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JACKSON COUNTY'S ENTERPRISING ' HOME NEWSPAPER GOOD EVENING! HAVE YOU READ THE CLASSIFIED? Price 15c Per Week OCTOBER II, 1926. MONDAY, MURPHYSBORO,* ILLINOIS DAILY INDEPENDENT, tfstabliehed 1891. THE WORLD HERE SUNDAY Then Wife Ge> "Pickled" and In Jailed; Showman Held Holm, South worth. Hornsby, 21) . Hottomley, lb Bell. 3b Ha fey, If 0'Purr ell. Theveno\\ Haines, p Alexander Would Make Murder, Murder, and Simplify Conviction of Criminals Murder will bo murder and the fodn of criminal proepedurr- simplified and made more dlroct i!' rfcom- mfUirtationH of the Bar of Kgypt in Illinois win favor in inn legisla- lure. The Federation of Local Bar Associations for tho Firs! Supreme Judicial District of Illinois, at its annual meeting held at. Alt. Carmel, Illinois, on Saturday, October 0. I92G, went on record i\n favoring the following change.s in the criminal practice, find prot'oedurc- in Illinois: 1. Whore an indictment or infor- innrlon is not attacked or challeng- od and the defects therein are not Tommio Wisecop and his self- reliant wife liit ihe. breakers of mischance in Murphysboro Sunday 11 mi woke up in the city jail Sunday morning. Tormnie Wisecop allegedly staggering from the weight of a heavy brand of white mule and he and Mrs, Tommie are. said to have come to blows. Tommie went to jail, locking the sympathy of his wife. Later remorse caught up with her. Mrs. Tommie hates remorse and started in to drown the said remorse in the same aforesaid heavy brand of "mule." Which is to say Mrs. Tommie bectime unbalanced (not mentally), and was placed in jaid Sunday night, police I 0> • Fans, meet "Nig" Holm, Ray Blade's, vaster Johnson, the new world champ.ions, Mr. Rogers' Hornsby's -St. Bill Southworth, Bob O'FarreJI, Tommy Thevenow Bill Klllifer (coach), Rogers Hornsby (manager)/ Grover Alexander, Flint Rhem, Jesse Haines, Bill JHjprde!, Allan Sothoron, Keen and Art Reinhart. i.is Cardinals. From left to right; Front row, Chick iU! Warwick, and Taylor Douthit. Middle, Jake (coach), Jim Bottomley and "Specs" Toporcer, Herman-Bell, Bill' Hallihan, Elmer Lester Bell, Rear, Syl- Clough, Vic 8 27 M 0 Combs, cf Koenig, ss Ruth, rf . Meusel, If G eh rig, Ib Turner i, 2b Dugan, 3b Severe id. c Collins, c Hoyt, p .. Pennock, YANKEES AB R 5 P 0 2 2 o 3 11 9 2 pitches wore just ou'.side the slrikc zone and Hutli walked. ' >l<r !v- 1 Big Bob Meusel look two cuts at ball and on the.'second Huth. ojdnshed for second. O'Farrell 'pdg^ 0 ged to Hornsby and Ruih was ''o'rlt o and the series was" over. } A< 0; Thevenow's Hit Wins Game OJ The three Cardinal runs were Oj.scored in the fourth inning. \VKh Oione out Boitomley singled toMfctl Oiand Bell was safe on a fumble "by" Koenig, who migiiu have started a double play with a clean stop. Hafey popped a single to left, filling I:j the bases, and then came the -sotf- 0 ond Yankee error-of the inning'. o O'Farrell sent n short fly to center and Meusel .invading Combs' lem- tory bec.-au.se he had ihe betl&r throwing :\rn\. dropped ihe ball and Bottomley charged over the "prajit*. This tied ihe scoiv and made v np for the run that Ruth had produced in the third inning with a iren/fcM- ous homer into the right cciiler iield bleachers, but the -CanVhiirtS 01 were not. through yet. ..They'Jtfm

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 11 Oct 1926, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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