Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, May 01, 1919, Page 11, Image 11

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    THURSDAY EVENING, • harrisbitro Telegram MAY 1,1019.
o i S i h f lte 'A S^ C P tby achin f And they were sav ed, because, as
Sr d And e ii t Jie e hope escaping* W"i,d e sey sa ys: "Having held on solong,
I o 4., .1 t , we thought we had better go through
rive days of this! But not a daunted soul with it"
among the four hundred and seventy
Americans in the Lost Battalion. We, safe at home, have "held on," too-
Commanding the little group was Major vvith our support through Four Loans.
Charles W.Whittlesey. To the offer of Al *d we are "going through with it" —
safety if they surrendered, Whittlesey through with this Fifth call to duty—just
without a moment's hesitation: as those boys in the Argonne. Make
1 ell them to go to hell." good!
The war is won, but the bills must be paid. The success of the Victory Liberty Loan is'our job We are * :
only lending, not giving, our money and pur Government guarantees its return with interest. Buy today.
This Space Contributed in the Interest of the Fifth Liberty Loan by