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IN THE TRACK OF THE KAISER'S ARMY
A Farmhouse Near Liege, Shot to Pieces During the Battle Between Ger mans and Belgians. 0 0- SAME OL POLICE STUFF The police again came to the side of George JSnab, whose chain of non union restaurants is now being pick eted by the Waitresses' Union. Miss Clara Moore, 22, was picket ing in front of the Knab police at 318 S. Wabash av., when a man accosted her. She threatened to call the po lice. The man went into Knab's. A few moments later the girl was ar rested. 0 0 BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! Herald Richardson is firing at the new bridge works. Rushford (N.Y.) Spectator. MACHINISTS STRIKE The International Ass'n of Machin ists are conducting a strike against the Zoun Drawn Metal Co., 215 W. Schiller st. The men say the com pany has been discriminating against union men and have been high-handed in its attitude toward the union. 0 0 SNUFFBOX iS WORTH $100,000 Paris. Unheedful of the threat ened siege, curators at the Louvre are arranging for display a $20,000, 000 art collection bequeathed it by a Russian resident. One snuffbox, painted by Fragonard, is valued at $100,000.