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THAW ANGERS AT WHIPPING QUERY
CLAIMS HE NEVER WHIPPED YOUNG GIRLS
LINER MINNEHAHA A VICTIM OF HOLT BOMB?
'THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 4, NO. 240 Chicago, Friday, July 9, 1915 398
NATIONS GOING INTO
Remarkable Statement Confidentially Issued to U. 5.
Bankers Confirm Russell's Articles in The Day
Book Even Uncle Sam Talks of Forming
Big Trading Company.
New York, July 9. News of a
startling nature to the whole busi
ness and financial world and remark
able testimony to the value and ac
curacy of the series of war articles
from Europe recently written for The
Day Book by Charles Edward Russell
are contained in a confidential circu
lar just issued for the information of
the leading banks and bankers of the
The subject of this circular is
financial and economic conditions in
the European countries after the war.
It repeats the figures of national
debts and debt increase that Mr. Rus
sell worked out in his articles and
quotes as "suggested by radicals" his
warning that repudiation of national
debts and a period of financial chaos
are among the threating indications.
It then followsv and repeats Mr.
Russell's arguments and conclusions
in regard to the enormous increase
of public ownership now going on in
the belligerent countries and that
these vast changes, the most momen
tous of our times, are here to stay.
Part of the circular follows:
"Bankers' Information Service.
"A comprehensive plan, by the
operation of which the governments
of Europe may recover their financial