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avs., and Grasmere hotel, Sheridan
rd, and Eastwood av.
bougal J. Mackenzie, furnacemak
er, sued for back alimony by former
Chester M. Dawes, 61, 731 Rush,
counsel for Burlington road and ex
school trustee, djed.
Frank Bardeaux, negrorquestioned
in connection with Meda iferion mur
der, Chas. Hess released.
Mrs. Scott Durand told Spiritual
ists in convention at 12 S. Oakley
'blvd., that she has talked with spirit
of late "VVm. Stead.
Mrs. Olive C. Heine wants divorce
from Otto C. Heine, dentist, 25 E.
Washington. Says he's cruel and
chased her from home.
Morris Kusher, auto accessory
dealer, 12th and Ogden av., sued for
15,000 on breach of promise charge
by Sophia Krueger, 1424 S. Halsted.
Roy Wagner, 16, 367 W. Huron,
and Buria Lewis, 11, 217 S. Racine
av., missing since Wednesday. Were
great pals. May have "eloped."
Lewis C. Roberts, 4564 Milwaukee
av., wants two brothers, Roscoe L.
and Chas. N. Roberts, removed as
executors of $200,000 estate of moth-
' er. Says they're negligent.
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KAISER EXERTS EVERY 'ENERGY
TO STEM ENGLISH TIDE
With British Armies Afield. An
other mile of Hindenburg line was
captured by British forces today. Po
sitions lay southeast "of Cojeul river.
Their possession by Gen. Haig's
troops more and more threatens the
pivotal point of German line around
Arras. x "
With British Armies Afield. Des
peration stalks behind German -lines.
k German army chiefs, astounded at
r tremendous unceasing strength of
British smash, are using prisoners of
war to dig trenches, thus relievfag ,a
few nnore German fighters, while
word has gone 'out for reinforce
ments. While awaiting those rein
forcements the enemy is using non-
fighting auxiliaries' of army to fill up 1
depleted ranks of its fighting regi
ments. Scores of captured trench defend
ers today were transport drivers and
assistants, chauffeurs, bandsmen and
other auxiliary service men. -They
had been pressed into service around
Fampoux and Hyderabad in hurried
call for every available man to with
stand British blows.
Oe nother bit of desperation was in
repeated and fruitless attempts
by German airmen to fly over British
lines and learn where Haig's mighty
blows might next be expected. A
swarm of Britis airmen patrolled the
air. Fantastic battles occurred al
most hourly today as German flyers
were literally swept out of sky. -
Among prisoners taken today were
many Bavarians. They were bitter
ly denunciator yof German leaders.
Bavarians claimed they had been
hurried to Arras sector to relieve the
Saxons and had not been iold of
what they Would have to face. Ba
varians insisted it always fell" to their
lot to dq disagreeable tasks of fight
ing. Way in. which German army chiefs
are scraping all possible men togeth
er to fight against British onslaught
.was graphically detailed by Russian
prisoners who 'escaped to allied-lines
today. They had been forced to dig
trenches at point of Germans' bayo
nets. Orders have gone out all along line
of Haig's smash to German com
manders to "hold at all costs" be
cause four army divisions are com
ing to reinforce.
This "spring drive" may be a
This war emergency has" leap year
beaten a mile.
Everybody has overlooked recruit
ing a regfeent of Daring .Movie He
Hinton Clabaugh denied gov't was
investigating Oscar F. Mayer, packer,