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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1916, Biloxi, Mississippi -s * f CIRCULATION LAST 2159 DAILY HERALD 1 MARCH 22,1916 CENTS PER 146 Authorized to With the Work on White Avenue in MUNICIPAL WEST BEACH Passed in Regard to the West Beach Which Is Satisfactory to y irs in Western of BODY OF THE MAN HE Peddler In Orleans Breaks Down and the FIRST DENIED OF Up By Giving An Illustration of How He Committed the Deed By Grouching in a Doorway Ten Feet March 22... called mesting to take up street work in general in the was held by the board oi and aldermen in the city 4>yfM^4if-Glennan, } meeting was brief and to the only pertaining to the being handled according to FOR STREET COMMITTEE committee was authorized do such work as was deemed particularly in tin of White avenu running from boulevard to the Pass 0mtn committee was use its own judgment in this and to report progress at the regular meeting consists of Jacob W. H John E. Lewis jl. J. adopted in on tha West as forecasted in a recent ' Street committee has been at this matter for the last few up the proposition ihe Gulfport and Mississippi officials and ilio the property owners along the tKS Beach 00&Boqt(ei>ce~4)f 4he last Beach will te pushed at once and be in for the from Pais tti TO owners living along Beach will comply with the and regulations of laying the in front the residences of dn West allowing the tb be placed along the north end of the sidewalks the south side of th records of Harrison county that yhen the dedication of was made to the City of it was of such depth as to include part of the land north of the sidewalks of property casting a cloud on the to such part of the premises of the present property line ahd ihe city desires to West Beach to permit the and Mississippi Coast Company to lay tracks on the line further south from the present AGREEMENT of the - to the is willing to permit the company to lay its tracks on ground south of the present this resolution the city lay claim to any in any way on the of the present sidewalks the property front of Mr. TO REMOVE l The purpose of the resolution is any cloud on the title that exists by reason of the dedication of which may extend north of the present sidewalk present at the meeting were Aldermen and Chief of Police CAVALRY HAS ROUGH GOING IN March 22. Brought before the dead body of Joseph the Italian wood and coal who was shot as he was entering his Governor Nicholls a shrimp fiving at 2113 Decatur was arrested in St. Bernard broke down Tuesday night and admitted the Rossi died late Tuesday in the Charity from a bullet that entered his left penetrated his came out his right side and imbedded itself in the woodwork of the gate of his was arrested after Capt. of the Third Precinct with Sergeant Johnson and Patrolman had been on his trail Since in the He was caught in a hut in the rear of a barroom and grocery at avenue and St. Claude He denied any knowledge of the shooting when taken into Capt. Capo placed him in the by American Press punitive army in Mexico must travel through a mountainous in Its chase after Here is seen United States cavalry crossing a WALL Who Prepared Them Invited to Appear Before the Service Club Monday March 22. M. Foote spoke enthusiastically of the Gulfport visit to Bay St. Louis where they made an inspection of the plans of the sea wall which will be erected to the two plans were one providing a 10! foot wall with a 20-inch base and costing a front and the other 8 foot high with a 15-inch base OF TOUCH Cavalry and Infantry Ordered to Join in Chase for Bandit Francisco FUNSTON ASKS WAR DEPARTMENT FOR MORE CAMPAIGN BEGINS THE HEAVY IN FULL SWING VILLAGE OF of To Be Appointed to Push Work From Start To Finish in DISTRICTS ASSIGNED TO Health Officer Bolton and Other City Officials To to Urge Citizens To Clean Undertake New Movement About Miles Northwest of Unable to Launch Infantry Attack and Apparently Are Being He'd Hard to Their Fighting in the Will Be Used to Purchase Flowers and Shrubbery to Beautify School and took him to the home of Costing a The Bay dead in Governor Nicholls body was laid out for selected the larger wall as being better suited for the needs of the Engineer who Stationed at Fort D. A. Directed By War Department to Go To Mexican Area in the front room of his pared the was invited to appear surrounded by his weeping wife and before the Service Club Monday children and other made me a what am a going to do with my four as set forth in Mr. Harrison's said Mayor shrieked the wife of the j to to cifer every man as Francesco entered ment of the rcom under the guard of Captain Mayor Foote states that the Bay Capo and the There was St. Louis mayor was called out of a slight commotion in the and the city during the day and turned It was feared that an attempt would the Gulfport delegation over to J. made to assassinate the made preparations to prevent any trouble by two policemen in plain clothes sent to the house before his arrival with The dead with his wife sitting near his and the children alongside the could only be seen by the dim light of Francesco guarded by Johnson and was taken close to the dead man's He gave one and for an instant it was believed he He regained his and Captain Capo lifted his displaying the wound in the abdomen of Francesco's eyes dropped for a but he regained his that Francesco was unmoved Captain next move was to take the accused outside to the scene of the The man said he felt and some medicine was procured for at a drug not He had been feared he was going to He then broke down and after being on Eighth who entertained them most it is is a retired New Orleans cotton broker who does not believe there is place on earth like the Mississippi Gulf He is quoted as stating that when he decided to withdraw business three years he toured the United States with the view of finding the place that would suit him best for a permanent and after seeing the whole country over he decided that the Gulf Coast was the garden spot of believes the Mississippi Centennial will be a tremendous factor in developing the coast and looks upon the contemplated sea wall construction as indicating a new era of Commits Congress Did At Tuesday's N. March 22. communication between the United States and General Pershing's punitive expedition in northern Chihuahua was at a standstill it officially announced from military headquarters was that the army wireless station at Casas Grandes failed shortly before 6 the only remaining line of communication into Mexico being by an army field telegraph which had bean practically useless for several days because i t has been cut in a number of places between Columbus and its thirty miles south of the Ihe break in the s is not repaired it was said it would bs necessary to deperd on mounted carriers to carry FIELD LINE CUT IN 28 W. R. commandant announced that it was discovered that the field telegraph line had been cut in 28 eight miles of wire being carried away in He pointed that it was since a large part of the wire strung along ground at the side of the that some of the breaks had been caused by the passing of trucks over He stated also that previously the wireless station here had experienced difficulty in operating at night because it rises the same wave lengths as the large stations at San Francisco and March 22. W. S. Murphy commit here Saturday night after losing So heavily on the Oaklawn races tkit pay off. Murphy had on more bets than he could pay and the association made good tlie that he was Murphy at the New Orleans track and quit a heavy Will Be Made to Military Company In March 22. E. Greer is in receipt cf a letter from Adjutant General Erie C. Scales which authorizes him to reorganize the Gulfport military company at order to facilitate the reorganization of the Mr. Greer this will be a mass meeting held at the city hall tonight where all young men who are interested are requested to be Commandant Hickox of the United States regular army and myself are going to be on hand from 7:30 until 10 or later if to explain the plan of organization in Enlistment rules are on Fourth SENATE Postoffice committee heard protests from railroads against changing system of railway mail 58 to 23, Senator Tillman's for acquisition of a government armor plate at 7:03 p.m. to noon Met at 11 General debate on army committee continued at 3:35 to 11 a.m. March 22. agriculture class of the high school has procured the services of Miss Ethel artist and traveler of wide for a benefit illustrated with hand-colored stereopticon to be delivered at the city hall Thursday evening at 8 The object will embrace a tour through Yellowstone known as the world's The High School Glee which is capable of very pleasing will appear in a number of choice and object of the benefit is the acquisition of funds for the purchase of flowers and shrubbery to beautify the school The agriculture classes of the last two years have been working loyally to make the grounds at School peasant and They have devoted a large part of their own to buying flower plants and and they have done all the work of and tending the gtass and flower They plan to use the money which they expect to receive as their share of the benefit lecture for further investments in flower plants and SAID SENT March 22. The stationed at Fort D. A. last night was ordered to the An Impression Not Justified By the Real Call Protection Something CUTS WIRES El March 22. Mexican officials at Juarez practically conceded last night that the cutting of the telephone and telegraph i wires between Juarez and March 22. am said a well known coast man is the term which should be applied to the protection which is sought to be established along the Mississippi very name sea wall brings up visions of water dangerous to life and for as at where storms would do untold injury were it not for the protection afforded by the huge sea but here on the coast no such danger and the only need for a breakwater at all is to preserve the beach road and prevent is a well known continued the never has a house been washed And yet the term sea wall would indicate March 22. the week will have closed the town for Biloxi will be in full The ladies of the Biloxi Cluty and others who have contest realize that the cleaning up is as the contest will close on May 6, and for that reason it behooves siy those behind the to get busy on the TO Glennan signified his intentions of with the ladies this morning in every way He stated that proclamations will be netting aside certain days for the purpose of making a general and systematic for business and other residents to clean up the various places of removing in that the city will co-operate in every way possible in making the clean-up a success conveyed in statements from the chief executive of the city this CHAMPLIN Z. T president of the Biloxi Music under whose auspices the second town in Biloxi will be consummated this called on Mayor Glennan this morning in the interest oS the Glennan promised to do everything in his power to make the contest a both as a private citizen and as an official of the BOLTON W. T. city health that he was ready and willing to start in motion the wheels of sanitation under the direction of the city health Bolton was one of the prime movers in the contest last year and the success of the clean-up was largely due to his untiring efforts to make the city spic and span and TO been called to the passage of an published in this issue of The Daily relative to screening and otherwise surface A fine for this sanitary violation will result in the sum of This part of the work will help greatly in the clean-up The closets must be boxed up or thoroughly screened in every way to prevent fly MEETING Champlin stated this morning that it is her desire to have a mass meeting of citizens on the return of Dr. Willis chief sanitary which will be in about She she that this would tend to arouse interest in on Fourth March 21. their attempts to flank Verdun on the the have succeeded in working their way through the court oc a of the village of about eight miles northwest of and Hill 304, which lie about a mile and a half north of are vigorously contesting a further which not alone would bring the German line nearer the fortress but spreading fan like would put in jeopardy French in the region of Le great has been the of the French guns after debouching from the the Germans were unable to launch an infantry attack and presumably being held to their the north and east of the cannonading has been only In the in Lorraine and in upper Alsace French guns have been active against German positions and marching On the river Somme the Germans entered a British but immediately were driven has been lively fighting between the Russians and the Germans west of along the river and in the lake region between and with the Russians generally on the Berlin reports these attacks as having been repulsed with heavy admission is made that a salient near Lake wds withdrawn in order to escape the encircling fire of the midway between Dvinsk and the Russians hate captured advanced German trenches and just south of in the region of Novo have repulsed a German on positions taken at says that in the capture of the Austrian bridgehead near village of in most of its defenders were killed in hand-to-hand Russians in the Caucasus have thrown their line several miles nearer Trebizond on the Black sea coast after further fighting with the is reported to have been taken by the fighting continues between Austrians and Italians along the greater part of the especially on the tront important change taken on Seventh DEPOT coast is subject to the result of a raid by upon which Chinese do such charming is a thin sheet of the prepared pith of a forces on the Mexican North western The extent of the raid and the damage were not CAVALRY GOES San March 22. General Frederick Funston yesterday asked the war department for on Second something must be built along the beach front to protect the expensive beach drive which will be but some other name than sea wall should be given coast is considered the most pleasing in the United and to send the news broadcast that it must be by sea wall is not doing it TO THE PUBLIC PICARD REMAIN OPEN AND CONTINUE TO DO BUSINESS WITHOUT The Bankruptcy Proceedings recently instituted will not affect the continuance of the Busines s for the Parish Stays March 22. of which Shreveport is the parish yest Jrday voted by a majority of 363 to remain The city of Shreveport voted by a small which was overcome by the vote in the country Caddo parish joined the column in 1908. Yesterday's election was the third local option each resulting in a victory for of Biloxi Commercial CI To Take Up Proposition With Paper March 22. The Biloxi Commercial Club received today a letter from the department of commerce at Washington in regard to individuals and firms saving William C. Redfield states that the in various cities can render a signal service to the people as well as the paper industry by urging individuals to save since there is a shortage of paper H. H. of the Commercial wrote ths department of urging that the names of wholesalers of paper stock in Mobile and New Orleans be sent him by Ihe these are received he will on Second CASH GROCERY Phone 214 Colonial The Fresh Baked Every Morning in the MoSt Sanitary Bakery in the in sanitary Compressed 2 1 cake and a Cream Tomato in 18c Fresh Guaranteed Yard Chick 6 Head Oat 6 ROSE Just lb Sack Sack lb Sack to Please Too Strawberries Received Every Butter the Best in the City 45c Tub, 43c Do Not Handle Second Gride Only the Best Can CASH GROCERY Agents Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea P.
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