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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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WASHINGTON PICTORIALLY IN WAR TIME
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Women of Washington have joined the national service training school
to replace men in branches of the army and navy where fighting is not
done. This picture shows two pupils learning telegraphy.
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BRITAIN WILL LAY ALL CARDS
ON THE TABLE.
Washington, April 21. Great Brit
ain intends to lay all her war cards
on the table when her commissioners
meet with American government
heads. She will present fully and
frankly all problems. These will cover
a wider scope than heretofore an
nounced. General question of military and
financial co-operation will be fore
most problem, but other subjects to
be considered are:
Diplomatic questions such as ulti
mate peace terms, munitions, wheat
supply, general transportation,
blockage of Germany, communica
tions,
work.
aviation and anti-submarine
HOLD ILLINOIS MILITIAMEN
AFTER AUTO THEFT
Springfield, III., April 21. Four
members of the Sixth infantry were
placed under arrest by local police at
Clinton today, charged with theft of
an automobile.
The men arrested are: Bernard
Begheol, Co. 1, Morrison; Ed Nelson
Charles Evans, Fred Strum, all of
Co. 1.
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Patrol Serg"t Geo. Lyman fired on
cracksmen working on safe m United
Cigar Store, 12th and Blue Island.
They escaped.
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