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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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YOUNG GIRL BURNS TO DEATH IN BED
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 114 Chicago, Saturday, February 10, 1917
398
FLY AMERICAN FLAG
AND DEFYGERMANY
,Two U. S. Ships Ready to Sail Through War Zone
Peace Demands Flood Capital Americans
Leave Berlin Today.
New York. Two American ships,
-without identification demanded by
'Germany, to sail for France today.
The Hague. 120 Americans will
leave Berlin with Ambassador Gerard
for Berne.
London. Two of crew of Norwe
gian merchantman Solbakken per
ished when that vessel was sunk.
British steamer Mantola also re
ported sunk.
Rome. Neutral ambassadors at
Rome reported to be urging Pope
Benedict formally to state condem
nation of Germany's submarine war
fare. Berlin, via Sayville. Wireless (De
layed). A single German subma
rine, just returned to port, accounted
for 15 ships, according to official
press bureau statement
London. British" steamer Lulling
ton has been sunk. Was a steel screw
steamer of 2,816 tons.
Buenos Aires. Special dispatches
received today from Pernambuco de
clare battle occurred Thursday off
Fernando de Naronha between Brit
ish cruisers and the German raider

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