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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                                AlTilST VREJlfH CAiTCKK MOUI IltJHOXEKS BRITISH m mm rremifr Kcrcnsky at Moscow Confer Aviator Russian Jencral AMERICAN CATHOLICS ME TRULY LOYAL resident Whalen of tho American Federation of Catholics 1ledgtNl the of All American Cath olics to the in the By Associated General is holding all Hie imui gains in the great Verdun offensive the session of the American Ksnsas in America will support the cause of the country with underiatins loyalty throughout the The pledge was given here today by President of New York in his an nual address before the opening of I JAPAN REAFFIRMS DEVOTION TO Tlio Japanese Mission Placed of Flowers on Tomb of Wiishins ton and Grave ot Diirlmm Jap anese to the United Stales today visited the Arlington National Cemetery placed a wreath ot flowers on the tomb of Durtm mStev the American who as sisted the Japanese government to adjust tin controversy they had with China regarding Ho was by a Korean at San Francisco in 190S Viscount special yesterday in placing a wreath of flowers on the tomb ot Washington reaffirmed Japans de votion to the allies IKES PATfllOTIG MESS itroduced by Chairman Mollet and DcHvtis an Instructive and Intor oi in Aikliess on the DANIELS WANTS MORE DESTROYERS and at moment faces the for tion of and he said there miidable counter attacks which the would be no question about the patri crown prince is now The j otism ot the men and women 01 mat French commander reports repulse j last night of a strong assault on the newly won positions in that The British are continuing their smashing of aviation and other bases tiehindtlie German front In Only trench raids were reported by infantry SENATE STRUCK OUT LETTER POSTAGE TAX AVill Submit to OonsrcSH Estimate for for Construction of n Greater Number Destroyer oi the Navy Daniels expects to submi to congress sometime this week hi estimates of dollars fo the construction of a great number o destroyers which will make the tin ted Stalls navy a leader in th world in ships of that French Take More Prisoners and pulse Gorman i German j attacks were made last night on the Aiane and Verdun Ihe war flee but the assaults were broken up by the French fire at all points and all the French position were More than prisoners were taken yesterday by the of a Tax of One NEAR BELZON he Sucossful Trench Raid successful trench raid was by the British oast ot about one mile northeast of early A few prisoners were American Aviator Killed in Accident on French ment oC the death of George j a machinist male ui the United Siaies Naval Aeronautical who was killed on the French was made here was killed in an aeroplane accident and was a native 1 of Kerensky National 20 mier who came here ito at tend the nationalconference re CALHOUN KILLED sen ate today by a vote of S9 to 29 struck out the provision of levying a tax of one cent on letters and post de signed to raise a fifty million dollar while the provision sivmK the American soldiers and jailors abroad the privilege of mailing let ters free of postage was Eight amendments to tho war tax En TO WORKINOJ MKNH DKMOCIIATIC CLUB Kclley f the Now Am Charged With Killing and Reloa ed on Pica of While in attendance a Private of the trial of irst Missis bill providing levies on war profits ranging from seventyfive to forty eight per was introduced today by Senator POPEsTEACE PLANS TO HAVE A REPLY The United States Will Make Reply to ropes Proposal Sonic Time This Entente Powers Wait on to Speak sippi Medical a Itilzoni yes terday Sheriff GeorgeI Alexander and County Proseculing Attorney Wlliam Kay Too nibs assist ed the officers of that section in un covering an illicit still at Colo near that which was the it is of a drunken brawl winch started late Saturday night and end ed in the death ot a in the hands of Tim man accused of the crime was acqnit tted on the grounds of The death of Calhonn was the outcome of a row which started at the illicit still late Saturday night Through a well attended meeting called by the Demo hel dal the Thea or the peoplo of the home of Congress nin Ben were given the opportunity to hear this able eon rrossnum discuss the vital issues in epoch making period of th worlds The meeting was called to order by Secretary in tho absence of President who stated the two foldl purposes of the the first of which was an address by Congressman who he appropriately introduced as one of the leading members of the House of and who had served faithfully the people of this district for in and he hoped that he would have the opportunity to vote for him years Humphreys thanked the chair man for his and stated that heretofore it had been his cus when he could get homo during the summer to so around the district and discuss the ques tions of political interest which had occupied the attention ot cnntrcs during the preceding On these occasions in the he 1 have fell warranted i congratulating our people upon the accomplishments of their representa tives in the national and in telling them what the govern done for Iheiii by the en into law of the Con trol marking as it did the final triumph of the cause which ed it to sink our ships and our citizens on the high Humphreys explained in de tail the rights of neutrals on the and showed that for less of fenses than those committed on the high seas by iermnay the United States had declared war agains Great Britain in and had fought France previous to thai lie said that the group of senators who declared that this war was brought about tit the interest of the munition manufacturers and great corporations seemed to overlook the fact that these corporations had made more hy manufacturing muni iioni of war for the allies than they could to make with the Vniled Siaies in because that Peerless and Wondrow had said to the gov ernment will make and be will make corporations pav a groat portion of their profits in taxes to support the The steel corporation alone being re hy now AVIl KKKUNSKV IX AT i Situation Still Italians Conlimif to akr PrnyrMS Acidcutally id in seven million dollar pending in He said the Kami senators who defeated the ship purchase which undeniably worked in the in terest of the shipping trust when Prosident Wilson asked tor an ap propriation to build ships to fight the ship trusl when it had raised freihl on cotton from a bale to SI 7 bale from the Iliiled tates to were now claim pi thai the war was prompted these trusts that Wilson ha orced to keep within Of their charge U i silly on lleforc closing his address Humphreys stated that th hour up would soon slrikc tor the retirement of the politician in congress or else where who declared that Ihe com mandprInchiof of the Tniled States army or my or ycur who had gone to the fronl to fight for the of the people and Ihe honor of the wore Ormany in the back while England and France held her At the close of Congressman Hum phreys1 speech the applause was loud and long and then on motion a vole of approval ot his in and thanks tor By Associated conflict at the national conference between Pre mier backed u uy the moderate socialists and a majority of the council of the workingmvn and soldier delegates and the constitu tional democracy and a part of the army which stands for ruthless army is fast Opposition to the premier looks to General of tho Russian as cuir cham pion and at the lime the name of General Korniloff is on ev ery When lie the conference hall he received an ova General in his address to tho conference stated that during the present month many killed and four regimental com manders and other oficers recently assigned to regiments of Siberian ri and abandoned their positions on Riga Nothing but an or der to exlcrniinate the entire regi nt caused It to return to its posi Thug we are fighting implacably Ihe anarchy in the the com mander me sage to his home people were through the been to us a ques tion of paramount and othcflcgislation for the Hut this time Ihe fates ha dordered things and now he coma before his people with a heavy heart on account of the which placed oil every mothers face an anxious Chairman of the then read some resolutions that had been approved by the officers and executive commitl of the Work Democratic which a bo received loud and continuous A DOUBLE KILLING SATURDAY NIGHT of the United States The reply to t aaidihat he was onvinced by the Valor they were showing thal they will be able to drive back the enemy ait the front and would crush any counter General Korni loff arrived today and wasgreeted by a great General OI LI1W u Pope Benedicts peace proposals will be made this Secretary Lanisng said and will he made some time but he declined to indi cate the character or time the reply will be Reports from the entente powers received today in dicate that they might be waiting on the American government to make the first 1 cos i Ml is and other were iUendance several of whom to of will my boy jss T member anything which had taken him as a on the Dan Slewail Shot anil Killed Iearl After lally Clove war office re ports artillery activity on the Calilor nia plateau and in the vicinity ot the Verdun The troops have tho German Iremlnv at do Souainc and captured many llrilisli Advanced ill result of the Hriiish attack on the Flanders front yesterday was the lines were advanced along a front of more than Jtli yards astride of tho war office announced for Icronski Fulls Wlillc at the Perouj comanding a Russian fell righting valiantly amidst his diers during the fighting on the Se reth in the Rouman ian war office EXPORT CONTROL AS A WAR WEAPON British Airplanes Make Raid Over Has Issued a Proc lamation tacin Further JJestrir Uons on Oveiseas use of bomb cxporl control as a wai weapon to ing expedkion was made over Bel gium Saturday night by the British according to todays report many booths were One British machine is rcponcd to be hasten the submission of is seen here in Wilsons proclamation restric tions on overseas The proclamation directs thai goods IIKIV not he sent to European neutrals except under license and ex tends the to commcditios for which the license is in other A barrel of moonshine whiskey and many parts of Ihe PI chin cry were captured by Deputy SnonU Zack when he raided the still yesterday and captured a white who will be brought to this city some tirao today and placed in the county jail to await Ihe arrival of a United States marshal to whom he will he turned over for trial in the federal court for unlawful The finding of the illicit still is the first of its kind to he found in Wash ington county or in this and it only goes to show to what Icngthu men will go to secure but due to the alertness of the county au thorities this unlawful practice was nipped in the bud before much way had been Private Kelley Is now being held hy the military authorities for trial bv court of whether he should volt and whether he had left undone he could have done o have this dreadful He said 1 could have voted against the war returned to you and said ibis war is none of my ami I wash my of all y for us bloody sacri ioniius years ago and ivor fr the world to be ci on I could have followed Two negroes are and a third confined in the Washington county jail as the result of a shooting aftray at the camp cars of tho Yazoo Mississippi Valley the city water Saturday I flan shot and t mortally wounded Clove colj orod a and then turned the infantry pistol on Pearl his I rnei sending three bullets from Aim The Italians made further progress yesterday on lliu north of tiie war office whilo he Austrian allacks of the of the which caused her thirty minutes Stew ified after being in hiding for three made his way down town and surrendered to Patrolman and lining cut in scv bieediii from a Uill At eft their nvnehes beioro attacked in the re were retiring lo the eaat announces AT STOEYiLLE OPENS AustroGorman Attacks Kepulsod Austro German atUcks on the Roumanian meuts to allies and neutrals positions south of Ocna last j than European INSTITUTE Germans claim Captnr eof Beaumont Germans oro forced out of the Verdun in yesterdays but subsequently recaptured the and the wooded the war ofico announces he fighting in the sector The Canadian Casually last Heavy I for results oi the heavy fighting of the Canadians is reflected in the casualty lists taling ivcr a thousand for the week just On the received toi night totalling of vhom 1 ft wore I ODEN GIVENS SCALDED TO DEATH Washington avenue rhl with his iighls of man or which our fa eral fought and bled upon a in his thousand to be crucified upon an Iron Cro Seventeen Years Old Virksburs lioyjnov Acide tally to Death Wlicn Deri ails Depart milit i C The Farmers la Experiment Slatioi a three days Miss Crcsswcll and Mis will be assisted at the Stonevillc in stitute by Miss May Mr Tivlor recently appointed Oden Given of aged seventeen working on the KOVI ernnionl revetment near iaines 10 bis died at the local hospital lay ill here last night as the result of burns received yesterday Whilo working about a derrick or on a barge the derrick ov this I man d un der it and as the steam pipes wore Harwell I broken ho was so badly saldcil as to cause his The steamer Arthur llider 1 That was the easy but when you honored mn wih oclco of high 1 you peoiPd me in the hour of that serious choice to seel not the way that wis but the way thai was right Bo I coine now not to tell you what ovcrnnicn has done for but what you should do for the gov Now thai we arc in th war It is to why are in i but one question and that is how to The man who siands corner or in the pub ininn i st enip null ihat our cause si is rcaderim poor country and let no politicini nattering unction to his soul ei the vears to come he who rocliVs such i doHriii will fare in the judgment of those to after liini than Ihe copperhead V ib iiovli and he scalawag of be have fared in our esli Stewir was taki to Ml city nil j d iriinsferred to the county after having been examined by j I ian and one stitch j in his side Stewart tells ina to Help Allie Oen jerals Ioj Chi Kwanff i Ku Chin commanding nun have uficied the services ei their the war in K War Think cif Austria Dec The that Ausiria and perhaps tho e of being of I wo years I the stall ifrniany will soon da in iso ho h till SECOND TRAINING CAMP FOR SOLDIERS ORlolliorpo tho Second Offi cers TinlnlUR Opens Wed iitfttny With 5lcn on By Associated socond oftlcora training oamp will bo irin ictiirj worh at Port Oglefhorpo with men on the cis liiflitute at Stonovillo for the purpose of visiting tho demonstra tions in the Womans Department of Iho dairy specialist irom I i he Deparlmenl of will clvc ilcnioiistra 1 lions In home butter making and in making Can non is endeavoring lo create an inter cat In making and greater use of cottage Owing to W j of were notiliod 01 w serious They on Ihe early morning train just a few the end j The body was prepared for burial by Inrrlft of the Soinmer Wells and shippeil to on the the father j and mother returning lo Vlcksburv I on tho samo Tlip overlurniHK of t caused tho death of young Olvens not In jured Ben on tho barge of Rlggans istrlH agent ah attend the at of lllggans onov 1 e nieot InK The program arms was while wnnt was ov 1 e neot nK e o o the iasEo will be in chargo dislocated and wcoWed othor o tic Ko b ho got county demonstration ting along very well greal honor of he wlnii Ihe met in rounion That congress mi ss was and including Ihe hiinoin who bail foughl to union and not o honor was con ferred nnnn tliem becauii they were patriots anil foinbl for what Ihey believed til be and one of ih banners curried bv a division of litese Southnrners containnd the meaningful Damn a man j who alnt for his countryrighl or II then explained how that war hecamo a not be causioi the Prcaident wanted it not because congress wanted or that anybody wanted but because Clor of d laken lo colored Dauirliters1 says he without cause after i to colled a debt Stewart hlm for some The trouble it is over domestic Iron ides when Stewart found lys wife il is irnrsferred her j lo Stewart ard his ifc wnre is cooks at the and Clark served as a Sheriff Alexander and Prosrclliing Altorncy Wil i ToointS nolified dy ihey pprsoiKil and Ihi efforts of ouniy officials many coni were straightj tVe dyin slaloment of was made lo Toombs at the colored Kings Daughters Hos pital at preliminary heariuc wnl lake place lirst nsnalty Keportcd Ierbiugs a A first to il officer of somo vl he Corps cablegram ail it ilh in a oid Lieutenant uaiii 1iriiie of onlidciiic foe e of confuieuc in the and WAR BOND AND CERTIFICATE BILL of the speech frora spoke lioiKii onlcccnce of Id Meet In inli tl of women front lligprcnt and neutral nations VeM licre for three days be Siifmher 111 and closing War Hill Hlliinllit I JMM MXMKIO llild ll Senclary 1 The pro war iLABOR LEADERS AND SOCIALISTS MEET press of tli press o i bond and now in the ilioUBo Commllleo wan halted temporarily hy the ab of 9xrotnry By Associated int lied socialist anil labor ooirfen n hero this morning under thn presidency oC Arthur membor of tho House ot with seventy delegates   

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