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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              AUGUST THE KXTEIfTE HEAVY GUNS HAMMERING GERMAN LII1LE WAR NEWS TODAY Crew of Belgian Relief Ship Arrested For Smuggling Itiiuber and Plat inum Into SEPTEMBER 3 MAY BE MADE HOLIDAY Probable That ot Entruiiuncnt of Drafted Men For Army Train ing Will Be Made By Associated national Iwliduy may be declared on Seulein ber to celebration1 the emtrain mentof the draft levies for train ing Plans have not yet been tat the Pro vost Marshal GeneraJs office regards it as FOOD CONTROL BILL BECOMES A LAW INCREASE IN WAGES RAILWAY EMPLOYES Wages of Shop Employes of the Santa Ko Tucreosed From Eleven to Fif teen Pel Cent After September By Associated increase ot from eleven to fifteen per cent In the wages of shop employes ot the Santa Fe to take effect on September 1 has boon SCORES KILLED IN CHEMICAL EXPLOSION Thirteen Mostly Tak en From the Kuins as Result ot Ex plosion in Erat FORMER PRESIDENT TAFT IMPROVING By Associated of work ers were killed and injured last night by explosion causing tire in a chemical plant near East Thirteen mostly have been recovered so and the search is being Associated i WMle the Entente guns are ham By Associated mering fflie German lines 1m Flanders I udmin tlhe infantry is not entirely istrabkm food control and rood1 survey Important gains by French and the British have report last night says Uhe British have finished driving Uie Teutons from Weaithoek and the ridge near tihe ed to the east near Bixschotie along lthe Arras There is also evi dence of the Entent activity in ffiie reports of the oxlensire raids ty the British east of important Labor bill has become having been by President L ODENEAL VOLUNTEERS FOR WAR formerly of but for several years past making Biloxl his volunteered his services to the government and important has been accepted ire the medical de conference of the labor party Odeneal is physl at Westminster today to decide tne whether tie British labor was to be successful physician and represented at tae International So1 an a and He dullst conference at Stockholm ana wU1 rOTe of seTvice on the bat It is expected that the veal decision tle front tbe withheld to await Hie allied labor conference some time late in The conference voted overwhelm to send delegates to the Stock holm VAN NORMAN TRAINING RECRUITS Six of Crew of Belgian Itelief Ship New members j of the crew of a Belgian relief ship j were arrested today in company with others who were charged with etautggliag rubber and platinum into Germany via Holland and Belgian and Italian Socialists W41 Not Attend Stockholm Convention Belgian and Italian socialists are determined not to attend International So illst conferences which wiU be held iat according to a dispatch from the Swedish Tho KaiSer and Former Knig Connie jfc Athens lispatch eays that Uhe new Greek gov has discovered1 correspond ence between Emperor William and Former King Constantine and will lay it before the Greek Van Norman received a letter a day or two ago from his Van now second lieu tenant in the regular United States The letter waa itrom Yellow stone where Lieutenant Van Norman is now trainIng recruits in the cavalry service of the Melvin Van another son of and Van left with other Greenville young men Monday for Jackson to enter the reg ular Melvin Van Norman toad been a sergeant in the Mississippi Na tional Allied Warships Bombarding Turkish Allied have since been bombarding Turkish batteries along the coasts of Asia according to a dispatch from HOLMES OFF FOR TRAINING CAMP Was Given Kirst Food for Several Days Yet JMtrlarrd Out of By Associated Clay Former President Taft was given hie first food today since tire attack of intestinal trouble struck him last The physicians would not say that tho danger was AMERICAN SEAMEN REACH AGREEMENT The American Morrluint Marine Will Be Maimed Under Aprfoment Ile twTon and Their Em LEARNED SOMETHING OF FRENCH LANGUAGE campaigners of the United States Ma rine who saw senice in Haiti and are now with the expedionary force ail went to the latter place with a good working knowledge of the The national language of Haiti is French and our sea soldiers were quick to get a smattering of Hai tien French and the French of the Parisian are not unlike and the Marines who saw service in the little island republic in the Caribbean dur ing the revolution have found their knowledge of French extremely use ful in their present NOTICE Owing to the flre In DrilJ Scott ia now Iffcat ed in lie Joe Weinberg building room 1IStf known as Holmes of will leave tonight for tihe coast and will then go j to to visit who reared and then to the Cit izens Officers Training Damp at Leon having volunteered his services and been accepted for the training to become an officer ot the United States is a man of of j just tihe kind of man to make a good army Holmes has hosts of friends here whore he was reared and has spent his lire nip to this all of whom wish Oiirn VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Free Quick Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phono FOR SALE OR TRADE UEGISTERED SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTU Vhone MORTIMEK MlilETTE RETIRES TO ENTER THE ARMY Popular and Capable Manager of Ar mour Resigns io Enter the XTnitcd States T H EJ GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DI3C VICTOR VICTROLAS and L SCHLOM JKWKIjKIl 908 Phone 801 who has been in charge of the local affairs of Ar mour for tlie past four lias resigned his position with that well known company to take effect the latter of this and will take well deserved rest of a few days before presenting himself to the officers training camp nt Leon on August Mrr Millette has been identified with Armour for ilie past 12 foiiir of whifilv was served in this where he has made for him self a host of socially as well is in abusiness who wish him good luck in his pro fession of American and a speedy return to the Qtiecn City of ithc upon the completion of the I have made Greenville my home the past four said and during that time 1 have been fortunate enough to make a host of and my one regret at leaving is that 1 take or all of them with of will succeed FOR Wonl Roadster with In conidi cheap for Ap ply to care Telephone 81 01 w block and white spotted fox about three months old had toil cut but oara were Reward for return to HOfi North 8101 w ANNOUNCEMENT The Hollowing amiouncemtn has been issued Delta Boys and Girls Club school will be held at 13th to Sunflower county Superin The faculty will be com posed of the following iFarra Demon stration Agents Sunflower county Washington county LoFlore county county Harry Carjjen Slvarkey Ya Judge Warren pounty Tallahatchie county Issaqucna county and the following Home Eco nomic demonstrators Delia Winona Miss Minid Carpen Starksville Miss Allen Greenwood Miss May Greenville Martha Clarksciiale Miss Lillian Ya zoo City Miss Katie Cleve land MissEstelle Vicksburg Orlando Miss Sa die Charleston Miss Alma An interesting program tor each day has been By Associated Amer ican seamen and their employers reached an agreement with regard to wages and working which the government officials stated solved tho problem of obligating tho men to operate the merchant fleet this country is now 1UVXS MEAN EUKNTHTUJIE OP TWO SOLDIERS FHUES HELPED RED CROSS Kills Introduced in Hoth Branches of Congress Totjay to Provide for De pendents of Soldiers and By Associated au thority to make effective the govern ments program for insuring the men of the armod forces of the Ibrought before congress today by bills introduced 1n both bouses to provide legislation framed to follow tho for the insurance at mini mum cost of American soldiers aiul and the insured men paying the premiums thefamily al lowance to dependents of the in demnification for disabilities and re habilitation at the governments ex The injured Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo will cost for two years We wisli to further urge Hhe wom en of this community to come and hslp In the department of 6urgical making to be sent to our own ibaso as our supply has been exhausted sup plying the needs of our allies the past tlhiree An enormous amount of work must be done to have a re serve supply for our own some of whom wil doubtless need No knowledge of sewing is required for most of this which is done seatedcomfortiably at and two fans and ice water are in the work If its not too hot for our men to fight for surely its not too tot for us to do this work for Unless the people of Green who have responded so gener ously in other lines of this work help thds to get we will fall be low our The work room Is open Wednesday and Friday from Id till B Wear a white eap and and sleeve pro IE waist has dark CARPENTERS STRIKE IS THREATENED Two Thousand Hvc Hundred at Work on OanUmmims nt New York Threaten to Walk By Associated New lead ers and representatives of the war and navy departments tlicir conferences today to avert a throat enod or carpRUeiv cm ployed iJi tho construction of ments at the camps in New York City and tho The of Carpenters bin a membership of all or it is might bo drawn him the proposed walk AMERICANlARINES BUY FRENCH BONDS THE WEATHER Wen the Koys Subscribed for OOO Worth of the Homls the Frenchmen By Associated American Training Canin in marines of Amer ican expeditionary forces hen today subscribed for worth if IVench war The announce ment provoked cheors from inn Preiteh tnaiinors of the BIG WAFfAXllLL UP IN THE SENATE For tonight and except showers Saturday In southeast REGULAR ARMY UP TO FULL STRENGTH Tho 15111 imposing Taxes of More Than Up ia Senate The VoluntcTs of YusUMdaj Iiruli tlio Army Ip to FJy Associated the volunteers of yestorday the regular army was raised to the full war strength Florida was the only Southern to fill its lly Associated re revenue imiwsinn taxes exceeding two billions of dol was taken up in the senate to day with the exclusive right of way utitil it has been disposed Tho dehfitt1 is to last two in tile HEBREW CHRISTIAN MINISTER REPORTS OF PLANS TO CORNER TOMATOES EXEMPTION BLANKS The PrlndMl Several Hundred and Those Desiring Ex emptions Arc Filling Them Federal Trade Commission KeiKirts Kvidcncc to Show Conspiracy Control Coast Tomito Out By Associated of a conspiracy of large pactins in terests to corner the entire tomato output of tine Pacific coast has been it is stated at tho offices of the Federal Trade Commis and McXeil Ijibby companies are report ed to be SHOEON EARTH This ia the World Fai IfermanH Army Ual built on tho Army last in EK width and whole sizes from 6 to This gives eoso to tviidor prevents foot requires no breaking in isthegroatest shoo ever built fo c o in f o r and dura bOldieris liaveworn this shoe continu ously simc the outbreak of the SpanishAmorican Made with single sole of Texas Unscoured and uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to sec the Hue of Hermans Regula As worn in Regu Army joM Bergman Shoo Men Tlie local board of Washing ton is now ready to supply the men of this district with the ni cessary affidavits supporting their claim for The hlanks this morning by Tlie DemocratTimes at the same time a small allotment arrived from As soon as supply is used tlie it is will he com flled to procure the of MIH sioiis in thv with heaiUiuarturs in Sunday the Firsl Haptisi church at 1 1 He will preach from the 1Ham This is the door of the Lord ilvto which ihe righteous shall In HIP evening at S oclock ho will on Ihe From tho TiMiipIf In Litihenslein the rhninnan of he Missionary tommittee f the Ile I brow Christian Alliance of last tliirlyfive years tind is Ihe first and the oldest preacher his people wiin desire 1o learn something of Israel and their standing now in tills grual war mil he much henefited by A lulled to procure the or priellded to ev typewritten at their n ot the in a speaker number of Ilio districts or lie state the local boards have not been as careful with them as they should have been and so flic supply is about I ITAXO Owen Tcarlier of tjassei cxaniinalions and tancrnlt exhausted and as soon as the present jn il UOOK PAR Yctull find the right place right one for you if youre RESTAURANT AND Our short orders will fill the hill for tho man in a us serve you to day and get SANITARY ANGKLO 100 Poplar Popular supply is nnsumed there will not bo another issuance of the Tho local exempliou hoard was no tifiwl to effect this by tlie governors private The exemption board lias been act ing on the affidavits as fast as they have been filed in the past few 1 but the work has been necessarily j due to the fact it has been j impossible to secure the printed af fidavits and claimants were com pelled to a form typewritten at thorr own A list containing 101 names lias been certified to the district board and will be ready for printing tomorrow afternoon and as fast as affidavits are filed now they lie acted on by the In a circular letter received from the governor this morning it was Icnrnod that men fiilerl in pass the physical examination are subject to a further at tbe discretion of the local and must report to them as soon as the condition on wrbich they wrere excused no longer and in manner the war de partment hopes to cut down the large number of niftn who have been excus ed on a minor trial a I Camp per in Money ghidhrefunded if not satis or cnli at S17 Washington SSfp2mo CITY REGISTRATION Tlio City Resist ration lionks Closcd Yesterday With Only on he Than The city registration hooks JIH now closed anil those who failed to register tho last will bo unable to voto at the forthcoming The registration has been very slow this duo to the great amount of interest in other tilings and tlio wnnlnf popularity of politics and only 725 inou Imvo registered Kind of this number It is said tliat ISO uid possibly will ho WANTED PLANTATION MANAGER with good references BARNETT After the show youll always fmcl a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AOICKTS FOH 1ALLOWAY W10 ALSO HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850   

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