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ind .vou were gl:ul I lmil COflM
f'tiptnln Mnrk!" sniil Eleanor.
ill villi Helpless tntiKlitcr wiuon
loerleil lilm still more; tirirl yi't
Nghl hff IllsllOS were wet with
"Captain Murk, nre you really
ito mnko wo sny It?"
Iwlmt, my dear?"
It It ought to have boon you."
It you mustn't lot thnt worry you,
r. It's often dono In such enses
Is I thought you woro too old to
You know, I wutitod to "
tli.i nk vi ii, t hunk you," mid Rlen-
(orlly. "Ctiptnln Mark, you. tor,
tardlao of miiu', I tea you
IfMing to spare mo. So listen. I
tin. and havo loved you only, and
luit you. nil through my life.
Iho timo I got your first letters t
you came to Mf mo :it till
Rarpera' school, and from then
RED CROSS GIFTS
War Council on Retirement An
nounces Ca;h and Supplies
... I V'
V.i -CARRY 0;j."
DID. ! aeletlaa In World Wide Plan.
K Davkon Heads International
Amer'can (led Cross Commission.
Dr. Livinooton Fnrrand Permanent
Lender of Peae Organization.
looked at her In Incredulous
le was no longer capable of feel-
onlshraent, but It all seemed like
y dream, unreliable but, while It
dear beyond all Imagining,
Colonel knew It. And others.
dy did but yor.. And do you
hy I havo told yon what I've
Inched myself to keep from toil-
ii.- Because you loved me witii
kctly knowing it "
I did Know it, my dear."
llimit exactly knowing it, ami
i"i admitted a little bit of it to
li you woro prompted to eommii
ooiiMi acts, to in- so nine to me
rt me so much. Hut a woman Is
deceived. She always knows. I
(dear," said Mark solemnly, "you
ben everything In the world to '
lee thnt very first day outside i
course I have. As you have been i
And that Is why I told you, so
two should not bo unhnppy all j
s. You see, dear Captain Mark,
Ins if you didn't care for me. If
Washlngton.- (Special.) Henry P,
Davison ;i chalnnan Issues the follow
ing statement on behalf of the War
Council of the American lti Cress:
"To the American People :
"The War Council of the American
Itod Cross appointed by President wn-
son oil May 10. 1017, to carry on the
woi ; of the A in. -i ;, .'in Rod i 'ru dur
lie war, at llielr request and bj
nf i lie 'on; ml 'annul! tee, ceased
lit, Vc ruary 28,
"Immediately (he armlsl Ice w is
signed the War Cotinetl Instituted
studies to determine when the strict
i.v war work of the organisation would
have been sufficiently matured to en
able the direction of affairs to be re
sumed by the permanent staff. Henry
P, Davison, being In l'arls when the
, armistice was signed, summoned n
l conference then or the beads of all
: 1 1 1 iii Croaa Commissions, in Ruropa
I to canvass tlio situation. After con
sideling all the factors It was con
eluded In make the transition on
March I, The very foriuiialo choice
of lr. Livingston Parrand n the new
chalnnan of the Central Committee,
and thereby the permanent chief ex
ecutlve of the Red Cross, makes possi
ble the consummation of this plan mi
dor the most favorable conditions
Accounts Audited by War Department.
"Detailed reports to Congress and a
complete andlt of its accounts by the
War Department win constitute the
final record of Red Cross activity dor
log the war. Although it has been
the rule to make public all expendl
tores when authorized and to give de
tailed Information relative to all work
undertaken, the War Council In turn
lug over its responsibilities to Mr. Par
rami ami his associates desire to cio'
a brief resume of Red Cross war time
activities to the American people, to
whom the Red Cross belong, and whose
generous contributions have made pos-
Slble all that has been accomplished.
actually Increased since the armistice
"As for work among the Pronchpeo
pie, now that hostilities have censed,
I the Prench themselves naturally pit
for as fur lis possible to provide for
their own. It lias accordingly been US
1 lermiiied that I In- guiding principle of
i lied Cross policy in iiiiiicc henceforth
i shall be to have pitm lllloiis regard to
Pn every responsibility, but to direct
. lis efforts primarily to n llstlllll
Krem h relief soi letli i, The liberate I
and devastated regions of Prntice hnvg
been d.v nled by ll.e ; ft i-ciir :i lolo
sniutl iIIhi rlcta, each oi Ii all; n i
to :i di ilguiitvd Frew ii r, i;( f organi
sation, "The American Red Cross work in
Prance was initiated by i enmuil mi
of eighteen men who landed on Preach
shores Jane IS, im?. Since then
some in mi persons have been unon tltsj
rolls In Pran u, i f whom T.d 10 wore
actively engaged when ihe nrm'stler
was signed An !i dleatfon or the prea
em scale of 1 1 ii . worh vvin I htnlned
from Ihe foci ihni the mm-v Ice . of 00 10
persons are atill req tired,
our American Uxedltlnnnr,v Porce
hat Ing lur elj o acuntcd Kit land, the
activities of Ihe Red 'rn i 'oiiim's
slnn there are nnturallj upon n illtn n
I- hlnfl si ale t" rloil, Active opi in Ions
are still in progress iii Al'duui el and
Hlbi r i
Tie- work in itolj has hoi mn
entirely on liebalf i
ulatlun of that itiutil iy. Iii. cnl
hours uf Italy's MtriiKjcli In
people, tht on Ii llielr Red i '.
a prncl Icnl nn i nn :e nf .. nipi lij and
relief, for Which the government and
people of Italy hove never ceased lo
express their gratitude.
Supplies and Personnel to Near East.
"The occasion for smii concent rn
lion of effort iii Italy. Rngland, llel
eiuiii ami even in Prance having natur
ally and normally diminished, n has
been possible to divert supplies and
personnel in large measure to Ihe aid
or those people in the Near Knit who
have hitherto been Inaccessible to out '
side assistance, but whose sufferings
bave been upon an appalling orals
The needs of these neonlm arc so vnst ''
that government alone can meet ihera, !
bui the American Red Cross is making
an effort to relieve Immediately the
more nCUte distress.
"An extensive group of American
workers has been dispatched la carry
Vitally needed supplies, ami to vv.ir'i
ibis winter in the various Balkan i n-
nies in order to co-ordinate their ac
tivities, a Balkan commission has been
established, with headquarters nt
Rome, Italy, from wnlefa polnl nl
all the Balkan centers can be reached
"A em loslofl has juai reached Po-
laud wllh doctors and OUrSeS, medical
supplies, ni.ii food for sick children
and Invalids -An American Red Cross
Commission hits also been appointed
IO Mill IN ICIlOWIiy Hie Hllllel'inU Of N
KNICKERS AND HOBBL
SLOWS UP WORLD
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TltlCSULTS j i j
Tin this I J
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MRS. BRNNICTT ll.l) HI I I liRj
Tas Ii IU-d Weeks nt ii Time t'liihi,!
To Move Now Doom Her
The world Is slowliiR up. Trsff.
en say c enperlally In terrl
rl'H whero trains, stroot cai.
id lltnejn attatapt to run on Ins;
ar's srhedules Sh hh' The
omen nro to blame It's the new
isi-v silk "knickers" which hnv.-In.-d
with Iho now long tlgh;
ii- on IBS now KpritiR stvli
nickers Imd to te The skin
ir" so light Mini 'be old full potfl
o.ii was Impossible -so Mm Jer
Ilk x nlekoi i n, r being won
Here the skirl and tat
i I i i - i , k I linn el e In ,,i.i i i i i .,
...v ,.-, ,,..,,,., ,vn... ..... smii pri.soneis miii cnl i.ci i, i , .1111:111
moiiibs the A rlcan people have : orison camns
given in cash and supplies to the
American Rod Cross more than MOO,
imki.ihki. No value can be placed upon
the contributions of service which
Ired and you hadn't, I should
Bden my feelings and never let
am of them, and vou never
lave. So it's reallv vou who
Id me all this, and I've lust
lerpreting your thoughts, be
ll I did Just now was to tell
It you wanted to tell me with-
wIiir that you wanted to tell
it you did want all the time.
t so, Captain Murk?"
:ins''. red Mark, feeling com-
tt sea, but incapable of contra-
Anything that Eleanor chose to
that so, Mark, dear!"
kur-e it Is," said Mark.
in have actually told mo thnt
for me, and you wanl me to
my answer. N that what you
Be to understand. Ciintuin
ny dear, of course it is.
Fr looked down thoughtfully,
m not sure." she said. In 11
manner. "You know, you
tn terribly, abominably rude to
Iliad a great horror of losing
you ve broken your solemn
and you can't imagine what 11
at gave me, because I Idealized
childish way, and I never
that you were capable of not
your word, Captain Mark."
riuior?" asked Mark in bewll-
"Kleanor, surely I never
anything that I didn't do."
rni remember that evening in
Itmi, the evening when von
us, and we didn't get on
itlit r at all, at first? '
Inddenly you became tbe little
I had adopted, Eleanor."
inddenly you became ins dear
irl: again ! Well, do ,ou re
won 1 dng mo thai you would
me op any more, no mutter
111 to have u better laliu
lio j im remember (hat. Can.
III' ' J do, dear, but you were
V ivon'l vou !
me hum I
' la I e in. mto your arms and
have been given will t sl;ni mid of
tentimes at great saeriti.e h. millions
Of OUr I ile.
"Tbe effort of tin- American Red
'loss, in th.s unr has constituted by
far the larxesi roluatary glfti of
money, of hand and heart, ever con
Iribi I purelj for the relief ..r hu
man suffering, Through the Red Cross
Ihe heart and spirit of the whole
American people have been mobilized
to lake cine of our own, to relieve the
misery Incident to the war, and also
to reveal to the world Ihe supreme
Ideals of our natl i life,
"Everyone who has had any part In
this war effort of the Red Cross is en
titled to congratulate himself. No
(banks from anyone could be equal iii
value to the seir satisfaction every
one should feel for the piirt taken.
Pull) 8,000,000 American a 11 have
exerted tin mselves In Red I !roi - serv
Ha? Over i7,coo.oco Ariutt Members
"Win n we entered ihe war tbe
American R d Cross Imd about :.' 00 K)
im nibers, Today, as tbe result of the '
reei ni Christmas n ibersl Roll
Call, there ore upwards of 1 7.000,000
lull paid members outside of the mem
hers or the junior Red Cross, number
mg periuips :i,(hki.iiimi school children
"The chief effort of the Itod f'ross
during the war has been to cure for
our men In service mid lo aid our
army and navy wlierever the Ited
''loss mn) he called on to assivt As
to this phase of the work Surgeon Con
oral Ireland of the T, S Arm) recent
I.v said . 'The Red ('rose nnl i,,.,.,,
enterprise as misi as the war itself
Prom the beginning It has done those
things which the Army M 'dieui fVirps
wauled done, but r-oiild not do liself.'
"The ited Cross endeavor in Kranee
has naturally been upon i Xeeption
ally large scale when- service ,s
been rendered lo ihe American Army
aod to the Prench Ami) and ihe
Prench people ns well, ihe hitter par
lleiilarly during ihe 1 1 , . period
when the Allied U'.iibl U:,s uniting
for the Amerleail Ainu i.i hi-i ,. (l
force and power. Hospital eiuoi eilC)
service fur our army in I'Vanee S
,'reatly diminished, hut the Red i i..
I i ill being called ni, i. a I... ,.., ,. ,
upon n large scale In Ihe grn ban
llOHpllnla, Where I hi ill-,, l,,l-, ,, ,Morl
can sick and v.. ound dun mi i ...-eiv
' titlon At I ihe
Red Cn pplli liui and I'm
!,,' Iho ii.eiit and rwreal I
the men as iiny i,,.. it) ,, .,., ,.,,h
ed Wllh ,r.
aid an. I supply sei". lee which
primary Im In of ihe Id
dm Ing Im unities 'I lie At iii)
service along tbe lint of in
'. 1 1 has
"An Important commission is stin
srorklng In Palestine. Through ihe
war special co-operation has been
given to tin- Armenian ami Syrian lie
lief Commission, which was il nly
agency able to carry relief In lha In
terior ,,r Turkish dominion
Red Crrs-i Will Continue,
"lied Cross - thus i. .i Buna
It v ill Continue to be SO. Illll the
inov -nt i , pi. pnted bj this work
las likewise assumed an lutimule piaci
In the dali.v life of our people at home
.The arm) of workers which has t ti
recruited ami trained during Ihe war
iiuisi not be demobilised. All our ex-
pcriei.ee Iii Ihe war shows clearly Hint
there is an unlimited held for service
I of the kind which can be performed
with peculiar effectiveness by the Red
Cross What lis future tasks may lie
it is yet impossible to forecast, Wo
know lhal so long SO there Is an Amor
lean army In the field ihe Red Cross
win have a specai function to perform
"Nothing could be or greater impor
lame lo the American Red Cross than
the plans ; i g in motion by the live
great Red Cross societies or the world
' to iic i !.., ii program of evict, did ac
llv ilies In the In ten si of
: The conception Involves not alone cf
forts to relieve human suffering, but
lo prevent it; not alone a movement
b.V the I pie of an Individual nation,
; but mi attempt to arouse all people to
1 a sense of iiieir responsibility for the
welfare of their fellow beings through
out the world It Is a program both j
I Ideal ami practical. Ideal In that Its
supreme aim Is nothing loss Hum ver
! liable "Peace on earth good will lo
1 men," and practical In Hint II seeks tot
j lake means and measures which are
I actually available and make them of '
: fecllve In meeting without delay ihe I
crisis winch is daily recurrent 111 Iho1
lives of all peoples
"For accomplishing lis mission Iii
the years of panes which must lie
ahead of us ihe Ited Cross will require '
the . shiest possible leadership, and
must enjoy the continued support, iynt
pa thy, and participation In lis wmk
of tin- whole American i pie, it is
particularly fortunate that such a mail
as pr Livingston Parrand should have
In en selected as Ihe pcruiniiclil head
ol' ihe organization. The Unstinted
fa Sll I ill In which all our people Lave
of themselves throughout ihe war is
Iho best iissuram a lhal mir lied i ,,,
will continue to recall e thai i icra
lion Which will make Its vv n U a source
Of pride and Inspiration to every Amer
i. nn, '
Mr I im i hail-man of the In
tenia l i .i ihe A inert
1 an Red roi s, has utidot laki n lo rep
tbe Ainet It nn Ri ri I Iroai in ihe
preparation of the proj ram for extend
I Cn actb Itlea, and will spend
ii ' ii I i it in fturopQ in
Itui mn wiih . er Red Ci
tor Mini purpi
i ill; WAR COUNCIL OP THE AMER
HAN RED UK is.
Henri I'. Davison, Chali nan:.
ill Ibis out 1 (s uoilh siiiiii.i.
MONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
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writing your numo and address
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"' v and Tar Compound, for Oolds,
Pills ami Polay Cathartli Tabh I
Sold by Wed Brothers,
ror me past ciaiitecii years ,,
who WM s sufferer from rhoumu i-m
In pas of Hh word forms, "said l.
lam Bennett, who Is employed hy
oi lb" la . . mills nt I
iiuiiiil v i ii . ; I Il
"Who nvgf ihese attacks i
on," he c -nt Id ii. d, "i Ii would g.
have to Iske lo her h id, where ,1
weak and crpplcd up, that she v . m
would lie for two or three weeks ,1
lime, Hlirrerlug untold agonies m-i
utiablo to move. Her left fool tl
drawn up and twisted so with i-ats
that she seemed lo he peiniam : i,l
. rippled, anil one linger on tor ....
hand was drawn all out of shape
I was UHoloN'i to her. Her stomnck,
loo was all out of order, she hn l un
ippotlta, a ikI although, she was iosj
is cnreiiii as sue i-ouio no iiooui i,r
listing, her food would sour on m
! loimiiii wild in use her grout dlsl .,,
tlierwards Her nervuiis - leg
mad lo be shattered, and hi
I a so broken al night t hat
oilld lianlly sleep Her amis
throat appeared to he withered
-kin son and flabby, and i h" wai
about as miserable as anybody iissj
gets to bo, Kor years she hud !. n
too weak and ailing to do nny I
housework, ami what time she Wa n'l
In bed she was barely able to kc(
"I consulted specialists about bej
case hut they could give me no hope,
and I took her to one of the law
health resorts In Hie country. Iiopini
she would be benefited through
drinking the water, but it si-eim ii lo
do her no good. Then she tried
kinds of medicines, but not till h.
started inking Tniilae did she find
any relief whatever. After taking a
few bottles of this wonderful nie,(.
cine we are prepared to say that T.m.
lac Is the only thing we have ,mj
faith In. Her last attack of rheu
matism was all of two months ago,
and she hasn't had a twinge itnot
Her twisted foot Is netting back Into
Its normal position, and that In nl
'mg' i Is Renins trnlglii and supiilt
like the others. Her arms and mil I
are filling out, and are plump as
firm, mid she nleep like a child
every Bight She Is now able lo its
all her housework, and she Is In I
Iter condition than she has been
Tanlac Is sold In Runts by It
, Hros., and In Crane by Vain Tradi
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furem b as well.
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