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for good like God. After a perusal
of history it seems that the "church
of Rome" is the only authorized
teacher of His plan and the one to
keep and propagate His dream.
Like Him, it is often misunder
stood. But it must have the divine
spark or I am sure it would have
perished long ago, for it has suffered
and been persecuted more than any
In the time to come the grafters
and bums will be grafted out of all
lines and. their prejudicewill disap
pear. On the level, boys, I believe we
ought to practice some of the things
the Good Master told us and not
waste time arguing about creeds and
I am just an ordinary workingman
and feel better since I have gotten
this out of my system. Work and
grow is my motto. Wm. P. Enz
weiler, 2663 Orchard St
T lords, we will have a lost country, an
other picture of Europe In America.
You also rave about the 8-hour day'
the railroad men get through Wilson
action. I suppose yqu would have
done, what Cleveland did in 1894 and
caused another Haymarket riot.
If anybody is thinking about vot
ing for Hughes, please look up his
record as U. S. judge- and governor of
New York, and if then you do not
think he is a Wall street candidate,
vote for him. Albert F. Gray.
PEACE OR WAR. I see that T. R.
calls Wilson e coward and says the
people should oust him and save the
country. Teddy Roosevelt should
not call Wilson rule cowardly. How
about your cowardly act, Teddy, in
selling out the Progressive party to
Wall street, into the hands of the war
party or the Republican party? I
always said you were fellow and I
was one of the few that did not fall
for your bunk. You certainly showed
your yellow streak when you sold
out the party that you founded. I
mean the Progressive party. Now
you come along with some more of
your yellow bunk, attacking the best
president the U. S. ever had.
Pres. Wilson has kept us out of
European war and has refused to get
us into war with Mexico for the sake
of certain interests that want Mex
ico for their own interest and not
for the people's interest
If you, T. R., and your gang get
control of the U. S. through Hughes
and the Republican party, which is
backed- by Wall street and the war
T. R. SURRENDERED. I was
amused at Col. Roosevelt's charge
that "Pres. Wilson, surrendered to la
bor." I wonder to whom Pres.
Roosevelt surrendered in the matter
of the Tennessee Coal & Iron Co.?
That can be found out from Mr.
Roosevelt's own" statement. He sur
rendered to the trust. It is to laugh.
Wake up, fellow workers! W., F. C.
MY ONE BEST REASON FOR
VOTING FOR WILSON
By Isidor Jacobs
(Pres. of California Canneries Co.)
I am going to vote for Pres. Wil
son because' I believe he is entitled to
re-election, owing to the fact that
through his determination and his
working from the standpoint of prin
ciple he has enacted more construc
tive legislation than any a'dministra
tion in the history of this country
from all standpoints,
As a business man I believe the
national bank reserve act, the rural
credits act, the federal trade com'n
bill, the nonpartisan tariff com'n bill
'and the American merchant marine
bill all mean a new era of prosperity
and confidence for the business men,
manufacturers and producers of this
country, and I cannot understand the
mentality of any set of business men
who do not recognize the great good
that has Heen brought about through
the efforts of Pres. Wilson, He is en
titled to rerelection and I propose to
1 do everything I can toward that end.