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ODD WAR NEWS
Amsterdam. A Reuter dispatch
says 529 lawyers have been killed in
German ranks. They include 120
judges .administration-officials and
public prosecutors, 85 solicitors and
London. The Osier theory has re
ceived a knockout in the present war.
Sir John French and Gen. Joffre
both are over 60; Gen. Smith-Lorrien
is 56; Gens. Pau and Gallieni are
veterans of 1870; Gen. von Kluck is
near 70, and Gen. von der Goltz is 71.
Copenhagen. German authorities
suspended publication of the North
Schleswig newspaper Heimdal for
eight days because it failed to print
anything about the birthday of the
Petrograd. Officers' "dug-out
quarters" in the trenches of East
Prussia are furnished with rich car
pets, handsome bedsteads, costly pic
tures and shelves of costly books
taken from houses of captured
Paris. Soldiers of the allies have
learned a trick that permits them a
few moments' sleep in the trenches.
Tin caps and cowbells are strung
along barbed wire entanglements so
that cutting them sets up a furious
London. The Daily Telegraph is
responsible for the story of a soldier
being blown into a tree by the con
cussion of an exploding shell. The
man was rendered deaf but returned
to his post.
BITS OF NEWS
S. J. McCarrel, publisher, 60, 535
S. Carpenter, killed by Metropolitan
"L" train at Oak Park av.
12 holdups and robberies between
3:30 and 8 a. m. Only 225 police at
Jos. Sorns, saloonkeeper, Bernice,
found dead. Bullet. Mystery.
Aurora women terrorized. Want
70 more police.
NOTICE TO READERS
There will be no issue of The Day
Book on Thanksgiving, Thursday,
Nov. 26. The regular noon and last
editions will come to bat as usual on
RETURN NINE INDICTMENTS
Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. 25. Nine
additional indictments, rumored to
charge prominent union miners with
obstructing justice, were returned to
day by the special federal grand jury
investigating the Prairie Creek coal
The new names were suppressed
at the request of Roger B. Hull, spe
cial representative of the attorney
general's department, until' arrests
CHICAGO GRAIN. Wheat lower.
Corn and oats down. Provisions
A good night's rest is almost as
important as good food or pure air.
JTo gain refreshing rest one must
sleep in a warm, comfortable bed in
a well ventilated room. The Indian
always -makes sure that his bed is
warm underneath. Layers of papers
placed above and below the ordinary
mattress prevent the chilling by the
air during cold nights.
Warmth underneath reduces the
amount of covering needed above.
Fair tonight and probably Thurs
day; continued mild temperature;
lowest tonight considerably above
the freezing point; fresh . southerly
winds. Temperature Tuesday
Highest, 55; lowest, 38.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914, at the postoffice at Chicago.
III., under the Act of March 3, 1879.
By Mail, Except in Chicago, $3 a Year,