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Loyal Legion Pledges
Efforts to Assist in War's Prosecution Commandery Luncheon Follows Exercises at Lincoln Memorial Descendants of Union Army offi cers who fought to preserve the Union, members of the District Commander}’, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, pledged their efforts to assist the present war's prosecution at a luncheon meeting yesterday at the Army and Navy Club. Col. C. L, Bouve, commander, announced the commandery had invested $1,000 in Defense bonds. The luncheon followed brief ex ercises at the Lincoln Memorial, which was attended by President Roosevelt in a wartime setting con trasting strangely from similar ob servances in peacetime. Only a handful of spectators was present. but the bayonets of Army Regulars forming a guard of honor for the President, and spread around all approaches to the memorial, pro vided evidence of the precautions taken to guard the Chief Executive. At the luncheon. Col. Bouve called attention to a resolution adopted by the Board of Officers, just preceding the outbreak of war, urging Con gress to prevent repetition of labor strikes in essential defense indus tries, as a measure of simple justice to soldiers and sailors serving their country at smaller pay, compared with defense Industry wages. Attending the luncheon were W. Elkins Reed, recorder ; Admiral A. L. Johnson. Col. J. P. Hains, Oen. W. M. Cruikshank. John Ball Osborne, Slocum Kingsbury, Lawrence V. Benet, Godwin Ordway, Sheridan Ferree, D. E. Fox. Van Ness Philip, Paul Drury, James True, W. W. Mathewson, J. A. Burkhart, O. A. C. Oehmler, J. W. Glennan, Leon Com merford, Col. W. J. L, Lyster, C. C. Clark, Duncan Clark and Capt. Chester Wells, U. S. N., retired. Gen. Cruikshank was named chairman of a nominating com mittee to recommend a slate of officers for the ensuing year, to be acted on at the next meeting at the call of the commander. L. Frank Co. 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