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LATEST WAR PLAN IS TO CRUSH
SERBIA BETWEEN ARMIES
London. Within fortnight Bulga
ria will join Austro-Germans in com
bined attempt to cut path through
Balkans to Constantinople.
Central empires plan to crush Ser
bia by squeezing her between three
hostile armies. Austro-Germans will
attack on her western and northern
frontiers. Simultaneously Bulgarians
are expected to strike at Serbs from
east They plan to occupy Serbian
Macedonia unless the Anglo-French
troops promised Serbia by the allies
repel their invasion.
Paris. Allies steadily improving
their positions in Artois and Cham
Another heavy smash against Ger
man lines will not be long postponed.
All along Anglo-French front artillery
is becoming increasingly active.
French losses have been surprising
ly light, considering nature of fight
ing. Paris. French pushed their lines
forward both in Artois and Cham
pagne regions in renewed assaults
throughout last night and today.
Geneva. Italy preparing to send
200,000 troops to Balkans to aid of
Serbia when expected Austro-Ger-man-Bulgar
French and English artillerymen
arriving at Belgrade almost daily. De
tachment of Russian gunners re
ported to have been sent to Serbian
front more than month ago.
Baltimore. Judge Carrol T. Bond
gave Miss Mary Garden (not THE
Mary) 5 days in jail for throwing a
kiss to him in open court
New York. If politics should ever
prove unprofitable, Thomas F. Smith,
secretary of Tammany Hall, would
make a good Coney Island "barker."
He called 6,080 names in 21 minutes,
33 seconds at a meeting.
New Rochelle, N. Y. Because four
pupils from high school here were
.Suspended for not patronizing schooj
lutfchroom, 880 pupils signed protest
and threatened to strike. Nearby
restaurants hope they win.
WANT TO TEACH COPPERS JUST
WHAT THEIR WORK IS
"No, the force isn't what it used
to be," said an old bluecoat with six
stripes on his arm, which stand for
30 years of service, said this morning. W
"Here the papers say they want to
teach us law. What next? I've stud
ied for 30 years and am still getting
$110 a month. They'll want a col
lege diploma next
The faculty of the Northwestern
university will meet next week to map
out a course in elementary law and
police science, which, with the sanc
tion of the mayor and chief of police,
will be taught to the members of the
The school is expected to double
the efficiency of the police.
It will be operated without cost to
Chief Healey must order certain
classes to attend before it will be
Dean Wigmore will give a short
course in three divisions: The appli-
cation of psychology to the detection
of crime, the analysis of crime and
its investigation, and probably a
course in physiology to give pupils
a broader outlook on the value of
medical testimony and its value.
"The policeman now holds the'
wrong sentiment toward the man he
arrests," said Frederick Crossley;
secretary of the law school. "We exv
pect to remedy this and give them ar
It will be the first school of its kimr
in the United States. i:w)
"Fine," said Chief Justice Olson of
the municipal court, when he heard
of the plan. "It will result in fewer .
bonehead arrests if carried through."
The average man's arm is 30
inches long; the average woman '5.
waist is 30 inches round. How wonT
derful are thy works, 0 Najure -A