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can Car and Foundry Co., I am In
formed, paid $75,000 as its portion of
Cooley's expenses when Cooley was
getting data to use in trying to put
over the dual educational bill for the
"Why is it theChicago city ad
ministration picks mebfor the school
board for the ability to loot?"
The meeting passed a resolution
expressing determination that rights
of labor and citizenship shall not be
abridged by the board of education
and expressing confidence that the
Teachers' Federation would continue
its fight against mismanagement and
corruption of public schools.
Mayor Thompson and city council
were warned that labor would ask an
accounting if people unfavorable to
organized labor were appointed to
the school board next October.
Berlin. 300,000 Russian troops
are in grave danger of being cut off
entirely from armies of the north by
new Austro-German offensive in the
Slavs being thrown back upon line
from Brody, stretching southward
through Tarnopol. In pursuit east of
Brzezany, Austrians are approaching
Around Brest Litovsk and before
Vilna Russians continue their retreat
Bavarians under Prince Leopold
pressing through forests north of
Brest Litovsk are within 10 miles of
Brest Litovsk-Minsk railway, mov
ing eastward on Prushany road.
London. Activities of allied air
craft being renewed. Bombarding
German barracks and positions in
west Raid made by French airmen
last night on railway station and bar
racks of Germans at Grandpre and
at Monchemin and Lancon.
Germany's fleet of Zeppelins has
been repainted leaden gray similar to
color of battleships which renders
them difficult to see even when fly
ing beneath the clouds. Latest I
models resemble large fish so they
have lost familiar cigar shape.
Germany and Austria are doing
everything in their power to bring
about war between Bulgaria and her
neighbors according to Balkan cor
respondent of Times.
Constantinople. New attack by
land and sea on Turkish positions at
Dardanelles. Allies reported repulsed.
Vienna. Italian attack along Ison
zo front increasing in extent and vio
lence. In Doberdo district Italian at
tack on Monte Seibusi repulsed.
Rome. Italian troops captured
some Austrian trenches on summit
of Monte Rombon. Austrian attack
repulsed at Monte Armentera.
Petrograd. Formation of coalition
cabinet to direct affairs of Russia for
remainder of war urged at great
meeting in Moscow, according to dis
patches received here today.
London. British steamer Sir Wil
liam Stephenson, 1,540 tons, sunk by
Berlin. Closing in upon Russian
fortress of Grodno, German forces
have captured city of Lipsk, 20 miles
west of Grodno forts.
Second German force approaching
Grodno from southwest. Evacuation
of fortress, last Slav stronghold de
fending Warsaw-Petrograd railway,
expected before end of week.
19 ITALIAN RESERVISTS CO
INSANE OVER WAR
Naples. 19 Italian reservists, re
called to colors from America, went
insane on trip to this port aboard the
White Star liner Canopic, which ar
rived today. Worry over their possi
ble fate at firing -line supposed to
have been cause. Interned in asylum
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"L" ARGUMENT TO ARBITRATION
B. I. Budd, president of the elevated
lines, has refused to increase his re
cent compromise salary offer to the
men and so the question will go to
arbitration. It may be months before
the arbitration board starts sittings