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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi                              OCTOItKlt 11128 McKKCHNJK MKN BV IIUULLNU 01 ALEXANDER LOSES Qclirig liaUcrs Out Home Itim in Old is Sent to Showers by Yankee SluKirers Iiuj Ingl Louis Siincluy Thu Xev Xoik of the American woi their sotond straight game in the world sis Stadium in to when lioj downed the Luuta of the i u seore of Playing bebliid the snjierb pitching of and mtting the bjreLUigK of G rover Clevelaiil Alex tinder at Ihe New York team showed Hint they areone of tlie ffruul tst ajl Lou who plays initial sack for the hit a home run as to the Yankee and had a busy day around first Plpgnis held Mie Cardinal shivers four Awhile Alexander was ed ajter tin innings on Ihu mound during which time the Yan kees had secured six The old muster in his umutl and hunched their off his Tomorrow Ihe teams vll Yankee Cardinal lield in Saturday will he sjifiit in tiaveliijg aiid the scries resnm i id in Fiikio UK Fordham fortiter stnr on the New York ihniis aniillti Friseh od MO of hi leamH by play report follows Furnished through cburhwyof radio hruadinsling WKiiQ GEORGE BEBAN DIES OF INJURIES Motion Picture Actor Tliroivn From Horse in Hy The Arisoclatccl Press Lus aclur in inolion Hod ioday injnrits ivciivcd whun ho was fhrtnvn fmm n horse Sun Ilu liiid heen virtually retired wince the death in Gniiiil Hrre Heban scvirnl years appear1 nn the sliiKC of ihe iniml in uf the product ions tlini PIPE UNEWORk IS CONTINUING lI Mileslias Heeii Liid South Of Ar hansiis And Mississippi Working First Inning grounded out to muiKHlHtcri Hljili walked on four after fouling a nuin lier oftlinwrFrisch goes to seeonrl Hottoinley fouleil out to engoiigli struck No no singled by short iUtSl out of reach Koeuijr out lo Hafey in left field Uulli talked on lour wide iMira to flehrig hot a home run into tile right Held scoring Durst and Until ahead of him lloii strnclc out grounded Alexanderto Three two Second Inning walked hit a liif In right Ilarper sitigles short light Wijson goes to third base Alexander grounded to Wilson Lazzcri throws wild and Mur Jiiiville to third and Alexan der hast hit into a double Koojiig lo to Marnnville scoring High popped out to third runstwo hils one New grounded out Bottom Iingraspsiioriticed Alex ander to Bottomley Durst singled to tonter scoring Bengoiigh Koenig pupped to One Third Inning Limcrl retrieved the wns too hilt to make tinplay for Frisoh stole second Iol fnmley Struck out Ha fey grounded Koenig lo Friseh g ilng o third base Haflpor Xo runs Nuw ti ciiiicr lield Cehrig walked a two base hit into scoring and Gehrig goos to third base Lnzzcr1 High lo with no advance filling Ihe biiHos jHengongb singled to Iighf and the is nioved box line V poes Li lo hiirl for tbq s Is hi a pitched M spring iVcliM goes into singled to right jjouKh out nl to to lied mil lo lirsl runs four Kntirth Vlff Conliauea Work on the pis pipeline will extend from to erossin Mississippi river S miles south of is iitii in a satisfactory considerably by Ihe favirnble There is n total of 210 miles of pipeline to be Smith of Ireenville the crews Inive laid N miles of South of Llarksdale towards the miss in thatvicinity nave liid a mini of u while south from Memphis I milrof pipe 1ms heen The north isnrg from Clnrksdajo to iho south giinjr from reports a progress qf 4 On the side of the river fhore are two is working north tlom lloeiiff river ind they have down 7 miles of The crew working Hiver has a disliuue if S Hiver is in Arkansas and is miles smith of Lake Links for the pipe liny erosfin Mississippi Itiver south of are ar miles of piiieiine has been shipped for siwnial river cross and miles of this amount ims been received at Lnlce A crew of pipeline workers are stnrt inx north from tin station at McKEE DRAWS FOR LITTLE BERNICE DOZIER Other Donations Make Quite An Art ilition To Fund of Lilllo Harry troasnrer of he Beruico was a surprise al the riieafer last cveniiiir when Hurry presented I her lie JfrrfUiO he received al the weekly nward at the who is a tract sends a larjre nuuiher of Hckcls to the weelc with ho hone he could cash in fur litUo his dream hoinir realixed last Li I tie as sho sits in the Kinds lighters Hospital looking oiiiinly at the Iliat 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 Aloxfindcr HEBREW UNION CONGREGATION o ilie of Holp will oltSfUVlHl HlO llolllJV Illidll iliis ir iind toinoiTpw jii TIlC Itllljiliilti School will he lieM ilf on 111 work on IV nnd lion or Ihe InlerUir uf tin1 Temple will Mtnvl nexl tlioso Rirvijos will he lhi In Die Temple mil II lion uf Ilu will he iniule or Oie plnee of servkdH nnd school work In Ilie Al Ihe lonlulil Ihe liiiblil will sinilk on ihe Hiihjecl of Imilchtc mill UKJIOUUTIC VONVICNTION HAS VlUfif SEND TELEGRAMS Sniidi anil joe Kobiiison by Wire if Resolution Iassed Amid UcuioiiKlralion Held Jit JIacnii Hy Tlin Pnrsa an entbu demonstration Demooraiic convoillion here today i resolution providing for Ihe dispatch of a telegram to Governor the partys presideiUial noinl and bis running Senator assuring them that ihe vot ers of Georgiaare still loyal lo De CLEAR MYSTERY UiNKAKTU IKUIIiINU AM ACTS OF VIOLENCE SCHILLING TALKS Employe Of Where Strike Was In InipHcales Two Kiuploycil In Same Another Is IHy Tlio Aspnriaica Prnss confession niatlVolieirlielive trlenrs up the hninh itiul other atls violonee in 1011 neelibn with Mie lahnr dispnh liere today they announced from Lawrence a former em ployoe of the Allen A where a strike luis heen in progress for sevenil v Scliillliie implicated Carl liaiihrkh nnd aLsvi 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 Ihroii iiiording Itt his is GREENVILLE WILL HAVE BABY DAY WEDNESBAY 17 Ljiiiy Smith Ami Jliss Louise Here To Direct Affair For The October will Im Baby Day in nccordin o iihins bejiun yeslerdny when Lucy Smith and Miss of Hat liad heir plans aceopHMl hy ln and anyone who has any doubt about Jrcenville having the ami most at liaclive babies to he found anywhere linve that dtnibt dispelled when these appear in person October Smith and MiFs Maysnn come to jreftiiville after a number of successs in other owns and cities and declare Hint thore is every evidence of Ihe finest show in Creenville Hint they have ever DIES OF INJURIES Injured by Kallini Im Cur In Ily Tlio 1ipss lll yinrs itf n Kotilhirn Itjiilw lirlilpwiirkpr from Mi ilifd Inwt inlilniyht from injuries riiviv id ji hours iarliii1 In fell itinlci u moving us lie stepped from i niMKhl Iniiu In Mi1 ynrils Ills widow Ilurilll will In1 CITY WITHOUT POWER FOR ONE HOUR Jreenvlllo without nnd power for nil hour bis afternoon when one of Ihe aric transformers it he of the Mississippi Power on Soulh was FEARS FELT FOR 151 fiJl C Dill i Mi UMfKIOltTEl 8 DAYS OVERDUE Was Kouml Poivn Hivtt tor Fort SiuHh ami Days Ovor Kxpruss Fenr Thai Slcninii Sunk or Sirawlid In Tlio Assiiiialcd Irifssl liiirs fclt luru loilay fur llusafity nf Uilrly II nd nl lu liny Kliamcr tuiivpiifted siiiir Klitt litt Ahliuik on bounil down Iivcr 1ur For I is days Itimpany olliclals ftaiIlic sliiji is oithii sunlt itt1 irand td sonlcwhcrt iiloijji tlc river fvinn Sht1 was making tlio trip if lie LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS TILL MONDAY MORNING Mpicial In iViiirih of Ihe extraordinary session oi the leiiislalnre resnlled in both Inns he adjourned over unlil alrer a sborl session The print planl sei for Pcial order ill he was passed iy a vole of lo Most of the lime of the Ictislahtre 11 date lias lieen laUeii up in eonfer iices Ibe leaders ti ward an oli a ind oiillonl in what inioual tn a leadiuel i uil prnntls 12 PRISONERS IN BREAK FROM JAIL AT KY POIUUI OIBN IKON BURROW TIlKUtUIl A WALL WAS WELL TIMED Down WliiLh Keen Tied CarefuUy Timed ami Executed While Warden Was Tlio Apsociaiefl 1rnsal pris Ilirte of whom were lield on escipil from the Frank iii eonnty Iiere today hy roreinur ipen an iion harrctl IniTmvini a hrieU nnd sliiliic down i line of hlankets md htvn lied The delivciy limed ami uirnrriiiL Inrinn lirief interviil in wliich Stevili Ililil Icfl the ollii less than fifty yards lo ANDERSON BACK PROM JACKSON FOR A FEW DAYS The Mississippi legislature in extra urdimiry session ing adjimrned un il Ion Coiiuly ieturned In ihe city last in fend to his law and oilier iuessing The legislature u ill ryccmvene on morning ai II oclock when Ihe plan fur rovcimc fur ihe stale will be ready lo go before the slate legisla Anderson will in Croon ville for a laeeling with Ibe Hnildini and ind w4ll return to art sen nigh I In resume bis ledshiiivo Ilobsnu wln amember of the ways and yicati re inained in is did Ham the third inember of tin1 lower CHANGE Members of the congre gation and Sunday School are hereby iiskeii lo take note of the change in hour for Unlly Day October 71 Tlio Sunday School will open at 10 instead of giving foiVromolion at the Rally Iay Service will lie la the Church nudlloriuin for all uiemborH of the wi ILLEBRAIT OJT KEIRKSENTATIVIC WAS KKJKCT1CD TODAY ARE HANDS OFF Aiiliiil Ilincirii ini II Is Churgrd Was ikilii Ciiiuliitled IdVeiiiiir gIlie house eani paijjn flilnls invesHnalili eonniiitlee IM lay rejected a motion by Hepresenin llve Jllack New to inquire into the activilicK Walker Willclinimll on of I Hoover eandhlacy anil reports eoneernhnthe u hisperin campaign which he eharieil vas lieinjv conducted against lovernor TO ATLANTA MANY 1JIJ TKKASliKKK IS BACK TO IACK CIIAIHJKS HE REMAINS QUIET is in CanuS IIT Tare Lowered Mat Ililhd Down Over ftHus es o Malic Slaieiiioiil Hy rim Iriml by a Hininc r persons eruwiled Jlnioti Slaliun anil swarmed lo vantage point mi Hie dnwiilow n Clinton detanll of Ihi Soilllierii Unplisl llnnie Mission was hrunilil linek lo Allmila in iKirli les today fnee ehalses ll So mial was Ihe crowd lhal pressed ill for a ulinipse of the prison er al Ihe train him from Witl iilpiK lhal delay was ex pel ielleed ill Ililll IClelllllf liis Iaee lowered anil his lint pulled well down iiver liis Carncs sought hi shield himself frnni photographers an tie enlered the Cmlies would make no on bis TWO RUNS MADE BY THE FIREMEN Flivmiii wiiv ijillwl in Ilu fiOU Ijloil uu IVMOli al A rhirlciii liniist1 In I lie roil1 of u on sliLur tirennii Ihe iis siion liiul voulriil sifter iiiTlvitiL and llnloss A oil stnvc nilljlil rill ill Ililllollli of wmiicr al orloik lircluoii soon pill out tin uni priKtlcal ly no LEGION CARNIVAL TO BE HELD HERE WEEK 2227 lxfion tforil Car To fiiveiiT Away Oi ClcsiiiK Day Of ciis Is tfeppo Arnnld Anier iian today Hint Ilicy will hcild an Kesllvji during Mir week Octoher iiut it rholce of two eiirnivnl 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 Oirnivnl on Hut urday the will ivc awiy i lmjd Tmirinj wide is on displny mw al Ihe Tlie week of October will find Jilsu niHiMier enlerprise In On Siiinnlny Mir John Roh inson Circus is scheduled to play hMlh matinee and The John Spjirks whieh tidverlised Ililil lliey were eoiniiiy In luive hinnl their rnntr and will not piny ireenvlHe this arcordiiiK lo present RELIEF trnlllc due lo excessive have al last hi itlowed to white corklined hel mets on the old st rttnlnincont of the dnys of jihidiiiluis and the Inietorinn REACHES HAIJfAVMARK SOLICITOUS KUrOKTINH A KKSlONSli IS RAISED iRlily All Their Kiorl On Third Way Of OIIH imijin To Krul Swimming Oilier Kiililiimcnl And Fur liimiliiijj II was an enthusiastie crowd al Ihe nieeliiii lasl evening when the Ml workers assembled m the American Legion lo reporl their impress mi the day ef Ihe cain paiKii lo raise Neil r half Ihe mnoniil lias heen raised anil Hie work ers Ieel certain that they will raise Hie full Hills lu ireetivilie a modern huihliiiK with miidcrn cipilpinenl that Is so essenllal for the well heliiK of Ihe citys us as for Hie hellllh nnd of Hie older The In Ihe is re veliled in Hie following fel lowlni HlemiHliny of lasl Division Howard llyer I Mvluy Alexander Henry Sclnill Srnlll Randall Dowdy I Kern Jlt limiiion 1rior IWUiO Wells Division Mefonrl Welhcrbee John Morson Steve IMnlay Ml Milllins Walter Holmes Kred OBmmon IIXUIII Wnmiiold luM Clilseo rnshin Fred Ollaunoii Davis Fiulsli 11LIIO Uivisiuii Alexander Harbison Klnsclln liHiien Ladenhend Wnre Ilirseh McKee Slmdcy Unwell Callii Ilixlon John Thomas Stanley Shelton Whenllcy UMHI Anderson llell Faris Roper li R Scull Wai son liilN Krclschmar Lake Tolnl workers slid sellplliins SiKcinl Names KiiKlaml Krelschmai llavls Farlsli 1 Tulal Payne midcoworkers outside elly 27 Irnnd 181 485 subscriptions TALK ONm ClTV KNti HALL ADDRESSES M iTSiilml Qf Knllruuil AildriSBcd Mretlng Or ilitiiiu of Kiwahllinst iuiwls uf Itotiirhms Kiiiiny Cluli IwliVii insl 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ItnJIroad aiiiy for siuviiii had lud soihfe liiiiplihi lielhe thai the Southern Ciiiipmiy the1 JJ1MK lint iliis lij no means Unit there was no business eqii neelimi Ihe He saiil il was Ihe Ihe management of the tu nte Ihe road as liesl WOemi can a Iriink line eross t sisippi river Itoliiriaii Sidney MoySe ad ihe on Kin1reveiitlon lieiiins nexi Moniiiiy and ed lhal the fire loss the last year wns whieh per eent due to lie asked Hint Iheir infhaiiee to prevent is nul a bntden on the iii irnnre but iudireetly a Imnleli on the Cily Knuineer Frnnk Hull wns pre nleil by Chairninn Uosoue Deunis of Hie and t the inusi intolvstiiiB llhll Instructlvo ni Ihe subject of water tjhat ever liearil hy a ireelivllle uiuli Hall addressed Ihe meeting as fellow was very kind lo iuvile to ninl ieel more than I in hnvhiK Ihe opporltinlty Inlk to tHlny nloiu lines I am mi3t inlorr d and whkli Ille vitnl to the wealtU and tfrhs nf your or innniiynamely Ilililli Water I from vour J lhal this was In lie strictly a liilion miHMini and that soft drinks wonlil lie This innkes my talk very muiaiIiv us your pnhlie water now Ihe purest soft illInk the Hefure we any fnrllier Into waler lei us in a view Ihe aellvitles uf our so on down Ihroiiuh IheHgcs tin earliest iiorloiki In what Ihey Iiml and what lias made In these few thousand years toward hellerlin Ills water Ilii eiivllest method of ohlalnliiK a water supply was less liy the illiISlllK of these were at first mem stall low divides mwopcil out of thv lumoist This meaunis Coutluuo4 OU   

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