National Affairs: Dry Guides

At the Hotel Pennsylvania in Manhattan last week assembled 50 alert Army officers. From the whole service they had been selected for their tact, good morals and efficiency to guide the 4,000 Gold Star mothers and War widows the U. S. this summer is sending abroad to the graves of their sons, their husbands. Before these men at the hotel stood Major General John Lesesne De Witt, Quarter-master-General of the Army, spruce, military, full of last-minute advice. Gravely he informed them:

"You must remember that you have been chosen because of certain qualifications....

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