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United States Veterans' Bureau leases, district and subdistrict offices--Continued.

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St. Louis, Mo., Chemical Building, Chemical

Building Co.
Chillicothe, Mo., post office building, Gov-

ernment owned.
Springfield, Mo., Landers Building, Landers

Investment Co.
Omaha, Netr., W. 0. W. building, Grand

Lodge of the W. 0. W.
Lincoln, Nebr., Federal building, Govern-

ment owned. Kearney, Nebr., Federal building, Govern

ment owned.

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District office:
Minneapolis, Minn., Keith Plaza Building,

Walter J. Keith.
Subdistrict offices:

Duluth, Minn., Manhattan Building, John

A. Stephenson & Co.
Minneapolis, Minn., Lincoln Bank Building,

Pence Holding Co.
St. Paul, Minn., Lowry Annex, Arcade In-

vestment Co.
St. Paul, Minn., Hamm Building, Hamm

Realty Co.
Fargo, N. Dak., Emerson Implement, Emer-

son-Branington Implement Co.
Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Security Building,

Western Surety Co.
Helena, Mont., Kohrs Block, Conrad Kohrs

Co.

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DISTRICT No. 11.

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June 30, 1922

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District Office:

Denver, Colo., United States National Bank,

Hitchings Van Schaack Co.
Subdistrict offices:

Colorado Springs, Colo., 117 East Pikes

Peak Avenue, International Realty Co.
Denver, Colo., First National Bank, Citizens

National Bank
Pueblo, Colo., Central Block, the T. & H.

Pueblo Building Co.
Albuquerque, N. Mex., Korber Buildmg,

Korber Realty Co.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Bostou Building, Hol-

laranJudge Trust Co.
Casper, Wyo., Oil Exchange, Oil Exchange

Building (Inc.).

District offices:

San Francisco, Calif., Flood Building, Flood

Realty Co.
San Francisco, Calif., Lincoln Realty Co.,

Hintz & Landt (inc.).
Subdistrict offices:

Phoenix, Ariz., 112 North Central Ave., the

('ommonwealth Investment ('o.
Tucson, Ariz., Red Cloude Lodge, Nealy A.

tennington.
Sacran.ento,

Calif., Merchants National
Bank.
Fresno, Calif., 632 Blackstone, D. Thomas.
Los Angeles, Calif., Facific Mutual, tacific

Mutual Life Ins. Co.
San Diego, Calif., Spreckles Building, J. D.

Spreckies.
Reno, Nev., 550 Sierra Avenue, Henry

Ritter.
Reno, Nev., Washoe County Building. R. G.

Withers.

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L'nited States Veterans' Bureau leases, district and subdistrict offices--Continued.

DISTRICT NO. 13.

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$16, 783.00

$3, 898. 58

District office:

Seattle, Wash., Arcade Building, Arcade

Realty Co.
Subdistrict offices:

Pocatello, Idaho, Kane Wooley Realty Co....
Portalnd, Oreg., Medical Building, F. 0.

Downing
Spokane, Wash., Fernwell, H. W. Hutton...
Tacoma, Wash., Rust Building, A. E. Graf-

ton & Co.

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District office:

Dallas, Tex., 1.303 Pacific Avenue.
Subdistrict offices:

Texarkana, Ark., Foreman Building,

Nannic E. Foreman.
Little Rock, Ark., A. 0. U. W., the Grand

Lodge A. 0. U. W.
Fort Sinith, Ark., First National Bank
Oklahoma City, Okla. Grain Exchange,

Grain Exchange Building Co.
Tulsa, Okla., First National Bank.
Dallas, Tex., 1400 Pacific Avenue, Thomas

Goggan & Bros.
Dallas, Tex., Praetorian Realty Co.,
El Paso, Tex., Mills Building, Horace B.

Stevens.
Fort Worth, Tex., F. and M.Bu.lding, Farm-

ers' Building and Mechanics' Corporation...
Houston, Tex., Bull Building, the National

Bank of Commerce.
San Antonio, Tex., Bedell, J. H. Savage,

agent. Waco, Tex., Amicable Lile.

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TRAINING CENTERS.

Note.—There are 195 training centers in all, including those operated in connection with hospitals, soldiers' homes, and Government owned properties.

Fifty-one are operated under leases, some of them having more than one lease, so that the number of leases is 60. These leases were usually made for the current fiscal year with a 30-day cancellation clause.

The following list shows the location of the training center, the term of the lease, the rent per annum, and the name of the lessor.

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James F. Brown, J. N. Carnes,

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Committee.
Citizens National Bank.
Associated Charities, by Ham-

ilton G. Boykin.
Red Circle Community Club.
C. R. Williams.

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864 Mecklenburg Realty Co.
600 B. F. Montague.
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27, 225 B. J. Sloan.

Parkersburg, W. Va...
Richmond, Va.

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Roa koke, Va.
District No. 5:

Atianta, Ga..
Charlotte, NC
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn.
Raleigh, N.C.

Do..
Waynesville, N. C.
District No. 6:

Birmingham, Ala.

Jackson, Miss..
Lafayette, La.

Mobile, Ala..
Meridian, Miss..
Montgomery, Ala.
New Orleans, La.

Pascagoula, Miss.
District No.8:

Aurora, M.
Danville, nu.
Grand Rapids, Mich..
Green Bay, Wis.
Joliet, m.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Nauvoo, III.

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Racine, Wis.
Saginaw, Mich.

Springfield, m.
District No. 9:

Mason City, Iowa. District No. 10:

Minneapolis, Minn.. District No. 11:

Alamosa, Colo...

Sept. 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922.
No time limit
July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922..
July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922.

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July 1, 1921, to Dec. 31, 1921,
July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922.
July 15, 1921, to June 30, 1922..
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July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922.

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July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922.

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July 1, 1921, to July 1, 1922.

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The CHAIRMAX. For communication, the expenditure for 1921 was $76,435.59, and you estimate for the same purpose $157,583.16. Is that for telegraphing ?

Col. FORBES. That is for all sorts of communication service, by telephone, telegraph, etc.

The CHAIRMAN. It seems outrageous. I suppose the Government maintains the Western Union and Postal Telegraph Cos., and if they did not have any business except that of the agencies of the Government they would still make big profits. I do not suppose anybody pays any attention to economy in the use of these communications, but use them indiscriminately. Will you furnish an intemization of that!

Col. FORBES. A large percentage of telegraphic expenses is due to communication to central office from the regional offices relative to the change in status of the trainees; for example, the report for the present month shows 17,000 men with training interrupted. Many of these cases will require hospitalization. When the trainee is unable to carry on as a trainee, it is necessary that he be removed from the pay roll of the Vocational Division and placed back on that of compensation. Compensation received by the trainee is rarely ever as much as that paid as allowance. Hence, in order that there be no delay in the change from one pay roll to another; it is necessary to wire the transfer, in order that the saving be made in difference in the amount of compensation and allowances, and also so that the individual will not suffer for want of funds while the transfer is being made. This increase can be charged to the increase

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