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hatred of the class to which they once
If I were asked for a definition of
a "scab" I would not give the one
the majority of the workers give. I
would say a "scab" is a creature over
whom men and angels must weep
a human being without self-respect.
A GERMANS INVADE SERBIA
WESTERN FRONT ACTIVE
Berlin, Via Wireless to London.
German war office announced inva
sion of Serbia by Austro-German
forces. "Austro-German troops have
crossed the Danube river at several
points," s aid official statement.
"They have obtained firm foothold
on eastern bank of Drina and the
southern banks of the Danube and
Athens. Allies served notice on
Greece that all merchandise consign
ed through Greece ports to Bulgaria
will be treated as contraband of war
Paris. Activity on western front
extended last night and early today
to Woevre region and to Lorraine.
French troops exploded two mines
near Sparges (Meuse heights) seri
ously damaging German works. Vio
lent artillery duel continued between
Meuse and Moselle.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
"Bulgaria expects declaration of war
from allies today," said Sofia dis
patch. Paris. Germans were hurled hack
all along French front in desperate
attempts to win back positions taken
by French in recent attacks. Four
successive enemy attacks were di-
dected against works taken by the
0 French west of Souchez-Angres road.
Paris. Terrific hammering by the
French artillery has worn down Ger
man powers of resistance in Cham
pagne region. German second line
trenches are crumbling under heavy
pounding of shells and there are in
dications that enemy's line is about
ttf-glve way along wide front Cap-1
ture of Tahure and Tahure Heights
accomplished with comparatively
slight losses for French.
London. Dutch steamer Texel
stroom has been sunk by German
submarine. 20 survivors reported
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
War office admitted new French at
tacks in Champagne region have
driven Germans from positions about
London. AH diplomatic repre
sentatives of allied powers left Sofia
today, according to Athens dis
patches. Hostilities on Serb-Bulgarian
border expected to begin before
many hours, simultaneously with at
tack by Austro-Germans on Serbia's
First detachments of French troops
who landed at Salonika are reported
to have reached Serbian frontier,
near Gievgeh, where they were re
ceived enthusiastically by Serbian
patrols. Other reinforcements for
Serbs are hurrying forward from Sa
lonika as rapidly as railway facilities
Landing of British troops begun
yesterday is continuing today. Brit
ish for present are being held at Sa
lonika, awaiting arrival of supplies.
Chicago Single Tax club has se
cured Rev. Dr. Charles E. Snyder of
Pittsburgh to speak on "The Ethics
of Single Tax," Friday, 8 p. m., at
Schiller hall, 64 W. Randolph st
Fire dangers will be discussed at
City club luncheon Friday by C. S. '
Pellet and J. E. Latta.
Mrs. Ida L. Fursman, president of
Chicago Teachers' Federation, will
speak on "Labor and Public Schools"
at N Christian Socialist Fellowship
meeting, 601 Masonic Temple, Sun
day, 2:45 p. m. Rev. Irwin Tucker
will discuss evolution of the bible.
Many a man blames the weather
when tie real fault is with his stomach.