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(Continue, with both MSes throwing
bombs especially in vicinity of Bol
aunte and Bagatelle. In general over
entire theater of war there has beea
a sudden cessation of activities while
both sides mass troops at strategic
a Petrograd. Russian Black sea
flotilk of destroyers has bombarded
Turkish batteries at Treblzonde,
silencing their fire. Also destroyed
two bridges in the vicinity of Platan
and has sunk over fifty of Turkish
sailing crafts which have been en
, . countered at various points, .
Vienna, via Berlin and Wireless to
London. The Russian forces which
have held Bukowina are in full re
treat Already the combined Austro
German forces have pressed invaders
back beyond Zucozawa and Russians
are falling back all along line reslst
" ing strongly as they go.
Battles in Carpathians, continue.
Expedition assigned to relieve Prze
mysl is pressing notrhward, although
it is encountering violent opposition.
At certain of the Carpathian passes
only-slow progress can be made. En
tire mountains are filled with snow
and all bridges and culverts have been
demolished by the Russians. Attempt
to invade Hungary in force, however,
has been frustrated.
GRIEF CRAZED. MAN SHOOTS
NUN, WOUNDS THREE
Denver, Col., Feb. 11. Sister U
biria, a nanr was shot and painfully
wounded and a patient and two at
tendants were fired upon when Frank
- ROseo, 42, suddenly crazed by grief,
whipped out a revolver while stand
w lfig by the bedside of his dying wife
In St Anthony's hospital.
1 Rosso is confined in the observa
tion ward of the County hospital to
day. His Wife died early today, with
in a few hours after her husband had
attempted to take the life of the nuii
who had just assisted in administer
ing the last rites of the Catholic
church to her.
Father PiccolH and S&ter Liblfcat
Sad jtet complete the' aofeafa sfcrv.
ice, with Rosso standing by, wfcea he
opened fire. The irst bullet struck
BITS OF NEWS '
Vacant building owned by Mrs. Lo
c&scio, 940 Milton pL, fired by ia
ceadariea. OasoMne. and bombs a
Auto 6i Charles Schnagl crashed
Into tree which had fallen aofoes
street near 6016 Broadway. Flva
Romanus Manard, Oak Park red
estate dealer, arrested for alleged
flirting with Policewoman Clemeat,
in court today.
Washington. After conference
with Senators Fletcher and Simmeaa
Frea. Wilson decided to consent to no
compromise on ship purchase bill
Washington. Sec'y of Interior
Lane designated by Pres. Wilson to
go to San Franciflca to formally open
Norfolk, V& Steamer D&cJa
sBiled this morning. Not believed it
will be molested by British until Wfett
on way across Atlantic.
Rome. ReV. Father Ledochowskl
elected httd of, Jesuit order at coa
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