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ON THE FRENCH FRONT
"In the French trenches near Cerberville. A few shells, but a dull day.
Notice the steel helmets of the soldiers which remind one of the days of
armour." Robert Minor.
FEDERAL MEN INVESTIGATE
"THE IRISH VOICE"
"The Irish Voice," strong pro-German
weekly, is under investigation.
Federal sleuths visited the offices of
the publication yesterday and remov
ed such records as they wished. They
were seeking a connection between
the paper and the pro-German prop
aganda supposed to be working in
James" E. Gleeson of the Gleeson
Bros. Printing Co., 316 N. Michigan
av., "angel" of the publication, denied
that it was financed by German sym
pathizers. t o o
Miss Birdie Fowles holds a place
in the social life of Green Bay, Wis.
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