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stand that if I catch you walking on
this sidewalk once more I will have
you kicked out, damn you! Do you
understand? I'll have you locked up.
I'll make it so hot-far you that you
will get no job in the" city of Chi
cago." Deponent told Schoenbrun
Chicago isn't the only city she might
earn $6 a week in. Schoenbrun then
pointed her out to policemen and told
them the next time they saw her
walking past the shop they should ar
4 Hit in the Jaw
Harry Waxman, 1302 Hastings st,
worked for Lamm & Co. On Jack
son blvd., near Halsted, Oct 8, at
12:20 p. m. he was attacked and beat
en up by two plain clothes men who
had threatenedjhim the previous day
when he walked, past Lamm shop.
"Deponent states assailants attacked
him from the rear, that one man
struck his head with some instru
ment, causing a deep wound and that
the other assailant struck his jaw."
The policeman on the beat "wit
nessed the attack and refused to ar
rest the assailants, although asked to
do so by deponent and others who
saw what happened."
Nine Cops Did It
Edward Landau, merchant tailor,
57 W. Ohio st, in merchant tailor
business at 459 W, Chicago av, on
Market st, near Van Buren, about
4:20 p. m., Oct 4, saw nine police of
ficers attack 30 girl strikers to pre
vent their passage over Van Buren
st bridge. Girls were handled rough
ly, clothing torn, hair pulled and hats
broken. Among officers were Nos.
2725, 4107, 921, 2885.
PLAN HARRASSING CAMPAIGN
Paris, Oct. 13. Plan of allies seems
to be to keep Kaiser so busy on the
Western and Russian fighting fronts
that he will have no time or men to
spend on campaign in Servia.
German front in Altois and Cham-1
T pagne momentarily expected. Russia
was vigorously offensive today
against Atistrians, says report from
Petrograd of important Muscovite
gains in Galicia. Report says czar's
forces have crossed Strypa and were
driving Austrians in flight rather
Russia is preparing to land great ,
army on Bulgarian coast, according w)
to Rumanian Journal Universzy to
London. Kaiser is already on Ser
vian front, repeated rumor.
Vienna, via Berlin and London.
Austro-German forces are attacking
Serbians all along their front Have
gained control of hills overlooking all
river crossings. Hot resistance by
Rome. Corrispondenza, semi-official
paper, says pope has secured
promise from sultan of Turkey that
massacre of Armenians will stop.
Paris. Report denied that Japan
ese troops will be used in Balkans.
High officials afraid such step would
have bad effect oil public opinion.
Transfer of Serbia's temporary cap
ital from Nish to Monastir expected
within 48 hours.
London. After giving crew time
to get off a British submarine dyna
mited German steamer Walter Leon
ard in the Baltic Tuesday. Other
German craft destroyed by British
undersea boats in samewaters in past
few days were steamships Nicomedla,
Gutrune, Germania, Lules and an un
identified steam vessel.
Paris. Following heavy bombard
ment throughout day, Germans made
determined infantry attack on the
French line northeast of Souchez
Tuesday evening. It was repulsed. jl)
Intense artillery actions raged all
night between the Somme and Ooise'
in Andecy region, at Moronvillers,
east of Rheims, about Tahure and
east of Mesnil hill.
Athens, via London. Serbians re
pulsed Bulgarian attempt to take po
sitions south of Zaitchar'on railroad x
between Nish and Prochovo,,