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BRITISH AMBASSADOR GETS $200,000,000
The greatest check ever written washe $200,000,000 loan of United
States to England to carry on the war. Sec'y of the Treasury McAdoo isj
here shown, at right, signing the check to be given to British Ambassador
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, at left.
WHAT YOU CAN DO'
j SPRINGFIELD TO BE "DRY"
I Springfield, III., April 30. Saloons
of Springfield will close their doors
at midnight of May 3. In a lengthy
decision County Judge J. B. Weaver
has sustained - the demurrer of the
"drys" to the "wet" contest opinion.
1 The demurrer was sustained in ev
ery particular and, though the
"wets" were granted leave to file an
amended petition, it is generally be
1 lieved the sustaining of the demurrer
will end the case.
The decision puts over 200 saloons
out of business.
H. A. A. Van Derek, brother of H.
J. Van Derek, 2958 N. Whipple, ar
rested in Seattle as German spy suspect
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