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he Best Investment You Will Ever Make IS THIS! ■o»: 'Cjß* MILLIONS OF JEWS-men, women and children— are dying of|starvation!and isease in war-stricken Poland, Lithuania, Galicia and Palestine. • * , , ■ : 5 ' Mothers wander crazed, emaciated, homeless, with starving babes piteously beseeching at, their barren breasts; children, weak and skeleton-like, lie famished, dying and dead; thousands upon thousands of them, in those afflicted lands beyond the seas. Rich and poor haunt the bread lines. Their suffering is worse than death—it is the lingering torture of starvation, the piteous tragedy of emacia tion, the horrible waiting, in agony of hunger, for the grim reaper to end their misery. THEY MUST BE SAVED! To you men and women who read this appeal if you are capable of pity and human charity, to you with hearts and consciences, without regard to creed or sect, they appeal for help in this their darkest hour of distress. They look to you, who have so constantly and generously shown your capacity of human sym pathy with the suffering, to save them. You CAN save them. You WILL save them ! Grim death and starvation are fast in their work. Death brooks no 4elay. Death knows no pity. Help for the stricken must come at once. You will not— you cannot—turn a deaf ear to their heartrending plea. Give all you can. Your money will save precious lives. In everlasting gratitude, these unfortunate, afflicted, starving millions will receive your help and will bestow all they have to^give in return—their blessing! JEWISH RELIEF "Life for Those in the Shadow of Death 99 * # SEND YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO M. MARX, TREASURER, TODAY!