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be pardond, that he may return to
his destitute, sorrowing children.
KNAB'S PATROL WAGON STILL
ON JOB FOR THE BOSSES
"Knab's wagon" made the rounds
again yesterday, picking up thirteen
girls picketing in front of the restau
rants. The young women were
taken to the South Clark street po
lice station and placed in a stuffy
room for two hours. At the end of
this time four of them were ill and
had to be assisted to their homes.
"The agreement with Judge Scully
was to the effect that girls arrested
for picketing were to be booked and
released as soon as they reached the
station. The police are bending every
effort to break the strike by arresting
our pickets," said Hope Thompson,
attorney for the union.
SOLDIERS MAY HAVE TO FACE
Dublin, July 28. Intense feeling
still prevails as result of killing of four
persons and wounding of three more
Sunday by soldiers. Town councils
throughout island adopting resolution
branding affair as "massacre."
Verdict from coroner's jury expect
ed today. Believed certain soldiers
will have to face murder charge.
All troops in Dublin being kept in
barracks to avoid clashes with citizens.
THE WAR SITUATION
London, July 28. Rejports received
in Paris, Berlin and London indicate
that .Austrian troops have crossed
Damibe into Servian territory. Two
army corps occupied Belgrade with
out resistance according to word
reaching Austrian embassy in Paris.
Unofficial reports that detachment of
Austrian? invaded Servia at Nitrovitz.
Unconfirmed reports that hostilities
will be opened today. Officially stated
in Vienna that 8 army corps have
Paris. Serious, anti-military mani
festations during which 25,000 per
son rioted for 2 hours near Matin
office when thousands of workmen
assembled for mass meeting. 180 per
sons arrested. More than 1,000 in
jured. St. Petersburg. Taking view that
Russia has done all possible to avert
disastrous war and that it now rests
with Germany to influence Austria,
czar left on his scheduled visit to Fin
Berlin. Kaiser has accepted in
principle proposal of Sir Edward Grey
that England, Germany, Italy and
Prance seek to preserve peace
Germany is expected to make form
al reply to proposals of England to
day. Assurance received from St. Peters
burg that general mobilization orders
were not issued by Russia.
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Paris, July 28. Attorneys for pro
secution began their argumetns today
in the trial of Mme. Caillaux charged
with murder of Gaston Calmette, edi
tor of Le Figaro.
"Yes, my dear, I have a good ex
cuse for spending hah! the day play
ing golf. I am the original Tired Busi
"What makes you so tired?"
"Why, playing golf."
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