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   Lubbock Sunday Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1927, Lubbock, Texas                                 Kí  ^^-----,----  A CIRCULATION THAT COVERS THE ENTIRE SOUTH PLAINS  mmwmmM IiPÉSh  two BIG P. ONE EV£) _ MÒRNIN  VOL. 5, NO. 52  lift- iilil  TH1RT V-FOUlt PA0E8 LUBBOCK. LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS SUNDAY, JANTJABY 2,1027  (/P) A'  TEXAS AGGIES OFFER TECH CONTRACT FOR GRID BATTLE HERE  ililfl  SSM  BIG CONFERENCE f Named in Scandal  ELEVEN WILLING TO COME OCT. 28  Eddie Collins in on Deal to "Buy Game»" Say* "Swede" Riiberg  Capital Passes In Review When Coolidges Hold New Year Party  GUARANTY FUND WIL1, BE UNDERWRITTEN HERE; PLAN ADOPTED  DRIVE TO BE STAGED  MATADOR CLUB, C. C. AND B. C. D. ARE ACTIVELY BACK OF MOVE  Tin* Ixtrkot r- of Tmi. T- > h » U-: «lid Hhok vli\ii, nod i;ti.l ! mi-. of nil Writ T»»>as will I.i' ^u, :■(: opportunity Su »!•<' Cj».h-i, t; N 111-land* hu.»kl<» in ■ << n-ai .^¡iii «! T- ■■ a/» A & M * olleg« '' -nil ii. loi.bo k <«n I'ridav. <»»-!oh, .■■>. if  S ,;,ins of th-  Míi'firJoi flu h und '.¡ii-finsmer»c. th«- Ho.n.t < «•l»m*nt. und ;})<• m h«<i . liuüi" ¡tre f..i-i i: tiU*l«t«'s» m:m-sg<'l '1 '■!■ (»»»llftff.j nigh' \ i lit» by Aggi" ¡iMíli t »«  nlready Su Mu- »:IM(JV .  t !>nr.'.. : ( 'i'", I) iilM,.-.). . U , i-i.n . T> . l.  >-istr.t< ; >h ' i - ! 11 ) i : I ! ' '  'KP • - !  . t IO -i "! ! v .■ !'¡t.  -«.'il tï  »"«'fc. Mr J*t '.v«'fï' e «wd  P,«fr»H» the ï <<rvt t -.t î v*s)l ••«1 by T'ch offSela!». b.iw. «. U«in Rftiownt «tf »!,■• íii'.fiiir ¡ , ä guar antee. rv<iu*-»tcd b»- the A ami \! ¡ e-legt. will h:ii'' *>• '.»■ nu-b ■-■•■> .:!■■ b> l„utdew W bi»stn< !i'«n M. \epce ì>ìi». /tufi with thi* .¡ai io v.¡.--,  .-Irl»- |«»i<ti»t>. lui-kii! '.V <h.' . !»<m* ut {•fimwrr r tío !!<»;.'.¡ . .f 1>»'velopmrnl and : î ir- Mutui'». *cUv<< tt.K«ii!). of Tl.. i« h«-..}"» UvIUe«, Win ink«- ih'- ii<M •!.»' part «f the «eefc T«-«|ue*f sì.u - I  firmi» »»■.<! Sitflìv '-.ili'» ■>■ .1' *l.f s -jwirt tn «f.>Ì»TWfitting tin- miniiimv  ;  Alw>ut tw»-ntt wi'f w u*> .tv-í si, i-" drtve. il vva* #U*t»»d,  I» Good Bufine»» Moví, ì  I« I* ¡»>lntrfì l.y T'■ i --?r¡-  t hut if T.•:).>,i-k .<1 !.• I ti.'«tl,  ììì f nil) «.»»ni aï"',,.- .su ' «■;  f»» Port \Vm'>i win ii ; Ktf vi »t »r» <.-ì<»:gfv « 1> «urlf.f't tin ! Ri>ulHK'<"vt fui«» !h«'ir  t>Attt*' ««hin/«*  ê l*i' "*"» Vf  rnlv<ii*Hv H»»,'«..! rr^s« itti bp*, ftrrnl {l.f giminn'y f>\' ÎÎ.-  TP*:*» 1  fíinnr-rn !* ¡íppf*"' t m * > s )<■*■ II.«»! tli.it «rnoant T.ivww. .,. ., ,....  #.j(1< f M»i.,!i tt>' tüC t iMM'k IK^iJvl» 1  Vih« ("s«"  IT rtii- i*. «>¿<<-ií «' On*l>* fir »t Sont».« t.it «tw»' 1  Ht If.l»' «.hiK' \ f.íírtf 'i P. «>f tt ) a»* lî8''Wt 'ì.t (Sly i-li <»>•• I'ü.s-  \V I » h ".Vf .11":'"' l>¡.>".'!!-■ ill"!*- ••»'■ )f(«tlk*t>' t»'-. J.'j'ít»» 1 - i-. I"  l-M.li». i-..lliíis,  <■■' \t.f;< M»'i * i,{   x -f:¡; !¡.:i !;¡lt<( I W 11 ili» Si t.11. V. . ¡ f. î'.v ' ■•■■!;«>' Il.'-Íicíi.'. fiirri-.rr f h-'{(>■!., ¡,, ,,|„|,.; will, 1 V S'-h.ili; .(lut 'vin- uh'iî»- U.ti!', .¡s (it'll, vr .<• »mil". ii> .4 t!i-.il ishm 1 '.' ¡i f'i-II'»" ..f 'i >i;r ti'i rm-ji v^f;-»' i>'¡ 11 îi.i - c <1 fui- i £i te ■ fri»!!i Í h*- !«■'!.<lt IMiii îiî'-'.!i».-h ¡-iUi.fi Ki'.! .1 iîh'-s l'n! -)îm*,. :•• * ( .,U«"«'f< Kl: ( i|.;..!<» :»M't w.iH n-i'i'i,liv jttäti is»»,¡ by lin'.  ! 'ï, i' lt-iiia AmiTi -ill «  ORMISTON TELS HIS TALE WHILE JURYMEN USTEN  "PHANTOM FIGURE" SAYS HIS COMPANION WAS NOT EVANGELIST  TESTIMONY IS LONG  KEYES MAKES A HOLIDAY AWAITING ACTION OF GRANDJURY SOON  i Uly Th<>. Assortale«! Press)  i ¡J 'S A.\<!Kl,KS, Jan. í -IC«nn<-th CJ.  ! ( m tfiÍHti'ii (>hantum fïjivii-«'- ni ¡he M< I !'|i'«i - .-'i¡i <;it"'. has inni'' tu lin' j «ìntimi * <if ili»- roiirstj' «ranií jury I in ¡tu n-'.V un >'NfiísMii"ii oí Míe í!i.-¡i¡)-I jnw!«»<•«• Ii»Mt «itríni: of !*.vun»î»»liKt . Asm' «- Mi l'In-! -on ¡irvi Iiis own  ; ÍJitlMn; ni.'Vin» fit.' 1  ilurti>»i l.ri ubis« fu !• !■>' Ïí tliTSt; of hin |!|0M 1,11-irs II*--(-« . <'tjt¡t. i! »oil.tv i¡s ìl'-iìil! wli.'it h" f s; i ! ni-, ],i ¡ii f ic.'sîii "Siti '.l.ji h-' look ¡ fi- ¡i, M.i% ì) ih" ' h i-i-:« >■  ' ..m! M ri. ; w l'li.-1-i..H 1-f « m-i ¡''.i!if ¿iflvi- ï- .i.urriliiK ïii <-<>l t ; i (lï* » ît-ri ihiYH, unti! li» iva» lo-ifan'iwbucKh. I'm.. Hfveral  i I !,- i<  WHITE HOUSE AGLOW FOR BIGGEST EVENT OF SOCIAL SEASON  (By Associateli Press)  WASHINGTON*, Jun, I.— Washington's chief Hot-inl event %t the year, iiie New* Vi'iii'H Whitf Mouse roc-ep-tion, wax ÌH'Id lotluy under ideal condii ions, th«> reremony ai'funling une of the most colorful ;nul plcture.H(|ue f-.-cii^s ever witnessed at tlic executive mansion.  The reception vvns notable, not so much t>ecauHe of the ¡lUemlam-e .which was sm;iHer Uniti had been expected, bui beeaus'.' of the largì' number of Government offieittls^ diplomata, and other j>em»iiaiiéR prèKrnt ¡imi for th« Korgeousnt'H« of the ileeorrslion* whirl, eclipsed, al! thone in the memory <•! vliHi- hou«e nttitrhes.  Executive Stands in Line  For nearly two hour« iind a haM" the presuh'tii. :mtl Mrs t."oolli!K»' stood in (lie luti«, pioni fireet Itifi their rall«»i>. Hefore lunrhenn 1,'i'to eiiliilie! infrn-tiers. diplomatM, in«-inher* of the .tu-diiifuy and congress, army, m hv and murint' rorpn offic-iH, hends nf var-•ji!-« L r ov riTiui'tit hiirn.iu.i. inembriv. .if pa'rioti«- and eivh' orKanizat ions and their wives nleil down the ¡eceivita: ¡¡ne.  }'".avlv ;n the uftei noon, the door.n of the i-X'-i utfw* nwiifimi hrr<- thrown open to tlie puhllr. and for fiftv* minute, th«> ehiei e\e«-!i!iv.- and his wife '¡hook ham!.« and ■•yelutn^< < <l new vear's Ings with all comers.  Many Attend Function  QUAKES SHATTER CALIFORNIA AND MEXICO SECTION  CALEXICO AND MEXICALI WRECKED BY SERIES OF 50 T EMBLORS  TR00PERS0N GUARD  IMPERIAL VALLEY'S LOSS IS TWO MILLION AS BUILDINGS FALL  AL SMITH TO RUN SPEECH INDIC ATES  NEW YCRK GOVERNOR IN TAKING OFFICE. MENTIONS MIS HIGH POLITICAL ASPIRATIONS  . we« *v  I Th { May  Ko.  ».Ilo ii an .«aid he left (.'armai with hts compiutimi, who has , been partly identified as '.M!-* IMua-j h«'!h T.ivry' .i tíHirieíi nur-»" of • :,i:b- U ishirs^ton. atid who Orrnb'tor. ref.'M.d ÎM a is "Mîs- X" "Í «>:•■ ea»-«- .;i M.i\ loin is.-j-.ni: .-«sith  ■ lía I-I.¡i ra.  i Quarr«! Stops Trip  Th--- 'tu.irr« i' d th. u «»;»n Llld he left b-'f. Koinn m s li  'Hv The A .soi ¡a ted ('res.-) '•ALKXirfi. I'llil .»an I-- Vim tial law I nil« i we<| New- Year's hll.-iril v aei-o.-is file intej'iitiiioiial lior.-ler her«> toda\ .'.!n r th" liihi iit" a Mir .-r^sSon of uit,re than tiftv earlh'iunl;i' shoelis • •enterltu; ¡n f'alouro and Mexirali. (•aus«'d dmi'iK-e estimated at more (nan .«-'.hoimmjO throughout ilie i-ntlro Imperial vallev. m Use (*nit"d States .'Irill in Mexico  Governor A!.e|ar<!o I Li >d rii:tie/„ of Lower i 'all font la. declared martial law In Mexican which. with I'alevieo ili'ii-i-d the heavic'-t d.-imatic Gi.v»>rnni liodri^ue/ oi'df-i - < Iie-ed al! -.sloin« v until further notice. The Minor was prohibited during  George Hassell  Here's Latest Picture Out of Confessed Slayer of Thirteen Persons  WOMAN DEAD SPOUSE KURT I CITY APARTMENT  FOUR BULLETS END LIFE OF MRS. F. W. CALVEjRT; RIG BUILDER HELD  HUSBAND JDGHT DIE  RUSSELL PARKS, ACCUSED OF MURDER; WAIVES EARLY TRIAL  Santa  ("ountniK tlsoM«. who attended inoiTiimi reception 3,1 v., m"ii. women || n  ih . nd /hihlten were r«cen» 1 duiinir the •i iv—on" lest» than the total last yc;»>\ j  t |,,. ,.,-isi« Th.' bit k' '¡ov.d i vvi to attend Mich  (  rhb'f ,.f i'idi<-<' .lo.- llardA, '-s el a t tin« Hon w .- in 19^2 w! en I'rehi.lont . cah'M«,., w ho^e d umi^e win  ai'.l Mrs I lardinK «rc.-ied more than .  at  j„ M \veen (inf. and ♦ .........  per-nn.-i created .. si»e«lal palrol of hup to  . Ti..Ht:..n VI,- lio^-ly follow «•«! to- j  KUtl) . (1  ,, li>in „ Ss  . l(4alnsl  „Mmdei-...........  111 11  ^  jntr flnl , rK t(1 sh(1()t  „.  ;eoi p.; ; i-umneter:'!, in vivid -*<-nrlet anu  The ir il< .'...¡iitv ;,ail, I'laiiiM- •• . How houses George .1. Hassel!, l-'arwell lai iti-r. v ¡ioni ..¡n.-ers 'lavila.- ronfi sseil t.. tile slaying of i.ï persona. The bo»U«'s ot Iiis wife and eisiht step-children. \vho.s«-I.."In i .va'- I! i"s"II''< I i,.th' : and another nf his \ jct.im.s. wore re-rentlc (otind 11uii-i 1 in a shallow pit adjacent to their home.  (Hy The AKKoclated Press) AM A FMLLO, Jan. 1 —Mrs. Fred W. Calvert, '¿f>, 1h dead, and her husband, Krcd W. Calvert, :t mechanic, in near death at St. Anthony's Kanltarium, folowinn; a double shooting early thts evetviiip ir. the annex of . th> St. Charles «ipartments, 700 Taylor Bireet.  Russell Parks, rig- builder, waived preliminary hearitiK and hu« not yet made bond on a « liurfie of murder filed with County Attorney Leo Parks.  Tv/o Bullets in Heart Mrs. i 'ulvert died almoKt instantly afler lour bullet« from n .32 calibre automatic were tired into her body. She was shot twice through the hesirt and twice in the left leg. one hulloi striknm below the knee and one ¡rj the thi;rh. Her husband was who! twlei»! once in the abdomen and once in the .shoulder.  SCHOOL BELLS RINGING  5,500 Public Schools and College Students Will Get Back to Books Monday Morning  • t n  land, \fu-r ü«>d>iSnH lii'WMMV'ntK'll  1. ¡blip d.> s-- uniforms, sounded u flourish - i tu ,i!ir.oum e thai ih«- I'resldwvt and ! Mr»- ("o,/iidsre \Verb about i •*« deac^ttd  fitv th- A^o.-K.tiMi j  Al.hANV. N > J-ii. ! ¡i.««! S'r.ft?. in ; ! i !:  ■ f i f» t'-I? S ;  \\ o.-lh •■ I i! >■»;  I...  lot..I lit OÍ  -< i C..Î í  i.e ¡c r.f  ti„  lloMll I 1 ' ■•.! ! i:e ,,•'!(, ' r ill : -».IMHI'I,  I t a v ■■ I!., !■ .-.'« ' f vt !  •-t'rl*' fvt CO Ì'  >,..,iv ill Co Celt  IÌ< f.otl'MS oí ! til- ' *l » í'! O y  »s «..ubi «.! ..1 t.. fot* ae  ■ten  ■ iiitlì Jurse S, h" V < Wo X »■ w Vtirk i ,»fi - ili l'< r.i.sy! í ni t ti' t A t'oli.  ili- -t,.ff. IllLl- tiVr h-.li.ì't'v -(Waiti-d  erst t'. lV:ivi-r. Chi- i tin s:  t :, M.ilrway and <>nti r ¿he t»lue ir:d t«. f.-veral | i uni» Ti." marine band orchestra,  .mia ! sta 1 .ioti"d in the foyer, pln.wd "Hail to  ,\)i.-i K'S'.- Mìd '• l'i«' <'!.!"! '■ ili they cmne down IhO  >oS v  I -Six  ■ t>-U; r  ili ifV« r l|*r «it-lt ' <  éi,S» ib.- S«>ul.- r re»-'inni- of \V< r T> * hp h will tu. « ti-irr tinniti?** "» it m way frímt jvdnt» ouv. Al 'ici ir.itnK will t*e run tc'o l.>;i.'>< hiuinvK nn»r»n«*r h> )(<•. « - i■••* : tlon ib- th«M!Wtn<l« of vif»!'•  «tn t M "» r  '"t» "»»• City au«  fo tlipiTHw^'v»"» 'f W -».t  (lr»t »»piw»rtur»tty ío ¿w a » Kiitithwwtwn wnf'T- II'I- ■ h-vrn m uc  See SCARLET ANO P««e 3  futur-»i-i ' i-:\ Sta lem ti > -i! N-  i Ida • M' e. ' o{ Ih» ill .b  i h*  ■i ».. I-  n i ;Ví  . >\«t'l'C > . i «•«e ih«'  O lll'lh  i^ho o»M'.|lll-Tev,,<. iptio'ch  und» 1 ! indi« intent on ximilar « hari;r»i  DALLAS FIRE TRAGIC  U. S. CHURCH IS SEIZED  M*«ie* Grab« Epiwopal Building But Nothing Much Can Be Done About Matter  WAMIIINUTON*. j.»!> 1 i4»> -St>*t»' #tr4»«rtm»i»i offteiai« iwv«* b«'«'n ud-vittrA of th»* npJxur*» by th»» Mmleiin jrpvemmem of * hulldinir own«««! by ttn Am»Tican pr«itr«trtnt chuivh. but • hev »r* of the »»pinion that nothliiK In A dlplonirttlc «•»»>• can be done ahoiit fl, for tft«» |»r«'*etit Kt tP.iHt Th»« buM«l-tny, pro^rty of th* M«»th»»«»iHt Kt»i»«<». |mi! mlMlotu* |h mt Pled run N'rirru*. Co*hull«, «fMl eloiwHl »Mnt l->bru -ury imdtr th»» law forblddlnii f.»relicn-«n> to t#Mch rotivMn.  f(iMlfl(NkiUm of th«* M'iKurc witH print«« te R) DUrlu ««lehii. n« snti« of tli« Mexlrnn «ovwmnen«. » copy of w*il«|t Imd M rm^Wrtd her»».  ; llkl- ihii- .ill i •»-<;> lie M.««» Il"t It-' 1" t!^ ! ..fill . U, tb.e it * î t  Ipi.nd. l'Ut I -rt'.il siv thai I not hire to -i-« k li'.-p! to  ; ,,f liií^ ^í.ii. ti,-. Kü:d .»lid  j « í'ai i< t. r • t «"ri ii e tliiit will maki n." : d. ».-r.. it it I r v. i «vi M "  ! Reference Applaude«!  Tni- th«- oi.l>' i«f« j« ni-- ih«- «o 1 -.rte jot lit.!, t.. J'. ¡lüllth ' Mitin» «le ' l-ie.-t«"d lAtth t blltideriitis appiausf, not  only in the «.Sx« riitily » hamtwr wli'T»* i ................  •he fotmal ' ciimiitii.il tool, pla -e but > Q nft  j 0  Qj,  an d Five Are Injured A« lU. m the «h..mlMr and lobby', Fl* m e» Wreçk Cottage »n East  . f ib» otl.tr *ld" of the »-( «te .-apitrd, j Texas Metropolis  vi i>i'I» w«»re' «-r»»w«l*d with butidird« t<f j . ------  :tiek<t holders umvtilc t«t pun .«ntt .iirei jiaL|<A.S, J«n 1- '/Vi.—-W K. Whitls. i ?.. til. irretuoiiv If.-«P Telephone,-,, fatally burned ¡.-nd riv< o!h«rM  i «uoplIfP'rM i-iirs ¡« -I to th. upper tu.use |  |1i|f ,,, w j v  fn,.;,,,^^ |nj„ r y  m  a fir«-and lol>!«> ihf audible p'-rtlons "f th" ¡ ,,, )f!fr)í  t >y  ^  a K)tft  exploxion which «•M'rriw-» i ivi celui it frwrn** will«»» bete Satur-  The (."ivcni'M ¡s«'«|i,- ■ k. whir l; l'I'- ! y  Mr . vviiitb dlofl Hirturday after-«(itimi rhout ten iiiinut»« in d'-lìvr-ry. i  w„h devoted almoi-i etiMi »»ly lo a re-  M| .  ntì J|,  ( \j rti 1(t „| ,hree  -.lew of I be ^'iiiw I b ..f tbo tnjMjnep* uf ,h||drpt) also wer»' a* Iwp In the hmixe. th»- ht«»' i:»w'iniiifiii. it« • M>-iudltiK! Mr ^'uln e.«rrl«»d two of the children .«etiMII»^ iii'-truMiMK btidK»«t. atol to thr J ,„ , ll( ,  K fr«»<»tJ|>(iXr*> I'^'n r« Mcuo«| the tiCMl Of I.,o |( eii.»iofi bet wem i he .->ff- .ithfrt Thftì^l«»» rftucued Mr. WhlH». , ut»%f «nd li-KUI«tlvn branch» « of U«»« j «n ip^lnsr Uta i-l«thr« from him. He »fov»'riiHirnt. He pb.tded ftu the ne  wl „ badly burned, huwever. over a oprnilion . f the rt'ituhilcnn lewi«liill«»n J  J>ftrt ujF  hnily^ Mr*. Whltl*  in wdvl»«.- the c..ntr<iverN«l pnihlMii». j  WHS 4 b« Pt u (  having «jwtit the niKlit of Htnti-i ruft. and promin»'«! Icarty «••»• i ^jih rétatlVCK. operatioti eli him own |wirt, Mi*, Plnr-«■un' K S KihiIM», Karf^tary of «tale, wit-« in eh;u uf»* »if tht« «•«•n'tiioni"* and ,idnihii«>t»'»ri| th»> »»«lh ot ufflre.  ■ ver the New Year's the l|( ti'HI of the  ur.ni-1 ,ury Tti.-Kih.y wh-ti that boily .»« 'j".-lu!»-»l tt. make it« r» poi t uf!"i !.. ..s iïlir last »frt a neW n!of\ le-' l^'t -r.üin WlHrman-Hielaff. seif V^-ei teil boi* p».rf»«.trator «mpinved by Mrs. S!e|'|,.rs,,n. u<ì week When that ic-jof the line liait hern waitinw three salii h»- would ''"'Ur.s for admit tance, «»ne tot, «bout two years oh!, wa* among the visitors •Welcome," said the president.  kill.  HASSELL NEVER IN WHITTIER, IS SAID  stair--. . 1 i ( i-.ii,panl«'il by meui'aM-a of the r.ibin«and their wiv.-s, whom they had >;;«'fte«l in lh" librtwy "tt the x«e- ! «»nd floor. I  One Tot Greets Cal When the domx were ripensi to thn i publie at ..Tie o'rlork tilos, at the head '  : jK.it iij made. Keyrs ! file ills information In th" superior ■ . ourt >»|H'Clf\ lui.; on what charge rlic« ',v..!iii Ii-' '«r.d hi r >-o-d« f»tid, mt.» : V. o'ltd ta trleil Mrs«. Mepher^on. h»*r  i miithtr. Mi»- Mlnni»- Keniodv and . Nf» Wiwlinti ill'«' How far ini» '.liai for t e,-' 11 n ! n ii I . otc-pii ai •■ w h'le < irioi-ti.n Ih  .-nillin*: bioadly. "I Kue*- S  V"» .-rn:»ll«'Ht t ï.f ever came iiere."  Mr-f « you:itrst''i  onlidge ulun greeted  by pattïn« lie» head.  C. of C. Holds Meeting |  Wemb«-!-» of the < "alexíco Chamber . of Cfimemrco called a meeting this evening to idaii imedittte rehabilitation ¡ of the dama« 0 d section« of the city, i  N'o deaths w.-re reported from any uf the valb-y tort ila report*>d ahakru I by the sorie«» of QUiiken that continued : until afternoon. Dozen« uf oer.sons ' were slightly cut or brui«ed by fulliriK »iebris; subterránean rumbling:»* were heard ulmoHt mnstatitly thl« « venlnir in < "ab* v Ico but earth shocks were of diminishing intensity.  Pire added to the damane wrought by the tremors ¡n Mexiciill. The Azt«-r brewery was destroyed vvjth an e.st;-•tnat'Ml loss of ft 'mo Fire follow ed the first earth shocks. «loxeriK of adobe  Approximately 5,"i00 public schoql and ci.lleg«« students will renume theft* «lUest for knowledRe here .Monday when the city school« and the Tech colh'irc open after u tw«j weeks Christ-! mas holiday .se.ssion,  ......._ " Entrance examinations for new*tu-  "WHOLESALE SLAYER" RESIDED j dents at the Tech have been nnder IN SANTA ANA, LOCATED j  u ., x  „;,„ «. Krldav. and re^lHtration f- %  STEP-DAUGHTER SAYS | th" winter term will ».-tart Monday.  Many new ¡students arc i-xpected, of»  CHIEF OF POUCE  CITIZENS ARE URGED TO OFFICERS BY TURNING REPORTS OF CRIME  HELP IN  the | houHRK crumble«! to dust with the See EARTHQUAKE Page 5  RED CROSS ACTIVE  Nominating Committee Submits Names For Offices During The Coming Year  The nominating committer has submitted the following members on the heard of directors of the American Hed croKH here for the year 102?. the  il'.y .\y.soei,iii-d Pressi AMAKM.LO, .l.vn 1 —George . Ha-- | >."!!. held in Plairu iew :»>i- th.- t-mfess- j cd icilliun «.< !'!.-, w I'l and right step- I children at Parwell, T.'\;i.- and for the' killing of a woman an«! tlsree rbtidren !  MUSICIAN IS JAILED  In an effort to break up the thievery orgy which has «eld »way Intermit- «'lection to take place at the court  f ¡rials said Saturday, and preparations .".re being made fur an enroii* mem during the i.-rm of approximate-ly 1,5oo. Th«« public s«hoq|M will re-■sume their regular routine of clafs work Monday morning:. Hupt. 'M. 'Hi nunciin !•:.'! id, and .ldditionai enroll-in Calitoi ai;i. nev. r lived at Wiiitt jer. |  m ent also is e.\pei'f..<I here An enroll» Calif,, but lived at Snata Ann. Calif.. 1 ment of we!! over 4,fi»0 If expected.  Mrs. Nora Guldrv, oldest at'd only Iiv- ! ---- —-----------------  ing st«'p-daiHThter of the lfnsK««ll home! i.s l«irate l. she had planimd to visit j the Hasi-el! family during tlie time that the killings were .umniUted, but Vailed to come.  "Aa fin -  an I know. IlasKell never lived In Whlttb-r. C H lir, but he lived at Snntii Ana, <"alir.," Mie s.-Hd. "Pur a time be had hi» mail s^m to Whit-ti«^r. and then hud it tr;rn«ferred lo Santa Anna "  HnHs»«ll admitted t.. autlmrtiies that he comtnitte<! the crimes, but has- re-funed to divulge where tlie California Nkrying* were cominltte«!.  tently here for worn e time, T K. May. p«dice chief, Knttirduy i*xucd an ifppeal t«i « Itissens to üKfdxt imllce In appre-li«>tultug th»> thlevrj« hv calling them ¡•t th« first nytltei» of deprediition«.  hoUHf on Janunry 10, it was annotine e«| last night:  Presîdenl, W. H. Atkin«: woman''' work, Mrs .1 S .bmliHott-, bom«' servire Ali« W P .letmingn: mir«lng udivi'  i so that officer« mlKht have an even j tir«. Mrs. S «' Arnett; junior work. , brink with lh"<» burglars. j .Mrs, Hub Jones; lirxt uhi. l)r. W. K-  It I* almost Invwrlably lh«« c««e Huit i Cravens und ..ilvisory boar«l: W. C.  rrnmmjE  5ANTONE   - ■ Tpcfllf  tUtM  AecldenU Ar« Tw»  sfolto»* «ru duo to drowning  m és M** Inpi^t 0f tt»« «sr, Tlt«  ImUm b^WV* MN^baily mur in V(y«p. Mi*. Ctunro, «8.  ' i. Âtw. 4% wtr* kill#d tfertr nur tum«! «*«r on  laSS i^imS**'^  «•r w*» net  .■I^ V-  A^MjlÛIXOAN IS DEAD  TEXAS LASS A SUICIDE  HpHIngon Laas, 17, L*av«s Noi* To Mother) Her Corpse Pound tn Con»u* ChHati  m:  HAN ANTONIO, fan»*. Jan. i m-* ?hr**> 9*t%m* ««w KUled In Ha» Antonio «#4 Vietoitf l(i X#w Yo»r trnf-fic metómM mA the Hap Antoni» riv«r t» l^b« m un «»ffort t»i  «NI fourtli man who  U »uwmmmmI .I^ k*v» plunif«d to hi« ||«eth wha» bte m» w*nt olf « brìd««. K The olir, • «matll aootM), «truck 14 r».  Martin«» »»d earrtwi her over tu* brWf» wla» il. H*r bo^y w«« «h mvmti but |Mit|M w«w not ovruiiii »Atébam« Jutf«« fmatoriat C«ndi«l»t*,  >f<»ltl>ltH CIUUHTI, T^x., Jan. 2. (Jfi —An in^iueat held uinlght following the death ber«* of Mtmi Donna. Wll-lian»«. Httmf-tivfi 17 year «Id «Irl nf IImrUjtiicit. roaullod In » vfrdlrt of HUte(Uo. TB* «tri was found «(hol in h <trtV0 way at th«» V»U«jr>l!»äuwtrle*, Ino, on ih» «iteli rond, tht» «v*nttur< A note addrwwid to her miÁher »wit» found where th* «tti was «hat. It r»»ad In l>ait: furrttir« mf* I cur'*  «Und to 'worry yett mny Gooa*  by« for«vor."  o r,i,: ?l „v j   RADIO GRID FAN DIES  Pulls 0**d A» H» LUUn« tb fl«f»»rt «f FootlMll 0«m*  MONW>Mw5vTto,. Jen. 1 Jttdm Jmmm. J; H«»vfl«ld; former Ala» Imma *upr*m« oourt jouit«», candidate for .UntMMt kiUtMi tmmu* to th» liuti gemmile lurimkry and «ptmtftWid r^ c»nt»jf «MMitftflt attorney «mmnü rar U» «4M«, droop* 4**4 iMr» Ut» tef  4«y Wietel immm & m, AUbum**»  ' / r ¡  Unid*ntifi»d Man Found Shot To 0«ath in ft»ar of Cafe In Shamrock, Texas  MIIAMHOCK. Tcx, Jan l. An  iinWenllfinit man, who came h«re from AmartHb, vhk* found deud at the r»»»r of a pitf* here today. A revolver wo» nenrby,  In hti poeket was a tuho of rat potaon, wtrt of which wan gone. He carried leH»r* uddreimed to Hoy By. tprett, Hofjier, Texan, and aeveral oth-or» po»tm«rk<HJ. AHerton, Iowa, from a woman, lA^ttur - Ma* VVInaton, The l»tter lBjdi«at«Nl they h«d been aweet» hearta and ttiat he had left Iowa tot» lowing dUferfcncea with her.  the victim« wltt waif m«evr«l hours, and In .some Instance» for ft day or a « diu»' han been l<mt; Chief Mny Mirhl. He urged thut elti»enn i»ke all preenti-tionnr.v mi*»»ureK possible, und make • very effort to iimirehcnd the theives Jn the net of lootinir.  He alMo issued xvi.vidng to parents in p'Ttnltting their children to play back and forth wcroxH the wtr«'etn, Pi-dally during hour* of heavy traf-fi<% and on downtown street«.  PHILADELPHIA REVELS WHEN NEW YEAR IS BROUGHT IN  rtllLAIJFJLPFHA. Pu. J«n. 1 (/TI— T|ie new year'« »hootor»' parade, a l'hliadelphltt Institution in celehra-tlon of the coming of the new* year, wa» the uaual brilliant und lauirhlng stock. '  ,T "  Under fair utnl u tomjjcrature  above freextnir, irtftre titan G.ftOO marcher«, dreaned In fanciful:, gro-teanue of comi« ratwisnt, paraded • before a great crowtf^aHmg Hroadway «treat ami the l*ark way.  Hryiin, H. Shernxl, Clark Mullican, .led «V Ki\. i:»'v. W P. .lenningK, K. A. N'olm ui, H. 1». Wood, |>ean J. M. cior-doli, I. C. I'/llls, treafiiirr-r ami 1* S llurkcy, life »living.  BOATS WRECK FATAL  Five Drown a* Rowboat Overturn« in Britiah Columbia, aa Aftermath To Day'a Outing  NKLKON, H. C, Jtrti, 1 (/P).-. Five rettldent» of Arrow Park on the west Hhore of I'pper Arrow lake, wer»«' drowned early today when thp Iwmt in which they were returning from a New Year'« eve dance from Ka«t Arrow l ark. Hero«« the lake, capaixed .  The party cofmisted of Mra. Dtmlel JtogerM, Eta rah Rogers, hIx: Mary Kelly, 20: Pun iiv Ontharn, If); and Albert Ma rotund. ST. who watt rowing. The body of Mra. Kogei'* ha* b*»»n rooov-ered.  ENGINEER IS HERE  Dallaa Man Looks Over Lubbock In Jaunt Over West Texas; Office Site Is His Aim  Lad Believed Implicated in Drug 8tor* Robbery in Houston, ts Arrested • in Fort Worth  1 nP.T WOIÎTH. Texas. Jan. 1 (/P)— Surrounde»! hy police at a houne here, c. i n ,. Ilun ton. orch.es|i-a drummer, about ^'3. \,a« arreHted without re-Mstaiu-o indu y a s the alleged partner of Prank. J'Ierce, robber nlaln In a recent Houston drug «tore hold up.  llunton is l.olng h«-!d for «ifficer» rxp'-ctcd to arrive here S'tndav from Hcustmn. where a charge ' robbery With firearms is filed , .¡i-' him. îeUce had l»«-n seeking Jlynton h ore two wet ks. H»> whs traced partly through the lucnl musicians league of which on»' of the police j* a member.  liibb tlilehnst, of the general and consulting cngin«'ering firm «if Nitgle, Will. Unllin.i and tilb-hrbi:, of piilla«. .irrivr«l here Saturday on n trip of hi-KpeiMlvn o\ rr Wrwt Ti»xìiH, w s< b lh«' possibility that un offi»«« of the company will be loomed thly. part i.f the' «tate.  Mr. fJllehris». who h a great «Uni :  Waco of hlghwisy anil oth« 1 . i onstrm tl«m !  THIEVES STEAL EIGHTY  DIAMOND RINGS WORTH $10,000  \VACI>. Texas, Jan. 1 </Pf—Kighty diamond ring»», esrinmted al over $10.-luti», wer«> stolen here front a jewelry establishment this evening In whal: is regardai an on«- of the bolde«t dtVV light roltberleM ever perpetrated in  work tn Texají, repr»»>»etstK on»- of ih" best «>ngliií'«MÍtig firm«! in the hoii*1 vvr.'-t. Prom HO y lo ÍU-I lie was divinino í'i'Kineer of ih»» state highw.is department. with heaibiuart.-i s at >Mi An'oriii laving toi;." ».«an mi. 1  Stl rotini 'es, , 'id iti I '»-'."i I lid '.'»i WM* «tute highwa'. engii>o-i, il ■ wüm w.th the l iiited Stale« arm,' immediately following stgning of tin -4  urmli'Ucc. »pending from Nov«-mb.«r Ji PJtS to >1ay 21, l'JPJ overweit« In chatge of Hatvage work on a narrow gunge railroad,  The geins wen« .stolen fröm th# window aft<»r the theif had gaininl ureesH to the intride «f the «tore from the building above which wa« vacant.  •«Mr  THE WEATHER  Wichita Falls Lass Sentences Drunken Dad to Term in Jail  Make Decision foÈ Govt  ICH ITA  <1*11. t.—A ■floiaUy In Ut» R,  Th» father wa* »arrestad "again** for bftng drunk. He had b»«n b«* före th»-Judf» »»¥#e«l tima», and man'« mmiiy wm. dMtituto.  f»* ■ i n«ttht  —B-JS wmmm  4$> v  i,  "How long ihVl I k»ap y«ur fatlior in jail?' 4  th» judg«  a «k«<l her,  Iii« old man in «gainf »H« iNwintf» "K»»p him In tw«  T*» MNMkt it wUI W raw  is y§t lift  L ÉMiÉitaa  FIVE DEAD IN FIRE  ^M  Massachusetts Flam»» Claim Lives of Rubber Company Employeesi One Body la Lost  (fly the AuiOHrlatod pre»») HANOVKH. Ma»»., Jan. 1, —Five inen, employee»  t ,f the Clapp Rubber Company here, hwt tUelr live« today In a fire which deatroyod a largo bodle* have b«en taken from the ruin» ♦arty tonight, but the fifth had not bean found. The origin of tha fire wa* undetermined.  The bodien war» unrecognisable, but tt bad been eatabltahed thai .Tutuae WalUnse, do, an employee or th» rub» ber company, and PhttJIp Ct uahey, tfi-year-old gnmdaon of the matrnn of th« boarding bo«»», were «moo« tha victim«. A «liMit*up of tht t« tmnptM «1 «»« WNMHUi^ bAU«» WM 4  ft**»** 1  fí-^í^'i"^  [Otte PIEOPte /IM SIUbMCCB. AMO  'ötteRs  i I  '■J.i  Woat Tteiutt. «tòte  íatr, urna ctmmirt 4» temí Oklaboma: «undaty and i  fftMStl   

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