Greenville Daily Democrat, June 25, 1913

Greenville Daily Democrat

June 25, 1913

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Issue date: Wednesday, June 25, 1913

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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Greenville, Mississippi THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS A NEWSPAPER WITH A CUMULATION f JfXK Two Amendments Arouse Opposition AX ntoitutrr THK oi Alir Guest lit liiinrlicou of Irfird Mayor mid City By Associated Preau Juno Polu of was the guest at tt iluncheon today oE the lord mayor and o Uie clly of Lon The French presidents prog ress Ihrousli the lined with I Now Drastic Feature to Turin Meas ure Introduced in Scnnto Cau Resumed Aiitl SiiKiir soldiers from the York House to the was a popular During tho lumilieon the hall was crowded with members the royal cabinet naval and military offlcers and high state civil dignitar Bulgars Attack Servian Forces JfBy Associated June far ching amendments to tho adnuu provisions of the tarift bill aroused opposition in the Democratic caucus of tho senate One of the amendments prohibits the importation of any goods cxceiit Immediate products of forests and wholly or in manufactured by children un der fourteen years This provis ion la by many senators to be the most drastic protective measiAn Unprovoked Attack on Positions Quezon Quits The Philippine Society NOT IX SYMPATHY WITH PUR POSES OP Declared Committee Created Public Opinion in Favor Indefinite Retention of Philippine KIGHTIXG By Associated Juno resident commissioner for tho Philippine Islands in re signed from the executive ccmruittep oC the Phlllpino Society and also us a because he is not in sym pathy with the announced purpose IN PKOGUKSS soctety rlOT the course he Americans Will Be Given Protection VKKPAJIK FOIl IJATTIjE HKTWEEX MEXIOAN FORCES AT Secretary of AVar Assures Full Regi ments of Cavalry AV111 Bo Assembled on tlio Texas AT A that any manufacturer could ask for and a greater protection against foreign competition than high tariff An amendment to grant the United States court appeals concurrent jurisdiction in customs cases involv ing more than a hundred1 dollars with the customs courts olso aroused Senator Ransdell resumed de bate against free nugar By Associated June forces of Bulgarian troops attacked the Ser vian at Zletovo and Ralko when early The caucus The discussion of j according to official infornm and sugar schedules will end at i was The fighting at Zletovo and Ac cording to Official In says has pursued by the socleb j officers and members in the philip ino Former President Taft Is honorary of the organization1 General Luke former gover nor general of the is active The headquarters are In Xew in his letter of resigna declared that the intention of I the Instead for the pose of creating more sympathy bei 4 oclock thia afternoon when vote will bo is still In progress at a late OF Regular meeting of Lodge Knights of Pythias 154 this Wednesday Juno For Mifelssipul Generally tonight and fair By Associate J 1rea Juno Rep resentative of had ap pealed to President Wilson today to see that the Ainericans in El Paso did not suffer in the threatened fight between Mexican federals and con stitutionalists at Smith was assured by the secretary of war tha full regiments of cavalry would be assembled on the Texas border with In twelve Brigadier Genera Bliss has full authority to concen trate his forces whenever necessary for the protection of American AIJiERT HAHVKY VOLXl Pillions and Jolill Davis YVi d in Circuit Albert charged with lar was found guilty in tho circuit yesterday afternoon after an day was era iloyed at the Hardware satisfied the jury through the testi nony that he was guilty of stealing box of clothing that was consigned to Lcyser and loaded through mistake on his that he placed the box in the rear of the Lake store ind carried a part of tho contents to his the balance falling into the hands of deputy sheriffs that lend to his The morning session of court was consumed In the trial of Lee a charged with stealing some wagon and John charged with assault aad both of whom were White Slave Case rilESIDEXT AND ATTOUXEYCKJf KlIAIi SBIECT Accept Resignation of Attorney Incidents in the Cases CITY rirArun ItcautiFnl GrPnnway llcscnls nil Fn vitiiijx Appearance ta EXPECT BIG Ketievetl Unit Vlfty Thousand Will Attend Gettysburg By AEBocIatcd tween the American and the Filipino Juno an really created and notices from governors lid opinion In favor of the indefinite nro being received at tho office of tho ptcntion of tho by United Gettysburg Bomtcentennial celebra Ho says that neither philantion today giving information that religion or commercial additional veterans are to reconcile the Filipinos to a planning to attend next weeks cere of which the society is It Is believed that ueftrly undoubtedly in a more fifty thousand1 veterans or less disguised though none thp less and in an energetic A force of city under the direction of the have just Br Associated June and AttorneyGeneral Mc Reynolds had a conference today to select a special prosecutor for tho CaminettiDlggs white slave cases and the Western Fuel In dictments in the federal courts at San With the selection of prosecutor and the acceptance ot the resignation of United States Attorney the white house considers the incidents completed cleaning up which now offers to the pleas1 lire and recreation seeking people of the city Its beautiful commo Qf It dious pavilion Considerable damage the intention ot President Wilson secure Francis Heney to take charge of the OJUblXCJ T1IK Jias been a donn during the past year io the j park sind property by someonfs ot malicious and destroying who show a lack of appreciation of what JB being done for those who are un able to leave the city for the sum Catching gold fish from the little pool surrounding the fountain Spread Over n Hundred Tliounand BRYAX MEETS OE you are a Beyond a replied the vll Jup Parliamentarian Is Here to Study lage If you know any is among pastime features nf will be at whilo the removing of a mir ror from a toilet room amused Thp oitlzrn ow It to the city FROMM WIFE FOUNT Members and visiting brothers quested to Work in esquire cllllnlpion Kovolver Shot Helloed la By order ot the of be Victim WifoK al The Permanent Wave Is The Thing For The Hot Weather SCALP MANICURING Pearl Winter 110 North Hinds Street Phone 656 Uy Assoblated June champion revolver shot In tilt UnllodStates in V909 and his were found dead in a lent back of their homo here From a note In Hi womans hand writing the authorities believe that she shot her husband through a fit of Jealous rage and then committeod In tho note two young women of the city are named as be ing the cause of the FOR mnre and Apply to 105 South Wal nut GlOlmfDfadv thing about the work of this office you know it takes a flrstclass to ho a fourthclas Washington Br June Japanese parliamentar ian hero studying the sentiment par ticularly in tho eastern and middle states regarding tho California anti alien Irnid was presented to SecJ Special Bargain Sale rotary Bryan today by We have ju9t bought the Tho secretary said that tho stock Q purniture and alao call was purely accounts of To reduce this stock we will of fer for the next Sixty Days Special Bargain Prices for both cash and credit You oan save at least 25 per cent by buying of Hamblen Thomas No2 DoobWell Fred Anderson Proprietor A prescription is only valuable if it is filled Correctly and with pure We take special pains to see Lhat none but the highest grade drugs of acknowledged sta merit ure placed upon our so that when we Siil your prescription you have the satisfaction of knowing it couid not be filled any better in any place eke in the You will save bscause our prices are always Come to OUR Drug I Drug Phone In the New Office BuildingFirst Floor well to it to report any such rtofac ircs to Ihe city that tho par Kiiilty should pay the Our park IB too valuable an asset to he allowed to go to Gallons The first shipment of crude oil for iins the streets of the c ity arrived Monday and yesterday Mayor Yerger had the entire tank oC a hundred thousand gallons spread upon1 the covering parts of Washlng Kdlson and 1 Arncithcr Unk of a hundred thousand gallons to arrive today or will lay the dust on other The city has contract oil to cover practically all in the which will fast as it Binka hta limita tions It ho ho tails to re gard Tatt Is delighted to bo pri vate And for once the but who wants to be Kansas City HOUSE AND LOT On Theobald Avenue This is a desirable as it faces Central School and is only 112 blocks from Washing ton and centrally Will sell cheap for or on easy Call on Weinberg Building or Commercial Savings Bank for IJOU THEATRE I V TONIGHT The Iron Hand The Eldest Son Rules Warners Two Reel Feature This is a picture that each and every oue should Its a strops drama that will hold The cast is coniposed ofall LIONEL BARRYMORE In The House of Darkness Blograph Fere AJj A gift bhould not only bo worthy of the but should roflict tho good taste ot the Lot us aid you in tho selection ot bridal gifts Irom Oir Remember that anything that out of our store la of quality that will This should to tho Drst thought in a gift Jeweler Washington TOMOHKOW XI til IT irE DIAMOND Pathe Features Next Week THH JltDXIGHT tworeel A OIRL SPV IX in two COMING LATHIS JAPANKSK feature in two and TIIH VAMP1RK OK TillJ Helen Leah Jamos Tefft Johnson and Flora Cheap Rates to Arkansas Points The Lyon PacketjCompanys Steamers A XD MOUNTAIN AX1 Little 1ino Fort Hot HOT This Includes both boat and railroad Baggage trans ferred to nm1 from depot fit Lnnn froe of Steamor leaves foot of Central daily d 10 oclock City ;