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UNITEDSTATES CRUISERS ON WAY TO EUROPE
. WITH MONEY FORiSTRANDED AMERICANS ,
Entered as Secoa&Class Matter Aprfl ZL, lfflSTst the Postofflce a
Chicago, HL, TJnderthe Act of March 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
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V0L.3,N0.262 Chicago, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1914 ONE CENT
GERMANS SINK MINE-LAYING SHIP -AIRSHIPS
PLAY BIG PART IN WAR
Big Sea Battle Hourly Expefcted Germans and FrencK
in Many Border Skmrifehes Big Steamship t
Lines Suspend Sailing Dates. -
Washington. Two U. S. cruisers to take money to
reliefaof Americans stranded in European war zone.
New York. Transatlantic steamship lines sus
pend sailing dates.
London. Frequent skirmishing between German
and. French troops on border. . No battles of consequence
i yet fought.
i New York. Liner Lorraine sailed for France with
' k London. Officially confirmed that mine-laying
& ship, was sank by Germans. Destroyer Pathfinder had
harrow escape from capture, i
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