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JJVIcNaUy4301 S. State; W. Mario,
1925 Allport; John Nieses, 3157
Montrose; Rob't H. Regan, 4701 S.
State; John Scudder, 4633 N. West
ern, and Jos. Zelinskf, 2759 W. Chi
NINE OUSTED TEACHERS BACK
ON JOB FOR A DAY
Thft fihicaeo Teachers' Federation
is rapidly getting ready for a court
fight against the high-handed meth
od with which Jake Loeb is running
the public schools of Chicago. Yes
terday the teachers' att'y, Isaac T.
Greenacre, served Acting Sup't of
Schools, Chas. D. Lowry with a copy
of Judge Sullivan's injunction against
Loeb rule No. 1, which restrained the
board from interfering with the fed
eration. In the meanwhile 9 of the 38 teach
ers who were discharged because of
their connection with the federation
slipped one over on Jake Loeb by re
porting for duty at their old schools
yesterday, thereby establishing the
fact for court purposes that they
were ready and willing to perform
The entire 38 made an effort to re
sume their places. The 9 who were
successful before the "powers that
be" on the board got busy were: Ida
Fursman, Alice T. Keary, Margaret
Kelly, Mary E. Murrye, May Ward,
Ida SchifQin, Mary Moynihan, Sere
na Hayes and Mrs. Eleanor Nowlan.
The petitions placed in circulation
by Mrs. Raymond Robins and others
urging Mayor Thompson to keep the
schools free from politics are rapid
ly being signed.
Twelve families driven from apart
ment building, 3216-20 Ainslie, last
night when bag of sulphmur caught
fire in hallway and filled building
Lake county coroner investigating
death of Mrs. Hugh Kent, wife of the
mayor of Gary, Ind., found dead in
her home with bullet through heart
an( revolver near by.
CRITISH AND GERMAN AIRMEN
INFLICT HEAVY DAMAGE
Amsterdam. British airmen bom
barded and destroyed German sub
marine in Zeebrugge harbor, return
ing safely to base at Dunkirk.
x The Hague. Zeppelin badly dam
is jtpH landfill near Mons. following a
1 raid on London and was dissembled
and its parts shipped to Germany.
Several of crew suffering from
London. Large crowds gathered
near Cuffley today for burial of crew
of Zeppelin shot down Sunday morn
ing, interment having been post
poned from Monday because of ob
jection to military funeral.
Copenhagen. Three Zeppelins'
took part in Sunday night raid on
Bucharest They dropped bombs on
large wheat storehouses in Ruma
nian capital, starting several fires.
Berlin. Village of Clery 'cap
tured by French.
Berlin. Seven Rumanian works
at town of Tutrakan, 40 miles south
east of Bucharest, stormed and cap
tured by Germans and Bulgarians.
Lpndon. Germans and Bulgars
have concentrated artillery and men
against strongly fortified bridgehead
at Tutraken on the Danube, 40 miles
southeast of Bucharest.
Bucharest. Rumanian troops cap
tured Transylvanian town of Sepri-Scep-Gyorgi
in Merisor valley, taking
500 wagons, foodstuffs and forage.
German-Bulgarian attacks against
Bridgehead of Tutrakan on Danube
Paris. Second anniversary of be
ginning of battle of Marne, which
turned German tide from gates of
Paris, celebrated here today.
London. British captured whole
Louze wood, mile northeast of Com
blB, last night. Desperate fighting
going on between Combles and Gin-
chy. i ,
Paris. Germans attempted attack
Ion Fleury, northeast of Verdun, last
night. French fire neia enemy to
trenches in most jplaces.