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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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ONCE WELL-TO-DO WOMEN ARE IN BELGIUM'S
BREAD LINE NOW
Wives of Belgian Soldiers Waiting for Relief at a Food Depot in Brussels.
BLUFF SAVES DAY FOR FRENCH
Paris, France, A French lieutenant-colonel,
wounded, relates this
story: The men whom -the officer
commanded showed restlessness un
der artillery punishment and seemed
likely to refuse to advance.
When the order came he seized the
arm of the man nearest him and bade
him link himself similarly with the
next. The whole force was thus
united and made a daring.charge and
captured the hostile position.
When the officer finished the story
his hearer praised the courage and
quick wit, but he replied:
"Why, j was more frightened than
any one else, but had to give an. ex
ample, so just bluffed it"
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IMMIGRANTS IN NEW HOME
Inside of a month the U. S. gov
ernment takes charge of immigrant
employment situation here. Big re
ceiving station and job-finding
bureau will be running at 845 S. Wa
bash av., according to Anthony Cam
inetti, federal immigration commis
sioner in city yesterday. Railroads in
exchange for privilege of selling
tickets to immigrants at Ellis Island
to see that arrivals are connected in
Chicago with "the place where to get
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