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Letters From Beatrice (To a Private in the Medical Department)

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You see, since Mr.
Hoover has been issuing his frightful bulletins, we have been cutting down on his food. As you know, he grew peevish and piqued about this, and then became wholly unmanageable. Mother and I, against our wishes, de- cided at last to get rid of him somehow. Last night I asked the poor suffering thing what he preferred to do.
He looked at me soulfully and I thought that I detected a patriotic gleam in his soft eyes.
This morning I hurried to a Naval Recruiting office with Ruggle
...s. They were all very nice to me, from the gentleman in charge, who, I suppose, was an Admiral, right down to the uniformed orderlies who carried out his commands. I suppose they were middies. Aren't most officers in the Navy either Admirals or middies?
Well, Charles, they enlisted him. They took him from me and said they would treat him with the usual tenderness of seamen and the tried hospitality of the Navy. And so, I left the dear, sweet creature who had been so good a companion to me. They didn't tell me exactly what rank they gave him.


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