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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              HE AlXitST 7 Ipourtod to Sir Kric new Pirst as con troller of the naval ALLEGED SLACKERS REGIMENTS FIM IN CITY OF CHICAGO One Hundred Arrests of Alleged Slackers Said to Have JJeeu Mmlc authori ties today the belief that there exists a concerted plot to evade th selective draft in several Chicago It is said that more than TOO alleged slackers been arrest ed British Say Ifotiiing of Interest to Claim to Have Started New Eastern By Associated French troops last night broke into the sian lines on the Champagne front im three places inflicUimg considerable Iwses aaid bringing back It mas ofiiciully announced today tfcat tne Teuiton attack near Ava in the Verdun rwilted in heavy losses to the Ger i SENATOR WiLLIA ON Ou tbo Eeastcm the direc of Kjrmpolung in a battle wit3i the Russians the AusbroGeinnah forces occupied the of says theoffieial an Near tie river Bystrit two Kussian regiments left their the Sine iix retire a few of tihe Ilussians drove back the Teuton advance British War Office Had Lrittle to war office statement today said is notli anig ol special interest to report on the forces Are Thrown Back on Ten Mile Teutonic troaps between tnc Dneia ter Prati rivers have been tfcrown back on a ten mile firont according to news frouiffie tattle area reaching TcwfensStart New Offensive in The Teutonic forces yesterday started their offen sive the RussoJEioumanianE to Moldavia where the Russian posi tions north of Fokslrani were storm prisoners taken and 13 guna the offioial Conference of Entente Allies conference of representotives of the entente al is a continuation of the Paris commenced at Lon don this morning with Premier LloydGeorge Official Changes in British Govern offi cially announced that Admiral Sir Cecil second Lord of the Ad be replaced by Vice Admiral Sir iRosslyn and Alan Anderson has been ap III a SjKXMil Said a Small ironp of Both Political Parties Had Kiirm cxl Themselves Into iu AnicritiUl By Associated I Williams in discussing food con trol bill today denounced the obstruc He said a small group on both sides of the senate bad formed themselves into antiAmerican and it was time for the majority of both parties to tell these groups that Ameri ca is tirad of VALUE OF COTTON OF UNITED STATES The Crop of 101O Estimated to be Worth Nearly a Half Billion More Than Previous By Associated New total Value ot the countrys cotton Uie Tor the year ending July is estimated at as against OOO for year according to the annual report of Secretary ofthe Today prices paid are the highest in 40 and the average price paid for middling is StKXK FHOM THE FIRST MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY ON TH 10 AT THE GHAND TONIGHT SMITH ARRESTED FOR SHOOTING WRAYS Thousands of the young men of the North will spend the winter in the South as guests of Uncle Tihe German crown prince recently spoke of the submarine as the last argujgent of But he prob ahlysneant to say the argument of the last FOR thoroughly modern 7room 1OG Shelby near City Apply to tail Theobald or phone S7tf TOMORROW MATINEE AND NIGHT MATINEE AT 3 THE IMMIGRANF iriS IjATKST 2HKKIi AND RAY IN The Millionaire Vagrant TRTANOfcE PEATUBB IN 5 Was Arrested Near Tliu liojjue by and 15roiiclit to mho Saturday shot and but not fatally wound ed Johnnie and Albert arrested miles from this near The by and brouglit to where he was placed in the county jail to awn the outcome o the wounds inflicted on 1he After shooting the boys a double barreled shot it is took to the woods and wnt in and since thai time a sys tematic search has been imuh Itn1 him by the county authorities which rewarded by his arrest late yes terday Smith did not offer any re sistance when the officers found him but came out at their command and aocompanied them fn this Smith shot the two Wray boys aT ter an altercation over i WiUcrnul cn duriiiR which he accused the boys of having stolen and the yoniiK men claiming fo have purchased ot from l Johnnie and were takrn to their home after the snooting and the reports coming from their bed side today are to the effect that they are improving as rapidly as could be expected under the father of in jured was from his lionie at the time but returned Sunday ev BUMPER NOW TO CONSERVATION AMERICAN WITH GAS MASKS Secretary Houston Urges the Conser vation of All Surplus JYuit and By Associated President Wilsons appeal to the farmers find gardeners having been answered by bumper it is now up to the con sumers to do their part by conserving perishwble according to o state ment issued by Secretary Houston to Secretary Houston urges the conservation of all surplus fruit and vegetables and points out that no time should be wasted in this PRESIDENT LOOKING TO PRODUCTION COSTS Interviews Vederal Trade Commis sion in HcRard to Cost of Produc tion of Stwl and After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone fpr By Associated presi dent took a hand today in the gov ernments plan for the regulation of prices and conferred with offi cials having in charge the He spent a half hour with the federal trade commission inquiring about the production cost of stee rd lumber and Micni he proceeded to the department of The Issuance of French Gas Masks to United States Soldiers Brings Inter cst and Touch of WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD BEGAN WORK Homo Difficulty in IMirdiasini Material for Our Allies as liciily As ur Our Own By Associated American Training Camp in France Jssuance of French gas masks to American soldiers brought them to a realization of the proximity of real The men are looking to gas experi ments will Die greatest possible In terest and as giving a touch of adven ture to the JAPAN TO SEND MISSION TO Will Arrive in September To Remain Until To Study Ameri can By Associated house of resentatives decided to send five monvbers to United States to stu dy They will Sep tember 1 and return in The delegates wili represent all par By Associated newiy created war board began work on the big war purchase program fur the United and her after a iireliniiuiiry con ference with President Some liculty is looked for in the efforts to buy for the allies at the sanui low prices obtained by the United Stales VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Free Quick Echols Auto 102 Poplar Pnood FOR SALE OR TRADE SPOTTER Uj NOTICE JORDAN LAMBERT COMMITTED SUICIDE By Associated Wheat aged 43 a member of one of the wealthiest families here shot and killed himself Uel rif ho dead mail attribute bis suicide to a complete nervous break MARE AND COLT SAFE AXD GEXTLE MOHT1J1KR Owing to the flre in the Brili j building Scon Is now local ed in the Jne Welnberg bnlldin room HIOSrCOMFORTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This IB tho World Vnmou Hermans Army Cal built on tbo Army last in KKwhllhnml whole si from 0 to 11 Tills tlioo gives cjiso to tender prnvonts foot r e q u i r o H no break ing iathcgroatcet shoe fivo b 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