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You're & regularred4loo4ed true-bhie American. . You love your country. You love that flapping snapping old flag Your Heart thumps Kaid when the troops tramp by.
You're loyal- 100 per cent !
. You intend to--you want to -help win the war in a hurry. V;
'crifice? Sure, you Ve been thinking. "Just you wait till they really need it.f And youVe honestly thought you meant that too.
" -I5ut Icwk youwU m the eye, now, eiid secb
Listen: 'You. feel poor This third Liberty Loan, me lus prices, the Income Tax rou've dene your bit You feel that you've giren all you can spare.
,WiuCt? Then.whatdid you mean? What's that you said shout loving your country? What did you think the word "sacrifice' means?
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Surely you didn't mean, did you, to give only what you can spare?
What about our boys who are giving their lives in the trenches? Are they giving only what they can "spare?" V
How'about those mothers and little "kiddies" in the shell-wrecked towns of that war-swept hell:- rhungry -ragged- sobbing---ajoite? Giving up their homes, , their husbands,
their fathers. " . '" r; ' -
While we-j-over here with our fun and our comforts -we hold up our heads and feel patriotic because we have given what? Some loose bills off the topof our roll. "WeVe
given all we can spare. - i
. Come, come! Let's quit fooling ourselves. Let us learn. what "sacrifice" means. Let us give more than we can spare let us "give till the heart says stop.''
V, - T'r':- EVERY CENT OF EVERY DOLLAR RECEIVED FOR THE RED CROSS WAR FUND GOES FO WAR11ELIEF.
The American Red Cross is the largest and most efficient organization for the relief of suffering that the World has ever seen.
It is made up almost entirely of volunteer workers, the higher executives being without exception men accustomed to large affairs, who are in almost all cases giving their services
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It is supported entirely by its membership fees and by voluntary contributions.
It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, both miUtary and civil, m eveiy War torn allied country.
It plans tomorrow to help in the work of restoration throughout the world- abw -Vsbo
It feeds and clothes entire populations in times of great calamity. . . . . . . 7
It is --there to, help your soldier boy in his time of need. ; '
With its thousands of workers, its tremendous stores and smooth running transportation facilities, it is serving as America's advance guard and thus helping to win the war.
Congress authorizes it. X " r
President Wilson heads it. s .
The War Department audits its accounts. -
Your 'Army, your Navy and your Alliessnthusiastically endorse it.
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