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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. lfog.
."'," .. .. '- i , i -i3BC3l ' i, .', .. "'!. '.." '.. r-. . ..... qS El Must We Call on the Boys in the Trenches to Make Up Washington's Quota in the Fourth Liberty Loan ? w . v t -I T . 'If '1 i ' c I ' - ' J ' ' ' . . .- - :'.'. ' tv . . ' i" f7 50U - : bev m. " y,Av w m --.,---. -9 . . , -SW mV 4nf r. sk -j v"jr d-'? ; . SSL KT? .s-:. A.BB3lvattcKby- .i iL.tw?v 6Jr.iJu out jKHf-ifat ty>i $ Zfetas f&i Sstc7etA, bfi!flt Citizens of Washington: We have not reached the proper appreciation of the situation, , and we are not meeting the call of the President and the1 Secretary of the Treasury with a realization of the perils of the hour. There is serious danger; Washington is behind in her quota. This fact x .. will place our city the Capital of this Great Nation in a very -difficult position before the eyes of the world. Start the Drive Anew and Give It a New Send-off! Make the Boys of Washington Who Are Fighting in the A. E. F. Feel Proud of Their Home City TOloobwarb & Xotbrop N.w York WASHINGTON Puu.