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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1919. RADER'S the Gift Store is Ready with A GREAT STOCK of Holiday Merchandise WyyW csossscos BUY A MAYBELLE BLOUSE FOR A GIFT I HEAVY GEORGETTE HAND EMBROIDERED IN BRIGHT COLORED WOOL YARNS. The FLESH COLORED BLOUSES EMBROIDERED IN $8.00 to $22.50 WHITE WOOL YARN ARE BEAUTIES. IBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlH BlBiBiBlBBlBlBlBlBH''1 S Tfr""" m' S HWa M t "V " a t ;; I ! 1 i t UtI 1 FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS ! Red Cross Christmas Seal 4v I r. Campaign. Tim U the pojt.r selected by the the National Tuberculosis AmocU. t.'on official! for the Red Crou Chrlitmat Seal sale. It will appear through ut xha country on the eve of the teal k.c Dec. 1-10. Mfctfli WW SALE OF CHRISTMAS SEALS OPENS DEC.) 1 Army ef Volunteer Salespeople Avjalt Call to Their Posts In Nearly livery City and Town In the Country. $6,500,000 IS THE GOAL i Fund Needed to Meet Expense of the National Tuberculosis Association and Its Allied Societies Dur- Ing 1020 Educational and Preventive Campaign The 1919 nalo of lied Cross Christ mas Seals will be. In on the first day of Decombor. With tha opening ot business mi that day an nrmy ot vol unteer salespeople will sound "Duy Iteil Cross Christmas Soalst" thu call to arms In the war of extermination uioilnst tiilirrciiloKlH, The unle will extend throuuh Docombor 10th. Thu annrnil Hod Cross Chrlstmu Seal sain provides tlio chief Income of the National Tuberculosis Asso ciation and Us one thousand adulat ed associations which urn In the rory forefront of antl-tubtirculosls on mnl zntlons, The 1920 programme of the allied orcmilsatlons ohIIm for greatly Increased uotlvltlen. To meet this extension of effort u combined bud Ket of morn than 18,500,000 Is re quired uml with this goal In view the Intensive sales appeals will bo ir.ade. A recont health survey resulted In aturtllnc disclosures. Until the sur vey tuberculosis oxpertn wrro, to a lurcn decree, In the dark at to the real extent ot the rnvnees of the dis ease In this country. All doubt on this point has been olearod up and tha estimated total of active casts Is pluccd above the 1,000,000 mark To search out every caso of tuborcu oels In the country Is tho ultimate nlin of the National Tuberculosis Amxicla Hon and Its allies. TtiiuiH iiro being formod In every community, lluslness men nrn f.nn lut; sales ortninUnttons and similar IkmIIos ure being orirunlml by fe: mer norvlcu inon. URGE RED CROSS SEAL DAY IN ALL SCHOOLS Surgeon Qeneral Dlue Asks That Churches Also Join In Move. ment to Further Sat Surgeon General Rupert Uluo ha Issued an appeal to oboorv Christ matt Seal IMy In the schools and In all places of worship In tbo United males, December 6, t and 7. The ap peal follews: "Over ono hundred and lift) thou wind Americans die annually from tuberculoids, Thin Is nn appalling wanto ot life when wo consider that tuberculosis Is dowsed an a prevent able disease. Moreover, because this loss of life occurs almost entirely In tho ranks ot the young adult popula tion, health authorities the world over have come to consider tho con trol ot tuborculosls as still the moat pressing boalth problem confronting Own, Kvery year the National Tu borculosls Association, by soiling lied Cross Christmas seals, raises a consld eiable sum of monoy to bo used 'In a nation wide campaign to combat tu berculosis. This year n spoclal ef fort Is being made to IntercM school children In this work and December fifth, sixth and seventh havo boon designated as days on which tho reals are to be sold In the public whools, symgogues and church. ItDcause of tho seriousness of the situation, I trust that Uie campaign this yeor will bo particularly suc cessful, "IIUI'MUT HMJB. Surgoon aeneral, United 8tnti I'ubtlo Health, service". CHRISTMAS SEAL FUNDS INVE8T IN HEALTH B0ND3 Dividends In the Form of a Reduced Tuberculosis Death Rate will be Paid The National Tubnroulosls Associa tion and Its 1000 aftlllnted orgarisa tlons offer this year, tu uddltloi. to the nod Oroiu Clirlntnius San. Health Honda on which unnual dividend . ia the form of fewer new case of liner culosls and a reduction In thu v lite plugo death rate will be paid. The bomb have been Usued fifr the ou voulencH of those who cannot use the number of kimU their contrlhut ons will cult for. Within two wcoks over a billion Rod Cross Christmas Seals wilt be on sale In every nook and corner ot the United States. These seals are sold to finance the campaign against tu berculosis In this country. Of every dollar received from the sale of lied Cross Chrlstmua Seals, 91.7c remains In the state where the seals are told for the bcnoflt of the organised anti tuberculosis campaign In that state. Out of the remaining 8.3, the ox pernios ot running the campaign ore flrt deducted, and whatever Is left I then divided betwoen the American lied Cross and the National Tuber culosis Association. The Red Cross Christmas Beat cam paign Is not tor the purpose of financ ing the work of the American Rod Crows or its chapters. It la for the purpose of financing the National Tu berculoids Association and the various statd tuberculosis associations. The Red Cross Christmas Bool, launched In 1908 by the American lied Cross, has been Issued In the name of the T. Do not wait U b URGED to buy Red Croat Christ mas 8eals. Qo to the local campaign headquarters and make your donation. Every seal sold I a blow at TUBER-CUL03IS. n Red Cross since that date. In March 1919 the American Red Cross agreed to allow the National Tuberculoma Association to us its name and em blem on the uBual Christmas seal. This yoar the lied Croaa has no other port in the Tuberculosis Seal Cam paign. The Red Cross Seal is a Tu berculosis Seal. Those who buy It or supporting the tuberculosis work in their own communities. To support the programs ot work outlined In the forty-eight states and insular poeaeuaiona for 190 In such a manner that res alts In the Raving of thousands of lives may be realised, will demand the sale ot at least W, W.Ktt Red Cross Seals at one Mint each. Tuberculosis can be suppressed. The Red Cross Seal offers as oppor tunity tor U widow's mite or Ut rich nua's thousands. Do your soars ccssesesocQ Gowns Envelopes Bloomers Novelty Petticoats Made of Wash Satin, Georgette and Crepe do (Jliene. Elaborately trinuned and many are hand ombroider :d. -Others trinnnod with beautiful filet and Irish bice. Also several hand stitched tailored models. Handkerchiefs, for all the family Dainty Sheer Handkerchiefs of Linen, Swiss and Flaxon. Each And we have them beautifully boxed, three or six in a box, at . . . An especially nice line for the kiddies at , per box . 10c to 75c 45c to $2.50 . 1w to 'Mir, iy soxc:Mx:;oxw:ocw?o:ct:ucoj:i::cccccoxcaiwceg;cgsssc! Men's Handkerchiefs PURE LINEN, 1-8 or 1-4 inch hem 60c to $1.00 Also Silk and fine Swiss. ZiJSOSSUSSOSSC:IXiiSOS Men's Ties and Mufflers In a profusion of colors and styles, including Phoenix Knitted Ties and Mufflers. They are modestly p riced at .- 75c to $2.60 jjj.-.jjjjjjjjjjjs; GLOVES No gift more acceptable than a pair of Gloves. FOR WOMEN Best quality washable Capo Gloves in (an,' gray, brown, white and all wanted shades. Also Mocha, Leatherette, Silk and Knitted Gloves. FOR MEN Cape, Mocha and Suede Gloves both for dress and automobile wear. JiSCflCCOGC&SSQSCCfiCiS BATH ROBES ANP BATH TOWELS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Heady mado Robes, or wo havo tho Blankets, with cord and frogs ready to make up for Christinas Gifts. Fancy Bath Towels suitable for gift givin and for making various articles. Largo Assortment, priced from .... C5c to $1.75 A boxed set makes an appropriate gift. Handbags are well chosen and appreciated gifts. Somehow it seems that every woman wishes for a new hand bag at Christmas. b'he will be gratified with any selection from this large stock. Leather Bags and Purses $1.25 to $15.00 Black and taupe Velvet Bas $2.50 to $14 COCOCCCOBCOMSOCOMCaXSCqSOWCOaPXCC Al'W. New Neckwear Jabots, Vestees, Guimpes, Collar and Cuff Sets, Georgettes Crepe de chine, Organdie Beautiful Silks Enough for a dress or blouse, makes a very fine gift. Wo have a superior collection of desirable weaves and attractive patterns and colors. "Remember, ourreputation for selling only the dependable quality in silks. CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS For Men, "Voincn and Children. Felt or Soft Kid, in all colors. Ohooso now for gifts $1.45 to $3.50 Your Christmas Dinner IS COMPLETE IF IT COMES FROM RADER'S GROCERY DEPARTMENT A Big Shipment of FANCY GROCERIES, NUTS, CANDIES, VEGETABLES, GRAPES ORANGES, BANANAS, ETC. Phone in your orders early. THANK YOU 1 The Argus Office is well equipped and is prepared to print your 1920 Stationery nM 'i J . . i. - JV 3f.'A- ri& -W jzZZBBSSSKBm m lie" ''' """ " Majt.