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SJL ■' ■ . . i ■ ■ ....... * > f * The brand of Courage that America must have to bring a real victory springs not only from a patriotic heart, but also from a determined, open mind. lessons of this war are many, in that they come to one man in one form and in another form to the other fellow; but everybody must learn this lesson; and the name of the lesson, no matter in what form it comes, is DUTY. America's millions of trained workers, with their brains and their hands; the profes sions, the leaders of industry, the tillers of the soil, the pulpit and the press—all must clear their minds of self-interest* and face the situation , The employer who fails in his does ill, just as the man or woman who is un down on his or her job, at this critical time. ) COURAGE WILL WIN, American Courage, the kind that the Hun cannot understand. Courage to do the right thing by your fellow-worker—the kind of stuff that will face the situation at home in the same way that our boys are facing the enemy "over there"— with r| | i . **■. , ' \ In Industry—in War—America Has Never Been Beaten . *. ' , 4 This page is one of a series —be sore to read them all—"Win the War" Publicity Association of Central Pennsylvania Copyright, 1918. y " • s ..I*®=™========= THURSDAY EVENING, HARBISBURG telegraph AUGUST 1,1918. '