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CHILDREN IN CHICAGO ARE DYING FROM LACK
OF FOOD DURING HIGH COST PERIOD
Entered as Second-Class Matter. April 21," 1914," at the Postofflce at ; '
Chicago, m., Under the Act of March 3, 1879. - (
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
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VOL. 3, "NO. 283 Chicago, Saturday, Aug. 29, 1914 ONE CENT
BERLIN REPORT SAYS THE RUSSIAN
ADVANCE HAS BEEN CHECKED
Germans Defeat Czar's Men Near AJlenstein City of
Louvain a Wreck Acts of Barbarism Reported ,
by Both Sides Britons Grab Togoland.
Paris. German and Austrian combined arm in
large force moving on Belfort, southern fortress of
London. Allies have yielded further to German
onslaughts, but war office declares shifts have been for
purpose of occupying better strategic positions.
Pekin. Japanese attempting to land on southern
coast, of Kiao-Chau concession were shelled by German
fort and withdrew.
Washington. Germans and Russians both claim
victories in clashes along Russo-German border. Aus
trians have effected junction with Germans and large
army is being thown:agcanusskus