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Corporation Counsel Sam! Ettelson,
has rendered an opinion that the or
der is illegal.
"Ettelson has not a leg to stand on
in giving that opinion," said Aid.
Buck. "Chief Healey has always
had the right to revoke at any time
he pleases the license..of any private
policeman. If the administration
wanted to enforce the council order
directing the wearing of stars on the
outside of the coats and private po
lice and factory sluggers, all it would
have to do would be to direct the
chief of police to revoke the licenses
of those who would not obey the
Berlin. Russian warships today
bombarded town of Petragge on
Courland Baltic sea coast, now held
Athens. Revolt started by Djemal
Pasha against Constantinople gov
ernment believed to threaten formid
able development. Arabs reported
rallying in great numbers to Druses
tribesmen in Syria whom Djemal first
succeeded in inciting to rebellion.
London. To enable him to take
part in future European conferences
Pope will practically, though not for
mally, renounce all claims to tempor
al power at next consistory, accord
ing to Rome dispatch.
Berlin. Capture by Germans of
2,000 more Serbs announced official
ly. Prisoners taken in Central Ser
bian region west of Nish, through
which Serb main army is trying to
Paris. Reported heavy artillery
fignting in vicinity of Fontenoy in
Champagne and about Flirey in the
Salonika, Greece. Big battle
rages about Strumnitza today.
Strong Bulgarian forces engaged
with formidable body of British and
French. Allies have been inside the
Southwestern Bulgarian frontier for
a week. Strumnitza first objective.
If Strumnitza is carried Bulgars
line of communications between
their forces in Serbia and Sofia will
be endangered and Macedonia cam
paign plans will be upset completely.
Athens. Overwhelming Serbs
north of Prilep, Bulgars entered Ba
buna pass today.
Rome. Following reports of heavy
cannonading off Sardinian coast, re
ported Italian torpedo boat flotilla
has chased and sunk Austrian sub
marine. Rome. Italian passenger steam
ship Bormida has been sunk by sub
marine. All on board reported saved.
London. Frequent food riots in
Berlin with threats from authorities
that ringleaders will be shot if dis
orders continue reported today in
Rome. German submarine stop
ped Italian steamship Milano in Medi
terranean, but spared vessel because
there were several German-Americans
Athens. Field Marshal Von Mack
ensen will take command of Turks'
Dardanelles operations as soon as he
arrives in Constantinople. Turks are
preparing already to give grand re
ception to Austro-German forces
which broke down Serbian barrier
and opened communications between
Berlin and Constantinople.
HIS "LAST FLING" NOT SO YOU
CAN NOTICE IT
Man who gave his name as Lyman
H. Reynolds, 25, of Cambridge,
Mass., walked into Desplaines street
police station today and said that
instead of committing suicide he
wanted to face charge of embezzle
ment He said he worked for the Metro
politan Warehouse & Storage Co. for
five years. Last Thursday, he said,
after quarrel at home, he took about
$200 from the safe on which to have
"a last fling and then kick off."
The Cambridge police were notified.
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