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Yet it looks now as if those very ipterests were getting a stranglehold
on your administration.
' Stick to the people, Bill. Don't go back on them fdr a minute. Be
mayor yourself. Don't bother about Democrats, Republicans or Progres
sives. They are all people and it is possible for you to have them all with
you by being with them. National politics has no legitimate business with
Stop that garment workers' strike. Force the clothing hogs to arbi
trate. YOU can do it The excuses you have given for not doing it are
lame. The folks are not falling for them. Back up and start all over again.
Be Big Bill. Don't ever give your enemies a chance to dub you Wee Willie.
I'm a- bit disappointed, but haven't lost faith. I still think you mean
all right yourself, but have been fooled by your friends. I really want to
see you make good, and I know there is only ONE WAY and that is to be.
mayor of all of the people of Chicago without regard to party politics, race,
religion or any other difference of opinion. Sincerely,
N. D. COCHRAN, Editor of The Day Book.
ALLIES BEGIN NEWDARDANELLES DRIVE
GERMANS IN CONSTANTINOPLE
Rotterdam. Tremendous offen
sive begun by allies at Dardanelles,
said Constantinople dispatch to the
Paris. Outcome of entente and
Germanic powers' struggle to control
Greece's Balkan policy as doubtful as'
Copenhagen. England has added
big new fleet of submarines to the
E-boat forces in Baltic. British
cruiser and torpedo boat flotilla con
voyed undersea craft on voyage from
Berlin, via London. Tremendous
enthusiasm greeted unofficial news
of first German military detach
ment's arrival in Constantinople.
Paris. Crushing Serbian defeat of
Bulgarians as Leskovac announced
by Serb legation.
Zurich, Switzerland. Fight at the
point of bayonet and even with
knives, Italians and Austrians are
engaged in hand-to-hand struggle
for Doberdo plateau.
London. Turkish transport r -
rying 500 Ottoman soldiers has been
sunk by mine in sea of Marmoda.
Nearly all on board drowned.
London. British steamships Mer
ganser and Hallamshire sunk by Ger
man submarines, Qrews saved,
Vienna. Italian attacks on Aus
trian front are increasing in violence
all along line. Loss of one Austrian
position in Oslavia district admitted
in today's official statement
Italians' Isonzo forces have been
strengthened by drafts from TyroL
Goritz is largely wrecked and fresh,
fires are springing.
Attack after attack is being beaten
back in San Martino section with,
enormous losses to Italians.
Alternate shelling and infantry
charges are in progress at Poema,
Podgora and Monte San Michele.
Vienna. Outposts of Serb army
entrenched between Mitrovitza and
Pristina are being driven in upon tie
main body at all points today prelim
inary to general engagement which,
must result in whole Serb force's
capture or flight into Montenegro.
Austrians who were fighting with,
Serbs Saturday on lbar river, east of
Movibazar, have thrown army south
ward in disorder. Continue to put up
rear guard resistance but Austrian
advance is as swift as difficulties of
Occupation by Gen. Von Koeven's
Austro-German troops of Novibazar,
most important town in Sanjak, cqa-finaedj.
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