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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - July 10, 1927, Lubbock, Texas                                 tp)—A stcu| Just reach tain If.- > 1 motoi rival eight four * of B idland e from s Inst Berg ago hu k nnd thes  OL. 1. NO. i;j.  LUBBOCK. LT.BBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1927  MJPANS 'BY ASSOCIATED F  SS Oil  its for  OST OF OIL  AXONY DEVASTATED BY FLOOD WHICH DROWNS 150 PERSONS  OLID WALL OF Jconies Back Home! ATER CRASHES  : 3c 32c  98c  I.49  32c  trimmed  II.49 Men  * 55c 10c 89c 39c  VER MAGES  (ANY TOURISTS ARE CAUGHT IN RAGING TORRENTS FEARED  AMAGE IS GREAT  O TIME GIVEN THE VICTIMS TO MAKE ESCAPE  l&f Ai vu :av ì Pre»-»} DRKSIIFrV. S. (  vr-' -  H y 1Ä0 !»•?«., ff »f ! i».r !r  Ml in !t «re;u rtiirtftff m flood »' ur/wy which ubou? H-.-trnif;;»-ept I« ;j »avr f.-M-t Mgb  Kl threw tow-in« .,.-!,} Vitt:« v-o ir. » »ff«-end ;,r<'.-! tfM<j flirto» ir, l>-v. . an three wlfoit«> •  Tili- proprjfy (l-Hfisai;.- f m} n » » . Umatc»! .'i! !'<wi nw» r>> i -V. ■ -  bout lî.iWhWi Tb- ..)  ndrMlr> «<f oniil«- ilp«i'.-i,> <1 in wer«- <«.. »,.- »„<  the Judith ff '»i« in !  IfUlfldfit'd repiors»  ut)'iif'K« ¡i ürfii*- ìfi' hifi«' '»i», >'8 t!l favorite t<»;trK' (jli« I  »hm« K'!h fttvtl )»•- frtb'J- I  . Ih'* .Mu»*lH* <'K>Utrub,i !  i In ih" *»o-eM«*tj &n\;n AI Tim«, wfll V no .v ti to A c»-ri- f tuiirlxt*, :«« m «"frìvr aft*| hi- j  ¡tig <Jta*h!Jt-f tb» .tftlrr ..f 1 «•»Jehfritfil (}«ri'Mn wi«t'-h lu t try whtrp » Umt burnir«.! y «r I »twM» brMçe. jwMie f,f thr j säst «»ray. f(j«l] tra/« I  ■wn* <o»opS*-tHy i»„ir. l >\Yi , <"d |  m» . t'-wm^ 1  «if re I  Art Iwhjf ìfM* » Ith gw»» <HfH • I y» The dlftaMtf Came S»» KWfft * 1  t «um !win>*(fH»i« tor nmvy t<f \ t'^u; ç,. Victim* to take rçfuf« ut\ ïhHr t tf.* tt» m< tops oi to thui vUn r im-an« | i*~r vf < PWP*'- ! U«f tl Oi!  Town Out ! V '•» k fr-r.  ïown i.r ïVsfÂifi. ftìfu;» s. ) cnvni}4,  ir» ih"' direct put h vt tïî" i <">'f. h.«fi n, wh« ¡)î» ri«î?> ii«;i) I hf c f<i< «!}•  ¿r* ihAïi flfiy h.»*», ir.--»••, f s.iit-, î.,1  JBut Minus Count)  TECH OFFIClALS| Collapse Of Naval A rms PLAN FOR FALL!  Parle v  Looms As  Heated  Words Feature Sessions  SCHOOL SESSION  RECORD ENROLLMENT IS! ! ^ , ■ , .   EXP ^coLL H En E  YEAR  !For South Plains  SELF,a FACULTY ! On Farm Pullman  CONSTRUCTION OF NEW BUILDINGS TO START IN NEAR FUTURE  Kin-mi iiii ^nrollrwnt of ti<--| iw.-r-n l.TjilO ¡:uu3 i2,(»C>0 stuOcn's I it(|ntini«rr:t.l%'f> officia!» of the I TiM.j.h T«'rhitntf»Kir»l rulh'Kf a«* j aire ¡uly loiny mukinir pììmk for tïio !  fai! tf>rpì KxnanBiona aro pluniifd | In f"v»»ry .J»Mvirtm»Mi? |a?< |ti*i.vl<|oi) fr>r til ih« 1  nppriiprlHtifn« :uwi ron ■ tr.c I- t»r thi» rti^v IiulMln^M « ill  t rt ' 1» { KOtm  As ihf j'ivlirnîiiïiry st«»|V offl «•!:»!« Itav.' -working  Hi«» r»ast mitnth fh«» Hrle«-tion  i>f Tivù- fiutiltv mimlwr« f-.r next y-«r A*»pro\lmntfly -40 m>w f««»»« will in- tit*-t% in th«* f , h l -.*n»>nif< i«<>\» t ti mi oboe <>f (lifin !.r-  'pjcltinK uii'l Htudrni .'I«ì:4ÌK-  f»nî\ .1 .if th»< ni»w r»ii»iii-  Irt-r. li-.! <• H*le<H*<l, mi>r«»  ,i».t. !.. ¡¡ikon 1» thi" <*h'tl«T <»f <.Oi««r« Th.». Iwm1 of tlw  «J»*l>:iri»t)<»»i, vu tritìi ,»lit»i"  it-uth of It, t Hnrrlxrt». m ittsf t.f tho bartlcKt p<»«»i-'•» Mifrf, ^ffiflftW my Mr«. Chilw9«d Oi»r» of W»m»n  >fr-4 »t. if, r^jtwowl. whtoM  l»^ MtVs. tortini, bui»l-  ns'-i* MfiitHirt'i* of tili» I hit^ )«v«n ■ ux  MRS. P. F. REVIER  < !î>* Viv.j IliVi'iUMvl.;: r MtilxfMt lif^iTî" iS»:>sfi S'.r-.-t H H Mm-  .'iiilît.- ',( Si-I- f Uj Xfiw  II. f'tl'f in; ;Î!< N{  *î .Îî i ■ rtL \ -fis s* ¡'l r-,. . r>'. ■ 1--1 λf .1i'i.-ijity î h i^.iiivî, ),>»'!M îji  . 11.-»-¡»îi* M' .-rs -l>t.l  >v«if»l tram tti<- ruin*. *f)t' ' r*-ut hrd ti »n ight til 13 fr< t I  Iftit» tl»r»f honios yt-tfi up < li« In «»t^r í•i«»fí^r^' tn© t it»!« 1  u» rvarh a *«m»>, |  r* Who «MJU«hl (Hi tb« |  hv'J^n trm^-ti'-n^fii » itifht ! >«■ .«* Usa rtr*hl»*t ibttfi j try foundation* |  lnh«MUUt» ut »«nljlrj^ vif- ( ;«•*. »«rpriitfvj in «h*tr *i-(r |  *tth«»«it hating ài» o|»p««r' ! |ty tu tm'miw. Tl»t« ¿tcwon:* I the »oi>»t of th'- /-«jtualrt^*. I  «othlng rftujutfj» of th** viilsuf«- } N<-U'm<lurf irh*rc mo*t t«f iiUbiUiiiU pannimi Or^iii tiUMiw"* luiptwr fru«» th" miti«  ka»btiil r\cr)ibini,- in itwtr |>rttiv, lining (normout* dauwv*^ |t S» fwrid that many tourist.* amoni! tb«? victim«.  w lil'H.ül it r  BUREAU MEMBERS MEET SATURDAY  ftES&Rve FUND CHECKS DISTRIBUTED AMONG  FARMERS HERE  . - *  Tsf» ijiii^ti" »i .in»J fifty m<*mb»>rH of I^tjhfw.j'k ('«unty Fa»*»» Bu-  Kt'lU'f'fii-H! .1!'.; (•fttxl.«-. J >ii\* ^ »!<«!»» fiMjni !<<«, Mrs y K. 1 vi< " of J.u>,!,i r-u (*«»unty i«t ♦ to ("a !!jfor*»lf'» :tfK.;inl Fdrtii Wiiii^tiS' »»»Ihnwn: w |«irty rnlMfT'*. <*. Z Fin»' jOkJ Ml««  »HHtMtaut J -,r (■..„  ..f winifn. jflttry un :! »-#>i'tton :.•  I A mimtwr of faculty »nHHlw* j a»-"!»» rftiti"»» the thlH  i fall itfifT ha vine "find u vfar'« ; v» ..f .i!ft«f>nre, " ¡ifi»« Fr&jieiw j ^Vht^^>^ in the Kpanlftb «l<«i»rl-; mcii». return io h«r jw}«t ft»  i riK^lHlfltl! prufojUMir "jitf ftimttlKh.  !  r'n.f floorco SniaUv^ootl. nifm-  | lM i r i.f i)*f> Bngtlkti «Uft>nrt!»»pnl  I w ill rt>l«r?\ ,ift<*r havlliji »«p^nt t< ji«««r in Columbia University in ] .V«»w York. *  Ml»* Ruth Plrth», »««¿<1 of tbo | '$.'¡>1 rtm»»r of puhllc Hpeaklnir. will i Mk«» ;«. Iravo of (Uxwnce Ami  I (H • ■ i-11 ;il<rt  See TECH PLANS P*0» S  TWO VICTIMS IN WRECK!  (¡KNBVA, KwHwrhiml, July — The tripHi'tUt» naval ronfei-on^c al-mio»i broke up iort»y. Kellablc In-foniruion conc<'rnlnjf thn happen-in urn ut :t seorot session that of tin.-pmuiivc oominittoo this niorninn :is Lord (.'coil wont so far ill the (.•<uir.se of th'» tunuiltons tlisoussion ! of the orulser problem as to banfr his fist on the table and «•xflaiin: •"Pliis is perfect noiK-sYMiKe."  Lord t'r'oil exploded in this fashion a ft or Hoar Admiral Hilar P. .li<noM, of tho Amorican delegation nuiptlv delivered an explanation of )•■• Anwrloan proposal .-oncf'rnini; i-rnls'Ts. ITutih S. (libsnn. iicnd of tin- 'Ioli>jjm(on who a Iron (I y hari li^itiii'd to a roproiuii made at an i .H-Uf'r spKHinn by Ceeil, is undrr-«int»d to have risen to his fert ¡it ■ (ii!^ point and to have declared with firmnesH that unle.su I>ord ril vnhdrt w thiw ivmiirk, Mr. Oib-would he obilKi-.l to leave. Ce-"•il u ithdr'ew it.  Heated Words Passed An parly Incident of the beetle "hion wmn furnish« (1 :iNo by Lord Ci-. i! who is reported (o have as-s-ri.d with Home If-at. that the Aoicrirans were alwiivs unp'ftMin-it)»', becaus»- the.v aluiiys wanted to b;iw their way  Vice Admit-ill' Ki< UI of the Itriti.sh .]< b-^.'ition alvo is imd< rst<»od to h«\< rontpihutedMo the discord b^-mc«»n "the hiifh wnflirtlnf parties" '•iliiMi, after >ho\ (h l iiv»-ry of an Anii-ri<-;in ttrKorneif/ tlmt crulnera n*(M MMirlly inu.«t ni«» in'-aaured by tot;»! tomnij,-«-. he exelaimed: "Total tonntiafe? why. it\me:ins nothitis I mor to lb" avet"i«e inlnd tha,u  i !ii»T«* ' '  v   j Kueh mt«t the niiit&iJidlnF:'' inci-, d'-rii- o( the iripetinK. 5  which onlyi [*'<-. eii t lf  mrrt an'- conviction amonc i-th»- icirt'.cipants and ot**erv«>rs that) j things Mer*' Kohui very lwdfy in the  REED ASSAULTS DISREGARD FOR ONSTITUTION  Preens His Wings He's British Ace  MEETS CITI  SAYS INROADS BEING MADE ON LIBERTY OF PEOPLE  WIELDS jSARCASM  CLAIMS MAJORITY ARE ALSO RESTRICTED BY THE LAW  TREASURE HUNT HOLDS INTEREST  >r<->- i>i}\vt-r disarmament confer-  i-rie  Must Agree on* Cruisers  Mr C.ibson insisted that nothing tangible could b© achieved unless j the delegates "could break tb« back" of the cruiser difficulty, and j ic- made It dear that anything the EVERYONE IS ANTICIPATING » I'.rittMi desicl to iay down in war-MUCH FUN IN SEEKING S *bip>> or buildinK promums must  FOR PRI2ES ' SM NAVAL PARLEY Paue~6  HAVE MEETING TODAY  198< $2.1"  iNDS ON ONE WHEEL  iti* Mu F«<« OmIH When |4)nö*ft*rH<fi SmhKmI lut 8*f« Landing Mad«  mei  WHb everyone on th* murk i  uwuitlait the word 's«" tomorrow, i elti^enj» of Lubbwk urc preparing! f««r the unil Avalanehft-Journal J treajsure bunt, ami nrv wonderln« j  what their- fortune» will bring —Oarmnamler Byrd and the Prince Hifm, ¡ of WalfiH were tinder the «une roof  ICxperioneed Kbopj»».! « who know I f »»" ¡wveral hour» this evening but t Cbick»»h» Woman KUI«^ And Mer| U }„, r „  n|( , s<  ty lM . s  ,,r uoods are -t. j they did not meet. The Prince was J H»«»band Fatally Injurfd. Wheri i i,,. found in Luhbwk and those who i in  the playroom of the Casino, Auto Turn» Over in. Ditch !  Jlw  '^«um»,' into It for the fun  """ '  1  |of it.' ore mgerb' awaiting the op-  H<»\Vli:. July ». MPHMni. Minnie L, (ilnK wf lh „ ¡, mit Ut  Ht'-e ¡t' they tcou ^»rf urewni in the dfMrlct: Klmur» wa« Instfimty Wiled and  )utttch  „,,.  uun ,ber which up-caurt wmi tthea M cbr.-ka tar the her husband. Houston ISlmore. of . un {hl , Jr  Hmulay uaoer with ttoe per r„i,t mwuv, fund of W\ ChiekaHba, Oh In.. n«»l «a« ftt-l „,„,„'.  arli< . 1( , m the «ton> of mtr-  V7 'TifT' ~  W  °  nmrk " ;  l ,Uy iniun * a  ^^^»y ««ftcrnoonL. iU)lUii  operating In, the «vent,  rteti With the Texas f arm Mureau | wbea the roadnter In which tlu-v',  u  ,,„ iv! , v irw  j, rSw .  flly Associated Press) HftrsTON'. July 9. —Dlxplayimr ;ili bis ftiined j;lfts of oratory Sen-¡ltor Jiiinc« A. Ueed, of Missouri, niet ur«-sque politi'';il warrior ywei.it members of the Texas Bar asnlcla-tlon ;riiil hundreds of visitors alunir 1 tvltb him in his itssault, upon forces •>.linu ti» nullity the constitution smd fcstriet the rights of citizetis in one of tiie.moHt colorful !id-«1 r-.-yev, <■ ver delivered in the city auoitorlum Saturday He diKress-i d occasionally . to attack certain i>roininent fifiin:cs with bitins: aar-(•;ism.  When be had finished Ills last Sentence, said. "I thank you," and j tiiineil to sit down, .scores swarmed t.. the stH*?e to shake his hand.  t shall venture to discuss," j Kc'tiitur lieed' said. "W-hat I ntm- i reive to bo certain "radical depur- | !iire s  .from the principles upon which our w.cniment was founded "  Mr. Keed was most colorful, however, in his digressions. Hey-eml tiasp.s were heiml wh"n he re-J'*rred t«t former Attorney C.eneral 'ItiYrrv M. IJauiih'erty as "ihe foulest insect that ever crawled across the ) Hiie of lime."  After i cecum in« in high scorn ili«t Andrew Mellon was. instrumental in rijislnii a fund of $'¿.000. oo<» wlih which to. thai tic** th<- rant- ! pafiin of Senator Pejyper of l'en-sylviioiil. the senator bitin},'l\ observed "¡mil Andrew Mellon «till sits in the «¡ibiniit ^hile t'oolidjie goes fishing "  He dfjiioretl the public :ip<itlis wiiith would ;i<-eept siii'li sitiiiitions with coniplacemcnt sbruss :iml tb.- j nest moment, with n fl.ish of bril- i liant oratory, described the eheck> j and balance^ upon which the kov- j eminent is founded to prevent | tyranny. '  "Hut i wish lo i impress upon  CO-OPERATION TALKED AT DINNER GIVEN IN THEIR HONOR  78 ARE PRESENT  MANY REPRESENTATIVES OF BIG COMPANIES ARE PRESENT  t'.i pillili K. T. fourlliey, Krilish fi> "r .-irxl test pilot is ready to embark on a flieht worn «'¡ilshot, Knjil:ind, t«. New Ì Mil, He plann  to l.irtd his seiiplatrt hiirbor. He will be a< K W M. liowncr. I IS. 1"'. Little mediami  New York oijÄinied Oy » i^ator .nid  Cattau uwHHiiatiyn ai* year» ago, j -vere ridine overturned In a ditch t'  only subscribers tu the i»a|>er ai"  while the commander was the jjuest of honor at a banquet given by the mayor.  The Prince expressed a desire to nr. et Commander JJyrd. but was unable to jro to the banqueting room, while liyrd could not leave j the banquet. However, the two will  II- IS. Overatn»«». one of ;he »uit«; w »  lh « Wichita FAllu highway about ! ,.n t; U)le. and pürcliaKe of cvtrn co  dir'trlwr* of ihe a«xocicuUin, re« »-hm»?«} bi»i»>i*y of the Lublwek roonty uftfantsaiion. which Mtart  four mile» uorthweHt here.  Thejx» were no witness tu the accident hut farmwrs alone the;  ed in Î9HI with n inemberwhip of I r<> ^ reported that oar was  ICI UTA KALUv Jul) 9. 011-  pruimlnent AntHftllo mett-ti,* u,».  e» a Kiwi turn from an  plane In nbkh it»f*> 'otc .»»HJ'II Jan4 bére ewiti^d i»» jof j h hen kbit» hrwURht smfely to  only VI. Th«re are n«»w ulmoat 504 memb< r.i In the Lubbock County Pa.» iti itttreau. an imsre»ao of about |wu- c<tot ov»r thtt muinUerahip  £l*ir(b»Oon of Iben» cheek« tun» }int«iruint," mtfil Mr- Over»tr««t, '•in, that it provi » t,y thoBe wlia h*t«H i/icHneil to b* nk«'ptlc«l  |h Ol.' the Wbvel by k# p}|- V.aan Wur<au Cot-  , Hob*<rt II. amy. The oceu* " " ' " * ........*  ta Wf <he »hip nvre * Mr. iU»b in,-an oil man ; a Mr. *ehï»»in<?y  I Uray. They lv»d beep t» l>«' an huai»«* «nd w«r<i prv|#nr-\o »toy at ««t alriwt bere foe  Ion assodano» ^wlU eui:i«y out Us  Vkurtl,"  Rtatrva Exptainad  ofiiftal «f un AtuÀHlh» tmnkJ' Tbo imrifu««? of tli« wo« )i«r evnt  reweirve» n» oplaiiied by Air- Over »tie« «. 1» -tù aiford the «Ulto a*«»» ciuta. fund with wlilch tu oper-l whw^ » Ixottnclti« latititlnif t at-». th» pittii tti tlic out)  ^pwl WW' «if -'ib„ • from| ' »"—  unU«jr cvrl«««, ,  1  6t« WfSfiT Paao 6  »«»lliKlljiiMiiminwnMni................  In Today's Avalanche-Journal  M.UJAZINT. W«wt«rt) Will f  abl« tv aie'at e 3; H'hreo. tiatlc j?JiiinH>tf why ut«  Ivo« «m of Htlev. A KU^Mj ^«uighcrr finii« bapi^he««  tho klUbcn. Jlow to bjiJW »iriwrt«. Pairo 8,  COM It ' Hi I'PLKMfclNT^II cnrtopf?K, inciudjiiii;  AjpV liwpb' Sab muuui »«Ah, UmiUi,. Ai't^lV Ttihbi», (hit our Way,  r f«itiimi othw - ; '.-V, ' ♦•i/i, ^ * - -I- ,  SUCTION bu^ VwO, kvM**» crop h.oII undur way,  I-,. "Juwto «»fHti»." J'nijpéi ^j. JjWIturm uage and  ÙÌmUpu« op Lubbuclf, }"a«c Àv|^«i)nobilo new» and  féfmi • , :' \ V} t {:4 - " " f  V  SJgCTiUN TWO- -Aoi'o Club phu;« nyiny fluid iwsre,  „ U tìbito»! («Ili vi AU-T«XH« ùtUfi l'uMO U Hp-  i^wa and Avomon'^ fiwiuroa, IH^éti I '»»«4, »; Cburul» New», Ptelua uew« «n4 U>cmI feature* ' ,  (ECTIOM ONK-Oil Mott a batiquct, HmMl'a Mpo^ih, NAV»! ÌHr*. Véch |m»rovi'm«iti% Flopr t»laa«tcr, Fumi Moailiitf, u'ud Ford  BporW Including tuU r^üulw of J«MtUj», Iwitbull, PuM» S und —«m even» a,ud winplete ycjwt't oC'Oie AnHodàtad ' Pr«««.  ¡flllllll!^^  triivviing- «t a rapili rate. Tito «e eidwnt wcurHHl un a. rvcfntiy vraded «tretell of road wh«r« there 1« It»«»»« jfpavel and It 1« believed that the much hi» »kidded into the diteli uuil oviirtyrned.  Pmmkìiik motorist« found the bo,l-Ick pinned under the «vreokaiie. Mr»., Elmnre wat» drwd. Her, Mkuil Witfi nruahed. Mi», l?Ii«om' waa tu H»n to the Uuw Iti hoM^tul hi un am ■ hulnnee. Ho iva» -iufferUt»; from a •nitritoti chest «»ul jntem»!  1  Injur, i .u« and died Within ih Ir tv minute« aff>r reach In* the bftNftiUtt.  pi"s will not avail any advantage.  Stores 'vbo are joining,' with the A \'alanehe-Journal tn puttlnu on the hunt are Anderson Vtrothers Jewelry company; McWhortci"» Itpherd^: Acorn Store; Crollnian, Harrier lirothe»-«: Sherrod Itroth-erh; Clarenc«- Satitiilers »tyre: W. J. Carre't, and Hawkins dry ROoda, othert* aie expected to enter mturnivv.  meet tomorrow, and not for the first time, as the commander was the Kuest of the Prince on Long I&kmd several year« ag*>.  TEXAS PORTS HURT BY I.C. C RULING  LKTOl'QUHT. Fnince, July 'J i/P) >* ou '"  ho u,at  »«nndateF  contuined in the constitution were Imposed, not only upon the government but upon the majority. There is a «real fallacy abroad that lj should like to correct. It is that a majority has the right jto do any- j thing because' tt bits ¿n$u#h votes lo pa«» its measures. ì téli you that a majority c;an be as wrong and as cruel us any vyrnnt,  "You can't make a wrong right by putting it imi» a statute," tie explained a little further along. "Law has been the instrument of tyrants-in all hi/story. The law muist first of all be jtist tó be right and a just law must recogrnize the constitution of America-"  RATE ADVANTAGE GIVEN TO GALVESTON : REDUCED IN NEW DECISION  < By Asw.ic!«<ti»<! l'rrss) WASHINGTON. JuU A part ef the ;ul%iiritüKt 1  in export and import i n tes which the interstate common e commission ori«inu.il> held that tîalvesion und oiher Texas ports should iveHvc in competition with NVw Or lean* was liken ¡»way toddv in decision revising find iiio<iil\ fnn *he «-oniuiiiiHimr.s t original findincs on the :subK*ct. in IülTi, retini,' upou complaint of (ralvi-Htou ami other Tex«« port Inierew.s, thi» commission declarvd that rates throuuh the southwest on cxpori mid import coiitniodltle>> un»  JIOHN DREW IS DEAD  Premier American Actor Succumbs At Hoapital In San Francisco After Long Illntss  BODY DISMEMBERED  Limbs pf Y^rtÉ Woman found Wr*t»ß4>j n  0(3 T*bla  .cim^^mßmh -ròiiè^S® far**»  aevorflö limb* of. .à« «p^rently you«« wom«it wmttH^ jji^i) »id rwl (abb) otoUh mir  ot «omwoji tuo  only, 9¥ldpnc« to m^i (tiè .poll«« tonight WH8 ox  murder ot thr««. op fpbr ftfo^ ^Ótltid near- 4 t»  öwr«ry park mvi* mwW «mb* whfph had b«m oyt/ and liMk«a wer»} carefully «tx^mtl^d ftt tb»-ffturjîMo for any, pùt^bio clue«.  ,l>r*«rltMi, o^ .tJiiJlw near thu HAt(«ry wull yq^ o^n^. (n an «ffort to iuçato th^ ojbwr part« of the body w4 «o ty«nt!fy  woman. ,, , . ,  MCtTÏNÎT ^WJÖHT  TI* mâtine; J^O^M^^ I*  w -  PTO*" », with  | SAN KlIANCtSCO, Ju'y it. (.TV-.John Orew. who Amerleaiut paid | tribute as "The lietm of Actor«," •lied at a hospital here today «{tfr u coumjieotiK tbir,y-nitie day« fljsiil HKuliifl Arihrillts rhfumutic. fever »hd septte jwtsona tlmt grikduallj* »«pped his vitality, lie wum con-welous through H all.'to-within an hour of hit; death. And hi» passlnK WUM dtsHcillwd a« "ptUnleHK, «ut In abiep."  , llrlef, blmple services were held In tbe »ccludcd littlti Cypres« Uvwn Cren^atory (JbAtW:! rt» fc^' liourtt after "Mr. Dre^-'i» «leath. IxiCAuee, U wtm explained,'Mr**. I^uiae Oevor-hux, the «etor'* diutghi^r, wu» on tho varjfe of (wJlatyw ¿ftw her long Viail «1 the tK'dsJde or her father. The »orvice« ftcr« atu-nded ujljy by tho three relative« who wora with Mr. Drew when death MUiie, Mr«. 1)4veraux, bet liUaVand, Jaok Uevomux and Jobn- Wwrymor«. or llollywpod, the aetor'a, nephew,  A-  OALLAS QIRL OROWNfiy  WAQQ. July 9, (Ä^K^Ily Ktt^i YttrbowHiRh, o, of Dallas, w.w drown** hei'0 thU atumoon in thn Bçaeh l^tthins pooL, She wit» h#jre on il vlwil; ,to roJtttlv»» Ana bad fn>n4 to the póóì Willi ¿ 'numbcr öf plüy-m»(«s. It. wan Waco*» t(r«t ba^blnv of Ä^WVfl*  K.^^i/ftiîisw "ti  6629  -H^onday „take tjiis paper with nut&b^S^i^Ced aUove to dtore« adveitising with cut. of Pitfte in you raatch this number with onfr ti«li>layed an merchandise,, the merchandise  of ag^ caiinot; redeem era are sent to .paid, si  Treasure h^t, opens at 9 o'clock ! over, lodk. for" Pirate and join tl  m  .Seventy-seven oil men dropped into Lubbock for a party last night.  Representatives of major, coin-panien, individual operators«, drillers and toolle» from all sections ot the state were entertained with a banquet by 150 citisiens at the Hotel Lubbock, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.  Lubbock wiiH at home to the oil fraternity. They were all here— Tex Thornton, John 1?\ Kegans, A. S. Mims, Lou Stogrner, Ben Ross, C. J. MutchinKon and scores of others accepted the city's hand o£ welcome.  Spencer A. Wells, president of the t'hambor of Commerce, and toastinaster i,f the evening, introduced Mayor Pink L. Parriah, who extended the address of welcotfte. Mayor Parrif-h outlined the growth of evr-ry industry of the Plains and expressed optimism over the outlook of the infant industry .which is now looming up in the Lubbock district.. ' ' W  Oxford Talks  Kdttar T. J-l.. Oxfo^W^iand man ot S'incbilr '.>il ¡irid Gas Company, responded to the city'« welcome by lellliiir the oil fraternity of the spirit encountered in Lubbock. • This is one city," Mr. Oxford said, "which doe« not frown on the oil fraternity. The citizen» do not wish to know our business: they want to know wh;if they can do to ma.ke us feel i<t home. Von will find the citi'/enn here ready to extend the triad hand at all times."  "CeofM nphicallv. Lubbock is the oil center of the South 1'Iams" lie coniimied. "It is conveniently located to all the tests, and the accommodation* found here are as» good as those of the metropolitan city."  How City Can Aid  In the absence of Kreel, who  wired that ho would be unable to attend, <\ J. HutchinHon. Independent operator of Amarlllo, »poke on "How Lubbock Can Co-operate." Mr. Hutchinson pointed out that the oil fraternity doe« not make many demands of the citixenH where it headquarters. "We want to fed a welcome, and, a« Mr. Ox-  £Te OIL BANQUET Page 6  PLANES ON NATIONAL AIR  TOUR ARRIVE IN TULSA  TULSA, Okla., July 9 OW—Fourteen planes, all but one of which entered in tho National Air Tour, .... ,. . .  N , „ . . < landed at Mclntyre airport this af-! i  NVw nrleunf< '  ;uul (,r - * ternoon after little more than an dored uite reconstruction which j ,  fU  , n rpom  oklalionut City, bad tiie Kcneral elfeet ol maklnK ! ......... „ eioven^er, pllotinK tha  . .. _ . , L'ioyd t». .  . r ro s to and trom 'lex;.« vwi* |  Ki  , (> Uork lan0 ot the  Alexander vtr than the.v now stand. The |  volIipany .  wa8  tb© flmt  contestant to volplane to the flylng field. He waa preceded by tho hUK» pathfinder, an advance pla.no ot tho Ford excursion.  th. low  new scbedule»<, however, have never ¡¿une into eif^ct, in view of a rehearing Krauted the New tirleun» and Jyoul«lana interests.  Old Rate Renewed  T.y inday'.s dee.inion the commission found thm export rate*- yn petroleum »nd pertoleum products Ironi the ¡»outhVest to the pbrt« ¡ire fair and the original decision orderiue them reduced to Texas ports wan fvat hided. A.s to the grain export jates. the. commission held that th* Texas ports were entitled to more favorable differential» than .they i»o\v receive, but limited the a re« in the southwest from which Texas port« will hereafter have an advantage.  A« to a lurge mi in her of other export and import commodities, including cofftet». packing houiwi product», cottonseed products and lumber from southwestern Ijuuln-Jium. tho commiKKkin iidbcred to l:» original finding«. Hailro-iflK con-cenied hi tiie jwrt traffic warn or* dfired tu t'lh* new scheiluies by D«» cetuber 12, u«:?xt, incorporating th« pvliiclpie« of rat<i ,imijang laid duwn In, th*» d«rl«lon today  The Weather  ,-, -..via  *  'Imi  >Wß  m  Ad» rteeuFf.   

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