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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                                XOVKMBKH GERMANS CLAIM HAVING IT CAPTURED MORE ITAUAXS 6UUQIMS MftKEcftPIUBES Bnssian Govtfnnient and Soldiers at loggerheads American Patrol Boat ASK TO INCREASE RATES ON SUGAR Railroads Wont Twenty Per Cent More for Handling Sugar to the By Associated Press rail By I The retirement of the Italians to a shorter line defense is undsr way along a front of 100 The river Piave appears to be the next stopping place of the Italians and the indications are a retire ment to the Sugana valley is con The retreat from the Tagliameiuo river is orderly and the Italian con centration on a new defense line is progressing ail important railway cen ter northwest of is now uom iratcd by British The Canadians yesterday captured Mossclmar ket where dominates The Canadians aloe cap tured a uiimebr of The American patrol the Alberto was torpedoed and sunk in the war zone by a German subma wilh one officer and 20 men roads have applied to Interstate Commerce Commission for authority to increase the rates on sugar in car load lots about twenty per cent from the eastern seaboard and New Or leans to interior FIRE DESTROYS LOUISVILLE HOTEL HE INTEGRITY OF CHINA REAFFIRMED VndersUuidlne The United States nud JIIIKIII in re faid to the Special Interests of By Associated Press and the United States have reached a complete agreement in regard toi China and at the same time arrived at a clear understanding relative to the military economic cooperation in the This agreement was announced by Secretary of who has made public the notes exchang ed with Viscount I solid the special Japanse and formally recording the agreement recognizing that Japan has special interests in but pledging the independ ence and territorial integrity of China and reaffirming the doctrine iof the open door Secretary Lansing said that Vis count on his recent visit clear ed away misunderstandings which if unchecked promised to develop a se rious situation in the far MOKE 1HAX TWELVE THOUSAND DOLLARS FOU A MGNIFICMIT MEETING Washington County Has Set the 1aco SCHMITZ ELECTED TO OFFICE AGAIN BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS IN SESSION TDDAY Rolls Not Yet Iteceived Krom Jackson unil Tux Levy Could Xot Bo in the War Fund The Willard Hotel of Louisville Goes Up in f Rv Associated morning destroyed the Willard linj indicted for Graft in the tfvpos in San lramisco loibnviug KartlHUinkC and Hie one of the landmarks of tin am one fireman ir probably family The loss is estimated at A of guests slightly FOOD CONSERVATION Associated Press Ran iiKr Mayor who was indicted RTHft in lie exposures in 1 has been elected a nvtmher or the A great meeling in the interest of the war fund was held at the Grand Theatre here last The Ruler of Uie Universe seemed to smi on this as the weather was ideal and the people canw from all sections of the county to partici pate in this great Goldstein was called to while Gods blessing was in voked by Tillerry Goldstein briefly stated the purposes of the meeting and tlitn Ierey to ex plain the work of Uie iu tht great world war and the real pur poses for which a great fund is need ed to carry on the work Percy made the duty of our peoplo ai homo 10 provide for boys in tho Irv and The regular monthly meeting of tile Board of Supervisors of Washing ton county was held when the members of the board assembled at the court house for the November Regular routine business was con ducted and tiha monthly bills The matter oi taxes was not taken up at this meeting owing to the fact that the rolls have as been returned firom The sheriffs office is being flood ed daily with letters asking informa tion regarding the amount of their The tax collector is unable to supply the desired information at this but dt is thought the rolls will be returned within the near fu lit which time a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors will bo LARGE NUMBER OF AUTOS REGISTERED High war taxes and the wa cannot stop the pnrelitise of auto mobiles by the people of Washington judicial election yesterday by FUSION TICKET WTXS OVKH SOCIALISTS CHICAGO mm OF NEW YORK Prohibtion Wins in Xew Mexico and Woman Suffrage in York Republicans in By Associated PressJ New re turned to power yesterday in the mayoralty election when John Hy lau and the entire democratic tick et was Tlylans plurality of is tihe largest plurality ever given a mayoralty Wom an suffrage won in the state by a majority that will probably run into the hundred Kuslmi Ticket Won in Fusion ticket won over the Socialist in the according to the record the sheriffs which show thai istered during the m he cantomiienis of our in Ihe camps on liie buttle I This is one of the nilh 11 IS IJtfeil it county board of arcord i ing to the returns received from yes i Krdays greatest I of automobiles ever registered hen and is contributed ID high price which and are being paid ID cotton raised this liiins in Good is officially an nounced that the Italians are with drawing in order from the lag liauiento river toward PLEDGES PERCY j AT YAZOO CITY Hair I he Amevicnn I Will IMcdse Snpiiint to foot serration German Attack that the German attack labt night at Chaiime on the A ei dun was lierlin Kcports Germans Sli turin Germans are continuing their pursuit ol the Hal1 inns and are taking more pnsomis the war office feimiins Claim to He H the Line Kast of Germans on the Flanders front are holdiu line on the eastern edge of Pascben the army iheaclqiiarters anj j The Government of llussia and Sol diers and AYorltinsmens govern ment has decided not to resort to armed for the against the military committee of the Sol diers and Workingmcns but will order the of the The flaummittee yesterday ordered the troops in Petrograd to disobey the governments orders niul bridges connecting the vorkingmens quar ters and the city were Relations between the military au thorities and Ihe committee have been broken By Associated tit million mark has been passed in 1 food conservation pledge cainrni war office an and tbe indications that returns will show that half of i people of the country have to support the ireotrcl liy i l diiied by Senator Took Hie Ooud liy Senator Lelioy Percy was greeted afternoon iu Yaaoo City by tlKir idle in comj Illey can j lean healthful amusenn n j hearts and body may kept Senator lained to j liis hempeople in a heart 10 heart way he spoki of great war in all their i a war in which our country became involvd n spite of all honorable efj iorts lo k ep out of The solemn truth upon which A known as Little Geor fabric of bis uilr v here Unit night on vledge that conditions in Ivi Sunflower so serious that millions Mel ung men may et ie drawn fusion leaders charged the Socialists pleaded for voles on an intiwar Imliihifion in won in New Mexico yesterday by a WAS ARRESTED HERE Kentucky Safely IVmicratic Demo cratic control of the Kentucky lRis latnre was assured by Ihe results of vrsicrdays elect ui in Dtiflicl and th homes draped in lid the man at hole s his dollars and Elect j 1 precincts ye Ihe forces have tnain byilaiiied a of from the ru lie si turns of for 11 then of in cash i proposal of state wide m i IMS dollars aim i Ian immense and he talked wav las lew men can explaining the that purposes ot the war fund irp DEPARTMENT FULL REPORT dopartment complete re the American patrol a converted but little hope felt for the safety of the officer a 20 men who are reported Me was introduced by Senator Sharp Albert of Yazoo a letter lo Secretary Philip David of the war fund campaign com says of Percys Promptly at oclock Ihe cam Ipaigii Williams diiced Percy to the largest etie that I have seen in a long I Tbe theater was was a record they cheered MrWillinms to a finish and repeated it when Percy A Yazoo audience is inclined to a gold watch and chain al Sunj i Sunflower and was niTTTU QUID At i identified by ii negro from Sunflower UU OI1H Ul The watch and ten of the money were found in the possession s a n j of i FLEET RELEASED but this was the warmest rtica le tronis had ben American and only J 1 of this aniornl was allolted to Ihe state of about the smallest allotment to any slate in the STRIKERS TO BE ORDERED BACK ill innke Irip ID Cmier IrcMiibed by Illitril enls Miners Will Work At to Announcement From He hoped raise this that Mississippi Of thisj H amount Washington county has made at I have They warmed I Bossed minimum of anil i ing to the aiinouncunent and finally I that amount at j the district Hie strikl had no doubt ins1 The people Py Associated Press ArriiiiKC ave been practically complot eil for the voyage of the steamer ID Anisurdam on the condition that she will carry tons of torn as a relief to the Belgian and Dutch and to bring refugees from steamer on the return This is i i ho first of Dutch fleet to be re up o ia amou ound themselves interrupting by proj this and he longed Percy made a jt don magnificent everything CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMUNITY bv He talked Then Ihe and said that he would per his organization tomorrow day and that every man bo consider himself thine is going to be a going Attended m iocl Coiv with Impressive Address George of i DEMONSTRATION AT rBitisli Capture City of lirilisb have captured the city of Gaza in Pales The war office annaunces tint the British have advanced for mue The second of tlie scries of coni nniuily dinners being given by Greenville Chamber of was enjoyed at Hotel Cowan at oclock for were and among the now were prominent lanters from i j ferent sections of the llOpnrts All I atbusiness and professional men Rome semiolficiil j A splendid dinner statementsays the Gorman plan has served in failed in regard to Us pnl1 President e iect Strong coufidonce is fell that j Chamber of pyivmed it has lo accomplish its illili1 intrrdutvd Pcviy as nui tary The military situation is well in hand and the jiolitical nation is SECRETARY v IN Secretary trocnvillo Chant in toda Mississippi Rail refiard lo iiiatlers In wlijjili Helta are PrHcliavrt Monday turn tomorrow The blessings of God rius were invoked hy I Senator in Georpe of few lo Ih changes lieins wroiiRht in this oiiochal sta the truths of yesterday arr fallacies of and that keep up with the procession run OVMand trampled under lie then introduced one of the patriots who is siv lime and service to his coun lit niectin wilh tlr fillwilb them of dtir this war James d d a most impressive sires on Illo imiintance tho government dairy through will give a iion in bulter making and cottago i cheese innkiug at High School labo Wednesday afternoon at All persons interested in iiiny phase of Ibis work are urged to I at Tend tbe Those living out ol tbe city arc nspeeialy invited I lie Miss assisted by Miss I will give a demon jstralion in the uses of cottage cheese and other meal This demonstration was put on at llclzoni Saturday and was well Cannon gave this instruction in Moorhead Greenwood and goes from Greenville lo City on We are fortunate to gel Can non at this timet as his engagements in It is honed that he can visit other points ii Washington county later in tbej of Washington county had never been called on in tho performance of a groat duty without responding Ud he wanted bis home county ID set a mark for the din r of Mis sissippi to shoot Senator il will b re mem is chairman of work council of the state and ap pealed to his home people at Ih very of the HI do their full duty in this great And he took the crowd by slornl and the response lo his even beyond his Connn were appointed Ild supplied WT the iu Oi rniiutes more tban been eiibseribed to til is fiiiid and th work iujV ty has yet tlie juidience ir ther sliitiug th ibis to be worth in oilier seciioiis of th audience was then diii with a prayer by th county cominitiee will wori over the A A great work Washington county has s Kansas miner will be orde j back lo their work in the coal in j at PROGRESS MADE j IN OIL FIELD STRIKE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL live ol liiiml Issue to Old 1Sne V Hinnls HJVC SAYS RATES r HIGH ENOUGH the regular Xuvcmher meeting the city held at the city ill last a resolution was isscd whereby the city would 11 bonds in the IMIII fur the purpose of issue of a like amount due on ary which had orruiuliy n d iid of ihe Coiuiubus and Uirmingham In addiiion in the i the hoinl issl Kober Siarling and commissiomis to call a the second in tiie purpose 01 eh given authority il pm EPISCOPAL DAY i AT RED CROSS Coinp of the currency i saleinllet today which declarei the rtilronl to niaintain liie i ihe llo predicted that li Cominerce Commission Kraut Ihe revision iisl ed iitr from taxation weiuhls an1 measur until a later dale ebair tee further to ills vcre bi iMll OTY OURT RAILROAD WANT ASES REOPENED i STANDARDIZED BALE OF COTTON The rolls and friemis ar ed 10 mool Hie new letichers puldic eillliK from S to 10 cclock al Goldstein High who would and liberally of tliis ireal i n impressed Ihe duties the this great war er In Ihe City Ci ronnar Willie iniol wll h a Charles purchasing stolen pi clear showing and was Mayor wilh the 1 llnl he buy ne more i rifine fron irre ties without luveiliia 1 Sullival i bide anylhlng and opf franl in all his I dcli nded by TROOPS GUARDING OIL so while the efforts TO the differences have so far bon counsel ropvesMi lhal t ransportal in and fiiinncial stahilit railroads are by vailing marked the canes before Commlsaion continue Ml lail 01 It Ihe pre reopenin le idviuce Coinmeree Th hearings will veial Xjeded Tie cotton in conference hero 1 wilh Ih railway war board and de cided that a standardized bale of necessary for tho cffil handling of Hi I 10 spwiu vrs declared that Hin shoiUigO ill transportation ailed for Immodlalo action if the mlllRitrMO not to ho de layed in the mi   

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