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RUSSIAN WARSHIP TORPEDOED ZEPPELINS
RAID ENGLAND CIVILIANS SLAIN
Berlin. German submarine torpe
doed and sank Russian second-class
cruiser Amur in BaKiij.
Berlin. German Zeppelins bom
barded British naval port of Harwich.
Many explosions resulted and large
gas or oil tank burst into flames.
. Other bombs struck railway depot
Rome. Servian troops invaded
Central Albania, occupying several
towns in lower Dibra region.
London. German Zeppelins raid
ed east coast of England last night,
dropping bombs. 5 persons killed, 40
injured. fires started.
Constantinople. Anglo - French
troops on Gallipoli peninsula suffered
heavy losses in 2 daysL.assault upon
the entire Turkish front
Rome. Fierce fighting at several
points along Isonzo river. Italians
everywhere on offensive.
Bersaglieri regiments attacking
Austrian trenches 2 miles southwest
of Austrian town of Gradisca. At
tempting to force a crossing of the
Isonzo and to seize the railway, lead
ing south to Trieste.
London. British aviators attacked
and destroyed German Zeppelin in
Belgium between Ghent and Bruges.
Athens. Germany has promised
full compensation to the owners of
Greek steamer Hellespont, torpedoed
by German submarine.
Berlin. French troops have re
sorted to use of "liquid fire." German
trenches near Baugois sprayed with
fiery fluid. Attack unexpected and
many soldiers in advanced works
burned alive before they could re
treat Enemy attempted to follow up
attack by rushing trenches but were
Queenstown. German subma
rines again operating off Irish coast
near spot where Lusitania was sunk.
Crew of British bark Sunlight, tor
pedoed off Kingsdale, landed here to
day. Sunlight was enroute from the
West Indies to English ports with a
cargo of sugar.
London. By sinking several Ger
man transports and another unnam
ed vessel off Gulf of Riga, Russian
submarines and destroyers defeated
attempt to land large body of troops
in the Courland. Russians lost one
auxiliary ship. Petrograd correspond
ent of Times cabled that Germans, if
successful, might have attempted ad
vance on Petrograd.
Rome Counsellor Hindenberg, of
German embassy, who departed from
Rome with Ambassador von Bulow,
unexpectedly returned today. Arrival
created sensation in diplomatic cir
cles. Paris. French mine layer Casabi
anca blown up by mine at entrance
to bay on Aegean sea. Part of crew
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS IN
Sixty-three contractors, members
of the Chicago Light Fixture Dealers
ass'n, indicted by the federal grand
jury for conspiracy to restrain trade,
entered pleas before Judge Landis to
day. Thirty-four entered pleas of
abatement, saying the grand jury
which indicted them had been in ses
sion too long to have authority. The
jury considered their cases for a year.
The district attorney insists that the
authority of a grand jury holds until
the jury is discharged.
Nineteen pleaded not guilty and 10
Nineteen other contractors and 28
labor mein were indicted with those
who pleaded today.
DID HER BEST
Doctor Did you do as I told you '
to drink water an hour before each
Maudie Wel-1-well, doctor, I
drank for half an hour and I was so
full I couldn't possibly take any morej