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* , RED CROSS NOTES *
The ied Cross Doing a Great WQrk in
The awful ravages of war have
drawn-heavily upon the health of the
people of the east. 'Poorly informed
as to 'hygiene they have suffered
greatly. A regular American hospi
tal has been established In the Holy
City, and this hospital includes a mod
ern laboratory and dispensary, as well
as a 'Children's Hospital and Clinic.
Hundreds of war orphans are being
cared for while destitute mothers are
bringing scores of sick and starving
babies to the dispensary ,every day.
The Red Cross supplies milk, niedi
cOne and warm clothing and seeks to
stop the awful infant mortality
brought. about by the war.
More than 6,000 from one locality
alone have poured into Jerusalem and
all the refugees are delighted with
the system of Red Cross baths 'which
are given them and which include a
thorough scrubbing in American bath
tubs. The clean clothes are also very
wyelcome and these people, with true
Oriental enthusiasm, are actually hi
larlous over the unwonted sensation
The Armenian refugees who havu
flock~ed by the thousands to this refuge
to escape the Turks are among the
most. intelligent, industrious and ap
preciative of the people who are help)
ed. The Red Cross is establishing
schools for these children and are
giving tho people work as well as im
medilato medical riilef and clinic --xr
vice where nededccl.
The Redo Cross Facte, at Period ()If
The que:tion as t> V".at vill 11
]?(,d C.") :z .0no," 1. mvon that1 ):w;
he nwcre ;In comparatively few
1 ,!:, 1-ui' the w rls cover 1nmuI;.y
pha:es of .worki. The Ic(d Cros.; is
not p v:ar n]; es:; it is an1 or ai)inl
on for relief in time of stress and
ie reconstruction Period (following
io greatest war in history is no time
The lwork of the- Red Cross in war
j universally known; 'the work, now
hat the war is over, will be conducted
long exactly the same lines as dur
mg the days of actual hostilities.
'irst,, the soldiers and sailors over
erve army and th6y need all the Red
!ross has to offer of help, of encou'
eas now stand as an emergency re
gement and of cheer. As the men
ome slowly home,. numberless diffi
ulties will arise before they can find
hemselves in their old places In civil
ife;, these difficulties, whether they
ouch the home or the business life,
he Red Cross will hell) to make easy.
The convalescent soldier and the
me permanently disabled swill turn
to the Red Cross to be helped back to
lealth and to be placed in new indus
Lries for whidh new education is re
quired. During this Itime Jof read
littment the men and their families
will often need counsel, encourage
ment and protection, and possibly ma
terial aid at times; all of this the Red
Cross will give.
America is the one country -whose
resources are practically untouched
by war; famine, pestilence, danger
disaster face the countries which
have participated in the fiercest strug
gle known to history. These coun
tries iimust. be helped as well as our
own and the Red Cross mutist (o tihe
irotection from tibecilosis, from
olher forms of dise ase, from pesti
c and poverty, from sufferin1 and
distr:. IustI nil m froer 0h , R
Cro:':. Th' Lag o;' way hi:iy ns:. -
tiplied th, litd"& of RodCrn dii:
1!Y in :ai. the neemld fo th' lIed
1Cgna hair im'io'dl.
Colds Cmc Crip and Tunfilenza
LAXATIVE RisOi0 QUINiNT Tablets ::cmove thl
cause. There hi only ono "Dromao Quinina.'
.L 'iw. GROVL S rknnture oa box. 30c.
A HAPPY THANKSGIVING *
On Thanksgiving Day ',Irs. C. B. Ow
Ugs, of Owings, gave a dnner0 in hon
or of her immediate family and near
-elatives. Among those present were
4r. and Mrs. R. 0. Humbert and fami
y; Mr. and '1rs. John DqPre and lit
lo 'daughter Dorothy; Mrs. Margeret
DuPro and children; afr. and Mrs.
3iaud DuPre and family; and MAr. and
,Irs. 'R. T. Wilson.
. The day was a typical Thanksgiving
Day, with the exception of the weather.
The scenes around the home of Oirs.
Dwings were characteristic of the
southern home in Autumn time. One
was reminded of the thought of the
poet who said: "The year .leans to the
west; and now earth's care is over,
for God has sent it rest."
Everywhere there twas abundance of
things physical for which to be thank
fu!; eautiful lights to aid the- clono
hidden sun; iwater-works; telephone,
and other hand-made things to adlmin
Ister to every want, while everywhere
was seen the abundance of harvest.
The home was beautifullw decorated
with the queen of Autumn liowers
311-0-ina Puts the Stoinach in Fine
Shiipe in Fiveiii Mtiutes.
If your stonmach is continualy kick
ilg up at d isturi1bl'anei'e; you feel bloated
nd (listr 'essed; if you belch gas and
.sourfood into tlie 1aot01h tlien you uneed
.\li-o-na St-"omachl Tablets.
.\i-o-n:' slotnach tablets give instant
(lilf, of cour , butl they d1 ; more; tit(
I out thw i a 's 111a
f i ...etaio of foodi allul therl
o- ce enn, enteanld :11t oia!t-hen
n r :lily i4
1 v (v
This Is t view of the hoenutiful pal
malny's doomn. In the foreground is se
in the world. It Is mild Louis XIv spe
the crysanthemuim. In the dining
room were found plates for twenty-live.
These were filled with Op't dcliciou.:
thin ithat, were the tadnmiration of the
souelieri aristolracy. lit tihe center U!
I h :" I a a w I A ' at L a s l w l , l u i ud le w i t hl
a i* i I ;. i
i h p occaion will r be h.(
m r lby those, p ( ill, It 0::
bC.:n o th -il hip - :
E THE INTERALLIED CO
iee of Verstlies, the seat of the initel
ni part of the Oraingery. The palace1
[it $10(,000,000 on Itit and the surroundl
Plies Curved In 6 to 14 Days
Drulmist, refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fall,
to cure liching, Mlind. B-edinol or Protruthuit Piie:*.
lastanlltiv relieves Itchinlk Pikve, nedl you enn 1"et
restful Adeep after .a firs;t applit-tirn. Price tak'
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SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS SHOP EARLY FOIHITA
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