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RED OSS NEWS
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 15.--When a
dloughboy was shot dlown in the frontC
lines, all the surgeons on the wvestern I
front could not have helped him had(
it not been for the stretcher-bearers.
Even were he able to wvalk, he could
not find the dressing stations until
they pointedl the way; generally, they(
In the south today there are hund
redls of crippled children. 'There aret
also many hospitals where club feet
are straightened and withered limbs
madle strong. But the fathers and
mothers of these little unfortunates
often do not know of the hospitals,i
and, when they (10 ,they are general
ly too poor or too helpless to send
their children away for treatment.
The American Red Cross has been I
stretcher-bearer in many such cases
in the past two years. One county
will suffice as an illustration. In I
Brooks County, Georgia, stetes thet
Quitman Free Press, the Red Cr0.4s
secretary has hunted up seven crip1)t
pled children. Trhree of them already
have been sent to the Scottish Ritejt
Home in Atlanta with out any cost
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bor, building seei-i alost prohibitiv,
hods of fabricated house construction,
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the lumber is QUicKBIrF Bin<
eliminated. All modern, inprov
D that the rcgu- pleted before the
lumber are tion is a matter <
3 this great age Dungalow cl
than 12 days.
, inuch stronger than the
>f manufacture and erec
in your reach. The most
truction. Our con
allogue showing .
>lors wil save -
ither to the Red Cross or the par
nts. Tfhey' will be cured there. The
ted Cross is now endeavoring to see
vhat can be done for the others. An
ther interesting ease is reported
rom LaFollette, Ten., where the Re(
ross ecretary secured hosptial treat-I
nent for a little girl who has been
valking all her life on clubbed feet.
Connenting o nthe work of the Red
'ross in Brooks courty, the Quitman
''ree Press says: ''Nothing appieals
nor' to the heart of humanity thani
he opportunity to help these children
vho otherwise might grow up handi
app~ed helpless. The thing wvhich will
ston)ish most 1people is that there
hould be so great a number of them
n the county. Surely this alone coin
'inces the most skeptical of the need
f an organization like the Red Cross
vh ich brings hope' to these cripp1led
ittle omnes who otherwise would have
no hand extendled to them in help.''
Tlhey (do not forget' so easily, (do the
(hal) boys at Georgia Tecoh. Perhaps
hat is because they have more to re
vindi~ themi than other's--stu mps where
here should be arms; two fi ngers in
tend of four; a game leg that makes
he going a bit (difficult for a chap.
F or getting is a hard job for the re
ve can supply you
;,d . C
C. It is ouit of t'e question unless
however, offset the difliculty and re
uinga lows are manufactured and
u compa-ratively only a few (lays of
alows, prepared according to
ed methods, are almost com
y leave our plant, and the crec
>f only a short time. The aver
in be erected by 4 men in less
hal) boy, almost as hard as the long
and weary strugg"le to so t ra !iTl i1m
self that he won't be a charge on the
nation for which he foght. lie can't
forget, though rehabilitation of mind
as well as body is part of the job.
Yet it isn't so much the tragedy he
remembers as it is the sunshine; not
the piin, but the hand that eased the
pain. And so, because the memnory
of reha~jb boys doesnti't aeed to Ie jog
gled with a poster andl a subscripjtion
blank, the bunch at Tech, sent their
three repiresentatives to Rled Cross
Roll (Call headquarters in Atla nt a be
fore ever the "drive" began.
"Eu~geneQ McI eon, of the Sixth Ma
rines,' 'the chap with the (cane intro
ducned hi mselIf. TIhen he rsamted and
tossed on the desk an ('nvelope that
iingled. "Letter explains i tself"'-hl
was out of the door by now---" Much
hIliged:'" Anad he was gone.
In the envelope were crumtpled bills
and a raft of silver.-$150 in all. Also
IDear Sir: When the call to ar'ms
camne and goodbye were said, and the
stein reality of iiita ry dillI andI pre
pariatiton for battle caime, the Ret
Red Cross met us in camp to help mn
adIjust our iselvyes to the new 'ondelit ions
ot cam P Iife, andI it was the innister
ing angel into whose catre we commit.
. .> anort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomej tablets th-at are
niausealess, safe anid sure.
Medicinal vi-tues retain
ed and imnprovedc. Sold
only in sealed packcages.
ted those left behind.
When shot and shell and gas and
hell had given vent to their deadly
desires and maimed and mangled bod
ies of heroic soldiers were brought
back for medical atention and tender,
homelike nursing, God's American
Red Cross radiated its sweetness and
tendernes sand loving care that saved
us, and through their message saved
anxious hours at home.
When back to the states, on trans
ports and in hospitals and homes, in
debarkation centers, in recuperation
centers, this mother of the world was
Now in our rehabilitation period,
while we are attempting to take our
place again in the new world, and for
many of us a now place, this mother
o' mino is standing by watching and
smiling and giving assfstance in every
way she can.
We, the rehabilitation boys of the
Georgia School of Technology, in
memory of these facts, send this small
donation, ask you to feel that we are
grateful to you for what you have
done. Remember the widow's mite,
"they of their abundance cast in." We
out of our modest means have done
what we could.
Blessing be upon you forever and
eternity will reward you.
Very truly yours,
Rehabilitation Students of Georgia
INDIANS WILL SEEK
St. Louis, Nov. 15.-Enactment, of
federal legislation to grant citizen
ship without reservations to mem
hers of their race will be urged by
the Society of American Indians, ac
corling to delegates to the ninth an
nual conference opening here to
morrow. Every tribe in the United
States is re'presented in the society
it was asserted and delegates from
all are expected to attend the all
week con ference.
Scope ot the proposed action will
be decided at the conference dele
gates exphained. Two of the prinec
pal measures which the society piroh
Money brek without question
if HUNT'S Salve fails in the
treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA.
&ZINGWORM, TUTTER or
other itching skin diseases.
Try a 75 cent box at our risk.
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It dries over night with a hard, high-gloss F
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Ask for Color Cards and Paint Book or
Pastles-Gaulbert Co., Incorporatd,.lLouisvil
ably wil advocate will insist that h
ful l citizenship he granted all In
dians born in the United States and
that the conferring of citizenship u
shall entail ro u rrender of tribal h
rights, delegates asserted. C<
At. present, delegates said, approxi .
nately 300,000 Indians, representing 0'
about two-thirds of the population of
t le race in this country are not
"FI Nl)ElRS K EEPElS,"
DECL.ARE JUt)GE it
Newcastle, id., Nov. 1V.---Owner- V
ship of $1,300 in gold found buried on ti
: far mnIIiear Greenlsborol six months l
ago by I evi Toof, a 15 year old boyl
was settled today in the circuit court j1
Fithful, daily service ; low run
ng cost; infrequent repairs
hat is the experiens of thousands
users of Dodge Brothers Busi
ssCarin everystate in the Union.
r'he gaisoIhne coosnamntion1 m~ maIImoany low
TPhe tire mIilcage is uusally high
J: H. McCOLLUM,
Sumter, S. C.
nih; Save All
re by Judge Gauze deciding that
inders are keepers."
While excavating for a basement
Ider an old house young Todd drove
s pick into an earthen Ware jar,
mtaining the money and that start
I a three cornered fight for its
Mrs. Clara Freeman Vickery of
is city claimed the money was part
her mother's estate and John Har
n, present owners of the farm
light an interest as owners of the
nd. The judge gave the money to
a youthful finder, holding the evi
Ilee was insufflicient to show Mrs.
ickery's mother had buried it, and
at Mr. Hardin's ownership of the
nd did not. give him ownership of
e money because he was ignorant