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GERMAN AIR FLEET AGAIN RAIDS DUNKIRK
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
For second time within a week, whole
fleet of German aeroplanes has suc
ceeded in passing allies' lines near
Nieuport and has Shelled the coast
town of Dunkirk, where the British
headquarters of General French are
supposed to be located.
Repulse of French attacks in sand
dunes northwest of Nieuport and also
of English attempts to regain lost
ground west of La Bassee was
The Russians have sustained heavy
losses in frontal attacks in northern
Poland. West of Warsaw, in the re
gion of Bolimow and Liwicz, the Ger
mans drove the Russians out of ad
Paris.- Slight gains for allied forces
along seacoast near Nieuport, where
Paris. Chagrined at their failure
to take French trenches on plateau
of Craonne, Germans are hurling
fresh regiments to attack. Region
about shell-wrecked village of Hur
tebise is scene of some of most san
guinary infantry fighting.
Saxon regiments, renewing the as
sault on the elevated French posi
tions, are being mowed down by
French light artillery, supporting the
foremost line of French trenches.
Petrograd. Repulse of Austrian
attempt to retake Verezke Pass, one
of important gateways through Car
pathians, is claimed.
Austrians, in heavy force, advanced
northward along the railroad from
Munkacs, In Hungary, to Stryj, Ga
licla. Their offensive was halted and
broken by fire of Russian artillery
infantry fighting has been in progress j near Voloveo, at southern entrance
for 'past twenty-four hours, are re- to the pass
French took a German position be
tween St. Georges and Lombaertzyde.
Elsewhere around Nieuport and in re
gion south toward Ypres there were
Berlin, via Sayville. Bucharest
newspapers and former Prlnme Min
ister Carp of Roumania were quoted
by official press bureau today as ridi
culing reports that Roumania is
about to enter war on the side of
Petrograd. Two Russian armies
are now menacing Konigsberg, cap
ital of East Prussia.
Moving down from the north, a
force is descending upon Tilsit, 60
miles northeast of the city. It al
ready has driven back German and
destroyed thei rsupply station at Po
gegen, three miles north of Tilsit.
Second great army, whose advance
upon Konigsberg was officially re
ported two days ago, continues to
press westward along a line extend
ing in a southwesterly ctlrection from
Lasdehnen to Mallwischken, a few
miles northeast of Insterburg.
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
Baron Burian von Rajecz, Austrian
foreign minister, has cabled Sec'y of
State Bryan, urging vigorous Inter
vention by United States to obtain
more adequate protection of Aus
trian civilians in Russia. .
Frank Crawford, son-in-law of late
Luther Laflin Mills, ass't purchasing
agent for Nat'l Biscuit Co., suicided
by diving from 3d story of home at
866 Buena av. Nervous troubles.
$800 stolen from Mondi's cigar
store, Dearborn and Polk, by 2 men.
Snatched money from drawer and es
caped. Six men and one woman injured
when Clark st car struck Montrose
blvd. car this morning.
Police asked to search for Sylves
ter O'Connor, Jr., 4717 "Justine. Dis
Justice Boyer, Evanston, gave
Mrs. Mary Carrado 30 days to buy
stove and keep her children warm.
Vincent Sozepaviak, 8306 Burley
av., arrested for stealing newspaper.