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throat was Ambassador Jueaermad,
of Franco, who gazed now and thee
at the oil painting of LaFhyaUe, hang
Just above the desk of the speaker at
the boose. In front of them ant the
members of the President** cabinet,
with all present excepting the secre
tary of labor.
Adding a tench of the military to
this civil assemblage, was Payton C.
March, chief of staff, brought bade
front France several months age to
administer the mffltary affairs of tha
war department, nod whose Journey
nows that Malm tod fallen la faLttW
Thna, if oaa will imagine tha cheers,
the Americana rising ap and than sit
an armistice was signed and hostili
ties ceaaod. Tba call ta prayer wee
followed by screeches of victory. The
noise continued; a lumber yard whis
tle joined la; bells were tolled; tha
shouts sf newsboys crying extras add
ad to tha din.
Out of tha treasury building there
came a girt She had a brother in
France Behind her, with (lower
steps, earns wooderingty ea old sram
m. She had a sen “over there.” And
behind her theca emerged another war
worker—a temporary dark, As is
listed—who Is earning a livelihood
while e husband fights S,000 alias
They then began ta ge out by dee.
aka and statue and kaodrada, thebe
clerks in the government departments.
Wesson moot of them wars; woman
with all of the amoHimalUm sad tha
sentiment sf the sax end with all the
At sense sf the department doom
watchmen attempted to stop the out
pouring at excited gtrta. They hrnbh
dd tha watchman aside end Ignored
the demand that they show (heir poss
dneed a groat Anserteaa lag. Am
O'er the land of the free
And the heme of the brave.
to <Nk wild paradise dm pomp
to mechanical things to create the dfc*
<>f unprecedented celebration. This
continued far into the night, and the
peace hungry crowds continued to
cheer the most inspiring rvrwi ever
pot iu type for reading by n war
Above the marching crowds mere
then e half doeen airplanes soared
in battle formation. The more daring
aviators swapt low over the streets
of the capital end did the taii-epin
aad loop-the-loop just above the aky
•crapert. The whirl of the motors
***** a modern raaUam to a scene which
■avored both of war and pease.
***** •# newepapeza were
caat down from these airplanes, and
flattered to the earth like peace mea
f*» the^fceaeana. Never ho
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