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   Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1916, Greenville, Mississippi                              DEMOCRAT PRINTS THE NEWS WHILE ITS NEWS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS AUGUST PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD A NEWSPA1ER WITH 4 CIRCULATION WAHNED TKKV mnviFCT T WJ AHK SUlMfcOl of the nation rushed preparations today to enforce the embargo on perishable Shipments of live V stock and goodi were re Some Officers of Election Named lor Second Primary That Hold Primary August The second primary for the runoff between Judge Clayton Potter am Ethridge for member of the Supreme Court will be held on Tuesday September at the 11SON ASKS POSTPONEMENT ti Leaders Decline to Take Action Will Appeal to Strikers HARRISONS OKOHS HOTIUJXTKruM IASS AND APPROACH HEKMAN8TADT fused by some roads and j different precincts In Washing others issued warnings that ton The county Democratic able freight which cannot reach their j committee has named the same elec I destination by September 2 will not tion officers for the second primary be Passengers were in1that served In the as follows formed that they would be subject to Lfl elays Roy Stein and OhioijJ Would Returning Roy Worch Chicago to Itusaiul Order for Strike on wouia SUffer from famine within a 1 clan Allan few days event ot a railroad Richardson despite the fact that there is r I enough supply In the city for more than a Is claimed by rall By Associated road BULBAEilAiS IAKE ORAMA Wilson is making efforts today to Soave the railroad brotherhoods eall or their strike order effective on September There are indications that unless action s taken by the brotherhood leaders in She near future tlio President will publicly ask the railway workers for the strike order to be Congresswent to work under pres sure today to by the railway strike called for next It Is not even if the measures proposed hy President j Wilson in his address yesterday be passed In the five days that j that they will be effective in lorei a i In general the brotherhood leaders Intended to fight the legislative pro gram and the railway ma expected to support Botl their plans for a as t It j Returning Avon Greek Garrison for Possession of French haunch an Attack on Verdun 111 i Clerks Foverlsn Activity in KI New j turning Officer i traffic both to and from New j Greenville Hob showed feverish activity today in Lowry anticipation of the general By Associated French Attack at French launched another attack on the Ver dun east oi last Further progress was the war office announced Injunction ol the district today Issued an order restraining general or local ol SCVITO righting in figiting Ijavne in progress on the Macedonian i A Returning I The war office today report Leland Managers Walter Joe Water ticlals of the railway conductors Returning ed that the French gained ground west of the Vardar The Bul nfist of Lake were repulsed by the from calling a strike on the Union Pacific AMERICAN BAR Arcola Stin Will ClerksrJack Al Returning i Hollamlaie bS i Torrey Wood C Spivey Clerks od leaders I M D pro Governor of the augment j Chicago and eminent represenla Both sidoi tvcs of local uench and bar American Bar Association held brotherhood now in d find a means for opening session ot its annual meet that i here With several thou sand lawyers and jurists In attend ance from all over the the Clerks Returning Officer Belzonl GI1 Pam Tiulfpurlan Kaltorics Bulgarian batteries were silenced by tho Brit ish alter au artillery engagement on Monday and the war office tnnouncod Yoss Rotlienlhurm is persistent ly according to a Zu that the Roumanian oavalry has crossed Rothnnthurm Pass and is approaching Herman they The Senate Interstate has gone beyond their i scarcely able to accommodate tho commerce large After the welcom1 committee adopted a resolution to day providing hearings on legisla tion affecting the railroad beginning Railroad brotherhood officials and representatives of ship pers are Invited to appear at the Brotherhood officials after a conference with Secretary Wilson to that they had not been requeet by President Wilson or any o Ing apeeches and the yers attacked their routine business with a President Ellhu Rootj delivered bis annual which folloired by reports from the Oliver officers and the standing com mittees of the Follow ing the disposal of tho routine busi ness the delegates adjourned to re assemble this when Llndley Garrlsoc former Secretary of is scheduled to deliver an ad India ranks sixth among the fourths of these are in the Three Hulgarinns Solzo was seized by the Bulgarians after a battle with the Greek says an Athens A report is published here that the having forced their way i Into occupied two 1m Vresident of Southern Gives Position on Strike Special to Fair fax president of the South ern Railway paid today t gave my Individual adherence to the unan imous determination of the rallwcy presidents recently In conference In Washington only after taking the ad1 vice of many representative men In various walks of life in all parts i the and with all other mani festation of the public opinion of the j South constantly in I include my that the em ployeos of the Southern Railway who are and who still have my respect and whose wel fare is of tho utmort personal con cern to have not had reason to and in fact have not been discon tented as a I did nottake action hastily or with but after my own best and most deliber ate and with full conj sclousness of my The easiest course would have been to j have accepted the proposal of the j railways to have waived the principle of and to have imposed a and in my opinion unnecessary burden on Southern with the severeconaej I quonce of postponement of the full development of the railways for the I largest service of the whole people of 1 the There are some who Heve that Immediate and temporary j peace at such a price is 1 j not one of though God j i knows I am for and Have nc i Illusions as to industrial war j means when threatened on the scalp i 1 of tho present In my judgj ment the time has come to test again i whether the American people are to j bo governed by unregulated force or by I risk my own reputation on Inat and I ask the support of all soundand conservative i opinion In the to concede paj tlence and endurance of temporarily j inconvenience wblle the test be j The decision must He with i deliberate and advised public oplni ion crystallzed In whatever It may When so declared I of abide by Assistant to LIVES LOST ON THE CKUISER ASHOliK OFF SAHTO DOMINGO MAIN STEAM PIPE BOBSIEB aiiy uf Crew Drowned and Others Killed and Injured By Other Still tlio By Associated en listed man was two oCfUej and fiva men seriously srxtyseven others slightly hurt aboard the cruiser in addi tion to those lost by drowning when the vessel was wrecked In a storm yesterday at Santo Admiral Ponds dispatch today said that a burst in the main sieain was causing additional capual J H111 The Memphis was driven ashore by a heavy Still on the Sanlo cruiser Memphis Is still on the rocks of the outer In a It is feaied that the loss of life is Jvro news wag re ceived from the gunboat which put lo sea when the storm NEW CARRIBEAN by Presiden or any Prominent to be official to the and melons of eTCSTt a satisfactory settle ment would prevent a To Perishable heard at the subsequent sessions of the convention include United States Senator William of Idaho Henry George of Vir giniaFrederick of FOUR GREAT CONCERTS Auspices Alumnae Greenville loading soprano Metropolitan In No Angelo In Jeska Schwartz In Maude in Season Further Phono president of Johns Hopkins Univer Guatemala has 1SS9 public schools rnmi THE BEST ON THE Carbon mid Rod Ash fur All Domestic CnrlHin HI For Fur StuvcK nnd L MOSBY COAL iHOXII llaromctcr Palling Over Off Forma Opening of The New MuffulettoHotel AND RESTAURANT 713 Washington Avenue ON AT 7 YOU ARE CORDIALL Y INVITED TO A TTEND Music by Orchestra Woman agricultural workers Spain number By Associated one tropical storm central this morning southeast of Jamaica and moving weather bureau day state that the barometer is again falling over the eastern in I WHEAT DROPS portant Xow Warriors Bucharest dispatch says that the in conjunction with the captured the principal passes In the For twelve hours they marched uninterruptedly in Hungar ian meeting only a weak IXvlino of 0 M Cents on the Chicago Board of Roiuimniaii dispatch from Amsterdam reports that the Roumanians havo begun the bom bardment of and Hungary By Associated s droppeiF G Vt cents here The United States marketed 1731 short tons of asbestos of domestic production last a gain of 38 per cent from the year ADVANCE STYLES IN LADIES FALL BOOTS JUST RECEIVED JOHL BERGMAN The Shoe Mten I tMMtlMIMIMI WASHINGTON AVENLK Will lie opon for August a full iTiiTof plcoo goods of the latest patterns and Wols formerly associated for years with tho famous tnilorliiK house of of nnd former ly Vmolir tho heairtnllorsof are the proprietors of the Globe 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