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Z C LAST EDITION 2 C
ROB BANK MESSENGER ON ST. CAR
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 110 Chicago, Tuesday, February 6, 1917 3!
SOFTLY IN COMMENT
ON WILSON'S ACT
Foreign Secretary Pacific in Face of Warlike Talk of
" Berlin Papers and Acts of U-Boats Washington
Expects Word of German Stand in 24 Hours
Eavestone Sinking Serious.
Washington. All Americans have
been advised to leave Germany.
London. Centra News dispatch
says Ambassador Gerard has already
left Berlin and is expected in Swit
London. Spain will apparentlybe
first neutral nation to join America
in severing relations with Germany.
Rio De Janeiro. Brazil has sent,
or is about to send, to Germany for
mal note protesting against violation
of international conventions in Ger
man submarine policy, declaring it
"imperils lives of Brazilian citizens
and is blow at Brazilian interests."
London. German submarine U-45
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