National Guard Must Bo Reorganized With Care DETAILS of the plans of the war department for reorganization of the National Cuard as approved by Secretary Baker disclose that the states may organize up to their full limit if they desire, but In so far as federal aid Is concerned they may only recruit: at present up to 200 men for pu "?ua-tor "?ua-tor and representative. In emergency the maximum organization could be increased to 800 men for each senator and repr'seutative. In a circular let-er let-er Secrdary Baker says: "It is the desire of the war department de-partment to re-establish the National I Guard on a linn and elllcient basis and to obtain in the commissioned anil enlisted en-listed grades a maximum of men with service in the United States army during the great war. To achieve that end it will he necessary that the regu- lations be fully complied with, and the requirements for admission in the National Guard both for officers and enlisted men fully observed. "The appointment of ollieers and enlistment: of men who are not suitable for active lield service, cither for professional or personal reasohs, or who would not be able to participate completely and fully In a federal call, will serve only to lower the military elliciency of the National Guard as a whole. The war department requests the earnest co-operation of the several state and territories in making the National Guard au effective force Juriug tha ueriod if its reorganization."