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FRENCH ARMY CHIEF GaUieni -o-o Admiral Bueschel is the Chief of the German Naval General Staff. TOWEL THE CAUSE OF SUIT Stein, Hirsh & Co., 2841 S. Ash land av, manufacturers of starch, were made defendants in a suit filed in the superior court yesterday for $35,000 by John Gibson, 1624 N. Keeler av., who alleges that he caught a serious skin disease from a towel in the lavatory of the com pany. o o GIRL FILES $20,000 BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT Henry Kavanaugh, South Chicago saloonkeeep'er, 90th st. and Commer cial av., named as defendant in $20, 000 suit by Miss Ida Horn, for alleged breach of promise. The Horn girl, 23 years old, recent ly gave birth to a son of whom she says Kavanaugh is the father. She also alleges that she met Kavanaugh four years ago when she was attend ing the Hyde Park high school and that he proposed marriage to her at that time. He failed to keep his prom ise and about four months ago went out to California, where he married. He recently arrived in Chicago with his bride. o o WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP London. It is recalled that Ad miral Sir John Jellicoe, who is com manding the British fleet In the North Sea, which is expected to destroy the German fleet, was captain of the bat tleship Victoria, which was rammed and sunk In the Mediterranean by the English cruiser Camperdown in 1893. That was, perhaps, the most famous anval accident of the last century. Hundreds of the Victoria's crew were lost. Jellicoe went down with his ship, but was picked up. ONE DREADNAUGHT COSTS ' $10,000, or a sum equal to Two-thirds total valuation of grounds and buildings of all the col leges and universities in Ohio and Massachusetts. Or cost of 500 locomotives at $20, 000 each. $1,000,000 per year to maintain. Its life, 10 to 14 years, then the scrap-pile. o o A woman's church, with woman officers and a woman minister, is "to be established in Wallasey, Cheshire, England.