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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 27, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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Berlin. British warship was sunk
and two others damaged by German,
coast batteries in bombardment of
Zeebrugge by British fleet
Rome. Roumania has requested
Bulgaria to explain her mobilization
decree.
Washington. Bulgarian legation
today received word to call all Bul
garians in this country to colors.
TIDE OF WAR TURNS ALL FOR
ALLIES ON EVERY FRONT
London. The tide of war has
turned for the allies on every front
Greatest arjillery onslaught of any
war is blowing whole sections of
German Franco-Flanders front to
bits. Allied troops are smashing their
way toward railway lines by which
Teutons hold their grip on Belgium
and Northern France. German loss
esin allied drivp that began Satur
day morning already are believed to
total more than 100,000.
Czar has halted German qffensive
in east Von Hindenburg has been
thrown back in his attempts to reack
Dvinsk and Riga. Russians are on
the offensive on two-thirds of eastern
battle front, recapturing villages and
taking heavy toll in prisoners,.
' Italian war office claims fresh suc
cesses. Serbian artillery is holding
up Austro-German advance. Dis
patches from Athens today asserted
that Bulgaria, three days ago ready
to leap into war with Austro-Ger-roans,
is hesitating.
Dispatches from Paris and from
Dutch points today said that great
battles from Arras northward to sea
and in .Champagne raged without in
terruption throughout Sunday and
Sunday night and is continuing today.
- Germans are rushing new divisions
through Belgium to meet combined
Anglo-French attack on" important
railway center of Lens.
Berlin. Allies hurled countless in
fantry divisions against the German
works in wrhat is believed to. be be
ginning of great Anglo-French offen
sive, Anglo-French gains in 48.hogre i
of consecutive assaults, along .'front
do not equal, in importance the crown
prince's recent .successes in the Ar
gonrie, it was stated here today.
There Was. no feeling of apprehen
sion liere. Berlin knows strength of
German position on western, front
and has no 'fear that mightiest ef
fort of allies -can shatter German
lines.
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EN. .SOUKHOfUJHOFF
Gen. Soukhomlinoff, whom Rus
sians accuse of responsibility for their
repeated defeats, and whose removal'
as war minister followed charges that
he was responsible for the lack of
ammunition, will soon .be tried by a
superior court appointed by the czar
himself.
Baltimore; MrWen McGill Belt's
hens quit laying eggs snakes started
eating glass eggs. Yesterday snake
couldn't get put after swallowing egg,
andMac-got its. ".'""" 'ZT J'
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