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VOL. 3, NO. 284 Chicago, Monday, Aug. 31, 1914 ONE CENT
30,000 RUSSIANS TAKEN IN THREE
BIG BATTLES WITH KAISER'S ARMY
Austrian and Slav Victories Claimed in Galacia Main
German Army Pounding Allied Left Wing
on Way to Paris. :
Washington. Thirty thousand Russians were cap
tured in East Prussia by German soldiers following three
big battles there, the German embassy was officially in
formed this afternoon by wireless from Berlin.
Washington. England formally protested against
9 President Wilsonrs plan for building merchant marine
by purchasing German ships in American ports, accord-
ing to high authority.
Washington. Capture of German Samoa by British
force, according to Secretary of State Bryan, indicates
Japan will confine operations to China Sea.
Washington. American embassy, in St. Petersburg
says all Americans-will be out of Russia within a week,