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ENGLAND AND GERMANY BOTH
London, May 31. Both England
and Germany celebrated victories in
the battle of Jutland today. Here in
London there were memorial-services
largely attended by officials and
navy officers and men.
Dispatches from Berlin said the
observance there was in the form of
a great benefit for the relief of the
families of submarine crews, held in
the reichstag building, with all gov
ernment officials present.
The battle of Jutland occurred one
year ago today.
On the basis of the actual tonnage
destroyed, Germany claims a victory
in this battle. The British conten
tion of victory is based on the fact
that the German high seas fleet
emerged in a surprise attack, was
met by the British cruiser squadron
and when the high seas fleet came up
was forced to flee back to its har
bor and the protection of mine
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WESTBROOK. AFTER COPS WHO
LET RAID BAND BEAT IT
Ass't Chief of Police Westbrook
announced last night that charges
may be filed against the policemen
who allowed prominent prisoners in
the raid on the Liberty hall prize fight
last week to jump from patrol wag
ons or flee out of back doors at the
22d street station.
PROBE COMPLAINT AGAINST A
CIGAR MAKERS' UNION
State's Att'y Hoyne is investigat
ing complaints that a cigarmakers'
union has been shaking down cigar
store owners under the threat that
unless the tobacco venders quits sell
ing non-union-made cigars, or pays
indemnities, union-made cigars will
not be sold to him. About twenty
five witnesses have been called.
Rome. British biplane flew to
here from London with five passen
gers. Jklade three stojs.
SLEUTHS BUSY ON SELECTIVE
SERVICE SAFE PLAY
The bureau of investigation for the
department' of justice spread hun
dreads of sleuths about the city to
day to rout foreigners said to be
plotting to dynamite public buildings
as a protest against the operation of
the selective service law.
A number of arrests have been
made in the past two days; suspects
are being questioned.
WIRELESS INVENTOR HERE TO
HELP THE UNITED STATES
Marconi, famous inventor of wire
less, is here shown arriving in Wash
ington as a member of the Italian
commission. His invention, a sub
marine destroyer, will be tested by
the U. S. government
Washington. Burlington railroad
has bought $5,000,000 worth of. Lib
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