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j'Sr nnsw-w. L'3'W u "t v' VV ff( " k? , . ; I; K.W. These Men Know Real Fighting" When They See It 14 ' The Head of the Marines lUOUArrtwe u MAKiHt eoa, COMMANDANTS OmCI, IQr aear Vr. Parker: L Just a line of congratulation en th wonderful war paintings no running In the Ladle Boat' Journal. I think 3ehoonover'a conoeptlon of tht cap ture of caohlns guns In Belleau Wool by If. S. Marines Is remarkably olevar, and I hare hoard Marines who were In that fighting aay that the painting la so true to Ufa It night have oeeo painted on the epot during the aotlon. 81ncerely, Major Oanerai Comoandant, iW im ms ra? ' r- The General of The Fighting 27thyi ft Sh HsH Headquarters TWEKTY-OEVBHTU DjVISt'OJI Ukitbd States Axnr ,, DHL Soar Ur. So&oanorsri- I hare looked orer your picture. "anaahlng the Hlndenberg Liza" which Is to bo reproduced In Sie La.il 6i Hone Journal, and. I ca trash ploased that aoras of the) deeds of-tha 27th Division are to be thus dopioted. No are all so Interested and entaualaatlo about the plotores that wo are anxious to help la Tory ws? possible, because the enterprise) of She Curtis Publishing Company In presenting the deed -of oux doughboys Is this form oalces it possible for all to obtain and preterre an accurate and artlstlo record of achleveaent. film er ', ' If i- ? ? ff.l , r'.. & If there k no dealer la your town, tend ct $1.7$ (or a yearly cubecrlptloa to be ata with the June Number, mh April 26. 1919. Kay 2, 1919, WM : FTO'nn Major General "That's an Honest-to-God Battle Picture That Is" Said a doughboy who was in the Chateau-Thierry fighting, as he looked at one of TheT Ladies' Home Journal's great war paintings. "That's exactly where I stood." "Every Detail of Thai Picture Is Absolutely Correct" Said the Chief of Staff of the Fighting 27th Division, Colonel Olmsted, as he Iooked"at'THB Ladies' Home Journal's war painting of "The Smashing of the Hindenburg Line." "Here We Certainly Are, Kids, Exactly as it Happened" Said a marine, as Jhe looked at The Ladies Home Journal's wonderful Belleau" Wood painting. "Gee, see that spot? I was right there. That artist chap has certainly got usl" , . 4 "Here's Where I Stood When the Hun Got Me" Said a doughboy to his mother, as he put his linger on a spot in one of The Ladies' Home Jour. nal's battle pictures. "Really, you'd think that artist was there. He's got everything right" : 3. "You've Got Us to the Life," Said "The Lost Battalion" Private "That's the Argonne, all right," he said, as he looked at The Ladies' Home Journal's great "Lost Battalion" picture. "Say, you can almost hear Whittlesey telling the Hun to go to hell, can't you?" There are 4 great Souvenir pictures in each number the June Number has one war picture and three peace pictures. Set t&7 &M7i A 176-Page Magazine For 15 Cents TWO MILLION COPIES THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA roo dealer b"sotd eat," be vrtt! afr . ctpt your wber!pUon at 1.7I the year, to Utjla with tf June Number. M 'loj 1 w 1 vt.r . . "v-1 t CI t H- Kf;' 'v !