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Jackies do the work in the. kitchen aboard ship and are here shown
preparing a meal on the Rhode Island.
GERMAN RETREAT CONTINUES
BRITISH STRAIGHTEN LINE
With the British Armies Afield, Feb.
27, There seems every reason to be
lieve the present German retirement
will not be ended until the Teutons
reach a line approximating the front
between Arras and Cambrai.
Meanwhile the British are still
pressing forward today. The British
pressure is toward Bapaume and the
advance is Being rapidly pressed.
The Germans, however, are offer
ing stiff resistance with large cali
ber guns, which are evidently mount
ed on railway trucks.
Just before the Germans took
flight they blew up their strongest
, o o
Boycott on materials brought into
Chicago still exists, declared out-of-town
switchboard makers in. Judge
Humphrey's court today.