Something for the Boys

Philadelphia's Evening ("Almost Everybody Reads the") Bulletin last week hoisted a new kind of service flag. The flag was official, having received the approval of Major General James A. Ulio, Adjutant General. At the top it carried a gold star with the number 6 (for war dead); below it a blue star with the number 396 (for employes in service); at the bottom the eagle emblem of the honorably discharged, with the number 28 (for veterans who have been employed or re-employed by the Bulletin).


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