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BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WORK FOR
Two women noted for the,ir beauty,
who are campaigning for Wilson's
re-election. They are Mrs. Charles
Dana Gibson, above, wife of the fa
mous artist, sister of Mrs. Wm. Wal
dorf Astor,' and known before her
marriage as one of the Langhorne
beauties, and Miss Constance DrexeL
member of the famous Drexel family
of Philadelphia. Both, women will
tour the country and make speeches.,
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WHY I AW 'GOING TO VOTE FOR
PRESIDENT WILSON '
By Eugene Manlove Rhodes
(Author of "Good Men and True,"
"The.Desire of the Moth;" etc.)
FOR WILSON, BECAUSE
1. Peace, neutrality; Mr. Wilson
has held us to these single-handed,
unflinching. At no time has he set
his face to any other goal.
2. .With instructions from us to re
vise the tariff downward, he has giv
en us downward revision of the tariff.
3. Leadership and legislation on
income tax, child labor, banking and
currency, rural credits, vocational
training for our enlisted men, and
other measures (past and to come)
in line with these.
4. Because for sjich progressive
and constructive legislation he ob
tains support from the opposition
more notably than any other leader
-in our history. He is president of
the United States and not president
of a political party.
5. Because when Wilson stumbles
he stumbles forward; when he
breaks his harness he breaks a trace
and not the breeching.
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Drain and place over the fire with
one sliced carrot, one sliced onion,
two leeks, two stalks df celery, two
sliced potatoes, one-half pound of
salt park cut into inch cubes and
three quarts of water. Skim as soon
as It comes to a boil and season with
salt, pepper and one tablespoon of
butter. Simmer two hours. Remove
pork, press soup through a sieve, re
heat, serve with croutons.
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average man what church he at
tends, provided there are cushions on