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   Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1915, Greenville, Mississippi                              THE ASSOCIATED A NEWSPAPER WITH A CIRCULATION VOLUME AlfMriT I MUSSIANS GAVE UP IiAST TURKS FOR SEPARATE amtilicports That Oltomnu Govern menl Slay Quit Unless Germany Declares ou By Associated rent in Athens thai Turkey lias threatened to Mgii separate itli allies unless Germany will eolare war on Italy according to the Aug announce ment was by the German jwar oilice that the Russian fortress jyJjrestLUovsk captured by tha Seutonic forces who stormed the western fronts and succeeded lus in entenng the center fortress The Himians then gave up fortress No Tioops to Aus establish alien t of factories for the raanufacluP ot shells as apait of the assistant 4hat Japan will give to tlie allies ii war and il islearned there Is no in Plications at present that Japane troops will be dispatched to FOURTEEN KILLED 1IDTJI TO DISCUSS Till MRKTINCJ IN AXY MftY REACH UNDEflSTANDIN6 ml Othor IJiunago Itcceut Ilitrrlcnno ut Cape San By Associated ersons were killed near Cape 9an the wireless sta ion therereridered unfit foruse by tlie recent tropical hurricane according o a slory told today by the captain cf the schooner which arriv ed last SECOND PRIMARY VOTE OF BOLIVAR COUNTY Gelmany Shows Desire to Settle Ar abic Incident oh of Good Will and Muliial Unnder By Associated Tress Js In position lo state oii best authority that the Arabic inci ilent may lie considered eliminated a i source of discord between German and or at regarded b the Gnrman government in tliat light in her t continue friendly relations th United before tii sinking cC the Arabic a policy cl signed o settle completely the whol submarine problem as affrating Am erica on a basis of good will and tual The report of I he result of the second primary in Bolivar re cntvecl and published by the Demo crat yesterday was not As far as results were concerned the re lAXClllNO IN TA1X OASKS A CONDEMNS TH1RO OEGfiEE lecliircs Methods of Obtaining Con IlSSJoius itf Cmnrs is Hiirbnrity i n a V 01 y S i icaki EE MEETS MAJOK1TY FOR AIiBXANVKK KOK coiiNTirs OFFICE mi Confers Wltll von German coii fered with Secretary for nearly an Both invader with Ossowetz are now rapidly gaining the whole o the triangular railroad system which with the apex also serves Grodno and The massof heavy freed by the of Ossowetz and Kovno is beins against and but not without great diffi No further advances are reported along tlio HigaKovno which ILpresents a periloni problem to the Austrlans and Germans aro getting rapidly within range of Brest ndtliwithstaniilng the swam py nature of tUat No hintis given that the Russians entertain any fear that llieir armies will be cilong the The near East continues to present jm appearance of a precarious bal ance between the warring group By Associated 11 oston Oover Ccle of South in ah address delivered here todaybefove ilic Governors Conference Tlie and Responsibility of Chief ns in Dealing With declared that the lynching of mon In the South for certain crimes is a pro tection of lie condemn ed the third degree1 in dealing with our prisoners and expressed the opin ien that ii was worse in some re than The money we spend for court aacl is laid Governor llo continued i part make by the thie the burglar tbe incendiary and by our couVt and jail we keep him An acceptance of the sentiment of love throughout Ohii istendoni for a seas on would bring ihe felon and the out to our side in tears with tbe de letion of his faculties to our This third degree method that is practiced in the North and the East mid Ihe I am glad to in whether a man be killed during its or whether be be driven to commit or whether he be tortured sometimes into con fessing crimes of which lie may be in is barbarity in a sneakin ByAssociated j the sancLion of law and mnn guilty of practicing it evidence FOR STATE SENATOR to the checking up on published ja contemptible as figures andthe official statements of ie the tropical storm whicli visited tbe coast ten days took 347 H Taking Tp the Kcivclopo Ro tin One Counted at lielaad and One at inees The Washington County proxy for A either in person j or by i moved that tilt com mittee proceed to open the boxes and count the votes aa returned officers of Shields of fered as a substitute thatthe com mittee proceed to open the boxes and consider any not counted by the judges and returned in envelopes as provided by The substitute The result was tlio j counting of one vote for Urquhart at ILelaud and one for Alexander at Ar Demoj cratic Commute met at noon today The committee then proceeded to the court house as by open the boxes and count the law with pre siding proxy for Lee U Parnell and proxy for Branton Alexander was formrjty declared the nominee for sheriff Gildart for assessor OiJan non for justice the third district Glathary and Fred G Walton j Lynch for justices of the peace second district stable In proxy for Thompson for constable in Klingman Gilmer and fourth district lie in fifth as port save the except to discuss the meeting as to representative in the legisla vote for county officers in the run off follows For State 023 Glassco County G84 Dean 70S Circuit any It is j that the ambassador reiterated that it was not the intent ol the German that any Americana by lost outlie o c a i CHAPMAN DEFEATED TOTAL OF 347 DEAD Complete Checking Up Toil of Dentil From Tropical E News received from the second pri mary in Sunflower county states that Chapman was defeated for the nomination for joint senatorfrom and Sunflower composing the twentyninth senator 1 district he vote stood 764 for Burrows to 01 for French Aviators Drop Sixtytwo French on August Hew over the German arms factory north throwing down more than 10 Shirty of these were of large calibre Abolish Martini Martial will 6e abolished everywhere outside the scone of military JjSifter September This is inter as a sign ot confidence ii of ficial circles that the interior admin istration of Frauce will not bo dis turbed again in military LOOKS LIKE EDWARDS FOR COMMISSIONER yiiile on the face of the incom urns for railroad commia Turkey Separate rumor is cur TURNIP SEED NEW CROP LANDRETHS JUST REOBIVHD TAYLOR FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS All the novel and at Kvery girl jvauts every girl glionlfj hnvo Tlie bracelet up of Individual links the initials of tlio frleiujAvlio gave Sec them nt store tills Jeweler 27S of which were on land and malice which animates tile mlct t Three years ago I had the ipleas ure of addressing this conference in Laud 10 13 239 Wood 10 8 419 Revenue 2 S 234 Moore 24 19 22 4S5 Commissioner 5 G 291 McDowell in 25 445 District Forman Tax Alexander It 23 398 Il 13 420 Justice of 3rd John Neft 362 70 06 67 86 75 S3 1G 17 17 18 14 22 43 36 15 05 33 53 06 57 50 70 60 24 16 13 28 19 526 632 421 817 649 741 3D 2S 623 141 30 22 28 604 147 34 SI SI 75 119 70 106 38 111S 36 1093 74 12 62 81 11 30 GO on the counted lor nre not mentioned in the list of dead in addition 101 remarks were tele I graphed throughout the nation anil I was heralded to the world as tlie oliiif executive who advocated mo I do not propose to so in jto a discussion of that here it is en beside tbe Suffice it UPRISING RUMORED ODannou 433 4th Brooks 97 Gorman 06 6th Brantley 19 26 3 Streels of El Paso Gu Troops By Associated El streets of 131 Paso bordering on Hio are guarded today for me to say that in the South the uardcl by j lynching of n man for the Colson Oummlngs Umstead 15 7 97 10 709 679 362 438 123 75 36 115 35 ioner fo iiajority this district shows a small for McDowell over thn indications hat complete returns nd will giro a small majority or able crime is a protection to our civ while The practice of this third degree violates the letter of our constitution at its vital tlio point arid is a blow to he whole spir by it of our In the South GINS FIRST OF SEASON United States This is I an aroused mob is an outraged com result of a report circulated lastjmunity which carries out tbe Aiglit that an uprising of the j but brushes aside with mighty force Carrunza and Orozco factions was I the liiws technicalities and laned for There is no I There is no sanctimon cxcilemeni in the although violation of fundamental rights ndercurrcnt of uneasiness is appar The Refuge CottouOil Company oday ginned the first cotton of their season of 1915 when two bales were sent through the electrically driven icoclle sins One of the bales be longed to Braxton and the other to Isaiah both of NEGRO TO SWING FOR ASSAULT OF A GIRL Washington Phone Oreenvllle Agent for Victor Edison Day For i Recently Ihe clcak of law by those who ire sworn to uphold the law the deed Is open and civilization and jus tice are And when mobs are no longer liberty wilt be Tradewater I LEAN LEAR IMERLKS For Sale Exclusively by HOWARD PHONE 707 Wish convicted at Den of assault on a white will be lianffcd Governor recently named the day for the Ail persons who enroll in the Com ings School before 1 wiil bo given a one dollar a week After that Lime our rates will materiallj Enter now and yourself Dont let jt tha are worUi At The Jewish New Year Cards and values now on sale for JfOHL BERGMAN The Shoe Men Telephone 730 The chief executive of a state has iiot a more serious duty nor graver responsibility than the obligation Im posed upon him in dealing with pris oners und by prisoners I mean to include those in jail awaiting A state or a nation that allows its prisoners to suffer is guilty of a greater crime than the prisoners themselves have We have prisons and prison meth ods in he United States today whicii are a disgrace to any I believe that the whipping ot prisoners should be forbidden except in cases of wilful disobedience or rules or acts of and I liat then the whipping should be ad ministered only In the presence of rlJsintcrsted citizens ftt good who are not connected in any directly or with the insti Tlie people of the nation would be horrified iC they Icuew of Ilie fenrfnl brutality practiced ill our prisons the merciless tbe electric shocks and other froms of shocking In the majority of cases lite fam ily of a prisoner suffers more tlian tlic prisoner It seems to me lhat much of this suffering could bo relieved by paying to the dependent family of a prisoner a small compen sation for tlie prisoners The review the en tire state militia of Massachusetts in specially at three in tlie The first and only Jew to be a gov ernor in the United States Is in at lie is Mosea Alex of adv Julius For 325 Washington Long lease given on See Dave Wein COAL IS GOING UP THE PRICE FROM NOW ON Wmij BE ON THE TJS SOTPLY YOU IT WILIj aiEAN A SAVING IJf TOUR COAL MOSBY COAL PHONE HAYFOR SALEHAY Fifty cents a aver age 80 cl ean Bermuda and na tive mixed In lots from one to ten thousand Buy now before the prices Hay crop is on account of Phone 282ring   

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