest at this time were bur little more than seven1 miles from the OX HOARD ASSOCIATKD TTiESS TUG OFT SAN By Wireless to Heveriil of swim mern overhanded and crawled with Marvin Simp defense at Dayton defense IWild Bill Robert K special district when they had j f iicordlnff to tele wrrrItflnR cnlUfl to tht Tcxiiwi thn Imndltn hftld up tho station made the Canadian parti 1 joint only Mil lit th hiux HI n Wfi j bill ixm I Inj I jm1 In hr thf Sfi wr Joint Diaz Offers Plan for Peace to Sacasa jrrnnhle ndvIcfK received Satunlni1 from at backer of hy David K county farm nRent Kinir utldhntiariB fur rhr awnnl Hent in from thhr Jetton The toiiftMt vras liy the farm at Dailnx in un pffort to not mly dlverHl hut i definite programof an the part of the niiide by u omnilttpi In the sent in to the heart nnd flnjU aWHrilH Roscoc Coates Dies at El Paso At n Hiitmiiny hfvijtired elcht nilil flintrrrnj follow Ih land llel at the horn1 if hrr ami In Bl it ty whit WHS andreirtM lw nlifbt to whether or not sh would BO NVthlnpr doflrilt in Known concerning ber Unynex ohurch here und Coatos In the public twoi Mrn Coateii xmnll ddufttiter mA hcrj MlM Ruby Jn the of lam of of mtlitiio Xichotann of Iort bnnlts am nf inillprint Oonwsiy of Dnlc ot tion joint t lho wnrt re cwlllmr for a amnndmnnt 1 of tho nf REBECCA MAKES BOND with n peaon propOBnl to the LiberalM ftechingto unseat him by foice of ThroURh the Nlear lesation President Din complerton of term with LltMTalu prwiertt In exrc utive Judicial prwts a new elec tion In ISIS utulfr American nupcr vlMlon n mixed to nettle all revolutlonnrj clnlmn for ilnitinpcs anil thn vurchaxe government of the nrme to1 be by the MEXICO TO DRILL American Oil Companies Stoo Opera in Aldamaa Dlatrirt and Calles Contracts nriline unrt exploration operations of all American oil companies TOO LATE FOR PARDON Far0uson Turna Down White haired Petitioner Who Bent Release for Convict Mir iam KerpttnonN determination to Rrant pardons Saturday af tnrnoon brought to the voice of nn nmn who attempted to his wny Into her office to necure clemency for somr retntive or Hwuyniof whlte und bent hnldlntr a bundle of iapni in his pleaded with PVrsuxon to his peti Its too late They couldnt upon if you el them she TOTAL transfers In Luhlmck were for total considnra AJNOTHER FEATURE j fM anxious to Klvc the very Informa tloit Jit afi tlmos hnM njKnt tnnny WBlnit thetr very effort to bulk fir tlio How dow IjUfchmk nink now with other cities of na tion in thf mutter of trnf and city advert phases of modern What are other cltleH dolns Industrial ecvnomlea tlnos with Issue the will cafy u nerlfH of it articles of the subject of American Those articles will be found on wlitorlnl paKC and tht flrx enlitied Filet Surety in Connection with Round Rock Indictment 15 flt wiis filed hrc tudny by John of Aus and Ciriivii of thU In bolmlf of iivhencii Unidloy Itogera In pnnnwtltin with an Intllnunent charjr tnjt arson nt liuund Kttck rwnnlly re turned by A griinil The nnnt chiirtfed that Khc lAirncd a vn oant rixldcnce nt Hound inxp In subject to cull the nf the dlHtrlct court linrt HiiKcrw In nt libirty under bond of in onnrrilm with nibbing bunk TWO SMALL FIRES Lubbock Fighters Hvo a Couple Of Extinouish in Flames Littla Damage and Monterey hnve been in the two accortJInt to re Suxpenslon of work ort the IK n direct result of the recent proclamation of the Mexi can ovcmment all lands within one hundred of the border us whnt be termed a na tional oil Drilling will be started by the Mexican 272 NEW PUPILS ENROLL IN AMARILLO SCHOOLS IN WEEK Two hundiod seventytwo new coming to Amarlllo from eigh teen were enrolletl in achoolK during the last school SCORES PARDONING Bar In Talk at San Disclaims Any Refer ence SAN OP governor who overrides the ver dict of a judye and a jury to pardon t terrific respon se former wvernor of Kew York and president of the American bar asocial ion do clnreil hero Whitman ex that Ills which came in the midst of the final flurry of pardons Kranted by Governor Miriam i Ferguson in the closing days prhsrj had no reference to wny partic ular 2 mlk8 where prizes tottttllnp fcwalt the winner of the William ocean mara In Cliarlottf Reported In luive entered the ruce clothed only In axlp preawc In nccord her announced weeks led the jiarado of 13 women swlmmern out of the shel tered iHthmuH but wkt fully n half mile behind the main 96 Start XlnetyHlx otarteiT walked out Into the placed waters of the cove when the WOH fired and headed to ward the open sea where a trim coast RETAIL MERCHANTS PlArfCAMGN EXPANSION OF ASSOCIATION IS PAUL SHERROD An ijd cttrnpHlpn will he by the nelail Merchants early this week and efforts to enlist every wtnil firm as member nf the nBsocljitlon will be Th announcement came from Paul L of th EYEWITNESS NORRIS SHOOTING TELLS HK STORY OFFICIAL OF DEFENDANTS CHURCH REENACTS TRAGEDY ALLEfiEFtHREAT LETS GO TO IT ILL KILL YOU QUOTES CHIPPS AS SAYING By The Asoclated Press COURT tragedy ofvfast July 17 in the upstairs cham ber of the First Baptist church office building at Fort Worth where Frank Norrisr pfe pared some of his serinoni1 was reenacted in district cuort room here church memberof the church finance and superintendent of peoples department of Norfis was the hief actor and he bvworti tinA hr final act in the life of Dexter E Tort Woith Like Mis Roxio the rtitnos for Nutt happened in on trajfptjy which cost Chlppir nii llfand Dr Xorris rrturdor Xuu WUH witnessother thnn XorHft suid Lestlnionjjrtiii high water mark of Xorris tense Parker told yesterday bad stepped to the of Nbrflii outer through the inner door andamonVent Inter wan testified iiiin Xutt todny testified happened on the othet side of tho Tells of Threat Xutt testified to office unannounced anjl threatened to kill the pastor If he rflS not quit attacking Chirps a campaigrn for Hovcral e tOTiiish his hip p illowinK who aecupfed the the greater part of the day sev SWAM ENGLISH CHANNEL QUITS IN CATALINA RACE AMOAUn AHSOC1ATED PHB8S TOO OFF HAN lists the RwlmmtnR of tho Kng llch channel amonp Kavo up tho clmnnol mara thon 7 jrunrd rutter rnllfd INI waiting to lead the tortuous way across the Icy cold Out rf thi nriftina list of nnd who iipplird clmnco at tintwo See CATALINA SWI MPaBo 3 ON COMMITTEES Big Spring and Crosbyton Men Named To Help Drum Up Attendanre At Sherman Meeting tnil btiRinenfl la of a lower volume than at other Kberrod Merchants mum watch their ac closer durintr tliewo times Own duringperiods of buylns when there lit abundance of ready cash in tho hands of all j Oroanization Sevoral Years Old The Jloll Merchants Association wna organized her Severn npo t to promote tho of the retail merchants nnd to educate the people of tho Lubhork t ratio territory to pny fhftlr Mils flip credit nit See RETAILM DaviF Francis Dead at St Louis former to und former seeretary of tin itid former governor of il C10 tonlRla ifter in onsr Franrfs served UH nnd pivsldent of which eundurtod worlds fair of the Ttxas commercial cxecu president and met hero today and nnmod the commluto annunl cjjnxcn j U6n of the usKoolatlon at June Including Big Spring Croitbyton on the attendance DAILY SERVICE ON 4 STARTS SAYS VAUGHN Dally service o bo Inaugur Umber Vjiusrhn said yester The which runs Southwest throuffh the Barton nnd Foster formerly was only three SON OF LOCAL MAN IS NAMED TO SCHOOL FACULTY son of Chris been electedto faculty of the Taniblyn Kansas He will Mtart hiw work January Christian special ized In penmanship and business edu cation and wan member of the Lub bock KuBlncss college faculty for a number of I i Kxploslon of nn strive at 17th and Aevnutj K at IN ycmtoriiny re HUlteiJ In of a mttttrcHN a bed by At 3 n wmoulder Ing flame wan found to huve burnetl the beaver board of a Horvnnts buck nf the Charles oNfalt The both TtCH KNftOLtMCNT TO RnroHment Texns Technological college yesterday reached total ot Including UJ of 17 EaAWiil Boom Tms Governor Out of Office and Youngest Governor Next Tuesday firat Miriam will ihartly nwn to priraU Hit until a wttornay of M will of wilt an if to of the majwtic tUtt canitol of red of arc to occupy on m of will out By a of to will to tta vMrcli of and it anticipate that fully that will rtrf tnt of governor in Tha capital fTMmrng itMlf of Mwdy in aix rmr in TEXAS SEAMAN KILLED Husband Surrenders After Wife Is Wounded in Room of Man Who Is Slain GemRe son dead and Ruby about in hospital dangerously wounded an n result of a shootlnsIn tho of Sinclair Horman hushund of tile woman arrested undbeld for Volire found of siuclari mi lhfloor ot I Ms room near HIP A revolver wns In hln Schdoiibcri waii late a bad reputation as a drinker and under influence ot litruor he wan quarrelsome and Policeman CtrnfMerahle of tlita tPHtimUny about Chipps by n fonner Fort Worth policeman testifiedhe had heard Chlpnsi threat en to kill Norris on the dny NorriK klllod iTolland said he tnld Norris of this threatand1 the other information about Chipps1 HClions and Nun had culled on In the nffico upon tho second floor of tho bulldinc atljoininK NorrW arrlvod about Norrla him if iui knew but salJl nothing telephone threats which to have mndn Nhortly Chipps In Jn a few Chipps opened she door without knocking 1 row to my Xutt Chippji said I know tills re ferrliiR to t lumbertkUover the Chipps shook jiur jwu I also sat WUH seated at his Chipps thon said Ive fjot some thinu to nay nni Ill say It to turmiiK towftrd If say nnythlnp niore about my friends Im jrwInK to kill He had hiu fist Xutt thfn tolil how Xorrls answered See NORRIS Page 3 THE WEATHER COLDEST IN 57 YEARS FOR NEW YORKS 16 OTAt ten clock tonight after drop ping nil day the mercury hovered round the five above the coldest January 15 in 57 uncording to wither bureau MARftltl HIS FIRtT COUPLE At Tb HJND WORK TO rtT   

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