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cellation of the sailing of the Adri
atic. North German Lloyd officers noti
fied of safe arrival In Philadelphia of
their liner Brandeburg after flight be
fore warship which lasted until liner
dashed into Delaware river.
Chief Gleason leaves Monday for
two weeks' vacation.
John Russell, South Chicago, chos
en president of United Master Butch
ers' Ass'n in convention.
Ben Rohter, 1510 N. Artesian av.,
seriously hurt by Cudahy Packing Co.
auto truck driven by Joe Waske,
1151 E. 93d st
Orson Smith of Merchants' Loan
and Trust Co. and .las. Simpson, vice
pres. Marshall Field's, with families,
home. Sailed for Europe on liners
chased to port by cruisers.
Eight chests of currency, part of
$60,000,000 coming from Washing
ton, arrived in city today.
Root. R.Harper, professor of Sem
etlc languages In U. of C, dead in
San Francisco. Officials of Panama-Pacific
Exposition Co. insist war
in Europe will not make appreciable
difference in attendance at exposition
next year. Believe loss in attendance
from foreign countries will be made
up by Americans who cannot go
London. Lloyd George announced
in house of commons that govern
ment on Friday will revive one
pound notes and will also issue new
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