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Detroit. AfteT brockade lasting
more than 24 hours and causing the
worst tie-up of lake freighters in his
tory of great lakes navigation, U. S.
ship canal into Lake-43t. Clair was
opened to traffic today.""
Berlin, via Tuckerton Wireless.
Damage estimated at million dollars
done by fire which destroyed docks
at Italian town of Rivarole and is still
burning, according to dispatch from
Rome. $800,000 in gold, to defray
expenses of Italian exhibits at San
Francisco exposition, went down with
Italian liner Ancona, sunk by sub
marine. Washington. A telegraphic copy
of the petition filed by Nebraska Re
publicans placing Justice Hughes
name on the presidential primary bal
lot in that state, was laid before the
Calumet, Mich. Steamer Alfred P.
Wright, wheat laden, bound from Du
luth, burned to water's edge in Por
tage entry harbor of refuge.
Bordeaux, France. French liner
Rochambeau arrived with Capt. Ju
ham still undecided concerning cause
of fire which broke out in vessel's
hold off Halifax.
Boston. Harry Fay, Cambridge,
suffering from concussion of brain,
possible fracture of skull and scalp
wounds because he attempted to
strike Joseph Maier when latter call
ed him "Dorothy."
Atlantic City, N. J. Spite fence
erected by Archibald Lambert served
to hide operations of thieves who rob
bed summer residences of several
Washington. With Minister to
Belgium Brand Whitlock on way
home, friends of Pres. Wilson discuss
ing possibility of naming him running
mate for Wilson.
Washington, Controller of cur
rency issued call on all national
banks for report of condition at close I
of business November 10. 1
FRENCH AND GREEKS CLASH
OPEN BREAK IMMINENT
Berlin, via Tuckerton Wireless.
Greek and French troops clashed at
Salonika, Vienna messages said.
French tried to occupy Greek am
munition tower and were forcibly
prevented from doing so by Greeks.
Later French authorities apologized,
"pretending" affair was mistake.
Paris. Naval fighting German
and Austrian submarines against
French and British cruisers in
Greek waters is distinct possibility of
Greek government has refused de
mands which allies insist on, as es
sential to safety. Aiiies prepared to
use force to compel compliance with
wishes. Central powers undoubtedly
will help King Constantine to resist.
The statement is not made here or
in London that he said he would in
tern any French or British troops
who might be driven out of Serbia or
Bulgaria into Greece, but allies im
pression is this is what he means.
Berlin, via London. Terrible na
tural difficulties rather than enemy's
resistance making Austro-German
and Bulgarian progress slow in Cen
Vienna, via Berlin and Say villa
Wireless. Goritz has suffered heav
ily by Italian bombardment.
Copenhagen. Feared German
stea'mer Hermania destroyed by a
British submarine with loss of her
crew. Empty lifeboat from Hermania
found at mouth of Lulea river. J
Petrograd. Fearful that plotting
and counter-plotting by Germanic
and entente allies representatives will
end in bloodshed in Teheran, Shah
has left Persian capital with his min
isters. Petrograd. Russians captured
49,874 Austro-Hungarian prisoners
of war during October. 674 are offi
cers. Paris.-i-Strong campaign in favor
of votes for French women, because
they have worthily replaced men dur
ing war, started by leading journalistj
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