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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              AUGCST ARE FOR FKBNCH DETACHMENT OLEAIIEI A TKCTON TRENCH BESSHRABiH CHIEF THEME British Torpedoed With Con siderable Loss of and Itahau Shipping Losses By Associated iNortb at Les oa the Aisne a Brooch detachment cleared a Teuton losses on the Ger njbxans aid are returning to their Ttaes says an official state ment Odessa Object of German Southwest Russia Tlie recent re ports that the German of fensive in southwest Russia aimeS at the capture of been strengthened by an Odessa dispatch to the Times saying that the belief IB growing flhat Bessarabia Is soon to the principal theatre for opera AND BREAD SPOILED And Tliat Was All There Was in the Story That a German Spy Had Poi soned By Aaaoolated ice rail low at Uie Wg government bakery and the yeast spoiled and the ycust in turn spoiled loaves of The bread tasted queer so the troops cculd not cut Thacr fill tliore is tito story tbiu a Vtrmau spy poi soned the army food which stanled many newspaper rcadeis this morn CONGRESS TURNED INTO CHAUTAUQUA Suggested That Members of oiiKtrss Go liefore the People and Tell Them Why tho War Musi he i Ry Associated are being discussed today for Congress to turn itself into a great Chautan qua when it finishes its work to cnllgihten every section of the the need of the war not oniy as WJIT for world but as a tight for American rights and preser Michaelis Made a Lieuteuant Michael the German has been from captain to lieutenant von BethmannHollweg bore the title of eamer Torpedoed With Loss of Newiport British has been torpedoedand sunk off the coast of the captain and ten of her crew losing their according to cablegram received here last There were American muleteers cm the but there has been details of losses received so French SMpptag Losses for Past vessels 60Q tons and two vessels under thiiffitonnage were sunk by enemy submarines during the past Kalian Shipping Losses Light for Italian ship losses for the week ending only two steamers and small sailing LODGE A stated communication of Green will be held evening at 8 Visiting brethren f rater Bally CHAS AURORA BOREALIS IN NORTH AND CANADA The Widespread Luminous Phenom ena Interrupts Communication in Northern of United States and in By Associated IMJ realis interrupted the communica tion in the northern half of the Uni ted States and Canada last night and early Telegraph officials said ihe disturbances were inoro wide spread than for NOTICE ing tc Scott is now locat ed In the Joe Welnberg room 1JStf VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing jTKree Quick Echols Auto 102 Phone j FOR J4LE OR TRADE REGISTERED SPOTTED SfiETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTLE Phone MORTIMER AARON JOHNSON HANGED IN ARKANSAS By Associated a was taken from the jail near here last niglit and hanged to a telegraph The negro had been arrested for an aifctack on Constable Sam Andersoi when the attempted to arrest him a minor INDIANIAN WANTS EXMINATION HERE A white man from walked into the sheriffs office yes terilay and stated that he had been entered to nppeasfor examination at Decatur and wanted instructions about the manner in which he could isecure to examined in lie was instructed to wire the sheriff of that county ask ing to be ordered to report to the lo cal board in district number O E T THE GENUINE DIAMOND il DISC Phonographs J VICTOR VICTROLAS and V LSCHLOM JEWBUnt Phone Wl PETE ANDERSON ON A SERIOUS CHARGE Pete a well known ne gro who has run atoul of tho law several times in Uie is agata In The officers have placed under arrest and heis now i in jail awaiting before Judge OBannon on a charge or it is set fire to his wifes bedding at the home a wellknown Greenville citizen Saturday night from the evi dence in the hands of the the negro is in a bad iPetes wife employed at the home of a well known Greenville citizen ariS sleeps in a house near an alley in the of her employers Saturday niKht some one cut wire surrounding her bed and poured kerosene nver the bed ding and then made leaving his knife and a Schlitz bottle filled The Itnlfo has been identified as Andersons while tho bottle is said to be one of several which lo cated near the kerosene tank of the firm where Anderson had been em Andcrflo nand his wife had a num ber of foil from ibteycle and broke a but that was a trifling com pared to the toll 1m had Ihat broke Ills Tho Louisville OoariorJournnl nays Holland Is sitting on tho but when ftvo Duuai vessels arc simh lit one day 1y Gorman submarines the fenco llko tt had spikes in STRIKE IN NORTHERN SPAIN AVERTED Strike Oixlers Called in With the Hope That Government Would Se cure SatsifactJon for JiitilronO By Associated danger of a riroad strike in northern Spain ha boon averted when the at a meeting last voted to call in tlie stailto notes and expressing the that the government bo able obtain ticn of their clainvs from the SIX ARE UNDER ARREST Arrested at Charged With Attempting to Dynamite Freight By Associated al leged agitators are under ar rest at Ottawa as a re sult of attempts to dynamite freight according to reports received at the federal marshals office ADMINISTRATION OF FOOD CONTROL BILL The Government All Iteiuly to Put the Provisions of tin IJili in at By Associated is in today Ior putting the ad ministrations food control and our vey bills into effect as soon as they become the presidents The food control was dopted yesterday iby a vote GG to tho stfrvey bill will unanimous ly be made the first step of the head ing of legislation whicli will be put into operation probably by appoint Herbert Hoover has een appointod food NEW REGULATIONS FOR DRAFTED MEN GERMAN MINERS DISCUSS DEMOCRACY EiRht Thousand Attend Mass Meet ing at Essen and a for Peace by Agreement By Associated Uuni stnd attended recentmass meeting at for the dfscussion of the oal Food and mention devolopeil into a demonstration la favor of peace by agreement and demo cratic j TO BE GRUB EftRLY OXBTHUU OF IH8TRIOT ONE JJST HKADV FIB5I ff SMITH WILL BE TRIED 15 Will He Tried in the Court of Jus tice Barefield at Hollandulo Next Announcement is made that the trial of tie white who shot and wounded Johnnie and Albert last Saturday and who was recently captured about 52 miles from will be tak en to Hollandale Wednesday where he will be tried before Judge Barofield in justice Smith has been confined in the county jail since his capture by Smitih shot and wounded the Wray boys after an al over a The were but not fatally it is BIG REWARD FOR CAPTURE OF NEGRO Those Asking Kjcemplioiis Will He Notified if Claiine Arc Exemption Board Knvivtxl Instruc tions Such is tho Estimate in Xcw Wliile tho Government Appeal Cases of Exemptions By Associated Vow esti mated here today that onethld of the men called for examination ijndor the selective draft law luive been ac cepted by tho the new na tional It been Kirimnicoii that government ev cry exemption claim granted by the local in New In a circular received at tho sher iffs office this morning it is stated that a reward of is offered for the capture dead or alive of Julius a 2S years who shot and killed Sam another nn at Mound Bayou on August The wanted negro is desribed as be ing S feet 8 inches tall with a scar on the top of his forehead one inch He has a heavy voice and when last seen carried a Winchester WASHINGTON COUNTY mcfon General UorRiis Has Issued jf T A f IirnC CV AMIM ATFHWC as to lHAlMJlKD fcAAMlPIAlIUNL and Weight of ThosiI By Associated General Gorgas today issued new reg ulations governing the physicians ex aminations for drafted men The changes deal mainly with the ques tions of proportionate weight and and may result in the recall of rnanv men who were rejected here The government will call onethird of the quota on September 1 and the local boards are urged not to stop examining men when the quota is According to the announcement of Professor superintendent of education for Washington teachers examinations will be held during the month of September be ginning with the first Thursday in lie month and lasting through Fri day and The examina tions for colored teachers will be held on the second and fourth The examinations will start at 1 oclock and the first day will be giv en over to those applying for First and only those apply ing for such license need apply on this MOSTGOniABLE SHOE ON EARTH This is the World Famous Hermans Army Bal built oc tho Army last KE width and whole sizes frnm 6 to 11 This shoo give to tender prevents foot requires no breaking is tho greatest shoe ever built for comfort and duraj HERMANS AEMY SHOE hav soldieris LveworntKis shoe continu ously since the vjp outbreak of the SpanishAmerican itli single sole of Texas Unsecured uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to see the line of Army firmans Repla in Regu Jofel Bergman Shoe Men The uew army which is being raised under the selective draft aw will bo called Into service earlier than was at first accord ing to a circular letter received from Private Secretary at by Sheriff Alexander this whichstates the first drafted men will be called for mobilization between Sentember 1 and Tlie authority tor Bticko in formation came from General Crowdtor at Washington who has for warded a to the governors of all inthese Unietd telling of change in pljins and advising tliein to notify the rx Dmption iMiaixls The circular is latotl at Washing on Aujrust 8 and nays Selection rules and tions for local and district boards is New regulaUons govern ing mobilization and the certification of men from district boards to ad jutant generals will be mailed to you on August In the meantime local boards should certify to district boards daily on form 1Ifi tho who have been called and those who have not been exempted or either because they failed to file any claim or their claim hns been decided Strict com pliance with this rule is since on September the War De partment will call for not to exceed onethird of tho quota from each j district to be entrained for mobiliza tion camps between September 1 and September Unless we wish to be put in a position of not furnishing men as fast as the War Department is ready to receive each state should have accumulated by Septem ber a minimum of onethird its quota not exempted or This can only be attained if local boards ccrtilfy theso lists up daily great Signed The exemption board for Local District 1 of Washington county ready for the order and while all the claims for exemptions have as been noted the local board has more than onethird the number of its quota ready to be cer tified to the district board j and are in session again morn ing acting on the claims of tho men vrhich have been Moro than men who were hero last week and passed the physical did file claims for The list containing these names has been up for a few days pending the outcome of the boards but is is now about ready for The notices to the men advising them of their have been mailed hem and fire nov in their When a man hns filed a claim for exemption lie will bo notified by the through the whether or not his claim has been grantrd by the j I The examination of the second call j consisting of 200 will be startj Ml at the court house Saturday morn when the first 100 I men will appear for examination at I S The work of examining these men will be as fast as in order that the entire nnbmer may be examined in one To do this It will ho necessary that j all those called appear promptly and be ready for the ONETHIRD OF MEN DRAFTED ACCEPTED RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL SIGNED TODAY IruNidunt Wilson Affixed Sig nature tho Itivers mid Harbors BlU By Associated Prps rlvera and harbors bill K became a law i li the PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL city council met in regular session at the city liall at 7 SO There were present mayor Hoff Joel Wilzinski and It was seconded and car ried that in the matter of the Hide and Fur erecting a building on Walmit the mayor appoint a committee of three members as fol lows chairman Hoffman and with city physician added to look into llu1 niUtor and reixirt back to the In regard to Ihv request of Banks it was seoondod and carried that the mayor investigate the case and in his discretion ho be au thorizedto pardon Harden Tho Mosby Coal was awarded the contract for coal or the coining It was seconded and car ried the petition of the colored lied Cross Chappie be referred o the finance committee and they to advise with the city attorney and report back to Ihe regular meeting of the The Queen City Hoop Company was granted permission to tap pur track on Magnolia street frun It seconded ami car rind that Ring be elected street lax collector for the salary to be 10 per cent on all col lections up to anl including Ail collected above be iw al lowed 15 per It was seconded and carried that pay fs per month ior water from the time lie commenced using sani until meter is It was seconded and rairrtofl that the heirs of dn ceiy ed allowed balance salary for month of it was seconded and car ried that McCaskel be ap pointed Captain of the Police Tlie city bills were allowed as paso ed by the The report nf the colored Kings Daurrhters received anl ordered The council then to meet August 10 at PIANO WANTED Owen Teaclicr of Iiaao Passed examinations and tauglflt session in Southern trial at Camp per payable in Money gladly refunded if not satis riione or a SIT OK FAI Youll find the right place right one for you if youre RESTAURANT AND Our short orders will fill the bill for tho man In a us servo you to day and got SANITARY ANQELO 100 Poplar PopuUr AN AMPLE SUPPLY OF GLASS JARS By Associated reaching the department of ogricul luro are to the cffcot thnt there will bo enough glass jars to care for the bulk of siiiMuiin fruit and After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone fpr CHARLEY OF DRAWS DAYSJ Charley a was brought to Greenvillelate yesterday afternoon and placed in the county Jail whore ho had been sentenced to servo a term of fiO days with a bill of and costs attndiod to It on the charge of petit Ho was convicted of breaking into houses nnd stealing and was tried before Juxtge Crimea Iceland L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GALLOWAY WE HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850   

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