"A tnt net of mercy drawn tnrtuth M ocean of unspeakable pain" VOUR Red Cross is an ail-American, largely volunteer ' organization, authorized by Congress, headed by President Wilson, audited by the War Department, en thusiastically approved by your Army, your Navy, and your Allies. The work covers both military and civilian relief in every war-torn Allied country and full reports of all expenditures are continually being published, or are available through the Chapters. It stands beside our boys in training here or "over there." It watches beside the pillows of battle-broken men, and offers rest and sympathy to war-torn fighters on brief respite from the front It carries food and clothing to hungered mothers nd little ones in ruined villages. It helps rebuild the scattered pile of bric and stone tnev once called "Home." It brings back to the hopeless mother's amis her long lost child. It helps care for the orphans of the men who died that civilization might live. It helps care for the thousands that have fallen prey to dread tuberculosis. It nobly represents in deeds of mercy, relief, and restora tion the more than twenty million members that have made its great work possible. Will You Do Your Share to Keep This "Hand of Mercy" at Its Work? Every cent of every dollar received for the Red Cross War Fund is spent for war relief. All ad ministration costs, relief work for other than war purposes (such as the Halifax and Guatemala disasters) are taken.care of out of membership dues, and the interest accruing from the bank ing of th War Fund has made available for war relief at least $ 1 .02 for every $ I contributed.