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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1916, Greenville, Mississippi V TELL THEM THAT YOU SAW IT IN THE DEMOCRAT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS A NEWSPAPER WITH 4 CIRCULATION VOLUME MARCH ACCUSED NEW YORK SUBWAY OFFICIALS 4RTIII QTIII DUNE H JSKUKVKS TLI CMANCIO VOK FERISHIN6 LEAVES EL PliSO 51 Hilary Authorities Jiefuso Informa tion Itegiirding Departure of the Campuifin Com By Associated El March al commanding the expe ditionary force into left here last Since departing the mili itary authorities refused all inforinaj A rigid censorship was ordered awaited word from General Kunslon thai American troops are moving into Mexico in pursuit of the Villa ban The latest iiifnimatinn indi1 nates that they are ready in cross iti i any Tie officials irc cuiiliilfnl chat the I so far as is was alleviated liy the I acceptance of his proposal that hisj troops may pursue the bandits on j the American side of the The j publication of reports that the United j States expects trouble from farran is understood to be resented hy j administration Official reports from the border to day contained no word of the impor tant movement of Secretary before the cabinet said nothing to when tiie ex pedition into Mexico would FRICNVII IIKIOKT RKIULSK OJ ALL mm ARE NEGOTIATING rhoto Ijy American Theodore Shouts in president of the Inlerlioroush Itapid Transit islativp revealed how he and other hirne John De Liincey Xifjll right are seen wiih and RUNAWAY TRAIN ENDS FLIGHT IN SCRAP HEAP established at Xaco ruder March is un Columbus today by I der arms as a result of reports from sources considered reliable by milita ry that a raid on the town j CarranM Shows is planned for early Women j March 1 and children were hurried from the Early today all was hut the situation is The authorities j here are informed that several pieces i five Americans are leaving Cliilinahu City today on a special train furnish ed by Carranza Twenty others declined io leave and sevrn governme teen others in various parts of Chihu ahua state elected to State department dispatches indi cated that Carranza authorities are showing an excellent spirit of coop Stale department authorities along the border reported today Hint Cor ranza had received the American gilts not accepting his for the reciprocal agree ment for the pursuit of out laws and was favorably impressed with Villn Heading El March Fran cisco Villa is heading south from Ga lena and is now encircled by Car ranza according to advices from commanderin chief of With M0 men in Chihuahua and heavy re inforcements he thinks Villa has very little chance of of artillery were discovered hidden on the Mexican side of the border and Mexican soldiers were seen car rying what appeared amunition to thej I The garrison here has been increas ed by another company from j Nervous 1C1 March Cirj cumstantial stories received here to day from Mexican stated that Villa intends to a stand against the Americans at Ojilos Am iMjirans familiar with the country say that it is admirably adapted for The frontier of the country between hero and Columbus are showing unmistakable signs of be ginning to feel the Scatter ed hamlets sent demands to military authorities for Several arrests were made and others were expected to if Two Aulrian Without For Tor jiednciiifi By Associated March night there was a continuance of artillery activity on the Verdun West of the Mouse the cannonading was fairly A reconnaisance par ty of Germans in the Haudremont Woods was checked by the the war office There was severe cannonading near Vanx ami in the Waevre In the woods of LaPetre a German detachment advancing on the French trenches driven Torpedo Austrian March presented to the United States ports in two which charged that Austrian merchant ships were I torpedoed with out warning by allied i presumably Photo by American A wild enprlne running at over fitly mil gine at Jersey The not kiidni oral men were seriously hurt in the CMrpiT as it run kept feeding coal I i Germany AVill Make j adv were received here indicntiiiE that Germany will mako complete amends to the United i States if it is found that a German j submarine torpedoed the j bark from which seven i icans were rescued in Havre PREMIER ASQUITH ILL NOTICE XO Slay Declare Mnrtinl San March said that if the censorship was evaded martial law might be the next step in controlling the situation at He said that the news paper reports from New Mexico re veal every movement of dis position of various forces and lie amount of No order for the movement of troops was issued Await Morch officials today momentarily RUSH PREPAREDNESS Plans to Side Track All Othw HusL ness in Favor of Army By Associated March ing with the presidents desire to have all preparedness measures rushed through the house rules committee today appointed a sub committee to confer with or Clark on side tracking all other business after the passage of the free sugar in favor of By Associated March official bulletin today says that Premier ABQuith is suffering from bronchial ATTEND CONVENTION pastor of the First Baptist and Arthur Preston left this morning for Mc Comb to attend the annual con vention of the and State Sunday School Sealed bids for the purchase or of 5 liquid road oil will be received by the City Council of at the regular monthly meeting on April at Council reserves the right tc reject any and all 3141w THE GRAND Tomorrow THE LIFE Will write Ordinary Life Policies at following cost per a year Age age age age age age age PHONE 6 to 10 MENU Hot Stew Roast Beef Swiss Cheese American Cheese Coffee Milk Try one of our Chocolate after the first time you will order it fAAI TTTE 11KST ON TITK mid Red Ash For All Dommtic Cwuon Hill NnV For Fnr SioTW MOSBY CO AL PHONR Cutting the hair short used to be punishable offense in The largest Spanish chestnut tree in I ho world grows in a forest on the slopes It is said that one hundred soldiers and their hors es found shelter under it from TO ALL WHO EAT The Dennis Grocery Company an nounces that a complete stocv of sta ple and lancy including all tho staples as well as delicacies of can now be found at our nnv 700 South wherci will appreciate an opportunity Io serve our friends and We ill mako a specialty of Ilio freshest of goods and quick delivery to any part of tho while being out of the high rent district will enable us to nmko the prices entirely to your Soliciting your DENNIS GROCfcBY 700 Phone the army age age age Twenty Pay Life will cost as follows Age age age age age age age The Penn Mutual Is one of tho oldest and strongest companies on earth pays annual dividends and its loan and paidup values are larger and extensions longer and oth er essence of contract better than of any other Your appllca tion will be greatly appreciated by District Miss Office at Brill CHABUTTK GKEEX ami SIDNEY in JANE LORD JOHNS JOUNAL In Three with GREENVILLE ELKS ELECT OFFICERS SplemlHl Officials Klcctod by ville Jjodge of Kor THE DELTA HIGHWAY of Chamber of Com merce Attended Meeting in Ya City suini j Secretary of the Green I ville Chamber of has re The Greenville Lodge from Yazoo City where he at Benevolent and Order of tne meeting Monday of the elected officers last evening for i executjve committee of the Delta the ensuing as follows Pritchard exalted ruler Louis and the esteemed leading knight a resoiution rennesting the United esteemed loyal knight P states government to send from the esteemed lecturing knight Department of Good Wash secretary jngton engineers to make surveys in treasurer tyler i and Yazoo coun trustee ties for the permanent Delta higli reeentative to Grand Lodge Walton n Washington county this work has already been done under These officers will all be installed for permanent roads adopted last April j year by the Board of Supervisors and The officers elected are splendi i Chamber of Pritcli active benevolent and j ard says the several counties in line under the direction of these chosen Of the route of the Delta Highway ollicials the Greenville Cotton will begin at once to secure bond is ers will continue the noble work sues to build tho highway and hopu accomplished in the The order begins the new splendid financial BUYS DELTA LANDS j to be able to begin work as soon as ar in the government engineers have their i surveys Already the ison county enthusiasts have pone to work to build a real SHOES F0R THOSE TO WHOM STYLE APPEALS JOHL BERGMAN THMBPBONK 7IW Mini Confidence in Values of lelta Giraffes can see behind them with out tuTiiins their of ML has imrchasMl acres of and near thus adding to I his present holdings in the who has had j if his other properties will also have of tlm new j Tnrley great conliJ ilonce in tiie IVHa and now owns about aflrcs in some of which he has refused to sell at a large Whilo Turloy ntlll makes liomiin ho continues to invest in tho IlUi and confident this the best placo SPECIAL Sterling Silver CLOSINOE PINS Regular tip to Your Choice It costs Groat Hrltain OQ aaav orago a year for man In roguUr arnr at the L SCHLOM 90S PhOM
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