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THE LEADER QFOUR DREADNAUGHT FLEET
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" LOCAL WAR BITS
Major R. B. Chappelle, 81, Civil
War veteran, ready to go to-front.
Illinois Spanish War veterans offer
six regiments. t
200 Red Cross nurses ready. Y. W.
C. A. members preparing for service.
Modern Woodmen of the World
ready to put 2,000 equipped and drill
ed men in field within 24 hours.
"Clamor for butchery of men
seems to have broken all restraint,"
said Dr. Charles 6. Seals of Ameri
of hostilities " a stupid, wicked mis- .
Students at University of Chicago ;
humbled "Huerta." 21-gun salute '
fired from 22-caliber pistol.
Martial spirit has struck John Mar
shall High School. Boys to enlist '
and girls to send cushions. I
Bohemian-American wanted to re- ;
sign citizenship. Got warm recep- j
tion in Circuit Court. Fled. i
President of Greek-American Ath
letic Club prepared to offer 600 Bal- i
kan War veterans."" x
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