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WHAT IS SOCIETY GOING TO DO
FOR ITS MILK?
"Sassiety" is shocked! Mrs. Scott
Durand of Lake Bluff, the "million
dollar dairy maid," is to lose her $75,
000 herd of cows. Where will "sassie
ty" get its milk now .that Mrs. Du
rand's 12-cent article is"doomed?
Those horrid federal inspectors
who placed a death sentence onpam
Insull's prize herd, on Louis Swift's
medaled bunch of cattle and Byron
Smith's aristocratic cows visited the
famous Carbtree farm. Mrs. Durarid's
milk business stopped yesterday.
And "sassiety" got another shock!
It had been drinking milk which came
from cows infected with foot and
mouth disease! Lake Forest, Highland
Park, Kenilworth and Winnetka ma
trons' are all a-tremble. They may
get the foot and mouth disease.
Society has paid fancy prices for
the milk from Mrs. Durand's swell
cows for some time. You know, Mrs.
Durand is not a common milk dealer.
She runs the dairy farm as a hobby
and has more money than most of her
Mrs. Durand, be it known, is the
same one who lets cows overrun her
fifty-acre farm and has big signs
posted about the place to warn away
human animals. "No trespassing,"
the signs read.
She had a ten-year-old boy taken
into custody some time ago because
he trespassed and cut his initials in
one of the trees in her exclusive
DYERS WIN STRIKE
It took Dye House Workers' union,
Local 14790, just two hours to win a
strike which started against .the
Great Western Dye House Wednes
day morning. The fifteen involved
asked for time and a half for over
time and recognition of their union.
W. J. Riordan, president and business
agent of the dyers' union, took the
case up with I. Gordon, manager of
the concern and the demands of the
men were granted.
RUSSIANS WIN DECISIVE BATTLE
Petrograd Decisive victory in the
Russian fighting before Tarnopol.
Two German divisions, reinforced by
Austrian brigade, hurled back in at
tempt to throw Slavs out of Galicia.
Russians counter-attacked and are
driving enemy westward.
Crowds gathered in the streets to
cheer news of most important Rus- I
sian victory in southeast since Aus-tro-German
drive began. Every
where the news was connected with
action of emperor in assuming
charge of empire's military forces.
"It is an omen of success for the
Little Father," was the approving
murmur that ran through the streets.
Paris. German aeroplanes flew
over suburbs of Paris today, drop
ping number of bombs. Extent of
damage not known.
Amsterdam. 25 persons killed,
many of them soldiers, in French air
raid on Saarbrucken, Rhenish Prus
sia. Military station blown up. Ger
man airmen reported they killed a
Paris. German aeroplanes bom
barded suburbs of Paris today. Gov
ernment will permit announcement
as to casualties.
French dirigible bombarded rail
way station at Neale, 15 miles south
west of St Quentin. French aviators
showered bombs on station at Chal
lerange, railway junction in rear of
German crown prince's army.
Fierce fighting occurring north of
Arras and in Lorraine. Near Binar
ville French captured both prisoners
and machine guns. Advanced post
combats have occurred at other
points in Lorraine-Alsave region.
London. Two separate air raids f-
on "eastern counties" of England oc- -
curred last night
Office Employes' ass'n will meet
7:30 p. m., Friday, room 409 Lake-
view bldg., S. Michigan blvd., to hear
John H. Walker speak.