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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                                BASONSCARNVAL WASHINGTON COUNT the Germans from Quonlin to the on a front of more ban 35 Xo details have been made yet but re it The violent attatlis Tom itave been repulsed by ihe Ital Tnc Italian offensive cast of Information Scandinavian souicc FOR LEVEE MACHINES LAST NISEI FUN0 anil liief mincer Thompson Hi VIM h Bililtlin i Triasmei lie War j sia out of the ell would coordinate in the work the various staffs ami would not at military puwiir in tin 3y Press ItaliAiis have mans in ciieck for th indications arc of a of activity on the esj Specially in Ilandcrs in thevicinity j MiniicreU The AustroGennan forces were driven 1iicl times they attempt ed to take the Italian positions on Josj The fennans are heavily bombardi the Monti tptir ing passchendaele oil Quentin the British VIPIM The French are Jut Were enemy positions official statc sbiitli j mJiit says that tlie Germans in an at The Italians ire holding valiantly I tack last niElit on a Iront of to the positions from Asiago to the kilometre In the Verdun sector pene trated the French advanced positions in a small but were subse v They repelled violent at tacks 011 Asiago Between IJrents and the Piave the jneutly expeHed iri most invaders occupied positions from which the Italians The Tertttou attempts to force the Ital ians from ihe western hank Piare have Kerensky is reported to he inorcli 11 gj toward Petrograd with a new army to oust The ican embassy has asked for a train to remove the who now in Petrograd It is also reported thM there is a split in the Bolshevik British have occupied Jaffa and Turks are retring iiTiiuins Keeping Out of Knnge With the American Army in Artillery fighting and patrol activities continue on the American Tliere lias hetn no iafaatry the past lew tho Germans not coming near the American Diverting Troopi From Rus sian rom several sources indicate a heavy transfer of German troops from the Russian Only apart of these apiiear to beroing to Italy and a ulnw by Von llinclenburg at some other point as the result of this di version of troops may possibly bo litrlin Makes Ko Claims of war office announcesthat strong Italian counter attacks on the northem slope of Monte Tomb a were The heavy fighting ac cording to Hie American Destroyer Channcey In i Amer ican was sunk a collision in war zone yester with the probably of twen ty the navy department an The Chauneey vwas of the h depth of frnm four o fiv war office line of tlie BapnumeCaiiibrni The British took the first oli itofenses between Queiitin and the rier by Th tanks and infantry ana on to capj troupe of traiu ture the second line dumisra monkeys ami h rVLV a midway thrilling act in which tc ons and fearless girl irain there is a program funny educated which fox tiOi and cut a sented a lion to crs app a never eliding sourer of deiisit to the little The idol of Ynmig His The it Is known that Hindenbiirgs BUI port line is i mile The attack began yesterday by third army under the command of U on and Baby tho cult performing iulds much i the pleasure of this singular Lieutenant General SiiJulian but withoul artillery The Germans WISTC taken complete ly by The Britishiliave captured Heau Lameaii Welsh llidgo and and sev eral thousaTid Operations are continuing from Queiitin to the a distance of 32 The drive covers a part of last years Soinme The Brit ish center is now nearly opposite an important German base and railway and for the mo ment gives the appearance of the most ambitious undertaking of the British since the creation of the new and gives power to strilie ef Tile British also fought their way to Oouillit Wood and captured the of Bainicourt anl Marcoins and Emperor Will Rus sian IniiiCfial old type of boat of 420 William has informed the Soldiers jffld Workmens deputies thai he wili Gabrielle Do Animnzio Tosi for peace only with thelegal j has of the Imperial Governbeard in nine days of lies ment or a constituent acl the Italian poet and novel cording to theP2lrograd It is feared he has fallen into j hands of ttoe according to Italians an Offensive on dispatches to the Asiago war voffice announces that the Italians have be gun an offensive on the Asia30 pla and ihavo occupied the advanced Itiilin Satisfieil To Bcporl Xu Cluin Kalian war office announces the situation on the Ital ian front is elements of the and fur the attempts of Teutons to cross November Missing American Boat Five Men missinfj oat of the American wMch ha was torpedoed on just landed at a the Piave have been West in the admiralty has an of the Piave and south of and contained five great the AnstroGermansI who are the only survivors of the attacking the lloiifenra the Monte Tomba HciIin Makes war office liunounces that Quevo and Monte Cornells on the Italian front have talren by and the Italians from Monte General Itritish Is Gonera the British commander in is dead after a brief Artillery FiglMiiiR of tlie Heavy artillery fighting on the Vvrdun east of the is officially Artillery Ki lilirif Intense on eiii Army hcadquai ters announces that artillery fight of great intensity is going on in end of Ihe western front nrjginal crew of Serious in Berlin on Sumlay Serious rioting occurred in Berlin according to dispatches by wireless to the Ex Change Ttelegraps from Amster The message to the Exchange Telegraph1 says ttiat the fighting be tween the mobs and police was the police using The cas tvalty list is Kiotinpc at A riot oc curred recently in this internment at where members of the Polish the nucleus of the Polish army in the new AustroGer mau protectorate were sent because they refused to take dual oath Of Kalidines llcpoitod Miiiiliing ii Pel ingrad Swed ish press reports received at the State Department say that with an army of Cossacks is moving to wartl Fetrogrml Short The Witching very latest mechanical Tun invent ed by the famous show KB who pcrKonally directed the intricate mechaniBin of this mirthprovoking is on This attraction is absolutely brand but it will be the talk of the town ere the curtain has dropped on liho wek of jollity and Not only is The Witching stsn satioually but it is one of the most handsome shov properties in America and nothing quit so elab orate ever been for port able1 Schlmn Solomon flowen Miss Carrie flowin Storno Jesse Knox Roy Rosella Dean Longwood Hampton Cheek Lolaud Aropla A Russell Miller and Crouch Witt Fisher Cotton and Wheat Rest Haven Wiggins i any relict a brand new is j lew another According in re port the new electrical show moiri stupendous than was The ills cost Johnny to but will pjove to be one of the big gest drawing cards of Ihe KipOfilion The Fighting Navtos of the World ia typified in a new KShibit of this which consists of work ing models of various typos of war vessels and complete in every A demonstration uf ac tual warfare is made and the tive points in the Initcd de fensive system Cart charge of Navies of tho is a fnrnier naval and is Itiindling a Hailph IligllCy Waldauer Wiimot Morris tloldstcin Seay Owen John Antill Sam Casey John Rager l pro by wnr ovpn moro inipera r h s I as to irsrni in view of this II is iissunifd that appro icns wll IIP forthcoming aniiti rdpil miitisiireri are d at i ii difficult to see a largo purl ihe next appropria tion to go into contracts athigh IriciS aa an are wo to construction work next for a while machines arc being built Tho Commission is already in a general the many im provements entering into the new de sign of tho tower There is nothing of an experimental nature Every change that has been mnito is nn obvious improve finding to increased efficiency uf with only a moderate increase in firsl cost The duo to such company is prepared niak a quotalion on or three of these the quoted being good only for practically immdiato Objection has boon made to buying machines in the present condition of rcy IhiTuTefood suVpiyl in readiness last but in Fetrograd reaching Toruga from Pt trograd say that the indications oti a revulsion of feeling against the Bolshcviki is setting Berlin official com munication says tho German reserves havejcheoked tho British in their rear positions after ground had Ireen gain ed by the with the loss of Baincourt moaiently established been the per it has British in Palestine Within Five Miles Of The war office announces that the British in Pales tine are now occupying advanced po sitions within r miles of Pris from ihe coast to the Vpres The Italians are in possession of but the security e Piave Itoa on the out cwGo of the lcsperate battle whicb in in progress between the Piave and Bnshta where the Anstrn are attacking heavily the advanced positions against a stout by the The AngloFrench reinforcements have reached fjghting Around Asiago the Teuton havo been On the western front tho infantry House Bliss to AtUnil InterAllied Bonar Law j said in tho House of Commons that j i the British had lion officially that President Wilson bad sent cablegram asking and General Bliss to attend tho first mfieting of the interallied war Holism was repre sented at the opening meeting by his liritisli Captured A ir dis the British says that uhe number of German pris oners taken thus far in the big drive I or yesterday and today reaches THE REAL GAME Ucporlfii That COSMXU in Control of disuatches the State nopartnicnt say passengers arriving on the Swedish frontier from Russia dc clavod tho Cossack ctivity is The British i is in control of have madra a slifchl advance narUi Tho Rtocfcbolm mossagc of Tim French lhat Pelrosrad is now at the of Pi made upprecinblo advacccs of north and cast of urtlllieTy continues to I Do Safe nml boocHvo Anxprlcan I official Dolshcviki is lioldins the upper I dispatch from Home hand In Moscow and other I dc rcportc to bo miss largo It ia reported that tho j is actually at the front display food problem is pressing is cans ing great iiiB a ccssoHon of political nctivlllnaj for tho the Italians hobliniv HIP Alts David answorin his iroGarmaiiR from vlUcsi In Ihn Hnttso of Commons wl tho iPiiPrnllIntR allied wnr ricd out J fjcncvn to cnr Keinomber Uo big game of fuel here Thanksgiving Day hslwcon Greenville High School and Greenville Military The annual Thanksgiving game the two premier teams of the mid the no doubt in their clast in the AMERICAN OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYES order when Miss original lady nJotorcycle will thrills on the i rpendiiular track at the wliich is of tho most dangerous of these cases of death ever Tin demons Has in the performance during whirtri antnnif hiles of power are used in addi tion to thx rating Jones has had constructed the most expensive in It is magnificent in design gorgeous in coloring and electric or namentation and massive in Tho KM 1lirris Wheel is also with special and is the highest pleasure dnvice n the Johnny Jones world of hvvnc wonders eNhibit a of curiosit s without an equal in Da kota Maxs Wild with twentyfive western riniRh cowboy band and even liuh class IIII7 has selected Tor tlio read owing to the success ihH show aclfieved in last Johnny Londnn ihost Shiny is most in Tho Crystal Tanglfl is an other laugh and Johnny Jones Haunted is r UPW but The Whip is th most exhilarating sensation on the Midway of the Alabama Blos som is still on The Exposition is ploying uivdcr thQ of tlio ami will continue all In MiAlco of ho Smelt inn iiihnahiui Onlcicil ti Stop Op crnl flly Associated 1rcs El ninls and employes of Smollini company or dered to sTop opiratious and come to bnrdcr In await diivplopnmiils in This order was OK a Morris Adams I Anderson Lelaml Mount K by 1lardie Crawford Thompson Lore H Hill Jones 11 aril in i Ihe metal Such au objection will not bear analysis in the fact of present and team pitces and the or lack nf may be expected under Tlie rrico now on the new machines is about double what the price would be in normal But allowing chine a life of six and it would lie good for much longer than the excess dusi to increased cost of labor and would figure less than 2c per cubic yard on what j it may reasonably ho expected to it is not proposed to discuss the i nn thuds of operating such to or oth i as details of minor im As to any once secured might island idiv later through Ihe failure i ef any Commission is reminded that in a every 1iotive of self in the would that funds be raised i once to It is realized ihut Ibe unexpended 1 babiine ni iiuils for his district is LO mich with in this direction but the writer is author ised by this Beard in state that In tlw Commission views he matter 1 favorably of ordering say at least two of those machines for this dis payment for machines to be contingent upon further appropria tions by such additional as surance as manufacturer may re in order to be at no risk of having the machines left on i will made by tho we i irc wilHnK IKSS arrangement as to the or even of anticipating the One of the most important bus next Flood Bill asmay ness meetings held in this city for the be thought necessary or advisable ny year was held in the offices of Blum to take advantageof LOCAL INTEREST FOR A LOCAL COMPRESS Cotton Cotton PMntiTs t fra u a Goldstein consider th Tuesday the present opportunity if it is so Only sound business prin ciples are involved n vcry aspect of c this proposition and would seem to assume that wav to apply tliern under circnmstan this K MASKED BANDITS ROB A JEWELRY STORE as is Dol COTTON GINNED A Minneapolis Jewelry Store Kobboil i of Worth of I Three I masked bandits held up the clerks in a jewelry store and vsoaped dia monds and other jewelry valued at UP TO 14 Tim dinners lTioit Toilny Hulls ilnnid Shows Ip tn Census Bureau announced Ihut IO running bales of ration were Kiuniid priorto November 11 Ar ginning and Missis in cotton ijy all anil tho custom with Greenville and ta business afier deciding liial tho coniijiress is needed they ed to plans to secure what is u Capital stock sufficient to an uptodate Compress Mibsoribcd on the Chairman to a represen tative of The DemocratTlnirts said Recognising tlie itcr aj this compress in GrceWille conducted i the of factors and buyers of Greenville and Green villes trade men representing those allied cotton ests met and decided at bnco and construct uptodate cotton com press to be operated for the of thn pro and handlers of this section The plant considered will bf In every way adequate to the pri mary inrposc of those Intorostoil in this ontorprlsn to give prompt nml efficient firvlco In the cntnn and BUCK COMPLETES WORK IN CHICAGO time keeper the M district hut who was called to tihe Chicago office for special work several wnoks hav ing completed his work in is hack in will KO to visit Irlenils in Louisiana while taking u vacation of a few weeks benre re turning to his work   

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