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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION
RED FIRES BURN LOW AS THE CANDIDATES
SETTLE DOWN TO WAIT AND HOPE
Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postofflce at"
Chicago, m., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
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VOL. 3, NO. 301
Chicago, Tuesday, Sept 8, 1914
RUSSIAN TROOPS ON FRENCH SOIL
GERMANS' SIEGE PLANS CHANGED
Allies Successful in Offensive Movement Before Paris
Noted Socialist Leader Killed in Battle
' Kaiser Breaks With Advisers.
Rome, Sept. 8. The Tribuna says that it has receiv
ed definite information that the change in the German
plans to besiege Paris was due to the arrival of 250,000
Russian troops on French soil. It says these troops were
landed in accordance to plans perfected by the British
war secretary Earl Kitchener. According to the report
the arrival of the Russians necessitated a change in the
German plans and'Emperor William hurried to Metz to
confer with the general staff.
The above dispatch is confirmed from no other
source and up to the present time there has been no men
tion in any of the official French or British statements of
the presence o Russian troops on French soiL