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American nurses are not afraid of trie front and scores are being en
listed for service at both navy-and army recruiting stations. The above
photograph is of Miss Avis Rowe and Miss Martha E. Hlavacek of the
Washington blvd. hospital, Chicago, being enlisted by Coxwain J. W.
Juarcka at one of the Chicago naval recruiting stations. Misses Rowe and
Hlavacek probably will be -stationed at' one of the naval hospitals on the,
Grand opera concert under au
spices of Chicago Teachers' federa
tion, at Auditorium theater, 8 p. m.
Musicians: Francis MacLennan, ten
or; Florence Easton Mac Lennan so
prano. Seats, 75 cents to $2.
Pendale S. and A. club reception
and ball at Van Buren Palace hall,
cor. Madison and California av. ( Ad
mission, 25 cents.
Boys' Brotherhood Republic holds
loyalty night in honor of "boosters."
Candy Workers' Industrial union,
local 144, of I. W. W., holds dance
and entertainment at 1001 W. Madi
son, 8 p. m. Admission 15 cents.
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Washington. Chairman Adamson
of house interstate commerce com
mittee introduced bill giving presi
dent power to seize all railroads,
telegraph and telephone companies
in time of war and to draft employes
of companies for military-service.
Madrid.-7-Spanish cabinet approved
note to Germany demanding indem
nity for sinking of steamer San Ful
gencio by German U-boat.