Among some 4,000,000 ex-Service men, I have just received my quota of Bonus Bonds. I was rather surprised to notice Andrew Jackson's picture used on these bonds. I presume the Treasury Department has some system of determining just whose picture is placed on different series of bonds, but didn't they overlook a splendid opportunity of showing Wartime President Wilson's likeness on these Adjusted Service Bonds? It seems to me that sentiment alone would have dictated the use of his picture and also, wasn't he a Democrat?
The reason for using Jackson...