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wqh inpy. "Wfmmmim'
vfhs their Intention to pass by on the
sidewalk in front of that shop. In
other words, they were picketing, but
peacefully. Officer 1,989 walked to
ward them and yelled at them to turn
back. Rose Goodman answered that
any citizen has a right to walk along
a sidewalk. He then brandished a
gun and finally leveled It at them.
"I don't know whether Officer 1,989
was drunk or sober. But from relia
ble stories I get I wouldn't be sur
prised to hear of girls and women
shot before this strike ends."
Two motorcycle policemen, Floyd
Wilcox and James J. Dineen, and two
police matrons, Mrs. Margaret Butti
mer and Mrs. Anna L. Murphy, who
accused each other of using vile lan
guage and using a key ring as a
deadly weapon, were to be given a
hearing today before the trial board.
BERLIN TO HAVE 2 MEATLESS
DAYS EACH WEEK
By Carl W. Ackerman
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Berlin, via Amsterdam, Nov. 3.
"Germany will be using meat and
butter cards before the end of the
winter and maximum prices will be
placed on practically all food neces
sities to prevent extortionate de
mands by retailers," Mayor Von Wer
muth of Greater Berlin declared to
day. Tuesday was the first meatless day
in Berlin in accordance with the gov
ernment's new food regulations re
quiring abstinence from meat two
days each week. Meat could not be
bought anywhere in the restaurants
or shops. The hotels served vegeta
bles, cheese and eggs as substitutes.
Friday Berllners will go without
meat again. Monday will be the first
"fatless" day when butter and other
fats will be unobtainable. Every
Wednesday and every Friday will be
"At the outbreak of the war we
had 60,00 unemployed," he asserted.
"Today we have only 2,000, mostly
women. .-Think .of lhat,only. 2,000. .
out of work' in a city of 4,000,000.
How does that compare with New
Copenhagen. German steamship
Gedania sunk by submarine in Baltic.
Paris. Loss of French submarine
Turquoise in sea of Marmora ad
mitted by admiralty. Officers and
24 seamen missing.
Pari9. With Austro-Germans and
Bulgarians closing in on Nish from
three sides there are grave fears the
Serbian main army may be surround
ed. Arc of Bulgarian front curved
around Serb capital from Vrania re
gion through Pirot to Knjevac. Aus-tro-German
concave line swept first
to northwestward and then to-the
southwest through country to south
of Kragujevac into upper Morava
Berlin, via London Austrians have
occupied tfzice, Serbia. Capture re
ported of much war material at Ser
bian arsenal town of Kragujevac.
Serbians are still stubbornly resisting
Austro-German advances southward
through Morava river toward Nish.
Fighting in progress on both sides of
Paris. Active operations by French
in Bulgaria and by both French and
British at Dardanelles reported in
official war office statement.
Amsterdam. The Austro-German
forces in Serbia are preparing for
active bombardment of Nish. Aus
trian howitzers of type which leveled
forts of Przemysl have arrived at Pi
rot in preparation for bombardment
of Serbian capital.
Berlin. Submarines which sank
British battleships Majestic and Tri
umph at Dardanelles- destroyed sev
eral English merchantmen on voyage
from Germany to Turkish waters.
Mrs. Evelyn Chalmers, 1737 Park
av., writes The Day Book her hus
band William has been missing since
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