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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.6, NO. 176 Chicago, Tuesday. April 24, 1917 3!
BRITISH APPROVE WAY
I). S. PLANS TO WAR
Democracy and Harmony Mark Getting Together of
Anglo-American War Leaders Money First,
Then Food and Ships French Emissaries
Washington, April 24. French
commission, coming here for con
ferences with "American and English
government officials, has arrived
safely. PJace of arrival is withheld.
The party is not yet in Washing-'
ton and all information as to their
movements or time of arrival is kept
secret by censorship,
Washington, April 24. British
Foreign Sec'y Arthur J. Balfour and-
Pres. Wilson, heads of Anglo-American
war conferences, planned to
spend today tabulating results of
their first parley. Denying them
selves to all callers, they spent sev
eral hours getting down to working
basis for world conference.
Moey and food were outstanding
points for immediate consideration.
These have in part been disposed
of. British commission backed ud