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The Map a the Limit"
Every Citizen of the U. S. A. . Called .Jpon to JOIN
The South Must do its Part. That Means - OU! sad Your Fmiy'
No seetioill lines- MIghty 4W
people in tl-.e g.inii gz.i,p qL (leatitallon, hameiw &W r~a
No vague nor misty'horizons-but instead, the clear cut boundaries of Do not imagine th- be eatabliahment 4f ?acu,
the U. S. A. are the only limitations of the RED CROSS CHRISTMAS rors of war. In 4', w-!... .. . . ie t o
ROLL CAI. "UNIVERSAL MEMBERSHIP" is the clairon call that and suffern% .O' HEL7 Rj.V T
echoes its plea, for Christian aid to humanity. DOLLAT iz- i71-- ed. Through the aseney o
The American Red Cross has launched its most stupendous effort. it is s
to be the sapreme test for American loyalty to humanitarianism. It is not Let "UNIVERSAL YF 11 in t .: T
going forth to ask for "subscriptions"-with the query-"how MUCH will CSOLL CAY
you give"-for all that you can be asked to give is $1.00, plus your heart in challeng to +he world, that Amcr*-a can U, recXonwd
the giving. The Red Cross not only wants "UNIVERSAL MEMBERSHIP" for unity of purpose, loyalty of spirit, suppoit o,. U
but UNIVERSAL SYMPATHY. Allegiance to a glorified cause. The uni- manitarian ideals, and Christian recognition h-r
fication of America's manhood and womanhood, girlhood and boyhood. into di nt i to mankind.
Do nt iagin th.t he etabishmnt f Psee,haseCacd A na
rorsof ar. n te wke o Mas, ies he ictms o & orritv,brdlea
and urTring YO MUT HEP RIJEV THM. our ED M;/
DOLRiAh ei se.Truhteaec fteRdCs a