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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              r l ffiR ATtIMfES PRIN tTHE NEWS WHILE ITS AUGUST OENBRAT WHO LED OIUMJJREI SHOT AT mm HELM Sbcplosion in German Munition Fac tory Kills Up in Ger By Associated Alter yesterdays tremendous can nonading in Flanders Britisfr last night repulsed two German at tempts to shake the British hold on tiae njwly won first in the Hollebeks region and the other at West where the Germans tried to push their Snfamtry in under cover of it barrage of On line Elrench ifront the Germans attackfi near at Avacourt and ixt wore Parts The strong land of Kereasky is at ifihe ihelm in Russia where the personnel of tie reorganized has been agred upon under his Cabinet About iftran skys cabinet Is practically The constitutional Democrats agreed to participate and the list ot its mem wlho are to form a part or lihe new ministry agreed HiisSjaii llerfcatirig General Ordered Maco the commander of the Guard corps which corps headed the Rus sian retreat on the southeast Russian front has been ordered shot accord ing to a Pelrograd Germans Building Submarines Than They Are ds officially de contrary to rumors ol the overwhelming losses of that the average monthly loss is a lit tle more than three for the period from February August while the monthly increase in submarines constructed is many times larger Mian number Socialist Conference date tor the International Socialist confer ence wliioh will be held has been definitely fixed aa Setember Three Hundred Killed By Kxplosian at Reports receiv ed trom tie firontier at Am sterdam state that the explosion at Heantagsdorf was one ot tine worst oitoBtrophes of to kind since the beginning of the A munition factory was destroyed and 300 per eons reported to have been killed or Shako Up In German It was officially announced mere today that five min of Including Foreign Secretary Finance Min ister Interior Minister von Loeljflll ihave resigned their port llhc German1 ambassador to Tur 3ias been ap nted to succeed poin AST THE GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR VICTROLAS and LSCHLOM JEWELER 203 Phone 1 HARVEST HANDS PERMITTED TO WORK KxCTnption Boards to bo Notified to Give Permission to Farmers Wlion Needed to Hemnin at By Associated protect the farmers in the harvesting sea Ron from a shortage of hands due to the mobilization oE the regu lations are being sent to the exemp tion boards that where men are needed in the fields they ba permiitted to remain at work unti need comes to joiin the THE WAR TAX BILL REPORTED IN SENATE The BiK War Tax Bill Proposing to Raise Revenues Aggregating Reported by Finance Oommjlttce to By Associated war tax which heifl been revised to meet the latest was favorably reported today by the Senate Finance which to raise CHINESE CABINET WILL DECLARE WAR Unanimously Agreed to Declare Against Germany and Austria By Associated ingPresident Ting Kow Chang today the docisjon readied at the special meeting of Chinese cabin el to decla ro war on Gornvany and AustriaHun The declaration of war is expected to be issed THE OBJECTORS TO DRAFT LAW HIDING Band of Twentysix in the Oklahoma Seniinoio Soction Surrounded by Posses of By Associated Oklahoma ed bands of objectors to Ihe draft law are stiJV in in Bho hilly section of the Seminole country in nearby but officials here ex press the belief that tbe situation is under HOldenville comes a report says that a band ot 26 has iheen surrounded by posses near there PASSENGER TRAINS COLLIDEFIVE DEAD Five Persons Killed Vassetiiicr Trains on Milwaukee and Paul Come By Associated were kdlled as a result of n collision between two iiossenger trains on uhe Milwaukee Paul railroad in the yards here early REPORT OF UBOAT OFF NEW YORK THE GREAT FOOD CONSERVATION WORK iKlu Hundred Thousand in Garden Clubs uiid Me in Emer gency Conservation By Associated hun dred thousand workers assembled in the food and garden clubs as one of the steps in the nationwide Home Economics department of the of was an nounced This is in addition to and more onlistod in lie emergency food and conservation The clubs are engaged prin cipally in home gardening and canning PRESIDENT VISITS HAMPTON ROADS Takes a Week End Trip Down the Potomac on tho Ynclil Ry Associated returned to Washington to day from a weekend trip to I ramp ton iiihoard the iraval ANOTHER GILL LOCAL A NOTIFIKI IX KHKPOMI EXEMPTIONS List of Those 1asMxl by Hundred More failed for IMiysiriil WILL BE TRIED ON CHARGE OF TREASON Oklahoma JHstrict Attorneys Will Cluirge Those Registered and Ie sistiiiR Draft With With Penalty of Death on By Associated District Attorney MoGinnis this af ternoon announced that the men ar rested who registered ami opposed draft will be tried for treason and the death penalty will be asked for by the Tlie Net Gate in Xcw York Harbor Closed at One and opened at VULCANIZING Tire Kepairmj Free Quiet Karri so Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phone By Associated New report that a U boat was sighted near the transAtlantic off this caused the authorities to close the net gate at T oclock this TMie gate was reopened at 0 WAR RESTRICTIONS The latest war clause In Peon Mutual policies is VERT liberal and the extra cost ia VBRT If you desire life insurance it will be to your interest to see Woolf at Ofice Star Shoe De lighted to fully and carefully explain any contract to After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone tpr NOTICE Owing to the ttre In the Brili building Scott now local ed In the Joe Weinberg room l2Hti FOR SALE OR TRADE REGISTERED SPOTTKD SHETLAND MM AND COLT SAFE AND GENTLE Phone MORTIMER TOMORROW NIGHT The First Mississippi Infantry on the Border showing Company our home under command of 2000 Feature Picture ANN MURDOCK IS In 5 MOSTCOMFORTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This is tho World Famous I AEMT HormanM Army Hal built on tlio Array last KB width and whole sizes from 0 to 11 This shoe eiisw to tender prevents foot requires no breaking is thn greatest slioo ever built for c o in f and di soldiess havewornthis hoe continu ously since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican li single sole of Texas Unsecured and uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Bos Call to see the line of Army Hermans Regula Si v in Regu Army cM Bergman he Shoe Men if ail the claims or esempiions are allowed by the lixal exemption US physically would hi certified to the provost marshal by the members of ihu ex amining board for Greenville and Le out of a total or men ex amined on Friday and Sat urday or last Out or a call of MS of which Ureenrille and Leland are lo fur nish just were exam ined by tin1 boa id were Iound to he fit and 141 wore of physical 43 failed to report for ex amination three ruiHirtril hPiorn other boards and three nro to report for examination Out of a call or 4IS men per cent passed and of Uie total number examined 3G per fell down in the physical ac cording to Einnounpoimnit made this a call of 200 more men will be made within the few days in order to secure Iho full quota of men which nvuKt to district and Inlands quota or under tho draft is and to this number a call was made for 44K of wlikh 110 per cent must bo certified to the making totiil ntimber or men to be certified wbich would be impossible becaijsc of the groat num ber of claims for Fiftythree and twotenths font of tho men who were found lo be physically fit for service claimed exemption on ilie grounds in depend ents which left a total of 11 S men to be So anxious were the men to get outof service that a num ber who were found to bp physically untit claims for wWIe sereval filed claims and failed to take the From a total of 133 men who claimed exemption it is said that SO per cenit of this number will be re fUHed and that those turned down he raiise of being a few pounds under will be called igain for a rur ther If the desired number is not se cured from another of 201 i the local board may be fnrccd to re sort to measures similar to those used in the state of where I in a graveyard near an en thusiastic recruiting ofrHnr placed on a picket fence surrounding the cemetery a sign XVako Up Your rountrj You Seventysix or the number who presented themselves before the ex amining board Saturday successful ly passed the and of this Frank foreman of the job department of the was one 03 best men according to tho of he 392 The men named below were found lo be physically fit for service Eddie Dunlap Barening Humphrey William Will Kanltin Willie Ttuirden Hunter Henry Holstou Phil Moore Ed Young Jessie Williams Chailty Smith Fred Abraham SI a nips OKelly Koss Colluis Albert Sanders Sol iipllowuy Jack Guy Ccsscricchia Sandy Jackson Willie John Snalioy Richard Clay Davis Will Drew John Lepscomb Johnson Hawkins John Daniels John Mills Joseph Washington Will Shepherd Penn Hanks Ocsar Taylor Dave Marti James Boyri Boyd Seay Bell Calvin Motley Bob Lee Adam Prayton Clark Charlny Brown Jake Sieve LeRoy WilkijtiR Pinl Richard flbarhrough Floyd Jolmwon Hull or Dave Jones George Nelson fountain Andrew Clark Charlie Howard John Cannon Moseley Oxie Cordon Alexander ROBB Carl Hays Moore Louis Willis Jeter LdroBlessiTjger Paloonbo Posey Miarlio Eidlobuig Wllhelm Bush Jack L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS yo GALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE KENTUCKY ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850 FINE SANITARY ANOELO Poplar Dining in this splendidly modern restaurant la madedonhly onjoyaWe by our excellent and courte attentive HERE tho choicest foods of the markets are served perfectly in a clmm kitchen by export Dine with US TODAY and hccotne one of our reg ular SPECIAL Sott Shell Crabs just PopttUr TOMORROW NIGHT William Director WORLD PICTURES RESENT Alice The Divorce Directed by Travors Taken from ill famous jihiy by Loo This is 11 most thoroiiKhly gtngcd in jost thn right Rrady la fluirnilnf In tho rolo of an extrav agant American wife of an extravagant French nobleman and the moans to 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