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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi to m NEWS OF INTEREST AIRFbANKS IV SOUTHEAST KSfi liISH COAST 1IAII DESTIIOYKD ERMAN JIBPUNES LOST Both tho British mid French Govern ments Oppose the Socialists At eending Stockholm FIVE AMERICANS GO DOWN ON STEAMER DRAFTED MEN TO MORE LUMBER liritish Steumer City of Athens Down Near Capetown j ican Missionaries Among the By Associated Amer ican passengers were lost when the liritish City of struck a mine and was sunk near South on August according to todays state depart ment dispati ten other passengers and our of the crow were also Four ol ths Americans were mission aries and 19 other missionaries were REPORT IN SEPTEMBER Thirty Per September Thirty Per Cent Thirty IdCent and lialatico Soon Thereafter as By Associated General Crowder announced today that thirty per cent of the men draft ed will be culled to the colors on September beginning the move ment that another MO per cent September 1 and the third I50 per cent September the remainder as soon thenifter as ORDERS FROM SOUTH Orders More Lumber VYom Southern lino Emergency Bureau for By Associated for lumber for more ships have been placed by the Emergency Fleet Cor poration with the Southern Pine Kniergpucy it was announced Contracts were let for the construction of the ships some time j there has been difficulty in obtaining the necessary timber for their TO SlIMJBVISK THE 1H8 TIUIUTHKV WHEAT By Associated is noth ing special to report on the Franco Belgian front the official communication German Airplane Raiders ou English Coast German yesterday raided the southeast coast watering were destroyed by the according tc the offi cial Btatement which was issued by tte government It says that one machine was a Gotha airplane aud the other one was a PWUisislon Jiot Granted to Socialists For Bonar the government spokesman in ithe House ot told the members this afternoon that the eminent had decided that permission to attend the International Socialist Conference at would not granted the British HOLLAND BUY FIRST BALE FORMER PRESIDENT TAFT MINERS RETURN French Oppose Stockholm decision that French socialist delegates shall go tho Internationa Conference at announced places Albert minister munitions and socialist in a delicate position similar to that of Arthur Henderson of Great who resigned from the British cab Tho First Bole of of the Crop of IteceUed Here Purchased by for Holland The first bale of cotton of tho crop of received in Greenville Satuiday by CJrititenden cotton from M Nor of Lake was sold at the Cotton Exchange this morning at auction to the highest of the lirm of io iand cotton being the Billy bid up and up and finally bought the cotton for per The halo weighed showed a stable of full one and one sixteenth and classed strict middling The bale brought the neat sum of one of the most ac tive cotton huyers in the In forms The DemocratTimes that he will secure from the first bale type samples to send to the various milib to show the class of the seasons crop of the Delta STEADILY IMPROVES By Associated Clay 1 tinued improvement was shown today in the condition of former President who has been con fined to his bed for the past several days with intestinal NEW TELEPHONE BOOKS DISTRIBUTED district manager of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph with offices in has had a corps of men distributing new telephone books which have beencorrected up to Jul as is the usual custom of this well known TO WORK AT JELLICO Ahiinl of the Striking Miners in Hetiirned to By Associated ports from Jellico state that about of the striking miners returned to work today in the co Mining MISSISSIPPI AS FIRST LIEUTENANT By Associated the students whrj were examined fo commissions at Fort was C Kuochs of who was appointed first lituteuant AFTER THE SALCKERS UP IN CHICAGO SUPPLY BASES REPORTED Renewed Reports of German AVirc loss Station and Supply Base oJi Mexican Gulf Coast May By Associated reports of a hidden German wireless with supply bases on the Mexican Gulf coasl may lead to a search of these waters by American The territory named in the report is Lobos Island and the soast of Those Who Attempted to Kvade Mil itary Service Have lieon Certified as iFit and Will Jle Arrested When By Associated registered men who attempted to evade mili tary duty by not appearing before the exemption were placed today upon the lists certified for service and the federal agents were given the names the men and will at tempt to find The round up 01 slackers continues and 46 al leged slackers were arrested in one district last JOSE OF KILLED PIANO PUPILS WANTED Oivcn i eacher of Piano Passed examinations and last session in the Southern Indus trial at S3 OO per payable in Money gladly refunded if not satis Phone or call at 817 88fp2mo VULCANIZING Ante Tire Repairing Quick Ssrrtea Echols Auto KciMHtod to Havo Been Shot by a Small Band of Home Guards at Xogales August By Associated Ynez revolutionary leader and former chief of staff for was shot and killed at the Nogales August by a small band of home according to news brought here today by Salazar was Sue of the most dar ing and noted of the revolutionary leaders in 102 Poplar Phone li FOR SALE OR TRADE REGISTERED SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTIJG Phono MOTCTIMEH TOMORROW NIGHT William Director General WORLD PICTURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELL and JUNE ELV1DGE THE PRICE OF PRIDE CAST INCLUDING GREELKY Story by Milton Directed by Harley Half brothers look exactly One is a Tim other an clean The desperado holds up the train on which Uie easterners sweetheart is She thinks the desperado is her Complication swiftly follows until the tangled thread is unraveled in a smash surprising O B T GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR VICTROLAS and L SCHLOM JEWELER EIGHTEEN HUNDRED STUDENT OFFICERS At Fort Meyer Training fmnp Klgh Hundred Summit Officsrs Will HiCommissioned Uito To By Associated hundred student officers at the Fort training camp will be commissioned officers late today in the presence of cabinet members of army nnd navy Secretary of War Maker will deliver the graduating THE COURT HOUSE During the rain and lightning storm tills afternoon light ning struck tho tall dome of tho Washington county court house and knocked a few stones and struck tho wires I hat carried tho nurrenl for lights at tho court No sorloiin damage was mil our county officials wore ft HUlo bit anxious for a few seconds tor foar of damage to tlie countys tomplo of SHOE ON EARTH HEEMAMS ASMY Herman ice the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican Hade with single sole of Texas I Unsecured uppers of Tail Willow Calf or Hox Call to see the line ot Army As worn in Regu lar Army Bergman The Shoe Men SBGiaHi COMFORTABLE DINING SANITARY ANORLO 100 If you want to dine in cool in a well ap poiuled come Besides a comfort able also offer you I he very best foods tho sea son pcrtVctly cooked ind Our prices are Come In andtry ua for dinner Popular GENERAL DEBATE ON WAR TAX BILL Krsunxvi In the Srnntr This Morn Hope lii the Bill Within Two By Associated cle on bill ii souatfi today and leitlcrs hopeior the pa ssu go ol Ui bill i i i o c untily hc limit nt i ft GRftIN CONTROL BOARD NEW RULES TO GOVERN May Supervise DRAFT EXAMINATIONS MalllltlUturo of Hour and lircail and Take Over1 American By Associated tion of a control board wilhiu the food administration of the food control law to supervise ilie clisi bution of Uie nwmifactmv of flour and of bread will bi airiouuced in a few If tlm 5W the Swoncl Call porl Saturday for lailix U Acordiug to new orders rert Sheriff chairman by nf the May Eliminate Trading in gov ernment will take over the entire wheat crop if necessary to conserve the supply ior the fighting forces cif the alllcsiiiid reduce the cnfd lo the aceoriug to tlie au nomicemeut of Herbert Hoover re garding the policies of the food ad ministration of Hour ami bread are tin chic f of the program to include the elim ination of trading in futures and the establishment of buying licensing Uu elevators and mills at fair THE DELTA BOYS STAND THE TESTS Another evidence of the superior ity of the Helta over those from other parts of the anl else was shown in a recent hike of more than followed by Until exemption number for Washington a will bo sont out sometime near future to a large number of men who examined by board during the firsi weei the first and were oause of being for a re when the new rules or weights and examinations will be niit into A iew rule for conducting tlie wilh regard to and weiKht hns been received by board and it ited thai uiini Imr of fiood soldiers will fniin first batch of men who were iKpauM1 of being under The new rules that men inches will be allowed 8 IMU7 to 1G imuuds in It pounds 7071 LMi ID atifi imihes jxninds will A irreaiir per ent of Uie men ainineil Saturday passid the rlsid ex amination than during the previous One hundred ami fiftyfive men of I hiMO reported and were of this number 37 iibl lo shnw ami unless they re port some time will be cirti fietl to the district More than fifty per cent of thcmen who passed examination have a run ol one at fclie for sa traiuing camp at Port Logan 1 Hoot the of when men from all parts i I pnr COIIL tlmn claimed at states In training there began falling by the while all the Delta boys stood up under the rigid The men had been out on a 13 mile hik3 over the country ami wero returning to the camp when the or der for double time was given and they were off on the All the men were tired from their long hike and the order for double time was received with heavy hearts but the boys responded as best they and put every ounce of their eneigy the previous Four of tho men called have already enlisted in the service and four have been or dered to report The to lal number of men who were found to be physically for scrviciis Riv en at 43 were found to bo physically unfit for duty under tho All men who have filed claims Tor who were rxamnnrf dur ing and have filed and put every ounce 01 uieii their forward to obey the but only the fittest remained to the and j or early toJ i among the men lo rinih the hist else it will too j on tho rim were all tho Delta fiijns The for filing such affi davits has hut due to tin tats j arrival of he tlie has I been until 1 exemption board went into IPOITCIV session 1 oclock thiV NAVlGAlt ISSUED to 40 i affidavits which havn already been IIANY LICENSES TO i Wliilc Hnr Thiiusand Have j i in tlio Are Vo j Vile in to Over three thousand limnses to navigate him been issued to boat owners in the Second Section of Scott Is now lowit Eighth Naval hut many ln 6 Joe Welnberg dreds more remain to be 303 12JU ir iily make application for licenses for j their own hut to pass j word along to their friends and acj jQuaintances who may know the j necessity of having their boats lii j All boats propelled by sails or ma j chinery must be This li1 I cense from the Navy Department is j I in addition to any license that rnayi required by other departments ot the Corporations ov persons having vessels under charter may take out licenses for the boats without waiting for owers to There is no charge for these li and application blanks may he had upon request addressed to the licensing PLANTATION MANAGER with good references BARNETT IPETE ANDERSON After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at i the man who appreciates iyour isocias and iced refresh IS DISCHARGED Phone iisUre Vltaiinim Considers lliMint Hold Andir HOII on Cliarge of 1ele a employed of the Cireenville Kroirry was formally discharged this morning when he was given a hearing I before Judge Oliaiinnn tico on the charge 1 Judge Oliannon held lhal there was sufflclont evidence to hold An derson for trial before the circuit Attorney Van Hnddic represOit cd tho nnJ made a strong tor hlft while Prosecut ing Attorney William Toomlw roproaontod tho state in hin usual for cible L MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGETNTS FOE GALLOWAY WB HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850
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