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The allies seem determined to push
the Germans back hojne and
through as little of Belgium as pos
sible. The map shows how this is
Line shows the front before the
FATHER AND SON IN THE SAME
Senator John H. Bankhead. at left,
and his son William B., are the first
father and son to serve in the same
congress. Senator Bankhead has
been In congress 30 years; his son is
push against the Germans, March 4.
Line. 2 is the present front, along a.
75-mile front, showing the recapture
of Bapaume, Peronnes, Noyon and
about 70 other cities, towns and vil
lages by the allies.
Military experts agree on Line 3 as
the position to which the Germans
are retreating. It runs from Douai -to
Cambrai, St. Quentia, La Fere and
Mr. F. D. FlinOnanager and sfec'y
of Nat'l Susprlded Mono-Rail Co.,
speaks before the Press. Club of Chi
cago at clubrooms, 12:30 p. m.
Englewood Y. P. S. L, meets at
5824 Aberdeen, 8 p.m. "
Mothers' league mass meeting t
protest high cost of living, at Hebrew
Inst., 1268 Taylor, 7:30 p. m. Morris
Seskind, Wm. Rodriguez and others
Office Employes' union, No. 12,755r
organization meeting at Maer
Temple, room 210, 7 p. m. O.j