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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - October 10, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS  •ß'ii  r^/  w<>  00'  TWO BIG PÁPÉRS IN' ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING  S'*  VOL. NO. :î40.  TJHÍíTV-EKíHT IWXîES  LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTr, TEXAS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1026  PKICE 5 OEXTS PER COl^Y  TWO DROWN IN LOCKNEY LAKE  TERRELL URGES FARMERS TO HOLD COTTON  KEEP BACK TWO TO All Night Vigil Is THREE WOlUONS SO Rewarded by Booze  COUBSSIONER SAYS  WOULD MATERIALLY R£ DUCE ACREAGE NEXT YEAR  Thinks Report High  TEXAS WONT GATHER AS MUCH AS 5,250,00c BALES, HE SAYS  All ,-ii    ne:H- Sh :Ulo wa tr i  «,:•> Í.S-, ir.Si.l at ;t    xentcfii.i s j  tiiiii !U(!k: i.'i Ui<‘ cjijuur*- wf a erudì- t<*n , »till, iriur .f(Uai li< ^ V- hm -»'fk'íTr’ wiy S« corn «'fUskoy, j .¡ .i ;n.- i oiUí»’í~H. B«ti y atnl .Miu'viï! , 1'<-; i ;.    hiiPrifi« )!.    i  ¡isí.(-n unii Huíift-fn. ' r;!<î='’(i '.iff iii.'it    was    .  liiiuJ* in !.h>'    W. uiUi-?- noi iä'. - ,  I>f i»ul*i.(H'k, ihf'    Wf‘iU t‘. ,  ; f)„ SJIO! l i    aüiî V*.    ]  im f.tîi-11-u-* niM% «•■¡iict.i.- Th<rir f i« {  ril.'iui <■ ÎO ni.0.1- ali .(ífí-st, ÍÍU'V «a',' vv':.'. SsìurUii'.' luttruisr^.  ■îi!*' J~(u,.u*i i'iuthi-ìH,    U Ih'I'.)!'.-  Cardinals Cut Loose Barrage of Hits, Swamp Yanks Ten to Two  Breaks World Series Record  By l'iliU-iî !‘rriiin AI'KTÎN, l*(!  rt'ii, <■/'(),î»i:««j>îî c¡  «u-rx-l Uií-    í!',k-  í<í ÎS1" aiin Ui-- r. - ■ .  ■ Thr.    í..¡ (•  í i’: :• »■  -■ >1 »t« VíÍ,-. ■' ii.l-. Ì.  ruí»r'H<-í  .‘•»i.ijííi  IÌO! < < i-.S.'¡rii; lii.'  ....t    i:  ■    ,;í'ur.'  1 i ! ■    ! < U l t > >li íi  I    !.! . H-11  . -.K.ilU'.:!'’  Uí^n 1 i'-j' ► ti;í'  ha/H UiW'ïi !  • Uri- j.ií.íi'-.in WUh    '.'tvii;.  i-iW,    7*¡C,1 i? ia'r V« Nt..T»Kiy  h ' l;( : ili '-(ti' >•! >    -..I -,  ■ -r U' •lì î::.  î  rv’.í. {«■ rr-'t  I;  iiày h>: .tpä/ruxiniateiy <.or*  ,1S    t,^ USi-i.- 'V.i  «tld 1 «ç .üid r..;iuf    îci..>Hfi  UHlH If' ii:"    ü!.' 1 >'. I»  I ,:J(, li..; \h,,:    %vHI acU,  * r à.5.'*'> “iti; S'iiit'w ihS.M  ’■‘rh<- t-:v- J'ai inuoir.!    f..'  T«..w>■■ .i»i| Jh» Hiiutîs i*    i-f «<.'tí»»»■■(»(  .,js- ! iî!    int‘siv.1. uf -wpl'it'.: ><!■■  i!u'A (svi tr»i tf» fii!    jtcii I-Í oiH-;î  «Il s'.nu t h»' Ì ri..trT!u>    * i'-i 1»>-  iiv !«!.    u, (i.s'sv    î ¡U;.-!. S-iu*-«  t*f f'vUoîi îîff UiS-    ïJsaik-!    ir,.»U'rUl • ¡V ; «-iJUt'lfij,? tit**--Í  PRESIDENT AP*,1NTS  COTTON A(D COMf^tSSiON  OKLAHOMA IS FLOODED AGAIN  STILLS AND COTTON FLOAT DOWN RIVER; FAMILIES ARE V.AROONED  i-'  !-' f n.i  ftííkiOií «»Í  - -.f I-    ;,.<Tu-'.iîh üii !;-i,  hiV M J,. ,, !irl , j^;h; «¡11,1 U  li’-i- fh»-» '-»'nte-r »4 U>>* ii'-    i.    hv tin*  I'»'s lin th*‘ V'fi'.îlür in ;  fi iU'-kl-» •'Si'foW. I .uU i'uhlp !>i nüîkv I  . H '  "I'»' iU-'- i ¡■¡»u Si.j.'ii  I« (.*» tif  riiiati..- »>.; iM-r.it..-! thr*>'»Kh l.,íí.U'í  1 1 I .  < I I * Î ! : i I', i"  r  UM-  n-^    i ■ ^. »    . ,, if, ; S'! 1 .. .  WAFHSNtrS'MN    Uf Î -    i '    v,,'- :  !v>ilt*n «»V f'T-•' í'**SíU'i' t)(    «:■    H'r-.Hi  ’IvanSck;. " I'lt'U-' «    t'n-^i'lfriî <•.!;■■ r..*-.!  iiHÌìt:jt-    *i '    ‘ íít'i.nutíí « r.i !h;- : í-¡:i .'■> Ki!'- f-;;<  ÎH'aiK .iiíd    tíH' víilf'íí'ii <-*» tii'' '  l'nfU'd Niá'*'. v\.»r    r'.íi 'n.,. lo trtut ftn-srvi  t,.. ra!i'-<s; es ou  ¡-íd-t'T»-' « I <  > UÎ .tj,  rctás-y <.{ ivínu -    i '    !»»-  l»*ct'*r i 'ik.f ÎI    , •' I w.ir .'i ■  ' i¡ >* ill 1    < tu'. t‘<ï ;■!  carrv ,> ;iw ”    ^  ' Ì    ' íl.  j.rtMÍui? I f V>í ^    ’ >■ •»! » ’>? • l'tn.  "Inví Hiljfíitf Ui< |it    st'.ít-f-.i-! t..fí  dttUm -i»Hl r«*n«U'«' suíh ««••»ir.sUlp u«-  t>í,*ít«n<'r- I»li Mili !«' gH'li i'í ìli«-' íí-av-  t'rniísc»! t.i;i fífurís iílrc-R.-'íy jií.í*?* In ih ■  !hr*»«s:h fíruut» hü ¡sv-tit un>.r:.-’  ‘•riín ?ü!ía ík-ií» :¡u>i fCf'dli K'llikv- asili f-« :.»! y    ímtfH.'iiíiiifiy ;=r-  junih-d íí» i‘ot<i»n s<i.!iísr«*rt< t<< >íí,wí-: *n’ ^ oo r-iw    -Ahicl'i    t i* T'Ur- j *  eUniMwf a! !«•«(» t’jaM nf«*flu«.tU»n prie*'. |  Hurh H< StMií. H»h.v.'t Ì0 >u « If-na-r \    J«- Um'Í». lotiny  to S. Vi', t’í'juurf- *'h'UtH}iin r.f la.-*-Itin {«t;*».*il"' U!.*Jí!»U»tíi, i*Sí;í!I.i*sX.  ••wvrttUí    j^ís»'’.íKthvn tiie indv.K-  try Miiil rcnuiv*    futtcn fr(itn  tbtí Biark**?.”  i i Î Í’A h .  tíí lì -:.C tii<:  .\. ¡U Î.  ■ÍU|U>'  ■  hfitiT t.v !h,'    Í.,f Whitr Í.UU- ^  fi?r»-'í',! ta í '.ií'ii    íi'i <IS'S’ i'itii! |.y ,  .‘•í.'fjíí'-n Sív.ir'.t'i'itSip.t:- fauii!;. ■  ' * I-a «:: <•<:•« v. vr»<    in » «j'uaíí !  !i\ti (Ííiaiíi il!    íliv- tif sil*’ ,  1 ^U^»t; i'.'l.    I  i'i.'í U.'iif'íi. ¡t»a-!; «'.-i ji i¡tíH    n *  .'iVff fí'v» Jujj.n-    * i f tio'ii; i  •ai ..ilt US    t «.UOU ÍU'l.J " ;  '•íaJiV çUsis IM’i'i Wí < }) rl-a,t>änK    li •  thi* wuitri .    ;  3 '»'EARS FOR AUTO THEFPI  I  W. L. Conn»{le# Cots To P«n Afier {    ihiiii-«in k.  Tahoka Tr:»l    j <lriv;»5|s n! ínür ¡un«; -, v'-ifî-.îi;, .,-ü;iíh;m :  —~j «<'í i»-ÿ !<a <íriit; ;.ií' .--iir'iííS*:' «aíiU’-!. TAÍhiiCA. í>cí. — W. l„ <! ‘I* r-sur U'ìjt.s, Uin- I.f whi' u Han a ,ííia.% W. H, HauilUon, wa« i«s,;n{*.‘ni'>:*d tMÍri'T^. i.a- a 511 ¡,, ^ \ í(,-í,,ci {.í Uí!«» Uí't'í’ jcisí';, fi'Dfx««ontiífnt m i!».'*  « l»' »í!t'*n!i.u'\'. on cíonvjrtíua fiero  AlthoUKh a feu' (ickeís aro y^t un-  ho1(1, líulicaiii.tiN y('.s(<Tclay 'vui'e of :i  OLD WAR HORSE ALEXAN-    H;mqu«t tu i>e  riCD tini r\C »cm WUff F ¡KÍv<>n Munday nifíht in ihc dininK roon» UtK HULUd tM WMIL.I:. | „f 5,,^ ¡,otol Lui.h.,. u t.) ihe siíit-  MATES POUND ’EM l'-o.-ird of (‘uritrdi lu which pvcry cífi-  I zt>n (if lAiiit'cck wlj.i is iritei't‘s(.<‘tl in BY ALAN J. GOULD    'tiU' Tcvh    ami (he A. and M.  Control Board to i BROTHER iOES DOWN Arrive Here Today IN VAIN EFFORT TO  SAVE AILEN YOOIB  HUNDREDS GATHER SAVE LADS WHEN TOO LATE  xi;w v<)Uiv,  ri^hîiiiv ;il\.  (Al'J—‘‘'he (,‘ar  i fxperiin.'-ii! station is invit(>il.  fa;;-..11". iiistrad  Tilt" ttnjii'd  arilvt* hi ro .•ifii'rniHiii frii;;i (iin Siauh, and wiil In-  (.f Ke.i I!i¡al rhi'v .1 !!i‘-ir >v i\' ;>a< i< in<-t i.y a delr.i^a! inn nf Lubhuck ri'.i-  iiilu th.' Thirk (■! I!m- wr.lds’    "'»■ win'.'S.,,! I lluni i'-.r ;,n au-  baulo l(HÍu\' a;-* tl'if'ir idil piU-hinK liUiKter, (imvcr ('levi-Uuid Ah-Naiid  í;i!Íi.liHMÍ ih<>    f.ir th*’  t iin".  Uaiî> iii<; hcl'i'1,1 the . ffcclive '"JX    j¡,,.  A i:¡s i.! IÍ1C‘Í! '.i-i<TaM I'Íí;1’.( ll'l'idtM', . ¡    which iti î'iic C;  ¡he Na’idCial l.caui r lai.'.iici! I hi'ir I i \'a 1^  ’ tiiiiiijtiíic tirivc civi j- the I i!'.'. Til!'.'.' wü! i spend Siiiiii:i\ tiitíht )ier;'. :uul Mi>nday U\‘ill tiiakf aii in.'iin-cticn trlp thnui'íh coilc;;c and Siic ex¡x-i iiin-nt .-:!a i tilín, ¡-'cnini; rir.«t hand infcii-niation if ihc in.'-iitii-of Ihc ta.iicuc  Both Bodies Found  DROWNED BOYS WERE SONS OF FLOYD COUNTY FARMER  (.SiKHKil to Av.nlanche-JournaH ivO<'KN KV. Oct. !»—Martin .AUon, . .mil l’'rf‘d A Hen. 1(>, wore drowned rhiiinidoiis ;i,,.rucula > !y i.rcNsin.-,;. ll’: ¡iO thi.-; ;ift<>rnoon in the Allen !h<>    I •h.'iiiih'T n)' ('ciniii.Ti .• ..¡I'ici.iis iir.-a i    ’;(k<- five ¡md mu- half mile«  ;;aiii«' hv a m .irc of iM l-> J withjthat a lull a Ii <■ nr la tic- ha a.aurd'a! the' nnrlil uC Lui’kncy. Tho boys. in coman atlHi’U id “M.-h sav.mc furv that j ha ii.|Uci, .tnd iickt'.s arc nuw uii si!c ¡i.any wU.h .\1i-!vin Waiters and Wood-t'Ci!¡!.'¡ l:<ih Sliawl;«'', or I'rl»;ui j t her at t!i*- hmd ni a.i i he chatnixr    \¡¡en l;ad < cri.st rUftcd a raft of  ,-;ij.u-kf-r.    ..f the S'.mks t v. irlinu ; i>f cuiiiriifrc • i',<r .-si Ta.i per idaîc Ai! ¡ja.sulinc    and lumber nnd had  rmin*e, ..aiiih! .hf-ek it    ; reserva f i"!i ?. iiur-'t h" 111 hefnrc 'ea starle,! ícr a Uual rido on the lake,  'i'hf; vietaiy ¡.u! th(' i'a riilliti I.s ba ek ! “‘‘I''' ■' .Monda,'', -.o iliat iirt-jci rat ion ' \v iiieh 'vas ui<>re ¡lian ha.ii" il niiit- wide, i-vei, lerni'^ 's;Ui the Vauk^•«•^i,    1”' ‘r.a.l.- by !h.- ntanaKed.etit ef \\'h,-n I hoy reiteiied tlie fentor of th«  ea' I vv .ih three !iani<‘< to thoir    i  eri ih:. .iiiil fon‘‘d ih«' Itatiohall tdKun-piiiu'.hip n,'..'i;Ie lo the limit of se', eil .j.iaiev    !he tiiird year In  it '.va-^ H .'-iirrnm euinj* hack for tiie t'anlniaN. liattliiii.; for the fir.st t.iiic in the u.irne'.s i.; rtiiiivMt ela.s.sir anii ut! ¡fie strenmh cd ¡t t¡ic>y n>ay iia '^e -.v i;a ! f>\er .,>dds ¡ircvaiii for [he •-eveislh .lad decidut«    lonnir-  at the Vankí'e >itadinin. Xot r.-.,, hp'l ¡he (teak, afiç-r a rolrtp.-se (ha! ! hre.'ilfMied !o put tlî<‘m out t of rhrt rii nil ir, bilí they are I the dces.'iH.  AN'iicre Rii;;»>rs ilornsb\'    id  PAVING PLANS ARE NEARLY COMPLETE  i/ik(. M.'U’Iin Alb'n deeidpd to tfiko H >«i!n u! water about a fool ov<*r his h( .el liis younRi-r brother »etdng that h. v.a.'i in difticuUy wont to his. rescue am! botli boys droU'ne<l.    , The other bo;.'s .swam to the bank <prf.id i!ie news and neighbors, .and iiiurt’ than one hundred L.ocl<ney people u'.rne.l out to find the bodies. The b.xiy nf Marti!) Allen was the first tt, be found, ^'lank JonfH, rtivins. brought Idf* iKMi;.' lo the .surface anfl lleil.ert .N'ie.!.ed.'i,‘- iniliiediately brought' the bu<:y 111 A Urea Allen lo l{v« KlU-iace. hcnliev \e..r«. within olsht<'.<>ti  ........ (d e.ieh oihef when found. Th#  iiirther fi'jrfeited for'f'ity Engineer, .»iaid \'e,s[erda'.'. and pe.    are sun« of Mr. and MM.  tf.s! i.-i piiching,    , tition.s pre.'ieiucd hy propert\' ner.‘< | w Allen, wisu ih'o at Prairie  iipel s'ehi'o! liou.se. five niite.H north  BIDS WILL BE ASKED SHORTLY ON TEXAS AVENUE AND 16TH STREET  .\ddiliona! pacini; in tlie residerai.il rre!|()ii c,!' Liibboek wil! be under way q’f,, !i lioine S'roiiiui.s. ; ■within :i .short time. .Marlin M. .sniith, ' j„,.j  >1! Ti'\.li- Avenue  '.nil Hit It  hav:  .Ie?ir>ie n.iuii's. hero of a .s|uU '.I'liunph o\er ii'ie Yankees, primed fi.}i  ,,tlt I l.iem .ippri>\'ed b^ the I'il;'' i'  Ho'  ■rvv s biK I'fobalt!) I t.. t ike iiir;.. .'''ho( ker ^e\(.-ii!h u.-iiise hiiuseif io.ia\ ii b.a I (i i.-iet; t iviiti A chill 'V II d staiiititii t.i.iav, dalîce dou n |e  i>a t !  ii'.i.Sl  ,\iille  Huk-Walte the tiiumol (.ut (d .-.iated fur the  bii' he eliniiiiuted ’. ■sli.irioi' ihe liom-Sh.i wKey,  >-"ept tJie Vatikoe ise<    î.itr alten-  bS.Otit', btlt it blow  hion,  J'l.an.v Oli the tWii project,'- whicli uill hi lei uriOer one (eintr.tci iviil In tinUM.ias in the lAexi fi-W , bi'l*. s\ I'! bi. ad'.'eriis.al tei-,  ■stili 1^\! el) siull.S v\il! he liMtle Oil  I of JvOckn'y, Xo funeral nrrangenionts have heelî trade at thi« time.  .Hid f.ss-rner Tv.\a^: I,ea.tcut r, wlut in  he New Vfu’k Ya^lk<•e^^. broke all world  üeir.s ¡.'^ bat was    three hitH  rt,m. ids ni.MÉo.s wer,. u'îa;d:rii (ioiii.itn e ,'.'.eríf\-, oount thus far  TO OPEN BARBER  SHOP AT MULESHOE  .\rs!iU.' iUdsti-“    t'onrol KuSity Ilf  fc-: Ker V and wtii. M'ijtenccd to H Jive \'«‘ar ,‘‘i!í5|>ende<í ?<eni< tua-,  Jee t:c|j;«by Vie¡jril. Wí,í» Con VÍt,'5 ed  of ,.,!Ìi)nK ilíltixicnlinií Ufjsioi. and putiiisinoen! Set ,íi one .vear in the  ¡tenitt.-nt; iar.^'.  APPROVE FIVE-DAY WEEK  MV“L1>HH0S' ÍV!, - M ,V \v..tkvr, a F. L. Voto« Unanimoutly for Short-  FARMERS WOULD CUT PRICE OF GINNING AND PICKING COnON, DECLARING NO PROFIB UNDER CONDITIONS NOW  «r Work Time  .\îi(kinK •' siroTìi,' î'iea for I<t\ver X, <.Miiis. J, \V. Bush. H. C. Burns, prly,'K (,‘v.lion pirkiuK ond ^Inntn« 'j^mher Cireen, J. A. Rlehard.s«.n. A, U larw lumtbvr of    ™'*n’'/uWilon, l., H Lhwsou, .1. (llenn.  „ , , ,    ---------farmers met m    ] M. Rhoades, K.Î Grifflr., .J. Ci, Smith.  l r.|(e<l I'rt.«.-»    I unn Aseiu ItiivId l'.;»ton yysterda.I-I t'hsMrc-,^: K |.' Alford W s  DETflofT. Mkh . Uei. 9—iihor'er iifteriioon ami f<t!trî<Nî a petition a*k- j , ,    c ’t'-iffin i-' i’ 'f ,rn..n'  nifint 5»iid -vili lo? « eonvenknct; V« Ihc. working    tor induNtrliil labor vvhs jln« tor a eut Ir. the prlccH r>í both j'j‘ p :Mill r I.. Í.’ i'.iud *l{ P Swand  linaníinoiiííl.v aPiVrovcij here lodaj- by ¡The fminejx contended îh.U AUih Ur    ' ' * -    » . i.  of this« pl»»ee. 1» opening: a hai ber shoy In the I'rutik    buthSing next  If* lb.- p, Sioith varnt.'':-. !'v»'ryîhîng !n this shftp Is of Uu* tietveüt improv»;  town.  A totil of 17    for th#  Uubbock HioH StiHool fo«tb*U t««m  hat i>»en ««»ured. How Rt>out yeurt? £<0ht more are H*mphi!M*rice company will order th« 2S bl«nk«tii «• toon as twanty* ii*'c atttifi’ad, rt«kina * chanca    «ftpht more patHotic  Hieh *chool boottart wHI /‘gat biiay** ÌO the Avafancha-Journal’*  campalo« to Mp i.ubb«tN'« own griiftron haroa*.  Th* followir4g hava uromitcd to pay ««ch for 17 blanket»! MatnphilNPrica Company; tho Awfaneha-Journat; W. 9. Powatl} Harry M«y*rt; Dr. Otoroe 0. Ino* hamj Myriek Hardware Company; •harrod Hkrdwara Company; Taoh C«f»l Mrt, Morton J. Smith} O, N. Laavartani Barriar Brathara; Minttr-Qamali McWhertar - Rob-•réni Haopn and ^»tton; Conlay’a LuWiack Tallonna Co,j W. i. <Nrràl<.  ,, Thf W#*|arnara nuad tht blan« ••!«* « th# Hit«* 4l«hi; Haw ab«ut yaur blanl^*«? •ffiMf «r mati yaur ehaek ta Iha •tintala Mf* •» «»•  Pult# IM It n»^f  delejmteH to tho contention of the l»>‘e»ieni prl«.«. of eotton iUid picking Anitrlcnn F«'deriilion nf l«vbi»r, who |»nd Kinnit^K no jnofit ean l.t? j;:iined Went tk nroeord as pl**dKlf>S them- in tídíi year"« crop  .^elv'i's to »pojKHctr The jtro.ieet vi>î~ oi'ouhI^' we did the «ight hour ány."  An iduealional eanuiuit'n îo prewent ìli** benefits of the five^diiy vvefeit; ta tin public w.'ifi liainchijd loUowin^ tho .idopfion of the iesolution imbiHlyiiii; the niov«'.  CHANCE TO STANDARD OFUí-U  ON YELLOW HOUSE WELL  l'our trork lortdn of dri'Hngr machin-et y pit«.«<>d throUKh Lubbocîi i>iirlv .‘^îitiirdiiy »•(»rinjte tn (h(> ToUowhoui''' N'o. l in l-«tnb t’ounty. where uwtu'r« <h/tnKinK froui {otary t« Htiindard etjuii.»ment. Tlie tent lu now 1.72< fet t di*ep îuvl iieolofïh'îiil forinatlont^, so fur, iiîivif boen Kiitlsfac’toi'y.  Ten*fnch euslnii hi»i« been HOt In eoti-erett', nneo «tandard oqltiiimpnt l>» in opcrution H 1« tliougrbt thon* wijl l'e no furthcr dêlnj'in.  MULESHOe STARTS GINNING  .MÜLIIHHOM. Oct, 3—Th0 Miilleshoí» ifln opanrct- ví^orJí ber® thîw’ w^ek; thr flrHt bttle wblfh wa« brounrht hero durUiK the («ir by C. II. Brown, of Bul», wa« aoUl to the bualne«» m«»t for S« owit* vrr pouimI. Thtf« will bt> inorik cotton proiucod htvt thI« «««»011 th«« ovei' b«fur«.  Inuuoriiittely afler Ihe niecdim. a petition v'in.s pinct'd OSI (h(> sirect.s of i.uhb<tck by the f.umer-s and in le.-s>* than iin lioui’ over wivty n'^ten bad KlKne'd thft i».'<pe«,  Kf4*t    -no stuteinent enuld bo  »»btnihod frotn the »jhjner.s «>f thiK section but Ii« Hkelj' (fuJt itcílfííi win bo taken he tho l’lain.s Cinners a-s.soeia-)tlon tui the matt(»>■ soon.  .sinilhir niceiin>;H «»f fttnnern wore hidil itli iivor the eoimty the pmd wopk {•'rbbiy nlprhi at New H«i>p, nnd irtW. j nlRtit at Jlope.«i, a binre niimhr-r of fttrtnevK KHthofed and »nude pleí\» lower prit'oK on piekini.: nnd frlnnin'j:.  The pftJlirin passrtl here ye.Htordny nftenioon:  "'At n confrreneo df tho farmerm of Lubbock ouiinty in the county ¡iRonfií offlcr yc«t(ir«luy afternoon It w«*« nKreed that beeau«e of th« dooHn« in eotton pHt'p.s thnt tho prit’o of picking hhouhl be K'tiuced to 75 ctntM per hùlì-dred w)ten bou»-d 1« fiiynluhed «nfl $t when îiot'furnlHhod, m1»o that In jujatlefi to f<irm«rN Klnninjr .»hnuUt be re* tlurod to «flfäxt SO cents per han-tlrrd.  "\V> th# undei'.slKrni’d Msreo ümt th« ubovc; ÍH corretti; tl. R. Ovcrulwet, O. O.    |3, pavii»« J, B, .McCI«rí>  P. W rianliint«. W. A. 8toke», H. K. iiOd«^« W. CaWrtU, M. tí. Bail,  \V. K, iTuíU. ,1. F. (íoodr.lKht, lí. .M l’'o«ler, ti, II. Hunt, l'a! Xl.N. W. J... Allniiui. It, A. Heaüi. .t, 1. l,a\vson. V. H. Mcí'leil.m, <;. I;', tíehnan. II, T iVrry, .Mvin B. .Vllen, A, .\i, l’rmen, J. \V. UoundK. il. T. Atkln.-', W. C. Ç'iUfn, fS. T. Sumnter, Vídd S( hroeder. J. H. 1 lel'finsion, li, H. (írcen,'È. LovelíHc, ,j, H. líenrd, roiffint>t bfoth-er.s.r, .VI. Kotf. S. J. Thonia.H, Jf. M. ¡l’neyear, K. 1' S<'hwai'tx, K. D. Jnck-lí<on. H. L. IMorce, A. f., Recdy, !•', ,T.  th(> < anliaal.s soine -iMid. With the fí!';'.nii sí.tiiit ( .„)1 einiti^rh lo be íe«-I íouoed uith lci<-!t';r. the t.'ard« fes-j lotme! the ■üirri.nindie.j.; stretehw u-Jth : ba.se    They cUnehed !he Kaine in  ! the ('ils- iiiniiiK, .sinashint: in titrée r\ic.-- off .Shawkey b*'f..re the red îkiiiiie!e>i aroi of n^e ^'.utkee veterun hail tio.e !o ;;et warnt. Kxeepj for few iuterval.*! thercafler, tlie Cardinal .-loiitittii kept up a steady b.,m-biiMliiieiii. colaina I., ¡I cliniiix in the MO^eiith when .'^hawkey was hhcdled fi'ora iho hill and his HUccesHor Hhock<r, likeui.se shaitered when fiuir niii.s cl.tücred over liie plate,  Lester lioll, .St•íl^vart Ihird-ba.se-inaii. was ihe Iuk i.:un in the bartulee laid down b,\ (he I'ardinals attack ilis ,siii"Ie in the fir«t in-liiiiK brought o\er ivio run.s, In-clinlinti u'hat proveti to be ilie winning tally, Avhile in the «ei'enth he %vallu.\ed a terrific home run into the left field .statul.s that scorfed liotuunley ahead of him. Hell had one other hit, n. doulde In the sixth biJt his two h¡íí blow.s were suf-ficdent to enable him to tie the Avtirld’H .series record for driving' in runs. Jîy hrtnt;;inK four acroHS Rlto-Kether he equalled the sJn«lc fíame mark fir«! set by inier Smith in !íí-í> when he hit a home run wfth I>ase.M full a^aln.st íírooklyn and tied IUO>e liulh liiKt Wednesday, when the Yanke^^s «tar la.nhed titix'«? hoHie runs one of the^in wllh a mate on base.  MA WONT RESIGN  Tex.'is    icp i;  fron'; AVCTllf (,¿ to ,sil'ei-t JÜSI east m‘ Tit,. p|.,:;s <■ (i!  I trch i'l !■ i. "" .! I j .1 p-'e .1 I t bed ’ y 11,  ! ei! Î 1 t lie I 'Dnii I ;  lays and! DAUGHERTY JURY HUNG  .Mr. .s'lnilh j    ____  I Can’t Anreo on Verdict in Alien  i and on I'dh ' lie en i cif th.e I lile^; • .\vt litre IWo 1 o.it -b.tlf  Agree on Verdict Property Case  i I I!  i) f ejttu.  il.olt.'' p'e,  .1 Ita Oli; I s -  ¡II .  • :t'eci  ■ oxiner... I'm the ;ilf  c \ 'I. cssetl prcfererici  a a¡.  Th" rucvinp; ot\ a natural founda'.ien will co,s! apjiro.Nituatcly ?»!'.* ‘M> fo;-  fifty fool frontaKc, \\i-,ile tiie t:,e brick pnvin.ur or ,i four inch cnru ¡a te !,-,-Uie will cost m.'TT Oil a .iifferetico < I i.in the flU.v feet, ra.\'inenis -'k-tcnd (iver ;.i period ef five _\ears one-tîi.vth cash, and the other p.-tyable in fivi? wiual insta nnieiU.s annually or Ç3Ü.ÜT annually i>er fifty feet tot  My A> iork.U-a iTr^s Ni'.VV Tnr.K, Oct ítííP'.—The jury in "''■¡lite I)au:ihen,\'-.Miller coníípiracy cas« “''jiate toni.cl'.t report iiiiibility to aRxee pitil \vn^í 'ir ilercd to return to the jury rnoiti for flirtili r dclii>erations. At th« tune ,if thei'- report, the ease had been it! tiieir hands for more than tw ent>'-fi\ e hout .s.  ■M .1  KILLED AT GONZALES  Aged Man Surrenders When JaMio McElroy Is Shot  f!y l.’nited T’rt.uss.  ■ (:n.\/.,\ I ,KS, 'l’e\as, Oct, 9—Je.s«0 F. luitural base and Sfi'i annuall.v per |.Mcl''!ro\ was .slitit att'1 killed nt 10 a. fift,\ feet foi the pavenu'ttt on cuncret ■ •'u . o itthe sireet.< licro Satui’dny. Itti-btise,    j niediateh’ following the .sliootlUK T. ii.  ------------------; >■ t<>phenso!i MUi i'endered to the Piierlff.  i \ double-barrel shot U»«» lOildcd with  PLAGUE i'.ACES CIl V jbio-k sin.; wa>i used,  --------i Steph('n''iin is 7.a years of iiRe. Tha  Famine and Pcoiilence Threaten i.ausc ,.f ¡he ira;;f;dy is unknown.  Flooded Beardstown  DROWNING STILL LOVES HER  iStryker. Ö. H, fíií.sjínni.’  LUCKY LITTLE ANTSî  WÎII Pour Tequila And Other Baojta On *Em  liKOWW,SVILI,K, Tex.. Oct. !». i(A>)) —r.ew n.se for thè ll<iuor capturert fmm border rum runners ha.s be«*n dlP* oovered *bv Sheriii’ ,\orhols, of trum-i»ron eounty, I.h uhIuk H to orad* leate thp i/ats froni tht^ coui't house Ik'vv'n,    •  ThB Liiwipaign HSainiJt tho ant« «tiurferì Saturdfiy. nnd sseore« of bot-tlefì' of whiMky, <‘0>iniie. te<]Ulhi f.nd WJiSiC’ìH. >vere ))ourfd into thè «htrancen of ah»«’ nwt«. Ah soon n» thè «ntH «ime In oontaot wlth tho high volt-liquor thi^y tuHed \i||i jind dicd, isit»d othevo wvtkviiomo by tho fumrf  Governor Will Pay No Attantìón to Houle Re^uatt  !!>' 1,'nllcd l’re«s  AUSTIN. Texatj. Oct. n—Oovernor .Mb'Iam .\. PerKUiton. of Toxa«, will hold her office until tho eyplrntlon of the (erni for whieh «h« wn/i ejected, hor official mouih pleeo, licprewenta-11 ve ■ Reti ben Loftiu of Henrietta, an-uouneod today.  Loftin denied it'ports that the governor eontemplutoi¡\ t-eHlgninK ln ac-cordnnfft with her election wiiger. after he víítittHl hor office.  Tiie first woman Kovernor whb atsk-ed to carry out the wojrPr in A restolti-tion which pa««Hed the houRC but .w^ïn killed In the is^noto of the McpcinI sos« Sion tt'hjtih iidiourned yesterday.  WfeAtHlll  M'mr TEXAS; Sunday und Mtiíi-  ,“deád , drunk'* or killed.; <iay ï>«rt cloudy to dötidlyi Tb«‘BhèiSlf pronounced th® expert'\ Lubbock tcmti^Atui^t  Isd: r  S(>; mmimuin «3. lUtttfali iM  i!K.\nD.<r(nv.\. ni„ oi't, !t_Ti>c j    -------  jío.s.;ih!H!y of fi)i)d shortaKc and l>eNril- t ii;v l'níted l'rcs.s  enC" laceii citií’ens i.f I!ea'’dstuwn to- ¡ .\ K WAftltK, Oet. !l—Kdwafd P. day as tlu-y fled thi> íew hiKb spots 11 irownin;,;. thc wesiHhy “('InderUta in the City to escape the rising' floo<l Imán", ib-.serted by Itis youHíí brido and wntcrs of the Illinois rlver.    j feelmiu the .stinjx of whiHptered in-  Thc eiiy Ss ronipletely surruiniib'd j miendoi's .ahout bis tnaiTied Ufe wlth by wyter. I’.s< ai'e for a large portion j lic-r, proclaitncd tu Ihe pUbllf.! todaV of the püpukitiun l.s virtually imjtos- ibat he still lovcr- the formor Pcache»  sible.  vif'onan, at\d wants Iwr Viack,.  TWO NEW JUS1KE OF PEACE PRECDKIS AND FOUR MORE VOTING BOXESm THIS com SAY COMttSSMNtiB  •, The fixhiiir of bonndary lineK for all votiiiK precini’ts in LuhbOijk couidy under ihe new arranKemetit neces.sltated by the rnptdly ncowinK populatlon. thè creatloii of foni* new boxes iji thè eounty, and ihe crention of t%vo nrw Justire oC thè reuee preoincts, were Kunounced Saturdtiy at the office of l.’ounty Judfre C’Iui.m. Xordyke. fullow-'Jnp a meetlni? of the Coiiniy t,"oinnii«-«lonev» t^ourt Krlday.  The four new boxe», <\vo of whlch »re In thc city of Lubboek. wlll bo UHtnl by voterà at the cnmini? generai election on thè ttoeond T«e«du.v in Ko-vemher, and the Judfw urged thar «11 votei'H familtftvlxe th<^mitelve« with thè ntiw precli^cts so that ctìnfusfon W»y be «volded,  The two new boxe« In. Lubbock »re: A’o. '-'7, whieh wlU be Itwatod at ^a fiorner'of l»ih Street eind Coll#*« Ave* nwe. All resldept« off tha city »nd oat-lyln« djatrlcta w«»t of AVèltik« Q »nd  mmp*0i ìib«^  «n<^ Malti ^ill vota tit ihl«    fn<^'  thè 8outl>w*il Wftrd ' oow«  muniti'.  No. 2S, which will be located at th*  HI ore .if Toney <.J, Dyei*ll'on 4th tít,,  comprlslnc al! roKldent« wi^at of AVÉ* nue Q and north nf tho dMdinjir «11«^'.'  X<i. which win be‘|oeatéd -ait Union Selioolhou.'íC, and Xa. SO«'at Ab- ’ ernaihy,    ' ^  Itioundary lines of sevet*«! ©ÇhMM' en In tho county hafif Wiltin''’ to conform to th« ali territory in A Ktitt«d bflÉTii* wholly wHhirt a cortatn' ^ ,  Fetice    '  All eletetlon HuppU«« f« elactton are now litM’ county    »nd  ln plrinty of  mép im v^ÍÍ  botonâttry p(  rM   

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