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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi ES PRJNTS THE NEWS WHILE 1 AlfiUST 1917 PJSSIGNS AS COMMANDER KF AHMY HUTU REPULSED Important Movements on tlie Way on Russian Northern While Russians Still Retreating on the 3 nthern By Assoeiatei The British and are awaiting clearing to blast theSr way further into German front in fllhe Ijondon announcement today Bays that the British have complete Jry reestaiblislied tlie line in the neighborhood of on the Ypres by the night On the French front the oomtimiing flheir made two attacks 8he east and southeast of maide assaults on the Avaoourt woods sector and on the Verdun front and near were fruitless for the according to the Paris re On the Russian northeri front some movements are ap parently under while on the southern end of the line the Rus sians are falling The Hus Blame are repented to have evacuated Usteull southeast of which is Emperor Easily Pleased With Con Wil according to an official state teleghaphed Grown Bupprecht his congratulations on the greaJt success of the German Fxjurtn army on July the vehement AngloFrench attack intended to conquer the coast of had American Scliooner American John Hays was crank by tho gun fire of a German The crew was Emperor William Calls AWir Council Wllhelm has called a war council of the high military and naval leaders to meet today Jiinden the Crown Prince the Grsr7Duke Albrecht other lead n the German army will be prt General Brussiloff Resigns From Russian Brus commander dn chief of the Russian has commander in uWef of Russian armies of the southwestern front has ibeen appointed generalis command er of the Eighth has been aip rpointed to Kornolofjf on the southwestern After the show youll find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone fpr mXONS GARAGE FOR Self Starter and Generator Repairing f SCKLOM JBWHLKR Army of iVonicn Proposed in a result of the conduct at the front of Miss Vera Butclimareffs female ba a movement lor the crea tion of a great army of women is pro gressing throughout Russia like wild Kour Italian Sailing Vessels four Italian sailing vessels were lost as the re sult of the submarine attacks last week says the official No larger vessels were TWENTYFOUR OF MOTANO CREW LOST Reported at American Consulate in London That SI of Crew of American Were Ixst By Associated was to the American consulate here to day that 24 memibers of the crew of the American which was sirbrnariuwl on July had lost their AMERICAN OCEAN MERCHANT SHIPS Plans to ComJnandeer American Ocean Going Merchant Ships An nounced By Associated tor the commandeering of all American ocean going1 merchant ships some time was announced by the shipping board The ia the preliminary step to putting into the agreement be tween the American and British gov ernments for the joint control of the worlds TRADE COMMISSION BUSY AV1I1 Begin Next Week on the llom Mill as1art of Food By Associated Feder al Trade Commission begins next week on its flour milling investiga which is a part of the general food The investigators will visit Minneapolis and CAPTAIN OF AVIATION CAMP IS KILLED Ralph Commanding Training Section of Aviation Corps at Jfow Falls to His fBy Associated Ealph commanding the training section of the avhvtion corps lost control of his alrilanc to day and plunged 800 feet to his Sergeant Thomas who was accompanying was seriously PROHIBITION FOR NATION WITH HOUSE The National Prohibition Amend ment to the Constitution Adopted By Semite Sent to By Associated fate of the Senate resolution providing for nation wide by an amendment to the now rests with the House of Represenita If the House approves the resolution by a twothirds the new amendment will then go to the states composing the union for rati The amendment will be come operative only if ratified by threefourths of the states within six years from the date of The resolution was adopted by the Senate Wednesday tile vote of 65 to Thirtysix 2 Republicans voted for the while Dem ocrats and 8 Republicans voted against It was strictly a non partisan Senators Williams and of bcth voted for the The national prohibition bill was hung up in the House today by the prohibitionists The con stitutional amendment resolution goes over to the next regular ses which begins in Prohibition leaders believe the de lay will the OF NEW KILLED JiiuiCK of New Orleans Killed by Patrol man Officers By Associated New of Police was shot killed while seated in his of fice this morning by Patrolman Gairy was shot twice in the George Van secretary to tho superin was shot in the head and both are In crRiral who was is be lioved to have beeomo inu WANT AMERICAN TOOPS IN LONDON Want An Opportunity to Show Our Soldiers tho Knthiiaiiism Created by tiie Arrival of tin REVOLUTION IN BORDER OF BRAZIL The States of Parana and Santa Catharinn lighting Over Border Ijine Territory Between Uie By Associated Rio revolu tionary movementUna broken out on the iborder territory concerning the possession of territory between the states of Parana and Santa Cabha It is roported that engage ments occurred between the revolu tionists and the government COMMITTEE OF HOTE MEN AT LITTLE ROCK proprietor of Hotel left this morning for Little Rock for a meeting of tho com mittee of prominent hotel managers named to aid the government in securing cooks for the big army camp to be located at or near Tattle Roclt iPountain will be absent only a day or The ipurpose is to or ganize and secure all necessary infor mation in regard to the pelvice ex Tected and then the committee will got busy to assist the government in every possible WOMEN IN By Aseoctated Daily Mail akfis a plea that tho American troops ho given an opportunity of be ing seen in Ixndon before going U Tlie says that the Londoners ought to have a chance of showing tlio Americans their feel ings of enthusiasm by the arrival of the American GOODMAN BUYS THE HANDSOME COUTY HOME and Gowlniiin Will Move In irocnvillc JVom Glen Allan iiid Couty Will Gi o itwn of Glen a successful hus pair chased the handsome home of corner of Walker and Smitli and will move with his family into dims homo on September Goodman will be associated with Schwartz in tho dry goods business on Washington av near the Valley Couty will go to Greenwood an manager of the Greenwood dum ber and tho removal ot and Couty and two bright from our city will cause genuine re gret among hosts of frlpnds they have made here during their slay of In the and well known will lie accorded a genuine Wekumio us resi dents of our THE TEACHERS HOME AT HOLLANDALE THE EXAMINATION UNDER ARMY DRAFT Begun 1foinptly at 8 Oclock This Morning and Proceeding With All Due Long before the hour for the tirst examinations was scheduled to he lines of men began forming at the court house to await their before the examining board for serv ice in the United States Tho men were examined by the hoard in the order they were was the first man to face the ihoard it ia successfully passed the ex acting BradshaTV was quickly follow ed by other men in their order and the work of examination is proceed ing as as the men having reported oairly and were eagerly awaiting their Up to and Including this thirty men had been exam ined wltih many ottiers waiting their Up until the time of going to press it was impossible to secure the names of the men who were passed and the men who were but tho list will probably be received to night and published tomorrow after Many incidents are oon nontod with tho work of examin ing the men especially among the ne who are desiroua of escaping the One when asked by tho examiner how long he was go ing to live at Leland until you send mo Tho second day of examination will bo started tomorrow at 8 when IB are ordered to report for examination between tho hours 8 and 9 NEW STOCK OVERLANDS Aloxniwlor left last night for Memphis to placo order for a now stock of Overland having ovary car In itflio WR stock ho received a few wfteks TOMORROW NIGHT PAULINE FREDERICK in love That Lives Paramounts Latest Splendid Residence Iuilt for Use Homo of Principal and Touchers o Jlollamlultt Consolidated Hi teachers home at which was hoggin sometime in March of this is 11 caring completion by the Lime tho I i 1 71 JITS sHion term the oquipmont will all be installed and the building ready for The homo was made possible hy the pcnerosity of who is president of he Rnnrd of who donated a GHoot for the The Tlollandale Oonsolidated Schcols tho possesfior of two city lots in that city which they sold and raised enough money with which to bmld tho which will r I moro than Tlio home will be for the housing of the prin and teachers of that school and is the third of its kind tn be constrncted in the State of although it is common practice throughout the MOST COMFORTABLE HERMANS SHOE ON EARTH This ia the World Famous Hermans Army Bal built on the Army last i width and whole si from B to 11 This shoo gives caso to tender prevents foot requires no breaking IE the greatest Bhoo e v o r built for comfort and duraA soldiers have worn this shoe continu ously since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Made with single solo of Texas TJiiRcourcitlOnkf and uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to see the line of Army Hermans Regida if V worn in Regu lar Army MI Bergman Shoe Men RAILROAD SHQPS Tlio Shops Fort OIMII to Women With Waces fop HIUIIC Work as tor By Associated iKort cal officials of the Pennsylvania rail road announced tixray that the com pany liere arc now open for the employment of The wonirll will be paid tho hame vvagrtf as L JOHNSON SOLD BIG PLANTATION Walter Johnson has Ills of 1370 acres to of tlir con sideration being In addition to the purchnse of tho Johnson purchas ed C40 acres albout two milt 6 wen of Lake Village and also a residence the town of Lake Village for a residence for his Johnson has not yet cotivplet ed plans for his own future and that of his but as they have hosli of friends hore in it is bo hoped that after the details of the sale OP his plantation are that he will decide to locate over on the Mississippi wide of tlie leather o BEN HUMPHREYS HOME FOR SHORT STAY OonfiTusomaiL Ben us iiiR Llio opportunity offered by the light iu tho House whilo the ronsLdenjjtioii of tho big army ruvoniio lill ifi in proKress in homo for a short Humphreys is in good expects Senate to piHfl the bis war bill in or three weeks ami tlio House to take up the bill again and with it and the husinusa of the the special ROHSSIOII fC OrniSiOHs by September when adjourmneiH will be unlil All prepnrutkmK are beintj made for a long war ami Tlumphroys is at all 01 an early oonclusioa of threat CAlLlCHWEIZER Oiirl one or GrconyLHo boyrt at Fort LjOgiu is homo on a short leaveOC Scliweizer haw Uie rigid and has lioen in the aviation oorps and aiier a fvliort stay the homo folirs will leave for for tie train in tc Sell welder hold thu important position with fin Del Light and TnveMon OL chief engineer wilien voluntceriuir his serv ices for the THE BOY SCOUTS Kino of Hoys Off tor a Jimp on Ijako Chioot for a IHW CITY The rogistratBon books to register voters in the of Greenville will be kept opon at the city hall from S until every day from July nntil 773w City iiiueiiiiiiiiiiiini Dining in this splendidly modern in made doubly by our excellent nnd courte attentive 1IIURE tho choicest foods ihe markets are served perfectly In a clean kitchen by export Dine with US TODAY nnd become one of our rog uinr SPECIAL Soft Shell Crabs just SANITARY 196 Poplar ANOELO Under Scout Master Bass and ScxiuL Herman inl a hunch of Gojr Scouts tlie good steamer Vorno Swain at 10 this morning for tho Arkansas side of the Father of After landing the hoys will Mko to they will establish camp anil enjoy a few days With Baas and Solomon were Scouts Clifford John Seldon Lew iOtl Sidney TTiarlji son John Bill Luther Ferriss and the latter of The hoys are in cihrurge of officers and wo Icnow all will onioy their carting arid return stronger ami hotter ALEXANDER AFTER MORE CARS NOTICE Owing to tho fire in the building Scott is now locate ed in tlia Joe Welnbsrg room 1lSti VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Frea Quick Echola Auto 102 Poplar Phone sold on hin stock of Iwal roprosonlativc ot noleii loft on tho early morning train ior Mtsin phis io several more oura to plaee on market lie ex perts to return WAR RESTRIOIONS V I Tho latest war clftuso fn Penn Mutual pollclos 13 VERY libwal and tho oirtm cotrt la If you dcsrtro Hfo Immraiico It wfll bo to yvur Intoroat to ace Wodr at Orloa Star Shoo Da MKhtod to full nnd coiofuUjr oxplaki my coatrMt to FOR SALE OR TRADE TtlXHSTKKED SPOTTED SHETLAND mm AND COLT SAKB AND GENTIJE Phone L MOSBY COAL KXCLUStVE AGENTS FOR GALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASli jj Phone 850
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