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"Agreat. niet f~ mHerTY d"It"'H Iroug Ii1
lnl ocell of nIsipenkable p)[1ain1"
If You Were There Instead of Here
IF YOU SHOULD SEE A FRENCH CHILD--a tiny
girl---sitting by the roadside, sobbing quietly because she
is too weak from hunger to cry very loud, you would sell
your watch to buy her breakfast.
If you should hear somewhere in the restless wards
the low moan of an American soldier, you would gladly
sit by him all night, if that would save his life.
You are not there, but here, where these sights and
sounds are not brought home to you! But the Red Cross
is there---and you can make it your representative!
Over there the Prussians are crucifying the incarnate
Liberty of Man, and they are making the world black
for little children!
The money you give to the Red Cross now will give
you the right, when the Beast is beaten down, to think:
"There are happy children, clear eyed women, and strong
men alive today, because my money went across!"
WHAT ARE .YOU GOI G TO DO ABOUT IT?
Every Cent of Every Dollar Receiv for the Red Cross Wpr'Fund Goes for War Relief
The Ain criana I ' A Cross is Ihe largest nd It fe rand clothes entIire populations In
monst etihejent orgaiziation for the relief of ]f- tim f great enlamity.
1.ring that Ile Worldih s vr Iseeni.ti0" to help v0ur soIier boy in is
It is made Ip ailmflost tt irely of volu teer i hf er he lp
-(rkers, the highier executlives being wi iout t M
. , the i ienm n s e en,(,i ie affirs, wo With W il t thousands of workers, its tOrenIen
.re in t1 :lo t ii- ai (sri sous stores an( sinooti running t'ransporta
wi alot pay. lion facilities, i t Is serving as Anerica's ad
ithit sp or nivan guard --tand thus helping to win the war.
It is ael vh tilar 3y hn itsios (' )1) ongress autl h(orizes it.
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It is today bringing relief to suffering 1ii- Peiden1t Wilson heads it,
manwr, both military an(d civi:, in Wvery Wt T 'hIt - W Deparient audits its accouln.s.
''l I'lled country- Your Army, you3r Navy and your Allies en
I! ilans tmo row to Ih l j the i orik of ii tusiastically endorse it.
-.1 at t iol t [th world. Twen3t-two millioin Americans have joilnd it.
CONTRIBUTED TO THE RED CROSS BY
POWE DRUG COMPANY
CLARDY & WILSON