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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              AUGUST I 11117 THK KUSSIAN JtESULTS AHE BOTil WAYS MUMS YIELD TO BRITISH riUsii Recaptured Old Positions In and at Infantry Hill r of DESPERATE ACT OF ARMY OFFICER Major William of lie United States Shoots and Kills His Wife and 1 By Associated William of the United States today shot and killed liis and then at his home X0 known reason is giv en for the desperate By Aswstated no renewal smash of the allies in tiae incessant pressure tiajnermans torhasfag further leldmg of ground by the The Brittsa es bMshed themselves in the village Last French tde further progress west the ret of a the Arras front Uie British last ht renewed their grip on the old TWO HUNDRED MINERS ARE ENTOMBED 1 PHYSICALLY SUVKJiTVKIVE IKIl FILE A Mine of the West Kentucky Near Scene of Disas trous By Associated hundred miners are entombed in a mine of the West Kentucky Coal near as the result of a gas ex plosion this Reports say that 31 negroes wore many j of whom were badly Na Itional guardsmen are aiding in the i rescue PATRIOTIC PARADE in North and Retreat in of Hu the Galician flhe Suatdians drove the AustroGejman guaixj from the eastern banlc of river Fortyttiree riooners and seven guns Between the river nfetetar and and in tine Car nians the Ttusslans are still to the IN WINDY CITY EI6H1HM WEBE HOOED Exemption Hoard Consider Im partially AJ1 Claims for Kveinp tion Strictly on their ftnftdian Senate to Conscript Act Aug Canadian Slate last night advanced to the Bond reading the conscription insures its passage through maMng it certain to be rate a law A Practical Holiday in Chicago in Or der to do Honor to tho IJIen Called j Service by Selective I i By Associated 1 set aiide fine day today to do hoaor to the men who were called to under the selective Thousands oi who have been chosen by the paraded through the streets with fitting military es The business houses in the down district closed for two Kopuyse Orreusive Action of Italians re ulsed an important offensive action the east of Ver Monte it is Italian air squadrons iiHacked Pola causing gnat THE RUSSIAN MISSION BANQUETTE IV 1IJU By Associated Russian war mission to the Utnjted States will conclude its two days visit to Chi cago with a which will be tendered by the Rnjssiain MONDAY i The HOME OF GREATER PLAYS GREATER STARS GREATER VITAGRAPH IrT HOW WE REPAY FOR OUR SINS is strongly portrayed in this thrilling story of What soino call others speak ol as Na i L tures Law of but what if dare is somo some All Seeing Force that pays ns back monsiiro for measure for the sins wo how one man harvested in the vory sanctity of his the seeds of the sin ho had sowed years before HER SECRET Featuring JOYCE and MOREY One hundred and forty meu pre sented itlhcmselvjs bofore the local of examiners at the yesterday for audl of this number Si were found to be Physically fit for senice while 591 were turned making the total number of exemptions for ehe two days while were found to be As fast as the men are examined they make their way to the sheriffs vvhere they file claim for ex emption and it has been estimated tihat morp threefourths of the men accepted have filed claims ask ing to be exempt from service Theseclaims do ex empt the The local exemption board will be compelled to act on the claims at leas three days after they are and this board will pass oil whather or uot the exemption claim Today the last which the men accepted in the can file Beforu Un days after filing of claims for the applicant must file with the three affidavits one from the person on whom he claims one from a respon sible and one from 1C the local hoard dees uot see tit to exempt auaUcant lie then is to file for ex emption vitfc dffftrict In deciding whether or not a man is fit for Hie service tGi board has forgotten It does not matter whether John Henry or any other man is under amination WE case is decided by flic board strictly upon its Today is thelast day of exam inations for the first meu called unj der the draft of the Greenville and I Leland quota for this has been called on to supply 234 The following named men were I among those examined yesterday and found physically fit for service Oscar Gillispio Joe Taylor Leroy Wall Martin Brown John iBrowin Ed McLellai Louis Weathers Dedrick Smith Barrett Daniels Thos Walker Jenkins Bemus Thos Nelson Albert Jones Henry Williams Velrom Washington Henry Howard Alfred Johnson Perkins Coluiubus Price Nathan Napoleon Archie Perry Sam Dorris Sam Booker Ruben Campbell John Jordan Sain Green John Lige Nathaniel Carter Mitchell William Walton Willie Oaldwell Alex Carter Cicero Simmons On ll MoParlin Dalton Jones John Jbhnaon Charlie Eldloburg Alexander William Lewis Walter Mason Tim Brooks Barefieid Albert Sonny Ousley Will Brown Atonzo Schaf fer Fred Hendriok Darenlug John Harmon Alfred Edd Coniway Poplns Price Sam Kewsome Ernest Burks Seller Buster Satterfield Arthur Whiting George Malloy Whealley ClareiLce Johnson Lum Phillips Lee Townley Joe Marlins Richard David Fuflar Sneed Perrj Pamell Rave Johnson Ohartey Brown LeRoy Besingor Thomas Jordan IY OF SLACKERS THE MERCHANT SHIPS ARE REQUISITIONED TIlOUBfjE ALSO BV JVOKTH OAIIOUNA TAIl HKI RESIST OBAF tejKirtmcnl of Justice Says Who Kosist Draft cuted at Wluitcrw IVose COMMUNITY CONGRESS Mooting Hold at Indianala General Meeting in GioonriMe on Philip Davidson and Lyne Starling attended an important meet ing held at Indianola Friday in the ay n e eyon e nomrol of othe interest of the Delta Community I federal troops will be used By Associated Press Oklahoma to day men in a posse led by th sheriffs ol Somiiiole Foil totoc and other counties started fo 1 a drive on 400 armed men jeuisterei for the draft law who are reportei to be in camp in the wild section o fflie Seminole No report of any clash between the forces hai beou received at The railroac bridge near in Hughes conn was burned Severn 1 other bridges were attacked durini th past ten Trouble Brewing in Section o North re sistiing the draft whether in Oklahoma or elsewhere will b sought out and prosecuted what ever the department of justict announced 1S intimatec that should the sMmiitan in Oltla beyond the nomtrol of other which is looking after the material progress of tihe Delta with conserva tion and other important matters as its Speeches wore made at the Indian oln meeting yesterday by of Pltrilip Da of and Mc of representative of the Department of of the United Tlie call for sl general meeting of i the Delta Congress to Ie The held in Greenville on Wednesday September The likelihood of disorders in XorU Carolina is mdiratol in telegrams from who advises tha troublo miJrJit he ijxpectml in two townships of one in that stall AMERICAN RUSSIAN MISSION AT HOME 1 DDCTTU Airrm A IIVLl II UVtKLAIlU Alornnder and Powoll returned yesterday with a beautlfnil Overland four passenger which Alexander randy will haie moro cirs i erisan Mission to Headed by Elilm lias Kejich ecl nn American Pacific Coast he By Associated A PaciHc American mission to headed by Elihu landed here last No official statement on the wwk of tho mission in Itussia was made Root declared thai he had noth CITV ing to say beyond the fact that the party was hospitably received in ev ery Russian city they From the Russian revolution there will be evolved a stiablo The registration books to register according to rice voters in the city of Greenville will President of Uie American Federation lie kept open at the city hall from E i of Its ho until 5 every day from llas retarded by the radicals July until Aua I have returned to Russia from The Kmergeucy VorponiUim Has Taken Control ot All Mer chant Vessels of Tons or Jfow BoiiiR fHy Associated Presa emer gency fleet cornoratton today sittonoil all the merchant veswels more than which now m buildiiiK in the American ship and treble labor shirts will put on tho to un tho DISTRUSTS GERMAN PEACE TALK NOW Premier LloydGeorge Says lrare Must Conic When Onns Liberty Slum Never Awiin Ie By Associated David LloydGeorge reiterated tlie aims of the Entente this afternoon at a gatJi the Qifoens Hall to mark the third anniversary of the declara tion of In Mie course of his speech the premier said that victory must ba so complete that ones national lib erty again shall be chal LloydGeorge alsode clared that he did not the Ger man Neither the Kai ser or the Chancellor lias yet said Germany would be satisfied with German They talk glibly about but stammer over tho word They learn to 1160 the word ALL SERENE Tho vRlirain incnrhw of the police Introliiwiii is at Aio desk at police thtt iThis moiMiiiii Moody rejKrtcd nothing everybody 0having and all Gretmvuiic is morally here la less immorality in the city low ever Tho federal prohibition in with Hie state have lad its while the close watoh f thfi city and county law officers wo VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing res Quick Echols Auto 02 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