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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 14, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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LOCAL WAR NOTES
Ex-Gov. Dunne favors conscrip
tion. Three Oak Parkers enlisted this
week.
410 marriage licenses issued yes
terday. 10,000 Canadians in Chicago pre
paring to enlist.
Chicago Peace society voted to
support Wilson.
Chief Schuettler's home guard ra
pidly being filled up.
Recruiting in regular army was a
little slack yesterday.
Col. Foreman wants volunteer sys
tem thoroughly tested.
Polish Military Alliance began
work on regiment promised U. S.
Major Funkhouser will ask federal
officers to pass on anti-German war
film.
Order for 700,000 lbs. of bacon for
army use will be placed in Chicago
today.
Lieut. F. R. Kenney says 'the men
who volunteer will lead the con
scripts. Members of I. A. C. raised $2,500
for American Ambulance Corps In
Prance.
Miss Jean Ray, 20, 3656 N. Halsted,
disguised as man. and tried to enlist
in navy.
U.' S. may commandeer platinum
stock for war use in making high
explosives.
Gov. Lowden's wife in Chicago
buying presents for Springfield
guardsmen.
Eleven members of Hammond
High school football team enlisted in
coast artillery.
v Patriotic societies demand that
eulogy of kaiser be cut from public
school spellers.
Henry F. Meyers, 65, 3617 W. 58th,
arrested for flourishing gun and
insulting Wilson.
Marriage license issued to L. M.
Wilson, 3320 Flournoy and Edith
gnaw returned unused. "Don?L'want 1
slacker stain," wrote Wilson. "Will
wait until war is over."
Four suspicious men arrested by
naval guards at S. S. Commodore,
west of State st. bridge.
Fec'eral secret service aided by ap
proximately 500 volunteerssome of
them prominent business men.
Frank A. Vanderlip, N. Y. banker,
says war may give U. S. ownership
of railroads through the Adamson
law.
Manuel Hernandez, Mexican, ar
rested in East Chicago for insulting
Wilson and U. S. army. May be de
ported. Private S. McGarry, 551 S. 5th av.,
Chicago, member of Canadian army,
wounded in fighting at Vimy ridge,
France.
100 students of Nicholas Senn
High school formed drill class. Plan
to enlist in body when school closes
in June.
Federal agents investigating report
that heads of several big commer
cial firms are advising employes not
to enlist
Prof. Perry G. Holdom. food ex
pert, says day is fast approaching
when people will be fea on rations
doled out by gov't
Frenez Kormos, 618 Barry av.,
Austrian, took out U. S. citizenship
papers and thereby forfeited $50,000
share in Austrian estate.
Politicians of all parties and fac
tions will be asked to aid in getting
recruits for naval and marine serv
ice. Mayor Thompson will he visited
by recruiting officers today.
Frank Herzog, pupil in Parkman
School, 52d and Princeton, accused
of insulting flag. Schoolmates
marched him into every room and
made him salute stars and stripes.
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Winnipeg. Private S. McGarry,
551 S. 5th av., Chicago, wounded in
battle of Vimy ridge. Serg't R. David
son, Chicago, missing.
Rochester, N. Y. Geo. Eastman,
kodak maker, will subscribe $2,500,-
000 to government war loanj
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