ARMY & NAVY: Farewell!

Preparations have been made for radiocasting from the War Department at Washington, at 10:30 P. M. on Sept. 12, General Pershing's speech of farewell, marking the closing minutes of his service in the Army and the celebration of Defense Day. The number of possible hearers will greatly contrast with the handful of officers and men who heard Washington's farewell at Rocky Point, N. J., almost a century and a half ago.

General Pershing's rank and full pay will go from him. He now receives $13,500 in pay and $8,000 in allowances—$21,500 in all. After...

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