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2 C LAST EDITION 2 C
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 6, NO. 177 Chicago, Wednesday, April 25. 1917 3!
FIGHT WAR TO FINISH
-NO SEPARATE PEACE
-Balfour Says America Will Go Limit Denies En
tangling Alliance To Decide on Sending
i American Army to France.
Washington, April 25. The United
States will see the war through.
There will be no separate peace.
This is the only conclusion to be
drawn from a statement of Arthur J.
Balfour, British foreign secretary, in
a public statement here.
The British envoy had been speak
ing of the fight the allies were mak
ing for the liberty of the world.
There was a deadly earnestness and
conviction in his voice as he said:
"You will see the war through. If
there is any certainty in human
affairs, that is certain."
Balfour did not mention a separate
peace, but every one who heard him
knew what he meant.
"No one who has walked among
yoi can for one moment doubt the
full determination of the American