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Daily Fayetteville Democrat (Newspaper) - August 11, 1915, Fayetteville, Arkansas DAILY FAYETTEVILLE DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 21, NUMBER 235. FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. PRICE 35 CENTS A MONTH. BULGARIA LIKELY TO VOTE FOR WAR BY WEEK'S iIs Reported That Serbia Will' i Slake Important Concessions i Demanded. I By 'itcd Press. SOFIA, Aug. cn- trance in die war looms larger todav of I However, Petrograd Dispatches j it mi. j. j ttccorumg w n nutv i.v j Say That Slav Retreat Will igign offices and Be Orderly. these concessions Bulgaria is to 'a force against Constantinople. Rep SLAVS IN FULL RETREAT irefentetives of llle A1Iies think lhilt _______ both Greece and Serbia will join the GOV'T. AGENTS TO MAKE FIELD TALKS C, W. Watson and B. Mercicr to be in Washington Count} On August 18th. Allies, although the Germans are con tinuing diplomatic and press propa Carranza Warns State Depart- ment and Pan-Anscrican Con- ferees to Keep "Hands Off" of .Mexico; Troopers Clash With Mexican Raiders on Border. EASTLAND OWNERS IWnifTrn DV HTDV JVA1 Berlin Reports Russians in Retreat I Along Entire Line; Kaiser Fear- iganda and apparently hold a hand yet. By United Press. LAREDO, Aug. third batlallion, 9th Infantry U. S. A., is for Browns- i By United Press. j CHICAGO, Aug. 'and officers of the Eastlam! "Aeie in- dicted today by a state grand jury on U. S. DemonstMlion Agent for Ark-j C, W. Wuisoii mid C. Mi'viei, j j government agricultural agent from Washington, will be in I County on the Ifith of this nu.jith on I which day they will hold meeting- in j demonstration fields nn farms be- i longing to Muck Morton, Dan and II. C. I'ortei. A meeting will nl- MEAT so be held at Prairie Grove. TUcst- Permanenl Suspension of Rate Advances of Western Rail- roads Ordered. meetings will be belli in the field.', where practical demonstrations muy be had and nil farmers of the county By United Press. WOMEN MAY BUILD ROAD, leaving this afternoon PETROGRAD, Aug. PHOENIX, Ariz., Aug. men ville county under rush orders from IS NAMED chaiges of manslaughter and criminal I aro U1.ged to uUm, u mcvtinf, ,a om; negligence. of these Topk.s corn culture will be, discussed. may be evacuated by the Russians be- 1 haven't got "gumption" enough to General Funston. This is the second j fore the end of the week, military ex- J mend the seven-mile stretch of high- j regiment forwarded to this vicinity. perts here say, but they consider the general situation at the front as being____ satisfactory. The teutons have been j intend to don overalls and sunbonnets military leaders heie today and it was way between Higley and WASHINGTON, Aug. Secre- suburbs of Phoenix, 400 clubwomen j tary of War Garrison conferred with hurled back repeatedly by the Rus- sians by desperate heroism after the shells had torn gaps in Kovno forts. If the Russians evacuate they will likely make an orderly retreat. Slavs in Retreat. and do the work themselves. This was made plain when the mem- i ue issued at [learned today that orders will likely any time increasing the bers of the Civic club of j forces of United States troops pa- Chandler and the Linger Longer Club trolling the border. Secretary Ga of Higley announced that they were son said today that there are three weary of waiting for the men to transenrts at Galveston and one at BERLIN, Aug. entire tackle the task nf repairing the road- Kussian line from Lomza on the south i to Novogersievsk is in full retreat, awarding to official reports here. The Germans have captured a fortress east of Novogersievsk. Violent Attack. PARIS, Aug. Germans have hurled against the half a French million shells works around Vienne Lechteau in an assault that is so terrible that the forest in that vi- cinity has been denuded. The official statement says that the French have maintained their postions despite the violence of the German assaults. Feared Bombs. AMSTERDAM, Aug.- was learned today that the Kaiser did not enter Warsaw because it was reported way. They secured a flock of mules, many road implements, and began the difficult task'of transforming a rough trail into a gleaming boulevard and when they are convinced that the men are mere triflers they promise to have the signal given, go to work, and put the males to the blush of shame. CALLED FROM DANCE Tft RATTI P of state Lansing advising IV imi lllljH.ni> fn New York ready for call. It is as- sumed that they are being held for or- ders to Mexico. The Navy Department won't an- nounce the! destination of the New Hampshire and Louisiana, U. S. war- ships, until their destination is reach- ed. It is understood that Admiral Caperton, now in charge of the situa- tion at Haiti, has been ordered to be ready to rush to the aid of ships in Mexican waters. Carranza has directed a note to [him not to meddle in Mexican affairs. AS COMMISSIONER At a special meeting of the City Council this morning J. B. Scott was appointed as one of the commission- ers for the West Mountain Improve- ment District No. 1 to succeed C. A. Pearson, who did not qualify. The other commissioners are Bruce Hoi- comb and E. L. Nettleship. NEW HOSPITAL. PENSACOLA, Fla., Aug. hospital of the Sisters of Charity, now nearly completed, will begin to receive patients during the coming week. ROGERS EVAPORATING CONCERN INCORPORATED LITTLE ROCK, Aug. Ar- kansas Fruit Evaporating Company of Rogers has been chartered with a capital stock of of which 000 has been subscribed. The incor- porators are M. G. Glymer president, Martin R. Thompson vice president, will be conducted in one of the build- ings of the College of Agriculture at the University. While here the boys will bi- the guests of the Business Men's Club and will be entertained in local homes. Frank Barr, manager of the Lyric Theatre, has announced that he will admit the members of the clubn to the Lyric Moving Picture Show free of charge on the "Cth. By United Press. LONDON, Aug. a battle ov- i er the east coast of England last night and early this morning between Zep- The Mexican chieftan also advises the E. H. Thomas secretary, and i Pan-American conferees at New York jTeasdale treasurer, [that they had better keep out of Mexi- j A. S. that bombs had been placed Tinder public buildings and Russian spies pelins and British aeroplanes fourteen planned to take his life. can affahs. In a message to the de-1 SEVEN reels, Lyric tonight. CHILD HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Lee Holt, four years old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Holt, East Rock Street, barely escaped death by elec- trocution Wednesday morning shortly before noon when in the playful way of a child he grasped a seemingly partment, Consul Silliman says thatlpected and known raiders. Carranza issued a note deploring I Jt is reported thai Mexicans at Ma- anti-American demonstrations in Mex- tamuras intend to attack Brownsville people were killed and twelve injured jico. Vcra Ciuz and Mexico City are jf there is an American occupation of Vera Cruz. Posses are out in all by projectiles dropped from the Zep- now quiet. pelins. But little property damage Near Brownsville, reetions. Two Mexicans have been was done by incendiary fires started' BROWNSVILLE, Aug. ll.-Fuller! killed near Sebastian. by the mvadm? Zeppelins. British repoHs. of kmimt nf TJ. g. j pm KATES RKJH'CEU oinmiwiisn Holds Advance
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