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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Greenville, Mississippi IfWEIASSOCIATEl PRESS NEWS A WITH A CIRCULATION IJKimUAHY liKAVKS IXITIATIVH TO AlltKHIIS AM SIJHMAKINHS EUEUE OBIOLE TORPEDOED Steamers IUsiiino Itntllv in Vic By Associated fighting Is in progress once more in the Ar soniie and which has now be come the most bitterly contested sec tions of the western hattle Otherwise the oposinK forces in section are at a The dead lock in the west is so complete that the initiative is irft to submarines iind Theair raid by jJritish aviators on tin Belgian coast is one of the big SLst factors in the military An event oC importance the cast is the Cennan vicory in which Berlin is an imposing In the Carpathians the battles ior he is still Cier nmn aviators over Many bombs were but little damage TheFrench war office tills after noon reports artillcYy exchanges in many sections of the The Ger on from tlio sea to Ncuport and the country of the Near jCarency the French caused tile exnlo Ision two mines in outposts held by the On the between the Oise and as well as Cham there was great activity on the part of the artillery on both circles here consider it virtually that the British steamer was torpedoed and sunk by German The linn1 Uiu vytisui was seen was on 30 by the Bcar nngess Companys steamer a which is also There is equal certainty that the latter ve ful shared the fate of the the conflict Fighting was resumed Donajec and the Russians advanced as far as morning pa pers hall the victory in eayt Prussia as removing further danger of1 inva sion that They point to the Russian report of the battle eating the completeness of the defeat as it admits that the Russians are falling back to protection of their chain of The capture of prisoners means practically an entire army corps is put out of the Children were given a holiday in the schools and Hans arc flying over the city in honor of the FAr Mtsissippl Rain and colder to night Sunday virtly cloudy and THK WORK INCJM EXS OKMOOKAT IO To the You are requested to assemble at the new at 8 The committee ap pointed to collect the assessment made at the last will please meet with Sunday tomorrow afternoon at 3 at the room of Secretary KCMMCALi OF The funeral services of the late Saul who died in Los Ange will be held from the residence admin istration officials had unofficial in formation today on the presentation of the Aeinrican note to the German government concerning the Oernian of and Max bernler Monday sea war zone Advices afternoon at 3 say that the German governemnt de for the to comment on the note except to declare that it j couched in friendly i VOK A COltN inmls of Candidates Oi Xovel The Democrat notes in circulation today a petition looking to the or afternoon newspapers declare that the British j government would have no dillicnlty i gunlziillon of Corn Clubs ona novel i in giving a satisfactory reply to American note in regard to the nse i wiiy Not Orgnnlw CimrtitlniivH of the American flag by British Corn They are virtually unanj uy of promoting the above or inious in the opinion that n neutral lue unrtereieneii vnt AIIHOVES 1JOIIMA NKNT ON CLOWBILL Democrats of Senate lluve Conference to Consider tlio Adrlsubility of Hnle to Kurt the fili TISKS OF AAiHIUOAX KKV TO IHHSKNT 1A regent has appointed Arnold aud Robert Mann committee with Miss Ella ml Bass to decide upon the prize i suy to be selected from the several fine historical papers which have been prepared by students of the tenth Greenville high aud has made the happy selection of Miss Allee Dunn to represent the chapter in presenting the handsome prize to the successful contestant on the evening of at Central school THK DEATH OI1 A message has been received by Snell announcing tins By Associated of llBr Frank at South in the senate met in conference slus luaves l husband and to consider the advisability of con tinuing the fight for the cloture rule to force an end to the determined publican filibuster against tlie ad ministration ship purchase The bill blocked by Republican opposition j unfinished busiiiess L j flag bo there was neutral passengers and goods Russians resumed battle of Dulda Renting mostly with the ao cordini to the latest advices lire reported to have lost in that region lulled and a thousand They were driven back as far where tilK 111 Washington comity hcrrby votes at the coming i lion to the candidates to rassessor GcrinaM j Whu hjia the best of corn on office today says that enemy grown by own dropped bombs on the coast yostinlay as they did on Unrelia ble damage was done to the beforu the President approved detinitely the plan of put j ting the government permanently in the shipping He said thai i liu sUII had hopes thnt an extra ses1 I Hfon would 1 No eulogy could do her jus most SJie was she was she was she was And feel sure Heavens gates open very When she reached the other Who Loved Prom a miltary of M L F Pictures That HOT flJ Ji Perfect Presented in Kinematograph Films in Three A Village Girl in the Citys Toils and the Tale of a Big The Escape in the the Fight with the Police and explosion of a bomb make this a Thriller STUNG BY THE BEE STOCKINGS Our New Service Comedies Are All THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE i view the Germans suffered slight In the AiKonm more than a half mile of French poltous were Reports Iiom where n number of In dicate 20ii of ilic iiiomy Gorman loss in the en in twentynine and On lioii sides uf the east i Inipsiiii border the fjinnan tions everywhere are piOKnissing suc In rolin1 Hie was crossed and troops re proccnd Ing in the direction of liam received Field Marshal Yon IlindenberK on the eastern battle front and it decided to make a renewed dash fur Warsaw ncxl acconllni to a dispatch from Amsterdam to the Telegraph Grigg Fits the Feet ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT X TlilO IIOCSH OKS iics Sold Dinvn to 1er By j The slop of j loss in sidline loday risuHnil in a wild tlownwrtrd suinir in play went to at which it I I hnvo just a stork ot Ijjuidroflis from thesceii farms of the Jjnndrctlt bulb in iianoiS aiicl J J Also Ktiirys choice Come wiil the stuck is INC AT ACTUAL itiiclly pa PHONE BRING THE CHILDREN TO SE Piper Red Big Mud dy and Nut Coal for fur naces awd Phone L MOSEY COAL SPECIAL OFFER AT ON BELIGIAN BATTLEFIELDS In the Ruropean The only authentic picture ever tak Showing the actual THE THIEF After gliristiiias Specials Many useful Holiday articles that we do not care to carry overAT BIG YOUR FARE REFUNDED v Jeweler 20S WASHINGTON 300 Pair of Ladies Fine and Odd per JOE The Shoe Men Ill OX I WHY SHOULD ANYONE DRINK COCACOLA Perhaps you have heard this question If youve nev er tasted you too will say why If you ever have drunk Coca Cola you know the It is and It is to cheer but not to in arrow COCACOLA BOTTLING CO WITH THE ORIGINAL STAR THOMAS JEFFERSON Hgfk blown in boille Phone 913 Mississippi Rip Van Winkle is the Famous Washing ton Irving Sketch Adapted to Motion Pic in Six From the Original 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