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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi 11128 MKN BV 01 ALEXANDER LOSES Out Home Itim in Old is Sent to Showers by Yankee Ingl Louis Thu of the American woi their straight game in the world sis Stadium in to when downed the Luuta of the i u seore of Playing the pitching of and the of G rover Alex tinder at Ihe New York team showed Hint they of tlie tst ajl Lou who plays initial sack for the hit a home run as to the Yankee and had a busy day around first held Mie Cardinal shivers four Awhile Alexander was ed tin innings on Ihu mound during which time the Yan kees had secured six The old muster in his and hunched their off his Tomorrow Ihe teams vll Yankee Cardinal lield in Saturday will he in the scries i id in UK Fordham fortiter stnr on the New York Friseh od MO of hi by play report follows Furnished through radio GEORGE BEBAN DIES OF INJURIES Motion Picture Actor From Horse in Hy The Press Lus in Hod whun ho was fmm n horse Sun Ilu heen virtually retired wince the death in Heban years nn the of ihe in uf the product ions PIPE IS CONTINUING lI Liid South Of Ar And Mississippi Working First Inning grounded out to walked on four after fouling a lier goes to out to struck No no singled by short out of reach out lo Hafey in left field talked on lour wide iMira to hot a home run into tile right Held scoring Durst and Until ahead of him out grounded Three two Second Inning walked hit a In right short light goes to third base Alexander grounded to Wilson throws wild and Mur to third and Alexan der hast hit into a double lo to scoring High popped out to third hils one New grounded out Bottom Alex ander to Bottomley Durst singled to tonter scoring Koenig pupped to One Third Inning retrieved the too hilt to make for stole second Iol Struck out Ha fey grounded Koenig lo Friseh g o third base Xo runs ti lield walked a two base hit into scoring and Gehrig goos to third base High lo with no advance filling Ihe singled to and the is box line V poes Li lo for tbq s Is hi a pitched M spring goes into singled to right out nl to to lied mil lo runs four Work on the pis pipeline will extend from to Mississippi river S miles south of is in a satisfactory considerably by Ihe There is n total of 210 miles of pipeline to be Smith of the crews laid N miles of South of towards the miss in nave liid a mini of u while south from Memphis I pipe 1ms heen The north from to iho south from reports a progress qf 4 On the side of the river are two is working north tlom river ind they have down 7 miles of The crew working Hiver has a if S Hiver is in Arkansas and is miles smith of Lake Links for the pipe liny Mississippi south of are ar miles of has been shipped for river cross and miles of this amount ims been received at A crew of pipeline workers are inx north from tin station at McKEE DRAWS FOR LITTLE BERNICE DOZIER Other Donations Make Quite An Art To Fund of Harry of he was a surprise al the last when Hurry presented I her lie he received al the weekly at the who is a tract sends a of to the with ho hone he could cash in fur litUo his dream last Li I tie as sho sits in the Kinds lighters Hospital looking at the are cannot of her three tender hill of over two thousand dollars will be raised for her The standing of the fund today is Mrsi Harry MiKeo Junior Sunday School HEBREW UNION CONGREGATION o ilie of Holp will HlO ir jii TIlC School will he lieM on 111 work on IV nnd lion or Ihe uf Temple will will he In Die Temple mil II lion uf Ilu will he or Oie of nnd school work In Ilie Al Ihe Ihe will on ihe of mill HAS SEND TELEGRAMS anil joe by Wire if Resolution Amid Held Jit Hy Tlin an demonstration here today i resolution providing for Ihe dispatch of a telegram to Governor the partys and bis running Senator assuring them that ihe vot ers of still loyal lo De CLEAR MYSTERY AM ACTS OF VIOLENCE SCHILLING TALKS Employe Of Where Strike Was In Two In Same Another Is IHy confession up the other atls violonee in 1011 with Mie liere today they announced from Lawrence a former em of the Allen A where a strike luis heen in progress for v implicated Carl nnd former have heen A whom Schilling named as Lonix and who pointed mil o him MS the man who was lo homh he home of an Allen A worker in Itt his is GREENVILLE WILL HAVE BABY DAY 17 Smith Ami Louise Here To Direct Affair For The October will Im Baby Day in o when Lucy Smith and Miss of Hat liad heir plans hy ln and anyone who has any doubt about having the ami most at babies to he found anywhere linve that dispelled when these appear in person October Smith and MiFs come to after a number of in other owns and cities and declare Hint thore is every evidence of Ihe finest show in Hint they have ever DIES OF INJURIES Injured by Kallini Im Cur In Ily 1ipss lll itf n from Mi from injuries id ji hours In fell u moving us lie stepped from i In Mi1 Ills widow will CITY WITHOUT POWER FOR ONE HOUR without nnd power for nil hour bis afternoon when one of Ihe aric transformers it he of the Mississippi Power on was FEARS FELT FOR 151 C Dill i Mi 8 DAYS OVERDUE Was tor Fort SiuHh ami Days Ovor Thai Sunk or In luru fur nf II nd nl lu liny Klitt litt on down 1ur For I is days is sunlt irand td tlc river was making trip if lie LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS TILL MONDAY MORNING In of Ihe extraordinary session oi the in both Inns he adjourned over alrer a session The print sei for order ill he was passed iy a vole of lo Most of the lime of the 11 date lias lieen up in Ibe leaders ti ward an oli a ind in what tn a i uil 12 PRISONERS IN BREAK FROM JAIL AT KY IKON BURROW A WALL WAS WELL TIMED Down Keen Tied Timed ami Executed While Warden Was 1rnsal pris of whom were lield on from the Frank iii today hy ipen an iion a nnd down i line of md lied The limed ami in the less than fifty yards lo ANDERSON BACK PROM JACKSON FOR A FEW DAYS The Mississippi legislature in extra session ing un il Ion In ihe city last in fend to his law and oilier The legislature u ill on morning ai II oclock when Ihe plan fur fur ihe stale will be ready lo go before the slate legisla Anderson will in Croon ville for a with Ibe and ind return to art sen nigh I In resume bis wln of the ways and re in is did Ham the third of lower CHANGE Members of the congre gation and Sunday School are hereby lo take note of the change in hour for Day October 71 Sunday School will open at 10 instead of giving at the Rally Iay Service will lie la the Church for all of the wi OJT WAS TODAY ARE HANDS OFF ini II Is Was gIlie house eani IM lay rejected a motion by New to inquire into the Walker on of I Hoover anil reports u campaign which he vas conducted against TO ATLANTA MANY 1JIJ IS BACK TO IACK HE REMAINS QUIET is in CanuS IIT Tare Lowered Mat Down Over es o Malic Hy rim by a r persons anil swarmed lo vantage point mi Hie n Clinton of Ihi Mission was linek lo in les today ll So mial was Ihe crowd lhal pressed ill for a of the prison er al Ihe train him from Witl lhal delay was ex pel ill liis lowered anil his lint pulled well down liis sought hi shield himself photographers an tie the would make no on bis TWO RUNS MADE BY THE FIREMEN in Ilu uu al A In I lie of u on Ihe iis siion sifter and A oil rill ill of al soon pill out tin uni ly no LEGION CARNIVAL TO BE HELD HERE WEEK 2227 Car To Away Oi Day Of ciis Is Anier today Hint will an during Mir week iiut it of two companies which will piny on the over levee ai the font of and will make i definite announcement as lo this within Ihe next day or At the cluse if the on Hut the will ivc i wide is on mw al Ihe Tlie week of October will find In On Mir John Roh inson Circus is scheduled to play matinee and The John were In their and will not piny this lo present RELIEF due lo excessive have al last hi to white hel mets on the old st of the of and the REACHES SOLICITOUS A IS RAISED All Their On Third Way Of To Krul Swimming Oilier And Fur II was an crowd al Ihe lasl evening when the Ml workers assembled m the American Legion 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