The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 299, Ed. 1, Monday, November 16, 1931 Page: 1 of 4
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Cl)c Ikeckenrifrge American
Wfit Texa f'!. nj.lv I'K-nl h. rr
r oler Wes poiti.n tonight Tie-
(1 CiOti'J) -h e I ir.
OI. 11 NO. 'J
fLJ' Mcinj United Press
BKECkENMUGE STEPHENS COt'NTY TEXAS. MOM) Y NO KMM'K U. lyll
(UiO Means United Ptess
PRICE FIVE CENTS
LEAGUE ADOPTS ARMAMENT TRUCE
2 ; i
HAT i the i.'ijnt ..f J mm..
An red oimttr suit againt
r..n'.en of the .state's grratit
' mrHnis ami anoclatlon
Thi- .-uestlon wa aoked In pol.ti
ii . trim five minute after n
im tnciil wan matte that tli
v n tttorrrt k-. n. ral h.t I t ken
i h. udgrl it n-t th ni oil
'inpanie of thi a-i'-st ntate HUht
i' this tUa ivm move a public
'ffir hold) r mikr l twinlnl u i-
t. I f a po.if'cal nature It
in poliii.tn c.etom
VV AS Jlmime AHreo playing poll
" M- with one eye on oil
tii unin nnil the other u the
g .ern.r' .-h.i r ir w.u he ! i if
'n 'I'll) Ui 'he -tate that t
h in i i the important office I- i i
wci known fa- t that when 'nn-
Jiir i they happen to be n th '
the m..t p.Wtftil weapon p
'i m an have i gulden o mi
a i-i a forrlb r stt k againM mi -r
nnlu'iler It aim well Kit 'i
and generally i. . epd tha tli n
are -ti.l toini' i.- public Pf thtt
P'jt -etvlo to the stale am) nv . n
above self. Not many it i ti u".
1'T extl what wu
' Allied uif Was I
i hi in ml
hu tump car. I f. r Allred. or was
he endeavoring t.i strengthen the!
ii that 'U l h.m where he ii
We -l'nt think Jini.nv th. Went
Trxan wa p. i. in; poliiica We
i c ir. lined toluve he wan in
on when h- ill lit .itfunv tne !
mpmien n. I ulmn If he1
st - thi u '' whit ilneR he rfiin
Nit'injt Ana thi. l.nt th- way
pmfri.onal poplr ) i n .in.l iu !
iV' pnliticMn j. thi- Kumr Their
a. ti..n are uluwv mi'l ne.t ..Ions J
the Mnt )f In iiL- I win talU yuu '
i"e They fin'in- in the fu'ure I
They do nothing th it w l.l in uny
wa reinov th. tu fnm trie tup of
the Ill'.l win luxe or it w.
VI.I.IIKO ev.l.ntly had the evl
ilcnre or rle he would tm.
hair filed the ouster irMtMdlr.n
Purely he wnul.l take no chnt re
nke that No mn even a putll'.-
'firinl. coirs to be piaewd la the
tielisht aa i fMl We rather Im-1
limine he hai the evidence at hand.
If he win the -ii.t of roil ? it nit-
Mrjllv foleiw that he w'll be he!p-
c I That la if it ihmil.i lie if h
lose- then pei nn illy he 'o And
lh.it i not tin xlitlcal ga m n
taiil lie fore.
1 I.IItlCl) rno h ive hu e n h j
Viveiiwi - pi iri IK- Ii iii.ii
ti "I-. He u iinl like t ha th
I'.'nor uf Ihimk i(t.U'iuui of I i -Hut
- waa l.iu Mu dy i'ii' ' t
wtven he wu a't.une) g -pei i '
i I ii- ne aiiibitio i n a w I: -.
teiunt; ww ambitum. not p i '-n
ni v perhaw hut bei uio '
di'Tir of the tiertl-. of M n .
ih'i And Vei t t dy i i I
t" rue fr"iii I'lie life II in
ei w - a .iii i in He nri a
be IVrhnM th i :he r i h
hu - m nl Tetj i u d guv i i
I V itit'HsK 'lure are th" i tht
fought him That utigti" hive
Imn prrtanal it niphl h.e Iwi-n
rherwie St-rlmg d dn't r 't.d th.-
fifthtuiK as itim h tn he n.irrir I th
p wei tx'hm.l the thtoni ' nftty
jH.iitti -. He eivi.t And win .! e
he Kit for It I r Ki.nl what ;.';
lmt editor .f 'Kl)lorlHlt ..r the
Month sa .ilmul Sterlin;. ;.-t
fPKN day itc the f nt.i . : f
furs f i lover nor 'nx
reiched a rn-i fur his own n..l
hi tcdltors pio'eition h. - - 1
I) 'tct uj'urPK' ''; ejit V : I . 1
lh.i-.and dl'lJt .o-iii'l
cen'mn of a tun ettati' t . - h . h
w a-.ngni.l n H h of win' te
lt.l.n.I o. a j.n-it pe-mint' l r-
Uni I'articipi'in in the loir .nd
a mg .i a h ml oT idviior i the
tru-tee were i gn"i if Hj t jn'ii
tU'M! promin. at t.. inkers.
)KUHAP he iii.wt un Hrts
iiiinllk.- imnd Jim Ke u win
ci .il.l w.i- ti minute lo thu
It tn i lion n In i lerguson. rur-
uni1 an off ...or impurt
'PHK KAi! "f the case are
that Mi tetong I a v.etm
cf hi- own dt..t on to the pnh.ic
service Hit wi. fices Ir the peo-
ple - interest b.tg.m Ions before he
u oicil the duti of the govern-
v a office th.- beuan in lla'ris
Cmnt whn h- erved aa Cha i
man of tho N4vuatnin Cmm'-.
ston they continued over Into h
trnuic of office as Chairman f thr
State Hlshway Cwmnusaion n.'.
the culminated when h served a :
t -vernor Of Mr. Sterling It may i
be siU He wu emefed upon the i
cro-s of public serv ce '
'MIKY have fought Sterling wnV
little satUfaetlan Tnev wi.l
f eht Jlmmie Allred booate he hs
pitted himself ugalnst ati-ene; com-1
bines He may be right and h may
be wrong Hut sentence cannot be '
given until the evidence I m. '
WEST TEXAS :
Cisco Bank Will Reopen
This Month With New ;
DEI. Itlo Nov l UP
rltiten perating in uli"ii'
Intr fundi i numbi't of the b.i
In Veit TeVM that ha- . . '
(totted within the last two m n-'i
are heinir reoricnnize I .in I i...p.
d. a urvey howe.l t.li
In eOMthweet Tex i- the new M
Allen State Il.ink .if M AM'n w i
fum.illv opened after It hid t-ik
en nrr the FlMt Nitionnl i".
State Kink and Ttut '.nwpnn i
i th of which ci.ed (V tober 23
A new bank. lh fltli-n St.ile
It ink openeil for buj:neii t t'ni '
I'l iin tiln and customer linod
the .ewiilk long befmv ofienm
time to niakc Jeopelt ' Bight of'
the eleven Mt Texa btnk
wliii.h c!ed recently now are
either open or reorgamxatlim plans
are wall under way.
The Ul Lake State lUnk and ;
Security Bank of Bnllinger have
bn rcopvned Reorganisation of J
th San Angelo National I tank has i
been completed and It will be
oprnc.1 November 30.
The CImco Hanking Company
Which i loee.l tx weeks ago will
be reop. 'led n a nitlonal b.nk
the l.itti-t put of thi.t month.
Cashier Grapples With Man
After Cash Is Stolen
ARILtSNU. Nov. 16. UR Albert
Martin theatre enrfhter here fitis-
trateil an attempt to seise J30O
(torn him today and srapplcd with
hie assailant until others arrived
tc capture him
J J Wrkfht of Dallas was cap-
tured as Hie alleged bandit. He
said he would tted guilty and
"wunt to get It over with."
Martin suffered severe head
bruises aa he saved the money
which he was taking to the bank
to dapouit. His assailant slugged
him a he passed an alley ami
threw pepper in his face.
Uleets At Waco
WACO Nov l 'U.f The Itap-'
tL t Youns People' t'nlon conven-
t .n of 1 aas. said to be th large jt
vi.'ini; . opN' convention In tho '
wntij wil' tntet here Nov 2. 3T
and 3 five thousand m oaengers j
ftotn Tixm churches are expactetl
I; will b.. the fourth utaor Baptist'
association to meet hrj this
Twentieth century problenu com
plicnUng the moral a ad spiritual
iIivim uf ung people will be dh-
ritased tn t xin.l tthle conferences.
J ICarl Mi id r.lucition director- of
the CUff Temple Baptfcrt church.
tiailas. will preside over all genets!
sessions i- president. A special
I Thanksgiving service la bain?
pUnneJ f. Thinkngtvine; day.
Among t ii- speakers secured for
the convent .on are Dr W. L.
White. F'.r Wruth. Dr T C Hol-
Hirnb. Ok. ibonia City. Dr. W Mr-'
"hill '. Mallaa; Dr J Howard
Williamt. ' ite taptiiit secretary.
..ml IM I E Burroughs Nashville.
Featuring the program will hi i
'!ate Intermedial 'word drill con-j
test and a state Junior memory
'drill contest I
American Can M)
Am P I. Ill
Am Hmelt 2b 1 2
Am T A T ISO 1-1
Ansconla It &-S
Auburn Auto 113 1-1
Aviation Corp Del S
Beth Steel SS S-S
Dyer A M 18 1-1
Canada Dry 18 l-
Oase J I ill l-I
Chryder 16 3-8
t'urtlss Wr.ght 3
IClec A : I. 11 VS
Klec St Bat 39
Foster Wheel 11 3-K
Vox Films 6 1-2
den Klec 30 7-S
Gen Mot 37
ntl'ette S It II 1 a
r-oodye-ir M I I
HoiMton Oil 2H 7 s
Int Harvester 32 7 a
John.- Manville 31
ICrogir O A U l! 5H
Uq Carb 20 1-1
Mon'g Ward 11 5-8
Nut Dalrj' 28 1-2
ft V-u " ''
Pul It .1 wn m n pretM ui;orit'
t. i-- if you like. But five -nen
ue reported In have conunitti-d
suicide under the p.ll of lovely
Mile Renee OuRlk'a enchanting
eyes. The latent victim of the Aus-
trian uotre Is aald to be a yottn
melli-al student who nhnt hlmi.'lf i
after wilting that he had been bewitch.-.
1 bv Mile Itenee t eye.
Volunteers Asked To Be At
Meeting Tuesday j
A cull for volunteer workers to
assist In conducting the annual
Ued CVsi Kail OiU hi llrecken-
ride wim lssilM today by K.
Hinrtchs. County Chairman.
According to Hinrtchs lite "dri. "
has been In force for nearly a
week ami only $2 has Ik on r. -cetvod.
A meeting cf volunteer worker
has been set fir 10 o'clock Tues-
day morning at the Chnmbci of
Commerce. Hlnrlaha urced th it
men and women attend the meet
ing and ttnrt the drive at once
"Thl thing is of too much im
portancc to Stephens County to be
wmI by." Hinrtchs sakl today
In announcing the meeting. "Th r.-
should be dozens of volunteer
workers present at the meeting
Tuesday because of the vital pin t
this mom y will play In taking
care of Stephens County unfoitu-
natee this winter.
"It should not be necessary f.ir
the wcrkcis to call upon the aver-
age person for his subscription
The check should be mailed at
orice to myself or to Muw Coin
Tyson secretary f the org.mU.i-
tlon. However it I necessary to
make a campaign and for this tea-
son we need worker.
"We thank there to mm to die-
put th fact Unit had it not been
tu- the lied Croaa Inst year and
th eawiy unit of this year many
Stephens County and Breekenrtdge
residents wouM havo suffered. The
same to true of Uito year.
"The drive must be conducted at
one;; HubserttUloas) to th organ-
lisitkn must be obtained. This can
be done only with the aid of
Ilreckenr.dfe residents. "
IXIIOOIt' TKXAS TILVMS
Al'ttTIN. Nov. Iri. UJ! Indoor
tennis watchaa between lull Til-
den and Vincent Uichards huvo
been propcecd for this winter to
the Austin Chamber f Ccininerce
which In turn has referred the
proposal to Winner Allison and
University of Ttuts athletic offic-
ers. Jerry Cargill of New York
Is promoting the plan.
I' in Ihjhlix 11 M
Phillips P 7 1-8
Prairie O & 7 1-2
Iure Oil S 1-2
Purity Bak 17
lUdlo 8 3-i
Sears Roebuck 12 1-1
tthell Union Oil 1 I
Southern Pacific II
Stan 041 N J M 8-1
Soceny 13 7-
Stodebaker 1A -a
Texas Corp IS 1 3
Txa Gulf Sul 3M 1-2
t'nd Kltlott 33 1-3
l? S Gypsum 27 1 2
I' S Ind Ale 1-1
U S Steel 87 l-l
Vanadium 10 13
Westing Klec 10 1-2
Cities Service 7 3-1
Ford M Ltd 7 l-I
Gulf OH Pa -lb
Humble OH 52 3-t
Nmg Hud Pwr 8 1-8
Stan Oil Ind 20 7-8
Grandi Hurries To
Washington To Meet
With Pres. Hoover
NI V Olt.x V.. 10. (t I1) 0u- of tlio wi.i-M'k tiun:.
t -t dipIoMi.it 1'iim it.intii foroijrn miiii.sti'i' fur It.i1
ijiriR' to tlif I nitori States Uxiav to tiisat.v-. lnti-niiitioii.t'
pioliloms with I'rwitlcnt Hoover.
Grandi prepared to hurty withy
an " ili. .I itc p lu-e c-n-ort to Watth-
; ing- .n
Th- thl k f p-rnilttod Oramll.
hl wlfi itii' men. her of the of-
fi.i..l Mity ft. mi flying to Wa.li-
iln:t.n witli Colonel Lindbergh In
tlie foity-elght passenger "Amer!-
Arrangements had been made frr
the flight and Lindbergh was call-
ed burk from the south tn convey
the Italian diplomat to Washing-
ton The fog that held over the
mettopolit.in urea made the flight
There hid been In advance some
feat of antl Kn-x-lst demonstrations
ehould he debark In New York
an. I travel thrt ugh the city. Antl-Fa.-H-istl
and cmmunlsU clashed
here l.u-t night In the course cf
a meeting where Grandl had been
calld a "distinguished asasln."
ArmmuMils In Breach Of Promise
Suit OF Abilene Girl Against A
Roswell Rancher To lJoiin Today
API1.KNK Nov 11 .Li.Ri Argu
im nts twifan today in the rehear-
ing of the $Sn000 breach of pnm-
l. suit of Madge Ilobcrt. .ilen-
.Icr red haired cigar counter girl
against J LmjoIh Keel ycung Hoh
well N M rancher
Mi--. It ilnTt.-i and her relative
lenlifi. d Keel pnHin-ed tn iiiurrs
her and that when after two years
he married another she "lost twen-
ty pounds and became iiU'Kui-
iholy." Jurors were unable to nKee at
the first he.iring of the suit.
TO J. F. BURKE
Father F. N. Burke and Mrs.
Russell Patterson Dies
at Local Hospital
John Ft inc I'litkv fill father of
I K. N. Uurke loi-al oil operator.
pasted away about I 15 a. tn. today
a the Wests. de Hospital whore he
had been a patient for two week.-!.
! Mr Burke hud been In failing
health for several years.
The lioily Is he ng shipped from
Kanger this ufternoon to rArt
tcott Kansas where he will oe
lu.ld to rest beside his wife. iruner.il
' r vices will be held at 11 o'cloc't
. Mr Burk was born April IS.
1530. In Korkton. "III. He came to
j Itreckenrldg a boot two yuan au
to uiake his home with hi j son
I Two children eurvlvo Mr. Biitko.
! his son here and Mr. Russell P.it-
I tcrson of New York City. Mrs. Pnt-
terton. who Is the wlfo of the
'prominent llltistrator and c.i'toon-
llst arrived In UrcckenrltlBu a week
'ago to be at th bedside of her
Mr. Burke and Jin. Patterson
will accompany the bod; nf their
fa'.her to Von Scott.
Women's Clubs To
Days This Week
Achievement Day pro; r a tn
among the Women's Chin of tae
county have been set for Wednes-
day Thursday and Friday sftJC-
noons Miss Frances Chentlutm.
county home demonstration agent
said this morning
These programs which arc held
annually are for the purpose of o.-
hibiting the projects computed
during the year. Four-11 Club pan-
try and poultry work are to be dis-
played this week.
Meeting are scheduled at tlu fal-
lowing places Wednesday Mrs. It.
A. Rltchey Hubbard Center. I 01)
. Mrs. W. H. Conner. Post Oak.
2 IS. Mrs. Jesse Uylea l-Hrks. 2. SO;
and Mrs. Oan Clark. Parka. I. ad;
Thursday. Mrs. O Tomlln. ISollan
I IK). Mrs. Lee Trout. Iftiliiin 1:13;
Mtii A. Mueller Harperavtlle i tii;
ind M-s Paul Koborts Hiirpei-
villi 3 00. Frdiy. Mr. B. Oish.
W.i)land. 1 oo Mis. T. C. Ptimbro.
WayUnu. I. IS; Mrs Dave Fnmbro
Necessity. 3 30 and Mrs. Bud Lang-
ford. Frankell 3 15
8-VI'O VNIt "Bid Ironsltl-h"
j NOHI-'OLK. Va Nov. 13. IU.RJ - A
t it il of H-iono persons vslted the
. I' S Frig ite ConatHutlon. "Old
iHtnaules.'' during its seven-day
I visit tit Norfolk. On one of theao
days the ship waa open for only
i two hours
Enters Plea Nol
Guilty To Charge
SANTA MONICA. Cillf. No 1
l'.n- C. Van Iavltt. ."i". brothcr-in
law of President Hoover and C. R
Dulley. a SnnUt Monica grocery
store proprietor today pleaded nit
guilty to charges of possetttlon of
Ioavltfs tril waa set for police
court on November 2. while tlutt
of Dalley's was schoiluled for De-
Proration Schedule To Be
Discussed At Meeting
Set For Eastland
Stephens County n.l operators
were urged by Omar Hurkttt. .dale
railroad commission representative
to attend a mcoltns; of operator! of
the West Central Texas District to
be held rA. the ICastlund Count
courthouse Tuesday morning at 10
At that time u now proration
schedule will bo discussed ind
plans for dlnpooltlnn of oil adopt
Burkctt. who has been transferred
tu Eastland from Iienderson. wheie
ho was In charj;o of proration in
the Knst Texus oil fields w.is u-
eoniiHinleil here by Luther HeU-w .
According to Burkctt the com-
mission recently passed an ord'r
allowing production of 30000 bai-
rt'la dally In thl district. This la al-
located between tho pool of the
fovrtcon counties In the section.
The counties are Stephons Cil-
lahnn. Shackelford. Throckmorton.
Younir. Iiistland. Palo Pinto. Com-
anche Coleman. Brown RunneX
Taylor Jack. Mr. Burkttt dfclnr-
cil producln-; wells arc clusalfleil In
throe groups. Including those from
1000 feet to 2000 feit in depth; 2000
to 3000 feet; und ovor 3000 fee
The first Is allowed 10 liarrei per
day the second 20 barrels and tho
thlrtl 10 bairels.
Burkctt urged all Stephens coun-
ty operator to attend the Impoi-
ant mooting of West Texa opera
Bodies of Man
OKLAHOMA CITY Nov 18 I l
The 'jndie.4 of a m in and woman
were found In a motor car narked
on tho Newcastle h'ghway south of
the city today.
The woman was Identified a
Mm. Arllo Cecil. The limn later wan
identified us C. It. ISdwards. The
coroner returned a verdict of mur-
der and suicide.
The body of the man first w is
Idrntifiod a the woman's hud'iid.
but Ccll wu found ahortlv after
the botllee were found. Rcpurlei
told him tho new nf tho tinge ly
He said he had boen having do-
ntustlc trouUie w th his wife but
was unable to say who th man
Bodu of Pretty
WHEELING. W Va . Nov. 1.
IU.R The body of a pretty well-
drossed girl about 18 years old.
with a ploce of rope dmwn tight-
ly orrtind hor neck was found on
a highway known as "Lovers'
I .a no" near here this afternoon.
Mrs. Minnie Illco who lives
ubo'it a quarter of a milo fiom
the place where the body was
found told police she he.it d
screams of a girl tarly today
nwiiK. If i.
Couil i lloki' i k N I I'. 'i Ilil. i n ' f. . . .v ...th x.
vv.tli Ad'tinul II;. id a. ui Mi- ' t In l'li Inn LP the ihown being
'ongr.xtulati il 'n one of tin- u ttie wi'ti at tin- ie emonv The flvi-i
iheenn frn.u Ihi.i country while he uiu in Little America w.th Ityrd
.vuj permitted ti be In. Iinle.l in his requited term of resilience.
Selection Of Man To Succeed
Wurzbach May Have Effect On
Congressional Red is I r i c I i n ii
B (iOKIION Ii. SlIl'Altl'.U
I'n.ted Pr".i Staff CorreMpnudcnt.
AI'STIN. Nov. 18. d'.iv Selection
of i tticceur to the late lepubll-
ran loiiKii-Ktmun. Hairv M. Win '-
barli. muy havn a Wide cff'rt on
the piojMisalri for congrcbsinnnl rc-
(iistricring In Texas.
Fcriner redlstr.ctlng plant had
plat-oil Bexar county In a district
by Itaolf for the avowod purpusn of
breaking up tho tltslrtot In which
Texas has hud Its lone republican
representative at Washington f Jt
If. as I'eem likely a democrat is
named now the demand for u vis-
Ion of the district may he quieted.
County J dge Wl'llam Wu-Jihach
of Bexar County broth r of the
late congrrasman announce 1 lie
would not be a candidate dc r'lc
likelihood that he would be i;ivrn
"Much of C ni;rcsmaii Wuiii-
biuh's support was person it rather
than bri-uiite of rty linen ' e.nd
St ite Itepniii ntut.ve F. C Wi inei t
of siuin. "This should go to Wil
ll.im Wuiibach and. with t'l. nm
m.il iletimiratic strength wiUh he
h.m a-tsure his choice."
Puiiilbillty of redibttli tin ex
pci-te.l t cunfine the race in llexu
county candldatfu. Pci.ih:ij from
the other counties do not f.in a
race with I he prospect th it the
next sedsUm of Ihc Tei.i lest- ln-
ture will refurni the district le iv-
Ing their counties m.t of it. '.Vc In-
ert says this alone will prevent uny
st long fight being m-idc for a cin-
dldate from the lata cong.-.a.ni i:.'h
home county of Qu-idsiupc. Proi-
pcctlve candidate ftom Corpus
Chris' I alaa fic the same difficul-
ty. Th? San Antonio city organisa-
tion cat be counted ttpjn to 'rxc'.K
to its full strength any c indiU u
Congressman John M. Garnei
prospective peuKer nrty want.
Whethei the Uvalde congressmiu
will find it necessary to "pic'i"
however U doubtful. But ohmi'd le
'Mis the word along the city ctir-
laat on will accept It. This 1 not
alone beoau-s of the den ie t
mr nth-n the democratic h"ld on
the houie ol represent itiv.-i I hi -cause
of a clr.ie fiiendthip. Both
Garner and Mayor C. M. Chamber.
of San Ant'.nlo are native. o.' H d
River County. Tixis n id 'li!
frl-.'nda. Cirl Wright Johnson i-.
nimncid .i' 'date il o lived in
Red lllver cmnty befcre .i.ov.n
San Ant n!n.
Ono of the keene; "Don". Kf.f
COTTON STOCKING MOVE
Breckenridgc Teachers Frowning Up Silk Hosiery
Luxury Planning To Speculate In
Will viiitiiii stic'iiugt lie I ln i ili ratli-r t!mn llif oxc-ptlon ut
tlu Brtcki'iiritlgi. high .elmol? It K pohhlhle they will I in.
A group of liigl(M'lionl trinities aide t und nluttid li higli nuIioiiI
girls tiro on the crtf of declarlitf; wnr upon silk liosluri "" t"x
Tliej lii'llmo it would lie un economical move. They havo hopes
It ml;tit help cntton ctinsiiinptl m. uliicli In turn luiuld aid the
cotton iuiliihtry. Tholr ihlef lutir-t howrvcr is fntind In llu
A few of tip- leii-hers in ntl Inforn tl niectlnr; Stimlti.i night'
htuilk'il wltli mlmiti' Ittti rest the cott'in sf-i'.Uiiig Hiluutloti. Or
perhaps It would lie licit r l tiv thc frowned upon the tdll. hosi-
ery mpcudltiirt's tsi'-h iiuiiith. Tin- "re tiled mi llu h:t of p.ij-
I ui; out g'lod ilnlliir for runnrrs.
Willi Ill's its the uticietii the tc-ichers hope to have everj teacher
In the public m'IiimiU iv-nrlng cotton tituckings t'l thi'ir dall toll.
TIii'v hope In spread the mm illicit t-i high school girls.
It nut) bo cuttuu btucl.lnjj tlni" In BrccKeiuldri' ere man dajs.
.- dl it r.K ii -h .1
i iki . N i ii il ? itmn
Me" democrat c politicians of the
state Is confident that the repub'l
i "in itute i ganisatlon will nut
make an effort to hold the list-lei.
"II. B Crcager. republican tii'.on
al committeeman it no fool" he
said. "He Is not going to r k dam-
age to the prestige of the republ'
can state organisation hy subject-
ing It to a likely dufeat in thw
race. Wuntbach was alwtyi ut'otits
with the Croager oranltuitlon and
was ropotitedly elected tn congie.s.
Think whut a reflection It would
bo on that organisation for it now
to lots tho district If it uu-ilc a
Kedl.-trrV.ing before the next r.-t
u!ur election of con;n .union i-t nn.v
possible if the goveinnr caIN i n-
other spec al ssson of t.ie Tex is
Irglslat ire. If he doc he will .sub-
mit leilistrictint; ug iln. Relief that
there will be another .ie.s.d in pci-
ststs though the govetnoi in t he
hu none In contemplation.
The state f nances will foice the
session 's jtopularly belleuM lirie
where st'ite employes nlrendy lire
having to dlscc nt their pay vouch-
er ut big percentages.
Red'stilctin'i's b'gged hut-llp t
the framing of a hill that will nit
the polit'.til ambitions of .i-enib.' s
of tho legislature. Quite a lot of the
181 members have an eye on i on
Kie. Congressional districts wet
(hangrd Just bofore John N. Gum
cr wont to Washington. He w.is In
tho Texas legislature then. H s p
llticnl skill even then wan appar-
ent. He was the only one wh-j hud
a district carved out from which be
could bo tected Ntiiiierou i others
have tried and failed.
Little Hope Held
For Football Star
I TUSCALOOSA. Ala.. Nrv. 18.
! UJ!- Little hope was held here to-
day for recovery of James Nlcli-
oIj Alabama University freshman
football player of Fort Wayne.
Ind. who was Injured in practice.
Physicians aid his sp tie was
SHAMRtM'IC. Tex. Nov. 10. 'U.R
AullioritieM today Investigated
the ikath of Dave Bowers th i ly.
whue electrically kilted bnly was
uisctivcreti yesurday uenealii a
bridge over the north fork of Red .
River near here.
United States Signs One
Year Pact Effective
l.r'NKVA. Nov ID. (UP t
!. igm- of Nations today offi '
pi 'H I iinied a one year ariii.nu
'mi. i effective November t.
pnrtv five Htn iu -e I
i. elved to the i i t- ij n
hile a battle .
' .a the Lc-iKhi. .f N .t -l
' K ites jialni-icl i p !
'r i i-rltliui te-f f ti w..i
ic murhinrr n cm '
ending the Chine-n Jap mr c stt r
J tMnee w.e icrx r'e.i niK i
mt '"n the Nnnl Ijivrr frm' '
ward Angunchi and T'l itim af
ei three days of h.i fichtin n
wnicn casualties were liij-h.
General Ma Chan Sh in Chine
commander villi .lefcnl Tsit-. h i
to the hut. ho tn th.- Undo I
J Pi ess
The Japanese government m
intruded its representatives at the
J league to pledge withdrawal . t
( troops when basis of settlemen' i i
Jajmn's "five point" Is rnfon. .1 in
Toklo ci-iMldered suggeHll..n. .
-entl m-ic bombing jilancs to M n
i Morning Tower Group Oh-
! serves Homecoming Day
Moic than 500 nttende.l Horn
i coming Day of the Morning Town
Bible Class held Sunday morning
at the Pihicc Theatre.
J dgo J. 12. Hickman nf the Kl.-v
enth Court of Civil Appeals. K.a
land and former teacher of tli
c'tis. was the principal spcnkei
Musical uumhurs prctteiited hi
eluded a vocal dtmt by Miss Fl'-
Inc Martin und Miss Lucille Wool
and vocal soloo by Mrs. John '
Ward and John S5 Martin. The ' 1 1
male (piartct also presented ..cm l
The theatre was crowded h
the Hnmocomln; D.iy sorvlur w i
started at 0:-l I a. m.
Survey Of Plot
of New Buildim?
Survey of the plot of groiin i
Cotut and Willlaina Stredt w'
llreckonrldgp's now federal bo
Ing will bo orccted. lias bocu
pleted by F. II. Soay. cciinty
In addition to in ikm. . i ti
survoy of stitr uindt" I "!
Mr. Sony made an u i gi. n
probo extending f ft i ' et
dopth. His le.it p t in i
deep w.th n cxti i n v n t
feet doep. Thij w i . n c .
tain tho nature nf ii nn
beneath the surf ice
The cnmploto rvi mm
the approval of the pnstnff . . .
ficials It will then be foiw.; '
Causes Death Of
Four At Border
BORGER Nov. 18. U.R I .
utur liquid that was imbibe. I . i
week-end party cluimeil its f.n t
victim today with the de.th .'
J. II. Muckey In ii local h. -pit it
Alrnhnllr pothnnlng also cliin
a fifth victim here o-roi the n.
end when cfflcom rep ted ti
Sylvon Bailgloy died at his ii. i
here. Wood ulcoh"! .rptr-'il
caused Badgley douth i hysic i
Other members of the p.r
which claimod tho life ef Ma - y
and who aic dead also are G. "
Thctnns. 12. Arthur W. Whitu..
30 and A. B. Ward.
I MIDDLESUORO. Ky.. NV H
IIUrU-Theodnro Drelsoi ami i 'ui
' Pommissos prominont authoi in 1
1 eight others today wero indi i
i by a Kentucky grand July a
I charges of criminal syndicalism
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