ARMY & NAVY: Poor Eggs, No Milk

Ill-cooked eggs, cold toast, no drinking water, no milk, no soup, no jam, no jelly— upon such things and conditions did the Secretary of War have to spend attention last week. Such things and conditions had been found to exist at Walter Reed General Hospital, the Army's largest medical establishment.

Walter Reed Hospital occupies a large scrubbily-wooded tract at the far end of 16th Street, Washington, near the District of Columbia-Maryland line. It is composed of central stone buildings surrounded by numerous one-story frame houses. Commanding is Brig.-General James Madison Kennedy, U....

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