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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              jfE NEWS AUGLST HEAVY DEATH TOLL UEBNECHT THE FIRST BALE OF HEAT WAVE RELEASED FROM JAIL OF THE 1917 CROP Estimated That 955 Died From Heat in New York During last noc IFIUSJTOH REGAIN THURSDAY HAI6 ACHIEVES OBJECTIVES Beimlse AnstioGcrmans on Northern German of European Neutrals Meeting to Dis cuss Amatols Entrance in By Associated Marshal Haig MB the ground won Friday on Flanders ifronit east of the Tyres sice heavy German counter The new ground so gained by tine British is on the right wins near the YipresMenin road and Covers the remainder of the twomile Croat runming north from Ypres to All the objectives of the British were f The French forces to tine 9t regained nearly all o the lines which the Ger mans penetrated North By Awodatod Now total of deaths caused by the heat wave of a week In New is estimated at 9 by the weekly bul letin issued by the department of FORMER PRESIDENT TAFT MUCH IMPROVED Socialist Leader In Gorman Reichstag Jailed Last Year Saidto Have Tu By Associated Karl Letb the Socialist leader of the Ger man arrested in connec tion with the day demonstration Bale ol Cotton of This Years Orop From Received By Crittenden ceived He Is said to bo suf fering from By Associated Clay mer President Taft showed marked today from his attack of intestinal CERTMED AS FIT FOR SERVICE The first ibale of Iho cotton crop of 1917 gathered in this section re ceived just after noon today by Crittfcnden j of Vilhure In Berlin In lias beeu liberated I cotton beine gathered from according to reports re1 Nortons plantation in Chacot Tile cotton was brought over on is neatly full standard sta ple good and classes strict middling had the cot ton placed on display at the Cotton The bale will be sold at auction to the highest bidder early next week and we look for it to bring a big The first bale this year is ten days later than the first bale received here last FOOD CONTROL BILL IN OPERATION Administrator Hoover Says His lHse is t Stabilize and not to L1SI OF IJBItSOKS CALLED INTO TUB SEUYIGti OF THE UNITED STATES NOT EXEMPTED OK Local Board Washington certifies of the Atone they recaptured and held to Division trenches which the Germans had tht Iollowjnfi llst ot tlle names of recently taken south of uave 1een aucl reoently taken south of In the Champagne sector the Ger mans made an attack over a twomile front which was broken uii by the i Order Serial called for military servtee of the Uni ted and who have not been exempted or discharged except at one point north of wlhile even here the Ger mane were afterward AopwoGennan Attacks Repulsed by 1 Austro attacks yesterday In the re gion of the villages of Volo and Glfestichi on the northern German front were repulsed by the the Teutons driven across the says tihe offi cial Hhe battle is in progress near smith in northeastern Qa BOport That Neutrals Will Meet to America in the foreign oiflcerejuses to comment on the re port first published in Christiana that taken the iniiaative in WviBmg European neutral govern1 nteuts to a conference at Stockholm ia discuss the situation resulting itrom Americas entrance into the Labor Resigns From British Hender a laJbor member the British resigned membershipin 1 8 9 U 12 14 In ID 21 Bj 27 H3 3C 36 4i 01 u Gil G6 S3 97 98 103 MM 109 116 117 12I2 1124 the and addressing the la 136 Jxr conference yesterday he advised 13G sending British delegates to the Stockholm Kotunnnian Tixwps Forced to Retire For Distance of Three a stub tiorni fight Thursday the Roumanian troops southeast of Okna were forced to retire for a distance of three Bast of the Fokshani railway the Teu ton attacks were the Rus sians taking JOO VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Quick Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phone SU FOR SALE OR TRADE REGISTERED SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTLE Phone MORTIMER THE GENUINE X EDISON DIAMOND VICTROLAS 1 L SCHLOM JBWRLKB A Phono 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Carter Mitchell Freeman Albert A Crayton Bedrick Smith Lester itemis Oscar Gillespie Malkiih Johnson Alfred Johusou Willie Daniels Jiaoob Watts Clarence Jolinson James Sajiders Jointer LuecksnbacTi Clarence Perkins Sam Darris Columbus Price Will Hankins Willie Jones Burden Hunter Henry Holstou Phil Mooro Jesse Williams SolonvonAbraham Williams John Sadboy James Davts Perry John Lipscomb John Daniels Peim Banks Oscar Taylor Davo Martin James Boyd Thomas Soay Lonzo Clark RiaharcV Jones George Kutlor George NYilson Robert Fountain Andrew Jenkins Oarl Hayes MOOTO Loroy Blosslngg OhnrllO Kidloburg IYert Wllholm Joseph By Associated ma cMnery for comtrolling the nations food supply was set in motion today following the announcement of the appointment of Herbert Hoover as food The various agencies for putting into effect the food survey and regulating be gan the exercise of corrective powers In order to place the fooil supply on awar time basis The purpose of the food administration is to staMl not to declared Admin istrator LA FOLLETTE OFFERS PEACE RESOLUTIONS EXPLOSIVE PLANT BADLY DAMAGED Million Dollar Powder Factory Near Half Two By Asboclated be lieved to be or incendiary origin de stroyed half of the million dollar plant of the Aetna Explosives Com j near aiero Two em ployes named Rutland and Ohoiaser were The plant working on government with a ra pacity of pounds of powder per 2166 53ti 548 878 1G76 91 7 75 1GS2 2181 I 178 2374 2ftl 1 432 739 1751 i2319 i020 1651 1 206G lil7 75 721 786 983 l56O 542 582 1G73 188 7 2100 I82 15 855 539 147C C45 1817 2119 1211 15 SO 23fiB S70 1054 iSo 2005 353 G37 3Gtt 2102 2 IK 3GS 1237 1142 1765 14 4 S 1ftS il423 JOS IOIi ftl9 223111 705 944 1783 939 1715 3C8 850 814 1070 4 221 292 2286 Senator Ottered a Fool Peace Kcsolution in tbc Scnaic pertce resolution was introduced today in the senate by Senator LaFolicWfl which provides that this government define definitely the objects for which we are continuing the the allies also to make publlc their re statement oS the peace SMITH MAKES STATEMENT SECOND fAIL EXAMINATIONS IJKGAN THIS IOItN13i 11KKK GENERAL CHOWDERS ORBEBS Marriages After May to General Orowdcr Will IK Con sidered ON Single THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION WISE Watching Closely the Action of Coal Who Would Advance lieyond By Associated 1 deal ers who increased the price of an thracite over ten cents per be fore September will be considered by the federal trade as an opening for declaring the policy of profiteering and is taken to in the white man who is dicate that bituminous prices will be Now orders reccivid by the local exemption board tor Wash ingtoncounly from Provost General tightens the lines closer around men claiming exemptions from the army draft oceans thiy an1 married Crowder has ruled that men who married stacp May IS will be considered no matter if have married a widow with chil In thrso if it is proved by the government upon that a couple married so the man might escape both to arrest and if On the other Crowder holds if a man marries a woman who is working the time o their or and If she is in a to work that man may not be exempted because the dis trict appeal boards have been notified that such cases the woman Is not totally dependont on the It is also held that if a man IKIR a and claims ox DISCUSSWG THE WAR REVENUE BUI Chairman Simmons of Senate Finance ConUUee JYesenta Uio KUi in to bo by M the By Associated Thc war tax bill is subject of debate in the somite Chairman Simmons of the fi nance committee resumed his speech in further explanation of the measure where ho left off a Republican nifinbcr or the finance Mas an nounced his purpose to speak when Simmons GERMANS WILL NOT PAY AMERICANS Iasscd by Federal Council ITObibitiiifj Germans Jrcnn Iayhifc Oilucux of United Stales Amounts Dim By Asvoclated or federal has passed a nieas prohiliiMnE Germans from moJt iiiK paymoms to citizens orVrpsidenti Uio United OFF FOR NEW YORK emption on that if any Dave WelnberK leaves tonight for Now York where will make hjs early fall purchases in the very latest styles Mint cam be II3 expects to send back within the next few a stock of the high ost finality and best that can j he ihtul in the Now York for o Woinberg confined in the county jail on the of assault with intent to kill Johnnie and Halbert stated this morning that he wished to cor rect the report that the two Wray boys had stolen the watermelon over which the dispute is alleged to have He said le has always had the deepest respect for the hoys as well as the two boys them selves and he wishes to correct the report that they would steal The report is said and I wisli to make it clear to the public in justice to the two boys as well as their that that was not the case at The trouble was purely personal and Johnnie and Halbert Wray would not steal if they were reduced PIANO PUPILS WANTED j i ji iijri i i owon Teacher Of B Srnytho iPasftc sxaniinatlons and tauglft last session in the Southern Indus trial at Camp per payable in Money gladly refunded if not satis Phone or call at 817 Washington SSfp2mo Owing to the fire In the Bijli Scott in now Ideat ed In the Joe Welnberg room 1J9H MOSTGOHTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This iB the World Fiimousl HcrniaDs Army liul built on the Array last in E E width and whole sizes from G to 11 This shoe gives ease to tender provoiits foot roq uiros breaking anij ts greatest shoo over b u i 11 f soldiecfi this shoe continu ously since tbc 5 outbreak of the HpanishAmeriean Made with single sole of Texas Unsecured Oakland uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to see the line of Army ISlflC xvorn in Regu lar Army hl Bergman The Shoe Men relatives or friwul3 aprw to cnrc for them while the husband is in tho that man will not be Xo fireman or policeman will lie exempted became of any industrial The samt ruling applies to any students who may claim similar Not even ore fjovernmoat mail car riers to be The it is has heen tightened so as to for army govern ment deputy United States marshals and clerks of federal courts if their positions can be filled by oth ers who are not of army service The examination of the second lot of men began this morning when the first hundred men presented themselves at the court bouse at S and the examining board con Stone aud Ferguson began the examinations which will fill the district number one quota for Washington and from Indications from the exam ining it will be only a short time until required number is re The men who are being examined j this morning seem to be in a better physical condition than first draft and a larger per cent of them are I passing the rigid examination fled a j fewer number are claiming oxehipi i WoinbeiK will bo with and assist ihlm in COMMISSIONS TO OFFICERS TRAINED By Associated sions have boen issued to officers in the training camp at Fort it was announced In the list is Hyner or Port us second FOR ror one milcli cow in firsl class giving splendid milk for further par phone or see W IMS Sueet WILL PROSECUTE EXEMPTION BOARD Siil Niw Exemption Hoard Kemovcd and Hicjis to Iros Members TaUen by District HOWARD PARDE IN THE COUNTY JAIL liarfjixl With Killing His Oscar By Astociated Now 11 to members of tlio east sidu exemption board who wore yesterday removed from office by order 3f tho President lor alleged irregularities in and for a swooping of alleged ir regularities in other dislricts was tak en today by District Attorney Howard a was brought from isola lato yesterday nfj ternoon and placed in the county jail after he tart been placed under ar rest by the county authorities on the charge of killing his Oscar ivhen the latter refused him permission to marry his brothers lloward claims be killed his broth er in self defense after the latter hnrt j threatened to take his life about woman of hie Pardewill be arraigned in justice court sometime within tlin near LOOK PAR Youll find the right place rlgbt one for you If youre RESTAURANT AND Our ehort orders will fill the bill for the man In a us norvo you to day and got BANITAKY 100 ANOKIX Popular MAIN STREET TO BE STRAIGHENED City toimcll Graiils Petition of 1rop rrty Owners in Regard to Stralght eniii Main Knst nn adjourned meeting of the city council held at the City Hall last evening it wan decided by the council men that Main at the would be straightened to conform in the now permanent roads which now In the course of A petition of property owners was presented asking the The necessary legal papers are now In hands of the city Judge and an soon as they are ready for publication tho tax payers will lie notified of tilie cmiteiviilated and work slarled at PLANTATION MANAGER good references BARNETT After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone iffc mooting of Greenville on Mon August nt 8 Inltlft L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE ILLINOIS AND HEW ASH Phone 850   

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