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BRITISH DRIVE DEEP IN GERMAN LINE 1
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL 6, NO. 165 Chicago, Wednesday, April 11, 1917 398 iTgggj
SEND ARMY TO FRANCE
SECRETLY IS PLAN
Congress Gets Bills to Finance War Play-Politics Witfi
Selective -Draft Proposal Great Stores of
Food1' to. Be ecured.
Washington, April 11. It is prob
able no word will be. sent put from
this country when the first expeditiR'
starts for Europe. For purposes of
precaution, it is probable the people
of the United States woa't know
their men are on foreign battle fronts
until the men arrive.
Congress ppeaed the fifth day of
the way with theWij.i;evenue bill. De
bate will itart tomorrow -and" the
measure is expected to pass the
house by Friday or Saturday.
The bill calls for a $5,000,000,000
bond issue, $3,000,000,000 of which
win go to a loan for the allies. Fuiy
ther it has been agreed to provide is-