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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - October 31, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 VOL. 4, NO. 357  LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1926  FULL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS  HALLOWEEN PRANKERS SHOOT LUBBOCK BOY  MATADORS GO DOWN FIGHTING IN FIRST CONFERENCE TILT  TECH SCORES ONi [Marie's Husband lll|  HORNED FROGS IN INITIAL QUARTER  HORNED FROGS COME FROM BEHIND IN SECOND HALF TO WIN  FINAL SCORE 28 TO 16  PERCY WALKER GOES 88 YARDS FOR TALLY IN FIRST  BY J. n. DOW.  Avafanebe -Journal StaK ¡•'OUT WORTH, o.-r • T.'i'- T> s >*•  I hr , *t’, ¡it r> I >i i    • i ’ i • tl* • > • ' '  I he Tfi.fe T*-* h AJ.> r • i-y    **f  I h»* fijv( (Won i t*. t: li Col •: * l,¡><    c. 'I  •O''»!«**) »<'f> Jiointf* ir> ■ !'(•  xi.-ki't ttri-ore O'rf II*.! ri«**t on ? h< u < «finíIR back    •*<’ r ¡*•  und Une itlay» Uo M, * » » «  Oft I. d    : a l*.',., t ?. it ' I •  unì .. r ! i h«* ? j » -1 h.iîî <-r, i-ollr f >*f ff» ?.» “ i«;! • h>'  ; mitro') ;t* ¡«»-¡ri  Th* !'•> e t.ít, orí--t‘ vl.tl adot 1; i ..¡••'••n fíeos». * h.*,;  Kulnc Cr*-«  !.. 11- !>  a ■ M  ntííirt»-!  CITY PARK  GOES TO JURY ON I While Moody Laugh  ISSUES  JUDGE McGUIRE SUBMITS SIX QUESTIONS TO ! BE ANSWERED    !  THE JURY ADJOURNS;  DAY OF ARGUMENTS TOO MUCH FOR TWELVE GOOD MEN  King Ferdinand  i:r  *»    (js *" k V    .1  »• • r.iJI sn-ti n «1*1 ï î OtO'.i -,«• ill! < -1 j ïi f. ! « T í' «Ï f tr.-iifi  .vrlu.-itij' th*> n*>«£t-.i>  nui {>»»<» f t t'ffvm) »>v Ì.Ti«! CleV«’»  Vi'UÍ! Ihr ')<*!'{■«’•■■! *ríícn¡.-e- t'li il 'ürir  i in' > 'hi ¡'.t    .. n-! s h* I i i • *•'  V ¡r<i a fi*-; \ ,trA on lin«* i  First Tally  h tt- Vivhify Hilî>    kii'k Vr  ¡M» Ai v.'îf4 hn»- *h«H    tin- fi  • OiHfi! of I he I    <)«-! Í* IîmI.pI T  «** followed' by « wm^atiun..*.!  MEET THE MATADORS         • -4‘>      h*\i    ](*■ i* s                } 5    Tra* ï,  * ; í i- i» , n u: i      Î          P.-- 1 ^  v  Í    Th*- ni          • 'i 4  • *.,? í * * ' • ;      • !  . » » :    i ' t ^ } : W « ‘     ! i , f ; i r  K : tir •ni ' 'iff f! í I.Í. [■(:> iict ■ •> ï l'».‘. ï * j t i:*■! ¡ »         i V. f.l'i ' • . •           !  , oil! ' ! . I      ( M *     :  •      * t . ;    ; : i*■.*-■ to i ht      i t ï: *    ¡ ;>i( .ift^rn*      -■    I ;.! M.-nd i  j      i**-    !  Th*'* ft|,e      h i r    j f :-i;i ,■ -,„t¡      " iC    ; no uid o      •,,,,    í«;ii '.a-..      !b"    j - he folio n          ■ cori vi-, 'h          i V- it h ! he      On. '    j. V. o. I ÌI i in     I ¡i M ■f f. I • - !■  i.l T T  '..■H- o:  Lui.« f. •.  ait had . Th..- .  .> ru] \v  i hi I  i.! d Oi !  V ..Il ‘ T > * ■ i * i !*-    !  : ,,i r i.,-. r h l ee pi -    i  . i t; ue.l t heir can»*.s    i  ...-, adj»uri.i-'¡ lio-    j  BREAKS RECORD FALLS TO DEATH  . navy flyer believed lost  i    AFTER PLANE CRASH  ;    IN VIRGÌNIA  S.* Questions  <'!'! 1VM1H which J'.Klc'*' Mi  ! rid* J ! ¡rv lo :ír.*uv«»r y>"* >.:■  n ! fn> .•* n i '-v<t s  (,> vshi>')> !.■-hi<    wor*> ««¡x io  inr «•f*'.’-!- |>lil Mr OYi'in.si >• iifi,!.. h-, K¡<»(]s«»f' i.n.t J'.'..-in.!< : Hiilini; ih:it !hi-' ir.r t' .if*.I tln-m to tu*- t'ii . ' Mi>! I*.!*¡’ri «> !>;ty anvUii'it: for (h., in»-.)' iil.l tli«‘V Know ;ii t*»♦* tim« 1     Mr (n-* ! !. h whs I’.oiilinjr th**  ioS* for ! h* 'it >• :i« I Kirks'’ / »1*1 <iv**-ton ii'.n-.:    ;h<- !ir-.',s    four v*...  ¡*»¡ !-i ih. fiiini; (Hin stiH. Sn  iir-'fv I'*‘4. 'h;M !)¡». Utili I had iiof i»*-< n  Al’STIN, Tt-xas. Oct. 31)44»)— lii-jiulilifan leaders oufjht to rettl-izf thii( ih»> Dcmor-racy of T<‘XaM riot iVHTil ;> ffovornor that has sunii'thliiir to b«»«tow on a favored Ifw or T'fotiTtlon to offer a fnvur-»•<! <-|:i«n. Attorney Genorul Dnn  .Moody, M( tnocrHtit' jíuliernaloris»! . ;in.|i(i'ii.. dt>fl;irfd in it prf*-»?<*n-<■!'-■!I clc' tion sl!itt-ni^nt Satui'tlay.  "Th** .ivs<'rt< a d claim of th»* 1.1«*-! m hi ic;i ti pnrfy that it has hopi-»I *■!»•<• ! i¡ 114. it.*- state ticket 1« -!:<inc to I he point, of lieirit; ridi. II-¡.¡■f-. " M-.ody Kit id.  Contili.tst^r John L. \'nu;;h.in. of l.nhhtK Ì.. deeiafi'd > ft-terd;¡fol l.iwin: 'lu. fidiii'éSM Kriihiv ntKht of '■ol li H Ualn.'S. Uf-publiean iM.Hitr.ei* for ¡¡«vu nor i f T"X¡ik. to ;i eloH.i which filled till* diHtl i. t i oui ! -o.mi l»«*re, ih.'it in.'iny dis-uriirttlnd Meino.-rji t s wer.* golriK to Vole |ÍH‘ lîi t.UblH'.lîi !i<k«*t in tile • ■lection ri('\l 'í’vi*‘sii;i y, or .-Im' Slav .i wu\ from the poli«, and he sai.! ihiJt i 1 mu - was confident of viitory. Hi esiiinated the full .‘•tr.iisht Hepuidiian \ on i Ii r. >-:rer!t:th in Te-x is at 15« wio  TRIAL TO TALK OF FINAL JUDGEMENT  E X P E C TS CONTRIBUTIONS TO HIS $20,000 FUND FOR DEFENSE  TO TRIAL MONDAY  FACES CHARGÏToF MURDER OF D. E. CHIRPS IN FORT WORTH  METHODISTS VOTE CONFIDENCE IN GRAY  GEORGETOWN PROFESSOR EX PLAINS BELIEFS TO SATISFACTION AT SAN ANGELO  ( fiy Tin* AssoeiaU'd 8AN AMiKLO. T*x., Oct. ,10.  Tin  . on 1     i., (fíe rifv? Siionl«! Overton  J,v i Ì ■*■ 'inn ,.f f,rii in;, ry pmdv-ro-e. h-‘     T, ' x:,s  Methodist eonfo! er»<i*  known Oefore four v-art. ».nor t.. <lnt !  h,,Vl ' Satui-dnv unanlmouMly vott-.l Sinn- that tin-    had ,,„t i.een n.ii. } iM»nïid«-nc«*- in the- "intrpftrUy, -Hi* and  ^i-v. il s. ti'.«- ."U •; Have Cle.p.o*. and  ; !!v Tim  \t AT Mi;v. w  Í*  -l.leili  Cru’f* i.ecn .fi SHWMthle and adverse *>f the land for more than :• It ye'il--* pliof U» i!v t ¡I'.n;- of lh*'  (By Til« 1  /\ssocirited I’rp».)  FORT WORTH. Oct. 30.—'The flêv,  Mr. Joint I'mi\^ Norris, militant apostle of i cforni arid fundamentalism, nd-\i-l'i¡sed Sundnv :wm»n snh.iect.s to-dav while siati* and defense aitorneys completed prepara t ions for his trial, befiinnuui Moniim on a charge of m tinier.  Aliiioujih citancc for deiav of the trial stili i.ss'.ui's from the rejn.i ted ¡lines:» of Chester ('olions, defense attorney. the upshoi of stateiiif*rHs from both Ride.s in that questionimi oí fív. hundred prospective jurynien is- es-peK'ted to proceed Monday rnorninir.  Tt»« main possibilitv of delay lies in riie ev(*nt of inability to i:..', a jur\ i! o »■> toaally i.eileVt'd  Shot D. E. Chipps N'oiia -, wImi shot M. FL <'hippt^ to death in the pantor's h'irst Captisi church offne July 17. tomorrow is to fu«.“t* the Coturri :.;;i i ion liofili e which he tutrled tirades at city official« and ox-c I ted the resent mint. of t'hippK, a friend of Mayor li. Meachttin,-Tiie ]>reactit*r's stati) iw*ni to flu* district attorney said he killed Chipps t $11*000 LOOT TAKEN FROM MELBA  LAD  IS HURT BY GANG OF OLDER BOVS  12-YEAR-OLD BOY FAILED TO OBEY THEM QUICKLY ENOUGH  KOHT WOUTH, Texas. Oct. 30 (4>t—a Captisi preacher win» camc li*'i'e in t'MiT and rtarlf'd a tah.-r-nacic church \> it !ï K> Uienilcr.« is to face trial here Monda.', on the third of three criminal in.l i< l un-in s tin mint; him dunn;.; his .-limb to a place of iiuwer in imitant reform a n,-| f u n d a m e n t. a 1 Ls m.  Frank Norris, is rh.u qd murder of M t'hipp loan, sinu to diaii) oi th . I ill rei I office .Ini'. IV.  n. v j.  VM-.h the If.lnl.er  HALLOWE’EN ROBBER GETS DALIAS CASH  THEATRE MASKER  BY  i '     T    hr o:«i    .. .n .1-11..    i * * ’s* >¿'    1    • Vi*;.*-: Jr    navy Su** iiU*r      f t-1-    d. »«.    > . itn *    v0tSîs*r liMVi -    . j» Wf » .    )! i ■ -i o* *1* v    a' ; . *'.'t t » !.* -* »          - * ;    uw# In    tii« 1  u, fitina    1 '** Ui*-Ï V    >- i* h,t. ï-%o    , • * >Mi*d « rs«í          « -,U#        , it \ f r    ‘ '•    < “* ,*> i !*•>    t-M ÎU-’-f      iS« t        4NÎ f«.» -; Í        o-av  Í              in    t-it- kcHt «jiiat't#??    f ; T h V’ it * t *    -. o** - r.itihe»!    ts i I ï*- fí Í whii*-‘     Thi'V K"*t iM'iit. bat they í**l* lhf-;¡ nu-it'k «*« th<*  l.utibock rt«*bt to lu: O out .«nit  I- w**k*omi* then, home .vi»»'« wjW'CiiU * . ft iri’tv«» (rom  Wjw-ciili ! \\ -n th  ! I ■ I .5 ! !  th- I ‘ /.f !h.'   r ürt i i  lit SMJttft tod.tj Ti-;<-phone n,‘    j > :,|5,}    0(0 I ¡  es.«f it- V* bat ;i»H* u»e uaff? » O’S sjrl I j ir»., and :h*n put on jt>«i td.-ol > |  1  ,* t».t<*t P” down 10 tf*il U'*'lü î-. -c.'.t ì  ki . tio.S i    Vh<*sn.  f  m *•>’ il iiu.-'i Ííiírbor -*1 niil*-*  Ï \*f t *.:*i‘o- * . to raiíí*- li;*’ oe..»i ! ■ ¡S. -fTid no ir......  (lui Ims t.* n f.j-.ïRvS Matle Ne« Mark*  V I . I. iv * e-r J.- vPi ...i.ies:t  k 11    %*i tiii i'í Im'I14-V«*<I tO  io*-: i ri bit- in a ;»tuìi .-ra.<4ii ì * » -  ,-x b!i  i i .i »»•« v >' luti th** pas? ■'. * j    w.*.-; ¡inof''Sciai, 1  lo    thè  » • * •* i*l j • t* Th** ri«* .v *'oni  o V. *•*•'.  N V, ia-T hiioied Ííirt a four *'« rid .■« i. i ' !' ‘ a **oe< *i of tn*>vr tb'm oui-. Tr.* ìi*‘\X day, o'. * r filial?..-! ouïe cotitHi-., h.» I'd of    Tí:*'  ) of k’4i : is b*->d •**■ i lo. ;¡! tie  LEGION TO MEET  i pH.jr the üme with  irt««s bt-autiiul rut» mudr by J’rri-y j    )*o:f \\ ¡-.uorton  Wi»Iht*r i*»r a tntftl at vard» '•« a ’ Tt»r5»l,;v. IJ.-ni < ¡matii louihdov.-n, Thlt» . »■<»« onr t-.f tb»- ‘ pian«- twic * mo# trad«- »k»ìhh‘ :iriv    ¡.lit,. cou* : w<  ««-*it**rw t rmf    fini».    il » d *  Alititi I>ìI'k    hìof»»<| in lixp nt"e- • a f*.i.iiai  ‘.tu! ((uartts «ft**i Woolfìd.;» hwl |>»nt- | n” .♦  ►d «*'* Toì«*r on th«* T, C I', 3K y.w d j <*f cu 1  » hot-, wlitrji « a* it»)|<>HV<! vtHh « I*uì|S j l.b-ut .l.ui-. p.i.v#, Wiiituin« lo Ht«*»d»i»th tur 33 | vaiti*», d)»t wan  foj tio- i.‘r«)i>' firsit Wiunt««*'.     t   Fz-Ofl* Sor#    j    —- -.......*  il v.-.v,« ih«« i. biniti «-ra#!i of iarkle I  F ' n **     <&r  Armittic» Day Pro  pia y ihm t.* timi >h- Fio K!<  t!,e u  j ;,.us | 8 ram w,fl ß « Worked out < mini«"! in Wtiii.srn.**. v>òo cn*f*lH‘d    Monday  tìir'i-nih «hj,    tine* for a CoucSt- ,  4  ""  ^ niiitrtis    kìcUòd    .  wì,M ,,|U '‘ r   for the extra point, Th« fust half '* h ’ v  ' fv  »•n«î*'d v\'ith Îhe HCOI*. Tt*iii la; Y. <*-  Th. 8tc«n<i Half    j    .„V.  At Ih» bcginoinj* of {j,,» ^r-. oîoi per- |  v   m  f«d it We i t|Mi* kîy noted Usât th«* j ''1.^,',..  «...    ,    ‘ vMInt.l i*>-  iKdlvrntn nicaiii btwiiwm. for *i‘«y |    .  craHiifd OttoMKh Ht»; T**ch lin** foi  i CHARGED WITH ATTACK  i  IT**an Alleged to Have Pushed J. P.  | Mjnrt from Window of Court i House at San Antonio i    .......I  j KAN ANTONIO. Tcvas. <ic<    j  I II. It Smith of .!«m<!amnn is under j | b»>nd of tr>0 fifoiiou injf ids at: »-st j { bi.«< ho!.i<* Hat urdav on a chai R*' of ?*•*- { jijuit v.tjh ;nt*'nt l«i inui.b-r J P., v.-ti» |.x aiiej'cd to have h<*..*n j push*d from a »wond Hti.rv wiii'i.nv- in i •h«* lt**\-ir county court house . v 'in | -ii j «an one* feu ¡iy (he sheriff of Atas-ooj*a n»»«n'y and was reicaser! on tn.ti 1 at cir,*.'e  I Alunn »'.in found lylns on a con-; • :**tf driveway !.*<ne,'.th th*'* court ) i;otif<e v, sndoti, a till after r**Ka!mnt; consciousne.sN, dt>ci'.ire<( HOtrtet.ne !.,» ) tbrotvn hirn from .i window on th*--< • *>n<! sloor of she court house.  after tin- later tlna*atent'd him by telephone and KUbseipatntly at Ihe se^ne ot the killing.  “Meath anti restirrfction oi ChriHt" is the announced suliject of Xorrirt for wi*js• iSundav mornimr. Tao tiijiht stJbject iff rook j'"The (*r**at Whh* Tbr*.nt* of Jtultr- ,  i ment—the final r**rd!c( of the uni-  1 ,T3?T  lbs.: AJt-h.*.» ' t!'.feH.r** Uvi'r tt#tt$£riit I verse.'’    and took $1.1 tile nisio's r**coipt.s.  I. j ‘> V  MALLA.’* and :tr.,o ■ ennui.-  A- ; ica:n-'l    *  't'c.V., Oft. oil, A tl'Ulsk-.-fï d'ber £il'i*reii through the t lalb.o .O', revelers. leUV-  ciiai ai-tei “ of Mr. ii. I,, «¡ray anti iat-ff. after l*»nifthy dct>at<*, voted t2i (t>  “!> a;;.iinst a resuhitSon retjuc-st irii; his ri'-Mgnation as ¡-,rof*-ssor of Ci!.|e in Houtiiwp.tt^rn t'niver*<itv In a sol^tr-n «vrvftH* ♦•«! He/, eitrli; uillìistt-rs admit»**«! to full cnnn<>ction arai the vow* of I heir oitlce.  Gr»y Talk*    ,    , . ,    .. , . .    ...... • .......... . v.-  At th»' iHiniermi'e's Invitation, es- i Additional contrlbtitions to Norris’ ¡ '"’ !n     *' ■ *-, as. ttnanas» t ¡  M  . ¡s uo u,k!í»0.  tended Thursday w hen a i «‘.solution t »'pm ted 000 di-iense fumi tiro #•<- j • lu '' <    1  * “  1 ( "' '' *  a cos tUl,t * ’  f«^|»»eH*in!? his rtvsij;!!;', tion was with - ! P<*cted at tomorrow s service. In the drawn Mr. Cray today further ex- »fund are the nickels  ;in d dimes of five  year old Sunday school chibircn, who droppt*«i their lots in u wnsh tub frontitiK the pulpit while the inclicted pastor looked on anti said “i’m no; asiiamed to let the world know \\ ho con;i iiuiu-d."  pi.-tuii-d his reason*- for not stanine a pa(»er settiMR fortit tin* cliurchs articles of belief. He also answered to til Mitisfaction ot a nuijonty ..f tin* méinliers ouestions by Itev.    K  iiryajl of Auitiin relative to his Itelief a: tile Virgin Iiirth of Chi is! and tin*  * f*-.uj i 'Ttion of Lhe body.  Ho said that study of all arpuments fiupportinR and contradicting the Virgin birth of Christ never had lonvin --e.; bom to deny it. hut that he did mu consider beliei in it (»SMfntiai. He said I tin- divinity of i'iiri.Ht does not innue I on hts virgin biriii but rather i wor ks prove it.  MAIL FRAUD CHARGED  Texans Face Trial in Allefled $250,000 Schema to Cheat Customers;  Trial to Start Monday  •rowd svvaliov*. im,- him aKain after Ik forced Hail and two other employees ■>( the theater U* walk UpsiailK.  Miss Mem- t'oilins. easiii* r, and Waiter Johnson., «ioo'nn n, accompanied ita li to the second floor of in.- initld-in*c to deposit tic re.a-ipts in tin* office safe when ¡.ho rub bet no t them, ile for* "ai them to ascend to the tiiird floor, as he backed down th. .staii is. j 5>j (c hcd rb  They immediati i y turn alarm, but he was koiii 1 .  in  IS SHOT IN THE LEG  BULLET LEFT IN FLESH BY DOCTORS AFTER EXAMINATION  Tragedy. Ktalkin« over the rubbiah-strewn sir *ets of Lubbock’s Hallowja'en last nijilit, missed its tn&rk and OiJ.j!! lUucKweil, 12, non of Mr. and Mrs. J, a. Clack well, was merely wounded by a .2- calibre bul'iet which d b bad .struck him a f«w inches higher, w.uild have killed him.  Ordered from the .street near J3lh land Avenue* Q about K: S 0 j». m. by a | cam; of older boys who were bent on | Hallowe’en prank.«, Od/dl failed to j obey tpiiekly enough, lie and his com-i pa nit ins said, and was fired on. Th«   1  bulie! entered the tie.shy part of hl^  ! let,* riear the b.ip, lodginfr three inchtji <!e<-p. it. was Ifclt then* l>y doctors who examined tlje wound and took an X* ray picture of it at lhe West Texan Hospital, and younfj Bi.ickweil w&f wnt to Ids home ,i.t HM Avenue S.  The serioii.snc.s.s of the wound 4d-pends, hospital atlendantH »«aid, OH whether or not infect! n seta in.  From Toy Pistol The bullet, according to the boy* who were with Odell, and who ita? they know who fired the shlit* caintt from a miniatur<* pifttol mml», for Or-lnt? calibre blank«. Fuch a fiiMt^l was Coxiiibited by local boy» to Jtollce some lime a^o, with (». qtu*rv. the legality of carrying It, and the of* fict-rs ml vised that it be not carried* 'l’(i*' suh way, fired several times onr,Millet crstsJiintr through tha Bcreiih loor of a rosideacc n -.tr whi»r^  *>'*:  Smash Bottles .* ,4 | 'i’ht- nam*.' ;ra ’\c who fired on .Odell arc said to hav.* smashe a number of j milk bo*.ties in the noiKhbvrhood. Of-t'ii t. rs as soon as the .shooting and the •»’.her de inulations were reported, start'd a cat;* -wide search for the «ruiy.  iaibbuck was wild with Hallowe'en the nijiht ativanced. Wash tubs cars bumped over the pftV«S-   t * lt>  i nients, piireh furniture was ucatterod j alotiy the sidewalks, tables were plací  Ji .ooi 'i,  lar bi n  ei Acial-tic,. 1 la \ \»-voi'»it«'i‘ il at iiie reçu« n it lo* i-ttiiK of the local American l,«*«ion her.» if was .Hin-'UOced S:  ' th. C-.s- Mi Ke foii tiìe.v sti*l t Jt » ; or:*« of t(>e  ,    .    ,    ■ bt*s{ Autii.iirc f»ay feaìare-s ever un-  gai" ..fter #»«>. Ai\*r a M-iieii of  ()( , riuk ,, n    wii | dl^-a^-d. bui  i.at.l line pIupk^. !•»>►    iMlvaiicvd • u,, ,-  w „uitl  K He no inkllni: «.f what ih«  ihr b.iiì ai    *Iì>»ììì*ìv** a*u1 thm |    nHisìftU'tì. At a iw vnt miviìnif o.f  Ueìmàu fbn'k. «n a fak«. ipo:* piange. ’ u. R |on ofrldulK. with colle«»* offn-inls i i .1^11 ed iliiousH fot n lotK'hdovvm Jand oJbers inlere»ied, it ut a t i ve plans Theo l’Nfk iwnw-d to ‘IIukk’ Matthfw* I f„ r  .« field dnv proriam «v*«* laid, bui ..l'rt' thè Tech line fui un ex ira point. i th-ne pii»:« i. i\,. 11.t '..t b.t'n coni ■ 'flie * \ht ii*t tati« netted ìttiotìK'i toui h- j pietod dwnii vi Uh .t* lotifi »et ics of line driver « The Monoav lu^iu meetin« wiil lu» —~™„    j liì ld tn \he hawernuni of tlu* Leader  ! buildinfi, béiiinnltig about  fConlinued on Page 5)  T: li o'elocU.  WEATHER  WLATllKl; ........ ........ ....  Jamislnaa—Hundny pai’.iy chmd},, Crtolfi - , .Montitiy fair, 1 bdhir tt’Uiïa*ia-nife In norlhwcM,  At kancriN--Sunslaj’. íicnerally f.iir; Monday fair, wanner.  Ol.luhortta — Sunday ;md Mondc.y fair: rl«lnn letupet'.'UKiv,  CHICAGO TO HANG TWO  Pair Who Murttartd Three People Sentenced to Gallows On Plea of Guöty  CniCAOO. Oct. 30, (&)—Two mur. tiet ei h «ho pleaded KUilty to the «laying of thiee pet soils today wet’«* seti-eed lo death on the ¡íftlhnvs tin* K«C-Pml time that saeh a sentence has bft*li meted out hete on a Kuilty plea. The men. .Jamen Cricjus ami Thomas Me-  Maul TeXiiH-^Hubrtfty. partly cloudy : (Wane, who «hoi two men und a wo-* prolnibly ».howeiv on extivnu* w«*»( ¡ man during ar* orcy of robberies in coaid: cooler in eolith poi lion; Mon- j Chicago, a Huburb Ia»t .July, wer« day fair, rjtfinji ternpirtittirr iti north, j Kcntenced io hatiK «ui l.>ccemli<*r SI. Light to fri l «h northerly ivIiuIh on the  * finmt.  Went Tesi«»—-Sunday partly cloudy, rislnjr tempci'/ittii'# In the I’anh^ndlc;  Monday, fair, wanner,  Mexico and Arlxoiwr Rwildpy and MondXy fair; wartner In cast portion l^undity.  Ifiih«af«: ititterally fair Sunday and * him held for the ñeíct torni of the Äfpnithy.    {fedcraJ grand jury,  LLOYD LOSES FIGHT  -Minneapolis; Minn., Oct. 30. {/F; -—Hank Lloyd Wrijfiu, lhe arciiitect, today 1om( )iIh Ogjht for diHmiMKnl of a Munn act chuff;*, wiwn Untied States Co»uiii««lon('f Howard Ahho< ordered  HE DUG IT UP, BUT  THEY WANT PART OF IT  ST. Lfif.iLS, Oct. m&>—Two com-piaituintK - today filed Kutt against th-.> estate of John \V. Thompson, St, Lout.t contractor lor a half «hare of the pro-* -e-l * of Thontp»on'w venture in rats-itiK tht* OiHheii, a derelict ocean vesmd in the L*n\er Mississippi river and viHitif it to the Kovernment in war une Tli**ir claim ¡fc oír Î I t7,Otift.  MAY TAKE WOMEN FROM  CHINA WAR ZONE  PHONE REACHES WITHARRAL ^  I.lTTLluFlKLD, Oct. ilD—Teiephore | •dimecti .11 wsis completed today with j Witbarrtii. »n inlantl viiiaK** U' miles j souiii of Littlefield. The new modern «In ei*ecu*d at WHharrai will be ready to start Work Monday mornin«, Tliat village now has a ratideru brick school  i'KKlNfJ. Oct. 3(i(¿Pi—American author I tie.« ar»* considering the advisability of removing all American women and children front Szechwan province in view of the increasing gravity of the anti-foreign situation.  Lates* message* from t'henKtu, capital of Saechwan, say the Chinese are nutking efforts to obtain control of l-ttioti Christian l'nlverhity alle^tHil.' a» the re.sult of liolshevik i'Ui’ntii':ij!v-rnent.  SAX ANTONIO, Texas, (»ct. 3(WP¡— his H. Sherman and W. I*'. Litwlor, organizers and executive heads of the ¡    Memorial  Ti'xas Loan. an t | Miscount company,!    —--  are scheduled to be araitnuHl in federal j KAN ANTONIO, Oct. .'to. (/Pi.—Cal-court here Monday on a «rami jury in- j vin I'ooiid.m* has a sense of humor, dictaient charKinj; use of ihe mails in ' but he won't "let on," Will Homers, a scheme to defraud.    , cowlmy humorist told a* group of old  It is charge that they placed con- t trail drivers in re today at a bar be-trol of the $250,001» corporation in fcbe , cue given him by the veteran cattle hands of holders of $2,5(10 worth ot I drivers.  the stock by making the remainder of ! - Rogers was .surrounded throughout th,.. stock non voting. They then plan-  t h t , «lay bv veteran« ot the old cattle ned. the indictment cliarg«».*». to «eli 1  drivers from Texas to Abilene the non voting stoci; to the public Wichita through the mails.  I »‘»t in tlie parkway along Broadway,  WILL ROGERS IN SANTONE j and tin ('iin.s. ie oken boltlra, and-othor  ------------------| rubiiish were .scattered around.  Cowboy Humorist Lubbock Bound; !    ------—  Gives $500 For Old Trail Drivers  103 CASTS FIRST VOTE  Oklahoma Woman Will Qo To Poll* For First Timo Tuesday«  After Livi.ng Century  WOMEN APPROVE STAND  AS TO CHILD LABOR  GOODMAN RELEASES  ALLEGED PEEPERS  men who were undressing to go to bed, building, with traniiportation furnish- were yexterday release«! by City ed to th» children, and us thé coun- j Judge Jam cm Goodman, after a se-try Mettle» up is growing rapidly, I vere reprimand.  jA US TIN, Tex.. Oct. 30. i/P>—Hearty ndomemer.t of the stand taken by  ----j labor commtsiuoner K. J, Crocker with  Three youths corralled by officer J respect to the employment «>f children Offa William» Friday night after a!- . between 10 and 15 years in gainful legetl peeping througn wimtows at wo- , occupations ban been voted by tpe  MUSKOOBE, Okla.. Oct. ,10 OP).— Mrs. .Mary Klwood, ImH y«sars old, !iv* inii in stigler, will go to the polls for the first time in her life next Tuch-tiay. She said she would vote for and i Omor K. Oencdiet, republican nomine«» Kanitas». f«>r govcrn«»r. -Mrs. Klwood, ia iitlil Rogers, after ae..*tit?ing the trail driv- -i<'tiv t , enough to milk Cows and pra-crs oi almost every crime in the book,) l ,a,v  nical« for her «on. from “eattie mealin' to being too    ----  hifaluti;; -  ’’ ting dowii in ids pocket j SEEK NEW LEADS  and handed the association $i>00 to In* j    -—  u$rd for a memroiai, if you get House Investigators Won't Ruumi  enough money, otherwise, throw ;.*n-other party or spend it for "tur-kil-Tequila is a Mexican drink.  woman'« missionary society of the I^impasas First Methodist church. A resolution to thin effect was received Saturday by Mr. Crocker  Till November 8, But Sattar-white Look« Around »  President Issues Proclamation Setting Aside November 25th  *«•-'«    *    «    •    *    ♦ *    •    ft    *    *    I«.«    *•*    •    *    +    *    m    +  As Thanksgiving Day for the People of the United States  (By the A««onta.ted Press) WASHINGTON, Oct 30.—In a Thanksgiving day proclamation today- President Co<didge »tsked the nation to make November 25 a day of praise to fîod for a year hi which the United States lias bc**n *'hlPit>MHl among the nations of the earth."  The full text of the proclama* tlon*  H.v the president of the United Mtates of America:  A« a nation and uh individual« we have panned another twelve month*) In ihe favor of the Almighty. He ha« smiled upon our field* and tl)»*y have 'brought forth plei^tifttlly : huntno«t|< pro»i(M>r*«d; industrie»! have ftour-i«hed. and labor has been well employed, Wtollo «cotions *jf our country have been visited hj' dl«* a»ltn\ \V0 hâve been «pared any  great national «'alamlty or pestilential visitation. We art* blessed among the nut Iona of the earth Our moral and apiritual life has kein incarnire with our material prcmporlty. We are not unmindful of the gratitude we «»we -  to Ood for bis watchful care wllh which he has pointed out to us the way« of peace und h|ippinc»K; wo niiouhl not fall In our acknowledgement o£ l»in divine favor which luia bestowed upon us no many blt'Hslng.s. NVlthifir should we be forgetful of tho«o among uh, who, through Htrcsa of cir«’uinsUtn<Mf«, are lessi fortunately placed, , but by deed« of chatitjr tnake our ncknowledgc-mon't more nccpptable in hb. «Ight, Wliwrefore. t, Calvin Cotolidjre. president of the    do  hereby ’wt apart Thursday, the 3S|b day of November, next, lis a ’day of gfnoral thantts^lvlng and prayer und I recommend that on  that day the people .shall cease from their tjiiily work, and in their homes or in their accustomed placc» of worship, devoutly (jlvo thanks to the Almighty for many blessings th?y have received, and seek Hla guidance that through good deeds and brotherly love tiioj 1  may deserve ;t coutinuuncc of His favor.  In wltnesH whereof. I have hereunto, set ipy hand and caused to tie Affixed, the great seal of the  United States.  Mono at thy City of Washington thl» 3<>th duv of October, in tho year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and twenty six. and of the independence of the Unit • ed State«* the one hundred «n l fifty flrBt.  . CAJA’TX OOOLtDOK. By the PrcHident:  Jo»oph'O. Clrew, Acting Secretary of istute.  ANOTHER OIL FIELD?  Weil Comes in at East Pecos, Disproving Old Saying, “No Law Or Oil West of Pecos”  SAN ANOKLO, Oct. 30 f/Pi.-The old p-tying of "mi law or oil went of tiie 1‘ticos," wa.s Kito* k«*d out when the Mid-Kaunas Oil and Chi« Company's No 1 Y.vtes, in Eastern iYcos, was brought in at :*i»7 feet late in th,, week, The well made its third flow of oil! Saturday morning, after the tirst one at li o'clock Friday morning and tin*! second Friday night. Tin* oil wa.s re* i ported standing in the lude nearly toj the top when it w:.w not flowing. Oil I operators consider (ho dlaenvory. a» i pressagtnß another Oil field l'ur West Tsxns.    j  IS ORMISTON FOUND?    (  SAN MIl^OO, Calif., Oct. 30. (A*)—A j ropoi-t that Keimcih (! ormisi on. radió operator for whom a scorch Ikhh been made in conpecUon wllh Hie cane, of Alinee M«*l*h<*i'NO« liti» been at T1 | Juana, Low«i‘ t.’alifornia, for lhe law! few day« was spread here today.  EX-SOLDIER FOUND DEAD  kan Antonio, tcx.. qoi. s% wv-A verdict of «Icath from nctturttl V»«!« 1 ** av«« mturntr'd InJiiMtlce Anion court fíaturitay afternoon in of    l-üóftttíi.  diw, In,, his bop»«  AUSTIN. Oct. 30. (/P).—Although the house investigating cominitteo of nine men will not b c  In scsjsion nest week, the tlire«.- cotnmitteo attorneyH i»nd Chairman Leo Sattcrwhite, will to here seeking new “leads'* for testimony to In* presented when the committee November 8, resumes It» Inquiry.  Read Will Rogers In Today's Paper  Read Will Roger»--Will Uogei'H write« today on Can ndrt, Marion Taljey and John Blo-1 Cormick.tuuching Ugbtiy on Mussolini and other things that b* “learned from the paportj," Turiv to | page tipvcti of the WcHtern We«4* ly, (ho Maxuxlnp Section o?, your Avalan(‘he-Journal (  and reftd it for yourself^  You’ll Hiriile, chur?ttl6 lnwgh i bih I out loud good training for, f flt poi’Honally ^  When you’- go, to hfwkr  1  a,ni|    "  t«rtAtp4%lriK|’;3t *  fjtgrj   

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