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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

ROMANCJOPREPARED1EIS LOUIS JOIPmI VANCE ir, fzaton, of i/e ollrone Picture Play of tie Pt S "r Name Produced /or the International 't 1 w &'Service, Inc., L vder the Direction of W1rrtor, Inr. ce r :t a.r Cply.I #.1 I~ i rear of the htll]: arnl reelvine an " 14E CAST. . !jg NON CASTLE as S} agning., SILLS as Donald Parr. OLAND as Baron ih It Gf GREEN as Fanny let 5•r Ihr to SYNOPSIS. tiI Brl - elabts Uaeriting sole c .trol ' IAnerica' a lar.a St arms al i ndustry, Patrna 1'iunutan., 4, masnlonae frmu N .wport peter Ripley. trust.-, for toa d I týs Huroki. , h:,.f of tie tit al< vice, busies I.imself to to this rutinmmnns. but thl bs oppositn : \V..t:' the cg Parr. t'nite.l l;tts Iis suspe -. :; J:a . in of in- y( the U.Lte "iat:ca. with ter DE TWO hi * 5rasure." the June morning thnt, Io n streets already pi tMalight well nigh as el cc warm as that of noon o s of shIllow lingered avenue's silent reaches IT - banners of translucent t re was as lifeless as a I aony villa...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

T'he Madison Journal. t r Publihed every Saturday morning. F - George Spencer .............. ......Editor W. L. Rountree ................ .....Manager I Oficial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Buard, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. F Entered Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., post office as second- t class mail n.satter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 . The J Murnal is not responsible for the views and opinions d of correspondents, which may appear H, its columns. TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1917. f WARNING t We call attention of the citizens of this parish to the necessity of registration under the federal conscription act. This registra tion will be made next Tuesday and every male citizen between 21 and 31 years of age inclusive, white and black, must appear at his voting precinct and fill out the govern- s, ment blanks. Failure to comply with this l law will subject the individual- to heavy penalties. We stress the point that both rac...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

vWE A1E 60,N GTo THE PICTUftE PI LAY HOUs WHERE fTE FIU llS , A L.WAYS SHOW CLASS IC THEATRE: that Program for Next Week r Your z ai1 :!5 & 25 Cts. itha . Blue IM i featire "'1INDISGR[TION".. With Lii anWaler Y 15 & 25Cts. "TREASURE" Second Episde of"Para" ofearig Mrs. Yermn Gastle OMING i VI CR o WAKEfELD I Wedaesday J ne 20 STALLION "BOURBON HEMP" N KING-IlU DAM MAY Br,'VT-4,So -----STUD u Sa 5.00oo- Stallon is Offered to the Public. . SCHRCGLEMAN, Ashly, La. II IFor YouthorAge Sklewitd.hfr t - Lir to be lb l Te e I hsbnoea t mis an why a sdot fior f~ Me dI r W do.sm. 9'mer WamdiouM td so ua LI:nr~apeadieo Nhio. museQeQutyhs. et m-- ety and ouid td hwa u male -  it o ' tt Cot and say o hand Ihamd. Wehauea I.. rN~UklMas e as d of shoes or SwdM beaoutd as waom n of eveay a. MAX LEVY AND CQMPANY I TALLULAH, LA. .r: e nt __q ,.u-tt r LOCAL HAPPENINGS Happenings of Local Interes Plcked Up Around Town. Mrs. T. J. Waton was a visito to St. Joseph this week. A number of gent...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

NERVOUSNESS AND BLUES Symptoms of More Serious Sickness. Washington Park, Ill.- "I am the mother of four children and have suf fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil dren's loud talking and romping would make me so nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all r, over and feel so sick that I would not I want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E.Binkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re stored me to health and I want to thank you for the good they have done me. I have had quite a bit of trouble aad worry but it does not affect my youth ful looks. My friends say ' Why do you look so young and well? ' I owe it all to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." -Mrs. ROBT. SvTOPEL , Sage Avenue, Washington Park, Illinois. Ifyouhave any symptom about which you would like to know write to the Lydia E. Pnkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for helpful advice given free of chgr. WHO IS Women as well as men are made miserable by TO kidney and...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

NOPE OF MY ING ALIVE Fous, Left Home for At *. i pped Up on Pillows each as Only a Shadow. 1 liver loie WI SHED 60 POUNDS is real Itsalug Tanlac Has Gained be Pounds and Expects zulnese Isr to Home and Hus reet and "ad Well and Happy. isa ix weeks no I left my I trglea .ar farm hnea:r Aecworth, Ga., to our to my sis~ter' hme here in I e are and I left wlith only a I tead of t hope of ever returning I sur I of I Acworth in a comfortable e propped up on lpillows, through theh country. I had ' as much ieelic'inle s ha .:4 ge qIl full of all kinds that had Ausibed for me. I reached t eIr weak and with scarcely i saength to walk to the door. jM1e from which I had suf am bag and which I was told ' g ra, had reduced me to al- II g dabdow, as I only weighed h - ii heether-in-law, Mr. Battle, you have tried everything so relief, now I want you " Imide your "drag shop" and ai ' Well, he got it for me ' ,Srted on ,y flrs.t bottle thatI e v I had tnken about half the '* glh I began to feel st...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 June 1917

MARQUISE DE MOOSTIER EXPLAINS HOW WOMEN CAN SERVE AMERICA 'Describes Plan Adopted for Enrolling French Women in Readiness for Call When Civil Mobilization Is Ordered---Committees List the Applicants for the Work for Which They Prove to Be Best Fitted. • By FRED B. PITNEY. Orrespondent of the New York Tribune. Parls.-The ways in which Amerl can women may serve their country as the French women are serving France were descrihed to me by the Marquise de Mloustler, member of the Association for the Enrollment of French Women. Civil mobilization in France is not yet an accomplished fact, although Senator lBrenger has introduced a bill to make it so. A law is not necessary, however, to induce women to give their time to the service of the country; they have taken it on themselves to form an organization which now counts seventeen branch recruiting offices in Paris, and the work of which is rap Idly being extended throughout France. Great success has been recorded, and I the movement, whic...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

lTHE. 1 u eMADL ISON JOU J INA1 k . EE BROS., PubHishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDIAY, ,IINI: E), 1!1I NEWNERIES--V()I,..T ().' RIA PLANT N OUT PULP COTTON STALKS AND STRAW WILL BE UTILIZED. ALMOST COMPLETED Purpose of Compary Manufacture of Pulp, By-products Will in the Process. New Iberia. aext few months a plant terations at New Iberia a new epoch in the ry of Louislana. The i the property of the Sn 'Products Company of of which M. W. Mars nt and A. C. Bernard is Ismager. for the new factory practically completed and is now awaiting the atr machinery before begin-\ operations. The machin delayed by the car short arrival of the equipment within the next few weeks. t will be in full operation tall. Important feature about establishment is the fact smapany will convert into a has heretofore been waste SIaalouisiana. The products be utilized are bagasse, cot and rice straw. Later the that grows in abundance a of Souath Loulsiana will be utilised. pal purpose of t&am...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

of. I.lmu rt n uinn n raln i/ n '} ive-inh il ura n i n'n4" mn enh. .a..ih- t ewill r t r 1 r l r .h1 ý1 rt -tE l it AFTER THE TORNADO DEVASTATED MATTOON, ILLINOIS ee in Mattm, I., Just after the tornado that killed of peo nd cause tremendous property damage SesmtralIlllnela. Mr. and Mr. 3. JMeLane are seen climbing over the ruins of their residence. j:· '~·mm~-------,,,_,,,r,,, _____ ___________r BATTLESHIP FOR RECRUITING STATION ietlatur hattlebip, if 260 feet can be classed as millature, has been 7 ar uin , New York city, for a recruiting station. It is rigged up imtetey sf pobI.lbe, a that each departawent of a dreadnaught Is shown. pbo*ognp wasn taken during the oanstruction of the ship. NEW AMERICAN ARMY BALLOON of at ber are bta uo H. of gii / tw 1 tat bel D- ' thi " r the aS' tab wb doh sup VWtd tm army dks D-*- tas trial light at the are ie. '"i$ toy_ ...ýv. '' + ý [' . vi· Budd In aw &W mmerprlh Du ga ba 0wo ie. keep ut er A*me that e, huh a husy -u pmeefug bus hem ts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

It' ili The (ireatRomance ' Vance otPreparedness. + N OF THE MOTION PICTURE PLAY OF THE SAME ED FOR THE INTERN1ATION1AL FILM 3ERVICE, INC., TCH OF WHARTO'I.ANC. coPYWc'* STA corwmnv I: at load,: THE CAST. .RNON CASTLE as gmanning. SILLS as Donald Parr. OLAND as Baron GREEN as Fanny SYNOPSIS. -irst birthday, when she .r control of her fortune,. rnads her guardian as Japanese in her New York written by the murdered asecret vault beneath the 1i $100.0(U.000, hoarded by progenitors to combat Saatlol "unpreparedness" Patria is sole executrix Baron Huroki, alleged nese secret service in Invade the house and Patria is Inspecting the with Capt. Donald Parr of secret service. The two underground passage to a the holse. ODE THREE ed Millions." thirty minutes later, Pa and Captain Parr re walled garden they were no ; three men accompanied eltlsens all, of manner and so little romantic that the It somewhat difficult to ae flr what they really were, of Captain Parr-highly tives of the United St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

SThe Madison Journal.! Pauisithed every Saturday mornsing. George Spencer ............. . . .. ..... ... Editor W . L. Rountree .......... ........ ..............Manager, Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee BBard; kMsu..rn Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Enared Jan. 10 l913-at Tallulah, La., post office as second elass mail n atter uhsr Act of Congress of March 3. 1878. Mhe urnal is nbt reponsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear Ii Is columns. TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1917. ANOTHER ONE ESCAPED! In a p'Qtvious issue of the Journal we iigsieted the wisdom of fixing the status of the negro farm laborer in relation to the exemptions under the new conscription law. Owen L. Conerly, " white male citizen Sf 'Louisiana," writes a letter to the Journal i~ n which he declares that the editor is a " tritor to his people if not to his country." s. His opinion is based on the belief that the editor " would rather the wh...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

OF YOU ýtANT TO 6[s't »N 6TRC'rTr WTHI THE Anr FOLKS AT HOME INTRO SDucE THEM TO0 THE THEATRE THAT SHOWS THE CLASSIEST LINE OF MPiOVING PIC UR S I Dir IC THEATRE u:m Program for Next Week Nre 15 & 25 Cts. ' A five Part Gold Rooster Play ' KICK IN h Wiam otouenay and Moly Khg $ y 15 & 25Cts. 1 co ine WINGED MILLIONS I Third Episope of "Patria" T featuring Ws. Vernon Castle It OMING i VICAR Of WAKEFIELD i Wednesday Jne 20 ,Itr It a1 ID 5i o0 w tl a AWON" "BOURBON HEMP " KING-1788 DAM MAY BRENT-4607 a --STUD FEE $15.00-- Mon is Offered to the Public. I .-it tt F PorYuth orAge i wlu a shoe foman elderly "++-;+a- u , bmM  her to makr : --'-Ier .koL mmflly has Castlst ad Beauty go - l hara lisnd Webhaa NMA LEW AND COMPANY . TALULAN LA, 5a~t4la~Bad Aii-~s ca~ FAIR DIRECTORS HOLD STF IMPORTANT MEETING Arrangements Made for Fair to' Stat to be Held October 3, 4, line and 5, 1917. Tallulah, La.. June 6, 1917. e B Be it kno*n that the Board of State Directors of the Louisiana Delta pr...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

Their are and Cultivation. tr . Plant a Few Pots of Freeslas for Early Flowers Next Year. SOME TIMELY HINTS By L M. BENNINGTON. Prune flowering shrubs as soon as they have finished flowering. The I eret of pruning shrubbery, In a nut *hi', I to study the habit and growth of each plant, and to strive to encour ;age It: met alter It to your views. Make a aote of the yellow spots on the lawn. If the gras Is scanty the troeble is possibly sand or poor soil. S ie best cure is to dig out the place S ad put in soae good loam. s'ien resod tbe plee. Ifthe grass i there, but dead, the trouble Is lack If the grass on the lawn Is growing 1two owings a week. allowing the pplgsP to He where they fall, are sMaer than one mowing In ten days er two weeks, followed by a raking to 1move the eat gras. To lasure a thick privet hedge, cut back three Inches every time the pleats make six inches of growth. 3vergreens from the nursery can be aftely transilanted by the end of July. R Im lIportapt to keep the...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

LIFT SIX OLD BABY ela -Was So Weak the in Her Bed Ois guni Help. rea TORTURE 2 Again After Taking r Weighs More Than Over Eighteen 0 - ar.-- est it bed and couldn't ron move %ilthout help tCo to do all mly house- th cooking and garden w more than I have in in "L have been taking It: four weeks." said bul 49, 00 s'cnd ave- wa am. Ala., recent me 'dstinued Mrs. Haw- an' with rheumatism and ho The rlheumatism co and had mle ,ound somebody had to no rad the pain was ter-oft aft my six-months-old grt hire someone to walt zW work. I was so er little thing dropping startle me and my ca stop beating. I to solid food at all and av wn condition myre it was just a little e and cried all the B medldcine did me any ,sgttng worse all the ne did wonders, -me and my little be In just a few days it. I have taken I am not nervous In my sleep is fine and 7 "wftl rheumatie pains h 'gone. I can eat any ; my food not only t but my baby 1s gig and slts for bours t pallet and plays with- r STanlace has mad...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 June 1917

EMPRESS OF ABYSSINIA FORMALLY CROWNED :-i * 4 #. . a " 17. Zeodlton, a iue-lre sli) of a girl x\'h., it is .aid.. 1.1n Itrat. I, I.( , ., I;r itk Ii, Iit. qli: ',' 4. .gi l , i Li, ~4i 1 Solomon, has been formally crowned eznpress of Abyssinjia. The Illhlsration shoes Z.io(dit4.1 on o huyr brl.nv., a ndl, in the' background, the main street in Adis Ahaba, her capital, on coronaitio;. day. RUSSIA'S NEW ARMIES TRAIN IN THE STREETS '~ '" t/" · ,f " I - : ....9.,. srC} -'? Recruit. on a plaz in Petrograd going through a practice drill. Thousands of men are trained at the national apital befe being sent to the front. PRETTY AMBULANCE DRIVERS . Nqrly* lOs of *eihagtemus bet r Ewa edetp god id yjem m atroe sbtce I-eh thn-u 31k writrlm (left), daughter of rm. J. r Du Hma, amd Mrs. W. D. Rob wife of mn offical ia the elate -d upiwOwum, 1e resome ther mat eein last;em good sl that they wes ar to orer by real tailor sad have 'lb Winwn a ooArrl r elf. 'thawot ibe wart mee *lh the g'eriint'...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. RE BROS., Publishers TALLULAIl, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, .JUNE 16, 1917 NEW SERIES--VO)I. 5 NO. "' CENTER OIL BOOM FOR LEASES SIN ALL NS. 1a ARE INVOLVED »y That as Soon *o Been Perfected Will Begin. New Iberia. in of the gusher iene by the Gulf Re New Iberia has been oll boom completely of several months I continues to show Increasing gas consequent greater lmmediate effect is a Ir leases and sub every direction from land between the hssee, points three been bought up, and and Lake Dauter has been leased. A bskeral hundred acres been practielly dos. heal company and the Ospany. The amount s large agures and the larsest sluge seal Gerdaer and Noble Companie areha-e heal esmpany. It Is of the Product that as soon as ti prsbate, and the escrow has been pai, will be begun s the Veorhies loese. Is said to have re. repalty, In addS. eia, sted asm the leam aid by Gar Charles the ladbotiomss * eaiog was sat several thn aterpMe well, OR imse withis the ial...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

1-Theophile Mathleu. one of the most famous of French army aviators, who has come to this country to teach Americans to fly. 2-Women membelrs of the American Red Cross parading the streets of Brooklyn, N. Y. 3-Pur chasing a Liberty Loan bond in a Hooth In a big department store. --------------------- ----- BRITISH BIG GUN ON RAILWAY TRUCK I . This picture, made on the western front, shows one of the big guns used by the British mounted on a railway truck. It is about to be covered preparatory to being moved to another place. INSIGNIA OF U. S. FLYING SQUADRONS Ain ea aIrplame . er the Europeqp batthro..t will be distingule by a white liar with a rsed center on a circular .ld at blue. Airplanes will bear the tar the wip ot the machlne, while it will be d& the top and a at the o has aof each dlsible. I- ----- --- --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---- - - - - " EST FRENDS OF BLINDED SOLDIERS m.ns pseet bseeds and workers for the relie bItId bmlUItI has bees the chief weoer .-rssýY...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

ROiMUtoJPRERP4tU S ouI5 JOS:rtn VANCz w of tor Met,. Rnitwr PIq of the Naew Produed for tie ltnuwatioenal Strick, INC., Unde rher Dicuioe of INC. C~vngt SA. Ca.). that an pled wit T. Ily had CASTLE as aealthi as Donald Parr. ban ho D as Baren paterna EEN as Fanny een motive atoned l$. as by lost evi birthday Patria taken els owner of Chan- of desj a atest chain of SinCi ts. and simul tof a $1O.0000,000 upon 1 by her patriotic cham, the n-to w ch It W her li * Jaanese pa by Barona Ruro pe the Channis Trust. disapp a Parr of the Unit- Pati patrlia frustrates recent rooned EPISODE town to an; taken ulag h sound disturbed the urioui the tenant of its pulsl am not asleep. And o to means awake. "No for 'sd Its fll of slumber; Sa deliious state mom than sleep, little if thaiil es, vaguely aware e sad of the familiar for r , but still with the glamour of that pleas colored her every so wakiag or sleeplin, Adal tme loved and who repr not wasted. git traveling clock table chimed once, the doo...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

The I .journaL George 8penest .. ..Editor dsld Jernal 40l Madison . arish, lM IsMtrict .ol Ba sd, Idi4 n farih Shebool Board and VUliae of Talh. catered Jan..1 0 at Talllah, La, poet oes as seod. Cios  mail atter under Act of Coupreds of MaYih ' ig rho JruasIl is met respoasible for the views d. opinis of ceerespondents, which may appear iu its eslemas TAUIAN, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 1,1917. NEW SOURCES OF REVENUE h AN ECONOMY It ha been ted that the aenntd of the state Boaed >f Aiirs: have I the assessments in Caddo parishalone about ten million dollars; that property has been forced on:t~ rolls h other perishes that had heetofore escaped, and that the aggregate amount of new sources will run p the assement many thousands of do' Now if this be true, and we have non "4reason to doubt it, it would seem that this Is an opportune time to so fix the proportion t of assessments for state purposes as will give some relief to those who have been 9 ctrying the burden. This can be accom pl...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

Ef BC* FIM!UT 1ý YRKTHE~ATRE Pictre Z Proram for Next Weeki onday 5 &25 ts. A five Pert bold Rooster Pby 1'Ie eIe Chdw :ML~ebeuagtny ad t;/lcko LOve ýý ýibesday 25 A35Cfeats >w 14ti Pttarnf vim RAie f t~ ~ htridinch W. re ~d~eik Wa~de IIj FRIDAY 15&25, DOUBLEDOROSSOJ * Fowlt piop Of "Pa1t"j8go I'`y V Ya y1 C on t or. Jimi $1.75 work. Mr. daughi brotbe Lad" of -Wi borne ta boo tb It w I forria. To tb nreel p amIhut STALLION 'B;eetD HEMP" ýsoN 1NQ-~eýMr. Mý flrQ-tu ~DAN MAY DRfRN-. 4W bilnd t·: " ' -STUJD IU'$,5eo- Nrrow( 'h pintý * s Offe~ed toU~epui jblc. eawrs tIw Modtor C., be. mon ordgwa dj for Jab, rantio. be Ji~ YothAge? A ddWa ~~a;3~dtr~F~t- Limqr c C~rtitfiatit grvo f.,. -m-hb3 bVlliSWrrgg~1bdr~ ·-~~Lwhy a*..:ll S llOb 1a rC~-Y L ~+L' ZYILr ~ hebe minwin· ~d u~ q~ h v nQua QuII ~~~~g mrpj * Sr a i 10*"&t~W ANDCo6pAYPI . _ . ~~·'" 4SLULAIUA7~r *;i, *e 41 I wIJimiwb ~~ ,. - 4 - .IIIa~ i ULa op I~goal Inteesat T rown. Mr. N. J. Kaufianm was a visitor to his mother...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 June 1917

1-Scene in the great Russian fortress of Kronstadt, whose garrison revolted but later yielded to the provisional government. 2-Eleanor Parker of Barnard college and Charles F. Phillips and ()Owen Cattell of Columbia university, who were arrested in New York for conspiring ugainst the draft; Phillips pleaded guilty and asked permission to register. 3---Brig. Gen. It. E. L. Michie, aid to General Scott in the Root mission now in Russia ; the low-collared uni form he has on is now disapproved by the war department. 4-One of the battering ranms used by the Germans to destroy without explosives the cottages in the French territory from which they are being driven by the allies. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - HEWS REVIEW OF THE PAST WEEK More Than Ten Million Young Americans Register for, National Army. ISUiGs REACHES ENGLAND kBitish Start Tremendous Offensive in Beglagmn First Blowing Up Messines Ridge - Japan Warns Russia Against Wlthdrawlng From the Wa--hoed Scarcity...

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