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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - October 24, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 il#  A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS *  TWO BIG PAPfiftS ; ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING  VOL. 4, NO. :J51  THIRTY SIX PAGES LUBBOCK, LUBBOOIv COUNTY, TEXA*v 8üKl)AV, OCTOBEK 24, 192« WILL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED}  PLAY HAVOC IN TEXA  WHEN  FATAL TEMBLOR IN SHADOW OF MOUNT WHERE ARK LANDED  HALF OF TOWN AT FOOT OF ARARAT IS DESTROYED  Thousands Are Hurt  MANY SAvib BY TAKING REFUGE IN RELIEF BUILDING  T, K NIN A K A N, Armento. (M -:&>V— A terril»)«- earUxiOiike whi< h *h.«>S< the who!«» of the Armenian K'-fot-M'- Iri-day nitfht. kfllwl or buried ;.|¡».* uo-r-fImr* 30«    in an«! -’i rotimi Len-  inak.ir<, formerly AI<*Y»indn<}««l H ili of th<i (own wit * <tf to r¡iv.-,l ,!»>•) hardly h bu I Ming escarwd danmeo,  Th>' tnjt*r»*d mi»» ît*:iHv<-i! to rut» ln*o thfr ihtvtjgand*, ahhotjjih tn rnn«t <•*•«■ » ’*>•> ir.Juthtt Mftre* cou.purwtivoJy «Mghf T)»a confusion 5» mi terror mmm th»> $<opul;«ç« «ere heighten«»^' by <rm*-«-ou* r«‘lK»rt# <h,:if Mount Arar.i!, n* t-*t>l«-.»l rtnown, »»s *ru'ptfng.  Many E»*»pf>; ■ -The tient h |fl> nnd*«i»bl«*dly would  ItHV»* l*«“n fiip lít’rüfrí* !»,-»({ Itflî tt>«-)<riti<-iv>ni -«hocli *    r?r<?i »'‘li-*! hv !■*--  ■-«•i îr'-rni'rx. which drove fî»»- r«*tdeo?»« loto *bt ¡‘tree»*. lu îhW w ft' they *••<-p.<- wor*» offe*!». >>f the l.-«te. i-h«n-fc*. M*ilrh iirnrlr.ucd üi irtii-T <• ;<!-unti. midrcîüht Tbnt « «t 111 î: r<vi trr irti««!}' 1rs* nvrU'ii vrr»« ilUc Ut jfw» wotb.Uty of f ?»<• >'!()    buildinu luti&fnic Rlw>u: 9,-  ’•"0 A i mi nl.i n >a pilan*    the e;w*.  «•»f il»«' ^«r Kurt lïetl«f, who (u. Cfthw wfth off fri* I« <«f tî*»* >‘#ar K it wtv    ,-ii to (.„it-. »•-» •  ejjprd «îihut’  Warrants Approved For Tech By Gov. M. À.Fergusón  TZSKY OUSTED BY COMMUNISTS  <?>  NEXT LEGISLATURE WILL BE ASKED FOR OTHER NEEDED FUNDS  THIRD  (NT ER NATIONAL >F PO KAMENEFF LOSES  PUTS  Tpoli Cot lege, Texas' baby institution, now in it» second year. has been  leadfb miT nr POWFR l*ovidod fur until the next rcmtlnr LEAOER OUT OF POWER <  H e.s*ion of (hj. Htat<> Lcpislutui-*- whin  j adilhionfil aj>pr«{»riations will be ask-  .    » rfl, by approval tht> »vast week of rte-  Mo,sci >\y. Humiu. fx-t. ‘J3. o~~I^»oîi    j ftcifwv warrant» by (?<»viM-r»or Miriam  Tf<*t»ky .mil l,*un K'ain<*n»*if w<*r.*    \ a l*<rcnsfm, nffl^ials <.f th»‘ Instlfu-'.nivit<>4 tixbiy from tbo «11 - t»-nvi-rftjl j tton mid her«- Swtiirdcv follow ins  p«>i It Ira I bum»«» of tbo eomtnuniMt    ( th<-if retwrn frmii Austin rliw tlury  (Mtrty. <¡¡-Rory Zinovi<*ff wax rxpf>!io«l    ! in coiif*r»*mu- with the stuto'r,  COUNTY DADS ARE CRITICIZED  WOMEN RESENT ACTION OF THE COURT STOPPING HOME DEMONSTRATION  STATE DEPARTMENT TO RESUME MONDAY  ONLY $1,485 OF $25,000 APPROPRIATION HAS BEEN USED  rn Uh- third «'tnuiivvmti*t im>-rnat lo» - i t;hU-f  WANT TO HEAR ROGERS?.  Sate of Ticket» to Hear Prince o# En -tertaincrt I« Progressing Rapidly  í  \V(Ui ¡»ntv n wiscirt tlin»> uiitii Will I‘.**K»srs and tin;» Dr ítfH¿k(.'K wlli be i.crf NdVfrnbcr 4. s!m>    jmlf* for !  tin* «nt**rtMinin*nt wbifh th*- ^v.n* i.tm Ju - Jourmii Ik >poiiM*rlr»if Is uro -;:r»-ssinií r;<i»l.liy At ! h c in~t cou fit ii»“* ftlBl't a lar^ ».»art of th«* ticket» > iï.*«l Iwn fodi.i    who want tickci.  ;   un- u^fcd i», o-! tiH-rn ut on«-»-.    i  , viilo f.ir L»‘í¡rÍHÍ ' '  fuiihf-  riiUijs r thf !;t u-not yi*t  ARRESTED^OR ROBBEfcY  fSi«an> C*w«ht Hnt «t Gtr«»j* Gfound» if» |»#w    or» Two  Cbarff*t It Ik i«>d  VVHJ.to.mA, .Allibi* li'-l**"! * Tjiÿio» .. N«w Orì»anM    »Id i*> !»■ w.-intvd  i« N>w tiriwtw *<« • rn.%t & >4 noy mbbñrj,' hud fttti'Mtpt^it Ahwiwit on ■i (>1 y-.-n r «M •.« bif ir<!Oirt»i.    »* •>  fifrtrd by difuti« ('"«»»'d »ii«t WSIUrtjn-**m a«d d* t**ftivn    on th#* i.-jv  i u* aroiim!*« Iw**’ «{ <* l«t*» boar Friday ttiahi. and w»** »wat to Nw <**• ’« l * lay owifitiBS its < «»Jnpur.v with i    v«» IJiitim.  htr uifNlvtuncc, f-very urtrptu nwil of  ;  !ht* irjHiitutlon bus Iu-i-d provided-, find j «itiiougî» much erit,k*i«m has bo«» ¡ t/uidc of th«> aditiinistrotioít in (inorili, ¡ «o ectwuri- I?; in #t«r«> for hef actions ; t owarM *tbf> cotí cue, ttn «»f ficta I' of thd | Institution hi.id Shi.urday. Tho w«r*  f  r:intH «de -tyni'd »»¡triv tin» ni*i-k. | *'t!t such «-ii* ¡¡«»i ni:iu>* puhH«- nntil i  i .î" T i .  ä  «    Hr* in .1 ¡-.    ’  V;-t, i.ii iij TH* A i    Jwurtt-d*  TA»M»KA. T<*s,, r.wt, tt Mi an.»    !    Stat« Be«rd Pleased  .Mr*3 I i' Mrtwli r«*« , »*ntly «;«dct»¡-aeiKl    î    ni tiiv State I toa id <«f ,  tb» |r S4tte «'Widinf anBlv#rs«i»ry»    ¡ t-’«i»vroi. who wwc w.mtly mnkint |  I'r-c^’ic li ^ t»« li« i>< Mtpr knmvn «n « »ui - v« l j of the ripedtt of ihr  ’b«» î^-tdi/'ii i'j.iins, h.»>. !n*<>n  t lu' nwitvity wtuire of tin* Plains* moï  S('Vi'ti*iy critlîrlniî the action of The commisaluHcr'« court in nbolishiniL; tin* jffio* of the holm» dcni'*nstration a«<w. the <*oun<’iI of the ltonx? demonstration I’lnhx (if th«» count.'" no*t in the office* xccutivi-    ¡of the county agent " y«»Hterday after -  i. v * .    ! noon for their tosuinr mcotlnp for  Warrant» Total $90,000    j  th(ti tr . rm _  Th(? women rtf th( , county  Tht> d*?fich-ncy warrant«, tn the j t-vcn in thp tin-orfianizf'd comnmnitics ntoum nf  s ^",iMiii houf'vor, will pro- i hav*> shown dlspieasutv at the ne*  :hc ('o!)< r;>‘ only until tho | tton of tin* cutirr and have written let* rillet» ir, .lanutiry wln*n | tor.« to th*- rouncil' s.skhip that action hr u.-ikr-d Just, how j i Jft  mketi.  ; i-j»Ion win be asked of | Tin- home <l''nioii:~>.riition« work hh makitic Híidv, lunvcvcf. has j j*ointcd out hy the women y<*«ti*t*da,V been diMclostnl by officbdH, jig m»i. a mere noi-.iai work, but is one wh« Huld that tiny have faith in th« that help* ’ill th»?- firourcsH  t .f tit»' to the *‘*teut that tht*y i county and aldw In making wimmtin-w in be «iliiplv provided for,    j Hies. Following, tho’ di-scuBnion of the  In connecion with rhe recent drfi- ‘ abollRhmcnt. of the demonniration rtewy npproMd by tìovcrnor Ferirti, j n^nf« offio**. the women laid pl«nH; 000 a p,„. opria{e( ,  pnl< ,  a „  rX))1 , nN ,, s n , son. it wa.H f.\|)lain< d that throtmh < f»r activo work throughout the r<-- j urtretu  May Last for Week  PLENTY OF MONEY LEFT TO CONTINUE PROLIFIC INQUIRY  (By the Assooia-tod Press) Al\STIX Del, ;r,.--v\’ith a larx'f 1  number of witnesses summoned, the investigation of 8t;itp dcimrtnients. authorized by iious« re.Holiit i*>n adoiHMi at tho ciot<e of the recent sptsciM .«ea-sion, will be ref»ume<l Monday by the houxo. committee of nine. Cost of the investigation to date nidicntcn that fundn will be available for  ,- <>ntiini-Incr the pro bo for many works if n<-c -esKary.  Jief.rescntativo John \Vnlhft-e of | Free«tont‘ county, Keerctarv of tin* in- j vastiiratinff «ommlttfe. said thnt $t,-4SG iiad been expended out of the $i5.- I  niaittiicr of the year.  e;tr¡  HIS WEDDINGS HOLD  Marrying Ju»lic* of Tahoka Celebrate* Own 54th Wedding Anniversary  HELD FOR SHOOTING  Dallas Woman Charged With At-tefoptirtfl to Kill Her Husband With a Piatoi  DAM-AS. <>t. 23. <m--A citarse of asswuH to murder was ftle<l today gainKt IIi’K l.oiiiv«* Ilassan. Sh«* was .Tliem**! to have »hot her hUMb.-tnd Ahmed 11    v. it|% a ptntol Friday  f fhe nc«Kl» of thfv    j nlitht in u room at a hot.*! here. The  i’j;p» - c>!j*”d mu. h pmtlflcAtioi* at thé i  aiJ «*« ei l    'tooR pktce I« the »titme ] ^  w*« k bt'itt>; d>>»o. not! said that rccom- •     M 'ber** tite, couple was married  pt aaii»rir:s of court reporter?«, j    first Teatlmony  I Th*' first \vofk*x t«*stimony centm - -¡<d on the hishway coniiniMtdoti and ¡ prison «vNiorn. with tho .‘»tate board ■ of control ¡liso «-omlnt; in for mention. ! Scope uf the inquiry is reearded as j certain to he hrorulened until tlte eom-' mitt**e- 1>mw ittudiod the opera-Uòn of : everv department, a« used hy the re«-j olution. Tho name of Jam*«« K, Fer-! 5ctisoa. f«»rn>er jîovenior. IniHband ?<nd j advisor of tlovernor Miriam A. Ker-I iiuson this week whs mentioned more tin»*«« than timt of any other individ-  . h«* wv» .-n ieieJoatiee hi#» a«n1v*rjtai-y î m*ndotl«>nv ih Iffÿ.plfi«' wltjj thlH pfog? j i*m jüii oí hi«, iii.trrlugé# aro »oitt« to i te*** will tus iti»<!e by them, riitliousii j *H»to Mit »iw-- .*«•• he ami Iti»» wife « havo j Ut#)*, would not commit themselves dont*' •>    i beyond the Maternent that  two w*Mf*k* aito, in a h*e»r>itrtl.  Mlw^l^in jali. He 1?  The  HAINES TO SPEAK HERE  Republican Candidiate 1-qr Governor in Lubbock Friday on Tour of Pan Ha odi*  they be- I LAMB COUNTY COTTON IS  ik v.*d S2,(iW.»«n would be rotjuirod ! BEING GATHEREO RAPIDLY  to keep Up tho puce «r>d meet the j    —------  ntH-di*. Th^y would not howevw, i (S|»*r«.il Tt> TIm*. Avaljinchr-JiatirttaU wUut :h«)r r^cornmenditttoft« to tiic* i MTTI.KI-’IKI.I», Oct J,1—With a lA*«i«lHtttr^ will bit.    week'« Munwhlno cotton pickliiK 1« pi-<*.  j It Ut the dr finn of official« of th« I  , '<>bejKo to at W«»t complote another ; 11 11 Haim-st. repul.lUan candidili*» ¡    or tho adm in istrutto» bnUdm¡í  Í for • ;«vei nt.r of T.*x:»»* xtili «peak in i fron» approjw iati on k of th« next bien-j I.yhlK^k iit the district court rt*»ni |    «nd they have many i>(It  m*st h’rtda%• ntipht.    r ?:» ucoord • ! •bini:»« in mintl Uiftt tin* believed  CHILD KIDNAPED  Authorities Watch Berder and Woman Wh# Toek can Child Away  Srvfi to Pvi«ttm«ffler .lohn (», Vaughan, *H«-• -*«y¡* that Mr. Hotneis. in the *’<Mis?5S#.«i a tour of the «tate in the .fntcwvt# of bi« candWto y. will u!*o j I speak: iit Amarillo, Littîeficld and j for Men j Pleifiviev.. ; Mt*e ).    —...................... -—.  i MRS. J. S. WEATHERFORD  (     OF TAHOKA 18 DEAD  NAN .\NTu\lu, T*>s . •», I .‘3    - —  Authoritle* «mirtini ibi* Meiicto *•>!*«•»: «•! f* Th« A v «lanr.lK • Journa 11 border eoMth of    Antonin Satur-{ TAHDKA, Tex., i»ct. ¿9.—Mr«. J. S.  <l»*y In»»»» wtfort t « » appr* hortd nevrral ;'N *-»4be»loi d. olir nf J. s. \Vi*:ith>'i • men s«nd a w*>«ti>n wh*> fc»dru¡.pped tcn¡í**»d. «‘ounty urhu-^ov. died at h«r vf 4 ir «>t»| Pedro l^.pe* PnrtiU'» Sj»lut • f horuf h^r** i«i*,t; rnidni^ha. s'bt* 1« nur* *lav. The , w ho*e lath.'t w.*»«» it* - ! \îv<«1 by h**r buxhund, «od on/- Uuush-retnly ktlb d In «n iilleijod liquor > te’-, Mr.*. In.;/. WilÜHinM. of Wtlsojv. f< ud, wft* tft ha\i« Jjeen ;m important ' Tbc W>«tiierford',s c;*nic ti> Tahoku. iKion* the sr.ipd Jmi> next ftonv U.iil. 1‘omIi-h eottnt), Te.\an  wfck and indice and cuueny offi< tai**    ------------------~  >*dleve thttt th« kldnvptilnf* w-'POSTOFFICE EQUIPMENT  but just h<tw much of accomplished remains a  thiw  ii«  rl»-»i out tuoni.  prevent lit? kIvìjjjì Unti  ARRIVING IN LUBBOCK  —-------» f'niit'n for clt> sipaiatidHH in the  TO EXHUME MILLS* BODY j li!jbln»i‘k poMtuffi. e arrived Friday,  I PoHtuuvwter J. 1*. Vaughan said last yu.MI>H'’ILil.K, S J. t>ct. '¿3t/T)—'nlRht, but piineiUn«, t<hipp<*<i fiom ln-T)»r tiodv oi Mr«, Klran.tr |i, Mill«*, j diariMkjKdiH on t »«, t«.d*er j", )>«.“ tint vet one of tho t wo vleittn# trv the Hull- j nrrivfui¿ «» inwtalUitlon of the new MHlw killlnKK i*< to he exhumed at i ci|Ulpiot<nt will probably in,' <l«*luy-New Urun»M lek. Monilaj iin.riiiuR. t-d until tjhe middle «>f thi« week.  »«wtlal.  Will tí,’  J>ce¡),  ÄliroHm.nt in the Institution thl* yenr I« ai»|'ro\lniately fio per c*nt "tore titan last, and every available > pa»'** ta lM»ing Uevd in eUi«ö r.>i>n> V» Offe,  HUIRLE ENTERS CASTRO COUNTY  OIL COMPANY BUYS LEASES AROUND DIMM1TT, %orth OF LITTLEFIELD  tfreioon« ¡ rtpidiy. The f.irmers here ar¡. picking from ■, half to two^third* of n bah* t>er aere, with n bale per ocre in tnatiy inwuitHit*!«. The lo w ¡n iees y j have di H. ou raísed the furnier,*, very „ j n>uch. even though they hav,' tre-  menoitUM  ton.  ■ opH of both feed and eot -  BLAST  SAILOR  f New    8NIMH Victim of Ex  plosion on B««rd Cruiser Trenton Off Guantanemo  V\'A»IlIN'tiT<*\, t)ct. t/I Y > -Kldon W. t'uph. Hcantun fir»t cI«.«h of Cam- j j den. 'N* J-, wax tho mun killed In uni  •    exido«ion on board the cruiser Tron- j ton. off Ciuantancmo buy. the navy} dep:iv{ilii*l>t wart informed today. I  The department'« musi<n*ic said the i aocidont. occuri*d Friday when a prim*   1  <*r e.vplmlcd dnrinp t«f«et iiractice.  •    Th«' Caribbean ,.hurrioam- dH-tyed ■ rranmlMidon «.if th«» riewM.  BRITISH SHIP SINKS  Th** Humt‘)»> oil (.'ompatiy.iijne ot j the lariat operator» tn the Huuth- I  Wftst apthwmntly. in determined that I    ______  tho plait»« will be Kiven a tliorou«!» ;    on /».*♦ as aa'J. ts    a  ■*— *1 .or «u........ Satuidiiy     0 " 1 » “  lh*> announcement here that 1-a.se j     H " V *    S« o  propftity «f thi« c.ompanv haw now j    * ^  b^.n extendi to C'.*Htro eounty, the]  JjONDON ,  Uo(  .3. (^-Tlte ttdmlr-  altj- u»n»ounc«d vivat H. M, U, Valor-  ■ nd witif'ss i Kat ion, J. 1». t\ hide?*, j tifuitor. ti'Nt.fil'd tha 1 KorjiUMon,, jeh.iinn«n <>f the hiirhway commission, offered hint five county h isrh way main-tcnanee contract* for payment of |7, 500 in five and ten dollar bill«, about lo per rent of th“ prupostHi Contract«.  They Wore Named  Ktipene Smith, former*j>*u*retnry and now chairtn.tn of th*> ViitihWHv I'ummw* «ion; Mr*. Ouidu Ki>rt;iiHon, dati.srlitcr of thf* Jiovernor: Jo.’ f*'urst, advertise infi aMeiit for the l*'ercuson Vortmt; I’rank O’KourUe, Heeret;.*ry of tho prison commisidoh and <’oi. H. (Jran-borry. prison eonimirisioii.'i*. were anions others eotnins in for i^et'i'ls-tent mention.  Many witnesses beMides Winder  Ifttitificd to the mnniiei' of obtaining cwnfreatH from the state,    j  HAVANA LICKS WOUNDS j  Turns to Asistance of Thousands Left | HomelMa by Hurricane;    |  10,000 Are Injured  ■ HAVANA, tuba, Oct. a.'Jtji'i—Th people <>f Havana have now had tin»' to acuuire some d**finite idea of th' vnKt deMtruci.itin to lltp \\Tou},'i>t by th isreat Woflnewlny hist. All effort* arc beins turned to Muefor the Injured and shelter tin' homeloiss. The dead thfouiih-out the Island are believer! to number not Ion« than Sort, with approximately 10,000 persojta injured,  I TWENTY DERHQS DOWN AT WOKISiUl RICHMOND IS HIT  EVERY HOUSE IN SOUTH TEXAS TOWN IS DAMAGED  Huge Chunks of Ice  HAILSTONES SIZE OF FISt ACCOMPANY THE GALE  j    fl>y The Anocintcd PrcsfO  J WORTHAM, Texas. Oct. 20—  ;  .Much damage was done he»'« 8atur-  *    day morning when « wind Htorm ad* | companied by rain, hail and llghtnltur i .struck the city and nearby oil field.  : More than 20 oil well derrick« tve.r*  •    blown down and «ever«! others wet*' .struck by lightning, one of which wan burned.  Shacks were demolished and windows in many homes were broken by the hail which varied In size, som*  ; of the .stones lioins a« larse «» hen'«  : ofti,', 1 -:. Considerable damage was done •' to tin* Freestone Motor CompAfly : building, which w.-ty struck by 11511!.' i nim;.  !    RICHMOND IS HIT  if ,t.h“ it; venti-  P.eliovllle con-, Lieut-Com. H T- n»*rilett, T' who t« to contntand the navy ¡ «‘omiitR. ¿,áo»»-mile flijiht. from deipliiit, to fottitt. V. Z.  RICH AND POOR AT DEBS’ FUNERAL  j RICHMOND, Texan. Oct.  ! Hail stones the «1»? of a man's, flat j bombarded Richmond for thrtso-quarterx of an hour Saturday aftec-J noon and when the stoniv had ! sided there was «aid to be not a build-,  ! Ini.' of residence in ih<* city which was I not damased. The court house Ava* all \ but Wrecked.  j The hail homhurdmcnt «as nccom-i panted by wind of eyelonie jiropor-} tiosij«. uprooting trees and demoJiHhiftir ¡fences, barn« and outhouse«. A. hue-* "J ricu check following the Mtorm fulled I to difscioHe ¡¡iiy owiHalU«»,: thollfrh »<sv-J fra! p#*r»ona were slightly injured by j t he hail.  The htorm struck .suddenly at 3:30 j p, nt. Old resident* declared it the | worst storm they, had ever known.  > Warning oi the impending blow «»an t given by a lingo black cloud in Ute i northeast.  i . ...  [ HEMORHAGE KILLED GREB  i ATLANTIC CITY. N. .1. Oct. 23,m | -liarry Oreb. former middle weight 1 boxing champion of the world, whove ¡sudden tleath here yesterday evening j followed a minor operation on hits nose, died from a cerebral hemorrhage  •HUMAN BROTHERHOOD, DREAM I OF HIS LIFE. REALIZED !    IN DEATH  I    t.By the A^oci.vtt'd Press)  I Timni; HAUTE, Ind.. Oct. —Tho human 'brotherhood that Kitftono \'.  [)i»bs gave his lift* to bring about wag «according to Dr. (... l,err*jtida Weinberg  i iu, whose ptivatt* wanltHriuin he passed  h s in deatVi Co,lay.    1  f away.  To the bier of the famous» socialist 1______  in hi»» comtortabU* Terr« Htiut.c hum«* ; MAN KILLED AT BRYAN there came mourner.s from every sot - 1 TO BE BURIED AT SAN ANG6L.Q .  ial stratum. .».Jutside the flowor-em- (    • —--; ; /  1 bowercd parlor where lay the body. J SAN ANOELf», Tex., Oct. 23, +A,) they left their worldly mantles of po- J Santa I*V special train, beariug the litical faith, isocial l ottvictions and re- i, <K ly of Jack M. Oorrton, tiryan bUfir UgiouK beliefs to do obi iMuice to a ■. nos.*» man. killed Frtduy night In * ¡inti property I beloved friend. ( cru»h bvnween his* car and an inter-h»i)"h*um* of ' Capitalists, against wiiom Debs ua«»d j urban at liryan. is due here at six * ‘    i ......... morning:. Tho funeral  TFT  Nazarenes Will Preach in Churches of Lubbock Today, Contention Closed; Wichita Falls Scene of 1927 Meeting  the diîdrict I S. ÄI.  WJebHa Kalls» na* MoJerteil ;ih the ! the <t'»vat young people'« rally of »»«3tt »noting plfttH' of the t hurclt of ¡ (U^trict, prexided ■ over by <1 Is* tb<! N*Ar*n* yvMWttoy In the doaing!    .    ,, „  fuXim». ».-»»¡OK» off!)» W^t T.*«. i™'’*  tVeJlluslofi wax ö«*lccl<»il t»n lio nèw j    Naaarene* *° Preach  dl(*trlot i*up«rlntcn<l«nl Ruç< ; <^jjltng | Th*, yarloh« churches of the citv HiìV. Aille Idck of IU>thrth>% ¡ Ok Ja -1 have invited »1»« NaRÓreno# to preach baimi. Mm Mary L«je t.'Hgle w** ìtp- |uy<inKellHti«; wrmon» today and « pointed district    fwfh« wvxt j number of the pulpiti» of tho city will  term,    f>e filb'd by the preacher* of the  firnt north of Ltiml).  Ua«e cijfiTct?^ Îb,3o ocres of I ^ \! n  bind were , filed Jn Dimmitt. e.nn.ty  1  i h *    “JÌC Í » *¡un,tacto.  M*ut of Castro eounty th„ pant week, i 1     "V    * w . wn "*  r <"'~  J. W. Albm, independent owner, of J Tho B. MW. Woop \alerwn w«. roc  MAY SUE AIMEE  W»man Said, by Defense to 3e ‘‘Mias X” Objects to Use of Her Name By McPhc r *on  LOS ANG£I,13fc!. Oct. JSt/T.- A linee tiemple MePhorwoti, Angvlus Ten;pU<  au»u„. ;- h ; «m »n. smunitiy, ¿o*. !    i™™ 1 ''";'’  Tho wtmittM yfttt&nlay w^r« tví>U attend^ ovrr 14M metti* beln«^ w>rv* c<j tu the dyleitftUx    It» ,the  c;ilion bôtlding t.n AvWiu* J. A litriro numtx»’ v of vMitlur fHend* of tbn chtifciji ft<im ttéefliÿ town* art»' éx~ pt^UHl hète today for the taeeting»,  .    Today  The    ttil»» morning «ill open  at pMt* Chur**)« oi .thf Xawrene-wHh 'ordtniii^on »ervIoMÎ conducted by <Vn-ef^| ‘i^|»rj»itôttt»*»t R. T. jWinitutw,,'of  ifémtNrç  *1$    api»^li»tnieht  of    fvr'ihtf'«'«tnln(r torm  tö" ì%flR-* »t K#rv»c*  lug wt0i  Xazototte toiiiisht. Me*, .Mary !<*'« Ctotlf/ dlntriot evang^lIjptio-elcct will coftd^t Uic ««rvU'Oi» ‘tOntlfljt «t the PiPKt .¡WothodlHt e)iur*5to^ Bev, W. H. DiUll|.Vi» of ilamlin, ptwddent of the Naxarwm* Academy at Hamlirt will preaej» at th (!  C«mVf('r}itnd lau (tliuf^h thi»» tnornlng and ilev. ,1. T, Hiüiiiffeld of Fyrt Worth will prouch ftt tl^ii iHth Street Nf$thf>dlat chu»t'h_ afc ttjai »nornlng i-n^rvtce; Hfv. ■, .T. ,1*/ I«^l«vOf WicliUft Fäll« will 'pre»«^ at tfif. *Ftc#t    tÜtl Morn-  4rtj^ .v-.- v *    •, ■  ' A‘t the mi'etlhifH yestttrday, all th* »^portu of tbc vArlott» eommlttee« iitcludlnit tbc mt»-*io0aff: yriiin« p«fJ>1«^ Wrk; «uhflKy  ' "  4  ‘ liKrtto'wsflfl ,,  •1 ()»  t í¿% ï    ' * v ' \ » i » ^ 'S *  anti |t it* uuderatooil that other com* j pc-nioH hvu« »imnly taken leases or ’. Are negotiating for them.    I  Tho 43UÌC, Company hut* a test well j under dvlU «V the pre»t-nt on th« Solon Clemf*ntK tiWJpHrty, un tho SouihwoMt corner of wcctioti 27, block M10*A, 3\i I mi lex Kouth*hMt of Dimmitt, with good j formation» Itlready hnving bo«n «hown, l>Uhbock |h pt»w apparently tho. Mcc-cuff or oil operatori» iñ ihltt i«rt of the hlut*, <tnd the Hotel Lubliock, ttcw lion torly i hef«, in*  the Southw«Ht eortgrognte. to rti»cu#n th«. Po«hì bili tic# ‘of the section.  1035. She. tarried a complement of from 85 to 106 men.  TWO TEXANS BURNED  Cameron Man *pd St., Jo Citisen Are Victim* of Boiler Explosion in Oil Field  ■WICHITA FAULK. Oct, —J. T. Uerry, of Cameron/ T#xhh and M. T. D* uni«, Sf*. of S»t. Jo, T*?xnf., were  ■ly het^iH hUv. with dilatons    \ f‘*  prominent men In oil. circle« overt    * l  iV. ’    * bcwpUal In  • 8otithHi«Mt eortu rollate. iti«eu«H  a  »erioun condition fcaturda.v m orni tig  WEATHER  Oktühoaut : Sunday fah*. continued C««l; Moiiduy fair, wanper.  Eiikt, T<u(M(i: Sunday generally fair oxeopt tthoWTtt at>d cooler tn lower Iila^Oeaud* ValJ^y, fiet»h m>çjtb#»i> f  wlrt^H :th<^ «waat , Mooday iair r  wttr^i^;    l portion,'   W fW-llSi|N    fttW.  «wlwSt' ' Mwk4íe*ífiW.  '»    T&’ J  ^|oô'ï:' ; ï<wndfty für... coolw aoutheftUt por»;  a« the result of burrjK n'ceivcd whon a boilor exploded néftr tho »pot whei'c the two men wore working In the St. Jo oil flçld Fflduy nlifht. Horry Ik <he more iterlouajy injur^d of the two, haying «uff^r^d deèp »t««»m burnt* «ver hltr Mitlré 'lit»dy.  V TWO ¿UCTROSniD  Uv* Wir« .at Naeoflrfoch«* Cast« Tha  • u-fv**;è# %à»ìt ÿtfayryjt*  • • H«m«v* ft  , f  *' ••  for »hinder by »Mr«, Viriti Kifttbnlí <¡»|! Oakland, when Mrs. McPheison'« pro» llmhuxry hearing on con»plracy charge» is completed. S. S, Hahn, attontoj' for Mr*. Kimball announced iodi»)'. The suit ìh being prepared Hahn «aliL IU fit. Kimball declami curly . ihls morning t hat »«he woukl sue Mrt*, Me -Pherson “If .she doc*« not »»top dragging my, wuiu< Into thi# cmno.”  II is chared by the d*sft,mi«,t .that Mrs. ‘ KlmlMtU posed a« the “Mbit» X” who wn» «uppíifPd %0 have b»*<MV ><t Carmel«by-thc-j<eft with Keum'th <♦. Ortnlston.  Sunday  will iti* held Sunday afternoon. I (« la «on-nt-law uf Mr?*. ,1. Willis Johnson of this city.  THEY’RE JUST BLASTING  his most effective inve. uve.s won here at tlte funeral bccwuse they loved the oh:jritablc visionarj. And tlte {¡earned faces of labor whose cauwo wan over on .l.tob«’ escutcheon, streamed a benediction of tear«. Uic.h and poor, lofty and humble, it wan a  brotluii'hood of man much as Debs j    ------------------.  hoped for.    ! No, it isn't a war.  AWris HiUqujt of N»*.n York, eon- ■ The.v te just blasting part of tha greftiimu» Victor itoi'giu* *.*f Wisconsin ! * a prock away so they cun..put In th® and Seymour Stedmun, of t'lticaKo, j foundations of the new jitellttr. bulW-who )tad stood shoulder to shoulder | ing. Jt ,lu»t meantt tha| LtlbbocK iit with Dobs in tlte battle, of saioiallsm, j diggltig in for a long camputgn of «ome to xive testimony of their af- ! progress,    -,  fection:    Keep your ahirt on.  ...... 1fr '  Stìopày and Monday fair J a » Intmt te     v  JÜH4  r. - h* «    t.,^1    »,    j .  NÀCOCÎI>OCl|R8. UVjc., Oct. 59 {vW.  i’TwÿfwiitW t^o Wfiti whwt  m “ th?  |t£à|ULlp^ii* ytjf&L    < v ^ne  haie W fMifHt, ¥1» numi* wdé fcltl*  TO STUDY RÍO GRANDE  t > . '.....' , 1  Maxioo Appointa C«nimÍM¡«rt ta J«»n With United fttatae ìn C ont rèi* lin*’ltîver*  RROWNSVILLE, T«x., Oct, 39-, Oftickil dlspatoh^à rocèlved herèjtodüy from Mexico City «tate thftt \utdW the «iiùiÿn’iftibn of tho Mexican M^rt< m«nt of (»grteulturt* a «ïoiîipléi« «tu||y l#i to Îjo mad« orthe iirobleip of Ilio OfHOde >«tu| ■ Colorado rlwr*  1  H» f^tlMt Moxlco litiiì Wh» ttoitè* -.ManzànarfeB Mut b>* the «lo^iirtnlf«ié to    Wefttl  Gas Masks Used as Firemen Fight ; Through Smoke to Save Leader Building; Crowds Hampft Battle  Fir^‘ of upknown origin wi»s dlncov-«red tn th« binienu-nt of thè Leader bUiJ^iipg «hortly' after nine o’cilck SajtUrday morning and for something MH* «JÌ httunit appeured thol th«i l5Ui|»Jing and Ut« contenti* vvould he a toUtl liiHh., (iroat ciou.ls o£ «moke bolled out oi thè ' doyrs, witulows and qtbtJr, opehings, !t«d ;  bocauise of th« depsJty fireiti^n fottuti iti a vory diffi-yult ta^k to locate t'ite blur.e.  It ls kmnvn, hawfever, tl>at thè tire broke out in thè boiler, ruom, but be-foro It wo« locatpd it had* «prwd to ótUpr pitrts of tu« builflin&. Il waa flrst roiMirted tbut thè boli«?}' httd ex-plode<|; but fIremeii JW«, of tho opinion thlH 1)» noi tn»e. Jfhe|-B wu poi»-, sid^raltl«, rubftloii. in Uw roon» ami onr^ là ff«s t|f|»Ued It IjUrticd very  ^Ptirty» u  %  , l %, ’ 4 ' J  ' • ,, %l     '^Ì4  . Strofi s were filled with p«i<ìplc al  ih^iiì^pVthe' W«)'^    .....  fleer« to hold buck the ÿrovnl, but It was impofiRtbl« to muViï any grtàt number of them.    ,  The fir«, burned for rtor# tluin^atl hour and becrtune oi ufiibke and KM firemen working itiHid's , the |»úl|<)tlltí&,, wc i ** forced to w«ar ter the blaxe had been put ñR<l¿ry *'•' tml and coverai of tW; tir« ‘  :  returned to the sttUlop Ú snry to call out Uiä to extlw#ui*h « fire 1/tttloed ’Wall, to Dt«  **  'te 1 ?! mi  ■   

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