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ALLIES DEMAND GREECE SEND
TEUTON DIPLOMATS. HOME
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
England and France have presented
a virtual ultimatum to Greece, ac
cording to Sofiatlisj5atches today,
demanding that Greece hand to the
diplomats of the central empires
their passports within 48 hours.
If the Greek government does not
accept, the allies will take "neces
sary measures," the Sofia dispatch
asserted. The Sofia dispatch, com
ing on the heels of Athens reports
that British troops have been landed
five miles from the Greek capital, left
little doubt in Berlin that the allies
have decided to exert pressure of
armed forces to compel Greece to
abandon her neutral position.
London. Large bodies of Anglo
French troops are being landed on
Greek coast to reinforce Gen. Sarrail
and meet Austro-German-Bulgarian
drive, which it is believed will not be
long delayed. Reinforcing troop's
presumably are veterans of Gallipoli.
London. Bulgarian troops are
being withdrawn from Albania be
cause of dissension among Austro
Germans and Bulgars, according to
wireless dispatch from Rome.
"Advices from Atheiis state Bul
garia and Turkey are inclined to con
clude peace with allies," added Rome
Rome report not confirmed from
any other source and received with
greatest reserve. Recent advices were
Bulgarian troops were pressing
against Serbians west of Albanian
town of Elbassan.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
Semi-official denial was authorized
here today of British claim that
CapL Franz von Papen, recalled mili
tary attache to U. S., paid money to
persons responsible for munlon fac
tory or other plots in the U. S.
It "was denied that "Von Papen ever
paid any money to Werner Horn, ac
cused of attempting to blow up Inter
national bridge -at Vanceboro, Me.
DUD TAYLOR PROTESTS BUCK'S
' STRIKE BUREAU PLAN
Dudley Taylor, attorney for the
Associated Employers of Illinois and
right-hand man for his bread and
butter's sake of all those who op
pose union labor and support the
ooen shop, appeared before the coun
cil police committee this morning to
protest against passage of Aid.
Buck's order creating a strike bureau
in the police department
In the course of his remarks he de
clared that he represented the Illinois
Manufacturers' ass'n, thereby' ad
mitting that the Associated Employ
ers of HI. is simply a strikebreaking
body for the 111. Mfg. ass'n, in the
opinion of labor men.
To hear Dud talk one would have
imagined that strikebreakers are all
exemplary types of manhood, they
are gentlemen through and through
and could do no wrong. The differ
ence between Dud's definition of a
strikebreaker, or private guards, as
he called them, and the definition
that would be given them by people
who saw them insulting and beating
up young girls in the garment strike
is that Dud draws a fancy salary for
making out that he believes that the
strikebreakers are polished courtiers.
Dud appealed to the council com
mittee to "throw out that order en
tirely." Dud's bosses are deathly
afraid of that order. They are afraid
if council passes it that their present
privilege of hiring strong-arm men
to beat up helpless men and women
will be curtailed.
Taylor said he "did not believe
there could be such a thing as a neu
Taylor, though, admitted that the
employers are afraid of public opin
ion. He said that the standing of a
uniformed policeman in front of a
restaurant where waitresses were
striking would ruin the business of
the restaurant, as the, public would