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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 February 1919

PageT wo TT 1 "c: V BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 13? 1919 TIE BR0WNWO0D BULLETIN MAYES -PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postofficc at Brown- wodt Texas as second class matter. ' l- TELEPHONES Editorial. Office Biiilness Office .No. 22 .'.No. 13 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. character. standing or reputation ;;oi any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the atten tion of the publishers. Panhandle and fat the same time to discover just what . should" be done first with respect to ;each section what it is that each county offers and on the- basis of tills draw up a work- ing program. "Wq hope that by this time it is plain to everybody that there is no "bug under the chip" with respect to this movement Two or three import- ant communities in West Texas so far have not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 February 1919

: BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 13 1919 HI 'f1"" !'' Page Tfte8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED LOST J ; CHAPLfRVK; y.J . yjmm. "yXM9 nea i ape. At ton- o'clock the next morning Har- din enteritis the office again the geii- j era! managorX found there Imfore Win George Mar-Loan. Uio now director and ' Percy Bahoook. the trcsTsurer.-who had ; hoen put in by the Overland Pacific when the old company was: rcm-gitc-i ized. They h:nl just mine In; from Los Angolos the trip made ia MaeLean's ? private car to attond a director's ineet-- Rkkard -enured a few miners later i Ksirada iK-hind hi: i. Ogilvie followed llkkard lo his desk j . "WollS" Inquired the new manager. .Oftflvif oxpkiiiitd hngihilv that he i had tlie irinutos of the lastf ineeting. ! "L.avo th.ii in ." Riefcjtrd waved j lt5 "J tuttrd i:rr !:. who heiU tnit Ms : Jtend for the papers iteir.-tatr.iy the acouutant relih-f pnVul the s:mt. His retreating ! COTillailS 1 kv.l Iciieroifedv ' f ----- -'4ipjlrv. ln no .ne lauhid. Hardi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 February 1919

Brownwood Bulletin Bge Four f : FEBRUARY 13 1919 SEWING WEEK! Sewing Week continues to be a timely event of extraordinary interest to house-keepers. This sale I olfers extremely low pri ces on all materials used in the home. Here is i your chance! Few housekeepers will -be able to resist these i real bargains. Ml THB'SrOQB:FOP all 1 1 THE PEOPLE REFLECTING THE NEW STYLES FOR SPRIWG AdvanceShowingTomorrow -Many Models- (Each day adds its quota of new ones) There are many strikingly beautiful changes in the Lines Drapes Materials Colors and Trim- mings in the "New Garments for Spring Wear now being shown here. We have been especially fortunate in getting some of the most pronounced models clearly defining the fashions which havje been authora. tively occepted as the correct attire for the smartly dressed woman. Quality is the secret of smart appearance in the Apparel; Quality lhas has made our garments the choice of so many discriminating Women. You'll erijoy seeing the New Things to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 February 1919

""I BRO WN WOOD BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 98 DRAFT OF PL OF NATIONS K EXECUTIVE- COUN TLUDE RE AT POWERS INL 7 1.1 S -J RESIDENT EBERT ARRANGING FOB COMPLETE DISARMAME Program of New Government Mapped Out According to Democratic Lines Which Include Improvement jo Education Disarmament and Other Features ONE OF MANY GIFTS TO PRES. WILSON (By Associated Press) j WEIMAR Feb. 14 i Fried rich Ebert ' president of Germany has announced j to the newspapers here that the gov- eminent is arranging the details for. tine complete disarmament-and demob-i Illzation of the German military system.. IN 10 HELPED 1 EXEGBTIOH OP EDITH GAVELL IS ARRESTED SAID TO HAVE ClE INTO II EH 1I0SPIL AM) WOKKKI) I T CAJp AGAINST HEld1 Democratic Program. (By Associated Press) Copenhagen Feb. 14. The program of the new German government which lias J'ust been" published in Berlin in- cudes equal rights for the men and "women the improvement of theduca-! uonal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 February 1919

3 Page Tfi brown wood Bulletin. February k 1919 oil field news ami gossip CAMPAIGN IEBICI MK FERGUSON B 1 1 : L-U ! i SUN COMPANY BEGINS DRILLING ON GUTHRIE ! KANCH NEAR TMCKILttli FIRST LINK OK NEW ROAD NOW ASSURED i EASTLAND Texas. Sufficient stock The Sun Company began drilling .has jbecn subscribed by. the citizens of Monday on the Lee Guthrie ranch near ! Eastland to. assure? the building -oftSi.N Trickham about 20 miles southwest of .and three-tenth miles of railroa'd.;?oiitt ('()! PRATER COUNTY MAN'AGKH iirownwood. The derrick had been up.necting East lam with the M. K;:k.T. foj-.s.onie lime but the beginning of at ;tyangmn. This )s.horl line is 'iv mV RELIEF IN NEAR EAST WILL BEGIN lOIDf ORDERED GLEAN-UP WTl'NESS IN RAXvJKU INQUIRY- i SAYS RANS031 WAS (jlViiN SUJIE DIRECT ORDERS. ELGIAN SOLDIERS ERY COURAGEOUS: 16 ALLIES' 10 1 t 1 drilling was delayed by the bad yeath- of the Eastland. Wifhiua Falls ft. pulf er and resulting Hiffiiilrv in nsspmh-nilrrvnrt now !iifn lininintP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 14 1919 Page THreg ! t 1 1 1 Texas9 Honor Roll i Died of disease 49 wounded severe ly -219 "wounded (degree undetermin ed) 1173 wounded slightly 1033. ' Died of Disease. Elmo E. Okell El Paso. Tracy Nabours t Ladonia. Walter Garner. Sau Antonio . Womwled Severely. Willie Guise Kimbro. Chester Farrow Woodson. Ollie Sneea Taylor. Logan Williamson. Lockne?. Robert Lindley McLean. Tr4e4 (Degree riideVrmfned.) Samuel Griffin Knight. Fender Johnson Trinidad liaeous Young Linden. Frank Welch Wichita Falls. Otis Prewift Austin. Pat Smith ML 'Pleasant. Oliver HHourn Hightower. Clj'de Richardson Houston. Gall Leldnicker Crockett. William Barnes Rockwall. Frank Johnson Brenham. Clarence Tidwell. Everitt. Robert Partriddge Xacona. Hllira Driver Hlco. Ahtone Hajeck Yoakum. David iHornsby Fort Worth. -AiQnzo Burnett Bronson Robert Jones Fort Worth. -Howard Taylor O'Donnell. Newton Young Decatur. Charles Winna San Antonio. Norman Taylor Fort Worth. Gerald Gunst Corpus C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 February 1919

'age Four BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 14 1919; i TffE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN KATES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ' tog corner Brown and Lee Streets. Eatered at tbe Postoffice at Brown-H-bd Texas as second class matter- TELEPHONES Editorial Office Buifaiess Office .No. 221 ..No. 3i SUBSCRIPTION CO cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. yeari that it can riot now be definitely defeated." But tlTo Democratic "party can ibe defeated"' in tlfeyn'ext presiden- tial refection" andf Itj'jis defeated it will; be due not to any. virtue of the Republicans butyjto-the inexcusable political blunders of themselves. i 1 ' f i 1 Xb Ilia's! placjjj file Democrats CtKAMG HOUSE. w that the prosecution of thetwar; Xntions which :l'if.si(loiil ;PJETOF PLAN FOR LEAGUE OF NATIONS;. ? ed on? ' ; 1 f- . ' . weeks; perhaps of days befon "Y.' .. ; ' : -r P. ').. - "... -r- -.j J. 'v .-independence of our country is t question of. before the vecog- SublCCi....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 February 1919

FEBRUARY 14 1919 ft o age oix Brownwood Bulletin SEWING WEEK! Aw Event to Encourage Early Spring Sewing! A visit hero tomorrow will well rppay you. Not only are prices verv attractive but the NEW STYLES are on display in Silks Voiles. White Goods Cotton Dress Goods showing the latest designs weaves :md colors that will prevail tins spring. ! HERE: ARE A FEW OF THE GOOD VALUES: At no WahI Sr.rrnc nsl.!n Surecs . . ii -. 88p Y SERGE occupies a prominent pi) ee -hi the jicw spring rials and NAVY is the leading sh'ade for .suits skirts a.h r rv ' a. -i -t rtfi Li ... 5x.au serges i.va ourgus -r NAVY SERGE materi canes 1RESS GINGHAMS and Pert-ales 25e I r DRESS GINGHAMS line of 5e value! DRESS GINGHAMS 4fle to 50c valuej $1.35 ..250 .35 550 FANCY PLAID GINGHAMS 32-inch W 4C SHEETING 75e "Wwmvell sheeting for -k SHEETS $2 cSlxDO sheets best grade : SHEETS $2 72x1)0 grade special at .4 NEW GOODS 4 L. COLORED ORGANDIES in high shaded ice voiles fan oy white nvaislings wash start materials w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

l hews page 2 1 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS 'SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 99 DIAL COST LLJONBOLLARS ran MD FINANCIAL WORLD'S PEACE COUNCIL IN SESSION TAIN'S EXPENDITURES W ECONOMIC PROBLEMS !j- ALLIED 1 CONSIDERtu BY PEACE GORFEREHC (By Associated Press) fWASHLNGTON Feb. In. Exclusive . o the expenditures by Belgium Por-j tugal Roumania Austria-Hungary audi Bulgaria the total cost o the war yrps fixed at one hundred and seventy- five billion dollars in an official esti- mate made public today. The .expenditures of the United States during the period closing Janu ary 31st were eighteen billion fourj hundred and eighty-one million dol- lars. ! In individual expenditures Great Britain leads with thirty-seven billion one hundred million dollars. France U second with twenty-seven Dlllion. The United States is third and Russia. Italy and Serbia follow in the order Shren with eighteen billion ten billion and eight billion respectively. Japan and Greece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 1919 -0 .: - ' ' - . - - i j : : : ... ... Oil FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP I "'"""' Optimism of People Reaches Climax as Development of New Oil Fields Continues with Remarkable Success Vmter vflieat in good shape?" in- quired the banker of one of his farmer out. for drilling wells wiiich never weiu qui.t deep enough! to -find a pay .sand customers me other day. After each failure Jthe optimistic spirit "Nope haven't planted any wheat" j evaporated hut it soon jreturned. ltight replied the farmer. He didn't appear no'wj- there is uot-La native citizen in to be interested in wheat. the'jcounty who does not Relieve with "Got all your ground in oats before 'his 1 (whole soul and heart that Brown . the wet spell came did you?" the ban-county has as big an" foil pool u n dor- mer continued trying to open up.a con--neatyi it :is. can jbe found any Whore versatlon. - 1 in. ijie state. The citizenship has been Xope ditlu't plant any oats." Thai train' ed in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

r i BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 1919 Th age ree 4 DJ VJJEL 11 White - - Phone 22 Washington. Rome had its Caesar great and brave; hut stain was on Iris -wreath; He lived the heartless conqueror and died the tyrant's death. Ffrance had its eagle; hut his wings ! though lofty they might soar. TJjfere spread in false ambition's flight and dipped in murder's gore. 33hose hero-gods whose mighty sway .would fain have chained the waves. Who flashed their blades with tiger- j zeal to make a world of slaves Who. thoueh thpir kindred barred the"! ! path still fiercely waded on Oh! "her shpll he their "clory" by ! the Bide of Washington? afternoon in her attractive apartment at 209 West Anderson. The ever fascinating Valentino theme prevailed in" the attractive decorations garlands of1 graduated hearts forming festoons from corner to corner. The score cards also bore the Valentine emblems. After the games a dainty refreshment plate was offered. 3rcDowell Music Club. The recently organized ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

Pag e rour BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 1919 TIE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- l corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- od Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Edkorial Office No. 22 Buiteess Office ;;Xo. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 10 cats per month. $7.20 per year in advance. . v : . . . ! wonarousiy wen in Ms labors to lay the foundation of a permanent struc- ture upon which the peace of the world may depend for all time to come. PRAYERS ATD GOOD ROADS. The Bangs Enterprise which has always had pronounced ideas as to road improvement work in Brown county suggests that: the citizenship should pray for dry weather so that the mud holes may dry up and the roads again become passable. This is a peculiar world. "We in .what was the drputh section last year are prepar- ing to fill mud holes in our public Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation off any person firm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

t f BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 .1 9 19 'Jfit- Page Five .fix . ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR RENT POULTRY AND EGGS WANTED G i r 1 to do 'ork. Phone R-S77. IFOR RET Nice furnished room con- - seneral houe venieice& Call at 201 Lipscdtnb street F0R SALE-Barr-ed Plymouth Rock -awcr iiini ckps: aiso cnuiu snare a lew cuuHivia. 10U TO remember the Martin-Ethe- PnP ttth Iwt mnm' f it.. ri .in . f-r - 0..w. ....... W. S. Wescott.Tel. J-294.' -OTtt'c . . . ui"a C01 Maiiijtor phone and Wednesday. - OStfe SUcl.FOR RENT Two choice bed rooms lor i gentleman gas connections'.4 coirveni Extraordi-. ent t0 b?ltht ciose 3n ' Phque .j.$HS. iouu Ai5oc4 riiitVii . nstiv SALESMAN WANTED nary good proposition to offer reliable stock salesman. r.OS Stew art Building Houston. Texas luucjFOR RENT Nicely furnished newly nattered .-room: also manieurinjr An- Secqrid-hand lumber floor- .- tfl iwin: cnih.TrT tua W. uroauway. . "WAITED ing boxing and doors. Phone J-45 dh FOR SALE Pure bred Tom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

FEBRUARY T5 1919" Page Si IX 1 Brownwood Bulletin The very latest style creations in DOVE . - UNDERMUSLINS are now being shown 'by us. To appreciate the beauty -and. variety of our displays it is neces- sary -for you to call and ee our big assort- ments. ! Wonderful novelties dainty designs correct fit best materials for good wearing qualities all make the prices reasonable GOWNS. CORSET COVERS. UNDERSKIRTS ENVELOPE CHEMISE etc. .$1 to !i $5.00 NEW SILKS New colors in georgcjjte crepe Ave have . been short in our spring shipments. ; ARTILLERY RED HENNA NILE &REEN GREY $1.93 COLORED PONGEE SILKS 32 inches wide in a range of the latest shades a special offering here 'beginning .Monday: "A $1.69 jin STO&E FOG ALL Tr- LYRIC I'aramovBt and Artcraft Present Douglas Fairbanks Theodore Rolerts Frank Cam- peaa Ifarjorie Daw and other stars in " ARIZONA" If yon -were one of the millions who saw It on the staire roa Aon't need two askings to see "Arizona" on the screen. The real "West ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 1919 Page. Seven m'mi&Mr--WM'-m ?Bt' H ' : tm. mm- ' U 1 4 1 More iTzan A Million D ollars j Invested In Automobiles 'In 1 Jfucts that vere. lieretofore: wasted" on iaccount" or slow 'conveyance. .. .- . .' Just what the outcome of the motor Jf': . .netition Ls fortfiiiK dealers to-sell ears rr - mmith a mevwiet V.- Brown County; Great Industry" aV reasonable' prices aud the demand ) In an com KailroailM ney" -a and pa: motor d ces r ter jn-many instances than tnoj - 1he - . " . - f- : -i 1 Venders amlllnHis. i . V. h'eudligHts' viuralioii'. At The Serbian Front ears that have the (pVn aeeqimf of the remarkable ser-tand severe shelling from enemy guns nly thing-. that . remained 1 The good and prosperous dqys of the faithful horse are numbered. In the past for many years the. horse has been one of man's best friends. Iji many sections the horse furnished thkj most popular conveyance if not the only one. He was used also for many other branches of w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

Page Eight BROWNWOOD BULLETINFE.BRUARY 15 1919 Esse ntidls for Just Reconstruction (By Associated Press) jciai justice. Xo part or this advantage "WASHINGTON Feb. 13. Adoption J should' be lost or given up in time of of minimum vase schedules main- peace." '. . j tenance in general of the wage level Vhile holding that 'mere justice to attained during the war andfpernia- -say jiothins of chivalry' dictates that .nent establishment of the National I women who filled 'in industry the War Labor Board and the Vnited ! places made vacant by men called to need of the 'device of insurance. So far as possible the insurance fund should be raised by a levy on intlus- Socialism which would mean bdrcauC- riicy political tyranny general social inefficiency and decadence" but as- ir as is now done in the case of acci-lserted that the present system pro dent compensation. The industry in j during 'insufficient incomes Tor a! nuivu n limn is uuiiHuyea hjiouiu pro-i great majority of wage earners and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 15 1919 Page Nine I ix Million Motor Cars In Use January First -i i i i TJie automobile situaJon in Ameri-J months of 1918 the District o Colum- cr may be summed up as follows: bia's registration increased! S9 per cen 'The demands of the world war slim- while the other leading .States made ulated our manufacturing capacity: the following showing: South Caro- "America's entrance into the war re-j Una 5Q per cent; New Jersey 4S per daped the use of automobiles as a lux-cent Arkansas 44 per cent; Georgia ury but increased it as a practical 41 per Icent; Alabama 40 "per cent' necessity; ! Maryland 39' per ceiit; Kentucky -:i9 .A strong healthy gain in motor ve-j per cent; Oregon 3S per cent; Wyom- hi6les was registered by those States ling 33 ppr cent; Idaho 31 tier cenr. wlilcli industrially or agriculturally! The. bnly one of these States with contributed most to the conduct of the. a registration of move than 100)00 J "motor are fitted with oil cups. yr an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

Page Ten BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY ;15 1919 Men Who Cant Work on the Roads on t Good Roads Dag Can Contribute Prick of Dag's Labor and Employ Substitute The problem of what to do with the citizen who want to do his bit but is uMe from reasons which are insur- inouia table to go out with the Toadfsent men who can not work. Contri sponsible" for the proper expenditure of any funds contributed for the pur pose of employing laborers. to repfce- working crews next Wednesday cotin-ty--wide good roads day may be solved with a suggestion which has been pre- setted by good roads enthusiasts. This 'suggestion is that men who for any unavoidable reason can not work th roads Wednesday contribute the price of a day's labor so that a wor- ker can be employed to go in their stead. Since no one is expected to receive pay for the work lie does on the roads aeict .Wednesday except the pay that 'would otherwise come to them in the regular course of their employment or butions may be made direct to t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

fir - 1 1 T "will be running out for my visit In a few weeks. It will be only fair for me to do it as long as I can." Again the girl had a sense of subtle- ty. Whenever Gerty put on that air of childish confidential deliberation she hunted for the plot "This was not far to seek. Her sister-in-law was passing out the hot season to her. "It's all ready" Gerty's glance -was winging birdlike over the table. Noth- ing had been forgotten. She gave a little sigh of elastic satisfaction. Har din misinterpreted it nnf fr 1 1n- t. V V nnt for her. It was like him to have forgotten the Lnwrcm-e days; lfe was never free of the sense of obligation to ii.a t i.J "A he felt. ftr the .m!.v Tlrn WmS caught an allusion to her origin. nnno tlin 1.1.. ..1. ... I.hha.I . t . !. . . . i;j..u me uoaruing noiise. sue couiu tnmK ot nothing to say. The three fartablevc. a. social meal where sociability is lacking. Innes said it Iia'd been a pleasant morning. Gerty thought it had been hot. And then there was ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 February 1919

Sage Twelve " lSf"if " RAPPY MEETING OF :: ALLIED "OEIO" III OEAIISE AND F WORKER MEET IS XEW-XOKK AFTER XOURX- IXG EACH OTHER'S DEATH. (By Associated Press) . NEW YORK Feb. 13. Two "Dead"' men-or at least each thought the other had been killed in battle have met in New York and have been try- iag to convince one another that the reports of .their deaths were grossly exaggerated. The. resurrection scene was set In the hallway of No. 347 Mad- Isos Avenue the headquarters of the National War -Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. Pust as a rangy marine who wore two wound stripes chevrons indicating eighteen months service a Croix de Guerre a marksman's med- al and an. overseas service ribbon pssed through a door another man. In 'uniform sprang up. This second man- also wore a Croix de Guerre on kis Y. M. C. A uniform He pinched himself se-erely. ")uchr' Announced the eleder man in tones of great satisfaction. "You're not dreaming. Doc." assured the marine. "If I hadn't read you .were here I...

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