General Pershing has been giving some good advice to the Military Committee of Congress. However displeasing his opinions may be to the Baker March combination, he undoubtedly speaks the mind of the whole country when he declares against a regular army of a half-million men. Half that number, General Pershing thinks, would be sufficient for all probable needs if some scheme of general military training is devised. --Boston Herald.
Gen. Pershing on Our New Army.
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