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WHO WANTS WILSON?
Because Wilson has understood
and sympathized with the ideals of
labor. This sympathy and under
standing has been concretely ex
pressed in: 1
The eight-hour law.
The child labor law.
The Clayton act "lahpr's Magna
The seaman's act..
THE BUSINESS MAN
Because Wilson has not specious
ly persecuted business for political
purposes, while secretly shaping gov
ernmental policies and administra
tive activities to accord with Wall
street's wishes. .
Wilson has denounced the abuses
of business' and commerce only to re
move them and give honest business
a free field in which to operate. With
the exception of the interstate com
merce act, every important piece of
constructive American business leg
islation in recent years was passed by
the Wilson administration, including:
The federal reserve act
The federal trade commission act.
The tariff commission act
The Clayton act.
Because Wilson has done more
than any other president to bring
permanent prosperity to the farmer.
Wilson's understandings of the farm
ers' needs has been written into the
nation's statutes in six great con
The farm loan act. '
The good roads act.
The agricultural extension act
The cotton futures act.
The grain standard act
The warehouse .act
Because Wilson as president has
put into practice those ideals for the
expression of which American wom
en demand the ballot:
Peace with honor, and
Humanity before dollars.
Beloit, Wis. Hancock field, Beloit
college athletic field, destroyed by in
Rome. Pope Benedict's appeal for
funds to relieve Poland has so far
New York. The Evening Post on
its editorial page last night declared
formally for Pres. Wilson's re-election
"for the good of the country."
Dublin. Richard Croker, former
boss of Tammany Hall, wants Pres.
Wilson re-elected because he kept
America at peace and is a big man
for a big job.
St. Louis. Wedding gifts valued
at more than $150,000 received by
Miss Clara Busch, daughter of Bud
weiser beer maker, and Percy James
Orthwein who will wed tonight
GAME OF TAG
NOW GERMANY'S "IT"