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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                              EMOCRATTIMES PRINTSTHE NEWS WHILE ITS NEWS AUGUST 1017 tiONWKV KKrOKTS AMERICANS WOUNDEI ON JUKJfCHFKOXT WON IMPORTANT SUCCESSES A general srlike has Kour Tons of liomlis tons of were dropped iiy aeroplanes Tuesday on the Maritime arsenal at causing a number or according to tihe Austrian war office PLAN TO ADVERTISE THE NEXT BOND SALE FIRST DRAFT FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY Tons ol Bombs Propped by Austrians on Ship losses for the By Associated In three sectors of the Fraiieo Belgian front tho French and Brit tali today new successes in their offensive operations are once more Attacks were made by the near Ypres and the French on the Aisne front Ground was won by the British in yesterdays attack near Lens includ ing Hill which was held in the of strong German counter at General flaig The reports given out by London jxewspapers that wounded American Boldlers from the western front ar rived at the hospital at are without official at British and French war offices report all objectives have been at In todays French Muke Successful British Front in forces of the Entente at day break made another drive on a wide front east of The first on slaught of the French surged across river where many pris Italians Steamers unl Five Sailing Italian mer chant marine losses during the week ending August was six steamers and five sailing Presented to Socrctaay McAlloo by National Advertising Ailvisoty Which its By Associated fcd plan of advertising the of Liberty Loan in news pauJrs and other mediums of public to cost from a million lo two mil lion dollars to be paid fir by tho was today lo Secretary McAdoo by the uaiumal ad vertising advisory with the recommendations that it be IF AMERJCANlROOPS WOUNDED NOT KNOWN Driven Across Seroth Jlussian Koumanian forces were driven across the Sereth river by the the war office announces and pris oners and 16 guns were Premier LJoydGoorpe Says There is HO Danger of Idigkuid Lloyd George the House of Commons to day said that with reasonable econ omy there is no danger of England MEXICAN GUNBOATS PATROL GULF SHORE Ordered to Make a Careful 1atrol of the Gulf Shore and to Stop At to Violate 13y Associated Mexico have been ordered to make a careful Only One Steamship of Large milllPnil Capacity i CLAUD JOHNSON one French of more than tons tihree vessels of a smaller size sunk during the week ending ist according to the French IN REGULAR ARMY Claud Johnson is another Greenville bov who Imi more than f t Jlill lllu L I VV tiJ Ltlilll Gcneml Strike in in the res occasioned by the scarcity of food I Jed by the cabinet crisis in the social ist cabinet during the course of its NOTICE Owing to the Bre In the Brii Scott la now locat ed in Uie Joe room 1I9U FOR SALE OR TRADE KEGISTEKED SPOTTED SHETLAND 1ARE AND COLT SAFE AN1 GENTLK Pjone MOKTIMEU ular United States John son volunteered his services when tlie Mexoan border tronbUn were on and was a member of Missis sippi National From the company four selected to go to the officers training Johnson being one of the and of mentionof the latter being made in yesterdays The news comes that Claude Johnson has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the regular Uni ted States army and expects to be off for France at no distant His hosts of friends expect for him honor and glory and hope for his safe re turn Tho lleiHiried Wounding of Ajiieri eans on the French 1oiit Not Kc cOjved Officially at By Associated the war nor the navy departments had any Information of the reported wounding of American troops on the western The officials announced they would make public the announcement wiieii tho information was received pro vided it did not conflict with mil itary GOVERNMENT WILL LOOK AFTER Tlie Department of Justice Prepared to Deal Severely Idnstrial Workers IiHerferc With By depart ment of it is stated is prepared to deal swiftly and severely with the activities in the northwest and elsewhere of the Industrial of the insofar as it relates to the stoppage or curtailment of the production of the Industries whose continuance esesential to the prosecution of thy Tho Quota for tho District Filled Exemption Boards Good The exemption board of the Gresn villoLeland known as dis trict composed of Sheriff circuit and have been very active in the per formance of tiheir acting promptly and intelligently on every order from the war department through tile governors office and the result is that today they have certi fied to the district board more than tihe quota of ilM allotted to this dis The report given below of the suits of the work has been signed and From the reports at hand the local exemption board has acted with more Promptness and with more persistent effort than any board in the The report follows Certified to district Physically 1 fi Discharged by local 29 i Failed to appear for examination 32 I Ordered examined by other bdB 4 Enlisted in military 6 Officers training camp 2 i Died since registration 1 Prisoners on county farm and pen 6 Cases now under 2 Twentyfive persons who were cer tified as physically deficient on first examination have leen called for Persons certified to district board from second call of to date Local Board Washington Coun Grand total certified to district board to August PAPAL PEACE PUf 01 ACCEPTABLE KMMNTR BI4UKVK IJV PROPOSES ABE IMPOSSI8LE Much Expressed for the pe and Ills Professions of Impartial lut lie IKKs Neil Fully Appro iiiitc lie THE ARMY TO BE REORGANIZED A Complete Plan for the Him of the Armv Inlj Hi visions Made Public By Associated ivmuej plan for the ol tho army was disclosed iu rrdors i i n to The order the of i an IT IS LIEUTENANT HAYCRAFT FINLAY DEPUTY SHANAHAN PAINFULLY HURT tBy Associated text of the Pupal peace note does not remove Ilic adverse impression produced by the of the summary of but on the strengthens the cou viction that the note was inspired la the Central Powers and the prevail ing opinion is that proposals are Editorials express much reaped for Pope and his professions of per fect but regard him as being unable to appreciate the mallei at By an inadvertence one of finest of Jreenvilles e commissioned at Fort Logan this week did not appearin pub list in Hayninfl born and rear was commissioned s lieutenant and will prove tile high commission has been Root oil in iiy of bo lie AcwpUxl in Inseiit text or Pope Benedicts peace note was re coived here today in cabled dispatch es from and the text does not differ from the unofficial text outlined The text of the communication served to strengthen the prevailing opinion that there is no likelihood of Ihc proposals accepted in their present That public opinion of the allied on a favorable de cisive culmination of will cause the offer to IMJ is gen erally conceded EAST LOUIS POLICE OFFICERS Three MrJnbrrs ol Iolire and Two Men Imiicteil Ac count of llace By Associated Tlirie members of the East Louis I police force and two other white men I were arrested today on indictments returned at a special grand jury in vest iii lion of the race ANOTHER GREENVILLE BOY HONORED John tion ol and Is now a first lieu in tilie mfidicfll reserve corps of UniLrtl army Fort serving as the exec utive head ft a larsre has tietii in Philadel phia for several years in merlical fol legre ami hospitals anil has eminently siKicessuil in itrofes sion for one so Greenvilleboyri usually make good wherever SANITARY CAFE ONLY Deputy Sheriff Shanahan slipped and fell as he was ascending the stairway in tho county jail yesi leiday and wrenched his back so badly that he for a short that he was going to be forced to take to his but throusb sheer grit and a determined will Shan ahan is back on the job at the sher iffs office this morning though he is barely able to There will be services at the Tem ple of the Hebrew Congrega tion tomorrow evening AiuRUst at S Peace ProiHisiU of Poix As at Ileunos IVuenos on the peace proposal of Pope llene dict is generally Car tain newspapers believe that despite ood intentions of the Pont iff the propositions are injurious to the al lies and are favoring those responsi ble for tho iNO FUTURE TRADING IN SUGAR AND COFFEE By Associated New t Acting on the suggestion of Food Admininrator New York Sugar exchange announced loi iv ihat they hud stopped th trading ii futures K T THE GENUINE cmTQnw ylfyx m i illifiMl BDI30N DIAMOfsD DISC honographa VICTOR and L SCHLOM JBWEliER 208 Wnshinxton hone WANTED PLANTATION FvIANAGER with good references BARNETT MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS GALLOWAY WE ALSO HAVE ILLINOIS AND KED A3h Phone 850 X Connection With Any Other Cafe or in the attention has been called to tlie impression amoiiK many of my frienda and customers 1ia ihe tary Cafe or will be associated with another cafe in the I wish to deny this and Unit the Sanitary Cafe is in no way connected with any oUier cafe nr ps tanrant in We appreciate the liberal patron age that has been given to us during the few months have boon open and flatter ourselves that our large patronage is to the excellent service we have and assure yo uthat our in the fntnro be devoted entirely to giving you the there is at Un sanitary Yours to RAMTAUY S1Ctffp After the show youll j always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone TOMORROW NIGHT PIANO PUPILS WANTED Teacher of Passed examinations and taiigirl last session in the Southern Indus trial at Camp HUM ui Lamp s per payable in Honey gladly refunded if not satis1 Phone or call at SI 7 Washington SSfpLmo VULCANIZING Auto Tire Free Quiet flflrritd Echois Auto 202 Poplar Phone 81E COMFORTABLE DINING If you want to dlno In cool in a well ap pointed come hercu Resides a comfort nblc wo also otfor you tho very best foods tho sea fion perfectly coolted ind Our prices nro Como In nnd try ua for dinner SANITARY PepilUr MOSfGOMFOnTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This in tho World Kamou 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