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DEPARTMENT STORES MAY FACE GRAND JURt
c WOMEN SHOPPERS COMPLAIN TO HOYNE
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 19147 at the Postofflce at ,
Chicago, EL, Under the Act, of arch' 3, 1879.
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
N. D. Cochran, tSS3jv e'" Monro 353,
Editor and Publisher. fTSE?jjfS gy Mail, Except m
500 South Peoria St. 398- Chicago, $3 a Year..
VOL 3, NO. 285
Chicago, Tuesday, Sept 1, 1914
THREE MILLION AUSTRIAN AND
RUSSIANS IN FRONTIER BATTLE
Germans Make Slow But Sure Progress Toward Paris
Russians Advance on -Berlin St. Petersburg
Changed to Petrogratf by Czar's- Qrder n. ,,,..
Heavy German Losses Reported.
Paris. Circumstantial rumors of serious disaster
to the British expedition brought emphatic denial from
the war office today. It was unequivocally denied that I
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Pip J (ae in f fte north.
Washington. Senator Simmon, chairman finance
conimjtiee, rsays 5 per, cent war tax ori railroad tickets
musfbe paid by travelers. Railroads will be allowed
small percentage for collection.
London. A dispatch to the London Express says
fhafKmsir W&helm has lefthhwrmyforcing itsway into
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