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TWO MUNICIPAL MARKETS WILL BE OPEN IN
SHORT TIME, SAYS MARKET COMMISSION
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at -
Chicago, ID., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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VOL. 3, NO. 282 Chicago, Friday, Aug. 28r 1914 ONE CENT
GERMANS ADVANCE TO OUTSKIRTS
OF CALAIS-CAPTURE EXPECTED
Austria Declares War on Belgium French Army Sur
rounded by Germans, Is Report German Fighting
Machine Continues to Force Allied Lines Back.
Washington Representative Cory, Wisconsin, in
troduced resolution in house calling on Department of
Justice to investigate high price of wheat on Chicago
Board of Trade.
London. If Germans capture Calais, English may
have difficulty landing another expeditionary force to
Washington. Conflicting reports of fighting be
tween Germans and Franco-English allies. Berlin re
ports claim kaiser's army has turned flanks of allies
Paris advices say allied lines are holding. Germans
have pushed, further into France. k