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FOR MISS JUDGE TRiBUTE OF LOVE IS EXPRESSED AT FUNERAL OF YOUNG WOM AN OF ST. REGIS. High mass was said by Rey. F\athier Delon yesterday morning at a9 o'clo'k in the Church of Ht. Francis Xavi,.r, for Miss Nora Judge of St. tegie, who died at St. Patrick's hospital :a few days ago. While the nulmber if friends able to he present at the. ser vice was not large, there are very many friends who siltcer'ely m1r ir the death of Miss Judge. She was born in Thre Forks, Mnt., 2:3 years ago andt there her mother ditd when she was 8 years of age. Sh, :ittl nded school at several different eollt'ents and went to make her home at St. Regis about four years ag.. 'rher,' she became a general favorite and was especially loved by the very young and the aged betcalse .f hIer charming personality and ready help fulness. -tHer health has hre n failing for the last two years and il dIritn that time she has made her hoIno with Mrs. J. J. Dowling" aFtSI Regis. Mrs. Dowling came toi Missoula fr lthe fiu t;eral, as did the fithell r Thlirnas Judge. Her brother. 'r;ln Judge, -lies in this city., two siste rs, Mrs. Joseph Galle and Miss .li;a Judge, as well as an iinclo. Martin "lynn, live at Logan. Alnrig oltier fl,,r.l trib utes laid about the (onffin .esterday,i there was a ,iaitif iitil ,. - ow link and white arlnaltils anll ferns sent by friends in St. Regis. 'hi the pllwar ers were Messrs. George and W\ill l~r. of St. Regis and longhiruin anid An derson of Missoula. Intel'rmenlt \\as in Missoula rcemetery. MADERO REFUSES TO RESIGN (Continued From Page One) to depend on the paltriotismn u f the pet, pi e. To Retake Nuevo Laredo. Laredo, Texas, Feb. 15.---It Is said on information gained from fedetral telegraph sources that (General (;er onimo Trevino, commaltnder of the Mexican army in the nortlhern stales, has dispatched troops frmt Monterey with orders to retake Nuevo lar'edo, which surrendered today to it small rebel band led by Colonel I'asaeual Orozco, Sr. It is also stated that the fficials of the ,Mexican telegraph lines have or dered commnnunlcatiton with Monterey severad. O)perators employed in the commercial English office at Nuevo\ Ilaredo have quit their keys, taking their typewriters and the records of the company with them, in inrtic(in tlon that an attack might be. made (0 night. A passenger train duie in lIaredo at 8 o'clock was h.li uIp toight Iby band of rebels at Ia Jarita stati)on, 1t miles south of the border. The taking of Nuevo ltaredo is only a step of the revo\,lutionary irogran in the nortlhern states, accocrding t. Colone.t Orozco. "We are going to continl., our op erations until tile overthirv it ihe piresent admlinistra t ion is I.brought about," Orozen said tonighti . I'The rebel forces ill Chitlluahua are nalli mously for tile teimporary pilaing inl the executiv,". position) of (,.eneral l Tro vitno, at lpresent ill Molltc r, land can state also that s\0 firnly hoiil,\', this to be the anitittion of Filix lins. Wei do not centiier on (e'lt'.ral Trivi no as tihe only atailable Utan, how ever. Aniy man \\ho w\vld h] a tilliu; to harmonize aind bring iltout order throughout the ciltntry \su'tl lIh t' our liking." From a reliable sOur,'e is it learnel that the taking if Itun,.ios,., o mils south of the border, is n(' ti,' lns t; d. Next It is planned to mole ti Ms nte rey. Rebel leaders expect tt misll ,." about 1,000 men. iEmillo del -osnsur\ alnnitger of the federal telegraph 'ffl'' in N i'',, Ili redo, and eight Itol'gra:ll hl.e ,rsrs o ! the border and presenttis'i th, It s,.la,.i to the Mexictan onsul heri , i'o'itht One telegraph oper"tto.r. I ni,tt i ;tr cla, who is . id to ht la ,e aflflinte',l ail the rebels, re.tllallted in 'lhai g of theIIII office. MRS. BOSHER LECTURES. Kate Langley Roshtr'. ilthllolhr if 'diMary -'ary," lectured iat thlt W,'tonan' t' Club in Richmond at few days ago, ioni the subject of her trip t'hrlugh Russia. It was thie peiople of thte (eutntry tihat seemed to interest her ith(' nlt*;et he contrast of tRussia's , pasants w\\ith tihe magnificence of lher ipalacs lnd ial thedrals. Though wrothedly port ind often mentallty dull, thety a're a tloving class and kind of heart, Mlmi. aloshter found. The childlike ttmplramlnlt i f the moujik would natutrally in;make a strong appeal to thie ci liaor otf Mary Cary. How their lives m\ii Ill :e aff'cted by the approaching seriial il'tnges- in their land is thei question she klpt asking herself. "Can you beat it?" SURELY NOT, especially when it comes to a case of Poor Appe tite, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Costiveness, Billiousness, Colds or Malarial Disorders. It is then that HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS proves its merit. You really should try a bottle without delay. It will aid you wonderfully. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. GET HOSTETTER'S. Missoula's Health Department ., HEALTH OFFICER DR. F. D. PEASE. AT WORK IN THE CITY'S LABORATORY. lit'. larvey V. W\ iiiy, lilt, natin'.a great plur food expert, dl;i mluch to iquicken the interest of the (Garden city ipeople in tlhings pertaining to their health. Thosell i Iho missed Dr. Wiley's lecture iissel both ilan ev'n ing's entertairnment, texce'eded hy few attractiolns that come to Missiioula, arnd an oplportiunity to learn n inmllortant and vital truth connecllted with the welfarie of Ihenisei les, their falrliities andrl tll commllunity. Dr. Wiley's v\sit suggests ti timely thremle wvhicth shoulht he of great inter est to the people ft' M1issolka, that is, the city health department andI its woirk. ]" i" l lyinfen realize the twat , h ti g I . which has taken glare taring lhe past i few years iln thei funlllllls of the health lldepartmelllnt llof m st cities lof' any sizP. Usually we think of its duties as t' onfined to tlhe plating if a sign of somine cointagino.s disease upiion the house where it exists anrd tthe let ting loose of s.oe noxious gas whern the place is realy to release frlom quarantine, (Of ltlt, sanitarlans are extending their fleo'd of iuty and are taking into considleration the tcontrl otf all of ithtls, agenciei s \whlich ill any wvay may bie reslotnsile for thie callse f disease. Twentyt years ago huit i few mottti eal sehiioolts provlitedi for instrluctions in ] e'venltivt i niedi'ile, but it thie piresent time qlite a fnw illiversitils give ilnstrulctiolns to those who Itinay wsh to spec'ialize in sannitation, with the restillt th;ti ti l l hl i rgier Citinls tihe political favorite is n llio.nger ctnsid e'ed i t propeil'r lierson to platce at the head of its dlepartmenrit of hoelth, hlt rather one is chosen, who, "y Oxpi rilie aniId t raillini g, has I)0e( 1 e' ialln expert illn thei, d ties rhith nit t l"y he called .lupon to performll. That r :ts imay he al.oplished the health olfi caIr must he officienllt as well; as con scient i ls in his duitie' s rand not fit ,, as is lul ially tilt' I'cas , that ie is not h - ing puil sifri,.icntly for hIis work. Al ideal health diepartmint is hIard toi realize, but in Missoula al( effortl ' is leing ll ade to i vell'r thlle glrounll( d Ithe same i ill the larger I' ties ithll. Ihe expltatioh thatt gtaiitally it Iutt taic demlllni i ds. I Thli s i laiw rt 'llitf, ithat most t fl .the infectio s dis iases shill ihe re pIortlh to the Il o, l h"lltlh offilcer, iand lwhen so reportedl t such htdisI(asesC l'arlt ,,v,-Garbage,,sls, Dis allp x al. d'ilplh h it ;ii1,, ipl ll lt lor <|llflil - ttih . p s t fill lti lhosle diseases u t -lll trall t d t i r1 , oh i' ll'i' It'ttitt ' ft lll, 1,1'-.. vio. s rts,', ttil effortl is mad' to I t:iti,' the ..-> 1 , e of Ihe infection, ili illlry 1is illidtte ts tio whet-hi I pl tient \\as i vo hueet s ( e ,tn s to I,,'i g tikl l - ik. 'ithe lill supply is inlqirt'ed into, thel school i: atl endl,ld, the sanitall iry r lnl titi, <i f the botils and its s. rrominli - ings a 1l, ilh, nailie; of tlhs, whet f s is, h at "+I ;r , "a ,. i.- ex,'f l, t in Jilli. ill llrli :A t tlhi. e nd ,1 lit'. elli: ir lint i. l'i,, l h I h," l,,il:." . flu igated I,h th, I health oflh .r. .As all ,additional Ir, ".t leill i iI ll i'' Ih " 1ase of VI. Ili o 'h li - 11r n, they are not alloiwed to go 11ck t~, "'1hod nulll two \V cks -%' utv', tassel oitler te.11 rei l 1sed from ilultral tillm Garbage Disposal. tio which has caullsed m end ..'f troll hle to thlt oily administration for some I lill past. "Trhere is all ordiniact.o which pro\vih-ds that ';cellh house aili ,i.ch pia " of hllhillw:s shall t" pro Vided with a garhage .ioo. 'rhies part of the ordinancei is generially 'mplied with, hut the fnwtiholds a n\ai<ed for the eimptyllig of the. artls whelll full have not be nll a nl .,"s , ind fr iti h,, experionei of other cicis lintiling short of the city criileh In It. mins for this \\,erk will he efle,'liv,. The water supply is anrtdhtr gorat in the past there have ien nutnprous cpil. itiis of typhoid fever caused by the drinkinrg oater which was con taminated, hut as the supply to Mis soitL is taklln from a territory which is sparsely sitt 'e, with a little care anil an occ'asional inspsc-tion we need not feiar any trouble froml the water. For nearly two years past the state law has required that all hotels, res tauirantits, bakeries, confectioners, soda fountains, groceries, meat markets and dairies hIe inslected once a month, and 'tiwhen aniy of these places of business are not up to standard they are noti fied to rementdy the defect or they will have their license. revoked. Itirths and deaths in the city are repotrte d to the health officer, who nmakes a copy of tile same, to he lealt as a. local Irecoltrd and the original is setut to the stlate health officer at Hil 'til, twho, in tulrn, senlds a ciopy to, W\'ashingtion, t. I'. The city health ordinance requires that the health officer shall make a chemical arid ta Iacteriological exami nation oire a month of milk sold in the city, ais well as an examination of cases if typhoid fever, diphtheria andll tublttrutlosis. An early diagnosis of typhoid fever, diphtheria: and tuber culosis is ios cnsidered necessary if the disi'tease is tIo ie stopped. ('OIIts qullintly most departtnlnts of hea'lthl install ap. pr.'atuscs ,or the early diag nosis nf these diseases. Considerable interest is being taken by the millk dealers of 'late in seeing tlhat their milk is up to, the standard. There is no eltandard adtpttied as yet for the numbelltr of bacteriat wihich milk shall contain, buth 100,000 in the winter and 1I50n,0 pt-r e. c. (1 t dropts) in the summerI is rconsiderted very goold mIill. :lissoiuta ino' hboiasts of a health de pt'tti'llil that is really what ttie it0t1 inilie's. Dr. F'. DI. Pease was ap ,pointed city health ifficer bly the city illlinil I e'clausis of h lis q tlll lifica ll ns to tfill the position. When ciote arioused i Ithe ntcesoity of tan efficient head to this diepartmnt ofr the Ininicipal govertlliun nt, the council rc tls'ilted thei county medical society toi pick out a imalt whito could hest fill tihe hill. T'he -' ,'ly considertd the question (',1't - fully. lecalis Dir. Pease is a special ist in this line i f work, andl his tlc voted mticih Work tand st uily tio its vtrims fieatii'es tduring 'the ipast few ;i ars, h1 ,was reommenllled 11d np-1 II I+ontmnent. "rh, 'munt'll acep ,eI this ie'tiitlllt .dl t io l HI I(d thills 'i l't tl il its ',i' tlllt e t r over tle ,l(i lliVm 111 t c. 1 iay" plitical nllfllluence. That the i)p |wi0111,l1 has proven Wise Is well \ vi - GRIM REAPER CALLS MARTIN JOHNSON WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT, WHO CAME TO BITTER ROOT 15 YEARS AGO, IS DEAD. l, it'iIl Johnsonil, :t f.t irineir f -i l.ir il,, d1i " yestorl ay nllorning at hisil ,111,111 1112 IPhillips s itreet, aflt r ia long il: . - The' fn eral wtill I. h,,lt Tues lyiv :if t si-i- l o' i t I2 i , si rvii"es toi II It the r, t sid ,.i. l li . i, MI . .Johnl l :,,ii \ i. ~ I- t toi l IfH'brot , Nt .b., a ltrt h i , i hlstt iv s I ,,t n living in iiissoil;l lr iui.ht taht . W i tall,r , itn MItiss iil :a lt in \\'alli.' aIlso, t\whie11 lih" hal I hn an lit W;'ts w'lll known am. highly tl' " ilkl t'l te 1 i. I VleaiV ill tlhea i nllt - lth;e lt inaily leis wife; Ols son, J. a VI.i John:,l oi f Via't l;t. \ twoll. dIta ghleT er, irs. \ll.ln Iair s ( itt ; d I Mrso . id i .\rt in sa. cl'tr , lth ll this eity, to mournl Itiir . A storoth residinar in blinnhere is a 1, ,t nll\rives hinm. IS THE RUBBER PASSING? Less , inl Iss are women inclined to w,;ar rubbers. Even the best of the ltneter detract from thespr lte, orrd, slushk of t wil stumaine, and hubbh doesn the feet make onle fol as well as look a bit clumsy. \otmen, moreover, 'have so many lpairs of bu)<ts nowadays in comtlpair'ison with thl, one or two, pa1irs that used to be deemed sufficient for a. stsison, that the getting of one imir muddy or wct does not so much inat ter. Ta lbouts are the accepted sort for stormy day wear and there is ai new tan leather which neither mnud, slush or wet will stain and which does not acquire ugly black streaks across 1 lenexdl by the manner in which Dr. Pease has conducted the department sinle taking charge. 1ei has been fur nished laboratory equipment which, while not extensive, or complete, is serving the purposg, well and is all the city hal been able to afford. With it he is carrying on the necessary work', and ding It well. The records of the delUrtitnent are kept in splendid shape, and ;t rex always iecessible to the pub lie in room 14 in the Htiggins block. Th, peltle of Missoula should under stand that the health department has behn ,'re, atxl ;nit is imaintalned for lthir .I fix , f lt tahat t they should use it upi everiy Iproper occasion. There advice ran hei secured pertaining to matt r- ofr pllii. health. There conm; plaint:i shlould be lodged concerning mnattirs f sxanitation or anything that Iartalis . contalgious diseases. In this nl;llni..r vwi.l the scope of useful nsa of the d lii:rt.alent be broadened. .lisnsiui l l physicians are vco-operating sp'lisnlilly in the work, and have f nrllll l ln d 'artment with a labora (Iry I.,nipo)ld l fir a quick and accu rate dliignns.is .f" diseases, a great as sistanwe iin thI trealtment of the cases the\ a ,", ;lled upon to handle. Th.s.e is antlher office of the health Il'tlnl ' .ntll xiho has an imnportant wortk 1. irfurrm, and who is giving gooI s eviei, tthe city. This is John P'xlex. ,xniltary inspector. Withini late y 'ars the city has revised its ordi ianiis xnvrxingx sanitation, especially in ti, i matter pn lumbing require ninI.its. :itl that the letter of this law is .l,. I x bser, ed is veI r important ix the inirvl health work. t1t' ios';l, fron the rubbing of wet skirts. 'I'lThse Ihnts may also he clean. ted x\ith ifa s.5inge and ordinary soap a:ntd waiter with no injury to color or THE PANAMA CANAL AND IMMI GRATION. A, dir:il .1 T. Ma1lhan, whose latest I,, ,. "A rt n..ttsI.s and Arbitration," A.ts nllihsliI shortly before he sailed ,ll:ll r I h in h' ivesns that one of' the ef t.,rts of lthe it.olning iof the Panatma anitl will he hoI put an end lto the id tr ni .\:~I Asitti ,m migratiol o tihe I':ai'ic' c,~: st. It will then be, possible, ho nos to ,arry shiploadcs of Eitro p..' in ii rntsII lt direct to Pacific ports w'ithilt Ihi titesome and eXlpnftive rail inlI'h, across the co tntinent. T'hlis )Ih sa s' lith ground will tbe filled 111 the ottl Irh.tfctly sound pirovision NEGLECT 1HE[ CARE 'OF YOUR SCALP AND YOUR HAIRWILLBECOME A DISGRACE HERPICIDE. i, h:linr i:: Imr, exposCed and hence rl' , lia il' It, Ineulmnulate dust andll 'irt than u lly othiler portion of the In spith, of this the hair receives, as : rull, t he last attention and no real 'fl`rt is malt, to keep it healthy. If the dtllulruff germ is allowed to \'.rk unlnlhst.ed and the scalp he ncsls rnI'1ld with dirt neeullula tions, one limay explect the hair to die and fall oult. There is no calse for surtprise in this philnomenon; it is na tlral antd haptllns in every instance where the care of the balr and scalp is overlooked. The one sure remedy which 'pre vents the loss of hair and permits a Greater Than Ever SATURDAY'S BUSINESS AT THE CRESCENT Monday's business .will be greater; if you want Bargains, be on hand early Mon day morning and get them. As an extra inducement to trade on Monday, we will give away with every $10 purchase a beautiful stereoscope and ten views FREE. Boys' Suits Dress Ginghams Just think of it, you choice of our entire One large assortment of patterns, your stock at just One- Half Price. choice, at, per yard .......................... ......7 1-20 Boys' and Children's Shoes All sizes, a big assortment to select from. Bring the One lot book fold, a regular 15c quality; boy in, let us fit him. The girl also can be fitted at One-Fourth Off our regular price, good patterns, at, per yard .....................9 1-20 LADIES' SILK WAISTS New and good styles, chiffon over Persian silk, or plain taffetas, your choice at ONE-HALF OFF LADIES' LINGERIE WAISTS Ladies' lingerie waists, beautiful in design, sheer and pretty in quality; values up to $1.25 for, sale price, each SIXTY-NINE CENTS About 200 of them, all new and good styles; such waists can only be bought at the Crescent at ONE HALF PRICE MUSLIN LADIES' LADIES' UN'ERWEAR NECK WEAR KID GLOVES One day only, muslin One lot of fine kid, col underwear, your pick of Collars and Jabots the stock consisting of ors green, dark red, g o w n s, combination Everybody bought some brown and white; values princess slips, drawers, of them Saturday, we up to $1.75, all new chemise or corset covers stock, for this sale, per at One-Third Off. still have a large assort- pair ............................98 EMBROIDERIES ment of 25c dainty turn One 'lot of narrow and overs at .....................10¢ up to 15-inch, also inser- Men's Leather Gloves tions to match, for the 59c silk ties and jabots, day, at ........................9 1-20 at .................... 39¢ Fine kid dress gloves, Torchon Laces $1.75 values .................88¢ 35c lawn jabots ..........t19 Men's work gloves, all ues up to 102 inchs wide, for the One lot, values up to styles, for the day, only day at ..........................2 1-2 75c, at One-Half Price. One-Half Price. HIS FAMILY INSISTED Paris, Feb. 15.-The secret is out now why tRaymtond Pioinaire, the new president of I" ranee, is so great a man --his family insisted upon it. Little Raymond had not yet reached his 10th year when his father took him aside one day and informed the lad in a manner most impressive that his parents had concluded that he must become a person of importance in i'rance. Riaymond was given to un derstand that if he didn't do something really handsome in the weay of great ness his family would be terribly dis appointed. Iromn that day forth France's fu ture president worked early and late to gratify his parents' wishes. He went to school at home .and in Paris and becarme the delight of his instruct ors. At 25 he had a degree. ,Soon afterward he began the prac tice of law and went Into politics. 'He announced himself as a candidate for Slie office of consellier general of his distriot, which corresponds to the of fice of district attorney in America. lie had forgotten, however, that a can didate for this office must own "pay ing property." His opponents with many a loud guffaw informed him that they would put a sudden end to his candldacy as hIe was propertyless. Young 'Poincare was disheartened. It seemed ten bad that he must bring grief to thel hearts of his parents by falling down in this first attempt to slthow how great he really was. Just at this juncture, howev'er, young Poin care received a telegram from his grandpa, who it appears was in on the plan to maklce Raymond a great Inan. "Present yourself-a forest grows in youlr name," rtn grandpa's telegram. T'he old gentleman had not overlooked the little detail about owning property and had deeded his grandson a patch of pine trees. Rtaymlond Poincare's rise was rapid. lie aimed to herome the first states mano of I'rance, and he never took his eves friom the goal. A careful student healthy, luxuriant growth is found in Newbro's He rpicide. The dandruff germ cannot live on a head to which Herpicide Is regularly al)plied. The germ dies. The hair ceases to fall. The terrible tchling stolps almost Instantly. That is what Newbro's Herpicide does. Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and $1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who guar antee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Send 10e in stamps for booklet and sample to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. Applications at the good barber shops. Missoula Drug Co., special agents.-Adv. a hard worker, a logical thinker, and rigidly honest, he has won the respect and confidence of his countrymen. IBe fore accepting the presidency he was prilte minister of the republic. In this position he did more than win respect S: PRESIDENT POINICARE (OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH.) from his countrymen--he won respect and admiration from the world at large. Now he is president. Who knows but that for his family's insistence upon his becoming great he would now be simply a country barrister? "COMMODORE" HOLMAN DAY. Holman Day has just been promoted to a new dignity-that of rear-commo dore of the power-boat division of the Portland Yacht club. lHis boat, the "Davy Jones," is a well-known visitor along the coast of Maine. Probably in one of its voyages her owner ran across the original of that resourceful Ca.p'n Sproul wh(;e (leeds are related in "The Skipper and the Skipped." The scene of Mr. Day's latest novel, "'The Red Lane," is an inland one the boundary between Maine and NewV Brunswick, secret road of smugglers. BABY GUESTS. Among the luxuries, comforts and conveniences nowadays provided by the great 'hotels are, cribs for the baby guests. Even in the very finest of the large hotels these cribs are a compara tively recent addition to the house equipment. Up to about five years ago when a separate bed was required for a baby's une, a cot was put into the room and imany persons traveling for the first time with the baby still ask for a cot. They are agreeably surprised whe.n informed that a crib can be supplied if desired. In one large hotel there are now kept ready for use a dozen cribs in the care of the housekeeper: cribs simple but of the latest style of construction and ready ,to be sent whenever they are needed. GRANDFATHER AND FOOTPADS. An interesting anecdote of Thomas IHardy's grandfather was told art a recent meeting of the Dorset Field club. Abo 't a century ago, in those stirring Napoleonic days of which Mr. Hardy has written in "The Trumpet Major," the old man was crossing a lonely heath one midnight, when he discovered that two footpads were be hind him. He rolled a furze faggot on to the paith, sat upon it, took off his hat, stuck two fern fronds behind his ears to represent horns, and taking a letter from his pocket pretended to read it by the light of glow-worms he had picked up and placed around the brim of his hat. The footpads on see ing this extraordinary apparition fled in terror and presently a rumor spread in the neighborhood that the devil in carnate had been seen by witnesses ready to vouch as to place, time, and details. ECZEMA Also called Tatter, Salt Rheum, Pruri tus, Milk-Crust, Weeping skin, etc. ECZEMA CAN BE C.URED TO STAY, and 'when I say cured, I mean just what I say-CURED, and not merely patched up for awhile, to re turn worse, than before. Remember I make this broad statement after put ting twelve years of my time on this one disease and handling in the mean time nearly half a million cases of this dreadful disease. Now, I do not care what all you 'have used, nor how many doctors have told you that you could not ,be cured-all I ask is just a chance to show you that I know what I am talking about. If you will write me TODAY, I will send you a FREE TRIAL, of my mild, soothing, guaranteed treatment that will con vince you more in a day than I or anyone else could in a month's time. If you are disgusted and discouraged, just give me a chance to prove my claims. By writing me today I be lieve you will enjoy more, real com fort than you had ever thought this world holds for you. Just try it and you will see I am telling you the truth. Dr. J. E. Cannaday, 777 Court Block, Sedalia, Mo. References: Third National Bank, Se dalia, Mo. Could you do a better act than to send this notice, to some poor sufferer of Eczema?