Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on November 4, 1916 · Page 3
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

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Saturday, November 4, 1916
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NELSGK NPWS fjftWLYWKBi ffl NELSON fr at..! M<~ M-rr " • - • <m<! M >f*«-r"» •, * It MI i>n>\ "'< i-t" • "* •' J'S jru< vf* Mr »• '. M 1 < Vtlntrtv rtil'hl T'',,» '•-<• .H f.t-!.|..g. i . • nAtt SCC'AL C'RfLE STERLING. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, NOV. £ 1916. 'i,,,,.,., -., ,. i -,- NELSOS BRIEFS. *lv-< H . I t ] . t ' ' I , . - ' T. ' i * ' . t V » ' • ' I f» * i ! TBftSB. 5fr. t!, KfLLEO SY POLICEMEN, '. M >\ fi; list- \!|r\T nism CRO$S the road we are to travel this next; four years, fs . . ..'""* , . even .though we start right " * •* .' : i_y s —-—^^— and move with^ prudence and courage, :,-:•. . ' -•' it * ' . ' O 7 seHoiis it in lese^^-me^^t-xrf^he^ ^.* war torrent Afhich has overwhelmed Europe." <:•• t ®r np •I*! 1 I anrr National Publicity Committee this war begarrover a million American worktwg merj were seeking vainly for employment. When the war end| and the developed energies of a new Europe are thrown into eomj- mefcial production, our nation will face a competition such as it never knew." ^ E of two things must happen—either millions of men will be seeking work in vain or else there must be thought out in advance tHe .problem of commercial organi- ization as France and England and Germany are seeking to think out the problem today." -.'•••. ' . ' ., ' - • • ERY one of these nations is preparing to defend it's own market by a protect- * * /T t * " • • • ' • " •• • ^ ive tariff. ' ......... ; 46-TF we are to save our laboring men from A a •. cajtastrophe we must plan a mriff protection along sound, just and economic lines, To this endeavor I pledge myself and th.e men who are to be my colleagues."

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