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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - November 7, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 A PAPER FOR THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS  THE SUNDAY AVALANCHE-JOURNAL  TWO BIG PAPERS. lit ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING  vol. no. t;  Li ItliOCK, LIIilUH'K (OrXTY, TIOX AS SIW I )A V. NOVEMBER7,  FULL LEASED W1KE ASSOCIATED PKESS  FEAR FOR SAFETY OF LUBBOCK YOUTH MISSING SINCE FRIDAY  ALL SOOTH PLAINS Intellectual and Religious Freedom for BEING SEARCHED South Is A,m of Urataans from Four FOR TOM BROWN    States Who Uiganize at Nashville  FOR CELEBRATING;  BOY HAD IDEA THAT  HIS LIFE WAS IN    fn. i.  DANGER    ^  HE HAD BEEN ILL  FAMILY AND FRIENDS AID POLICE IN EFFORT TO FIND HIM  Mrfitli*'!-“ ’In'* ''.iru«;. i ■ • ,,  ♦ it« v v. ¡Mi !«.;.<. , ./ , - . •,. > • i -  K»»n lb Plait-.*« ■    a : 'si'.  '«¿lull*; In ' In    ,    ■ Tlu.'v,  (t   Hr  M<  lit;  i i     Th< %“'0„ la', ni P    ress >          [¡.PP. X- \ lì — V    root    ellicnt      msi 'ie. >. i: i ! ¡imi        It.eJUl-      :ì*ì i o- ¡O'd by    -, .-•    ■i*ii ! a -      t ’n i"i a,, io:-,:-'.    • ii e.    -      ili! *»'.," •••■■ •- tileil        nil/      . ■ i, !• ' :<        î * *. '              ! i ! : I*      . !: -, s.ii-i    !'■    : ! e os.      ; )ìe -,r. i-i ’ i d"    1 II'    »• i ¡ : »      .¡li- n ,> \ -r*.        e- d \ •      i ! ? .,, ¡ i il-, t u !• : ni        ’ ■ > ■ '      : • -h:.- ini)» iii.e. :    i-i •    f t ne      u i 1 ìlei, v T- un»    S-Í--    v -      ti, ,.- ai'-e'obb    d >    a of      ■ ,■ w i'i~K’ii)thi'*rn    (• n    . t , ■ • !      ■Í ¡ji-,,.1 ,L_ fu* Ol    ■ ii.          t e j, of relis.'}'-U'-í Accent Science              , -, .'iji lli i    1,1 !          ;o -e ,,n -■> * < lï--ii i -    Tifi:«    .*. ;: n      an. -i a <*o- ! i'»;•-■    of ».    ,, " r *.     *f —  Grt«'f S*  ì I *. f.-!  Friday  FATAL STORM REPORTED  i RESERVE OFFICERS JOIN ! j PARTY; WILL FORM | i    CHAPTER    !  itrictions on Religious Work  ;  MILLIKIN WORE In Mexico Are Prodded in Drastic  SLA!N  WOMAN’S  Measure As buomtted by Lalles    ALLEGED  _______________________________.    < f’.y Thr Assin-iatrd Press»    j    ^  j m i:xit ■<> i Trv. .Mew. ;\ l)V  *;•—Aioxi-j  Bar This, Too ! ;r„    i   ?     I va-rsy 11 ( • t* <-ti !hi‘ ^o\I'nimont and  t   .4, ]    1 in,hi■ < -burch. lire made j  THEY HEARD SHOT  WITNESSES TELL OF KILLING OF MRS. PETTY AT NEW BRAUNFELS  GOLD STAR MOTHERS  ADDED TO CONTING .....  ENTS IN PARADE  ■f ;i!l ti , Plaie  T\ ,  Alii be h' Id .it >» ..!    o.duei.  il..-, i! f * : i Î * * *• . •  ¡ tua t ion here  i- • ! ' i - Î : « 11 t •  ■ : I-Í tie Ï : : i •  • i.’l t If, T  ! ( V, .  .•Hi- ¡«if -ra l>i \ noire 1, i i ' ! ■. President  1   rasi !i’ in .'I ili. s today  III i messa».*,., -"¡.iI>;j I.>': the |.residen; said i. ; 11 its wav in seal >-\vry î i >11] i in iif niakitlK ims.-dbi* cViistniK- in til' 1  present retrU-  !a ! i-hi-• and t“ iirepure tin- wiiy for rompi' aild abS'dUte e n fur, e n lell I O I  thi' i ■<-!:»: i ' - ' i I'iiii-i-s I.f i In’ . «»nstitu-  ew hill uhmil -  t hi' hill, j _  j.m-puHfl j MILLIKIN ASKED FOR HELP SHORTLY AFTERWARD THEY SAY  11 <  ,1 in  (ity 'riii- Associated Press)   1  Hji ‘K li AHT, Texas, Nov. 6—Parad-More Drastic    ' in«' a succession of «tar wllnewiM  I'.lll i <--"n:»cis all th»' ro- i urt-oHs the stand, tin' 1  slate today r * i i * ■ riuulaiiuns w hich . elicited testimony that A. V. .Miillkln. < ’a tholi* Kpi*oopate t«> J who is being tried hero for the murder |n !nl church ,on Ma\ ¡it    Braunfels, of Mr«,  an rcimmnlc. , VirKinlu Petty, of Kan Antoni«, wa* laity. The t sct-ii with tin* woman on thn night ot ’iii-it rigidity thf murder aiul that ho had a diamond . rin«' in hi« possession th** following: ih- ii> w hill; day which rc.Mf-'inhlcd r> rlnir worn by • : 111ff h is in | M rs. I **'11 > .  iii.n - Spanish  ;  Tho statu also pr<iduc«?d \vHn#*#we« ha vi' , v, hi, w-.stifii'd to hearing a shot near .11' rhuri'huK ; the si im- nf ihf inurdcr and to h«ar-'I’his i on- mt; iii!ci initicut effm-t.s to .«¡tart a. car li.'.i .in th>* • during th<- rf-st <>t the night. In thn :i. n uwn'.siers morning, one xvitnfSs testified, MIHi-ia i r. <■ .\u-\i - I tii a|>|»«Mred at a farm house and ■d Kuiii». mu- tn help him start his  The |,1 iet ime eau.sed t  m vier its i ? i * i 1  ■ s t1 -n-rvii'i’s ;fml restii I h ri it t Ì »> Í i'ie t ‘a ■ Ì :e lll'V. |>r(iVÌMul]>: !!!.•' -. nuinemus deiaii'-.  The milv |ii.»ii in !  tightens I i ie Jiri-S'-ü! r  .< e I, i i i ;. * ■ |n-VlliiMh:  -■)ieaiur:ir Imei^tl em '"■jests nr in inisteis fu !"r a ¡htíih! i.f six v  ■    ■.•s.M.iii i.- Ilia «le i ueelìte iì... a X r< l-lllel! t thaï Slieh i*i • i * : i. 11 V. ¡II te.u h .«¡id 1-fejM i e na ! I i a I is Í " take h \'*-r t heir J ii 11 ; <  Mid u! a six year period, v. h- n Itiey in u.st uitluirav,. At presee! le. t. • i t«!¡ mitiistei s .»re iunotionu»K in any  ■    huri lit'S in .Milieu, hfinK for !. i-M • :, !o d. vu limier the «•onftllUitioii.  ¡¡i alio! 'it-l scctinn. iii’iu \ I‘| . tie iew iaii piaees m t hi* saPie ea' e^i.i , a-% üiimsii-rs all layiiHMi who r-i i. 11.1111 i i î a t i o 11 s inni anrnnn’.at pi. ¡ form ¡jiiv ol th, ;  fiinetimis isieis and inii'sts.  tin  ■1 . r-  Osai H o  LAUNCH WEST TEXAS  Ab i    Giri CHri«i#rv# Ship Whdf  St*»t-<ord Qand St******  Aç c « m p-î n « m en t  itmi'ii'r ■ •' ! i ...ti»  The B g Paradf  ■ -iio-.i n a!« Vr. foina wi i ->/ie un v. e isn’t feti  PAID TO DISAPPEAR  Dickinson Says In HaM-Mills Trial. He Was B- bed By Prosec ut ion To Leave  .<< i.MI.UA II. With '■!!,. ; Court si.M-teli i ¡lie;. ..r Henry I- l'.e!>  Maid Testifies  hieiia lemnun^i. neKro maid at Mrs. t’etty’s residem'e. testified that MiUi-liiri. wh.i Miis known to her aje J. -I-■\ ;.laei;s. was with .Mrs. Petty on tho niuht of the killing, .she testified that ni .Mrs. iv-tty v.ore a peculiar diamond or rtut and that tin- rlnfi was missing ii- v,Inn fUe saw .Mrs Peiy’.s body later j in a tiinrtruf at New Itraunfeis.  .Mrs Nellie Sampson tCHtified that, sin- took MilliUin out to hoc 8om<‘ Ott land the Sunday rnornlnK sifter MT*. Petty’s ileal ii arnl that he showed her a liiammi.: rinjr similar to one she had seen Mrs. Petty Mfiir. MUIlkin, or .lai'ks '■lie s’iid. was sleepy, untidy a ml nervous and sli'iwed a desire tu iiiid crouds.  ¡e. h y  ioSI i  i h>  •nt  d by  ll oileT  il -..et u;  :-tte  • da > •ul  ip,  ft:  K»»t  i n »  Tir v ;í i-ti  T »... *1 îi'  \ e-  ? h-!. *  tiH'i  U\- ,• .  uf í * '  «ii'*.- 1   £} I WiH  t >;e)l  ■h  STRUCK BY FASCISTS  ONE-FOURTH CREDIT WILL BE GÎVEN TO BOYS FOR OUTSIDE WORK  all*.  •nt         < .< T<    ,,,    id,.-»    “i .*Ti i v *    Aÿ«-[t A«ri*r cao Ha*    Hat Knocked O^        ai.    e,«*»    > IO '.fi .'t ^-lìool t-to.S      ( ■        ,    \ ; i i • -iti,*    When H« F*i    * to Notice            i.-,.;- -i    a ü.,. - e.,; ,.f Ihe sea!      -,    -ud fio*    •'h    i»** ■- i    e s ,  r i    Pissinj    Flag    ' , :k         e ; r. ., n , t    . , f fjl.'ÌH !„ ,.) l||.          Mi-- P    ■i    Ja-s., ■ ■ t    MN'ik        -    d    K    Si ht"a a!    '. ’•'•* Te. 1, í'l» fe \-,          'f!*- <vs-t    ?    • ;• <! '    U-        ■J’-: - lir, t. lia.;    ■ 1     no'.Oe The    » ■' u! b, ¡ íVJ- tu ììll i-      Id    :e-i'- fiijn;    ; »».«    .•»*--.i if;.- ar.d    Ut h tu *- -    ■: ¡-a ’■ *»|. f.tî -¡1 t .n w    rro> e. i a tti.i, f -    ■ '        ... ». • '.    1 . oi.l»; tu r*          il,. Sta,    efe    'iS fili'tnetl'-, *    ,ìì\ìì, th*>    . . ! i * I    by a »tii.ii' 'd'    ‘        th» e ri., 1|    I      .-f    i* 1 1 i i'oii    !'■     ¡ . 'iai'ii cr^v.lP,    Jticit ef    1 ' i '1    a > 'd'.»!!;,: Sut'        \    ¡i 1 It 1 o.    I i*e by Hei.ui! I .      » t.    V. i    T.*r,    «ii ■‘•has;;},.- ,    u < 'on- -        f his hat to ,1 »« e..; ;« Icario d    r    1    • * - •' ¡O O ‘¡.¡bi: »1. ti;.  " Si 1 *1 T’ì-Ìiìi          M,..- 1 o        Vi, '.JO .. i    'a ,ih ,»    âi ¡t 'f,« «î«.<i.,.    ,-M t h ASW •    *■    , .s    * i o ¡    i !i *,id s \ i ’ < ì te a ih os      *11    •• - lilllt f    ■ !,i    l' ’,.        i 'lATKi* Pl:i>i‘ ie* i»>!»-nded to ir.nk«    it        •¡edit lu î    iit . h to> i          A P nui.    11    ifref-J.t.-oj ,,f    lit Whî     1  .Pii.! *t I    i the Kt-'UV i|" •            The    •leqio<'<*/nents          . I - 1 ■}».        v 'ailin'*.    e, întro-    ; 1,1 í t ISICili            i    ;<*W ue Si    s*.- (>i. a i. eil reipiire-      «1*    ,1.1 Ml***.    1,0    r        ; íü 1 lit 11. 'v ii.' 5" <    5 >«--»s ‘dd did    Ul    -ni    -• wlii-’h tie'- «ei.iuî muí;' meet In          ......    -    - ■ ......- ....        * Itit off b«> b*»t « ida    ilii't'i, i s ! . ne K    or    de.    Ivi >et:eìVi    t in erfdì! :          DENV    -GOLDEN FLOOD”    »i«-t «ta* any ih»;.; S -.i    d.ie’i e eue ttinVi        S'il    !V *»¡t.    ni the «'»ul meetitp.’i'                  . . .        i hit ¡'if hí<* hat wliil»* anoi.her .tuck    of    . ti    e : • .i ¡ uìu    ì<t he .Ittendciì.          a X».    >:i,i    î’';*.? W    .! 1,1V.    - Mia in 11 <. tempi'' .V    r» K.in !»t»»iuted        i:v    ;l'V T»-itd>*»-foot Seoo: insist '„».SS!      I    ,» • ! tie-        !• ••f"" •• •! litte    r i^nm ft hi< i:     !  '.Ui.t a -■ Ilei. | •• •te. t ---. i la r-    <>u!ted in th*- te    • H  ni    li    ift tivù uf h. not ave    the t *11 HUb.U- a • > b-lt tivn ,*a¡bjeets          *,; I. H »’    tmr    feti •• !V.|I‘,1    A» i/'iti-i    .    .......... t    i».t    li    lo,■>nh o ( i    h‘- H! - oí!.: i-i.t'is li-M'      •    * i Ì (! f.iti    i ata*. h.. i «i    '»j V‘, is        i        h i?    h'fl etjrit    mu-' *.|nm xh v  e\,tiu-      .1,    ...I ,lil„        * •!' tu .t.-i.-.i    hlm in    COTTON BALES    HEAVIER 1    m    •! .*    ■«inued un*    i tu ! :le* tl.iìi h< I' i'M',1      In    1 ‘  1  • id 1    Il 1    i n¡ e. b, -a i n*-    • ci        i    M        •» • I! -,A the ’, o,.¡. -u, , ■’ li      p.    " f  l'i«'    K. ¡1    Pi (»ruh» íjiie    t'« ou r.    VP.\V tlULC.WS. X    .V e. heej-e. j            -! y *H'( funi    ela .s ont ItilISt ji'i*.,-?      e>    , i > >'I*K    ei    U ’5^*vli.«fH (Ufld    -. t i p.,j    la, > H f: i il 'te . : i    lie Xe« Orleans j    ai    b    .»'•t |t»,t i    I t !’ e f.* i >■ < llliler --i      >, *1    t t f -t l a y.                -i; 1 \< h ‘«»fie - 1 It! •    udii N ill It *1 II' ■    ea    >i    neu,ih on    !»,•■! tir.v.t ■■ bl ••■,'■' test                      i    i,o ot :înt t 7*u, .;•!!    ».lb > ’ f  1  <*! Î oit :        ■d    Híj» i'.,r»i    '■i.o-viui; fhe date, tt.      M    PS GREGORY HATCHER    DIES j    h'ii.i:. d y t i'..t|'i'!'>    •mu e'Tof's ihr    be    allowed thi«    crei III.                      •    Mi-si.'.-U'M. ^'ht*>. 't-.',    1 ’1 oinotic ri vers '        Kv    'V firs! <    la*-< w.'init niusl tal.e      A    ! .'Ti V '1    '■wi S”\ <: ,r<    l r« H . f    uv* riami t*» Ainerlcai    nom'.tf-iel'H-«'rs '    »•ne tnei It bad^e **a<-h month dut itn;      ii »    ;,,* e j i.|(    tlf'.    4S>. Wife of    Ktnts    ■HtP ltb e{ lia* col 11 i¡    belt dnrlt:^' tbe    th    • J    ear          't *    ,«"o ■ . J!    ll !.    •r tiled Ht S't    D.tvld'ü    I'l.'i.tlif. of AUfiUr-a, I-    < trtoher, ht * j        ■:<.»    rv fl.iirh»    .-■'all! musi pilis 01V'      Hi    ¡(Ma! he» e    a’    ! a * ii loi k Hatui-itay    elusi 1 , e. shs> Wed an . t v <•    ».i» *s»*ii;hi per j    lì,a    i it    b,t due >    t\ M.«i months; to re.      ■ 1    j, 1 Follow ¡ti«    a lour day    illiir.'H    b,if* uf ttn/ ,,tf    i i»nl 1 •: ‘’^ -1 ici ]    t o        ' hh' one- fi    ni ih 11 edit l'iieii y***»!*      ro    II ini'.le».    a a    * 1 JUW utnotihi.    i    p.* tli- *1100 («- . l,i    Ml V1*X1. 1                ___________ ..     ’.he  I tf‘>ad m a y I" t he !•. the .ithktic field « iv *" trrnm «¡SI hi* he).'  Tis».* h'iidinji oi i-'nid/at i.ir p.'!.id. wsll tu- the South Pi:,  !. * til»' World W.it. [Jit t f i< tiit> wf ih»*    T  1,»1 enih ye. the t,,.M Siar m.  i ■ .■»< < nt - the fire depart  1  ••*;> I iw Kirljs. tiiiv i.uM s-    Iialfd, tile    ■ ro-JS,  • ! atiis of l.ul-t'Oei . fhe i ,;:liiu;i‘k, tbt- i-i" ¡.¡■•■'.ii. I  ! i;M.I" h. the „¡,1    .,f .  . ;:■! *>* ii-'i- oi «.'¡i.ixa iPin^ I h m-. and iu-on .d'.talrf,  Tech Students March  l.'ach «if the tone si-liduli- a!    '.he Tm1|  •> d! have a fl...»t.' the s-ho,,!    ,,f a,irri-etiPure, the Hi'|;,.i;d ,if i-?it;ir,in^, Ih-'-  m ¡"'ol of limr.e ('i'.inmnl. -    and the  BORDER SQUABBLE  ASKS MRS. FERGUSON TO PROBE LIBEL SUITS IN LAREDO AGAINST MEXICANS  Airs. I : her bielle r.' iioo'der cha  i olii UleUr.l  V/.ai lai.  le. cl.isinff ;  e S i . i 11 1  í [¡le St a Uli "í  mail, toi ni'*r X*.-" Jersey  st • o i ult; (n i he î eia !  SI e \ e ¡ i .v Mal!.! Henry ami Willie, ti«- more iban four ; o lestit'h d that I he ; i,ni som-nme ¡iros .  FLYERS IN LUBBOCK  Morris Aviators Are Touring Country in Interests of Municipal ir Fields  tin a seven mouths  d Si.-ti.% hoo.stin  A t'STI \ , Te.\.. N.n. if Hbei .H^ainsit Perm  k hi.-ih !  ( ' ;i ' If'-  ii ! ’i lix .iiid ! loffmai». ’M,*.vieai! immigrant  ■.... ii 1^1 r . . a ^ s. i,, ! >• tí I ,u I . . í  1 ., h ie 11 ,'ii e lo he  ut al«* «>{ ' heard in the disiiact court in Webb ahn-}.: (if ce.u-a! ' h.miJi, : tic K ell  tuur of tho t'nit-municipal fly in«  e, u'a.r of Somei .-.t e,.utit >. paid him , |'ie!,].>. .Morris fliers are no will Lub-ot i .a>, e jv.-w Jersey .vln-n h"; ¡, uc | ;  ¡ or a  „tay of several dayp. They was etij;ai4ed, in April. 1923, in inves- ;  (s(l .., | tu r«*twru to their home in Lin-! ¡¡ia! in*.; th ( . slayimi of the Rev. Kd-i    N.*hr:(--l..i, the I liter purl of May.  ward Hall and Mrs. Kleanor .Mill«.    [ xi,,- . n.njiuny ¡.i e,uupnned of nrmv  ■........ - ------ ------------| ots tfuriwf* U»*» «urJd v .*r, Wf*. 4?. At  !’j 'u111 rind ¿Sdwa 5 ^ 1?. ¿loore, tofetft««' j M-itii Moirlh who ia salesman for the Houston Man Drowns While Trying to j I-io;'"!;, Standard Al.vraft cumpaity-RetHeve Decoy Ducks    I    »»* an V*». <*w»Pri»e  Last Sunday  FIND DEAD HUKfElt  wars  i.a uses ol pro- • Ut , ' tu Pa. ssafh.ir. ret :t ry • it f-ta to ¡ V\ a '-ii ot;, i p. S'. ,.”ui ed (ii'Vt'ni'.f Miriam A. Ferguson S.a!;n<la.\    ;  He lequesu.'d an ju\es;j^ation I.,y I the star,- UMvermiient ami s he err, ■  •'i ¡’ I";:* .-phed l);s;t jet Att orney Jnlm .  <’ N'liU : : I," I < • i • tu    ; the juat-;  Mexico Protes  ,\i i’-mcii n araln.-.vii I.-1I ».res of lib. S née d and the ae¡¡on V'illìs in IIhh im."  id.-! “liiolesi.i  e wholly unti of pijiftvle.t ■ st ia.tn.stitut-.'s pel SCI,' Î11 ion of  ioc;: <itiiu,-d tin* ; ' ’    , .  . , , '    parunent. he  m «- i. o.-^rarn     01V J   Repentent Embezzler at Houston .  Must Live Exemplary Life from Now On, Give Money to Wife, or Go to Pen !.   1  FIRE HALTS 'HELLO’S 1 '  I    ■    ^  | Sherman Bt.ize Cuts Off All Phon*  i    Communication for 3,003  iiixd of lllujVa! arts. The e; t d. ts at the j  s cr *il!cf.:i- will me.eh in uniform. The -tui.Vetits util fns'uj a httn'»‘ fiati tisintrî '|¡  ■oSored eaps to help the effect.    i¡¡,  The ho.H|)ita-a, are i:o-o|ier«1 inj; and | f,ui:  » Si! enter ¡tndni la tices with ntirsi.-w in ¡    ,.h  h" parade «iviiiK ¡he effect ,,f Ihe I  ;! jnntanee o*’ hi mi rjienc.v ,itrl,til:,tii'"s rnsbini: to and í    officiaci” K>  -* ii-'Kii tie 'i.mi dm ¡m. the w.li    . u. ,  1(   Itoîh tin. i.ítbboelí hu.’h school banil^,, i    lau l''ei ti'-  ..it ! hi- Til -I Mud will lu in ?!|e I  ( ; u .    IVi-m'm," u it . . S-.-i.iaiy  ’’  ,M, ‘    I Ivellox;,: thaï she war: hi»vim; the iliat-  Led by Officials    j , rr     ted It ovu .mt of n...  I tices (i{.»ited s  about the international I britlke dtislim at s o'i'lock. p. m„ which j were pritued in ¡i Monterey, Mexico, j neu spa per, the reason stated heim.; I lìmi a cet tain person was operaiInç a Sr.. ami pr;,rti.',m ,wv Menl-r ; ^arublm,.' !,..use m Lat edc  •■•tilled the ehnrnher ol nimmnvo ti.nd !    ...........................  made reservation in the paritde for n f:ir ur a float.  .VlthnUK'h <*nly a tev. nierchantv httve eall.-d and si^nlfie.1 thf it- Intention of Chicago Raid Gets Nine Pints Of haMiiii a th’ut o, a t ;u. j h.i ire r.um-j Liquor From Lockers of Cook her of tin* ■■firms nrc e\pected to entvr i the liijr im ratte. A mimher of th^'mer- j  eharit« will enter tindecoraied cars flU('AGO. Xnv « kA 3 )  I It 11 ' ST< > S S11\ *; I,Pi—Finlierimm  late Sr«tiii'dafuur.d the bod' of Kll-P Malis, of Hoti'-Um. on the bench near t îl*llïJ^T>n Calveston bay.  .Maris wa. Ills, rst    liuntinp  casualty. 1. , . tlrowned early last Sunday mid-way between lied Fish beacon and Anahuae while iPernpt-  infj to i el; ie\ e deCuV thick ■«.  etiulpment. They carried    y **.  a«:!)j{ers during last HUvnmer in the state of Mictiinun-  BUREAU GAINS  125 e i.v* Members Added Since October; Overstreet of Lubbock Reprots  DAN MOODY EARNED BIT  OF $390,0*8.27 FOR STATE  Mayor Pink 1, Parrish. ('hi* f nf Puhee T. I’ Mae and oilier eity »if-f Ml- «III be .üistu a illuminent pince in tin* parade.  The automobile deah > - are re-pond-  At’STlX. Xiiv fi. t/lY While attorney getnrrat, l)an Moody, h.'is paid the i mwi'Si", of tin iiitn'. iicv central's de-,-h left a eusli balance ioni the fees earned  '•inci ted, according to  >rt beinn eoinpileil for  COURT HOUSE BOOZE  Telophoncs  j SMn; M\\. T< \.i:-■ \..v 0 i^V-AIll ! (■ 1» phon*- ,~t ¡ i, ¡e, was hit'11 uptofl in- > In 1*> i fuv whit h stnrted in the at- j  lh- <d' Hie ttuildiitw nei upiotl liv the j lelrphiine eMhii iimi* l.a-^s s< e*i|ipi ( iti>(l ! , ;*t  v li'.ntm. Afme than    telephone»  County Employee«  Í -»»decorated ears : i’HK'AGO. Xov  Sime«‘ih*ed <  XitHt j inj.; fn  (Continued on Pape 8)  ; to show that ¡hoy  prohatiuii.  III»! >!T< >\ Xa    *“’ 1 ' L P.ov  el| lonvrer n.slslaat « asldet of the 1-'HU tiltil;«I It'll,K <■( Houston, must I Util nor .ill of hi" me!,-i ti '¡1-, wifi *"irn iimkp nmu'h!\ .o.-i.untlnw n> hre on aj| rnoni'v he oariih <md spend 1 ' '»ml niiifit Uve mi »««mPlar>' lift» "noi  to rt*de»'in ldf> char.icfei nnd hl« n.Min , lint t,* jtfiUi. IditiM'if un esnmplr  'f « Isrlu iivtntf und honor rnlh-r than d*i*hitnor ” ,  Till« |j» parr of the .-f-ntence itnpused  *y J udite Oi MutelH'uftn eti tli" 1er*  >*>r h*«nk*«i‘%4 when h t . nnpemcd he* ft' biin i>t federal court Hi turd« y fur titipee frit' u e,liat‘K* «f «inhrssnHnK  M* Of tyu^iMWk.  *‘p «tldUlâÀ    wo*t r<S*  • rote, ei-i c hc.s>"*e d tm ,T defrmdaht In j M’c otti i*f eonin'.nnli iMon. and nil lojij; | I ■deer;«I t'»Ul t, Jndfie lltn«‘ho«m nei»- j «tietanre    I L  ,    -............... rili'Ce hlttt-  wlth .slutift lieiirlc.ii tin* firm n.imes ,i n .,i t. m p|,,ye<s of t'i.ok tAuiniv. walt-cit-i/pf'Si^injT ( mj.; for the eloek in the tux extension | office id* th,, county clerk to mark Itfjih | neon and the entl of their week, .lump-• ed from their desks ten minutes ahead 'of time ioduywiu-n a d<m*n i»whih!-j ’“¡Hon ¡ijfeiits raided the room and ex- { U/CiTiiro *    • j tr.-ieteil from three lockers which line !  WEATHER    j ! t he wall«, nine pints of lira tidy and i  i i Kiiurhnp whiskey.    j  j Interest in the Texas Farm Bureau ; cotton association ia KiUninii and 125 j new members have been added to the ! orjinnizatiou .since October J. The ot-i¡:b'.at ion in laibbuuk and HpcHIey I counties represents ov*r 5,GOO bitlei!. j ll. K. ()\erstrect director of the as?  ! sueiation. Will leave Monday for- DRl-I In>5. with ¡1 dice«, tor of the Pedigreed j Semi I .reeders" ussociatiutt of HUttOn. j tir i'iit<*r int.o asri-s’aneJit i-oncernitis i the ¡iremium on k.utfj »tap ie. n i*>  ] st:Ipiof the Ureeiters 1« of the befet i variety a i:d is jiinncd in an exclusiy^  ; «in. Met'*b. I., of the farm bureau her»  believe that a i.;ood |iremiuln will be  ~ - -    | paid the breeder» provided they elite)'  laiS A X< I r.LHS, I'aht Nov. i; i.-pi •, the orutuiizatioti,  --'¡‘lie lOxaminer says Airnee Semph: '    ------------*——:-----*----  McPherson nrul her mother. Mrs. Min- I HEALTH OFFICERS TO MEET nie Kennedy were made defendant« I    —~——  in a $1,1)0(1,0110 MJU vhai-Kiiur liable [ Al'STI.X. Nov. U t^V—The annual filed here today -l>v Mrs. Vifla KhrihnH j meellnu of oi*unty «ml city health oft of t i.-tkland. twin k is ter of Mrs. l.»»r- * fleers- of Texa.** will lie held In Au»-nino WiHeman-Slelafl, eo-defendaiit i tin November l'3-l'*», |>r. II. O. S&p-with the Anselus Temple leaders (u J pmKt«m. utate health oificwv an-  and .1 uii. mentine biennial n tiio governor  SUES AIMEE  ■l ini ina I etuispliMcv e.harj  i rioni|ee,| sai Ul day .  Woodrow Boy Loses His Uncle in Wilds of Lubbock; Went Out to See thè Tqwri Mislays Relative; Rescued by/Citizei»  erned iMwell to a ter uiof fonr ;te»r« j    —----------  i Jy-iiw-inv-rtl: peiulP»»il;irv ,»nd then , COAL. STt^ÌKE PEACE    • oeralure  •    iMjiended the    (em, /or fûv,    PARLEYS HITTINQ SNAGS i  •    vtfrtri».    . I    -................j  Tli pi ivii« dofie," Juiljre I Ipiehos-on ; l,t)MX)N, Nev «:. 0V>  lAiboek Weather’ • Maximum tern-rnlttiuium, ÍH5, Llwht  irosi.  j We«t Ten»«: Sundny utul Momlya, e.po 11 •? y O' j    i.iuitdy, cooler in the Pan  -ttid. "he< au'!'' il uppears io he the ¡ tisitlons are prlvim.: the Government, f J* 1 ?    'm' w'i' , *  totnt thut th.* dffeiulem Mini hv «nr» ; mi,ieri«, und coat min,, owners eonsld-  ,,n, J uuv     ,  cHder of nit th,* property aim h\ u due : et-Hhlii oViuhb*, A prolon^d cabinet I     t l’ u  l  n  ' V ! ' n  ,  AIon ' in   wenw <d’4«Ti«me and dUfrruee whjeh hbr ftipneH tmìjiy followed hy a onl’vr* í  ,>< “* < ,v>    yOU   ndnct h«H br,mfht ii(Min hinSt In epee of the mine* invfti'tv witli tin* k«v- I  11,1  wiurt** on the s*,i.t>«t  all likllhifod will In the rutnr»' er.n-duet hin«Hi*lf ;iä it law*m»id1»K *>ntl )rionr«i  ( 'it|jtf>n."    , ,  Walhu'i* ti'Uary. !>»“• • I«. Novh-ivovihj*. i|iid .lohn A- Klkhn* weit« ap-|M>ijned livrole offlc.'tH fr>I* Mr- PoW-  t*l!    five -year peHott of tils  oniment «nd urtother mnferetu-e of the miner,s and trmln. union loiifji^'H^ with the (jroveKuneni left pifl Hern ill tie fid-Vrtnwd from the ¡loidtloíi of lanl night and It ,í«ppeítj*M cet tntn^ that pen ce i» not likely before tho end uf the next  W«ak,' * V, -'J - v? •*.' tór, ** - m  New Mexico: K;th‘ Sund« y a tu «lay, nut munh ehanjîe ln temp» 'Arlisoim: Fuir ¡Sunday ami Motnowlmi cooler Sunday ns tiin. -Oklatipfri#; Sunday imirilK '.    topfyr  •vm  it  ' * .1-^:  CANCELS OIL RATES  Now^Scbedulc Cut Out By I. C. C„ ys Special nepcrt to Fort  Worth Newspaper    i;  Curl Newton. H-yenr-old hoy, v\h*> jiootl metti min«led with kind re* ides in th«* \\ - o..droM eojumnnit.y |, ,*, liri(1 ,  ft . om    lt ^ w iy  n ,ado frittili  r«*mh of Lubh|i<*;{, M»ent »»evei'ul lmorr    ...v -  ...    , , . , . ,    I ehotnífed i»i» fn«i«l - WfMÍPwííjW'' ••  :   Saturday wondiM'inK Just whnt wmild  1     - /    , i  , huppen to him next. Ile fimo to town  1  ** iUV  whether    ever-  arly in the day with hl« tinelo, who j after you arc not, $0. nr*' •$*$*’  told him to sèt ont and see the town. | man n*k*’d.    wjll 'look  1 1 * «l«!! libili tu    Milk 4,11111. fft.'t' mi* IVI » !l< 1 “»"'H    ■ f    .  vvtOiTM vin- ft    v,»,,,, . liuvl looktd it over'from one emt to over anil then yoi»    'h  lii "m z    'r ■**•>w  Of ol! I’mm Xortli Texas. Ì  sf,ui  ' Vf ’ n ' lw ^ «bota tome.    drive down aM »«« >><>«• ^.n®  MiPsiHslppt ri ver croHWingK !    had h*«l hl« unete,' und pò i?nt* ¡ »t'Hoin»,** li« «iMiMrwJEjI  ted by the Fori Wtifth commerce and the N'orth letup tilt,file hitrcnp, wer«? (bo    -ertmiri**»*  tprday, Kay>t a WiinH 1 * h t« the Stat-T«Jc*friMW.  ueemeil to know him.    Jn the &y<i- At ;  ft p'tfloek thfi I .  nlnfif he apiM'<Mtch«Kl a  1  ioo«l citdisen    b««n len^t*4«' thtw#«;  and lurtweon »ob# told hi« «fctvy. • tte    b«*n • timn took>hih» to Vv.^cAr<Q,oiKiÉ)9ht .HM  pupp«V »nd told him not, to worry. AW    mt   ö     *- -'*•  r  ' w r« 1   »Si  Ml   

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