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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 26, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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LOCAL WAR NOTES
Illinois factories ready to rush war
Central dep't,- U. S. A., needs ste
nographers. Son of Det Serg't Edw. McGuire
Women physicians want army
commissions. . -
Col. Foreman expects First cavalry
will soon be called to service.
Slavic Alliance of Chicago en
Salvation Army workers plan ac
tive service in field.
Glencoe citizens contributed $4,000
for war ambulance. f
Univ. of Chicago alumni urged ban
on college sports during war.
Capt Dillon, U. S. signal corps re
serve, needs telegraph operators.
Sen. Lewis believes Illinois national
guard will be first set nto Europe.
Univ. of Illinois sent 800 agricul
tural students to work on Canadian
County Clerk Sweitzer will give
birth certificates free to young men
Walter Hanson", Downers Grove,
fined $25 for insulting refnarks
about U. S.
Lolita Armour, back,, from Califor
nia, says she wants to do her bit for
Uncle Sam. '
102 mules arrived yesterday from
Ft Bliss, Tex., for use of First Illi
C. S. P. S., Bohemian society, will
hold patriotic meeting Saturday eve.
at 1128 W. 18th.
. Only four out of 500 members at
banquet of Ass'n of Commerce op
Otto C. Doerrier, Joliet parole
breaker,' arrested at Redondo Beach,
Cal., as spy suspect
Gen. Rush B. Lincoln, Iowa State
Agricultural college, offered gov't
2,500 trained recruits.
Herman Webster, Chicago artist,
back from service in French ambu
lance service, says France needs
men. Thinks U. S. army should go
Edw. Fritz, Oak Park, arrested for
posing as army officer, held for trial
before Judge Landis.
Fourteen University high school
students left to become volunteer
farmers in Pendleton, Ind.
Dr. Harry Pratt Judson, Univ. of
Chicago, accused Germans of long
plotting to conquer world.
2,500 applied for entrance to of
ficers' reserve corps training camp.
College degree not needed.
Dean Arnold B. McMann and 15
graduates of Loyola Univ. law school
enlisted in army and navy.
Lieut. L. M. Stevens, naval recruit
ing officers, needs hospital appren
tices. Pay is $20.90 month.
L. Hatt, 640 47th, member of Ca
nadian regiment, reported wounded
in action "somewhere in France."
Ruth Law, aviatrix, volunteered
services to fly over city Dewey day
to advertise recruiting"heeds of navy.
Russian consul wants permission
to -.urge Russian subjects in and
around Chicago to join American
Brevoort hotel to have one "meat
less day" a week, beginning tomor
row. Other hotels and clubs to fol
Delta Tau Delta fraternity, of
which Champ Clark is member, crit
icized speaker for action against
Field Marshal Joffre confirmed re
port of intended visit to Chicago.
Mayor Thompson "will name recep
Pennsylvania nosed Illinois out of
elnistment lead yesterday. Quaker
state got 238; Illinois 221. Chicago
still leads cities.
Congreation of Second Presby
terian church voted confidence in
Pastor Noble S. EJderkin, who de
Capt Moffett said bureau of navi
gation had approved plans to make
Lake Bluff the largest naval training: