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RUMANIANS BLOW UP BRIDGE
PART OF ARMY ESCAPES
London. Rumanian troops blew
up Cernavoda bridge, following evac
uation of city.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville, L. I.
Part of Russo-Rumanian force m
.uuuruuja. escaped into oia .Rumania
by fleeing across Cernavoda bridge
before town was captured by Mack
ensen. Paris. Artillery bombardment con
tinued throughout last night on Vaux
sector northeast of Verdun, but the
Germans made no new counter-attacks.
Paris. Serbian and French troops
scored several victories in fighting
near Monastir. Serbs captured
height along Cerna river and French
cavalry occupied bridges at Zwersda.
London. British naval planes
Monday and Tuesday attacked town
of Buk on Constantinople-Salonika
railway, doing damage to rolling
WITH THE CANDIDATES TODAY
Republican. Charles E. Hughes
was scheduled to speak in Hartford,
Conn., and Providence, R. L, and at
Boston in the evening.
Democratic. President Wilson ar
" rived in Cincinnati at noon for four
Socialist. Allan L. Benson speaks
tonight, Mangum, Ok.
Prohibitionist J. Frank Hanly is
touring central New York with a
night speech at Troy.
BITS OF NEWS
Gas from melted pipe at "two
family dwelling, 3257 Graves ct.,
Sk overcame Firemen Henry Spencer,
Thos. Martin, John Fitzpatrick and
Capt. Geo. A. Gilmore, Squad No. 3.
2,571 autos stolen since Jan. 1. 801
Two men tried to wreck bar when
denied whisky in saloon of Walter
Herzog, 1300 W. Van Buren, whose
license has been revoked. Bartender
Frank McDonald chased them with
gun, after being hit with bottle.
Passengers of Kedzie-California
av. car in panic when it hit switch at
Kedzie and Jackson blvd. and nearly
turned over. None hurt.
Dr. W. A. Evans, Chicago, proba
bly will be made president of Ameri
can Public Health ass'n, in conven
WILSON CHEERED BY GERMANS
Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 26. To em
phasize the necessity for all people
in this country, to unite in their alle
giance to America, the nation of na
tions, Pres. Wilson came to Cincin
nati today. He arrived at 11:30 and
received a tremendous reception.
Hamilton county, whose German
population is such that no election
was ever won here without the sup
port of the German vote, put party
lines and persbnal feelings aside to
tender the executive one of the
greatest demonstrations he has re
ceived, Germans were on all. the commit
tees, their presence was marked in
the crowds, and there was every evi
dence of their intention to give the
president a clear impression that his
was to be a fair hearing in a com
munity reported hostile to him.
BOMB THROWING A MYSTERY
Bomb was thrown through tran
som of an apartment building at Col
orado av. and Jackson blvd., owned
by T. J. Ahern, former alderman, last
night Damage will be less than $150.
Families in apartment were aroused.
Ahern said he is sure union labor was
South Bend, Ind. Lone bandit
slugged and robbed A. M. Trost, night
ticket agent at the Lake Shore sta
tion of $1,040.
New York. J. P. Morgan & Co.
has arranged $300,000,000 loan at
5 per cent for Great Britain before
it is needed.