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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Greenville, Mississippi                                IWUHUAUY lua FATAL SHOOTING A TENANT OF UNGMN NO TBOUBliH NOW HXOSPT MATTHB OJKSPAHATION THE INCIDENT NOW CLOSED Xho of Airirlcivu Navnl cer 1V Jnpaneso Sentry at Vlndl vostok Now ON IN CHICAGO THE TENANTS TO RESIST INJUNCTION SUIT ORGANIZED LABOR IN FEDERAL COURT AT WASHINGTON SUIT AGAINST SOUTHKRX PINK ASSOCIATION BEIIIKSENTATIVKS OF HUN AND NINK UNIONS BIG ORGANIZATION IS ON SHERMAN ACi V10LATED GREAT LABOR GATHERING i Judges to 0 Urged to PlaceEvtctlon Cases at of Cnlcndnr by I i inci dentof the latal shooting of W H American naval ofij by a Japanese sentryat Vlasilvos ast is regarded offi ciala hero as definitely closed except for tie matter as the lesult of tlie action of the Japanese government punishing thosc responsi ble tor the tragedy and its expressions of regret in Japans reply to the American iiuieUg The American embassy at Tokio reported the receipt of the Japanese reply The ad vise the state department thc action of the Japanese authorities1 was prompt and Russian Bolaheyicki Against Japanese Bolslievikl Concentrating Forces in Eastern End of Siberia Indicates Sueks to Restrain tho ganization From or Suggestion of Itoduc ho Purpose of Meeting Is To Org ktosU Mlel the Attacks on the Un ion Ny The Associateil Press tenant strike organized by the Chicago Ten Protective Association was launched today and campaign meet ings are planned for all sections of the to enlist the assistance of tenants In a refusal to pay increased Thc leaders of the movement said tho striikng tenants had been en couraged to refuse either to move or pay exorbitant the munic ipal judges will be urged Ho place eviction cases at the bottom their court calendars which Xvill result in delaying theirtrials until next LeslieJudge In Business Trouble Involuntary Bankruptcy Filed in Federal Court by Creditors uf LeslieJudge IDT AMOsUted operations by Russian Bolshoviki against the Japan ese forces in Is believed to be foreshadowed by the concentration of Soviet troops in the eastern end of the Fifty thousand Bolster vlkl soldiers were reported In Chita with more Did you get anything the in stallment Joe Yes I got my Household that way Fir t I sot my men I eot Her inollier anil antl now Im getting her Droll er ami President Wilson True To Record New involun ary bankruptcy petition was filed in tcdaral court today against the Leslie Judge a publishing corpor on behalf of three creditors with claims totalling more than Five Safes Blown and Jewelry Taken Entrance lo Offices of Miifrnus Blown Open and Worth of Ijbot lily Tlie Associated Ircss govern ment today filed injunction proceed ings in federal court against the Southern Pine Associa 61 corporations and 69 individ in an ettort to end an alleged conspiracy to curtail the supply increase price of yellow plin lum Tho suit charges violation ot th Sherman antitrust law by the asso ciation and asks a preliminary injunc tion to restrain thiS organization from recommending or suggesting the cur tailment or restriction ot or nieasures ot acts tending to result iu such curtailment or March 15th was set as tho date for tiearing thepetition for Two Aviators Were Killed Early Today Young Men On Practice Fligh From Army Aviation Field Wer Near By The Associated Press Lee Al Ion ot and Virgl of aria tion were killed when th plane In which they werc on a prac tice flight from the army aviation ells the Hanart Wilson Club That Ho Will Bond His Efforts to the Lnst for Ily Tne Associated Press safes were blown open and loot which may total was taken by four robbers who gained an entrance to the offices John Magnus earlj M TUG AssoelaTca addressing a delegation from hc Harvard Woodrow Wilson at the White de Alared he would bend his efforts to the ast in supporting the cause of the worlds thy Tlie AsijLiui2il Press J atlvcs of 109 national and ititorna ioual unions affiliated with lit American Federation of me lere today for the purpose of organ to tlio attacks on Ihe unio labor The first bnsines was the presentation of a bill rights and recommendations for abor framed the exe live council while not mad is understood to provide to campaign to combat untinnlon wage compulsory labor and upon shop KEARNEY WOJiKttiGHHJTS CLUBS Eat Mississippi Honey Week In April Wlllson of IsJppi College Una DesiBunted the AVek of April 11 as Mississippi Honey WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY iin Clubs Anniversary Proved u Splcmlid Climax to tho Washington Day Washingtons birthday anniversary was more fittingly celebrated in arLoavill0 in this year of 11 21 than ever in tho citys With thf postoTfice iiutl cotton cxchangt1 closed with splendid military drill on tho main streets by the cadets of the Grecnvlllu tUUUary Acudoiny and Uu well ar ranged Diy in Clean Up Campaign Making Progress Keep rliQ Work Up and Dont Ask the City lo Do It field at San fell near here Engine Troubles Stop Coney Started From San o Fly to Atlantic Stopped at William who left San Diego last night on an attempted flight to the Atlantic Asa Help Taxpayers It may bo of interest to many of your readers to know as in for mer tho government is doing everything possible to assist taxpayers In making their incometax returns accordingly Revenue Agent Percy be in Greenville at the court housn on March 1 and only to corporations and partnerships In making their From 28 to March I will bo at the courthouse to assist Indi viduals Only in making thoir Taxpayers may make payment direct to me if they so Air persons with a net income of Newspaper Editors Given Ultimatum Irish Republican Army Notifies papers in Dublin to Not Publish Certain xiiv5 on Pain of Tlie Press edit ors of Dublin have been notified by iSi lUpiiblican army that the publication of certain prohibited de tails of the execution of Sinn Feiners hy the crown forces will be punished with What Should the Chamber Commerce Do If You Have a Suggestion Make It To Tho Directors Many congratulations nrfi lioing re ceived hy the committee on tho Clean up and City on the splendid bchis matJo in tin1 removal of as ivnl an tlie prep arations for tho iiluijting of Tho cojnrhittoe is much by the reporta they are getting troni thc cltizoua and by tho improved appear fluCB of Rome of the preniboa As haa been said this cam cannot be put through fully i without tho complete and lieartyr cooppratlon of all onr Donot wait or the city to come along and grado off your banquet for just because you think it is the d of the city to do If everybody feels that way it simply moans that much more expanse ho city increase in tho The city overloaded now and is doing Its very to help get things in but every resident would do his share it would and un tin eniGiu L i vy i ni Coait was forced to rarth by or If or trouble af BrohtcV early I if must make a return whoth according to a report received at Love Here is jour opportunity to tell what the Chamber ot Commerce nhould Blanks have been mallrd to memberg which to riUecl with suggestions and returned to Sec They will bc classi fied immediately and then turned over to the committees having the The make surprising how t wo can transform the present appearance of Josephs Church on Shelby street was one of thc roughest looking banquets in the Father Kenny put a man at work in leveling it off with a shovel and grading it and ho finished the job he public the clay was ap prniVrialcly ivitli tho bril liant climax coming evening when Democratic born on February celebrated its tenth anniversary along with tho anniversary of Ue birth of tlie Father of His Washington countys hi commodious and comfortable court housis was the scene of the celebration and every seat in Ihe court room and within the bar railing was occupied before eight oclock and all the chairs aliouL the court house brought to the court room and placed In the aisles to thc throng of splendid women and men by the interesting pro gram for tile Tho club itas called to order by Us capable niul Lcrrls In a most appropriate Anrt eloftuent prayer Invoked Gods blessings upon the meeting the principal speaker ol the Miss ot who isfls lo dlscnas World The Ringing of led li with Miss Mary Walker President Hamblen then spok briefly of the Clubs organization am of ten yearn giving cliie credit for Its organization and its compHsliments to Judg Ho then spoke Miss Kearney and Madison county tho county producing so many einin Agricultural Msssslupi Honey Week will be file week from April to April as announced by bee nnd honey specialist of the Mississippi Extension Although the time is six weeks distant as view ed by Willson and in this It is not too early to give a preliminary to the pub The purpose is tAk some meth id of acquainting iho people of Mis sissippi with opportunity present ed to them of enjoying natures owni most perfect and mans most palata and wholesome sub exlract from Pomonas treas ure through the agency and ac tivities of Her Majesty Queen Plans for suitable and practical ob of fiat Mississippi Honey Week are being the na ot which will lie given extended circulation through the county agri cultural nnd home demonstration Miss TOsther food will collaborate with Wtllson in devising a suggestive pro featured by displays ot home developed and by specal arti cles showing the ndvsinluKes of honey as a wholesome table and confection There is a decided realization of opportunities In bee culture through lit Mississippi and the home demon tratlon anil community club circles reshowing a wholesome Interest ID 10 in than H day for a distance of a halt from Main street to tho This will be planted solid in All thc build in tho same a Telc iiig bo handled including thc Klkg Army Appropriation Bill Approved ninto Military Army Appvoprinlion 11111 For Army of Hy Tlie Associated Tressl appropriation bill as bv subconinilttoe to provide for an av erage regular army of inn was approved today by tht military committee and reported to tho A WOODEN WEDDING Field Prize Contest In Patriotism hBy pay any Deputy Ballots for Election Ready The prizes offered by the National Order of Colonial Dnmes will bo To lie Elected awarded on Friday at Central School and at 3 at the negro high school on Nelson The programs promise to be very well worth listening All are In to either or Starling will award tho v A Splendid Letter From Jacobs Select Your Nominees for the Election to Bo Held February Ballots for the election of six city directors of the Washington County I mailed out to all city A bay box has placed iu t j rooms ihc Chamber f inprce and Irani Ibe way too ballos coming in It wouln appear that re Is a interest taken In the These for tho of Mississippis Indus primary In which the nomlnat3nd trial Training School Wrloj oj Hia will director are to be Recent Visit to j On Thuridav ibe pri The lettegiven beow was received marr election will opon the by the President of the Greenville ballots and certify iho namos of the Civic Improvement under whose twelve parsons rocalving the auspices Jacobs vLfitci3 Greenj number of Thc public Is In ville and tallied tp our people about vited to be prsient On Friday bul subjectjeterred to in committees will Investigate and their reports and recommendations to the Board of Directors who will take the needed Tho following is a copy ot the blank sentout MEMORANDUM FOR THE PROGRAM OF WORK Tell What You Think the Chamber of Commercc Should Writoit Down as a citizen do you be lievo the Chamber of Commerce should do first for the gqod of Green ville and Washington County in your is thing of first importance that should be undertaken by the Chamber of Commerce for tho improvement of op portunities In your business plume the Levee the City the Post ana many private The following letter shows the spirit of the Central School Girls Herbert Dear Sir The girls of Central School have recently organized a Girls Camp Fire with the definite purpose of assisting the Oily Beauti ful We hereby offer our assistance to you and hope that you will give us some definite work to TUB CAMP FIRE Gladys Royal Constabulary Killed By Civilians wo Killed and On Wounded Constables Were Almost nt CnsMe Date Namo tho Mississippi Industrial Training School v My Worthington lots will be naaiii l nil men hers fai tho tj tafce place Monday Febr VMh six highest will be to mit me to express to you again my thanksand hearty appreciation for the visit to your splendid city and speaking on miy I believe we sowed good seed and that we shall live to see that the more set on foot by your splendid club result In the solution of the boy problem in your ft was a joy to me to visit Green to meet her splendid to enjoy their It was an In spiration to me beyond description to serve a ot twa years and PerI one for a period t ine Satisfied But I amgoing to many him in spite of your so we may as But ho only earns a week isnt that exactly how much papa allows me now Dont worry mamma I can get along on Richmond Peoples Orchestra To Feature Latest Hits Popular Orfnni7jvIion o Be Featurp in Jazzlnnds McIortiBs French Destroyers On Black Sea Coast Bolshevik Heavily From FlrC From French Warships Soviet Army Disavows Marching Against TJie Tues day French destroyers cruising see the Interest your good people have along tho eastern coast of tho Black In my If at aay time in the 1 Sea have been engaged with Soviet future I can be of service to your club or your I want you to feel absolutely free to cbm rrmnri With evory good wish for con sM iied success of the Greenville Civic rnprovfment I Moat forces at The Bolsheviki arc reported to have lost heavily from the fire from the French Dispatches received here say the advance ot the Eleventh Soviet army ajainst Tiflls was disavowed by the Moscow Titlia is appar ently still In thehands of the Geor Director of thc Peoples Thca re announces that melo dies from late song hits an a selection from lhc musical will be featured in the prr grain by the augmented orchestra a tbe theatre tomorrow an Manager of the prom iats one of the best features of th season in the popular Mahlo Hamilton leading an excellent com pany In Tha Truant I the entertainment an a whol will prove an Interesting one for th lovers ot music and the silent drama The orchestra bas received a larg number of the latest hits this and as Itia ImposaJblj to render dnrlngthe short time allotted to tb theywill play favorite If a request left at Cut men and women of the In eluding the great jurists and states men Campbell and Ca and the distinguished guest o the Miss M Hamblen then presented Judge Mo fett who In n beautiful talk ot fiv minutes Introduced Miss Kearney as tho distinguished daughter ot the South from MadlisOn known and honored for her magnificent character and great forco In the moral reconstruction work of be not only her native but in every state of our nation not only throughout the na but throughout tho Miss Kearney expressed her appre ciation for the generous welcome ac corded her by the club and thc plendld people of Greenville and es pecially for words ot introduction by Hamblen and And then in distinct tones and clear and Impressive words she told ot the crashing of kingdoms and empires and the establishment of re publics In Europe tho conditions bringing about thesc upheavals that dethroned autocrats and placed in au thority the groat maanes ot peo held up tho United States real wooden werhlinir took place in List week when the rncOahos nuptials wevo Hero Is Hie of The Tno Tlie best Tlie Lee Tlie ceremony was iierformed by Osenr Wood ot Tlie bride andgroom left on tlu midnight train tor to spoml a wccK with IIio glooms Cincinnati T rny The Assoclaiwl Pressl members f the Royal IrJnh Constabulary were hot today by civilians almost the aatle Two were killed and ie other was wounded Workingmens Demo cratic CtuM 911 19 21 Ilss n Distinguished DauRhter of the Will Deliver tho Principal The 10th anniversary the above lamed club will bo observed tonight it the Court House at 8 The irlncipal feature of occasion will e the lecture byMiss Belle if Madison Her lubject will bo World neconstruc The Clarksdale Ecgister of yesterday says o her address there on Sunday thc following She spoke for nearly an hour in a manner so earnest and convincing and with an address so full of interesting and Important that it seemed hardly halt that The program is America Short Opening as the nation the world tho declaration of independence as tho first declaration for the freedom of the worlds people and tho conslitu tlon as tho of representative government with tho people aa the With a vast knowledge of conditions In Europe and gained notjpnly from by hy persona experiences and she held the perfect at tention of the vast crowd for t hour with never a moment of lagging in When she spoke of the splendit The Movies in the Back Country When residents in some of Mississippi attend a motion picture show they carry quilts with them to darken This unitiua form of cooperation is employed in tlie exhibitions of mAiloii pictures fur nished by United States Depart ment of Through the coopiration of a bank at films ar0 sent out by motor truck which carries its own power The pictures arc shown in nany communities that have never seen a film and as buildings not generally adapted to daytime lie announcement carries quest that at each exhibition cen er a committee be formed to assure sufficient qnilta to be used for cur The circular also takes into ac count the unimproved roads of many of thc backcountry communities and carries a warning that if rains eet the roads in such shape that we can not get to you on the date ire will try to Thrv showB n schedule for get rtnv to you Is the regular in lentcn service which offers nia and then of our own Un Opportunity for tho attendance of Rending Communications and In World Miss Belle Exercises will commence at and those who desire to avail themselves of the pleasant op portunltyof hearing this ed daughter of the should be on hand promptly at the hour named A MOFFETT of Woodrow Wilsonat Ver his constructive work in the creation of ths League of Nations am Its covenant and the unjust criticism heaped upon our noble President by the Republican leaders and some call Ing themselves she was given prolonged Miss Kearney in discussing the low ebb to which tho world had fallen In called a spade a spade and of the statements of the immor al conditions Armei United States and our own were eye even to those who have attempted to keep in touch with world In the World Miss Kearney gives as the great mor al forces necessary for success throughout the world woman suffrage and women In the halls of legislatures and in law enforcement positions hy an equal standard of morals for mon and women in law society And then the adoption of tho League of Nations Covenant by the United thus Insuring the future of the irorld and the stabiliza of the new of Europe To the Members Of James The special service under the as plces ot thc Mens Church Club be held this week upon Friday evpn ng at nstead ot on Thursday as last wceWr The mens as sisted by men from other choirs In the city will have charge of the It is the duty of our to par ticipate in this service as it is the only he men and school children of the family as well as thc There s no reason why the members of oth er congregations should not be invit ed to attend as this service conflicts with no PHILIP Rector of tho worlds businoaJ Inter ivUss Kearney spoke for an hour or but held tho audience In the tensest interest throiffrhoul brr eloquent and Impressive did not refer to her candidncy for Senator to succeed Senator but impressed those who heard onosreat i ble of filling with honnr nvl position of United   

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