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GREECE TO AID SERBIA IN WAR
London, Nov. 11. Greece may,
after all, go to Serbia's aid against
the Bulgarians, according to delayed
message received-by Exchange Tele
graph Co. from Athens today.
Arrival at Salonika of so many
more British troops as to convince
Greek government of allies' deter
mination to fight Austro-Germans
and Buigars effectively is given as
reason for this change in outlook.
Petrograd. Russians are succeed
ing in their efforts to prevent Ger
mans from digging trenches on their
eastern front, int osuch a line of per
manent entrenchments as they have
constructed in west
NOTHIN' TO WASH
.Business of selling laundry ma
chinery is bad, contends G. W.
Prosch, 5516 Lafayette av., salesman.
"Modern women are taking Eve
for a model," he says. "The more
fashionable you are the less clothes
you wear. If this keeps on the most
ancient of institutions will have noth-ing-to
wash but men's colors."
ANCONA FLED FROM ATTACK i
AMERICANS AMONG MISSING
Rome, Nov. 11. Only 11 Amer
icans were aboard Ancona. Societa
Italia stated today. Mrs. Cecil Greil,
saved, was only native-born Ameri
can citizen. Others were ten Italians
who had become naturalized Amer
Latest reports indicate about 17S
Washington, Nov. 11. Of 496 pas
sengers and crew of Italian liner An
cona, 347 were reported saved and 27
Americans lost in official dispatches
to state department today.
Rome, Nov. 11. That the Italian
liner Ancona fled from Austrian sub
marine that attacked her, with her
wireless cracking out calls for help,
was reported in majority of dis
patches that reached here today.
One or two correspondents, cabling
from Tunisian coast, sent word that
Ancona halted immediately when
stopped by submarine and was then,
sunk before her passengers could es
cape. But most reports early today
1 agreed that liner took to flight and
only hove to when submarine over
hauled her and poured shrapnel upon
Confused and fragmentary mes
sages today made accurate estimates
of the number of dead still out of the
question. The estimates ranged from
150 to 300.
At least a score of Americans prob
ably were among victims. Dispatch
es received here thus far have listed
by one American, Mrs. Cecil L. Greil,
among survivors. The best informa
tion obtained by American embassy
indicated that 27 Americans were
London. British steamship Caria
sunk by German submarine today.
Bloomington, III. Mrs. Eugene
Savage of this city today denied re
ports that her husband, artist, who
won Prix de Rome prize in J.912 for
hiB painting "Morniner" is among
those losj&n. torpedoed. UnK Ansosfc "