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that Ben Shaffner, his lawyer failed to collect $500 fee, so took 53 sujts. Tony Mertinez, Mexican, held to grand jury for burglarizing home of Mrs. Clara Stewart, 4845 Calumet av. Albert Goodman. 4, 219 W. 47th St., hit by auto of Charles Roovaart, 58 E. 59th st Bruised. " James Hogan, 4803 St. Lawrence av., held at deteclive bureau for stealing $500 worth of clothing from store in Elroy, Wis. Confessed. Lee Kdhl, 9118 Exchange av., ar rested after alleged attack on Berna Leszczynski, 8656 Manistee av. Home of Emmauel Gross, 944 E. 53d st, robbed. $523 worth of cloth ing and jewelry taken. Federal officers took charge of Theodore Sanason, 5618 Shields av., accused of being "oleomargarine moonshiner." John Repple, New York, rode blind baggage on 20th century limited, knocked from train by signal post at Englewood. Badly injured. Inventory property of late-James B. "Hobbs, capitalist, filed. Worth $447,125. C. Van Hodges. 17; and Sanborn. Redfleld, '20, took 4 weeks' trip to New York, Boston and Milwaukee. Passed $1,400 in bad checks. Hodges paroled. Redfield's case continued in Boys' Court. He'nry Haller, aviator, 4514 Rav enswood av., arrested on complaint of P. H. Tyler, Planters' Hoteh who charges "con game." Says he gave Haller $50 mortgage -on .airship. Pound it minus engine at Cicero field. . Annual pledge day of fraternities yesterday at Chi. "U." 150 students pledged. Twenty coroner's cases in which jobless men acted as jurors were held yesterday. Plan a success. Max Kleeman, 77, 4631 j Ellis av., died from injuries received when struck by auto on tag day. Was crossing street to get tag. Marie Henkel, 1441 Estes av., ar rived home yesterday, assisted by her brother's pocketbook. Family, has de cided she will not go to Germany to nurse her count Students from 16 different colleges to be in town for Nat'l Dairy Show. Open tomorrow. Andrew Kelly, street car conduct or, shot and killed self in home, 4558 Wallace st In debt. Joseph Gracz, 4645 Laflin St., shot self in. head. Probably fatally wound ed. Out of work. Herman Holmes and Peter Krough, both 17, arrested -for gambling. Matching pennies). o o WAR GEOGRAPHY La Bassee A small industrial town and railroad junction, 10 miles east of Bethune, on the route to Ldlle. It is situated on the line of canals from the Deule to Aire and St Omer. Nogent A small village on the left bank of the Marne, 7 miles south west of Chateau-Thierry. The village is at the entrance to an important railroad tunnel on the route from Paris to Nancy. Wattignies: A hamlet about 8 miles to the south of Maubeuge. When Maubeuge was invested by the prince of Saxe-Coburg in 1793, it was relieved after a fierce battle fought at Wattignies. Marshall Archipelago. Two par allel chains of atolls situated in the Pacific ocean, east of the Caroline islands. Total area is 158 square miles; population about 15,000, little over one hundred being Europeans. The islands, when they belonged to Germany, were administered by an imperial commissioned residing at the port of .Taluit The soil of the archi pelago is poor, and the only export is copra, or the dried kernels of the co eoanut, about 2,000 tons of this being sent annually to Europe to be press ed into oil. United Kingdom has 30,700 schools, against 87,000 in France, 57,000 in Italy and 171,50fr in U --.- tun, in i maul ill"- -- w -- "-" -fc----"'