Official U.S. Bulletin Volume 97-196

Official U.S. Bulletin Volume 97-196

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...and " allies of enemies." (Clontlnued on page G.) The Treasury Department authorizes the following: Subscriptions to the second Liberty Loan Bond sale reported to 11 of the 12 Federal reserve banks of the country during the first half of the $5,000,000.000 drive closed October 13, totaled $399,654,900, or a shade under 8 per cent of the maximum figure desired by Secretary McAdoo for the campaign ending October 27. Beturns and Allotments. The latest ofliclal returns and the allotments made to each district by the Secretary at the outset of the sale follow: In other words, the latest oificial figures and most careful estimates of unreported sales make it ap ear that not more than 1-1 per cent of t 1e maximum quota has been subscribed. If it is to be attained, $358,000,000 worth of bonds must be sold every day between now and the close of the drive.. With the hardest kind of work the goal may be accomplished. Committees are determined. Many prospects are in sight. There is not a single spot in the country where it can be said positively that fallure is probable, despite file fact that many sections are far below their quotas. Designation by the President of Wednesday, October 24, as-Liberty Loan day will have a stimulating eflect on salw, different cities striving to hang up high marks for the day. In the South, where, next to Minneapolis, siow sales have caused the greatest concern, a splendid new spirit is showing. Reports from most of the country west of the Mississippi indicate great enthusi AMERICAN SHIP SUNK; ELEVEN MEN MISSING. The Navy Department is informed by the Department ot State that the Lewis I/ucl.-enbach, ofl the Luckenbach Steamship Co., or New York, has been torpedned and sunk. The ca tain and nine ol tho..".
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  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 494g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236931408
  • 9781236931405