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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi Grow With Greater Greenville KOH cloudy tpnlglit and Thursday much chnngi In temper VOLUME xxxin UKCKMKKK 1928 NUMBER 90j CONGRESS m i RECESS M THE HOLM 22 HOLIDAY PERIOD VOTED FROM 22 JAN 3 TREATY DEFERRED Kellogg Treaty to Renounce War For mally Presented to Foreign Kclutions But Deferred Until After in House Ttio Associated press bc san today to get ready for Christinas by voting itself a holiday period which will last from December 22nd to Janu ary The KclloKg treaty to renounce war was formally presented by tlie foreign relations lint the senators decided these proholiday days were uot the days for its In the house another big appropria tion hill was It called for io rnn the Labor and commerce departments next An item of was in cluded for expense of taking the 1030 meeting the senate public lands committee was called to further consider the nomination of Itoy CHILDREN OF JAMES CHURCH IN SPECIAL SERVICE Considerable interestis being shown by the children of Sunday school in the special service to held on Sunday evening at The program will be given by chil and a large allendanee antic There will be a Christmas tree Tit following the THE GOODFELLOWS FUND HAS TODAY REACHED Ooal Yet Needed Is Three Jiakeries Donate Fain ilies Names Should Be Given To Williams At Chamber of Coin i Good Fellows Christinas Has kets are going to fairly bulge w things to so tlmt these needy fam ilies who have had to scrimp for per haps i year are going to have a good feast The will contain n canned tomatoejjj pork and canned Irish yanilhi raisins and McKinney and Holmes are donating 67 loaves of broad If yon know of some ftunily to whom the Good Follows bring happi send the name to Cliamher of Todays donors are as follows Previously reported A Philip Davidson Eugene Bates Betty and Billy Francis Estate of Johnson Merrill and Ferguson Knights of Columbus and John Henry Presbyterian Bible Class Special JJayeraft Finlay McGce Sum Fiulay Cnlloy Miss Lucy Brown Norwood Billy Sncll Total Hes President Of Bolivia Here is ITcrnando of now engaged in a boundary dispute that threat ens war with its South American Twentytwo Bolivians were killed or wounded in a recent clash on the CUFF WILLIAMS A NOTED BOOSTER CALLEDBY DEATH OOOD INDUSTRIAL AND DEVELIOJIKNT BOOSTER WORLD WAR WORKER As Industrial und Em ployment Worker During World WHltftfAs AVas Well Burial Thursday Magnolia Cemetery By Tho Associated Press Wil prominent in the South as a good industrial and development 1 died hero AH a conser industrial and employment worker during the world and a president of the Mississippi Valley Highway ho was well known in the South and Central Funeral services will be held at his res idence on Thursday with bur ial in Magnolia FIRE PRACTICALLY DESTROYS GAS BOAT Aileen Cabin Burned Off and Blaze Eats Way To Practical ly Destroyed At Loss Of On Alexander The gasoline boat used as a timber tow boat and owned by Frank WHS almost destroyed by fro at oclock last night moored at the Mississippi River docks of the Chicago Mill and Lumber Cor The fire is believed started from a lantern being brought aboard the boat and gasoline thought to have beon dripping from the tarbuerator on thomotor being The was rapidly making its way to tho 0 gallon tank of gasoline at the bow of the firemen were summoned from a cull made sit box Chief Donovans men laid i line of boso mid smrcedod in halting the lire boforo it bad reached the gallon capacity gasoline storage he Ailoen is 10 feet ii letvrth a IK 10 feet in Today KlutU and an assistant were clearing out Ilie destroyed mater the partially sunk dur ing the The motor is practically ruined hy the and the entire cabin is burned Tho wooden hull of the craft is partially although KIutlK believes that he will be ablo Io salvage some of the The Alleon will be bOiii de clared Klntlx to a representative of rbo The veteran operator of timber tow boats said that he would personally supervise the re ronsjruction of the new AileiMi Mton as Asked what boat would be placed in tho timber towing trade of the burned KluttK said he did not have another bout to enter the The built by Captain Kliillx in at a cos of and for tho past live years been towing for Greenville Tho craft bad low ed liuihor for the Chiciigo Mill ami Lumber Corporation fur besides lining towing for other H is understood that he loss Is nol cov ered hy Firoiticn mndo t run at to oil i dwelling can Kb t finr i the bhifcoiifiller mi WONT1T WILL RESPECT SOVEREIGNTY OF OTHER SAYS DIFFERS WITH Newspaper of Argentine Says That in Future Government1 Wont In tervene Believes Coolulge and Hoover Differ on Ideas By The Associated PreMl Buenos a newspaper which is generally regard ed as tlie spokesman for President said todny Herbert in conversing with the Argen tine told him In future the United States government would never intervene iuthe international affairs of other countries that it would respect their sovereignty and would recognize their rights to manage their own prob President Yrigoyen is quoted UK saying he believed Hoover was not in accord wilh Hie ideas of President BAXTER WILSON TO CLEVELAND AS MANAGER Baxter assistant to manager of the local office of the Mississippi Power Power and Light Company for the past several left Tuesday for where he becomes manager of the Cleveland properties of the who is n graduate of Ole will succeed LnGrouc as Cleveland has a any friends is being transferred to Mississippi by the Mississippi Light The ninny friends here of Baxter Wilson wish him well in his new posi Cleveland having recently been piped for natural this will he one of the most important towns for the Mississippi Power Light JACKWENZLER NAMED GOLF AT CLARKSDALE I nf orinn ti on ha s been received by friends tlmt Tack of lutH ns pro fessional instructor by the Olarksrlale Country is one of the best yolf iuRtruclors in the state and was formerly with fbe Greenville Country In 1927 lie won the Southern ama teur and after turning professional an nexed the Mississippi open held in 1027 at Yazoo and repeated the per formance at Laurel this year by a mar gin of 10 KINGS BATTLE LIFE IS IN lAMTODAY BULLETIN SHOWS IMPROVEMENT LIKE THE TWO OF YESTERDAY NOW MORE HOPEFUL Despite Fact That Improvement is it Has Been Definite ami More Hopeful Atmosphere Prevailed Must Continue By Tha Associated Press bat tle which King George haj been wag ing for life is somewhat m his favor Todays like the two of recorded even though the fact that His Majestys Knln it has been a more hope ful atmosphere prevailed the palace Uninterrupted pro gress for several flayBi it was will be necessary real confidence iian be SUBMARINE SUNK OFF COAST IS RAISED TODAY ATTEMPT MADE TO RAISE THE SUIMIARINE LAST NIGHT WAS SUNK MONDAY Crafl Witlioul Crew Monday Evening h Brought to Sur face This Morning Off Rhode Island Coast By Tne Associated Press Aboard the off Bloek The sub marine wliieh remained by Ilie stern in 55 feet nf water wben fbe attempt raise her with new lifhtinp books was made last was to tlie sltrfaee at 1M7 m to Modern Carrrie Nation Wrecks Bar 6 ENTOMBED MINE TODAY ATi TRAPPED IX COAL MINE j FOR MORE THAN 14 HOURS Neighbors told Maude AVilson of Kansas City Mini a soft drink establishment near her home was soiling liiiuor to her ISyearold daughter and her Invading the Mix Wilson wrecked it in true Carrie Nation style pictured is shown in the tind before tho bar with a bottle of liquor RESCUERS AT WORK ItcMuc Creiv Dies Fnuilically to Get Knlninhril Trappw More Tluin a From Mine Entrance and it is Feared Lives Are Lost INDIAN EXECUTED TODAY AS SLAYER OF ATLANTA MAN SIItilHIiKI US IN GEORGIA ELECTRIC CHAIR TO DEATH CALMLY Full Blooded Shepherd Goes to Death Calinly Today for tho Mur rwl of Homer of A just Cap Over Face By Tho Assoclaiccl Press Shfphard was put Io death hi the elec tric chair at lie state prison here to day for the murder of Homer Fowler of Ho went to the chair calmly and helped the attend ants adjust the cap over his TWO FORTS HAVE REPORTED NIOAIt CAPITAL OF AFGHANISTAN IN DIM VIC HIT BRITISH PLANE Reinforcements to Press Their Plane Made Forced landing Near Fliers Are Not Says By Tlio Associated Press ii Mine Hit llhick Diamond Ciiinpiinv here for mnre than foilr leen fate of sir men today iemiinetl unknown as rescue crew ilun franllrnlly to et to The men were entombed last night by fall of and it was early todliy before the rescue crew could reach the The men were I nipped more thini a from tin1 mine and it ia feared the resultant Kitsses snuffed out their lives before I hoy could be CAPITA TO DEATH IN ALEXANDRIA HOI1KKT LICK DlNNAM VICTDI OF FIUK IN HIS HOME TODAY HE SOUGHT FATHER Ity TliH Associated TC reiiorled today to have seized two forts oriilookliiK tho capital of They are awaiting re inforcements In press their A llltlsh iicroplaniwns slim Ihronuh the vulijitur uii nrnin laniltiL Young Omnium Made Trip Into House Io for Father and Affer Coming lul Thoushl Ills Sister Was Yet in However The criift lind 1icn deliberately Shepherd claimed he was RAYMOND LAKE IS IMPROVING Raymond who became ill at Davidson and was brought homo by his is Improving today and will be out nffain in a few Young Laku i a ii i and friends will be to know that IT is nipidly Albert of Har vard who is now in the law offices of the New Xcw Ha ven Hartford will arrive Lome tonight from New In spend ihp Christmas holidays with 1is and ny Tlie Associated Press llmmlier 10 ppeil K home when entered oanrh Cur Ills sls Ilnlieri Hie twcnty yearnhl sun if ilalist perished to Yninm Jhiiinain inaile otie trip he lmue In look for Ills eiinini thought Ills sis In tlie Inilldin was Doesnt It Beat All How Kids Will Act When the Minister Calls NEW TRAIN MADE TRIAL RUN HusKIecfrir Train Operated From Columbus To West Point Yesterday Now Trains Will o On Regular Ily January I The new piselixlrk operated train on lie Columbus ami Greenville Hail which arrived in Columbus t feu days maile its lirst trial run over the lines yesterday The new train Columbus nl and run to West Point and arriving hark in Columbus later in he after Two jiewnas elerlric trains have been bought by the and tho trains were lniilt by the Hrill Miiiiiifaeturing of riiiladel The new rains are 71 feet with the trailer boing 70 feet in Tho sornnd train will leave hmiis today ami will eome over Hie Il linois Centrnl to and will then be brought to master went to Louis to bring in Ilie new local agent for tho said today that he bad received no information as yet as to when Ilie new trains winld be placed in operation bttwetii Columbus ami but he was of the opinion that it would the latter part of Jingle Here Is 24 in Christmas Shop ping Contest WALKER RECEIVES CARLOAD CATTLE Dfvclni iiimisry Herd in Con ntdimi Diiiry juul riiiivoil 11 iiirloncl nf Ihlrly diiiry hr plll h is i iiiiilcns fur Ilic up nf i llnini spy ilivnliil inilHi 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