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WAR BY SERVIA CERTAIN AIR
MEN ATTACK LIEGE
Nish, Serbia. Bulgarian minister
received his passports today. Declar
ation of war deemed matter of hours.
Paris. Heavy cannonading raged
throughout the night about Souchez
Hill 140 at La Folie, in Artois district
German cannonading reported active
near Roye on Aisne toward Tracy
l Le-Val and at St Mard forest
Dublin, via London. German prog
ress south of Ste. Marie Py, where
French threatened railroad depended
on by kaiser for supplies, announced.
Berlin, via London. Three Austro
German invasions of Servia progress
ing satisfactorily. Fighting at sev
eral points. Southwest of Belgrade
several hundred captures made.
Paris. Balkan campaign opening
today. Terrific artillery fighting con
tinued in Artois and Champagne re
gions. New York. King George of Eng
land threatens to abdicate throne if
war ends in inconclusive peace, ac
cording to story in New York Sun.
Berlin, via Sayville, L. I. Bulgaria'
joined Teutonic allies because only
thus can all Bulgarian peoples be
united, according to manifesto by
London. Reported allied airmen
have raided Liege.
Amsterdam. German diplomatic
activity in Roumania was indicated
in dispatches from Sofia today.
Prince Langenburg, recently tem
porary German ambassador at Con
stantinople, is negotiating at Buch
arest Zurich, Switzerland. For oppos
ing Bulgaria's entrance into war,
leders of Agrarian party are being
A arrested wholesale, Sofia dispatches
Liverpool. EmpYess of Britain, ex
Canadian Pacific liner commandered
by government at outbreak of war,
was towed back to port today, badly
damaged by fire of unknown origin.
Carried no cargo.
Rome. Pope Benedict has asked
J belligerent governments to allow war
prisoners to abstain from work Sun
days. HOLD YANKEE BOY AS SPY
Washington, Oct 8. Charged with
being a German spy, a 20-year-old
Princeton student, Gustav Kenneth
Wood Triest of New York, is being
held for trial at London.
Young Triest ran away from Prin
ceton last spring and enlisted in the
British navy's wireless Service. That
he wrote a letter to the German gov
ernment offering to sell war informa
tion is the charge against him.
The state department has secured
postponement of trial from Oct 4 to
Oct 18, and is seeking fu ther post
ponement to submit affidavits of
Princeton classmates that the boy is
Young Comrades Educational Re
public meets tomorrow, 2:30 p. m.,
Workers Institute, 920 S. Ashland av.
, Chi. Waitresses' ass'n will hold first
iadies' night of season, Tuesday, Oct
12, 115 W. Madison. Dancing, cab
Stanford Park children will give
autumn festival tomorrow afternoon.
"What Every Young Man and
Woman Should Know" will be subject
lecture Wm. T. Brown, Colonial Hall,
20 W. Randolph Sunday evening.
M,ajor Honore J. Jaton will speak
on "Militarism" at 644 W. 12th st,
KISSLESS MAN SOAKED $20,000
Mineola, L I., Oct & Warren A.
Browne must pay Joseph O'Connor
St John $20,000 for alienation of
Mrs. St. John's affections, though he
swears he never kissed nor hugged a
woman in all the 54 years of his non
Jury's sealed verdict was returned
yesterday. Browne announced ha
will make another attempt to prove
his kissless, hugless existence by ft2