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Old Gloy s now
on the seven Seas
Ship and Sail under the Stars
and Stripes to all parts
of the world
y OU can now travel, or ship your goods, to
any part of the world on American owned
and American operated ships, flying the
American Flag. American ships are modern,
scientifically designed and constructed, new
ships built for satisfactory service.
American ships will carry you in comfort to
South America, England, Europe, the Mediter
ranean and the Far East. And the further from
home you go, the more of a thrill you'll have to
see the Stars and Stripes floating above your
President Harding says:
"We know full well we cannot sell where we
do not buy and we cannot sell successfully
where we do not carry."
Operators of Passenger Services
Admiral line Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
17 State St., New York. N. Y. 46 Broadway New York. N. Y.
Seattle t. Yokohama. Kobe, Seattle to Yokohama b,
Hongkong, Shanghai. Singa- Honorcong. Shanghai, Singa
or. ,,and occasionally to pore. Tientsin. and occasion
ana and Hawaii. ally to Manila and Hawtio.
Matson Navigation Co. U. S. Mail S. S. Co.
26 So. Gay St., Baltimore, Md.
Baltimore to Havana, Pan. 46 Broadway. New York, N. T.
ama Canal, Los Angeles, San New York to Boulogne and
Francisco, and Hawaii. London. New York to Dup.
men and Danzig. Emigsrst
Munson Steam Ship Line Service to Genoa and Naplea.
82 Beaver St.. New York Ward Line
New York to Rio de Janerlo,
Montivideo, and Buenos (New York and Cuba Mail S. S.
Aires. Co.) Foot of Wail St.. New
York. N. Y.
New York and Porto Rico S. S. New York to Havana and
Co. Spnnish ports- Vigfo. La
11 Broadway. New York, N. Y. Coruna. Santander. Gijon.
New York to Port4 Rico. 8ilbao.
Free Use of For Sale
Shipping Board Steel and Wood Ships
Films and Wood Hulls and
Use of Shipping Board motion
picture films of four reels free Ocean - Going Tugs
on roquest of any mayor (To American citizens On.y)
postmaster, petrr or organiG
xation. An interesting edu- Steel steamers are both oil
cational picture of shmip( and and coal burners.
the sea. Write for informs- Further Information may be
tCon to H. aue, Director obtained by request sent to
Information Bu3reaun Room the Ship Sales Division. 1319
911. 1819 '" Street, N. W., -F"* Street, N. W., Washing.
Washington, D. C. tRon 1). C.
For sailings of freight ships to all parts of the
world, write Division of Operations, Traffic
Department, U.S. Sipping Board, Emergency
Fleet Corp., Washington, D. C.
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LEGION NEWS LETER
It would be diffieult to create an
atmosphere more favorable to the
American Legion than that which at
tended the birth of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Loomis, of Nashua, N. H.
His father served in the Medical
Corps during the World War; his mo
ther was a yeoman; the attending
physician was a Medical Corps cal -
tain and the nurse was an army nurse.
All four adults are members of James
E. Coffey post of the Legion.
When Rene Viviani returned to
France he brought to the French peo
ple a lively appreciation of the work
of the American Legion, as attested
by a wireless message to the ex-ser
vice men's organization. The mes
sage, in part, read:
"Before returning to France, I can
not refrain from expressing my af
fectionate greetings to the American
Legion, to its National Commander,
Colonel P. W. Galbraith, Jr., and to
the Commander-in-Chief of the Ameri
can Expeditionary Forces, my beloved
and valiant friend General John J.
Fifty-eight charters were granted
to units of the Women's Auxiliary of
the American I4egion during the week
ending April 23, Legion national head
.quarters reports. Pennsylvania led
with eight units organized; Iowa and
Kansas tied with six units each and
New York was third with five units.
There are now 2,671 units of the Aux
iliary in the United States and ter
One of North Dakota's highest
ranking buck privates has joined the
staff of field representatives of na
tional headquarters of the American
Legion. He is C. L. Dawson, Beach,
N. D., chief clerk of the North Dako
ta legislature during its last session
and state commander f the Legior .
Although past middle age, Mr. DaA
son enlisted as a private in the Bal
loon Corps, served fifteen months at
Fort Omaha and wias discharged as a
private first class.
I. W. W.'s may be excluded from
Kansas through an interpretation of
the anti-syndicalist law fathered by
the American Legion and passed by
the Kansas legislature in 1919. The
decision will be made in the hearing
of an injunction suit against mem
bers and organizers of the I. W. W.
before a district court in Eldorado.
Stars of motion pictures were guests
and performers for Los Angeles, Cal.,
Post No. 8 of the American Legion at
an entertainment and smoker. The
mayor of the city made an address.
Among the screen favorites who fra
ternized with the veterans were
Harold Lloyd, Carter De Haven,
Jackie Coogan, juvenile lead with
Charlie Chaplin, and Jack Coogan,
father of the young movie star.
Praise of the ideals and purposes of
the American Legion was voiced by
Chin Yun-peng, premier of China, a
speaker at a dinner given by the
Legion post in Peking. Other guests
of the foreign post were Admiral
Sah Chen-ping, Chinese Minister of
the Navy; Charles B. Crane, Ameri
can Minister to China; and Major
General Crozier, retired head of the
Ordinance Department, United States
"My name is Smith and my buddy's
name is Brown. I've bet him a trip
to the next American Legion conven
tion at Kansas City that there were
more Smiths than Browns in the
Army during the World War. Who
This query was received by the
'Washington bureau of the A merican
Legion News Service from a member
of an Oklahoma post. The answver
'"You winl, bud~dy. Smjth, by 3,900
majority. 'Pher~e we(re 51,900 Smiths
in the Army and only 48,000 Browns.
It's a goodl thing though that you
didn't get into a bet wvith one of the
JIohns~toni tribe, who numbered 58,200
in Uncle Sam's Armny.'
"May God bless and reward the
American Legion and give it strength
to continue its good work" is the senti
me'nt expressed by Mr. and Mrs.
Walter S. Hawkins, of West Philadel
phia, Penn., in a letter to Miss Ray
Sawyer, e'xecut ive secretary1 of the
Legion's Wonmen's Auxiliary mn New
York, thanking the .Legion for its aid
in bringing thle body oif .James A. K.
Iiawk ins, a son, from El P'aso, Te x.,
to A rlinigton Cenietery in Washing
ton, 1). C. When the body arrived in
Newv York C'it y. it was met by a de(le-.
gationi from Marine Post of the
The next time
you buy calomet
The purified and refined
calonmel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain..
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages,
Feeling "at H;
One of our ambitions is to have folks
feel at home in this bank; to cultivate
geniality and good will; to promote that
feeling that the Home Bank and Trust
Co. is a HOME institution, ready to
serve our home people at all times.
You will always find a welcome here;
you are entitled to our time and atten
tion, whether you bank here or else
Home Bank and Trust Co',
CHARLTON DuRA NT, President
T. M. WELLS, Cashier
Legion, who brought floral offerings insect has nurcmous names, a new but the results may or may not be
and made arrangements for shipping name being given for almost each entirely effective.
the remains to Washington, where the food plant it attacks, and among 1 Thoroughly dust the plant
Marines heldl a military funcral. Mr.
Hawkins, a former member of Alr these names are, cotton boll worm, with calcium arsenate, taking care
H arines, di form tnbrco ts corn car worm, tomato fruit worm, to see that the wvhole p)laflt X. is
gth. Marines, died from tuberculosis tobacco bud worm, a1d corn shatter covered including the throat 4bud)
brought yrvice. 0r iddle worm. The least damage of the plant.
inoccurs on such fars where rotation 2 It has been reported tservice
The complete fire department of s systeiatically practical including slaked lime or fine dry sand or dry
Crystal SprIgs, Miss., has been turn-When winter ashes ill hel to control ti
Crtl] v rins os. tho aost ofe then app~roaches the wormi burrows into applied in the sinme wvay as scilJrn;
ed over to the local post of the tesi oi e~ho bu w n reae
American Legion by the city's board th itch ofereot mand its
of aldermen. The commander of the oel inche wiher i maed its
post formed a fire fighting unit from cin u Sit wv inter s lUassSd
his membership and the Legionnaires - a - . So it _..!1 ps t I
are holing regular drills and exer- sapp.Sitvilasth vtc
c'ises to become proficient in handling uesulyocotnanadcrn obeA.,My1--Oi
fires,.avs iei h alutlpn.lretlme el owuld.1
th-osi otennwptte ing ie tefloig~it.teE .FynEpuLcipp
pracTSc of( allowing th oaosTheeoeltoallwnwne
remain, exposed tet toeCuban ifter
digngOaef TgATin will P ER dik gadery prn plwn ar est. Te lme wllh ip d
crae-h-roe' thprofitstve masre fandi fo Mble S.willsbaS k
mae losi suheran moe potant
mransit for his pteroduts suest thefhevn ursmyb ttd
byafieldtsing uie a nensobth Ete trieduighesrn aderlo
Srvcice. otfi imporangt otoep toe mrwhnte~or tak
remin oftexpoeato thet sun handel-yugpat a h noilgit, Sbciet h i
ding.ew reouitgradingslrequir n- great
(as thodbe poftd andording
mak a uefiit pan moaer cosould
macrethe aents ot ofxen
sinatof throghtou itct ad hand
aid ne othoeisa ral irsow c s it
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totadntoea. Toheads shouldcr
itiono theoU.htou thendad barel. 0UR 0RS
arrls metodd thatn aow shiting
tan broeakaaed n tersit. s
the hagdoublee brelas. te Dvd h ubr fdy osti
ost aisfaoryo sufacaet forotewt
npotatoes frome e(utkshoi and br(uisin. wr ihcmotadwtotlsn
If useduthose hoin t 9e tcfia 12o0otinb h
tonds are the U.S.stadasrd arl, forrofdlas o i o t
iceflohandlin end veiayonttf
thai totentas. o hi sds oumyby vr
Clota-pe shrrlskd not sed-I
tctateiotns areuehysho ebel so
raeks do protc tohientatye proetmo Lcn
Packgedthse holdin be0marked0wit
ohigh ore the msesrae oer
crato as are teused be isoavs
alea to protect the oate fo thee II nqil evce tl
sunandge weahoul b marked certhinevc ta egianc ilb
of the open parts with strong build
Cleimsomi College, May 16i.---YounigD.H R HM N 4
coin plants six inches to two feet
high aie sometimes attacked by'Mnig .C
wVorms wvhich riddle the leaves and
buds. The worm principally respon
sible for this, injury is the corn ear