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BY THE YEAR $1.75

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THE BED OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS-By Curtis Guild, Jr.
A THOUGHT FOR 1920

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A FORGOTTEN NAVAL HERO-By James Philip MacCarthy
FOREIGN TRADE AND OUR MEXICAN POLICY

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Stockholders: Samuel M. Conant, Pawtucket, R. I.; Bertrand L. Chapman, New York City; James F.
Bacon, Boston

Mortgagee, John F. Tracey, Belmont

(Published in accordance with postal regulations)

Subscribed and sworn to before me, Chas. W. Gilmore, Notary Public, for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

My commission expires April, 1920.

Published monthly at $1.75 a year.

Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Boston, Massachu-
setts, Post Office

The Salvation Army Incorporated

Respectfully solicits contributions for its charitable and philanthropic work among the worthy poor. A capable, trustworthy and experienced agency whose workers know the awful need through years of personal contact with all forms of poverty. Maintaining departments for FREE EMPLOYMENT, FREE LEGAL AID AND DISTRIBUTING COAL, PROVISIONS, MEDICINE, CLOTHING. RENT AND ALL FORMS OF RELIEF. Every case known to us by personal and sympathetic investigation. Information cheerfully furnished and Annual Reports mailed on request. Contributions immediately acknowledged and conscientiously distributed. The need is great and YOUR ASSISTANCE URGENTLY SOLICITED. Make remittances payable to The Salvation Army and mail to Colonel A. Gifford, 8 East Brookline Street, Boston, Mass.

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