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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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POPE GETS BUSY FOR PEACE
Rome, Sept. 10. As a prelude to a
definite program which the Vatican
is about to begin in the interests of
peace between ten allies and Austria
and Germany, Pope Benedict today
dispatched notes to the ambassadors
of all warring nations to ascertain
the sentiments of their respective
governments relative to a plan for
a papal appeal for peace. It is con
fidently believed here that Austria-'s
reply will be1 favorable to Pope Bene
dict's program.
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LOCAL WAR BRIEFS
Prominent members of 'American
Foundrymen's Ass'n in convention
said shippers of metal will profit by
war. Getting South American trade.
Fred Guggenheim of packing firm
says that tourists tell fake stories of
incivility to pose as heroes and get
publicity.
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