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16,000 CHldAGO GIRLS MAY BE JOBLESS-
CARDINAL CHIESA THE NEW POPE
' Entered'as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at tie Postoffice at '
Chicago, m., Under the Act of March 3, 1879. v
THE DAY BOOK
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VOL. 3, NO. 287 Chicago, Thursday, Sept. 3, 1914 ONE CENT
NON-COMBATANTS BEING ORDERED
OUT OF PARIS -GERMANS ADVANCE
War Office Denies That Germans Mistreat French and
. British Wounded French Gain Ground in Lorraine
I Bordeaux the New Capital of France,
Cettinge, Montenegro, Sept, 3. Montenegrin inva
sion of Herzegovina, which will-be followed in co-opera"
tion with the Servian invasion of Bosnia, has begun. Two
columns of Montenegrin troops have defeated separate
bodies of Austrians.
Paris, War office denied stories that French and
British wounded are being ill-treated by the Germans.
Instead he said the enemy gathers up the French and
British wounded with their own and gives them the best
of care. ,
Washington. Dispatch stating French army is o.t
offensive' and gaining ground in Lorraine and that con-.