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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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LOCAL WAR NOTES
Elks will aid recruiting.
Mechanics needed for navy. -
Hamilton club pledged loyalty to
Sen. Lewis predicts passage of
34 men enlisted in regular army
and navy Sunday.
250 Serbians, all war veterans, left
Gary to join allies.
Sherwood Eddy, director Y. M. C.
A., urges prohibition as war meas
ure. Frank Cunnea, 18, son of W. A.
Cunnea, Socialist leader, enlisted in
Manufacturers want U. S. to aid
them in preventing shortage of farm
Emile Bastien suggests that gro
cers adopt non-delivery plan to cut
S. Hattala, editor Hungarian Daily
News, told Hungarians they must be
loyal to U. S.
Hotel Keepers' ass'n will discuss
plans for organizing training school
for army cooks. ,
Prof. Scott Nearing, speaking at
Sunday Evening club, predicted hard
times after the war.
Rep. T. P. Frost, 65, pastor First
M. E. Church, Evanston, will volun
teer for farm service.
Ceo. Sobol, 1160 Erie, saved from
violence by police after he is said to
have stamped on American flag.
Bernard J. Sullivan, 4930 Gladys
av,. officer in First cavalry, eloped
and married Helen Coglam, 4717
.70 men joined Eighth regiment, I.
N. G. Eighth men were guests of
Pres. Comiskey, White Sox ball team,
All plans laid for Roosevelt speech
in stockyards ampitheater Saturday.
No tickets; first come first served.
Doors open 7:30 p. m.
Ex-Mayor Washburne's three sons.
Clark, Gratiot and Hampstead, Jr., 1
1 have enlisted in U. S. service. First
two in army; latter in navy.
Capt. Wm. A. Moffett says that un
less U. S. adopts universal service we
will be put fn position of "slacker
hiding behind England's skirts."
Older men, between 35 and 44,
wanted for officers' reserve corps.
About 3,000 have applied for commis
sions so far. Most applicants be
tween 25 and 30.
Mark Potter, 5515 Woodlawn av.;
Alfred Van Duyn, and Arne Mark,
Kenilworth, who refused to stand in
Orchestra halL during playing of
"Star Spangled Banner," will be tried
in S. Clark st court today.
Washington. Supreme court' de
cided in favor of government in Ore
gon and California land case, involv
ing millions of acres of land granted
to railroads and claimed by U. S. hy
London. Demonstrations daily in
favor of turning Sweden into a re
public appear to grow stronger in,
New York. One of Mme. Sarah
Bernhardt's physicians announced
today that there was no hope for her
Joliet, III. 100 Serbians have left
here to join allied army; 400 more
Calais. German destroyers fired
100 shots in shore near Calais; 12 ci
Gary, Ind. 250 Austrians, mostly
veteran soldiers, left to fight against
their former country.
Savana, III. 10,000 join loyalty
day celebration held under auspicea
of the railroad employes.
New York. Rev. R. F. Berry, Pres
byterian clergyman at Brownsville
Manor, shot and killed his wife and
mother-in-law, wounded his sister-in-law
and killed self. Police says he
had delusion that women were
agents of kaiser.
NEW YORK STOCKS. Trading
(JulL Prices steady.