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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi AIHJIJ8T I V DES1WED BY FIRE iiru ICetweeu anil a Million IKtllars Many People Arc Ijeft SUGGESTION TO UlCSTOKJB BEL AVD POPE GIVES PEflCE MS Entente Diplomats Believe Move In Spired by Germany in Attempt to Split Allies by Conflicting Discus ByAssociated peace pro posal made toy Pope Benedict has delivered to all the Tie Pope suggests the resoration of and a peaceful solution of all problems of Trdest afld According to reports received from Vatican it is expected the will foe published today by the The reduction of the settlement ot all international dis putes by the freedom of the no retaliatory measures af ter the war and the economic struggle for supremacy are the foundation stones of the Popes No Official Cognizance of tho Pro posal at state department acknowledges that it received unofficial knowledge of Pope IBenedicts peace proposals be fore but consideration will not be given it until after a consultation with the No cognizance will he tak en until alter the proposition is made At the Apostolic rtion all knowledge of tihe Popes pro posal is but the opinion is expressed that it will come to the American government through the Tie Entente freely expressed the opinion the move was inspired by Ger many in an attempt to split the ai Jias in conflicting discussions of their L They are all without advices of any Mnd from thiMr own but seem deeply interested in theAs sociated f ress Included In the restoration of ritory the popes proposal insists that Germanys colonies could be Tne proposal declares that the jury to all the belligerents has been so that there should be no thought of reparation except for re tUTn of v By Associated last night destroyed the business sec tion of a mining town near causing a loss which is esti mated between and rendering several hundred Two persons were burned to AMERICANLABOR LIST W THOflK GRANTHD THBUt lI8OKAKCiK UNDERWEIGHTS BEGUILED BIG GKKMAJf SUBMAKINE KEPOKTEI THE FREHC1T60 FORWARD British Destroyer Is Jubilant Over the Iteport That British Labor Leaders Socialist TOHEP CANADA Ust Tlse in Soiond Call Certified as Most of Whom Ask lixomp Associated lias neon of finally informed that China declared war on Germany and the declaration dating from ID oclock this French Penetrate the German French forces penetrated the German lines near Rhiems in two places last it IB Big German Subiunrinc i German siib j one o tile largest has been tawed into according to telegram from which stated the submarine waa reported to been rammed in the Korth Sea with a lOS of three of its British Destroyer de stroyer has been by a mine in the North The twu of ficers and men were Austria Jubilant Over Decision of British Austrian newspapers arc jubilant over the de cision of the British labor confer ence to send delegates to Stockholm ifor the socialists and the resignation of Arthur Henderson from the war They claim to see therein important events her alding the dawn of Canadnns NcediPK Help to Harvost At the executive of the Grain Draw on United Washington county exemption hoard States Hor district numWr held at the court house yesterday ac tion was takenon claims for ex By Associated j j labor for harvesting of the Cana dian grain be supplied un der an agreement reached today by the Canadiau government and de partment of labor Imrni gration will be waived by both supported by TO THK PUBLIC Until September by special ar I am able to send THE ILlrtJSTftATTD The Worlds Greatest Picture Magazine to any addrese in Gieonvilie and Washington county on i MONTHS FOR TRX nr one whole year for 2r Send yuurj orders and cash to at I The i their affidavits claiming 18 were granted their discharge from service iu national but are subject to the recall of the The board has certified 63 more in addition to the Hat previously and of this number all hut five have claimed exemptions on the grounds of Those who were granted their dis paarge because of a dependent wife yesterday are Alfredo Green ville Xazareno Dunlicth Ed ward Greenville Mc Dudley Wheat Greenville Green Those who were granted their ills charge because of a dependent wife and children are Elizu Arthur beland Sonny Hourbon Liim Bur detle Greenville AleUalfe Joe Greenville GreenVille Palooubo the assistant poutmas ter was excused because of his assist auce in the handling of the and Grovor of was excused because of it dependent These men have been certified to tho district board number at having been discharged from military service by the lool Tho board has also issued a call for men who had been previously examined and excused by the board because of lack of weight but accord ing to a ruling received from the Provost Marshal these men will be given another ex amination and unless they are other wjs0 physically or Ibeir exemption claims wiill be cer tified for The men recalled are Willie Per Helm Harrison Le jand Ben belaud John Tribbett John Metcalfe Chester Greenville George Rigney Greenville Isaac Cal Greenville John Priscilla Shirley Winterville Greenville Charlie Elizabeth George Greenville Isaiah belaud Houston Greenville John Itairts John belaud Frank Priscilla Robert Winterville Frank Thomp Greenville Manuel Helm Arch Prjpcillu Austin TKOOls THKXTV IN UNOEB BENEBAL MUNI Slatos of Alabama and Are in the Ust li i Albert Willie TOMORROW NIGHT Bessie Barriscale PIANO PUPILS WANTED Owen Teacher ot Piano examinations and itau last session in the Southern Indus trial at Camp Ala per payable in advance Money gladly refunded if not satis or call at 817 Washington 88fp2mo VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing ffree Quick Senlet ih Echols Auto 102 Poplar Phone SALE OR TRADE REGISTERED SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAFE AND GENTMJ Phone MORTIMER JOBBAN OET THE GENUINE EDI30N DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR VICTROLAS and i LSCHLOM MM WESTERN HOSPITALITY SHOWN THE JAPS The JaPanesip Mission Entertained a Pacific Tort inTrue Ameri can BAWBS o BLUE RIDGE In this latest of TriangleKay Bee of ings we have the mountain wilderness of old and a veritable dryad of living again in the rnossy carpeted She is a wondrous dreaming of her Prince and living the simple life of her simple Then Prince Charming and through stress and storm they go hand in hand toward hap A beautiful play of all that is and sweet and Dont miss 4 L eland and The men who were certified to the district and whose exemption claims not allowed are Victor Lcland Mli Greenville Fred Greenville West Leland Fred Bourbon Herod Greenville Enoch Winterville Claibimie Helm Cornelius Greenville Have Weilenman Ixander Winterville John Jlctcaile Robert Weilenman Dan ilub Greenville Edd Greenville Alonzo Bour bon William Greenville Bus I tor Greenville Alex Cjir I Ozv Winter By Associated plana for sending the Notional Guard troops to France has been perfected liy the War divi sion which will be organized is made to include the troops of 20 and the District of will bs in command of Brigadier General of the regular The stales include AbNumu The First Amliulanna Pompany oC Tennessee beiiiK nated as a part of the will be known as the 117th Sanitary ALL OF SPAIN NOW UNDER MARTIAL LAW Tho Duo to tin General which is Spraidlnu Over the By Associated The whole of Spain is under martial law following disorders resulting from the general slriku which is Tho disturbances in various places by the GENERAL DEBATE ON THE WAR TAX BILL Leland Henry Iloiirbou John Lament Albert Lelaud Martin John Dunleith Nathan Greenville Lcroy Green villeCharley wintervlllo Al flreetiville Hiehiird i Ijamont Sylvester John Dnnloitii Cal Tin Motley Helm Tommy Mose Greenville Alexander Greenville Jacob Winterville Those who did not claim exemp tion are Singleton Andy Swiftwaler Tlon Winferville Willie fkildi Nwiring Ilnal Stag Accoidjiig i Ue Two More Senators Have Civcn Notice to Kuner al debate nil the war tax hill is near iiiK its final siane when the senate resumed its nt tha Only two more enatore have Riven notice they will speak altnr it is planned to take up the coinmiUee SICK TRAVELING MAN WELL AGAIN By Associated A iacific hos pitality of the west was offered today for the entertainment of the Japanese mission which arrived here Automobile rldea and a review of the United States troops took up most of the time of the SHAW ADDRESSED TEACHERS Let Your Idle Books Help Our Soldiers Public Library and Red Cross Our young men are sacrificing their profes sional training and homo life to serve their They need hooks and current mag azines for recreation and di version in lonely You can help them by donating books and which will bo forwarded to army the and the Books on the Popular Trav History and as well is Short Detective Stories of the Sea are Any readable hook of gou mil will appeal to tho sol as there are men of varying among DpYOUR BIT by Immediately bringing to THE GREENVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY uch books na you wish to f not later than August It you cannot bring tho books phono SHOE ON EARTH This is tho World Famous ncrnmns Army 15ai J CTTIUF built on tho J Army last EB width and from 6 to 11 Tliis shoe gives onsu prevents foot requires no is the shoe e v o built for comfort and dura soldiens haveworjathis shoe continu ously sinee the outbreak of tlie SpanishAmerican Made with single sole of Texas Unscourctl Oakland uppers of Tan Willow Calf or Box Call to see the line of Ariuy lermans Regula T n S s Army As worn in Regu lar Army JshI Bergman Tlie Shoe Men of oot ing State visited Llic Colored Normal and addressed the lie expressed himself as highly de with lhfi vork he saw in proj 1 j i Sam an manual j training tench will visit the Nor j mai on ThnsnUiy and Kriday anil i teach tho teachers how to malic aj j luili score ol nsotul articles with Lh simplest of tho Col is svhoduled to visit tin Normal this i The enrollment 1 j i and is Crowing j popular t ravelinK representHK Markstoin of to Greenville some days ago with in of iH after a day a at the Kings Daiighlers was ablo in rot urn husinoss NOTICE Owlng to the are In tha Brill Scott la now IScat ed in the Joe Wefnberg room ANOTHER BIG LOAN FOR THE A3 I IPO llotwcen Two and Hiliions More to lie and More Than Millions o lljisel liy Tax WANTED PLANTATION MANAGER with good references BARNETT If yon want to dinfe in cool in a well ap pointed i COHIO Heaiiloa a comfort able wo alfio offer you the best foods the sea son porfcrtly cookcxl Our prices aro Come in and try us for dinner SANITARY ANGELO 100 JPoplar Popular will be to authorixe an other loan to the Allies ot between I three four Sec retary iMcAdoo and Chairman Kileh of House Ways and Means Committee also agreed today on the desirability of raising a Ijirser sum than two billions for war purposes by After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone NOMINATION OF MANY GENERALS Sent to Seiuilo by tlu Today for nom ination of more than two hundred uiajors and brlfHullef Rcnerals for the how Including nil national guards Kcnonil oCloers wore ont to tho Bonbto tlo Prealilont for Cw v L musuY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOB GALLOWAY WR ALSO HAVK ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850
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