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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 26 December 1917

? &i Jii a---' r 'm s-'-m&s --'-- ' - t'. PageFow TEE. BTENEfft MISSQUMAIT; tKBPSESPAT. PICEMBEB tt,' ltttV 0 Yesterday's-Late News Leon TroUky, the 3oIshevlkl for eign minister, at a meeting of the revolutionary organizations 'assem bled In congress today, read docu ments and telegrams which he de clared contained evidence that Ameri cans were helping General Kaledlnes. leader of the Don Cossacks. The Trotzky charge involved D. R. Fran cis, president of the Board of Cura tors of the University, now American Ambassador to Russia. The accusa tion of Trotzky was immediately re futed by the State Department at Washington. "Recently," said TroUky, "we found that American agents in Rus sia were taking part in Kaledlnes' movements. We arrested Colonel Kolpashnlkoff, attached to the Amer ican mission to Rumania, who was trying to get a tralnload ot motor cars, clothing and supplies to Rostov. Among the documents was a letter from David R. Francis. American Am bassador to Russia, re...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 December 1917

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN t m i TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1917. NUMBER 87 r M. I' J- ;tj i t I i i R( RETAIL MERCHANTS MAY DARKEN STORES Association Plans to Stop Window Lighting After 6 O'clock. TO BE DARK TONIGHT Fuel Administrator Says That Safety of People Will Be Assured. To assist in the conservation of fuel, the Retail Merchants' Assocla tlon is contemplating shutting oft all window lighting except on the night or nights when they are open for business. According toI .A. Barth, president of the association, this plan has al ready met the approval of a number of the members. He is certain that the remaining ones will also agree to it. This means that there will be no lights on or in the stores after G or 6:30 o'clock, the closing time. Tonight will be Columbia's first Hghtless night. The order which H, A. Collier, county fuel administrator, received from the state fuel adminis trator, says that all excessive light ing must be discontinued on Th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 December 1917

. . . -- rniiiiiiMiniM-MMfr-aiiir nrnwnifTfuTaim' '? s- 'Zr-Jt ISf lr n If fflif PagoTrro THE EVENING MISSOUBIAJf, THTJBSDAT. DECEMBER .27, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Associated Press Is exclusively titled to tbe use for republication ol news dispatches credited to It or otherwise credited In this paper and the local news pnbllshed herein. en- ' all not also Published every evening- (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Mo. Office: Virginia BulIMntr. Downstairs Phones: Business 55; Iews, 274. Entered at the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall In Boone County: Tear, S3j, ( months, $1.75; 3 months. W 'cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, 11.0, a months, SL23; month. 45 cents. National Advertlsins Representatives: CarpVnter-Scneerer Co, Fifth Avenue Bulldlne New York; Peoples Gas Bulld nS. Chicago....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 December 1917

SEg- " ' l ii Mi i i MyaBaBBTT.T-'ju '!igwBiFMaai grrw l-.n- -v;; msjiimmmmw'WWf IN A LONDON AIR RAID AT 4:30 A. M. I 4 I TKE ETEMNG MISSOUBIAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1917. (By George T. Bye.) Consider that the ever reliable Lon don policeman has pedaled up and down every street, Toad, lane, mall, place, terrace, square, circus, cres cent, gardens, avenue and corkscrew tray of this quaint, studious metrop olis of the world, blowing his bicycle thistle piercingly and stopping at important street crossings to bawl oat "Take cover-r-r-r!" But the Londoner is already under cover, being under his bed covers, his bedroom ceiling and a housetop. It's between 4 and 5 o'clock of a frosty December morning, clear, but as wet cold as if an icy rain were falling. The Londoner snuggles uneasily in bis comfortable bed. He knows he ought to get up and descend to the cellar. He knows it is wltheringly cold in the cellar. He knows that a German bomb tears off the upper floors of an ordinary building...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 27 December 1917

.... . ntygirh -, r lnlUdll'IfciillilitMlirflfflffli1 1" HllTf - ttyt ? "&$& ,'W&lPfyft& &&. -tei fjystjss?.-. ....A,.. , h, ycw IJ'M'vpTB "-TSMJW,-wr ipHCXTK "JJV'iJT!3"5'" V PsgeFoar THE -EYEXmG MISSOUMAIf, TgPBSPAY, DECEMBER 27, 1917. Yesterday's Late News Fighting on Italian Front Col del Rosso and Monte Val Bella, on the Aslago plateau, were recap tured by Italian forces In a counter attack Tuesday, but It was found Im possible to hold them, the war office announced today. An Austro-lfcrman attack was launched between Col del Rosso and the Frenzela Valley. The enemy, however, was not able to adrance be yond Sasso (close beside the Col del Rosso height). Roosevelt's Son Promoted. Among forty-seven officers of the expeditionary forces recommended for promotion by General Pershing In a list made public yesterday by the War Department Is Second Lieuten ant Archibald B. Roosevelt, son of Theodore Roosevelt, who is proposed for a captaincy of infantry. Besides...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 December 1917

is.'-if"""-Tq-TiEva jji"UJawpasvrf r?f 'TSf fr-A ' - , jswfe? $,, y r ;P" -"f'f-?5?!"1 -'T'wr? I - ' THE EVENING MISSOURIAN h . ",' TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY .EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1917. Br. NUMBER 88 WTSi'VtL i tmr ??TOjS'wlflHBBIRl ?!SHB?t?wHBKHswJ lis -. -,, v ,jp.. '- -r".- t iflMird ' (E ,r. SL mm urn i irut ri:, iiimiuL mu. nun I, HIS PEACE ANSWER Russian Peace or Not War Will Go On, Says Minis ter Pinchon. ; ONE ALLY FAILS US - The World Will Conquer Germany and Her Allies, He Declares. By Associated Press PARIS, Dec-28. France will not ac cept any peace terms based on condi tions existing before the war, de clared Foreign Minister Pinchon In an address today before the Chamber of Deputies, replying to the peace terms offered by the Central Powers to the Bolsheviki. The foreign minister said that Ger many waB trying to Involve France In the peace negotiations. He as serted that the war would go on whether or not the Russians accept a separate peace. Foreign Minist...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 December 1917

h A- , . ' '"' ";"'. i - V . t IT I. t. I! ft ry fi K I 'PagttTwo THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS) The AocIated Presi i exclusively en titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. rnbllsbed eyery evening; (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The Mluourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Ho. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: unsiness i c, --. Entered at the postofflce. Columbia. Mo., aAnl1.lllll mill as Cvw - City: Year, J375: 3 months, $1.00; month. 40 cents; copy, a " . .. ,k. Ily mall In Boone County: Tear, $3ij. months. 1.75; 3 months. 90 Ld'Vfj,. Outside of Boone County: Year, J4-.0. SUOIlluS, - uivuiu, w """ .. .. a ...tlalno Tr nrsin tfl tire S Carpcnter'scheerer Co.. llfth Avenue iir. Chicago. JOBLESS '.V03TEN AFTER THE WAR "What readjustments will take care of the thousands of women who will be forced out of work 'b...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 December 1917

t&sjwf-imsa I W' fa THE EYENiyG'MISSOUBliK,1 FMbAYilEfcOBElt 2& KIT. -, - i - -,- i - M ' i - - -ry., ;,.. , ... .. - ., WHERE TO BUY YOUR THRIFT STAMPS The following merchants have arranged with .J. P. McBalne, county chairman, to have on-sale War Savings Certificates and thrift stamps: . - . J. E. Glllasple. Eighth and Broadway. Druggist The Irug Shop. 815 Broadway, .Druggist Lipscomb-Garth Shoe Company, Broadway; Shoes. " r" " P. A. Hennlnger, 813 Broadway, Jeweler." ' "" liili,- C. 0. Selders, 8-10 North Eighth street. D. F. Arnett, Broadway, Druggist t s I. C. Adams, 18 North Efghth street, Jeweler. ' ' ' L. E. Renie. 24 North Eighth street 'Hardware. ..'. ."' W. B. Nowell, Walnut street, Grocer. Boone County Lumber Company, 404 Broadway, Lumber. Robinson & Boswell, 1009-11 Broadway, Dry Goods. Payne-Roth Grocery Co., Fifth and Cherry, Wholesale Grocer. The Missouri Store, corner Ninth street and Conley avenue, Books. A. C; Estep, Moore's Switch, Grocer. ' ' J. F. C...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 28 December 1917

:"??dfe M i K tv: J- c aftp THE STEHDfg -JQSaOUMAKr fM AT DECEMBEB 88, 1817. VOH LUXBURG TAKEH III DRAMATIC WAY Former German Minister to Argentina Captured at Ranch House. HAD TWO REVOLVERS Advised Germany to Sink Argentine Vessels In terned at Martin Garcia. (Correiponaence ot tte.Atsodited Prtu) BUENOS AIRES. ARGENTINA, Nov. 20. Count Karl von Luxburg, the former German Minister to Ar gentina, who advised the German government to sink Argentine vessels without leaving a trace to tell of their fate, was armed with two revolvers and carried 300 cartridges when he was arrested by Argentine police be fore being interned in a detenUon camp for Germans on the Island of Martin Garcia. He had in his pos session 20,000 pesos. His flight from Buenos Aires to a ranch in the southern part of Buenos Aires province and, his arrest there urns nlmnst melodramatic. On the day Count Luxburg left the capital an order was sent to the police commis sioner of the district In which he had taken refuge ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1917

' "WMLy OnsLW U U L i J W WW iJU. . m " IPUi jii . rfw -aa....,., -7, r i f i "ry- 'iWWMfcZzT " TrBBll-1 i- fWf"' WWFWWWi!? fH'Pi m . , 2 -V" V i ;'J ':1 i A SUNDAY MORNIMG TENTH YEAR MrSSOURIAN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1917. BOONE IS OVER CROSS QUOTA BY 710 NUMBER 89 HARRY E. RASMUSSEN WEBS Sixth District Is Only Rural Division in State to Sur pass Estimate. 5,610 NEW MEMBERS 3,268 Columbians Join in Drive Hallsville Shows Up Well. Boone County. 6,710; quota, 6,000. Sixth District, 27,900; quota, 27,400. The sixth district, including Boone, Audrain, Callaway, Cole, Osage, Ma ries and Miller counties, was the only district In the state outside ot Kan sas City, St Joseph and St. Louis to obtain Its quota In the Red Cross membership campaign. The membership of 6,710 In Boone County Includes 1,100 old members, giving a total of 5,610 new ones. Some workers are still out and It is possible that the total number of new members will be brought up to 6,000 or 20 per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1917

mmmm .-;-!,' ; - ' " . - ! t m ; C w i It Page Tiro SUNDAY MORNING MISSOURIAN (MEUBEB OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) The Awotlated Press Is exclnslTelr en titled to the use for republication of mil news dltpatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news; published herein. rnblltbed Tery .renin (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday moraine by The MlMourlan Aiaadatloa, Incorporat ed, Colombia. Mo. Office: Tlnrtnla Building-. Downstair! Phones: Business SB; News, 274. Entered at the pottoffice, Columbia, Mo, as second-class mail. City: Tear, $3.73: 3 months, 11.00; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall in Boone County: Tear, JX25; 8 months, W.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Ontslde ot Boone County: Tear, StOO; 3 months, SL25; month, 45 cents. National Advertising- Benresenta tires: Purivnter-Scheerer Co.. Ulltn ATenue Building- New York; Peoples uas liuna- ug, Chicago. THE COST OF THE WAB The greatest war In human history bas entered well upon its fourth year. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1917

SfeSsgsS fi --- . --,', r - ,'"-- ","'T''" WFfT!pFf , - , ,j- HOW BRITISHSDIJDIERS GET THEIR DAILY MEAT ,. . s ? jfj.Taj,w?w' .ays, a (Correspondence of the Associated Press) BEHIND BRITISH LINES IN FRANCE, Nov. 1. The British amy ration scale allows one pound ot meat to each man daily in the trenches every day. and thnP.nn- j ters 01 a pounu to each man at home. TCf u iuruier requires eacn soldier at ft the rront to carry a pound of meat in his kit me measures oy which an army equal to one-fifth the male popula tion ot Great Britain before the war has been supplied with meat on this scale, amount to something like a revolution in the technique ot army supply. At the beginning ot the present war, it was decided to provide frozen meat for the army, and the boards ot trade at once entered into negotia tions with firms importing meat from the Argentine for a monthly supply of 15,000 tons. Later, a "meat com mittee" was set up, and intrusted with the work ot Importing meat not only for ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 30 December 1917

-, i&gq$&&l 533 r-Tpr!s jrs to ia cjcii MILLER'S SHOE STORE "HAPPY NEW YEAR!" jfiFf'ge Fee Sp 1 PENH'S PHARMACY OfOlfOI 55Ur mJm SCOTT'S BOOK SHOP 9V&&T War conditions and preparations for further activities in war relief work throughout the country do not keep us from remem berinthat this is the beginning of a new year, that there are old friends for years past, many of them on European battle fronts today, others here at home, but all of whom will be glad of a word of greeting from us. . Your neighbor meets you on the street and with his greet ing typifies the spirit of the season. As your Columbia neighbors as well as your tradesmen, we wish to extend to you the season's greetings and to thank you for your co-operation and friendship of the past. And to you and yours on New Year's Day, 1918, we extend a "HAPPY NEW YEAR!" HETZLER'S MARKET jjr Jr "jfr&rtft DANIEL BOONE TAVERN GEERYS JEWELRY STORE JV KOEPP.EN'8 ,- f If1"' " vV 'tkfitfs ROBERT ROGERS GROCERY W...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1917

zzmz 3S23S ift""Y- THE EVENING MISSOURIAN TENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1917. -a V NUMBER'90ti FRENCH LAND BLOW ON ITALIAN FRONT British Stop German At tacks launched in the Cambrai Region. AN ASSAULT FAILS After Penetrating First Line Trench in West They Are Ejected. By Associated Press The Austro-German lines on the Italian mountain front have felt the shock of a French Infantry iblow and the enemy lines ere severely shaken. If not broken. The French dellverd the blow on the east end of the line. That the attacking columns broke through the defenses of the enemy and made good their advance is shown by the admissions of the German state ment. The Germans admit a partial penetration of the Austro-German lines. The British and French forces have been aiding the Italians for some time but up to this time the troops have been on the defensive, according to the official statements Issued from the Italian theater. Yesterday for the first time these troops as...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1917

.THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, MONDAY. DECEMBER 81, 1917. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN (MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PBESS) The Associated Press Is exrinslrelr en titled to the use for republication of all win dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la this papA and also vie local oews puDiisnea neiein. Fnbllshed rery trenlag (excf(t Saturday and Sunday) and Bandar xoomlnr by The Hlssonrian Association. Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho. Office: Virginia Building;, Downstairs Phones: Business C5; Newj, 274. Entered at the pottofflce, Colombia, Mo. as second-class nwl. City: Year, $3.75: 3 months, $1.00; month. 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone Conntjf: TTesr, SX25; 6 months, $1.73; 3 months,. 90 rents. Outside of Boone CountR: Sear, S150; 3 months, JL23; month, 41 cents. National Advertising Representatives : irpenter-Scheerer CA, Fifth Avenue ulldlns New York; Peoples Gas Balld- Ca Uulldlne ng, Chicago. u I V- MESOPOTAJDA "It Is no exaggeration to say that the wholo world's peace, its pr...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1917

saw f" if .' fe4- " I,." K JHE ZYgXiycr JIISSODItUy, 3I0XDAY, DECEMBER. 31..1917.. tells nssnmrs PART IN THE WAR Governor Gardner Avers State Is Prepared With Men, Food, Money. BIG CROP INCREASE Farm Products Amount to Over Billion Dollars More Next Year. Bj Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Dec. 31. The war will be won because the people of America are in full sym pathy with it and are prepared to furnish food and money to carry it on, says Governor Frederick D.Card ner in a New Year's statement Issued today. "The people of Missouri, regardless of political affiliations, feel no doubt of the outcome," he says. "It is but natural that there should bo some mistakes made by the Government dui me rresment must not be handi capped by fault finding and criticism, which is not constructive, all of which gives comfort to the enemy." By Associated Press Governor Frederick D. Gardner of Missouri has eivpn (hn Assnclnfml Press the following statement of Missouri s part In the war: "In my ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 31 December 1917

1" -v VT ? Ik Mr ?' i I l i if V if t Sv ) ggg g V. - JEWISH BATTAUOH 1 ifflj ACTION Early in 1918 New Forces Will Start for the Pales tine Front. HAS IRISH LEADER About SO Per Cent Are British Born or Natural ized Subjects. (Correspondence of the Associated Press) LONDON, Dec. 9. The new Jewish Battalion of the British army Is now encamped for Its final training period on a hillside In the West of England. Early In the New Year It will leave for the Palestine front The battalion Is under the command of Colonel J. H. Patterson, an Irish man and a great Hon hunter In East Africa in the days before the war. His experience In command of Jewish troops dates back to the QalHpoli campaign, where he was in charge of the famous Zlon Mule Corps, formed In Egypt of Jewish refugees from Palestine. After the close of the Dardanelles campaign, the Zlon corps was disbanded, but some of its mem bers managed to make their way to England and form the nucleus of the new Jewish battalion. As at presen...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1918

ii m ilium - - - f m f LTr T rr ajtm V THE EVENING I TENTH YEAR PIS CARBOLIC ACID IN 4 JARS OF FROIT Mrs W E Boswell Makes 0 Discovery After Disap pearance of Roomer HE LEFT A NOTE Gold Watch and Other Arti cles Missing From Broad way Home A roomer disappeared from the home of W E Boswell HOG East Broadway Sunday night while Mr and Mrs Boswell were at church Yesterday noon the police say car bolic acid was discovered in four jara of fruit and jelly and another glass of Jelly was found to have been dis turbed Previously a gold watch two suits of clothes two shirts at least five collars two neckties a number of handkerchiefs socks- books chamois skin powder rags and a pearl handled nail file had been found to be missing A man who gave the name of Lee Graves of medium height well set up with dark wavy hair and dark eyes and wearing a mixed gray and red overcoat with a hat almost to match came to the home of Mr Bos well on Friday December 21 usked to engage a room Paid Weeks Kent He was...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1918

Office Virginia Building Downstairs Phones Business M Kewa 271 entered at the postofflce Columbia Mo aa second class mail City Year J3T5 3 months 1X month 4U cents cupj By mall in Boone County Xear 123 8 V wnnntha f1 nt1l Outside of Boone County lear fJ 50 3 monus jij wuuiu -a vinni AdvrtUfni ReDresentatlves rarru nterScheerer Co fifth Avenue Building New Jfork Teoples Uas Build jig Chicago TURCOT It Is largely from the men of yes terday that we of today receive our Inspiration for accomplishment To day we are in war and we should look back over the pages of history to study the lives of men who have done things either in war or through the Influence of war Anne Robert Jacques Turgot statesman and philosopher of the eighteenth century is one of those men whose lives have been sources of inspiration to their countrymen In war and in peace Turgot was a fighting Frenchman though most of his deeds were of peaceful nature He despised the pacifist type of man He foresaw the French Revolut...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 2 January 1918

GUM SALESMAN LEARNS U S HAS ARMY IN FRANCE By George T Bye Of the Reciprocal News Service VUUOVDOX Dec 1 Expecting to Ley an army of tents extending to borlions and to hear and feel In n je air the thumping and ta rumplng drums an American of countless t mm salesman fresh from hhoae arrived near headquarters yes- Vrrday a 1 wulC3u n he was somewhat anxious about Americas participation In the war it all mean he Friffhats thrusting his face close to F 2ne the Brooklyn way of gating earnesuy iui a ui I thought we had some kind of an nvpr here he went on with a veins swelling In his forehead Ive seen looks like a small fcwn recruiting station Good night ffctsthe answer wny ai me very kMt I thought Id see a few thou- a of nnr hot footers going up and hf down the road drilling their heads oJ with Pershing on me siueiiues mnlr dm they look like a lot of tramps and if they dont get a little more zip into em they cant have no ole for supper I kind of hoped to fc 1 11 tn nrAw tln ji ee tne wn...

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