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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Greenville, Mississippi THE DEMOCRAT PRINTS THE NEWS WHILE ITS NEWS THE PRESS NEWS A WITH 4 VOLUME Ml HER STILL INVASION OK NIA STRONGER RE the British region of lue Struma river have cap tured WIN FRENCH on One Creek and One By Associated Marshal Von in uow in the Pet war office announced is burning villages as tlic army falls The increasing pressure by I the army in Do has been in evidence for sev eral the encounters between the ad detachments and denied the Roumanian The fighting In the region on the western of the war shows but little diminution in its in The British advance on the brook seems o bo PS ini n t Ibe 1 scor ed bv tho inthe r rr ill i tre report ed from These snc fles con i ttT t Hf i in the cap ol e Inn ion or the Tilings ili i Ihu French L ll U be vast and the French t ranches in tho north orn pdtc tin n nil Ths French Paris Serbians Capture Salon ika dispatches report the capture by of the Triages of and The were cap the reports after hard A Greek and Norwegian Ship Greek and the gian are report ed to have been Aerial Attack on aerial attack on Bucharest was made Tues day by eight German Renters Bucharest correspondent Twentyfive bombs were dropped killing four and wounding Aboard Russian Ship With Stockholm the Aton says that some days ago an explosion oc curred on the Russian ammunition at caus ing the death of InO persons and the wounding of accord ing to a to the Exchange PRESIDENT WILSON TRYING TO WORK Himself in His Study in the Effort to Give Attention to ciul By Pmt Wilson shut himself 1151 in his study today and declined to see many lenders who desired to confer with His desk is piled up high with petitions for pardon anil other papers demanding atten SMALL BLAZE ON 1ALLITSER STREET At today an alarm o fire was turned in from The department made a quick although the was at 320 McAl lister East and the run a long The fire was at the home of and with a loss or some according to the which we understand is covered by AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR ACTS Inaugurate Movement to Em ignition of Negroes from the South By Associated Amer ican Federation or Labor adopted a resolution today authorizing the ex committee to inaugurate a movement to the emigration o negroes from the South to Northern labor The resolution de clared that negroes wore heing im ported to take the place of union men who have demanded better working SWANS DRAMATIC SHOW Will Open Engagement on Lot Monday SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION NEAR CLOSED WIRELESS FROM TOKIO TO THE PRESIDENT he invasion or contin Berlin although Increasing resistance is be 5njj experienced by Von 1lace for of Troops to retirement the German and Bulgarian troops in Macedonia to the new positions prepared for them in the re was announced by the war of fice Rearing French and Russian troops on the Macedonian front are nnw within four miles was officially announced The war office says that the pursuit of the defeated Bulgarians By I 1 a lor a interest ing meeting liens last ho final Thr nf of Peers the tho forma i ratification if selection of ns Tlin plane meeting in are scheduled for the final business Large nf Americans to the Opening of Commercial I ther lield in in advance of Swans Is here to day billing and advertising for the coming of this company next will bp located on the Finlay whore performances will be giv en with Saturday mat The company comprises 30 peo and their 01 number is Da vid play of the race His The company n band and meeting sneers pro OF TO 1IONOK TICK mm A Great 1arudc With Red Torches American lo Avc By Na tional Capital will celebrato Presi dent Wilsons return to the White for another four witb a parade along Pennsylvania Thousands bearing red lire torches will form a column at the Peace Monument and march past a stand in front of the White House for review by the prom inent government officials and party Every er will carry an American The celebration planned as a nonpar tisan tribute to Wilson by of thf District of Col REMAIN ALL RIGHT IN CALIFORNIA No Upsets in the Unofficial Count in California to ato and Democrats Feel By Associated San one including the most pop in the were to be heard from today in the official canvass of the returns from the presidential election held As no upsets of the unofficial vote has yet been the Democratic leaders pref diet that the lowest elector on the Democratic ticket will run ahead of the highest Republican elector by GOO POLISH IS DEAD Uy Associated the Polish au thor of Quo is dead at according to ia cablegram received here today by thp Polish Victims Relief Commit as a of ox The Phone SENATOR PERO IN AUTO INCREASE IN WAGES IN COTTON MILLS Machine ir By Associated col Inn manufacturers of the few today ed n increase of ten per I A stated convocation of Hillyer Chanter will lie held tonight at oclock for transaction of regular Visiting companions Morris GREAT ARMY MANEUVERS ON MEXICAN BORDER GET TH E GENUINE Twenty Thousand American Guards men mid Regular Soldiers to Par in the The national guards of states and several regular army organizations today began the extensive army maneuvers a Item vied since the na tional canin to the JOHL The Shoe NEW PEARL GREY SOLID COLOR BUCK AND SWADE LADIES LACE BOOTS The ladies of the Tern a j parcels post sale at the While Former Senator Olympia was from yesI J afternoon in his car driven aay BERGMAN Phone 730 I Mexican The maneuvers are to last for Twen ty thousand soldiers divided will pitted 1hone DETRIMENTAL To any company to io into public or private comparison with the Penn Mutual of a com pany 70 years of age without a blem ish on its The reputed companies fire easy marks for tho Moral If yon want a life insurance first and seo WOO LI New Hotel and Restaurant European 717 Washington Completely and as pretty and good as found Delightful Unexcelled And the famous Cooking of the Best the Market We invite our friends and the public generally to inspect our new home and let us ou n our new dining in his car driven by colored the car uas struck by the car of Lee Sto driven by at Ilia Black Bayou bridge on the Green and it seems a miracle that no one was seriously The Stovall it in 1110lm MULES ASHLEY On Blauton Opposite Freight Just received a carload of nice brood also a lot of horsea attempting to pass Senator I a number of large log struck tho latters car and knocked the car off he bridge sev eral feet to the waters Sena tor Percy and his chauffeur both be ing thrown into the cold waters of the car was stored before it would have fallen into the Two ladies were with in his Senator Percy was alone except the Those in i J car wrere not seriously The car of Senator Percy was left for the time where it landed and is presumed to bo badly Scientists have worked out a her edity theory for hairiness thai is fea tured by the that a woman never is bald unit ss both her pa rents O Terrier male pu dark brindle wi tween and short kink turn ni any inl of 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