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missed the cash and they locked
Huggins up. He told his story In
Judge Dolan's court this morning.
The judge continued the case for
investigation. Huggins say he hasn't
got the treatment yet, although he is
suffering all the tortures his disease
Judge Dolan is trying to send'him
where he can get a doctor's care
SERBIANS FIGHT WAY BACK
INTO OWN COUNTRY
London. Allied troops have cross
ed Serbian frontier at two places and
are advancing against Bulgarian base
at Monastir. Serbian soldiers are
fighting on native soil for first time
since retreat through Albania last
winter. They have crdssed Serbo
Greek border porth of Lake Ostre
vo. French and Russian troops are en
gaged with Bulgars near Kengle, on
Serbian territory. Practically all ter
ritory conquered by Bulgarian right
wing in recent invasion of Greece re
captured by Serbs, French and Rus
sians. In Dobrudja, Russo-Rumanian re
treat has completely halted on the
strongly fortified line south of Con
stanza railway. ,
Great battles between whole fleets
of land dreadnoughts may result
from introduction of new "tanks" or
motorcar monsters in Somme fight
ing by British.
"In one short hour," a Times cor
respondent wired, "the tanks did
more military service and killed more
Germans in uniform than all the Zep
pelins have ever done."
London. British steamers Dewa,
3,802 tons, and Lord Tredegar, 3,856
tons, have been sunk.
Paris. Germans broke out with
five violent attacks on Champagne
front-last night' and attempted bold
stroke against Dead Man's hill,
northwest of Verdun, where there
has been little fighting for several
Russian contingents defending the
Champagne front checked al Ger-.
man attacks with screen "fire.
Paris. Violent battle is going on
between Italians and Bulgarians east
of Boles mountains in Macedonia.
Berlin. Germans have surrendered
trenches to British east of Ginphy
and north of Combles, but repulsed
French attacks near Belloy and Ver-
mandevillers south ofvthe Somme.
FORTY HURT IN NEW YORK CAR
AND AUTO ACCIDENTS
New York, Sept 19. Upward of
40 persons were injured, most of
them girls eri route to work, in four
accidents today growing out of the
street car strike.
A jitney automobile truck crowd
ed with girls, swerved sharply ap
proaching, the Williamsburg bridge
and pitched its two score passengers
into the roadway. Some of them fell
beneath other automobiles or the
heels of horses and receiver serious
A Third avenue car operated by "a
strikebreaker jumped the track and
crashed into a telegraph pole. A mo
torman and two passengers were in
jured. Two cars in the Bronx, oper
ated by green motormen, were in col
lision, but no one was injured.
WOMEN IN BREAD PROBE
Women of Chicago began an in
dependent inquiry into the cost of
living at a meeting today in Audito--rium
hoteL Paul Schulze, the baker;
J. Rex Allen, sugar merchant; J. J.
Fitzpatrick.NBorden Milk Co.; Anna
Reese, Reerfe Grain Co., and others
scheduled o speak. '
Police say E, J. Kingston, 6741
Throop, rode around in Emery Mo
tor Co. taxi for hours, then took poi
son, Washington park, In front of
chauffeur. May recover. Claude
Weaver, 5340 Kenwood av., chauf
feur, says he knocked bottle from
Kingston's hands and drove him at
once to hospital.