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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi TBB ROUMANIANS REPULSK ALL TEUTONIC ATTACKS mm BEPOBIS lira I The Eighth army is largely1 eom posed of In the critical po sitions the Germans are making ef fort to effect their capture and from the present indications it looks as 15 the Eighth army would be auight in a ft Uio Hew Offensive of the British ana French Tlieir Objectives Trendies En July British in conjunction with the French attacked the Ger man along a wide front north of tlhe river The allied according to the official have captured the first objectives on the whole front it is reported are making satis fcctory progress at all The French and British have al ready captused a njimber of prison Between Dixumbe and the Ber first line trenches which were LaBasseville recently iirere relinquished to The Berlin Heport From Austrian Army July Ber lin Tageblatts correspondent at the Austrian army reports that a number of cannon have been captured by the Germans in the Rus sian Seventy Austrians took nearly 200 More Hopeful Report July from the headquarters of the Russian Seventh say the is more hopeful The panic among the retreaters has been suppressed by ruthless the divisions of cavalry taking across the whole front of the while the deserters are shot and attempts to spread the panic suppressed byHhe prompt execution of the the spies and the who lie dead 011 highway with papers on the corpss here lies a traitor to his Entente Forces on British Front in July entente forces are on the of fensive this morning andin many places reached the second line de fenses of the Germans on a 20 mile According to early reports the early situation is satisfactory io the British in every Fiemh Make Successful July f rench forces last night made successful attacks against German positions on a front of 1nOO yardsat LaRoisere and west or Pine de Chevregny on the Aisne the war office announc ed this The German counter attacks were FIltST SHIIMliNT tXHiM HUE DISPLAY OF GARMENTS DEATH DEALT BY GREAT ilE STATKS AM BAST AFFKCTKD QEftB IN OHiCAGQ Different Places in County Itcpresiiitcd at Ihr Display AWemled the vvi Hinil in Willie Several The Red Cross Work Room at the f Elysian Clnb this morning WLIS busy as but tho display of garments land surgical necessaries prepared by the Greenville and Washington Conn Il York By Associated July most intense hot wave of the year contin ued today iu the central valley of the Middle Atlantic New England OPEN SEASON FOR U according to the is apparently at tempting to organize a newresist ance along the rocky Galldan fron Roumanians Repnlso Teutonic At tacks By July the moun taiiions region between the Casin Valley and the enemy tried an attack 031 the Roumanians at differ ent hut everywhere they have been the Roumanian wai office Casunltifs For Month of July British casualties in of the war for die month of wore officers and The total number of officers wounded or miss Ing was imaROxl in Nrntrnl Port July German sub marine anchored in the har bor here late The sub marine is seriously damaged ibut the crew refused to divulge the cause of its A Dismal Report From July Petrograd dispatch referring to the re treat in says that it is es timated that more than two million Russian troops are marching to the These constitute the Eleventh and Seventh armies and the After the show always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone LAKE HARDWARE COMPANY Great Clearance Sale Positively at Wholesale Cost Prices 720 Washington Ave Phone THE GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR V1CTROLA8 L SCHLQM ssians 5lale Stand Hut loriwl to July Russian for ces which liavo made a stand at westerp tihe war office was forced yesterday to vacate the Cherenrosh line and retire to the TWO BILLIONS IS THE WAR TAX BILL STILL WRANGLING ON FOOD CONTROL BILL SENATE WRESTLING WITH PROHIBITION Tlie Conferees Failed Today o lircak the Dead Ixnk on tlie War KxpediUiirr Coinmiltno TinSHoml Day of Debate in tlie Senate on the Shcppard National Prohibition By Associated July By Associated July entered upon the second ferees on the administration food bill j day ot d6batD on tlle sheivpard reso lution for n national prohibition amendment to the constitution witli many of the senators ready to Under unanimous an agreement has been reached where by the resolution will be disposed of tomorrow and the passage is expect ed by a narrow The Sheppard resolution has been before the senate only for the past five years and it is considered a great victory by the prohibition leaders failed the first effort today to breait the deadlock on the congres sional war expenditures committee which Is opposed by President Wil They recessed with a motion to strike out the prevision FROM THE OFFICERS TRAINING CAMP Joe Armstrong returned Sunj day night from a short visit to Camp i Logan near Little j where ho mingled with the Greenville WAR RESTRICTIONS contingent of officers in among Senate Finance Committee Agrees to Raise Two Billions by Taxation in the War Tax whom is his Scott Ho says the Greenville boys look well and stand Jj5gh in the officers training and all there are expecting corn July in crease war tax bill to two hillion dol lars was decided today by the senate finance ENLISTING MEN FOR AMBULANCE COMPANY Nolnn Stewart Has Wrom 50 to 00 Men Who Are Going to His Nlolan commanding Red Cross Ambulance Company to be organized in Jackson and and reports that enroll ments for to date total be tween 50 and GO I and believe we will be en abled to enlist a full with U25 l5O applicants on within the next two weeks or says We are handicapped to some ex of by the selective as we cannot accept for enlist ment men who are liaMe to be In we must get men over 3H years oC or who are otherwise I will be glad to correspond with men who desirs to volunteer for this Our command wlll be got ten into shape for active service just as quickly as It Is a splen did opportunity for the patriots for various cannot bo enlist ed for regular military Jnckson FIRE AT KINSELLA RESIDENCE TODAY friio iflre was called to the Klnsclla home at Theobald and atrcota this morning at fl when n Cow HhfnglM on of tho TOBldenco ciuisht on fire from tho W trlUv only aim missions as officers probably by In the regular the middle lof The latest war clause in Penn Mutual policies is VERY liberal and the extra cost is VERY U you desire Insurance will be to your interest to see Woolf a Ofice Star Shoe De lighted to fully and carefully explain any contract to MOST COMFORTABLE SHOEON EARTH HERMANS This 13 the World Famous Hermans Army Bal built on the last EK width and Biz KB from 6 to 11 This shoo gives ease to prevents foot requires no break is the greatest shoe b n 111 f or nnd soldiers ivewom this shoe continu ously since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Made witli single sole of Texas Unsecured uppers of TanTVillOw Calf or Box to see the line of Army a As worn in Regu lar Army Johl Bergman The Shoe Men IIIHIUIIIIIIIlilllli 8ANITART ANGIBLO 100 Poplar Dining in this splendidly modern restaurant is made doubly enjoyable hy our excellent and courte attentive HERB the choicest foods of tho markets are served perfectly in a clean kitchen by export Dino with US TODAY and become one ot ourreg ular Soft Shell Crabs juat Popular ty Red Cross organizations in tho Chvbs tell was moat impres I Everything on display wis so beautifully every article pwiii the Red Cross neatly Iisind sticiied tn the all done by the noble women of as i I patriotic contribution In tlie I the work of Hie Greenville women on there wore with displays of KanniMils from Glen Hollandale and with a special hy the Bolvideic Chapler of The members ul the rcgulnr Red Cross Class were dressed in the Red Cross uniforms and the reception to the many visitors ul he display was I most j On display anil for the first slilp menl from hero to the Red Cross headquarters to lie sent Io the were the following garments rendy for use SOO Bed IOO Operating Draw Pillow MO Sflifl Hospital Bed 200 1IM Shoulder Operating 3ed fee Bag Hot Water tint Cov Comfort Down Knitted Wash Knitted Knitted The goods in all the garments tint surgical articles nnd bags for the soldiers are of splendid quality and were from lo al All Hie visitors at the display in dav Those in charge o the registration were 11 to 1 Mary Prllinni finlay and I to 4 Lucy Somer villo and Will 4 to 7 Lucy Alexnndor rfim Will 7 to 0 liorry and Mrs Camp For the reception down in the hall were II to 1 Helen a to 4 4 to 7 7 to Ijyne Lonis Miss Fannie Tlie guides were 11 to 1 Tur Miss Sue Herbert 1 to 4 Clive R Somer 4 to 7 Hood Will 7 to 9 Herbert Harry ironry Miss Allie Joe Those who served lea upstairs were j to 1 Beth Miss Bettlo Miss Sa rah Miss Elisabeth 1 to 4 Clarence Smith Mrs Will Soloj Miss Joe 4 to 7 Genevicve Miss Elizabeth Miss Miss Katharine 7 to 9 Mary Holt Konrfeth Miss Helen Miss Mildred Hum The general hosteses were Kdmund Hopkins John Louise Ne Mc William Hazllp and Olen Allan Miss and Sam and Julian Those In the Rowing room wore Si Will Mrs Miss Hottlo and the lower hike The Heather bureau officials noli mil no promise of reiiol during tinir two Several rrostrations in New July ther inoinofer registered degrees at this morning and several pros trations from heat have already beeu Awful in July Twelve attributed to tho oc curred here aciording to tbe reports tiven onl hen Prostrations were numerous and tho official temperanrr was given as 98 citys ehior source of relief from tlie in Lake prevented by the same wind that brought the heiit Tho wind was blowing out on the hikebnl the water was loo cold for the temperature of the water being Four deaths from heat reported to tlie roronor of Chicago before 9 oclnrU this Two Dejiths in July deaths and many prostrations wcru causod by be extreme heat LOOK OUT IOK THI OKIIClAKj LIST TO HH SHOWN IN Hill i7 WASHING TON Till IIOMK OF BBT TKK NTMHKK ilfi liiiids is Us is is nlso UNOIiK Us mcaiLS Do you that Others is our middle you want anything when you want anything you anything phono Our phone iiuiiibcr is THIO SIIAKKKY HARDWAHE Tin Home of lictter CITY The registration hooks to register voters in the city of Greenville will be kept open at the city hall from 8 until every day from July until 77Sw City NOTICE Owing to the are In the building Scott is now locat ed in the Joe Welnberg room VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Free Quick Echols Auto 102 Phone FOR vSALE OR TRADE KEOISTERER SPOTTIOD MARE AND COLT SAVK AND GENTLE Phone MORTIMER L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850
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