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berger, 4758 Winthrop av.,' returned
Heads of city departments who are
to be fired shortly preparing "swan
Coroner Peter Hoffman" to print
monthly bulletin to be called "Public
Two autos collided in front of
Blackstone hotel. I. P. Jones, 4159
Vincennes av., driver, cut by glass.
Plans .of $500,000 clubhouse dis
cussed by members o Chicago Wom
'Chicago Police asked to search for
parents of Alice Norton, 20, found
wandering about streets of Carlisle
. Bake shop In Dunning insane asy
lum caught fire. Patients frightened.
Capt Smith, Englewood station,
says he has in custody 3 of the 5 men
who killed William Weil, aged florish.
Will arrest two others.
Walenty Jakibiak fined $1 and
josts for giving baby beer and whisky
to drink in celebration at home, 941?
i Sam Stak, tailor, 1372 E. 55th, ar
rested by wife who says he tried to
blow1 her up by placing pan of gas
oline near stove.
' ' Speeders Court Judge Jarecki com
pared motorcycle with snake when
he fined Fred Schulz $15 for speed
ing. Chas. McKay, Glencoe blacklayer,
saw home in flames. Ran in to get
wife and children. ..They had escap
ed. Badly burned". .
A special meeting of Newsboys
ijnion, Local 14,567, will'be held at
180 W. Washington st, at 8 o'clock
tonight. Members are urgently, asked
' "Is the Ethics of Jesus Possible if
Desirable?" is subject of lecture by
William Thurston Brown at Colonial
hall, 20 W. Randolph St., Sunday, at
T GERMAN AVIATOR" BOMBARDS
HOSPITAL, KILLING TWO
AmsterdaTrw-German aviator bom
barded hospital at Bergues, five miles
south of Dunkirk, France, killing two
Red Cross attendants and wounding
third. British soldier and several
others near hospital were injured. Re
turning to German lines German was
fired upon and brought down near
Seenvoordle. Both aviator and ob
server were killed.
London. Wild reports that both
Germany and Holland were quietly
massing troops along Dutch-Belgian
frontier, coupled with rumors that
Germany was about to invade Hol
land, reached London today from
English sources at The Hague, Am
sterdam and other Dutch cities.
London papers laid great stress
upon these reports. In neutral quar
ters it was said that while public
opinion in The Netherlands undoubt
edly is concerned fiver reported Ger
man attacks on Dutch shipping, no
situation exists to warrant open
break. Holland is almost equally in
censed over restrictions laid by the
British blockade of Germany
Contradictory rumors regarding
the Austro-Italian situation 'received.
Report that Austria finally had de
cided to cede Treritino to Italy in re
turn for Italian neutrality revived.
British papers printed dispatch, pur
porting to come from Italian frontier,
asserting that Italian fleet was being
concentrated toward, the Adriatic.
Berlin. 6,000 Albanian insurgents
attacking Albanian capital of Duraz
zo. Shell reported 'to have shattered
house of Essad Pasha minister of
war and of interior.
Washington. German converted
cruiser Prinz Fatel Friedrich was to
day scheduled for last cruise of the
present war trip from her dock at
Newport News, following her inter
ment, Wednesday night, to Norfolk
Dance hall bar law to come uo be
fore council at meeting today,