HEROES: At Meuse-Argonne

The U. S. has paid $14,000,000,000 in bonuses and pensions to soldiers who fought in the War and their surviving dependents—and the payments still go on. The U. S. has yet to be repaid over $12,000,000,000 in War loans—and the question of whether it ever will remains unsettled. But last week, 20 years after the U. S. entered the War, one phase of the 1917-19 epoch was definitely ended. The

President of France (at Montfaucon at 2 p. m.) and the President of the U. S. (from his yacht in the Potomac River...

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