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of bridges, and Stephan P. Reborn
and Wm. E. Burke, bridgetenders.
Ida Benson, 824 Lawrence av.,
probably fatally injured by auto at
Lawrence av. and Sheridan road. Au
LaSalle St. Bank expected to open
in November despite Munday indict
ment Robert Hutchinson arrested in con
nection with robbing and mistreat
ing of Rose Edwards, 3907 Grand
Public efficiency bureau probing
city water dep't
WOULD OUST U. S. NEWSPAPERS
Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 27. Steps
equivalent to barring newspapers
printed in the United States from cir
culation in Canada were taken this
afternoon by Col. Lawless, in charge
of the Winnipeg military districts. His
order was to all newsdealers, news
stands and newsboys to cease dis
playing papers printed in the United
States. Copies of these papers withr
war headlines have attracted large
crowds and in some instances had'
war news which Canadian papers are
not allowed to publish.
TRAIN HITS AUTO FIVE HURT
Five people were injured when an
auto was struck by the New Orleans
special of the Illinois Central Road
at the 130th st. grade crossing.
Mrs. Cenie Rutgers, Holland, Mich.,
scalp wounds and broken arm.
Gerritt Rutgers, scalp wounds and
cuts on body.
John Rutgers, scalp wounds.
Benjamin Rutgers, his son, bruised
Russell Rutgers, contusions . and
LINEN MILLS SLOW UP
Belfast, Ulster. The working
hours in the linen mills throughout
Ulster have been reduced to twenty
eight per week in consequence of the
shortage of raw materiaL w, w i
AMERICAN GIRL TRAPPED IN
,oti2se.X Nick oil,
f A refined and beautiful American
girl sat in a quiet garden of old
Suddenly, like the crack of doom,
came the news that France was at
war with her old enemy, Germany!
This American girl had only $40 in
express money orders. She had no
friends no acquaintances. She
spoke little French.
Terror stricken, she starter for
She was huddled into a third class
train with rough, insulting soldiers.
She found her money orders worth-less--she
missed her boat at Havre
she had to borrow food and shelter.
In the maelstrom of London and
Paris war excitement she sat for
hours in the gutter on her suitcase,
waiting for help. Then she crossed in
the foul, uncleaned steerage of a
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