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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - December 26, 1926, Lubbock, Texas                                 ■ ‘í  TWO BIG PAPERS IN ONE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING  A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTlfc' SOU* r I PLAINS  VOL. 5. NO. 1<;  LUBBOCK, LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS SiLXDAY, DECEMBER 2«, 1020  (jp)  MEANS “BY ASSOCIATED I J RESS”  ‘I DID IT’ MOANS HASSELL HELD FOR SLAYING 9  SANTA ARRIVES [ WITH WEATHER THREE ABOVE 0  JOVIAL SAINT PINES FOR COMPARATIVE WARMTH OF NORTH POLE  MAXIMUM HERE IS 23  CLEAR SKIES GIVE PLEDGE OF STILL FURTHER FRIGIDITY  THE WEATHER  «»)>  m, ! miîR ' ' an ; .-a i !< ! ; •  T>' e ro.-» ?!*>!!>, i ! (-. .; ! It f 4> it t • fr-»M tv'.. ' • f  pi •  tt’arrtfh ! h< men, j-,!•-;rr ‘J'tri.y    ni iri: t fr!i  >1f    fy.    K ;i(1, t"  “ .»bovo rt. and -.li |s! r > t  ■«  tfi-    v. as h.if <-u* off  ?<■ w I';)? ;!!)! !.v 'l •  lit']]! and bnrMin«. :> »>«1 1'rfer. vv h -- ri vv.-irtmif by the    *«111;. mi'H.Ji a**  a Y >.>'*-! !<!<■ fi.Ki.i in-,. ’hi Lubf>'.<■>.  r ' -‘ /i '  k*- i 1'.<’*•! wa re    .'(!! day m»-r.I •  i adi.-ttor* i-r-ik- ri l.y fi <<a;  V. .•! > ,  T' «■ A ,<• M >-*1« < it! <’*.! wlrtS.t>> authority fur thi* *>»«t«-rjx*nt Ihiti no 1 mr* U A !•• ’ »■>;•«•*• .!•-(?/ «•»*« i,i V * >;an:n.. -e!:ip--i ., ! (.¡' <‘ !•.';■« ?;r ! a H.i 1 's ‘ .? <n.h- • 1, . fhr.rirn.trii-:-» ■  -< H :«>;■! a t Mr. U- '< i !<*:; r * k ■    -at-,. hi  WHITE CHRISTMAS IS  SLOWLY DISAPPEARING  »:>.    1 f l rr--.r'  A ^fw;w I - i a a. •-1 u- : ■‘• ■Vi a; • a■!'•' - i nvf.r rti! .»f : h" T v 1» •• i' -»■ i i, si I *•.  'i-siHy .ill of We,** Tf vi;>i a  ri •-• ?n*-1a-' f ,?    "i,o'.a. of V;5i I i! ? 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I'V-!;-  >ii«t ti ri t» ■fiwu'/i ■#»* f e;»itrt«“«1    «»> f«»* 4  i  n< TMsrkiitw af»<1 t« 1 *  «h<.rf    huyoftst !»:sSi. *' \n  h i »to+t v». si*    •*’  temili»*  ntîv Hijvii«•»>!••.! .i  Mi  t* j” livjji*'« itv ■> n v w •» y Mr í ' ..i. 1     \ •-»■fil pi"*-    \ js th.il  i ¡r. w ís;.-h .-dl ; .;i ["\< i ? 1.1 t ■■ :in<! in w!i h  ■ .f! i'l-r    \\'ìi< f, TtS'Ul ."•>!!•  s .-■'!»!'f’ü is«- tnu~' S jir- m!u«'* Hid » b'-n ; ïh«*!'« ìv !);»• i<ro}»< r >»a Ja lief hptW'-'i! !>!•’><!!!< '!-.n .¡»ni    ¡<to‘~¡tt*r-  tj *i t.-iurt'i :<■ full!*»,v ’ Tb«< i  ritx i;.viirs>!<r ..-a»' was t)    with  th>. 'TMürk "níltMIJu: u> il,"  As «»To Credit Ciipi'imini <    .i»<! *λ• Îtf ih» mu•  i. ' i < ! ». • :    .'.in!  ■'TtîWt' is .( ¡»HiIV. ii¡> tu which i 4 li'ilit I» * unvi o.'!;-- • l it !i,-v<:ful ih.t j>«;lnÎ i U^cunti—    -.irtiVf  The Imhlt <if n»»\ !•!• h"Mv .iWlllllK  jnyshin».» u >■ u««-. ju-v«-i h;i \ ;iik fhiit ¡v r-K<*r! ¡1    tim.inl 'itriht-i whicii  il'-r- ¡iftiS ¡iiTKhljt uiVf. ¡M ^lirlply !>)  _ re tv*- ««ifliiHK for *in*’s “• If '¡n*l !»*•-I <••»*«>ine    Hkf :«   1  ¡ > ' v.in!. 'I'üís- if* siHua! ¡un fur whstt ;!’>    vv.tri! can bo «[x»};*’!)  :i!"i •— i "Wticn «t itKin lia.s !»<•'■« H'tld un thf<  I.ant:- ; jn^ínHinprit ¡»luis ui» t » * nr    hi«  S'-uit.  : . in*:*ont!‘ h<’ i*- «uli'ncith^tlly oh!, oí üic  ■ninni* ‘ üiïii’k**; «tul he i!m»*i nut    to  •jiiinuiiitv IT«*  POINT ISABEL FISHERMAN IS FOUND DEAD BY WIFE  WAS CARRYING GIFTS  VALDEZ SURROUNDED BY WATERSOAKED PRESENTS FOR S*X  Hr Knut«. IImirk, psychmrtri.-i .it    HI.  h‘-4 H''“¡ir S ¡n ii} n    t < • :i _  ;t'!:nr *.!. I);. jmlic.. -.;i. \ . t hil t hi'    i.c-  v.-f.-lv ! >f-u ' ili- Wifi. Uh- nlprht In  m!;.. (I:s:i jiiif.si i il l'!n'> iiuth.-.titii“*    in-  !iti.|i‘< (iiii t'frif,:.,' !-!.*-<• un^ i if ' ;i i    thi-i Îii'iî liiunc f(>r h< i' limvv  i i'.',’ I 111* .\s.suc|;i I i'd Prt'S)  !'.i:o\v.\-s\-h,i.!-:. î >*■!■. fîur-  i. umlfil l.y wiif. i' .;ii.'ik»‘d dolls .ind! i-th(‘ v « 'hri‘-'    iiiys he haï', pur- j  i hü'ii'il fur his family of six k i ri : i Í Î chil-  1  dri-n the    ,,f Cray N'uldi-?:. I’nint »  lyit.fi t"i -1 ; • riñan, v.¡<:- li.Mild at fi ii'ch'i k tuihiV in ;i sh;iîl"‘.v well ;i .shiil't ! d '-!a lii'i- fru:r: his huriu-    j  Ih-/ h ■! I hi:- h u 1111 - early ('liri.«t-tii:is' ,-vc. inforinin» ins u if*-» hi 1  w.i.h fr*»-il'i; !u the st.'fi', ;l niih ilis'.anoc. tc I ¡nir' h.'iMi. I'hristrnas    !!■' lofi .the  a! 11) n rlrok l'. i!y ihis inornlnK thf> dSstrnctfd •.vif.- nr(.:a u ì;:«*d a si-an-liinsr parly whi. h . I'tiihi'd thi I'uir.t Ib.-iIk ! txarh  ::nil ’ !rultl<‘ss search was maintained i hruui-'hiiin the day As she \va‘- r*--t ui [-.'.lit: In )'e t  children she h.'tppcned t < > )>.|SS the well and saw the l,i,(iy of her hiish.-ifid standiiu: upright in ahout  111 î * ! ■ feel i. f wall a. Hurritiirided hy the 1   piav thii\^v li” hnd |iurciia:ied.  The « el! V. :»H «¿til',' l:ine ff-et in d' p:h. I lit X’aldfZ had Ill'l l! uivihlf“ to cliiiih ih<* Mnumth ‘•¡(jes The niffht Was r i i}d, hnd it is: prcsunied he ln>-ci.nie nurrihi-d and firuidy died from exposure.  PROPHECY FULFILLED  Texan Who Wrots “White Capping”  : ound Dead By heart Near West  FT. WORTH MAN DIES IN CRASH  I !i! in, in ! im  1  .. ¡s. I V '.Min li -_    _ _ _    . w-.st s>>>r:?' >; ■  1  ii  Note Found Dead By Sw*et- i -nra) ■ x(. ici.,.,  I'j.nnty. T< ■>.!«_ !,;. ■nr-ha!:'    i-;  WOUNDED FARMER IS BROUGHT BACK FROM CLOVIS TO HOME  VICTIMS ARE BURIED  .ii'.    \* ii *i !<•-;! I>t-.  iff*- !}'<', \* «.« JW-.  Warn» • i.ktni » i I.rme 'i i'd !    I ■!’»    '* IIMI the  ‘.'eiSf :in-l >'h•,;> lí'.iml .-¡»»Invnl | ft»«« [i!‘i> p<i’iiy of the  FLYERS SEE BULLFIGHT  P»n-Am*r««*n Aviator* Sp**«* Chr**»* mu« Oay At    Cit;<  r*»tiviti«i  Itttn a rrtsihis torrent and ilie ihr»H-m*Mi «•'!-** !!‘app<»d ill (he c::i> wfien the !*:.( ..ii it ii-e dri*J>|M»d in the -wit I-* -—    j in., f:,,(id wiifnt Thi* I»«»tie« <»r tho  MKXH'<'» i'lTV, i>“f. 25. ;,f’f'if , th r ,,.„  men wcire ¡wnv i‘red by tt. nf (Ik 1     HIhIi?'* rtrn.v Pan- j nvj-erMr.;: »-row «.-lit frmn } tu U te^hurg  Amrrlran (ttHirtwill st. win.* > -.»*>«• '*> ■ f«dt i ;nK * i i-rpii'xt fur aH«t«t;»tn'e, Mi-*h'<t City l>V tr.»ln ir**»H 1 ,»i->pt* <• > Th- 1  «i er.i <•!' the wreeh whs neur »nit Vrrw I'rui wltnn*»wl a M> v.civil j ti ttu,tt nf the .*(fi'ti- * hull fight tod.iy ur»4 ute Am* * >' s ¡,..,1  sfS ,{ fpjjf anil Hhip MmnI ntsiilx Silt k»»V mt ih»‘ Am**t'ii .in Mijh.i^.v i  Uvi)    wou us .»f HUvt-i- City.  part itf their OltflwtroaK* i>r*n{. tt t i    ________________.....--------...  On«»    thi* Han I'ram t« >1 it j  Vpth Ctu,w: thi? tilh«» :i:i. ul Tam|vU-#.» i TWO SHOT TO DEATH  Hwuitlnit thf- arrtvnl of xtJrti» 1     I««"?.-';    ______  it.im H.tt» Ar-’onln Th- i. nui-!    ¡'  : ;  ; Cn<u.n Brok«r* Threat To Kill Wife *i»ht v.111 W ium w-H  Cf , dR  , n  D ea th Of H«m«elf . “1“ i    And 4 0«t«ctivo  MEXICANS FIGHT |  —--------PINK I’.U l'K Ark.. I>«v :T,. iA*}—  On* May O*« Aft»«* tubbing    Affray • u. r .VuckoilH, a «ity tl««ti*<:t|vi.*, uml,  At Irgwmvilt* i Jugular    ¡I'uiv IimmI cidton hrnkor. w«*t> i  Vain Savared    Kilh'd tmto ttuluy whoti **ffnt-  —— "    'vempi, ! tu capttli’f    ;»fu>r ho hml  BIKiVV.WVILLiJ. T»>jc . tkn*.    23. fe'f’) I thi’ifiitontMl to hit! hi« wif  -Vlwnt« Vlll»rital 1«    fiiialij  t-i th- •' '..¡«»mhi.-t tTaiich idunjjed j c* .P»*»; .«s much «ml i»f the inaik^t a»! t> rmiKh a vvai-h. .1 I.VIH (r.-.-.tie south .fid he u«re - ivim: his l!MHie\ fur six |  -  v -,.f t ‘i-.-.-Vi, '• » .    s U    ■ »\ ty    Tho 5 nior.th» !<• pnv ■ ,c*h f>tr umiiei hlnji he i  • r, ¡.'Jr. i a ad >>..    . i    Hv.'il    in ’.'..nils, lot with l 111» diifei.-nc,. that !  1 |,-i!l U'r iiUt a. Hhile    Is    ¡H-'ne    wa s : tindiT the i ii wt -i I line n t plan the Mailer j  In ,Mi-ii-!e{?5jaiJ ,    UtiHan': tr-'t I he iimnev and i ho hliyor <  Trapped .n Pto*d    |do<;<irt own the ¡a>..dK    |  1!. ... v raPM \.“t .lav -» .1 t.wi.ayi 'Tlx* Siv -lav wt-ok hnw proved ii* hnd iuriH**! ! h>* n.    ^tnall j»tresm» i «*rnt)i>inio valtie and •* li t*.nlv h:is ro-  HllUeit 111 <0n,()i»ii -a ,||;>. incieasej, nitiK-iru.' ff’oit! forty niilM tu I! 10 a day," .Mr I'ord    "it kivo« iih h and \vo-  nii'lt time 5o c-msuim* what they pro-due**.' ho >aid. "IhHiple v. tin havo i ii Hi e ietmiro tiuist iuiv'f rn«i o dotht’H.  LEE WESTERFIELD, A THEATER MAN VICTIM OF CHRISTMAS EVE COLLISION  • Hv ANaooiatol Pris«»  !•'< »it'r WiiHTH. Tex.. Dec ■>:,  L-e \V • c I f ÎI- ; d. iiHiie(' i.f til* 1  J’awn  rheatir, tvfm tnuvi-i] 11 * Fori Wurth two w<'i'k,i .i(>0 frnrn Itrmvnwoml. died .Sa-urday frnrn irj«r!r-:¡ suffered Fri -day niKht in ;i head-on ooHi.^ion he. •.veen his atitiitTlohtie and a i t.'. et oar In r«».  WesTi-rfit'ld wropurtid to he on •• • .Ite to iktll.'tK a*, the time \>t' tho .K'cidoht. Hiw left aiü), left h'K -m-l id« ja IV w*.'“ro broken and h<- suffered í i ¡ t - . n h I injurii s. His car was badly roi-ki d.  ! wai’O, T<-\ .'"Dec. 25. (/P).—llntf a '(irivphi cy c.aita iurd in a notici» od up near her home recently, was fulfilled when a H.diemian Kiri living- ;H \\Y'-t, found l-'rar.k I’.onh'sHy, her .sweetlieitrt, shut thn«ui.rh the head, i'tiiistmas neirnirp; lion she wr'nt t' 1  tnilk The notici* h:td said that .i muiileier and a .suicide” would rosi then hecatiNo '»f "tmtrue love' of hlj swo.-thenrt. lie died at 'J p. Ill-  Written In a Czech dialect, the noli. O resulted m a cha ree of while cup-pinj, r  prei'e'-red a:;iiin^t Hordowliv.  »f kuní  FURTHER BILLS IN MELLFTT CASE LOOM  rvlcDERMOTT CONVICTION MAY BE FOLLOWED BY MORE INDICTMENTS  NASHVILLE FLOODED  • l'-. the A    f< , i '‘i.ss)  ----j t'ANTii.V « »h:--, i* ' . -a —indict  Santa Claus Drowned Out As Cum- ¡ mvnti« • adi'ional persocs in  berland River Overflows Half a Hundred Houses  They nuint have n stouter variety of food, miirp tr«»iMportiith>n. -nurt* si-r-vi«»- of vartnUK othi-r kind« Thu* tlu* ituhiÄti i.il vnlue i>f h imn o ik n promotor nf the v<»n»umpth-n of icttod» ¡tnd an n stimulant to htt^fnewt hax \Hm% proved "  LEGISLATOR DEAD  Chss. B. McLain of Gainesville Will Be Buried At Fort Worth Sunday Afternoon  YOUTH AVENGES MOTHER  Floridan Kills Man Who Wound« Mr«. M. L. Harrington After Being Separated From Wife  FOIST WO I IT! I. TfX.. me ”5. </R— Funeral of t'hartes 1.5. Me I.a in. Oí', foi imr stiite n pretiotttativo, who died nt lii« hono- in <iainesvilie today of heart intuido, will In* held horo .Sunday afternoon.  McLain <-amt> t<> Toxti.« from Orpirntt in hi.« youth. settUnji in tho plain.i country in 'ho vioinity *>f Soytriuuc. Iti 1HI0, h<- emcrrd the drtitï in Tcnijdo and whs oh'Ctwl to it-pro-Kint it.ll cotintv in thf* :ilht loiitsla-ture. Ilo providitslv nerved iti the iS i w t n i s h -. V11 u ' r li'ti n war.  NAHHVII.I.K. Tenti. l>or. ‘-T.. '.‘P)-Suntn Clans' visit to half a hundred .Nashvil!* homos w-is interrupted today !>y thoNiinwi li'onie appro;-.oh over nlpht of iüivk waters of tho OumbPrland river. which made it in'pos.'dhh* fot- the occupant;, to h-uvo their dwelling, lló.-tvv rit in m .sent the river* to ‘¡.it foct ¡ihosc flood .s’t«;.;o.  Tht> ¡»»lice department etirriod ,out «ysiptnatly loliof work durittu tho day and usliiR boats, rcsctiod soino fifty! fniiiilio}: from the inundiited soctioni«. principally in nnrthrast Nashville.  IOWA MURDER MYSTERY  STILL REMAINS UNSOLVED  COUNCIL ItMWS. la.. Hoc. 25 —Colico wore «till nn.siioccssful today In thi‘ir -search for dues lending t-i the finding of the my.stoi Iouh straniii'r they arc convinced killed .Mrs, Jhhn liorard, 41, hy stranttlimi her at htu limne last Thursday nh;ht.  :mío¡  t ion v. iili the r hi ii >; : o.;.' !.-si .hi!-, i i ion I: Aleii- u. < anion, pnhiivh.er viewed is •• i o i y today.  Con\ict'ioi yesterday nf l\i!nek i:  Mol Ic.'-üfU on a oh'iic.e of first do-i.:ree nun dor was r.-ejic.|i«d as ha vitlfi incnas!-'! the possibility of tin- in-  voSvi.-nient of others in the crime.  Indici monts a»nnst ¡ten Hudnor nf Mussili.oí and Louis Ma "it nf < "ati-ton, ;ille;;-,| co-colspirat nrs in Mi»l-lett's rntsrd--r. v» lit sfatai iellou pu; (¡¡ e  con viv-t ion.  To Trial Soon On»: of the î o. prohnhly Üudnor. will he tried early hi February. The pi'nsi-cutii-n l-.a ■< chai ir--d fmm tho ficai that a n-irnbei of h'adors nf an allOK'* od hootlejjriiiii; and \ j» .- rin.t: hud direct know led Vo of a plat against .M i liol t.  ADMISSION COMES DURING FUNERAL OF WIFE AND EIGHT CHILDREN   1  i’y Af-'soeiaied Press) FAUWKLL. Tex , Do, "—Haring l.'l.'i hr--as| in a K-'sttue of resigntrtlo-.i, 'on) ce ,| Masse!! asserted tonifrht on l;is hospital hod that ho was re'idy ‘ 1  * ,r  si.1 11     * he siayin" of his wifo  ■ iM i , u.t ¡--ii p-ehildren, which had he.-p "a ¡iC.i,;- iiay tn SeCVO the Lord.” Ti.'•• d..c!.'i*■..•:ii.ii carne when he was •'■-"ked if lo- fi are«? mob violence.  I la.-.-'-ll. who is suff ering' from stab v, loinijs >.« *! - inflictc-l, at tiio time or-'!«i>s vs >    imiine- him regarding  ha-- !.it.iii\- !■ ier found dead in a caved , >'• <11 on the Hasseii farm, deelar-|  i ' 1 ' h.'.i-d hi.« wi!V first and was i • -1    .i-1 :!ie hoys. Asserting  ’h’ 11  I. 1,  .;ii! t;,.r fo : ... death and only  .iiit'.d in ..a i|in< kly. he said:  ”• t.ti-'S- i his will a hoiit bo my fin-  I 'l.ysioia ns ,■!•! 1 Iass<d| was taiffor-o-n!'.' I:’.    than physical an-  e’O - I'', a li I M-l? lii'-' eondtiion was no i"11’’*■!■ oa.ans. I!" Kaye the names • rolatv.'f, of Isis slain wife, hut no M i.hi s h -■ i ‘ a r -< i‘ivori iat.o tonight i■ ■    -'-!!( th.-ni.  i I *-y sso "... I ed ¡’rt’SS)  \ Ai \ l; 11.!.f i. I :..e. :;r>. —c.eorge J. ••nil - ii *-s .■'!, faraor of the Far well com-: 'Hi- uimi'lv. in.la'. a.S!:iitt»-d iii- killed his > . ■ i!  !  -i- :chi i hildren three w-i-i-kM • m!.,a;.    hara.I ¡h. ir ;«nlu's in an in>-  • • r • p;-n• isi d L ,"avo in tho hack yc-ard, ac- 1 .....' c■ -1.if;,'-•. i.. a ri port t nun the sheriff’s  , nl , !-■•• ., : i r'.v I n  I i i i -s.'H. irirlu in t!i..    hospital  ~ ,.i i ai-v. !i, 'I'ex.s r,, v. hieh    he wan  ; nrhi :ioiii i 'ii.-vis, Xow    Mexico,  .lie., lie ! i h fi i. -. 11 r-ali inflicted    wounds.  , wout i ¡..’ti' e no '-lati. iaent to the* offi->¡1 ntiiei ti.-’n "1 -iill it; 1 <ii-j it.” de-i . larini; a.- u ntiid tiivo a lictailed as?-; count i.r how ho kiileti ¡as entire family, ¡oe.-i¡mi iti,- ids motive, in a ; i:;ni‘(! sfa 11 ment tolitol'rOW.  |    May Recover  ! I la.-Mol; w as barely aide ; (l  speak • ho\e a whisper. tiuniuh iihysicli.Tis say hi« coudttioti is irnprovinji and tha-t  -  :  he lias a chance to ri'covor.  ■ j 11is .idmi'-si'.n oi the killings came * * this a! i.toni:.a during tlie hour his ’ ■ \,'ife and her eijiht children, r.-tntjing . i' o>n :... : l year:-'., wore being buried side by :a.i.. in trie little cemetery in I '■• 'I'welt. :>•■ ¡ados southof Aniar-ilio, with t he entire c.tixenshlj» of the eotnmttnity at¡endhi.tr the riles.  Bury Victims l-Ivoi ahl" laidio l man of Far well and i ho imtuodiate vicinity volunteered in the labors of digging the nine jjrayes. in which the («idles were placed alter boiiu: i errtov-.-d from a shallow' dnKout on she Hassell farm where thex were uncovered hy officers Ft'i-d. y who were invejstig-atinK the tnya-  tei ions dr'.'iimstiincVs under which Hi- family had disappeared.  In the meantime, Farwell t>>>*hnritlea were recalling the death of Hassell's  Lvideuee against at least one    ¡ li*"tlH-i. two >o-irs ago, Ht lälair, Okla.,  (iiiii.slbl y tv. o other persans already * " * ,, ' n    v,as  t*‘l»orfed kicked b) ft  has t«'; n laid before » he grand jury and additional indo linoni;-- tnay lie returned.  wo limit'd, and Candid.* Martin-/.. wJUi M-verrtl jtevere flenh wound», li* hd ’  In the vounty jail aa the remiit oí a knife affray which occurred here ihi.í aiurnoon.  VUliiritil W'dvrd tlwn «tal n in the Hr. k and ntumach. one cat nearly    ------  tH-vvrlng the    vein, Doftui s AFSTIN. Tes„ Dec. • ÍS. «/Pi—-Num    . ......  atat*d thete wan litll»* chance for hi« » phim amottdineuta in the atatuie« ap- I    ,.....^     lf ____ t  _  URGES AMENDMENTS  Mrs. Maharg, First Woman To B* Secretary of ^itate, Would Chano« Provisions Of That Office  JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Deo. 25. (A*j Willi» Herrinjiton, IU, «hot and killed A. lit hrtng. 4S. here today, when the latter is tut id to have entered the Herrlhgion home and shot an«! ger-Joutd.v wounded Mr«. M. L. llerrinjf-ion, tlehriug'M muther-in-law.  Hahi inK< alleged victim hunt spring of tin Illegal .surgical operation at She hand:', of in kidnapping hand, in »«Id to have Kune to the HerrinRton home to xee hi» wife from whom he fs tv,(ranged. Wlin*«iw told police  i«H'ov-.t s' Martini»* Huatulitfd several Mtab** la »he face and IkhIv, hut it not ilaniieioufiiv wounded.  LOTI OF PRESENT* FOR  PRESIDENT AN0 FIRST LADY  WABHINOI’ON Doc. 25. W*>. ChriatinaM. judged hy the vtwiety and vulumo of ftMiiemlii'iincw received, ex-rallwl alt previous nh-hration» of the hind I«# |b« jirt-wldeiU and Mr». Coot-ld«e. .  TfXAft 9»R0S WIN ON 4iR<0  a4K, ANTOJSIoTIMX' 35- MR).—I^ by tit« brltliièit Jim Kendrick«, and (Mule) Wihton, former Texaa A ut»d Alv «tar*, the» Wesley Hradahaw, formerly nf Baylor university, the Tex-M ^Og«ni dfifeatcdi John *>vi'*  FRENCH FAROON GERMANS  T'A HIM, De«. 28, (¿P)—l'renident lkiuio»rKt»v> of Fran«* t««Juy pardoned the nix    civlUan« ciunvlcted  .    ..... . , , . liwt    hy Krwh court martial «t  in » footbííál^fwne. b^iH) lodtiy, J    Germany, on the charge of  W *• *    i attacking Lieut. Rowciur.  •J W î A 'f'.'.c'i    \ .Jf (    • * i >•.. -'Vi *• «' -1 lii <’  piyrng to her oftict- nr«» recommended in the biennial report of Mrs. Rmmu Urigwhy Meharp, nwri.-tury of «tate lo Miriam A. FoiguMon, relea ned here Katurday.  Mr«. MI'htug of 1‘lainview ìh the firnt wiMiian to Ht-rve uh «ecrulttry of h».ate of Te.saa, She urgen that the office he mode deoîK-,*, rather than appointive. that the KOcrwtary of Htates «alary In- incrcft.se«l, and that officer he given logifdatlve. authority U> np-poinl two MHHltdniU »MBcrelaiie», with jMiwi-r to act in iii« abuenee; that a civil service wywtem he a<lopt*'d for »tatè employea.  tho luwn of the h»»US Mr«. IlerrinB-ton teli wounded.  $531.26 Spent To Aid Poor This Christmas  MORE THEN 160 PEOPLE;« 11111 u >  wn 'Y^ Uu,ny  GET HELP FROM     LoU of  ^  GOODFELLOWS  QUIET CHRISTMAS  Chiaf May Say» Nobody in Jails Saya Flrawork* May S« Set Off Outalde #f Fir« Umita  Chit* of Police T. K. May last night reported that Luhhock hud a *iuiet Chrintma», no arreatH heing made. lie Ha id that the prohibition on shooting fireworkH applied only in tht* fire Hm-1 Ijk and that In the residence portion« of town the pyrotechnical di«playn wore hot illeKnl.  I.A0 HKkO FOR MUROCR  »BIXSVIWIS. N, J., Dec. 25, («.— A, fifteen yew old boy, i^ui» Sarno, today wa« in custody, charged with the murder of hi» brother*in-l*w af id, fftmiiy Çhrtamia^ port»* lat« îftat nifht  The A vala/iche-Journal Chrintma« Cheer cainiMA|K|> ,ha» doaed and Oood* fnllowK In Lubhódc co'.itributed just $fi3J,:’i>. Must of this money has been «poni, and nu>r»\than ltäo people have been mm'mbewsi.  The chier editor begun di.stributing ChrlMtmtiH gift« several day» ago. and hi» work hat* not been cotnpleted, hut mast all of- the destitute familie« in Lubbock hakvedXi««-A’iaitetl. Of counteV nome In.vp l>een overlooked, hat If they will call today, thtty will bp cared for. Just leave your name and address and the cheer «Htjltor will »eo that you get a Chrlatmu»? box.  ''..| r *«*. : Tt>ya  Thin year we,,, purchased very few 1 «y». Our money was limited and there was ho much Ptt/forin# in Lubbock wo «pent the money for ffweet ies, clothing. and fuel. In fat\iiUe»» where there are small, cJUldrptv wt, tried; to leave at lo«»»t «ufi« ioÿ forea^h «hlltl, and fruit imvI    H-W.1Í ta that, we  hmVe    1»#, feut if ao it vtiM nn  overuifhti, and \\* wi.12 be only too  We have paid full price for most of Ihe coaf thin sei/son. though O. T. llry-ant mad»* ii reductlyn j>n the laat seven toad« that were sent out, Ooai. has been .sent to aome 20 fa milieu and ihero are a few who will get coal Monday.  The people of Lubbock ht.-ve btn'g very liberal in their donation» but •£ they could have been with the chet*r eitor or other« who helped deliver the packages they would have hee,“i repaid many time« over for all they  niulo while the brother» were working in a fi* hi. Farwell authorities were »old u> iias-t'll's brother'« death had ai tho time l*oori .somewhat'of a tnys-tc*ry, iuiwover, hi* story of a-n accident was. acc.cpicil by the family.  Shortly after his brother's death, Hassell married the widow, moving the family to hi,s ¡'arm near Farwell. j Hassell is suffering from knlfa i v.ouna« around the heart, inflicted Frl-MAYKNi'K. loan.an., t '1 •■ I" 1 ,pi—. [ d - •. , at his farm, when deputy nher-Two French .sold.ors \i-ii- ottack- il ! iifa wore uncovernig the bodies of ilia rind beaten b.v a. group iii «even tier- 1 Tamily.  mans, an they letl the garrtaon chap- |    --------------------------———.......  el this morning alter imonduui .1 i.thL (    ■ ■■ . .    * .  night mas».'-the ■ French milltar»’ • m- j    BUFFALO STEAICI  thorities reeoi tod todav. '¡'ho author- j    --—  Itios stated th.ti tin- Hot mans \,'oro i Goodnight Ranchae Send« Out Ra«t lnto\ioa;ci.l and attacked the r’l'i'u.-h I    Christmas Delicacy to  ATTACK POILUS  Two French Soldiers Beaten by German Civilians, Said To Be Intox icalcd  Pec.  xoldhTN without provocation, .lightly huttrjng both of them.  U. S. ADMIRAL ORDERS  REBEL CHIEFTEN TO DISARM  ; - W A NAa ITA, N ic... Dec.. 25 . ((Ph~Hear l4itlmer ih <*omntand of the: Anierlcañ «pec-kd syuadnm haa ruled -    , ,, .....i that Dr. Juan I'.aiitliita. Saoa»;», the  gave, 1 he aged tnun und hl« blifid m(>i n beiv4 of his liberili i-*hlnet und all  American Tbal««  wife hi,-ve been supplle.1 with doth ing, food and fuel, and if the money ia not all gone when the drive lit over, an additional ton of coal will be given them.  A complete report will h? publitdtod in the Journal Monday afternoon,  3ubncrlption« follow 1  Previoualy* reported.--------1480.So  C.oodfellow,............2.00  K, K. Wofford.............. B.W),  L, R Studeiut^n.________ 3.00  Cheer Jar»—  hia troop« nutst, disarni or leave l'ner-to Cabeza« which has boon declared tt neutral,  -Doe sa^sIKs^ÍT, ,  CHlCAGOi PAfY^WITH LiFE  CHJ(;aUÒ,    4  polU'e dog which la^Wv^t t^tvftd the lif(i of her in$titei l >,    jl^try  r^ioyl, a truck drivAÎçS^ • a., cigar, dealer, aecompanletl. b£p,tta. dog, was h^d uj^ Jt»y t^*o jnen ls\*i nitK^. Thfe no* «prang at on<j of thvv-WW «topped tho buU^t tnteii^ed for her ÊMUSfàlt  «öi  • * i. J;  (¡OODNKIHT, Tex., D«"«. 2S, UP),~A Chi ini mas delicacy, which the fore-lathora consiuei'ed too cheap to be de-sitcl, went forth from (.loudnight thttl -week to gra- e many American l»ble#.  Twelve buffalo were drft»w©d -lit th*,. • famous Ooodnight ranch for mAHtaM In Atlanta,, thi-, Oklahoma City,’ 1 , and -matvy other, dtlea in *.T« v xa»» JSfelnf •' pound left doodnlght ?n anawer toapro* vioua order*».    .    , s   The««. 1  Hteit'tos. fielilng,,in,inoat, !»!*«!*  at ii h    ‘  on full jfwid Hft days before,  ’to,»#?  «4   

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