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2 O NOON EDITION 2 C
BOWMAN DAIRY CO. SAFE CRACKED!
WILL THE PRICE OF MILK ADVANCE AGAIN?
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL.6, NO. 159 Chicago,' Wednesday, April 4, 1917 3!
NO BOYS IN BLUE TO
EUROPE TILL FALL,
tWilI Train 500,000 at a Time Until Enough Are in the
Trenches to-Lick Germany Only Youths of From
18 to 23 Years of Age Wanted at First.-
Washington, April 4. By time
congress acts on the "war resolu
tion" all plans -for assembling all the
nation's forces to strike at the Im
perial government i Germany will
be ready for presentation by the
Army legislation based on selective
conscription of country's young men
as rapidly as they can be equipped,
officered, and trained, is considered
probably the most important of the
All men except those exempted
such as married men, mechanical ex
perts, scientists, etc. will b ex
pected to come under the colors.
Government will have some desig
nation a button, probably which
will be given to those exempted and
otherwise serving the country, but
who are not under training. This is
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