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operated by Hugh Hoskins at 3121
and 3161 S. State lost their licenses
after Capt S. K Healy had com
plained of immoral oonditions and!
charged Hoskins with being an unht
person to operate saloons.
Later Healey asked that the license
be restored, as "reputable citizens"
had interceded. Across this recom
mendation was written the name of
Aid. Oscar De Priest of the Second
De Priest was also named in con
nection with the restoration of the
following licenses, all of which were
revoked after strong attacks from
the police or morals investigators:
Theo. Rosenfeld, 3800 S. Dearborn;
Benj. Kornstein, 3658 S. Dearborn;
Henry Fass, 3638'Cottage Grove av.
(Aid. Hugh Norns name also ap
peared in this), and the pawnshop
of Eli Levy 606 S. State, which had
been revoked after Levy sold a gun
man his weapon.
Aid. Jas. H Lawley's name ap
peared in the restoration of licenses
of McHale Bros., 430 Rush; Abe He
ber, 2269 Fulton; Philip Vancole, 734
N. Western, and Geo. W. Quinn, 3800
W. Lake. '
Aid. Healy appeared in following
restorations: Wm. O'Connor, 800 W.
lake; Shaughnessy & Mulligan, Mon
roe and Peoria; Frank Sullivan, 931
W. Madison, and Jack Johnson, 922
Deputy Com'r of Public Works
Burkhardtv and a "Dempsey" ap
peared forAlex Geokaris, 2310 Mil
waukee av. Aid. Michaelson and Col
lector Foipberg appeared for Edw.
Wilhelmson, 362S Fullerton, and Mi
chelson appeared alone for Leo Par
azek, 5762 Grand av., and Jos. Mor
zinsky, 3634 Belmont.
START BIG DRIVE TO, FORCE
RUMANIANS OVER BORDER
London. Aiming to drive wedge
between Russian and Rumanian ar
mies, Austro-Germans have launched
great new offensive near Northwest
ern frontier of Rumania,
Strong Teutonic forces are attack
ing Russian front south of Huko
wina, near point where Russians and
Rumanians have joined hands. Aus
trian and German war offices an
nounce that Russians have been
driven back at this point. Berlin
dispatches reported that Rumanians "
are falling back across their own
Every indication points to begin
ning of Von Hindenburg's widely
heralded campaign to crush Ruma
nia. Teutonic attacks have sudden
ly become more violent south of
Kronstadt, where Gen. Falkenhayri.
is trying to break through Pradeal
pass. Southwest of Kronstadt the
Austro-Germans are attacking in
large force and heavy fighting is go
ing on on Rumanian soiL
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville.
"The tragedy on the Somme seems
near a climax, saia a semi-omciai
statement reporting frightful French
and English losses in recent unsuc
cessful attempts to break German
lines north of river.
When British rushed forward for
attack near Guadecourt, Sixth Ger
man infantry division left destroyed
positions and standing in face of ap
proaching enemy turned loose rifle
and machine gun fire into dense
masses of approaching enemy.
London. British troops extended
Somme offensive north of the Ancre
brook last night and entered enemy
trenches west of Serre. Since first
day of offensive when British drove
lines close to Serre and then were
driven back there has been no fight
ing on this front.
Petrograd. New Austro-Cerman
offensive near Rumanian frontier
south of Dorna Vatra has been
checked. Russians repulsed several
Alton, III. Fireman Harry Som
mers killed and three persons injured
when two Chicago and Alton freight