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JAP WARSHIP TORPEDOED IN PACIFIC
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 6, NO. 154 Chicago, Thursday, March 29, 1917 3!
11. S. WAR PLANS HANG
ON WORD OF GERMAN
.Only Complete Backdown by Bethman-Hollweg Will
Change Wilson's Attitude Expected to Tell
Congress State of War Exists Urge
Americans to Leave Germany.
Washington, March 29. Pres.
Wilson is holding judgment on some
vital details of his "war message" to
congress pending developments of
next few days.
German Imperial Chancellor Von
Bethmann Hollweg is expected to
deliver speech in reichstag today
.which may ive an outline, of Ger
many's future course, both as to thei
conduct of war and as to possibilities
of her making peace.
At same time the effectiveness of
armed neutrality as illustrated by,the
safe passage of armed American
merchantmen to England has cre
ated strong impression here.
Not only did steamers escape at-