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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                                f V I SHITUMUIOU 1017 JOVE IN SIX GKllMAX SfTBAMtiftS REPORTED A SUCCESS AIB RAIDS oe Gerouuis Kepoftcd to Be Executing Belgians in Numbers on Charges of AWAIMKI 15V COUKT WILL SEND ARMY FBiCE VnlsintecTR for an Ariny to Be Sent to France Under Officers Trained in Belgium Have Iiejn Called By Associated per sons were killed and seventy injured in an raid over accord ing to from Kent which say that about eight tona at bombs were dropped in last alght9 The bombing over thin town con ttoued for two at different in BO far as it can bij learn ed there haa no great proper ty Reports from Yortahire indicate the Zeppelins dropped bombs end arerial The ZspTwMna not penetrate but weredriren off by gum Three womei were That only two airplanes Che of ias been officially By Associated Bangkok dispatch says that prize court has condemned six German steamers with a net tonnage of Soon fter the entrance of Siam into the jar nine AustroGermau steamers of tons were seized by the gov BRITISH PUSH CtKHMANS HACK OVJWI HIGH CiitOUNU Fire Used by GenNtns in Their Uquid fire was OT Qermuw in their attack In Beanmiont nortk of last was with heavy loss to ths tie iwr office ttet las in on the kank of the XenM the vicinHj of wood kept up fcy Oermans rturtaj last i TMrtr J Rjf Germans AdTicfif rs celved from the frontier by the state tkat 3f of in during the past three fff The Runiaii Ixin it Aoceew of announces that subcsription to Liberty Lioan reached total ttf three nlie thousand Nothing to Peace Minister Terestdinko today a statement declaring as entirely false the rumors which were pub lished by newspapers in the various regarding peace negotln tions which is said to have been in itiated by certain ARGENTINE WILL SEVER RELATIONS Tho Chamber of DopuOesWill Vote With tJe to Hover niatic llclalions With Buenos con seryatives who control the Chamber of Deputies of agreed to vote tonight on the rupture with Ger Prom the indications thosL the resolution adopted b Senate to sever diplomatic rela tions with Germany have majority of thirty votes and will thus vote forcing the government to cease rela lions HEAVY STORM IN JAMAICA ISLANDS Tho Hurricane Now Sweeping Across tho Gulf of Since Siamese lovernment according to a Bangkok has volunteers to IB sent to the western rant in En The the dispatch be commanded by of fleers reined in Germans Iakc Another Air lUtid Over London Hut Wrro Back by By Associated Tho British today resumed their rive on the German lines in Fland launching their attack on a vide front east of Apparently little effort is being directed in driving deeper the vedge whhU lias already been forced the German front of fprea on Menin The enlargement Of the Ypres sal ent is having the effect of endan ering the German line north to the Belgian rSiarn haa a population of over Bangkok witii a lopulation of more than i he and is also a city of con siderable Siain produces sugar and other the being very An army ol more than a half mil men could be organized from the jopiilation Of NO NOTICE RECE1EYD OF THIRD INCREMENT Local Exemption Board Haa Not Yet ItocolTBd Any Motice to Send Negroes Drafted on October Official notice to include uugroes n the October 3 increment men drafted into the new national array ias as been received by the Washington county exemption board number despite the announce ment of Secretary of War Baker that arrangements have been made for training tho negroes at various c seven days intervene until the time when the third per to entrain and board ficials fear difficulty in supplying the full quota through mailed to short a They expect an or der to the negroes very soon To date they have been authorized to sen lionly wnite and then they miable to comply VCn tTie lastorder because ths men had no been certified back from the district at The local board is laiiy lnDX for returns from the district board confirming the men they certified to the diitrict some time ago COMMUNin7 FAIR OCTOBER THIRD ami Some tho Dotuils o TIiosi Conimunity Fnirs Kxplaii Germans Over High Ground ICust of In the new at sck this morning the British pushed hack the Germans over the high ground east of a Reutors cor respondent at the British headquar ers Tho British Making British made an attack this morning on wide front at where good pro gress was it is reported by war crossed were in the coayi u flrferert el and continually hur WOKHAIUT I CI1AIUJ10S NOW HOVKN ried back by tiie large force of Britj So effective were the ti3 outskirts of six killed and injured in Lines Guyiuiner irolsibly George who is officiiilly reported is a credit to tho army aviation He record of having shot down 53 airplanes in side the German lines anil destroying at least more that been un accounted lie been missing since September i Hritiwh Iush Forward in aO of British Brit ish appear successful throughout the northern half of their lino attack and have advanced to yards In numerous The Ger mans are nesting desperately all along a front of astride Ypres on the road where a terrific struggle is Gcrmuiy Agrees to Belgium ou Certain has agreed to evacuate Belgium on cer ttln conditions it was declared in the German according to Berlin City Shows Kven Morn JrrmjmSwtdiKh In triguo Tlinn By Associate Mexico is slHttuI on good authority tlial investigation ITWHCNT WARNINGS TO MXPOSEI SECTIONS TO SEftfEB HT PUSS ISLAM lie Smtin if Severe JjOiilsiana MUsteippi n lit tty Associated Tim cal hurricane is apparently Brigadier nonoral Maxwell Brigadier Gen eral a member of Kitchen ers Indian was killed in action according to a report in the British Naval Forces Bombard Ger man Xaval Base at The Herman naval base at was bombarded yesterday by the British naval TheBritivh aerial pa over the encountered six hostile Tiro were Kionch Steamship French Admiral De wan sunk ou September by a sub marine In Spanish territorial Ten men of the crew of the steamship were bore shows flic of a message ill tho Gcr the moutli of the mnn legation here and liorlln via the and is moving to Swidish legation and which was revealed recently by Sec retary of State and shows that such messages hrul been sent extending as far as the early part of It is also stated that the messages were not confined to dispatches from the German minister this morning 150 miles uE Mississippi river the norlh and Warnings of diuigeroin gales hare been sent to inland points in southwost Louisiana and The hurrirnne warn ing extends an far wrst as Or to Mexico Von but con sisted in of nicssagos from Berlins forolgn transmitted I says the local weather liu Stonn CeiiUr In Vicinity New IV throuifli the Swedish legation to Von Bokhardt iinrt by the it will be runembered Von Etkharrit denied chnrgM nmde by Secretary THE BK DRIVE FOR THE WAR LIBBARY 1crn nomanila f Germany tion for Sinkins government has instructed the Peruvian minister Berlin to present to the Gorman government a demand that satisfac tion be given within he next S days for the sinking of the Peruvian and if this demand is not met diplomatic broken relations will be Mayersvillc big drive by the Library War Council to raise a million dollars to provide libraries for the American soldiers and sail ors began lOvery city and town in tho United States has been organized to raise with the minimum contribution asked from yUh community based on five per of its are that the IropiraT hurricane Is expected to center at Pass Island near Xcw Orleans and vi some time tonight or Friday This is the offlcal fore cast given here District Fore caster Kltno says the storm M indi cated is very Urgent hurri cane warnings havo been sent to all imposed All wator raft are warned to seelc A wireless message from veseis in the Gulf reported the winds ve locity to bi 75 miles an As i precaullou here the public were dismissed at noon and the chil dren to their Artillery Fiphtiiip dnn Intense on Vcr artillery Another Air llairf Over area bom barded in last nifchtjs air raid was inhabited chiefly by tho poorer clasf of people and aside from the break fighting occurred last night on the Verdun front between Beaumont and thewar office announ Vatitan Icnie8 the Vatican de ing of windows and slight damage to J the reports that Pope Benedict two or three small frame intends to make proposals of peace Uier3 was no property involving mediation by The German although King A COOPERATIVE suffered a heavy property danage by a hurricanewhich swept over the island Sunday and Is now sweeping across the Gulf of fl Heporti indicate the storm is the terrific nlnce at which time fntt crops at Port Antonio and the surrounding uistrict were lout There is no men ilon i loss ct A GREAT 1ERCHANT MARINE FOR THE The Community Fai will be held on This ox hibit will include home demonstra tion and canning clirb Any lady who wishes to do so may enter her The jars of canned preserves and jellies will not be as the blue ribbon pro ducts will be exhibited at tbe county In and at tho state fair in Inhibits of fresh poultry and dairy fan y to be These tairs are attracting a great deal of attention over the At sola last Thusrday every business man in a The of pre was At IM Belzoni and in the Riverside committees uro at work and the women are responding boart After tho community fairs the prize winning exhibits will be col icctoi for the county and later the choice articles from this lot will be shipped to Jackson as the Wash ington county exhibit CATTLE SHIPMENT A cooperative car shipment of ont left Brwin yesterday morning for the markets at Louis and was composed of ioma of ths best cattle from the plantations of Nicholson and of The car composed of twentyfive liead and ivns under the direction of Carpen the county Another co operative shipment will be sent for ward within tho noar EXPLOSION IN PLANT AT LOWELL Nowton MimufAolurhiR foin Making Shells for tho the Scent of ICxplo COAL MINERS DEMAND INCREASE IN WAGES Tim DcnlainJ of Krom Seven I v 1er For Wilge 1 n to By Associated The de mands of the countrys coal miners for an immediate wage increase from nty o rvpntv was pre seuitil a today of na oprittors and miners represen tatives from he central competitive From Saturdays Mnycrvsville Spectator wo take tho following nnd Flanagan spent Monday last in Among others who went to Green ville on Wednesday to ilteml Hnzlips funeral wcrn Emil A and and Earl NrKmlth and Shields attended neral Wednesday in ITHF WflRI HS Jeffords went up to VYURLU i3 Greenvllln to attend the of v Hazlip on and Frank Birdrong went to Greenville on Wednesday to at tend Hnzlips Among others who attended I lie funeral of llazlip in Green ville on was and U Kate Lee and Simon and Morris niiin was killed and wer injuve1 le io4j by an explosion at the of the is engaged in shulls for tlie dficiiils of tie compaay said the was ac Vj Within a Year tho United Statm Will F Sliiiw With an Riito TonniiRo of More Titan Within a more than a year tho Stntoa wll have an ocwin going mnr Meet of more than shlps of aggregate tonnago o the hipping hoard nnnoimcod today but tho BtatoniorU dM nol glVD any Iho rnmoJil i V CHANCERY COURT TO MEET NEXT MONDAY Deputy Chancery Strong is preparing dockot Tor lie opcnliu of chancery court noxt Monday at Clerk C the chanccrj tiro Chancellor Thomas will hoar tho cua on tho While the docko h not a heavy It oontalnn a num her of Importftnt cases which will of thin including sfettrn BERTHA SMITH WAS TURNED LOOSE GABE REEDEN IN TOILS OF THE Witli a Suit Case of liquor Iy Deputy Sheriff Gabriel a was imb iGd a suit full of ast night by Deputy Sheriff Rowland as he was stopping from a rain at the water nnd placed under arrest and later confined In he county jail where ho has lharged with unlawful When arrested Reedeu claimed the iquor was the property of Lily who instructed him to meet ho train and bring the caso full of John Barleycorn to her The suit case was full of pints und FRANK VANDERLIP OF CARRANZA Tlio From Recoivixl 17 AiiilMViHad By Associated Mexico Ambassa dor Fletcher today received the coui roimication from United States formally ncknowledgl Carranza prosirtent of tho napiib lic cf EXTRA SESSION OF STATE LEGISLATURE AT COMISKEY PARK Xivtrly in AlrnMly licccivivl for Ifimt Three Gatufis in Jaino iiy Associated in and re ceived u lo Park in payment inr reservations the first thrre of tin So whicu ojiuu Saturday October A of ihis it beiim as Arthur ictVay WM iliiirRwl Having Moro Ufpior in His I Than Allowel ty Bertha who was arrested j sometime ago on rhc charge of hav ing more liquor in her possession than tlie law was dismissed and a charge made against Arthur when they appeared liefor OKinnon in court McCray had been nrrcslcil on tnej of fighting week and yesterday the charge or having more iuuinr in his than the law allows was TROPICAL STORMS CROSSING THE GULF IVtiliapl Strikn UK By Associated Tropkai uiM iirbaiues approaching the United States from airnss the from airnss this uioruinj near file huirude TRADING WITH THE ENEMY BILL PASSED i of 25 loaglinile SS de Tho wiatlier an nounced that hurricane had displayed along thf Gulf oaet from Mobile to TO HELP MADOOj Callwl by Hie Governor to Knart Tax tSflition iwiil IVergiiiry War IVcsldont ff National Nmv Hctlrcs Help McAdoo Sell Was1 who as of the Nallonnl City Bank of Now 1oads thp largest banking institution of the Uivitod has sevwed his connection wth the instilulion and all other orsnntetlons with whlrti ho is for thn period of Hie innrdor to assist Sceroinry McArtJo In tht Mborty Iwin i v Mississippi logislatnro convcnid to day at 10 In an extraordinary setwion to enact tax legislation and omorgency The roRiilnr officers cloctcd in 191G arc lovornor IlUHKull ua iresldent of tlio ith Falkiur a Sonnptt Connor as speaker ot tho House with rthlof 4 i By Associated Tim rari ng with the cnoiny bill was tuloplcd iy tin HOIIIP of today wlthonl a roll Tho bill nmv goes to the AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION MEETS TlK Opening SfKHion Toiliir in Atlan tic Matters Will ln NEGRO LABORERS RETURN TO WORK Shipping Now Itrsunicd Ncu the IxiiiRNliorcnicn IIR lictunicd to Work New llvo bun itroil negro froisht liunaicrs to their work today twll of RhlppiiiR from this tho longshornmcn having re turnml to tholr work Atlantic nankero from all sections ot tho country wore present today at tho opening of lift session of the war convention of tho Amarioan Itank In addition to the part Iho bankers will take to liolp win the other financial mattera of inat Iniporlanco will be if the Commercial Satings at Is UtondlnR Import of tho RdnJcors Assofift iicinR acoompanioil by   

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