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Do its Duty
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RED CROSS SEAL IN HISTORY
First Used During the American Civil
War Now an Aid in Fight
Red Cross Christmas seals date
back In their origin to "charity
stumps," first used for the soldiers'
relief fundi in Boston In 1862, during
the Civil war. After the war, this
method of raising money was discon
tinued In this country for a genera
tion, although it found vogue in Por
tugal, Switzerland, Australia, France,
Spain, Denmark, Norway, Russia,
Sweden and other European coun
tries. There are now several hun
dred different types of charity stamps
used In all parts of the world.
Stamps or seals were first used to
get money for the anti-tuberculosis
crusade in Norway and Sweden in
1904. After being used in these coun
tries for three years, as a direct re
sult of the interest of Jacob Hits in
this movement, the Delaware Antl
TuberculoBis association, headed by
Miss Emily P. Blssell, and the Red
Cross society of Delaware combined
In issuing a tuberculosis stamp. So
successful was this campaign that
nearly $3,000 was realized, and the
J next year, in 1908, the American Red
Cross was Induced to issue a national
Red Cross tuberculosis stamp. From
t,k this sale, $135,000 was realized, that
amount being almost doubled in 1909.
This year, for the first time, the sale
. 1b organized on a comprehensive,
basis, taking in all parts of tha
United States. A million for tuber
culosis work is confidently expected.
"Women already do a lot of gov
erning," said Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont,
the brilliant suffrage leader. In an
Interview in New York. "Men, If
they are observant and frank, admit
"An editor about to marry was
asked by a friend:
"'What prompted you, old man, to
propose to Miss Dash?'
"The editor, who was, like all edi
tors, extremely observant and ex
tremely frank, answered:
" 'Well, to tell you the truth, I think
Miss Dash prompted me more than
anybody else.' "
The man who thinks more of his
pigs than he does of his wife and
babies Is the devil's Idea of what a
husband and father should be.
.y v Savoury
"The Memory Lingers"
Post ii m Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
A general epidemic of meaRles has
broken out among children and youths
ot Butte and has in a number of cases
made Its appearance in adults.
Because he slipped and fell on a
smoothly worn iron door and re
ceived a broken leg, Chris Bllskej
has started suit against the city oi
Butte, asking $fi,47." ns damages.
D. II. Moffat, president of the Flrsl I
National bank of Denver, and J. A
Thatcher, president of the Denver Na
tional bank, have issued a joint state
inent denying reports that the twe
banks are to be consolidated January 1
An ordinance prohibiting smoking at
polling places on election day wai
passed by the city council of SeattW
last week. The ordinance is the direct
result of the adoption of the w imar
suffrago amendment to the stav con
Charles Lansing, whom the officer
believe to be one of the cleverest for I
gers in Montana, has been arrestee
and brought back to Lewlston fron
Roundup, Mont., and placed in tin
county Jail for passing worthies
Many of the applicants for forest
reserve homesteads in the Kootenai
valley and Its tributaries have alread
moved on their land, but the majorit)
of the applicants will wait until spring
before beginning residence on tl-.eli
Cultural maps are now required tc
be filed with the state engineer by all
users of water under permission
granted under the terms of the state
laws of Nevada, relating to the appro
priation and use of water for irrigation
and other purposes.
A. L. Peterson of Fort Dodge, la.,
was instantly killed, and C. K. Wei
lington fatally injured at Walcott
Wyo., when the hand-car on which
they were riding was struck by a work
train. Both men were connected with
the engineering department of the
Mike Manajlovic, an Austrian,
against whom an indictment was re
turned by the last grand jury for caus
ing a religious riot at McGill, Nevada
last September, has been permitted to
plead guilty to a charge of simple as
sault, and will serve five months In
tke county Jail.
Robert 11. Armstrong, Seattle man
ager of the I'nited Wireless company,
has been arrested and furnished a
$'00 bail for his appearance in New
York January 30, to testify In the gov
ernment's case against Colonel C. C.
Wilson, president of the United Wire
less company, who is accused of using
the United States mails to defraud.
Denver police have about reached
i the conclusion that the murder of Mrs.
j Dorinto Cellanto, whose mutilated
I body was found on a farm six miles
from Denver Sunday, was a part of
the work of a murderous gang. They
associate it with the deaths and dis
appearances of several other persons
in the north side foreign colony oi
According to complete official re
turns, the plurality of Governor John
K. Shafroth, Democrat, at the recent
election was 17,783. Of this Denver
county gave him a plurality of 13,657.
The heaviest snowfall of the season
was general throughout Montana, on
November 15, the precipitation in
Butte reaching more than fifteen in
ches after a storm lasting practically
all day. Helena enoyed a fall of eight
Mrs. C. D. Smith of Hulet, Wyo.,
who was charged with killing her hus
band by shooting him through the
heart with a rifle while he lay asleep,
has been acquitted by a jury at Sheri
dan, Wyo. Tho Judge instructed the
jury to bring in a verdict of first de
gree murder or acquittal.
It is reported that black wolves,
nearly extinct, are reducing the herds
of cattle near Kremmllng, Colo. The
Grand Valley Cattlemen's association,
to which the cattle raisers around
Kremmllng belong, is offering a boun
ty of $55 per head for wolves, with
the promise of all assistance possible
The avalanche at Millington, Wash.,
on March 1 last, which carried two
Great Northern passenger trains into
a deep gulch and killed ninety-three
persons, was an act of Providence,
against which the railroad company
could not guard, according to a de
cision handed down by Superior Judge
W. W. Black, at Everett, Wash.
One of the last of the line of the
famous old Nevada ploneerB and em
pire builders who made western his
tory, in the days of the Comstock
mother lode, H. M. Yerlngton, super
intendent of the Virginia & Truckeo
railroad, died at his home in Carson
City on November 25. He was 82
years old and had been in active ser
vice until a few weeks ago.
A dispatch from Sheridan, Wyo.,
ays that Alonzo W. Cotton was shot
and killed at his ranch, one mile over
tha southern Montana boundary, by
George Harris, a neighboring ranch
man, presumably In a dispute over
MERELY A THEORY.
landlady Dear me! What a pe
culiar odor! It smells like a piece of
Sarcastic Boarder Perhaps. The
cook has dropped a piece of the steak
on the stove.
16 YEARS OF SKIN DISEASE
"For sixteen long years I have been
suffering with a bad case of skin dis
ease. While a child there broke out a
red sore on the legs just In back of
my knees. It waxed from bad to worse,
and at last I saw I had a bad skin
disease. I tried many widely known
doctors in different cities but to no
satisfactory result. The plague both
ered me more In warm weather than
In winter and being on my leg joints
It made It impossible for me to walk,
and I was forced to stay indoors in the
warmest weather. My hopes of recov
ery were by this time spent. Sleepless
nights and restless days made life an
unbearable burden. At last I was
advised to try the Cutlcura remedies
Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills
and I did not need more than a trial
to convince me that I was on the road
of success this time. I bought two
sets of the Cutlcura Remedies and
after these were gone I was a differ
ent man entirely. I am now the hap
piest man that there Is at least one
true care for alrln diseases. Leonard
A. Hawtof, 11 Nostrand Ave., Brook
lyn, N .Y., July 30 and Aug. 8, '09."
"Michael Dolan, an' is it yourself?''
"Yes; sure it is."
"Well, ye know thot bletherin' spal
peen, Widdy Castigan's second hus
band?" "That I do."
"He bet me a bob to a pint I
couldn't swally an egg without break
In' the shell ov It."
"An ye did it?"
"Then phwat's ailin' ye?"
"It's doon there," laying his hand
on the lower part of his waistcoat. "If
I jump about I'll break It and cut me
stomach wid the shell, an' if I kape
quiet it'll hatch and I'll have a Shang
hai rooster scratchln' me inside."
$100 Reward, $100.
Tbe readers of this paper will be plessed to learn
that there Ii at least one dreaded disease mm -irura
Baa been able to cure In all 1U atafea. and that
i Catarrh. Hall'a Catarrh Cure la the only positive
turt now known to tha medical fraternity. Catarrh
belnf a conatltutlonal disease, requlrea a conitltu-
i tional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh Cure la taken In-
ternally. acting directly upon the blood and mucoua
gurfacea ot tha ayatem. thereby deatroylng tha
foundation ef the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and aaslst-
lng nature In doing Ita work. The proprlctore have
Jo much faith In lie curative powers that they offer
ae Hundred Dollars for any case that It tails ta
aura. Seud for list of testimonials
Address F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O.
Bald by all Druggists. 75c.
sake Hall's Family rills for constipation.
Ancient City Modernized.
Tarsus, the ancient city in Asia Mi
nor, whore the apostle Paul was born,
Is now illuminated by electricity. The
power is taken from the Cydnus river.
There are now in Tarsus 450 eiectrlo
street lights and about GOO Incandes
cent lights for private use.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
Bears the s7w s 0t '
Signature oi Cxyff&Mi
In Use For Over SO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Mrs. Gramerey My husband Is
anxious to get rid of me.
Mrs. Park Don't cry, dear. In that
case he won't haggle over the ali
mony. Smart Set.
One Thing That Will Live Forever,
PETTIT'S EYE SALVE, first box sold in
1807, 100 years ago, sales increase yearly.
All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N.Y.
It's no use praying to be delivered
from temptation unless you want to
be divorced from sin.
Mrs. Wlna'iow'a Hoot hlng- Syr.ip.
Fbrablldren teething, softens the gunm, reaueasln
It's easy making money and bard
mastering it. .
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their advice. If they prescribe Munyon's 1'emetlies ami you decide to
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Address Munyon's Doctors, Munyon's Laboratories, B.ld & .Teffen m
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