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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - November 14, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 TWO BIG PAPE ONE EVERY SU<f¿|Í MORNING  VOL. .*>, NO. 12  D.L  THE SUNDAY AVALANCHE-JOURNAL  A CIRCULATION COVERS TÍÉÍ SOUTH PLAINS  FORTY I’ACiES  LMJHOCK. LIlitMX'K COLÎXTV, THXAS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1920  PRICE 5 CENTS FEB COPY  •mrnmmmmm  AVAI  \ , ______________________ _ ...................  PLANS P 7 ':i? iH>R ! Back for Triai rHEr  IN CITY  MRS, 411ÄHITWOOD WILL AGAi?* ¿HAVE CHARGE OP BIG SCHOOL  CLASSROOM READY  TEMPLE ELLIS BUILDING BASEMENT ARRANGED; PRODUCTS CHOSEN  K^tjythfRg will be In 1'M‘lip*« for •im    C f* it •? a-c.i>al  (Xiijk !iin i-ohnot,    <•» M ¡>  ld~i *‘htt*'”o<5 mttbniaiiy kiit.wti rui iharv ♦*»«*» t, tomorrow    u'  n't k/rK 1» tb*- b«*» wtiii of tli*; Tew -pie lillbi buUdlnjr*• A jit***», po ' «rid* h will I*? arrang'd Sir», e1tit"«*»d « pio*Jel kltt'hi’ii. and l«*t wiifl SOP «fid *.<sa chair* f*»r vi«»titi» 1 »-li«.*» have be«*i* plan*» <5 tn the ha-* ¡¡< t thfi Hftlla have been it ■!«»•■ .rdlt <1 *kU :«U »i*bv» i»<>Sntls».*n it** ha 1  i* ..mj.    \ ,  Mt *. ChH<««•>•') -    l k.‘ t * n tttil  i*r .inf»i ’,«• in i'Ul) »*\ i ‘ ¡1 A \'i«.* • •r--i ! !oMfl' i •(,<>. run ’».ad bt fiiii*!'- |  r’,ij    i Ufa «(' i «.*1» *'n i th-  1   • iij*I ‘anl*- ruMii*.***i f*;    Hix !  f ii"    i iirt a*,*l I *. i* M »»*» ii t  .■i.ii Am:-’ < r. i.> ¡i ,     1  ■* f*om tb»»,  } 11 (    'ii , >ii/rn trtif  i;Bottled in Barns, Aged in Woods, ¡‘Corn’ Dresses as Imported Goods:  ¡WOMEN ADMTT THEY “SJ“«.'¡¡Sr 1  MBS KBWVAL 1 KILLED DALLAS MAN  He Met Marie  IRA CROS3V BEAT THEM WITH BRASS KNUCKS, THEY SAY; THEY SHOOT HIM.  :iU'd 1're h'.  .\-o , . 13 .V-lra HMi.n proprietor.  COPS FIND FINISHING SCHOOL FOR HOME MADE LIKKER  AH the 'Scutch" doesn't com, from s. I'l.-inf!—run by si. loti({ .«hot. Lots»    ■'—■* ■    i  of *ir-  iH  made right her<* !:i Lubbock. METHODISTS CONSIDER PUTTING and th<- boys a«!Dtit that n i.s the “real SCHOOL AT AMARILLO;  SH-r -only ,, ¡»¡n't.    NAME COMMITTEE  If v«,u bave been drinking "Old '    —-  T.->v!,,r. • -p.-ter Datveon.” “W. H.     (,iv  The Aesociated Pres.“'*  \{rHr;' , .| ^ < vdar Itrook.' and “I-'^nn- I CHfLDRK&S, Texas, Nov. 13—The syiviuiirt live’ the uhancv» are you Northwest Texas M*thodi»t confer- ' ’•■••ft drink 'strriij Ivav*' hi t*n f onsuminK yum.‘ vory l.um j ence in  ' h, ' hs1ot1 hrr ** dovotttl tit*’ <-n-luiiitv north of  -  thoiivih htcUly flnvor«*!    that * tlr< * aftf*»'noon discussion of a retwilu*  ?o. <>lv  j, r ,, vv(1( j ¡,, „ ¡< rr osone nil  1 ,ion  to ’ lnv**»tl«rnte t;iaroiid«>ri colics:  h uf two vt.ijt!,; <    n! tinu 1 «  ■■'•i« ’V.ioi.vd t>\    .i.-j  ti.iv.    1 h< nil ■,*•<! in;;  «ita <)\.-cJoy, 21, on«» of di. .i v. ritten KtiiK'in» ut. «<unv cflt-i.'iN. ihftt sft.-  crtii. Tlio bottle vu •- th<‘ riRht shîtpç i dotoirnfnp uhcthei th<" roUf'^o ttf and color, tliéi table and j-'tfimp looked .  at  t-lnr*-ndon or not  h;, v. .in.si  ^ rí'.ó.tiytof }U¡. . .Mfn*rì lì. K.tU h •;«>i/f- k 'it;i(*ti»!VStmi Hcr<‘ ’•*-    i  Mw»»* íí?'Í^»j |,iä<    1 ' ‘ ‘‘ *'•«  \t frvii* itH    'Ick; ••  i S-» • ■■ 1.'.- :■ li hwi> ! , .-I iti- i, Ti , imhHì- O't.-# !i«r ‘-'¡.il Í t > t i;,si    fi t i't ¡ ii.», wslh  L f> ■•<}.., >; i, i>'tìf íiií<>. :»< 't H.iìt' i.ii ' .    ¿ ■■  •<) 1    f .* >•    V    .M  •t<  .1 f,  *•**• »I. li tk ' <  LEaON GUESTS OF NEWSPAPER MONDAY  IT"! !'*!  >*3 !'U ''  r < / -  At  : iîf -,  to  /| )•., * ;« .t ‘i. ' . , i 11 *-*i i*« U . i * P * th\ ;  COME AND CST it." SAYS CERALO SMITH, PROMISING SLUM GULLION  '■    , ■;.! K-! U'     -h.,’ 1 Vi    •fcb.v níií r    li' i».id beaten tier    r u ib.'      ■*.-.*»> or:    ■uns Wm:c».'«    es ¡Jí r f.M.-n ixaC    . ¡,,i..      ’ .;« - » ~    ;>*>,! iuc«iü i    iii'tm. off>'.--.-rt- said.    '*•*», i*          C arrted    Pistol          A¡r** 1    « i, ¡ ■ ¿ ’ s Mar    J ;*-*!' i ili:<. .lì, tin 1     M ■ ÌÌ!      i,* jí- r .    .¡/¡•ir. ie-t.i.    i-. ;i<5 ar»'» j.te.1 im-    re.-!- iti      i Kiiiá!. ;    • > f;* •.- *ím    HÍ¡«..>tínK' by í'nji-     !  Who :■-      •-.libi»- i    , í 1 f , •, ¡ í -. «    vho *:,-i ;•! fi l ï. - cai-    latinu      ■-ted a    1 i'Mi    ai ai nt; ttvo empty    a 1 t 1 1 ■ ■ r      »beli . -,ij    «    i 00 b* r ij-'h when    ioti ■ 11      Yhf V :r    i I»? < :    4 f ? 0*1 y.    aed i*.’      .títf- *    »s --ri*".    - *iu*>!»*tl a« i.iimi:    H.-..?.      'i i. i ; -i •    a.* Mr.«    H< iJiiiîij: 0 ■■ !o-    11* • */* j      ; » í ;;    1 h 1. , i i i n '    ■ ’.i ii'i » hen ‘ 'r<■t i  ■    ii’iiri ! .'1      ; ^ j¡!-.    • .* j • ir    .11; ' . >iii ■ it.!»*' lie    111 ‘ ;i      «.■'iii. i    ■ - ! .    tb»- *-.ir tfiliUK    t * ; pa y      h.-i :v    .•s'* 4-*»;?;»í >.    > b**;»t. iter to i,i»-ath.    Í H 1 i.t** !      ber Ma*.    •:.**' *tt '-ont    mo*-I When nho          reí t;v» ,j    ■ ■ ■■ C-.> • ’ ■    li'c <-nr. sia «aid.    •»ii ill      1 " r• *;ii .    '■ÏÜfM'i !<!'    plat-*' ami .starteit    ¡;-1... •          -0.(- SIM; f    >i*«t novi-rat iiiio'S.    , î to uni      *-i¡. > .    . Íilh'r    h id i».-*‘*i k ii,m l.-i-.i    .1 ' ? 1*.     Amarillo would likp in have the Hchool, it wrt.s liroilKhl out. but will ; make no offer until the eommin^ion ;  Vou attributed tlmt ! actH u,lon a  ' íhílníít '  of  loe»tIon, The |  i conference voted to oppolnt a commi«- j   1     ¡T í”? ! »»On of fifteen to report to fîUho,> |  i Afoore by March i    Í  t  At iho inornii»« s*^8ion ttu* ïhs*uïu- j  n«hy  Vi .».*• Si ij;  ‘¡i. •••! • ..II! -I»-. 'j'iitdi l*v  »t'bï.-n t h*  11,< <*,- < . ! ' i I V-ti nir.l. «-Î •* - j., . n»it o’  r,M,  Tn* i-  •  Ik 1(1  ■ • i.-iiif. ,,,, „  , ’l> I « ll-l ),.  *    ■ • .. i ?r t t  ■•frmtitt.n H<- ii¡«*  < < ;i If'* l"Uli i t,,  ;»M Hm’ti),  • - * * t*‘-* «M ,í n* i *i,  » «# I • t it ! .4 «-Í »•  Lor  SCHOOL BURNS  St»*- Sch»oi Hsus# Noftheast >f F!c/d4dji it Oestroyed By Fimacs  tin-  'him-'  HK-yt .• •.  i*îfjt»pc‘ ¿*>n  • ' tie  « a.  it., b .lour-  ¡ >v»» ! Wt li  ii.- ;ort*  SHERIFF ARRESTS SON  0o*rt*n Father Nab* 8u»t«r Roberts 1  tn Connection with Shooting of Thf#«    Nur Houston  S.t. .-. (..ii !.. Ihr S -, a  ri.OYf »ADA. Nov jtìk fu'■ w;t M'tKlri.  Siitr i ur '3 -, b >'*t  nil'll (...• ¡i'.-;,«» .  ‘..i ;• »mniltii, Th»  -•id unti) it wii.»  ■ C « tí«* eijulpmeiu •!1*- of tío- best in .. !u»d at llv.t100 • ;>;i,\.\i:nn!> !> Í.M ■11.’•*)*» !¡t‘-¡>: n;  Joani. •-i'll !     d*>* • t    •oye»? til    e liOlii-      i-ui;.:    in«, tv--    afy on».      .,i ! 1    oy. taita    Thur« •      Hie    u'a» '«Kd    diH.-.v-      ;"¡. t    to vi    ivr f,.n\      Tb    .»■ btttldii    f. ii w -•,-.      the    • »Milt V .1    ;|>,1 wa*      Ti    i » total    U.t» ì;-          > l'I* Î e.    Ì >.\!th     iji if i'.•:.•;• viii^K ì •iiatti.' •.i-t< .!  « th<-  ili*' Lui«bM-U ail.-Kci t.. ;•••! >'» 11~  liquid  eou my.  i .........  . \ , Ir ! V» . .  '•b-vM it  A'< *11 .i'm'itJ :»!*»•'/>•! ».*» rn r>r> »is >»: t’. Ge w o rt e «1Í5 he fiven aw.iv liurifu Hir < itrto«*    mill  ■    • t •• ¡K*    .VM.jSy i.!)  ' ■»* Urn ¡til *■ -!i)r.*■ i  •»•*»(j-.rí t ifsb> v ii¡ tn- ,#*<• J i i-?r Ht** |»rlír* 14*dt»'* *f<  11>.;■ u>«    i»fvvti#<  }•«•»• >♦'    .;»»(, ,“t«,»f Mu  ■    »-■. u tiny n.    til'’»  '*■ jfl til*  ■ ?  1  tif ptU»*.  Scbowt to L«*i 5 D»v*.  *1 i:-» ai>-i)*Kd,    *vll5 •>■«!»*  •* ncji : fn»yr : »    »>i*t /• “!! »'*<  *W>-<$u* •*.'» Tinjit»*-•J.i»    » ri4.<y , f*  •'••■>. nfi *»,!••»} t, ;it>' vm>' ’ '¿V Mi*  U*t |ir»MlM-l»-, i<. (,'■«• e b hit-  > ) ;t .-. ímj«.’ >' -nvntf«fit <*»%«*• rt«— \rS! t>-i .1/ ii - h' j d ’.rum tí«* 1    'iiturt'  -‘■fi 1  -* t  Mí'tíeí*,*»'- Util ter «¡.'i l *■    ¡?¡  óf *.f 111*' • MVd**» * hii- * tí i.    »«<1  w>U ».on'' ir«*n tho \  •i«o ■ Alt «K-íi»» iwf. .«I«rltl (*<t»w from Hi*-    I’Mckftijf eviüi*<ay.    ¡¡..¡.j  in   ¡.o* :¡ í»-^«’n »'h«!#«*!» pwvkin*’    •  i!í»> II)* LuMkh'R i^rult ;»f.U VeytxM»-«  »■»tiH.Mt>)t *iH fwfV,|»»H fniH* i«n -! iiii/if« «1f<'iI *n »t**i iS«*mutii*lr.n e»n* of ‘ be < xjwm Aladln'tt nuttoruut ♦-«••Hid.  NtKM»r Hi the I’ttif *}: up ;*r»l t'.-Kitfief l;.iV nu ¡«»«'..it'f, i.nvir «ta*< b •■> r. *►*)< ».:?•• 1 r,>  Mr-- i’llltw.»«}    r-r »,    l»e;'«  U,'!it <‘4 »it float tn Hi ¡iin* !>»• uted.  1 to- Urt-    n( th,- Wvm«l: ‘A i;...-  b»<s*n * Htr ihn e<jalppvd w ith «•!«’<-trI .  ejl ¡ "frl^itfttori, Mt». CbU* 1 "-*! will’ ni,'»*.»' a 1 omplete tiu»j,n<ii.irt -\i ih<  kt óouis^iíiv *i«d w’tii ;■> («.»;.,    . .. ,    .    ... . ...—  t„ !h.< »»db-* wle> m«,»l her  f  h-v» ■    V\>dnei*4«v rtlftbl. raid in whu «. the **■  ltiU     ^uumuúih ¡  mhU) ,  «.,*u*«»nltitf th« pftfity »«i itoiü.üiíif' '    w*«'e <*h«t lo death «he ¡i*-* 11 “-*    •'t*>a Mmust S, J»|9.  OÍ (I .. prwduet.    _ iranch utiU'«*« r.ew  t -v:'.t»-tit'e''‘ inl t?> *'  u ' n  thounaudih wa» admit-  Olh#r ^ecd H «Mi a»«»«n    J •*  ; '  ! *'< ‘ "J-    ; u, f. ‘V"    Wh«.-» thi« »»*'  w »»h defeat of every Import elaiin for  { ti in lime to time .Mr*. í'uürt.iod rb-bn *Vo,vd-.i\ '•thjht.; ) - UoU.n tn «u*l.  s!,tmu * n ,)n ’ 1  opetiftt foi patient , ..... -*    ■  Jo-    \svv0 ¡i.«. i.< h| ihre« meii ar- tbe> ni«]<•>ed five «urnoA. inm the)’  |K>t»iii t v M!i«:.i Iff Uob« v, fatb-' have over thirty, and their daily «ver-i*i of    ItolHrt«, «it«« ijty pue*    pattetiw run« over flflv.  *uUi¡: hi« rtutji- evysi to arre»MnK «'ompHed recMi'dí». own h,( );  tout, the»» into euKtody •    -------------—---------------------  natinni, find the juice. itHelf, looked mil Kr.'ií'üci! iirigli!. ti:iiiieJi títere may i limes v,-Jh'!i [be tante was  •),. off.  i< t that  111' 1  UiiX-«. tilMf to . n t>fi?i'i'd  Labels Found Her«  « of the tdie'ifi"* ib.p.-irtment | t ,on n 'oul*l hav*< teaehers In Met ho- \ •at«Ted th».- i-oimi of a man jdlst eollege« to declare their faith wa H  | nv in jnil ebru-Kt-.i with vio- further di.sriiSMed. J’raw reportd whioh j liquor iatv and cenfSeated : niembera of the fonferenee pointed out j biiKhtd of lamie.-, HÌuieks,  !  temîed to «how Itishop John Si. Moore  sia a liberal were also dlBttUSSed. in art j effort to clear up any mlsuud r, rHiarei-  !  ins wlneh may have resulted from yes- j turday s t;e«nlon.    J  It was brought «*tit that l’>lKh«»p j Moore jy uiibiaseii a tul fair in the ! matter.    !  PNEUMONIA DEVELOPS AFTER CAR TURNS QVElt ON LUBBOCK MAN  MUD CLOGGED LBWS  «  laliois  WILL GO TO BIG SPRING  i-‘- burned cork.«, fu!¿• on* V K'jvtTiimini .“«i-ais. o ii'jtioi- is a Wiirr*- ;.*rt!ri*' in parts —that, is« r*-*ai Scoteh. but oil Scot ell l;i[i\ h»* h.ad a.i-m .|ii,uniiv if a man ¡n ’Aiiiin;r • tio.    bnitatio’i s*”'teh  ¡data old mo'.nshiiii' that ha.s ■**baed autl .flavored ;,¡.fí ¡>iar-1 n<’« iK’ittle with attrartiVi*  .vitMjiiKbino (’ o,'. • •; < f, .- ij(¿ i f- f ita t ion Hooioti t'iittl.i a ready «a Je So a f».-U<;r*-a(îy    .<5  .< }-"!ib- ;tnd i.itiei wiib a few *<f i‘'.i|*i¡ in«, ìu ..utìi' ouiHa  'viti fi.ivo;" six calion» of bev- to Bis Spring for it« n«‘.\t session. Officer- foams <uoufrh on this !  I'metieally all ebureln»s in the city  ■ NKA. Kansan fltj -  Cunstni When Quepn Maiie's train pulled out. of Sandpolut, Idaho. Lester Brown, Ki. was missed from the cniwa aKtlie station. After ene-siderable teie«ruphin^, it was lesn-n-cd that the youth wan a stowaway on the queen's train. He was put. Off but not Until alter he hud the distinction ;.-nd the thrill of Ixintr invited to luru-h with the queen. ‘‘Finest lady I *>ver km tv." was tin* lad's comment about Marie “He wtiB most amualiiK and very pnlit“.'* naid the .-overig-n.  mOOPS’ARRIVAL SAVES MEXICAN  T*i Tl ^ Av*a!atichc J-it*rnai) j CHILDHKSS.    Nov. Ki—The  Hnrtnnl plan for the entertainntent I of the Northwest Texas annual eon- j  ThiM cfdnrlitRf fvrer.ee w.-m .-ulopted hj- the confer- ‘    __________  bottle» and on i    h< re today. The eouferenfte    FEAR OF MOB IS AVERTED  !    SOLDIERS GET TO  CHILDRESS  DEATH FOLLOWS % AFTER CRASH ON WOODROW ROAD  * D. L. Crow, 28. of 1601 Avenu« IpsA I died yeatorday ut 6 p. m. in I«*  : sanitarium of pneumonia, as a frtttk f of lielnjf »ubmergwl In the icjp: jot’ a deep ditch on the Woodtoir 'rwi|  ; Thurs«lay night when til# cat b^'Wifc ) driving turned turtl«.    • -r..U;  Funeral arran«enwuiU. tvhieh j charge of the Klx Ftirolttire fl^K-«Undertakinp company,- had not W^4 i completed last night.    \ %  i Mr. Crow, who has livM her» era! years, i?t survived by hie fMtrctttjk ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Crow, of. lfdljiurit >  ! O. by a ulster who live« in Hatoe* Texan, and a brother in Aft£on. ^  |    W*t*f Got irt Lunpi ’ ^ .  j Aecordins to Dr. h. P. Smith, «rlH> j attended Mr. Crow, no iaJiBflM' <^jN| i apparent- from the automobile "Portent, but pneumonia developed I hi.H belni? held down in 'the fcjr mm | by; tlie cat- which had turned oVer^H"' i him. The water, whie.h «rati «#Mf.; j entered his luniis and ClogTed Khe phy.sician said, and brpuilfl.;**,'., j the diitcaatv.    . j*  Tit os** with Mr, Crow ^il<t^t(t.at j drovt* the car into the d\tfch iiitM’M ' AS; 5‘irhts of another    gyte  raid to flavor the r,«K of Mexico- ym»l [ »«4ny --«rUI■■ ha.v--' for their priafe-bei f*' thv lower half of the Colorado riv»*r.; vl»itloff ininii*ter^. Dr. K. K. White, of  :  ‘Scotch" From Went Texas    laibb*»«?;. will fill th*> pulpit at the;  tliy the \ ciiiidiUKsa. .V  ed i'rewîii  blinded him, Floyd Lane ittÜ *|f< J^ubhock eltlJEC« pullfld -MW j under the eapaiaed touflnjr c»f lit I to «ave him front dro%rrt!of/  the iabel.- rend* !;k.- iUi^- !«**»««raí ehun'h in lie* morninff.    ¡  Immhiii. 'imperial 1  .s.-.u.'h •  I,, an  •'»<•«’«»'»n, of He.Murry .col- | -“Ihle moo violece as a res’ilt oí bririK- ¡ ■•.-<*< iie-cti j¡, »j,-„(i.-t ad." ah a : !«•«'*• « a" ele<^i*Hl conferme« lajMéad- j.ing- Kra nk MoitcIom, a Mexican, eharu-j  i.:{.—Kear of pus- (  brought him to Lubbock,  ! Mon  er for a immUT <»f yea r*.  SULLIVAN PARALYZED  10,000 PATIENTS  II! <!'M'< i.V  I ’. »ii:    •, bit •;  • 1 •'  1  * i *. O ' O , I  i rtiUrde: * h»r^ Fur  Mea  U . 1' U iii* tour.  *’o V » • t il; Î a*’ )- ,';'i  i-*si at H.ebuioad und*’i' "H 'Miti ,1 ¡lit Ii ii; .IlUl In : H»-»*«! wiiiiilj- .  •* con-  "< 'edar  ha\*- J»*—»i !na*ie  and if Lubb»x->[ i> ;  a part tin- label t* true, ■■Pennsvi-; vinJn i.’.vi' ji< ire-liowf-d in «o*Hl, ae-; '■ **!*<)iji„* (h-- iain'f, ubiie -t•, ip* ;u:rt . -.*• -ii■•* ;<!,-e.*.i    tfi,. rieek of iiie te>*-  ¡•l- a.tinit 11 j:*t ¿.. I», aj! -jy<i j,,  ( «.f and '*■»>:» d in ;< ^»verniKent u-ar»-houst?."  ; If y»u i;nvo ,.ny a^ubt at.oui tho I (.'eni(Ui'!ieH>i of tin pioduet that you  ihav.- siored ti way for VhrlsUn <s take,    ,    ,   :  i! d. '-vn to fiheriff Bud Johns, and !  ru « over by a tv-ijton late Friday al-."I1IIMI. It with the iMnfiMMinj ur»>*' '*' r,,tK| n. lien in a local hospital in a :    ¡„ hi« hamlH. '    ’  Vl  O critical condition and attending  i«io idelaus have little , hopea for his iteovei-j'. The lower part of bin body  beiu# In  for the cotninR j c.'tr. duds«' Harvey ! ud h tin killing of J. L. Kewberry. (  LOST ANY CLOTHES?  of Lubbock, ha» been lay lead-j and » Afexican was allayed here to*  Dawson County Shortff Has C»»i»Wtl Haberdathary: Found in Cav* -■ Und*r Caproek  I ( & peci» I -.To- The Avakaeht-JuMftafl^'.... j LA MKBA. Nov. t3~H8horl<*'ì |Ì^ì ; Dillard ha* in hi» rrn nnlnn aiiailt •fretted at Claude to-| TW , ent y p a j f m9a ?n pant», alt >pe|fc  COAL STRIKE OVER  >« .v*,i ! •»..■ Novensber    Hth, ilo* t»*n-  , jth**u«audtIs p.«tiem »at 1     admitted to «ï-tnousvrd Matard.sy that no ,,í ’. ¿ Uu:  L’*b^ ;; s»nUwrhim. nceordltit-; u>  r ‘'»i 1  wmM ht? in*Mlo In tora.-ctiou w¡i!: *'cc«r«l« i“'pf wince (t*    «rtíanUaUon.  Janu.tr)  Lubbock Sanitarium H»m H*d That  Many Ca««* Sine* it Opened j    —     v     j j.-» paralyzed, tho fruetui  in 1918    *    jl! „ .    ^    j the middle of hi« back.  . ot-n“:".™p^ , :, 1 ^woirwT i, i ............... ^ ,n  •*  u r  Not Resum« for Some W.ek. ' ***'"'  e *»*" rln *  lhe u ' nKU,? 01 lI »‘   :  nlsrht h.v the arrival of five truck ; loads oj .soldiers from Fort Kil-o'. Mor-j relos was ruwhed to jail here for safe , í«epilo: ¡it'tei- his arrest at• Claude. Ar-——    j ¡-jval of the troops had no connection  Farmer Run Over by Wagon When with the Morrelos case.  Bird Scared Team *s Ex-    Morivio* was  pected to Die    d;^' after the killing of Newberry, a,  0 f shoes, thr«»« dn«M» «nd- OM '^Hw^  , .    : section loreman at Goodni R ht. Toxas.  cotlt anA .. hm , noi-htw ablo to flAd  . \\. ftullUan.  k  hallow.iter tarmet  WÍUI su ¡ t ¡ by offic;ers to have confeaaed.i owner of the inerchandiae    ^  «..U.UM4 « to„K,„ to«k «1,™    No»b,n, »l«'i'^ X «•* ^,.4«  a Mexican    J “break»" below t h n .*“i.prrit1~-.. ffnn*j|r .  j found the stuff bid    «M»  and noUfletl DilbunL-. Ht. and- «ok the stuff hut bas not fótiaé-anyone who would' -claim -It.    ....  BANDITS GET PAYROLL  Houston Negroes Hold 200 at Bay andi Snatch Longshoremen*« Money, ! Shooltnt) Paymaster  NOSE NEARLY SEVERE!}  Collide Saturday NtgM   (  wa«.*n with am.tber man when « tur-; r-lOUSToN. Nov. 1.1. </P)-Ttvo j  Corye ,| County Man Suffar. trim  LONDON. Nov. U ^v-To till In- '’ yl, * K  , vt  ' ’  fr: " ntt ' nml  i  ar » u ‘‘ 1 n "« rw , »- in,Hls - •- ar, - v  «aturday Broken GJaaa Whan Tw* C*r»  tint.-* the }«»n*r coal -u>Pl*agc which t ,>n " '    «utlc*.    j nl«ht t aided .-*»,«•«fe on the water front  dislocated half »be counuyV !ndas-|    ------------hvhere Iniernatlonal Lon»j»ihoreniCMi’»j    ---,  triv# an Uu-    to hav»> ewt* TFXAN |TAA| c PANDITS • nion Xo. 47 inalnt^U-U hfudquurtf*^. j, y    nose wan almost  the nation n.C-iO.-HiD.Otlft. ha« emled!     rwu>     |«nd '.vhlle ihe laborers were, heinji paid|  w ,| fro,,, jiis face and he sustained *ha  } off, »hot. hut did not awlously wound j mid bruises on tbc head front • fljrlnfln  «ÌJ? us« ire vfo.thi in h»*r vai )!•;*• und wil<i| (she. fithe I  n tile- I ■H lee!  Cterttu twin pa ts¿ will fuitti»h ti», pr«  TEST YOUR HEADLIGHTS  duet Al»», TUrtetfjr's «i|o( ti'ldn^ ,uvl G*idi*rdt’n I’hlJj prvductJ ft. Ill rl^.» b**  orcd frlMB thne to tint* K> Afre. *.thit - {    «•-*.,<---------------—  wii'i'l who biiiiat» tho( Ttiii* {.‘^idiieM j THREE ARE HURT WHEN    • i wi i uun     1  ^ jntim-i*» acvpt ii,< sovcrnmen;  t»r 11» -d rtbytevtr poi«iiih|ft, Thv*»»ott-    CAR RUNS INTO WAGON*    - ---------|pi"t>oKal,  rwlii:; outtiv» trom th w  imerKtutt* Cot    ¡1927 Certificate* Now Here, and Judge;  ton oil timpany ut Shorittwn. nod that  u  hen it* r ear ptruck <* tvu»ton at i.^e.| Nordyka Warns Lubbock Auto* tlslU {»rotluil* from Sun Antoiiio i ■’'’ • t < nd < f i:vo«t4vi,ty, a\»uut 7 oVk»ek S lata to Come and Get Them  Au.\luUe to «1«] in Hi* AvatajuHe*» h»»t uijtht.. Mi*s. I*. F. JlitiMtey o->i«i»- {    »—-------  Journal » move tu bo of bviwflt to the i « d ituuriv?* on tin« itead »nd wealp frnni ‘ UcuUHKht U'W iwelpU» for li»2T au  1 >.V LL.AS. Tex., Nov. 1 il. o1>) Al -  TEXAN FOOLS BANDITS  ended i    ______  i which she minor« rought »o tenae-!  0an **     S “ y ^ *[' 000 P * y * I Douglas William«, paymaster, and es  iotmly,    rail by Fast Foot Work and eaped with between M.tioo and $1,200  it IHAJ Mill .... 'A-celt or more he-i     A ' d of Fp ‘ #nd y Meroh * nt     |ln>»Hh. Nearly 200 men were held >t  for*- tb-ve in a K't.nerai re«umntbm .,r!    , ...    ^...... .««    *>»>’  (lt tlu ' l H,im of  1»^’«^ the cash  ! tvu« .scooped up Cfom the pay table.  bandit« missed  union bus-,| a local hospital for treatment.  i'T ” •• ................. .............¡in<»SK aKt-nt  pw.-e djt w  and ‘aved a    pa.vwll hercj    ________________________  J today    j : .  A Mnw'piTAir' Zl. . I l^evlon tvai* earryU»* the money in ¡BREAKS LEG DIGGING SELF AWUIMtK OIL WELL i his car when the bandit# ordered.hliu \ FROM UNDE* LOAD OF DIRT  to stop. Levion fled, and ran into  •    .J'.' •- umt-nd«,d tlutt l.ici î wtîi  ,, bookkeeper, outwitted two han-, i n ¡,¿ s   last night shorily after Hf«l  o’clock when his car an«l ono drtVtNi by ti, E, linrdberger, 1S2J 13th Btreet.  collided on lilth street jutrt weal of tlM Klhvood hospital. Whitt llveg in (Jor-yell county. ITardberrer took him to  COMMUNISTS STAGE HOtTILfc DEMONSTRATION POR MAR!«  woiíjeji oí Lupbhoclt ;rad tilla liado fi,'ion ÿluf» fn*m th*> wlndabielU. .Uer | tontuhil*' ur»*»r« have lieep received at  tu»- litiiç children rer»dved minor çm« the office of t.’hwries Nordyke, county on i li*« at mi* apd lejjit. The> were taken j judsc here, and the JudK« emked Salii* a local ¡«anitarlum wiiei> th<- in - * urd'ty that nil station« in th*\ county uiif.'ii \*. i-[ i ‘ J ; ■’  v . ç / f and thev w*’r* fc i that li^.ve not. yet receive!! their eer-  t<n itory, Teinph* Klh*, own**; of the intbdmfi Which bear?* 111« nauie, t»a» ,’ivn tin* by>cm‘*(ti ot Ote  (Continued on png# 6)  a b  cil beftO'  Final Plans for Red Cross Drive Will Be Laid at Meeting Tomorrow, Before 75  « m er« 11 rt    /> x /    p fi hishtvuv depart ment, are in the coon- | laitn .\ halt dosen well« tidjaeenl t*>  Men lake the streets to Get $6,UDU rund|!i:."'”"'....... .  •’" Uy M  ^  „     B  . .  A     -•............----- ...................    , CHICAGO. Nov, 13  aacona proawcer is Added to Noodle* «tore, explained bin predicament anti j pifiKing himneU' out from under a j dmt communists, carrylnc Incendiary i Creek Field Near Abilene, When ¡the storekeeper handed Lovlon a $4**- j load of dirt which had fallen from I hr i banner* derogating Queen Jfartfjail!®; j Thornton No. 1 Hit* Pay j tv I and hid the money under a coun- j wagon in which tie bad just lon.iled, j tho ?tun»anlhn government:  |     r  , ---7'    iter. A* the bandit» came in the door, [and which covered h/n io t.i». tvaiMt,} liUo Chicago’s welconio to tbe»U<|£,  j •'i>iLl-Ni., Tex., Nov. 13, (/P/-.-A m*e-1 Leeloii Ip voted tho kuii at them audjJX G. Hyhcrd, of f^luion, ye»(or«lay j-ton^ht. a feature not inclttdi^ j otid produi.'e) t\a.'i added to the Noodle | utleinptwd to Nhoot. Every ourtridit«* J broke hi* H,*k. lie tvnn brought hero J plana which »be approved for Imt ♦•*►'• ti/ieaic.s. «-aII at once and net ilt'*m. jLxeek field Saturday afternoon when j snapped and the bandits came in mid j for a eaUnciu by 1 >t. YV. K. !’tiy;te. I eeptiou.    ■*  Ka«-ii cm ownwr mu»*t have om* ufj*J ,, ‘'    Kxpiotution company’«| ranaauked the «tore. Unable to iinu|  J the reeejpt* liefore the 11*27 leeemiM *   1  No. I Ira Thornton hit the pay lime j the money they nursed  Lev ion uu'i  vt me»t frUt hturt n< s:St) 1 tv Ib-A .la.-k M. Lewi», A. o. intuì: on the lar««.«t Kcdl  H .. v  Jf ,. .{^„„Inpti. iboice it  ivi»i- siîiL'tl iii l^nhîx>f»Sc jifiil ;    T  j REVOLUTIONIST INVADES ^«S.j    MEXICO, PAPER DECLARES  uiti • ieoritre Mrstvei" tea mNo. .1: Annwj    ANOI^ÍjKH, t'allf., Nov. 13 (<T*)-—  . .......... ....    ,, i Howard, captain; ii. H, Vl’i.o.in, t*hrt«.; The TSmtV III T’aso oi>nv»pond«nt  of all char .1 h itI J    - cíu*rlv«’ ' v hl»trHt«r. K N. Clapp, 8. K. tí*me. i any« Cepe*«) Nicolas KernundcK.  HcvcUtX • ft'  Tue. d;.*y mo Fii.»*.» dtiv< «’-«I «itifcd in Lu bl» tek and, /■ti effort t*« i•*!>!■' IC,won to takt» v,i,m  tatuine ,rc¡D '• ili Uhi .-.t « nn.**tln*r ot lb«? team» and I  ’one. i  .VI ft. Itilburn, D'vt-ii McWhortor, ftob*  ."i,:r,r.- .. r ^    ¡Ä  , UK* irri’ijiiii in'uin' vur h»í¡í jwrritiiw  s     ; * , . .. v .M hV M    un r«*' u/uu mi-    > * ui stwu i4«vi  { plate can bo i»tiucd by tho tax collce.t - ]«.-»IS • lVt-l and »tvabbed 15» barrels j the storekeeper and then fleti,  j or. JUdKO Nordyke »aid, hui the iv- |     lirs t four hours. ¡ —~—«—  ;«e,lpt entitles Ihe owner to have hi* !    '* *" "*»» j»en*,*tntled «Ix feet. * , f      4   ! Ji«hU te«t*!*i ¡M often during the year I    " eil ík l.uo tv*t «mjthwo«; GUARD AGAINST BIRGERS  ! without cost »»a he vvtduw, Six *ita-1  <J *    dlhewv«r>- of the Phillips l>o.    ............»  } tionw. offi«iaHv dexJfrnittwd by 'tb«{ tvoletm» eontpAii,v on tint Joe Winter j Ml'noie ¿ Town Patrolled • On Threat  fat ni. A halt «losen well* adjacent t*>: of Gangsters; Two of Shelton  Srothsr* Are. Arrested  ' UHNTOS-'-llW.. 'Nov.  ; :ig.    Ttifi  ciliado «f;i|%9t ' fit#* 'tonli^iiit ie ptt-trolied'.- by Hheriff Henry Kortia ijf Franklin county and 3â deputtc« a» a result uf twpprtK that Charley BirgCc and bis» tfani?; are • j)ianntn^;;%i".iti'vâdo ¡ib«.-, town '. i», «t'urchof..,, inpnibeiHot, tlw Shelton faction. Cfjjti and P»etnl<t Shelton wtire arrcstt'd y«»terday In West City and l?tH«tt to DativUle. 111,.  me*re rtfii,  The fuiud will t*ervi J  an ?• l'oltwd ib'iittea in Lu>»bo.*l< a*, no >H»lh«It^-t’oh of 4ti.' !»ni t fot chiM’tty Will bo permitted upon »he ¡«treat» i»n«l nil  •'tub    will he bandied eplllvty  thrvu«h Up* Hed tiron»,  The tallowing teams will eauviM»  b, 1: Claude Hurnis. < nptalb; |Jtndw, Jarf. H. (iot*dm«M. l* &. A. Hvnvy. Dr.  w  Ai  km ittid Kruont Conley; team No h: W. o, Jhyun captai»; .lobo Deimuin, Ki*tn \\*««Mver. B. t*. l)l<i;lnNoii. J. U, Mu*ley It, H, Mkrtln, Clifford itanier ftmt Dr J. K. l-îarr; ttìkin N<*. ti: Spvn* fvr A. Wei Im, captain; F. A Norman, Litfe, ItohlhNon, Chari*'.'* Head, Rev. 13  form«»»" chief vif staff of the lute Pan« Villa, fanoni}, Mexican i evolution-formrr eutJaw, bun <>ros«i*d tho into Mesieo near • Hoitinif:',^). :»ntp:iuled by Tî> other former \'illa r*dlowfrs  y nd eftrryinu machino Kim« and a quantity of antniunltlon arid rlfltw.  »outh\\estcrn covuuv of Jone» county. 23 mileiii went ftf here.  BISHOP HOBAN DIES  Ht’KAXTON. I'ti.. Not. IS.I^; -Ui«h-op ilobati, 75, of the Scranton Cutb* ulic dloeoH» 1 , died „‘diorCy bejpurn tilno o'ehwslt toniirht.  J. W. DILLON ALSO HELD  Man Sought for Slaying of Three at Town of Best, Texas, is Headed fdr Border, Officers Say; Woman KiHed  WEATHER  ~ (land ubfhi iii connection* with tho  j il* r, .00ft (-aiboiidiilc ii|{tfl rtjbbery lb . ji^inc ,o»i que^iuuiut}.     v   | J«nuarj,    làui ^b«Vl;tm. anoth«rj Ttic two vi*.;ima will hurled  brothtc today wan btdwjr eoujïlit ícr HttlMltt.' wftermion, Service» for ÇlçcC  I nhiiinlfMit' tt\ fl\u    " i v«-. ...his.'*:;':  yi$S ANdlCLO. Texua. Nov. 13. UW. —Vf. L. Coa les, air hammerer for the M&HW Tool eompuOy at >le«'t, »otllîbt in coiPteotlon with a triple shooting ei.^-ly Kttiurday nK»ntlm< at u. dancjn in Ittft, Hti.ll was at lar/to early to-niftht. tho tit! h; »ought durìngi the day by pfficcV» of .several eludes. Tv« m^ry, ^tiHiiCcted of    abette<t  t'oftfe.H' ci-capo. were bi})|ii( held at HI« JytUc rf«»r <iue«Uuialn«,  Lubh(*elt-«IMftxinmnt tent peinture 74, Mhiimnin, 4S.  Hint Texa»: Sunday partly elnudy I» Houtl.v, »eatteml «bower*, colder except in «outbetint iwrtlop; Monday  4. W. and IL F. ptliop. oWtcty of l 1 *. White, l.>t\ \\\ ¡tóv .Craven», A, W, j the corner drtijí atoro have been ar*  AIv;Kt.'e, ,Ttul Juc-k l'a l'ut!»» ; loani No T ; j t'cMtcd on • clinrfM of 'nelllng intox}*. ............-  r     ......  >hd A Uix* captahî; lîhnt» \V>ai, .lud^o ■ cm tin« liquor. Tw« Indictment» worejfair, colder tn tytist portion ; ’ modemto Ibility. U*e imsgnn. Hcv. L, (I. II. \ril- * returned afmtnft Tt. I*. Dillon %vhib'J to  fresh;, »otithcily w'ind» on tho . Haiti*. B- I, Uull, fJ. r. KuykcMidall. tvnrt ¡ .T. W, wilj {nee trial on only on»jcon»t ^eitibn and II. R I* H, *M<-;Clarty; team No. 8: will iieícounL    I W#»t  T. K. ilftV, «au- (w|KM«w Al* OarhtHrt Wooflward fve<t( Thi>y bav<* made bond In ihe »«10 '*»»'*-  eomjiltcHy 1« the B».me robbery.  TAX AllmiSiWEL  MkKT IN 6L>A«0 N  HOtr»STON. Tosh»; ,Vov. 13 Pam* a*a»> Phba^ti a» U«? 193? 't#v^a>, flop ç4iy  tHkvntj', ' »ttl tv f»leètàd;    ^  a««ocbtrlQn at *♦>« <M*l »e*wlon ot fM(at C. A Jo«4»,  ttk‘  Hay#»» M«»t e.one.tablj’, tviU tío y*fn-, duöteid at; 3. o'<;ltw r ite: < ,ÖHp®ft. tlje '|f ’«5* E. üalb^l^  «nâ a half later' iti/á«  chapel, the last ritto* be.»«rí<ísr»t*  #4¿Jh* Min« 'as$$  wliíí, waí* talepba^é «n^rntor at Ueat, kiHed « -  'lfe‘  Érv-ld0iM haHDttall»' *    ' '  A .43 calibre revolver toward Jone«* *U*ruach 1 had been «hot i Veo .I9 tí Jone» knocked lite g un 141W«  Aretfe' t     flm Ì%ìWèj  be Ki*#j«wtd Parker, í  tvho miKtooH Çdàtop    4  päWter  «troeta ^Id • C«t*M4* «Wl comobile ln y?hb% lljcr*' men wad WMtn«n*  Wfh'er»   

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