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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 04, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 9',
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KEPT BUSY RECRUITING FOR THE NAVY.
Reports to the naxy department at Washington show recruiting offices
throughout the country have been constantly busy examining applicants
and signing them for naval service. One of the scenes often seen in these
offices is here shown.
AS TO LIVING DEAD MEN
A Missouri editor refuses to pub
lish obituary notices of people who
failed to subscribe for his paper. He
gives this pointed reason: "People
"Who do not take their home paper
are dead anyway and their passing
has no news value."
Mary O'Reilly lectures on "English
and the Drama" at Hobo college, 917
W. Washington blvd., at 8 p. m.. to-light.