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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              PRINTS THE NEWS WHILE ITS GERMANY IN ON THE OCTAL DEAL Tho Kaiser Was Notified Long Bc foio Little Serbia of Austrias Ultimatum to Serbia That Brought on tho GKHMAJXS MAKE ATTACKS ON WESTERN WtONT WHOSTBIANS IN CZEBNOWiTZ Germans Gained Some Ground From Most Which They Ixst j liepulsc Strong German Attacks Near By Associated TJMavoraible weather is de laying the Allies offensive on the Mfcnders front tout notable activity In other sections of the western front suggests that attempts to de Iflect tJie the main en eifJort are made the Todays official report i that the Germans gained ground onInfantry on the Arias front part of the lost groamd was regained this In the Aisne region the re a strong attack near Riiisslan front the Teutons are overrunning Oeirowitz is today reported in Aus trian while Petrograd an that Kirnpolung has been Petrograd admits further Austro German successes along the Dniester chronicling the evacuation of the western of the Setorvoz at Its confluence with tbeDneister near PyUssia Keclines to Arknowlwlgc FinlKRils provis ional government ihas refused to acknowledge Finlands independ t and has dissolved the minted a general election for will be on tile except The newspapers also say that Mie supply of flour and potatoes for the fourth year of the war is as suredv hard times will experienced before tfie new flour is on the COLLEGE ATHLETICS TO BE CONTINUED Secretory of War Bilker Says Col lege Athletic Competition Makes College Men Fit for Military Serv By Associated Ihad possession of Austrias ultima tum to Serbia 14 hours before it was delivered at according to Itositlve information received by of ficials made public today for the first It is stated IPormer Foreign I Zimmerman tiiis himself when pressed very closely on the By Associated athletics will be continued during the according to a decision of the National Collegiate Association in conference This action was prompted and taken mainly by the reommendlation of Secretary of War who in addressing tlie delegates to the associations confer declared that athletes in com petition at college fitted college men for military A THIRTY PER CENT MORE FOR TRAINING CAMPS Tim War Department Increased tho Number for Officers Traininc Camps of August 27 to By Associated Press thirty per cent increase in the number of can didates to be admitted to the second cfficers reserve training camps open ing on August has been ordered by the war This rais es the number from to WEATHERlTOCAST MEMBERS OF RUSSIAN MISSION IN CHICAGO Seven Members of tlie Mission in the Windy While Others Arc in the By Associatdl members of the Russian headed by Ambassador are here today for two days Three members of the headed iby arrived at Dal today on a tour of the HUGH WILEY HAS FISHER BROOKS BEEN HEARD FROM HANGED AT MOBILE rBialifln Airplanes Do Wirk ofItalian airplanes yesterday effc tvely bombarded the mil itary works at the chief naval station of Austria on the whiqh was announced officially 1o A State of Siege in Part of state of has been declared in the Wreck dr psrtment of including Athens and Piereaus according to dispatches from 15ight Gunners and 10 Members of Crew of Motano Lost naval gunners tiheir lives when the tank was Sixteen members of the crew also Itecn Training in the Engineer But Holies For Transfer to the Aviation Word has been received from Hurgh who is in training with lie United States Engineers Corps at Oamp that his company is soon to be sent to tie front in According to the word received an army officer informed thai the company of engineers will be sent to Dong New wjtfliin the near future and then sent to France Wiley has made application for a transfer to the aviation corps and expects to be transferred to that branch of tlie service upon their ar rival on foreign Wiley hais been with Company 1 7 of the Emgineers j Convicted of the lirntal Murder of Julia Hess on May Died Spirit of rBy Associated a negro taxi who con victed of the brutal murder of of on May was hanged here today for the Brooks said nothing new on the scaffold went to his doom with a of BOB WING WILL FLY IN AVIATION CORPS AMERICAN SOLDIERS Weather forecast for Mis sissippi today in the north ern jart oT the with showers in the portion night and AMERICANS INJURED IN GRENADE PRACTICE American Interpreter and Lieuten ant and French Instructor Wound ed by Accident in Grenade Iruc By Associated American Training Camp in American in terpreter and a lieutenant were Flightly womwlod and a French in structor bruised when a live grenade Toll near a box of grenades during practice BIG WAR REVENUE BILL NOW READY The Finance Committee the Bill to IfrhiR Today and Will Report to By Associated big war tax bill with its revenue gathering provisions increased to was virtually completed today by the senate finance committee and will be reported to the Senato either tomorrow or SEVENTY FIVE PER COT ME FIT MNCTlVrnilKJC OK HJONouNtisu i IT FIBSI IvveiiipUon Hoard Mobilization One hundred and twentyseven men presented themselves to the local exemption board and composed of Sheriff H Alex Circuit Clerk Gihlart n DrE Montgomery and Dr I tor examination under tli selective and of this number found to be physirallv fit for while 34 men turned either for another exam ination or will bo discharged becaiiiBn of physical The second day of examinations began promptly at S oclock this morning when tho second lot of men I presented themselves for the ordeal Hie work of tho examiners is going along as fast as was anticipated and there Is no delay on the par of the men or the examining As fast as the men are examined if they arc found physically fit for they make their to tho sheriffs office where they file their exemption asking to Ire relieved from Bravice a num ber claiming exemptions on the grounds of Yesterday a walked into tin sheriffs of Ire am in the course of the examination he was asked on what grounds ho claimed exemptions and tho negro answered On Mr Armstrongs R devel oped that the negro was employed on Charles Memphis William Dimleith Glair fiurdetto Dan Greenville Edwin Robert Leland Leland Alonzo Greenville Santo Iceland Clayton Greenville Ellis Nupanee Clias Jointer Arthur Harris j Scott MostWatson Moore Rivera Sanders Riggins Watts West Wilhelm PHYSICAL EXEMPTIONS ARE NOT SO GREAT Iiirly LScJitterins HoiorU Indircito Exemptions From Iliysicii Exam inations Per By Associated scat tering roporbs from the local tton boards lo not indicate in crease of physical oxomptions from the army draft over the average of per cent established in the plantation of strong at Arm HOW TO START FIRE WITHOUT MATCHES Has Logan Hoot fur Aviation Camp in Texas for Final Training as Something Eat in Germany and say that grain in Germany and Austria has probably suffered from the heat but consider that the harvest the show youll find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone The Old Ihimitive Fliut and Steel Used Aboard Ships When Matches Become Too Damp for Port to ligiht a fire without matches is an important of the training given to United States Marines at this sta The primitive flint and long ago by our and the old wood friction method borrowed from the IndSans have been so that the sea soldiers may dispense with matches when damp ness renders them Marines in tihe tropics can start a fire almost instantly by using a of This is done by slitting the stuff ing it with dry and dnwing a stick to and fro across it as a violin ist uses liis These resourceful worldwide soldiers are etpecting to find a substitute for the useful bam in Word has been received from Bob who has been in attend ance at the citizens training acliooi at Furl Logan tuai he has received ibis commission in the aviation corps and leaves imme diately for a point in where he will undergo further training in the flying branch before being trans ferred to active Bob WJng is one of those sturdy young men with the courage to make the real aviator and fighter in the GET MAIL PROMPTLY This morning was most unsat isfactory day of the two be cause of fact it is at fifty per of the ex amined were found physically unfit for The men named were ex amined yesterday and found to bo BELGIAN MISSION IN BOSTON TODAY By Associated Belgian mission hoaxed by Ilaron arrived here today for a stay of two A CITIZEN TinDeniiicmtTlmos this morning received a splendidly written letter typewritten and signed A Citizen with a The letter written for publication contains suggestions worthy of con but as we do not know the vo cannot break the controlling in all rnsponsible news paper which requires Uio name of the author of all communi cations before If A Citizen will send his mher name to the office we will bfl glad lilted Slates Iostal Agency lisbed in Franco and Soldiers Get Mail Without Associated soldiers at the front in France am receiving their mail without inter as a result of establishing a United States postal agency in Postmaster General Burleson announced At present all letters sent to or received from sol must bear the regular domes tic rate of physically fit for service and liavol to print tha over tho been accepted by tho local but of A Citizen are yet subject to exemption by Hie exemption board on certain Tlie men will be Riven another ex amination the mobilization ramp before tmiiig admitted into Greenville COMANDUKY Comniundery NIXONS GARAGE FOR Self Starter and Generator Repairing Phonographs VICTOlt HEADQUARTERS All garments and fiutdied work displayed on Tuesday last have been and shipped Until further the sewing room will be open ouly in the morn from 9 until on Wednesdays and nil garments finished during the month shipped at the end of tho Chairman Hospital THE HWlPELUS PRONOUNCED AT END MOSrCOHFOHTABtE This is tho World Fainniuf AEMT I I SHOE built on iho Army last in KE width and whole si zos from 6 to II This shoe gives to tender preveutg foot req 11 iros no breaking Is the greatest 6uoo over built fop com i ort nnd li hility soldiers haveworn this shoe continu ously since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Made with single sole of Texas Unscoured of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to sec the line of Army Regula As worn in Regu lar Army JsH Bergman Tne Shoe Men By Associated heated spoil Is at an end in nil parts of the the weather bureau an nounced CITY The rogistvivtlon books to register rotors In tho city of Qreonvlllo will HI kept open at tho city hull from I 5 eyarr ftoso Jnly pntil Ant SANITART Poplar ANGELO Dining in this splendidly modern restaurant is made doubly enjoyable by our excellent mid courte attentive HBRE choicest foods of the markets are served perfectly In n clean kitchen by export Dine US TODAY mid liocomo one of our reg ular SPECIAL Soft Sh Crabs Just Popular I T Mill I Nypanee Burl Winterville Walter Leland Henry Greenville George Grenville Leland Oscar Greenville Greenville Lpvi Greenville Chas Greenville Herbert Lelnnd Eh Greenville Lcland Willie Greenville Alfred Greenville IM Fred Greenville Greenville Joseph Ben Bourbon Will Hollyknnwe Fred Bourbon Mason Melcalfe WJlIln Metcalfe Geo Greenville Dunlei1 Robert Greenville Pred rinibnrTirv Greenville Calvin Greenville Elizabeth WintervUlo Kobert Greenville Nazarine Dimleith Bourbon George Frank Tribbell Jerry Long Swiicli Ijawrence Greenville Dave Leland Xolancl Helm Hollyknowe Greenville Clyde Head Dan Head Wintcrvlllo Clarborni llelni flurtis Cmmvillo Joseph Grnenvillo Andy Groenvlllo Cornelius Greenville Josh Winlorvllie Robci Lnland Icufus Helm Johnnie IrlsclMa Cornelius Heads Arthur Leland Oharlio Greenville Sam Greenville fDfivo Wollenman Cornelius Helm Wlnlervlllo Jnlro Loland John Motcalfo i Robert Wollonniiln Isndoro Oreohvjilo Frod i will hold stated conclave this Friday at S A full attendance is WAR RESTRICTIONS The latest clause in Penn Mutual policies is VERY liberal and tho extra cost is VERY If you desire life insurance it will be to your interest to see Woolf at Ofice Star Shoe SI De lighted to fully and carefully explain any to VULCANIZING Anto Free Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phone Repairing Quick NOTICE iu the nre in the Briu building Scott is now locat ed in Joe Wenberj room lS8tf FOR SALE OR TRADE KKflrSTERRT SPOTTKD SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE ANT GENTIJE IJhono MOKTIMKU i L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOB GALLOWAY WK ALSO HAVE KENTUCKX ILLINOIS AND RED ASH   

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