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ship, not creed, that counts. I am lous arguments out of this campaign,
glad to think and 'know all Masons One red-blooded American Catholic
are not bigoted like you are. manly enough to sign his name.
Be a good citizen and keep relig- John T. Kelly, 844 Wolfram St -
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Little Ellen Anderson, a victim of
New York's infantile paralysis
scourge, Is shown here on crutches,
christening one of ne infantile pa
ralysis ambulances sent out by the
Militia of Mercy. The christening
ointment was milk. Mrs. John Hays
Hammond, president of the Militia
of Mercy, is shown at the left The
ambulances will be used to aid cure
of the disease in large cities.
-All hall the split ballot and long
may it wave o'er the land-of the free
and the straight ticket's grave!
Apparently the Germans class
each new enemy as "lif efB little Irritations."
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