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LAST MINUTE WAR BULLETINS
London. A dispatch to the Central News from
Amsterdam unconfirmed from any other source, says
that the captain of the Dutch steamer Episolon reports
seeing a German battleship, in the harbor of Trondhjem,
which has been disabled in a battle'.
San Francisco. The German cruiser Leipsic slipped
into the Golden Gate at 1 a. m. today. At daylight she
began taking on stores and 500 tons of coal.
Zanesville, O. Seven killed. Auto
exploded in garage. Gasoline thrown
on hot engine.
New York. Yacht Erin, towing
Lipton's cup challenger, Shamrock
IV, sighted off Sandy Hook. Al
though cup races postponed, boat will
be tried out over course to determine
fitness after ocean voyage.
Williamson, W. Va. Five bandits,
slayers of Joseph Shaler, Glen Alum
Fuel Co. paymaster, and two com
panions, hid in cave. Dynamited by
deputy sheriffs. Bandits and three
London. Victoriano Huerta and
his minister, Gen. Blanquet, landed at
Bristol. Leave tomorrow for Spain.
Washington. Dem. Nat'l Commit
tee issued bulletin giving "achieve
ments of President Wilson and the
Democratic administration." Pre
vention of a war with Mexico and
saving of lives and money stands out
"Bellevue, Ky. Harry Steinfeldt,
former third baseman of Chicago
Cubs, dead. Was member of Cubs'
team whe nthey were world's cham
pions. o o
Washington. Revenue shortage,
caused by tariff receipts dropping off
because of the European war, ws
discussed today by President Wilson
with Senator Simmons and Rep Un
derwood, ,., ,..,.
By Jim hlanee.
It's nice to travel all around,
It's fine to cover lots of ground
In Europe yes, it's grand.
But, after all, old U. S. A.
Looks bully fine it's wise, I say,
To first see your own land.
P. S. Especially in times of war
across the wide pond.
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat ad
vanced slightly. Corn and oats high
er. Provisions dull.
To stop severe nosebleeding, press
both nostrils with thumb and fore
finger and lean forward. This will fill
the nose with blood and give it a
chance to clot. Apply a cloth wrung
out in ice water to the back of the
neck or a small piece of ice between
the upper lip and gum.
Wm.-L. Tower, professor of U. of
C, left for New York to meet family
returning from Germany.
Partly cloudy with probably local
showers or thunderstorms tonight or
Tuesday; somewhat higher tempera
ture tonight; light to moderate south
westerly winds becoming variable
Tuesday. Temperature Sunday
Highest, 79i lowest, 72.
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