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s cie ed as n ere i e s \ s e m a c % of \ -r i n t h i s n e - a l s t a f f and r s h e G e T r t n v a n n v m j of 19 4 i n t y w i ' h ^ v l i i c h m o b i l i z e d a ) w a \ s in r e a d t s t r e n g t h r « I ^ t o u the i m a n a r m \ o r t h e z a t i o n s as a t j s o r r n a l l o » 110 e t e un u n pr mar es h e r e t o n i g h t n ga\ e \ t t o m e v Sta e Hoke i m a r eb, it was ting vote It u r n A r e t u r n s as o' couotlt-s *e e 356 v o t e s CARTOONIST BAIRNSFATHER in THE SUNDAY POST Capt. Bruce Bairnsfnther, the world-reiiownet cartoon r ist, humorist and writer, well known as the author of that brilliant comedy, "The Better 'Ole," has been engaged to draw a series of cartoons for the readers of The Sunday Post. His work in Washington will appear exclusively in (his newspaper. As a soldier in France Cartoonist Bairnsfather made the allied armies laugh with sketches on army life. He put them on rocks, fences, shattered walls -- anywhere, in fact, that he could find a place. \t the present tune Bairns- father is dealing with the humorous side of life. Be sore to s«e his first big laugh IN NEXT SUNDAY'S WASHINGTON POST

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 22 Apr 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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