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issued last night by British war office
brings total British losses to date
up close to 18,000.
Berlin, via Hague. Admitted that
kaiser and German general staff have
been in danger from a Belgian
French bomb .attack by aviators.
They are directing general cam
paign against France from German
legation in Luxemburg. A few nights
ago it is admitted Belgian and French
aviators flew over city and attempted
to drop bombs on the legation build
ing. Four bombs fell near it, but it
is stated they did no damage.
Nish. The Servian army which
has been forcing back Austrian in
vaders today occupied the Austrian
city of Semlin. Bloodiest battle of
the campaign preceded the victory.
Servian advices say the enemy lost
an enormous number of men. Sem
lin is a few miles north of Belgrade,
across the Save river. It is a city of
considerable importance from a
strategical point of view.
New York. The Beiglan commis
sion which is en route to Washington
to lay before Pres. Wilson charges
of inhumanity against German
troops reached heer today on board
the White Star liner Celtic.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
School erected in honor of Father
Maurice J. Dorney, "The Stockyards
Priest," cost $100,000. Near St. Ga
Body of an unidentified man found
on tracks of Penn. R. R. last night
Police on job.
Stolen auto of E. Ryan, 320 W. 48th
St., wrecked. Albert Kearney, 1639
W. Ohio St., locked up. Companion,
Mrs. Martha Lampke, 1441 S. Leavitt
st., in hospital under police guard.
Capt. Rehm, West Lake st. station,
celebrated 40th year on force Thurs
day. M. P. Flannery, 2206 W. Jackson
blvd., ticket agent Lake st. Metro
politan "h" station, held up. Passen
gers scared robber away.
Florence Hoffman, 15, 1126 Mon
tana st., tried suicide. Poison. Re
vived. Fireman answering call at paint
factory of J. W. Masury & Son, 1795
Federal st., found man on floor, dying
from fumes. Believed to be watch
man. George H. Whittle, retiring pres. of
Public Safety Commission, urges bet
ter plan to identify motorcyclists.
Pauline Henderson, 17, told the po
lice that she had been tramp since 12
years old. When mother died. Taken
to Harrison st. annex.
Safe taken from Hamilton Theater,
63d and Halsted sts, found near Wil-7"
low Springs. Blown open. $70 taken.
Painters' Union No. 147 to hold
special meeting Tuesday eve., Sept.
15. Elect delegates to State Federa
tion of Labor.
Miss Cora Ensminger, Billings,
Mont, who filed suit for $225,000
against Chas. Blair, Butte, reported
on way to Chicago. Did not show up.
Auto of A. R. Gibson, 1449 W.
Jackson blvd., caught fire at Lake
and LaSalle sts. Slight damage.
Harry Clanahan and Fred Mathers
sent back to Peoria on charge of rob
bing North Chillicothe, 111., postofflce.
Petrona Blazek sued Emil Hetver
for $25,000 breach of promise. Claims
wedding set for Aug. 9.
Bernice, 18-foot gasoline launch,
disabled two miles out in lake. Tow
ed ashore by lifesavers.
Joseph T. Lennon, mayor of Yonk
ers, N. Y., and 13 members of coun
cil arrived in Chicago. Touring large
Frank Cassel, 70, 3306 W. 93d st.,
dead. Heart disease.
Burglars entered home of Mrs. R.
M. Little, 5806 South Park av. Got
clothing, silver and jewelry valued a't
Thos. Brown, 6349 Aberdeen st., in
court on charge of stealing $300 in
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