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2C LAST EDITION
TRACTION GRAB IIP BEFORE COUNCIL
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.6, NO. 151 Chicago, Monday, March 26, 1917 398ljll
CALLED TO RECRUIT
TO IV A R STRENGTH
President Orders Militia of 18 States Into Federal
Service 25,000 Men On Duty To Protect Lines
of Communication Navy Recruiting Pushed.
After a conference with Adj't Gen.
Barry today, Adj't Gen. Dickson, in
command of the Illinois national
guard announced that the Illinois
troops would he mobilized at respec
tive home stations of the various
Maj. R. W. Cavanaugh of the L N.
G, and Adj't-Gen. P. B. Wood. qLSU
Paul also conferred with Gen. Barry
regarding militia movements.
Col. Joseph B. Sanborn, command
ing the First regiment, ordered it to
assemble at the armory at 1 p. m.
Quick action was expected in mobil
izing the other regiments ordered to
State militia- officers- have been