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"If .1 went back to Russia now I
"would naye to tell them my fellow
Jews In this country are backsliding,
are not 'Converted to democracy.
When will these rich manufacturers
who now send their daughters abroad
recognize that there are countries
from whioh thpv reimB whir.h will not
permit residents such liberty? When
will they hear the voice of the many
crying for justice?"
The committee of sponsors for the
meeting as given by Ellen pates Starr
of Hull house, included: Judge and
Mrs. Wm. B. Brown, W. R. Sterling,
Solomon Sturgis, Sigmund Zeisler,
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Dobyns, Mr.
and Mrs. Merritt Starr, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Harding, Prof, and Mrs. P. R.
Lillie, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dauchy,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Dummer, Prof,
and Mrs. George W. Mead, Prof, and
Mrs. James Tufts, Prof, and Mrs. P.
W. Thomas, Prof, and Mrs. James A.
Field and Mrs. H. M. Wilmarth.
TURKS SINK A SUBMARINE
BULGARIAN COAST SHELLED
Berlin, via Salville Wireless. Tur
kish artillery sank French submarine
Torguoise off Anafarta Sunday. Tur
kish gunners also hit allied transport
in same vicinity and ship disappeared
enveloped in smoke.
Berlir)f via Sayville Wireless. Bul
garian artillery from Kuyagevac and
Pirot bombarding outer forts of Nish.
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless. An
Anglo-French naval bombardment of
Bulgarian- Aegean coasf reported
in progress in Sofia dispatch. No
mention made of Russian attack on
Black Sea coast
Bucharest, via London. Russian
transport fleetsighted off Baleik Sun-
tday. . Destroyers escorted flotilla.
Approaching Bulgarian port of Var
na, transports dropped .behind and
d. warships began bombarding port.
fc?. Athens. French and Bulgarians
g,, . ,.
f- are engaged in great Dattie in strum-
nit ?a and Knvolak regions.
Paris. Violent artillery eQfiPMOtt,
era and infantry skirmishing between
French jand Bulgarians in Serbia re
ported. " '
London. Serbia's plight growing
rapidly worse today. Germans 50
miles south of Daube in places. Aus-
tnans, driving eastward from direc
tion of Vicegrad, making some prog
ress, though hampered by the Mon
tenegrins who hung on their right
flank. Bulgarians already in force
along east -and west line from their
frontier to Nish-Salonika railroad in
Veles and Uskub region.
London. British, steamship Ta
ward sunk by submarine. All on
Athens. Chances that Greece will
enter war are pf remotest at present.
Greek public opinion concerning gar
ticipation in struggle is exactly
what public opinion is in U. S. Every
body wants to keep out of it
If Bulgarians in fight with Serbia
should spill over Greek t frontier,, a
small , Greeco - Bulgarian conflict
would be possible. Germany, how
ever, promises that Bulgarians will
pot, do this. Ex-Premier Venizelos
remains in Athens.
London. King George continues
FIGHT DUE ON SCHOOL BOARD
JA bitter fight will be made on the
mayor's school board appointments
when they come up for ratification In
the city council tonight A few ald
ermen are prepared to fight every one "
of the appointments, others think the -battle
will center around John P.
Brushingham, politician minister; A. l
Sheldon Clark and W. N. Selig, who
are declared, to be non-eligible under-
the state law compelling the trustees
to be a resident of the city five years w
previous to the appointment
Mayor Thompson has refused to
reply to the charges against his ap-
pointments. He has given out the
statement '"hat he, thinks they'll all
qualife'yeral.tlmea. -., , ..,ws