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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              f JtATvTlMs PRINTS THE NEWS WHILE ITS KUSSIANS WIN VICTORY IN CHOTIN REGION KORNILOFF TALKS fc ROOT COMMISSION REACHED WASHINGTON The Commission Make KOport to White House of the Kcsults of the Trip to French SUnd AH Attacks IVora Ger Make Successful Steamer Snnk nnil Americana By Associated Russians resulted from the conditions that re on the oififenstve In the Chotin rej vailed In Slon yesterday drove the AustroGer mans from two villages capturing heights and more than 300 pris oners and four machine the war office 3y Associated Amer ican mission ito which was headed by Elinn returned here today and will report to President Wilson on Uie resnits of its three months The mission will be at the White House at 1 oclock this after Assurances that the United States will remain in the war until the end and improved railroad facilities is to be among the outstanding needs of Root asserted that the outlook TOT Russia was Chairman Boot of the Commission declared that the Bussian AUGUST 1O17 AMERICAN AMBULANCE DRIVERS IN FRANCE GOVERNORS TO MEET IN CITY OF CHICAGO Will Meet to Consider Coal IVices at Suggestion of Illinois Council of Korniloff Says Russian Siirren der is j interview j Krom Sixteen State with before taking over the supreme command of the Russian General Konri loff repudiated the posslbiiiiy of the Russian surrender to the Germany would seize all food stuffs and enroll our men1m the army and would treat Russia as a conquered country In that Be said By Associated all the governors of 1C f rota Pennsylvania to Kansas responded favorably today to the invitations ex whlch ia out of the ques1 tended them yesterday by the Illinois Council of Defense to attend a con ference to be held in Chicago on August 1C They propose bringing about a uniform regulation of price for coal in the different The Council of Defense has recommended to tine governors the seizure of coal mines during the period of the war as a means of reducing the high LARGEST CROP OF COftN EVER GROWN Such Are lie Imllrnlions as An nounced by the Department of By Associated largest crop of com ever grown in the Uni ted Stains is in prospect for the com ing the department of agri cultureiinnfluncod It is shown that corn prospects improved j so as to increase the probable pro duction bUKhelB in July indicating a total production nf Tbe wheat crop conditions show a decrease of about bushels with a to tal crop of CITY REGISTRATION French Still Stand Every official state ment today saya the French repulsed last night attacks by the troops of the German Crown Prince of west of the California in the Aisne A raid north of Mihicl and the upper Alsace was checked bv the Rrench Successful i British Troops Make a V i British troops last night raided the German trenches near and cap flired a number of The aljtman artillery actively bomhard fidthe British to the east and V north of Russians Stil Retreating news papers reports ttoe Russians have evacuated Prosknrov in ou the Bug also KarnenetzPodolsk 53 miles cities of and population British Steamer Four Ameri cans Americans were lost on the British steamer Bel gian which was torpedoed and wink by a German submarine on July One American was among the APACHE INDIANS ON THE WAR PATH If you wish to vote ai coming municipal register if yon have not already done because Thurs August will the last slinncc you will have to your name on the registration for they close at 5 So far but G02 men have preseivl ed themselves at the City Hall nnd of this number it is will ami not permitted to because of failure to pay poll and SKRLVL AM 01MKll CilVKN PRESIDENT WILSON LOOKS INTO NORWEGIAN VESSELS ARE LOST IN STORM NOTICE Ojrlng to the Ore In the BrUi building Scott Is now locat ed In the Joe Weinberg room 1JStf VULCANIZING H lm Auto Tire Repairing Quick Berriot Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phonfi ilS A Force of Mounted Hangers An Af ter the Indians aiid Mexicans Giv ing Trouble Near By Associated fcreo of mounted rangers is expected to reach the scene today of the Apache Indian uprising in tho Sierra Anchas moun miles northwest jf hen nine white men who are em ployed at the asbestos mine are rn ported to have been surrounded by a mob at more than a hundred striking Indian and Mexican while the forest was started by the is sweeping ithe moun LABOR UPHEAVAL IN PORTUGAL Troops Charged Killing Many Civilians and Making Hun dreds of ByAssociated An Atlantic de scription of a labor upheaval in Lis bon and was brought here today by Gilbert who is representing a shipping who arrived from Troops charged the crowds killing So civilians and arresting The trouble was caused by a demand of a 70 per cent increase by all classes of FOR SALE OR TRM NO EXEMPTION BLANKS RECEIVED Cliief Justice of District of Columbia Named to Jjabor By Associated Presi dent today took cognixancu of the agitation and labor troubles in the west by selecting Chief Seven Sailing Vessels and Ninety Men Go Down in Storm in Heavy iale By Associated Norweg ian sailing vessels and 90 men were lost in a heavy gale near according to a dispatch from Christi COMMITTEE NAMED ON BUILDING PERMIT Ihe Iloltji Hide and Asks IVrniKsiun to Hull An less Iliillillny of the District Colnm1 They are a part of a fleet of 50 to make a personal investigation I vessels returning fm a fishin of the j A SMALL PROPORTION FINALLY ACCEPTED Tlui Proportion Accepted Krom the First Fifty New York Districts Would Indicate Less Than One Thiid for Final By Associated tXew to the figures which are based on the complete returns of 50 out of 1S9 lo cal exemption boards in New York which enrolled men out of a quola of only Sen men have bee natcepted in the new na tional NO RUSH HERE FOR MARRIAGE LICENSES The county marriage license rec ords show that the white population of Washington county did not seek to evade the selective draft law by matrimonial the greatest amount of licenses being issued dur ing April immediately following the declaration of A total of S were issued for April while June came next with and July came straggling along with but so is only rep resented by A commiittee of three composed of Hoffman and were appointed by tlio mayor the regular council meeting last night to investigate the of the Delta Hide and Fur who appear ed before the body and asked permis sion to erect a building on The committee was appointed to investigate the report of the repre sentative company that he intended constructing a building that would entirely eliminate the disagreeable odor connected with his The committee will report its recommendations ti the council at the next regular meeting of that body which will be held in OFF FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMY KEGISTERED SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTLE Phone MORTIMER JORDAN Ixcal Exemption Hoard Given No End of Forms lic Printed Tomor aBT THE GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR VICTHOLAS and L SCHLOM JHWHIjHB Phone Ml Every in sheriffs office has been busy the past few days the questions of men who had flled for exemptions and had returned to the oPfice to file the necessary which they had been would be received at Alexanders offica from Jackson last Through no fault of Alexander or any of his these affidavits havo not been received despite the repented assertions Vf the adju tant generals office at Jackson that they would bo forthcoming immedi ately and every day since the men were examined It has taxed tho en tire force ito answer the In quiries of those While the local exemption board on a Tow of tho claims for Ilia applications were applicants ninnU forms arc now printed nt this oUico and will he ready to ho dollvoied to tho exemp tion iboard will then be to applicants from tho MOSTCOMFORTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This is World F nerrnanH Army lial built on tho Arm in whole si ZOB from 6 to 11 This shoo tmso to tender provtmts foot iron roq u i res no breaking is the greates shoo ever t i 11 for c omfort and 1 soldien liavewornthis shoe continu ously since the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Made with single sole of Texas Unsecured Oakland uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to sec the 1meof Army Hermans n n q Army As worn in Regu lar Army IM Bergman The Shoe Men John Bowen son of our and AYiilter son of former pre sidijig elder of District of the church have KIHIO io CiTeeiiwond and joined Battery C of I the First Mississippi I5oth irove worthy rnpresoirtailves of ITnclo Sam in the American NEGRO WANTED BY HELENA OFFICIALS The local county nuthoriiles have been ashed to look for a negro whose name is said to he 30 years f 10 or 11 inches weighing 1SS who wanted on the charge of false Alexander received a card from Sheriff at asking that the ntgro he apprehended in case he turned up MCASKELL ELECTED CAPTAIN OF POLICE 10 APPEAR ON HUGOS 17 The JVnnily For Appearing Called Is Slmnld to Id Tin following uaiued liemljy niitifiud to the Aet of Congress aprroved May 1H they are called for nrilitary servicc of the United States by this Loeal Tim serial and order at each of such person is shown They report at the office Uiia Local Hoard for physical at the Court House ill Grccnr on tho eleventh day of al the time desimiai ed ahove Any claim for exemption or din charge uiiist be made on forms which may he or the form of may he copied the office of the Local and must he fikMi aft the office of this Local Hoard ou or before I ho seventh day after dato of posting ol this Your atUMition is called to the penalties for violation or evasion of the Selective vtMvietr approved May ill I ami of the Rules Uegulatious which may be consulted at this Order Serial Name Itoport at S Oclock llfl Tiiu7 Van Warner Brnost McField 1 IfcliG Dorsey Thomas liSI Jim Harris Ashley IS i Reid Crow 2204 Kddjr Charley Hooker 11S7 Slielton Chapman l17fl Hen Hudson McKinley Crawford 21 5 S Pierce 130 Robert Taylor SnS Anthony Goodwin IDIHi Oscar 1CS Charley Anderson 1023 im 1032 Henry 1774 Center Minnis Robert Uandolpa Edward Kitchens 1317 IMchard Moore Floyd Holland 11R8 Willies Collier Harry King 22IM Heury L211 Robert Lewis Percy BrooUs IfII5 EriHit Walker 175 Alexander 2147 Alonzo Phillipspa 300 Charley Brown 27S Gaetano Cassio 2177 Armando Monari 1K2S Hrverly Tnyloi 1240 Dave Cook S34 Leroy 2111 Jo linn in Powell 911 Howard 1172 Henry Hill S32 Clarence Percy 1ii17 TTatcher Harmon LeRoy Lane Riiggcro 011 reman 1139 Hnfns Hiicks 1214 Lawrence Carter 330 Robert Jackson 2342 Lennvood Huff 19 2 fsnac Wesley 212 Orlando Crittenden 13f7 Anthony 49 Alfred Graham R Ernost Donaid 1707 Shackleford 203 Harrison Williams Will Hardy 1 II2 Eil Curhy 1 fitI IVnnc Xoe ni Owens Bakur Continued on Page G 177 47S 4SO 4S1 4S2 483 484 4815 487 4SS 4S3 4 no 4fi 490 7 4SS 499 500 501 UOOK PAR Youll find tho right place right one for you if youre ItKSTAURANT AND Our short orders will fill the bill for the man in a tin serve you to day nhd cot 100 Poplar ANdKtiO Popular A At the regular August meeting of the Ciily held at the City Hall last who has been a patrolman on Ihe lo cal police force for pome was appointed caplnin for the force to fill tho created by the promo tion of Caplain Kitchens to chief or police caused by the death of Mr has been on the po lice force for some time and his career a in Green ville he hag made a name for himself In tho performance of his dity and In recognition of his splendid serv ice and his ability to fill the pnst was appointed will assume Ihe du ties of captain of police IFANO WANTK1 Touher of Iiatio Passed oxiuninntloiiH taught session In Inn Southern Indus trial nt Camp per payable In Money gladly refunded if not 9M1S or call 817 8 After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates jour Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone MOSBY COAL KXCLUSIVE A01TNTS TOR OALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE ILUNOIB AND RED A3B Phone 850   

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