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HERE ARE FIVE FRONTS ON WHICH WAR RAGES
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This little map shows in small space the extent of the war in Europe,
and locates the most important seats of fighting on the western, eastern,
Italian, Greek and Bulgar-Rumanian fronts.
REPORT RUSSIA AND GERMANY
SOUGHT SEPARATE PEACE
The Hague, Sept. 1$ (by Mail),
Despite official denials that Russia
and Germany recently discussed a
separate peace, visits to Warsaw, Co
penhagen and The Hague show that
some sort of a conference did "take
At present, however, there is lit
tle prospect that Russia will desert
the allies. Rumania's intervention
has changed the situation entirely
from the. czar's standpoint.
Report that a peace meeting was
held at Kovno was published recently
in the Nieuwe Courant, one of the
best informed newspapers of Holland.
Belvidere, III. Catherine O'Con
nor, 13, school girl, successfully
fought off "tramp -who attached inter.
Bloodhounds on trail.
TEDDY TO PULL "SKINEMALIVE"
HERE IN CHICAGO
New York, Oct. 5. Teddy Roose
velt today put the finishing touches
on second of series of "skinemalive"
verbal broadsides he will deliver
against Pres. Wilson. The speech
will be made at a big rally in Chicago
latter part of next week.
(Between now and Saturday, Roose
velt will prepare three or four more
addresses to be delivered at St PauL
Denver, Louisville and El Paso.
At least two of Roosevelt's speech
es will deal with Pres. Wilson's for
eign policy. In them Roosevelt will
attempt to show "kaiser and not the
. president kept us out of war."
New York. Fearing her heart
might miss because of hard work, in
surance men refused policy to Mrs.
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