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Omaha. Officials of Morris & Co.
estimated loss in fire "which de
stroyed pork packing dep't of plant
in South Omaha at over $250,000.
Springfield, III. Damage approxi
mating $75,000 cause'd by fire in ex
clusive residence district five res
idences completely burned.
Williston, N. D. Snow has been
general throughout this district in
last 24 hours.
Passaic, N. J. Isador Schletter,
16, newsboy, has $800 bank account
So judge freed him and promised him
job hereafter of preaching thrift to
Newton, N. J. Eel owned by W. H.
Sherred performs tricks just like a
Cleveland. Ambulance calls re
ceived via wireless in Cleveland.
When Director of Utilities Parrell
collapsed in water works tunnel here,
an S. O. S. call had doctors at his
side in time to save his life.
Philadelphia. When "town coun
cil" of Glenolden requested Police
man Markley to occupy otherwise
unoccupied time pulling weeds and
cleaning gutters, he resigned. No
other applicants heard from.
Peoria. British "tank," which has
written history in European war, cre
ated sensation, in industrial parade
before 10,000 here. Was exhibit of
Holt Co., here, which makes them.
Omaha. Fire did $750,000 dam
age to Morris Co. packing plant here.
Fully covered by insurance.
New Richmond, Wis. New Rich
mond Roller tfHills destroyed by fire.
Washington. Constant complaints
of adulteration of gasoline has
prompted dep't of commerce to un
dertake standardization of it
Duluth. Shipment of iron ore
from American head of lakes for sea
son ending Sept. 30 shows increase
of 9,535,710 tons ov.er some period
last year: totals 38,888,416 tons.
New York. New tax list assesses
New Ypik city real estate at total of
$8,000,000,000 and personal proper
ty at $500,000,000.
South- Bend, Ind. 8,000 actors
and chorus of 1,200 to participate in
historical pageant at Indiana centen
nial observance here next week.
New York. Roosevelt plans to
make four more "skin 'em alive"
campaign speeches, one of them in
RUMANIA MOVES DOWN STAGE
IN THEATER OF WAR
London. Rumanian force which
invaded Bulgaria Sunday is believed
to be moving southward against im
portant Rustchuk-Varna railway.
Size of army that crossed Danube
is not known, but believed at least"
At thesame hour that Rumanians
invaded Bulgaria Russo-Rumanians
in Dobrudja launched series of-heavy
attacks, apparently to prevent Teu
tons from shifting forces from that
Interest in this new phase of fight
ing in Balkans has shifted attention
temporarily from Somme offensive
and also from .Russian front, where
severe fighting is reported. Along
Somme rainy weather again hindered
London. British aeroplanes raid
ed German airship shed near Brus
sels. One raider failed to return.
Petrograd. Massing considerable
reserves, Teutons hurled large forces
against Russians along river Caniuv
ka and heights on right bank of Zlota
Lipa, but were beaten back with
heavy losses. In this region along:
Slavs have taken "5,000 prisoners in
last three days.
London. No fighting occurred on
British sector of Somme front last
night South of Loos British made
successful raid on enemy trench.
English physicians are experiment
ing with a parasite with which they
hope to exterminate flies.
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