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YOUR RED GROSS GALLS
ROLL ARMISTICE WEEK
Mcmborslilp Rather Than Mon
ey is Askod to Gompioto
, ; War Relief.
S ltod Cross Chapters, brnnchca and
-Auxiliaries In tho Northwestern Dlv
ialon, comprising Alaskn, Idnho, Oro
Ko'n and Washington, will participate
In' tho TltlUl) 11151) CMtOSS UOLL
CALL November 2 to November 11,
Annlstlco DnJ. Tho American Red
OrosB, tho greatest rollof organization
in rccordod history, tho "mobilised
hoartuctlon of tho Atttorlcnn people,"
will cngnpe In no moro "tlrivu" for
hugo Bums for war relief, but will
continue Its annual roll call, which Is
dimply Ihu occasion on which tho
Ainorican people dxpreas' their bollcf
-in tho Itlenls ami work of tho Hod
Cross by onrolllni; as members. "All
you need is a heart and a dollar."
J'or r'.vo reasons, say tho leaders of
tho Rod Press, this THIRD RKD
CROSS ROLL CALL tdiould enroll
ovory loyal and public spirited Amort
can citizen unions tho millions of mem
born of tho organization that served
our boys at hoine and overseas, saved
tho morale of Franco and Italy In our
early days In tho war, rollovcd the
millions of refugees, fod tho Btarvlng
babies of Kuropo, saved wholo nations
from extermination, stood as next
friend to those families in America
whoso dear ones wore In tho service,
throw Its tremendous resources Into
tho fight against influenza, dealt with
great national disasters of flood arid
fire, and now carrier on (o do Its part
to servo America and to muUu tho
Avar worth having been won.
Theso ftvo reasons aro:
1. Tho War Task of the Red Cross It
Not Yet Fully Performed.
To men stilt in service, and to tliolr
families, at home, to discharged sol
tiers not yet fully adjusted to tho
Toutlno of civilian life, to 30,000 boys
aufforlng or convalescing In Military
ir Naval hospitals, tho American poo
ido still give choer, comfort and sorv-
1co through their Itcd Cross.
In certain portions nf the Old World
the American Itcd Cross still feeds
and clothes (ho undernourished and
ragged babies, cares for tho nged and
tho Infirm, and assists tho people of
Ihrao dlscase-rlddon, fainlnc-strlckon,
war-ravaged countrlcH to organlzo
their own resources, fllnco tho sign
ing of the Armistice, this work has
nteadlly declined, but It Is not by any
neans fully completed.
V. The Red Cross la the Disaster Re.
lief Agent of the American People.
The speod and efficiency with which
4ho Red emus met emergency needs
nt Corpus Chrlstl Illustrated tho valuo
nf nationwide Red Cross organization,
In caso of disaster, whether It bo for
st fire In tho Northwest or a great
Mississippi Valloy flood, tho first ef
fective relief will hereafter comn from
nearby communities, working through
their Red Cross Chapters.
3, In Case of Epidemic Local Red
Cross Organt.-ation la Indlspena
During tho Influenza epidemic, Red
Cross action and cooperation saved
threo thousand lives, because the Red
Cross was fully organized In every
community In tho United States.
Against a possible recurrence of In
fluenza tills winter and against a dan
ger of epidemic in the future, con
tinued universal membership in the
lied CroKS Is essential,
t. Red Cross Peace Program Calls
For Universal Support and Co.
The American Red Cross Is still an
'mergeney organization. It must be
realized that there is such a thing as
n continuing disaster: 300,000 babies
under one year of age die every year
because of Ignorance; tfiousands of
mothers die unnecessarily In child
birth; it is still possible for an epi
demic like the influenza to take a toll
within a compass of a few weeks five
4laes greater than the losses of our
nation in a year and a half or war;
hundreds of thousands of people in
the prime of life die In tho United
States every year from wholly pre
ventablo diseases, This Is nothing
short of a disaster which Is a continu
ing ouo and will bo permanent unless
the peoplo cooperate with one an
other to use tho knowledge and wealth
already In existence to bring the na
tion into a better day, The Red Cross
-through Its millions of members com-
trjalm every element in every cow j
tiL abort human
llfo u . tolt it m aft uwootiiBBB, can
nurvo nation and community mi can no
othar RKcncy in mipplomnUtliW, rein
fou-lnit, it ud nupportlUK wqll-dlrccti
efforts for tho conservation of tin
most precious thluns In tho world,
human liro tintl happiness.
C. America Han Get tho Paoo In a
World Red Cross Movement.
Tho League- of Rod Cross Societies
of nil nations hns boon formed through
tho Inspiration of- tha. Hb1 Cross
achievement of tho United JStntos.
Thin League bus no executive power
wlmtovcr over tho Red Cross of nny
nation, but will extond Into nvory na
tion tho benefits of n national, vrlun
tary Red Cross society on tho A'uarl
enn model, to denl with problems of
health and child welfuro and to oopo
with tho relief problouiB that nro so
prosnliiK ovor so groat a part of (ho
onrih's siirfiuie. Through these organ-
l;i'cnn many itatlotiK will met Ihrlr
own probl'jT.a which would otherwise
be tippBallrg to America for relief nud
uc3i,tftDot-. The I'nlted atntoa, wlmio
people havo shown tho world how tluiH
to rise out of dcvpilr Into hope, muu:
ko-p the UpiI CrusH banner floating
blub. Tho succosfl or failure of thin
great world movement of pntctlcnl
Idenllsiii will depend largely upon the
manner In which tho American peoplo
answer th THIRD RED CROSS
KING RIDES A FLAT CAR TO SEE AMERICA
Ladies' Monogram Stationary Hen
KjT Jii"'' i-tj-B
Tho Red Cross button Is tho most
widely worn button In tho world.
Thirty million mon and women and
children In tho United States now
wear th!s emblurn of countless good
deeds accomplished, For tho third
year In America comes universal op
portunity to wear IU
Thno aro many Instances of how
this button, bearing upon a white
background a tiny cross, has boon
worn and treasured. One morning In
a distant northwest county, a man
whoso ruddy, optimistic countenance
was clothed with ruddy beard, asked
tho Red Cross chairman If ho had an
other button like tho ouo ho woro.
Tho chairman gnvo him his own. "1
hnvo twelve children," explained the
muu. "1 gnvo my button to tho
twelfth, n new arrival, this morning.
When I havo nnythlng good the whole
fntnlly must come In on It."
Tho Red Cross universal
muthor to tho distressed children
Service done our followmen Is
tliu most beautiful thing In tho
Your Roll Call Ilutton In your
distinguished servlco cro..s.
All you need Is a dollar! You
have a hoart.
RED CROSS URLS FEED
THOUSANDS OF DOUfiHIOYS
Since tho armistice, twouty-flvn
canteens, operated by Red Cross Chap
ters In Idaho, Oregon, and Washing
ton havo dispensed 13,379 gallons of
coffee, and 224,2.10 dozen sandwiches,
to soldiers, bailors, and murines on
routo. Tim hospitality of these can
teens was accepted nine hundred thou
sand times, often by men who would
have gouo hungry but for tho Itcd
Cross service thus rendered. Figures
show that these mon, through tho
courtesy of the Red Cross, drank 8,'
407 gallons nf Iced drinks; used (l,0G3
bars of soap, and 37,713 paper towels;
ate 57,491 chocolato bars, 16,1120
pounds of candy, 14,754 dozen cookies,
74,913 dozen doughnuts, 9,488 dozen
hot rolls; wrnto 436,400 post cards
furnished and stamped by tho Red
Cross; and to their own discomfort
during n certain period, woro 12,260
Influenza masks; All this, to say
nothing of 22.95G full meals.
During this time 1847 sick men wuro
aided ly the canteen, seventy nlno of
th,om being removed from trnlim as
too sick to travel, and receiving Imme
diate hospital attention.
Canteen work Is nearly over, biif tho
Red Cross still has vitally Important
wok to do. Kvery membership In the
Third -Red Crows Roll Call will bo a
voto of confidence In the American
Ilolgltm royally, King Albert, Prlnco Leopold nud Cueon Hllzij
bolh have been given rousing receptions at ovory point In their visit
and lour of America mid they hnvo takon to ovory "stunt" arranged
for ihoni In a way that America llkos. In California u Jlalcar obser
vation car was hitched onto the special train. Tho king and priuco
nro hero shown In their "roughing It" clothes, the king wearing that
cap ut a rakish Yank, angle.
STROLLS WITH DEER
ON FIFTH AVENUE
BOSTON MISS KIDNAPS
VK IIAVIi A
Do you know what It men tin to llvo up to a reputation for I
Wo know know that It menus constant vlgllunco lest wo permit
the QUALITY of our wares to bo lowered.
It also mentis unvarying courtesy and attention to each nnd
When you trndo with tills grent Family Sloro you uro nuBliredi
nf Ihnnn two advnntniroB protection mill service. !
I'JVlSHYTIIINd I'OU T1IIJ KAMILY, AND ALIi DKPKNDAHM
Wo solicit your euntoin with thin I'liaruiitoo. ,
Brown 's Satisfactory Ston
Jhirnit, : : : : Orcyoi
W'c airi-y good nil vert Ned on the "liomo Products Pnge"
Tho lG3rd regiment had a
young deer for mascot while over
I hero. It Is now tho pet of Miss
Paulino Hall of Now York. She
has niado a great pet nf It tk
3 it for dnlly walka on Flfth
Now York City, much to the
'mouL of tho treat cit?
M!oi Anna ILui.Ur. of Do.ton
Kidnapped iho prlnco of IK'LMum,
v trp tlto latter ti!ri In Rntiu,
hue took "Ills Royal Mighnosu" In
her motor car and hiked on to
show It t in tho si r,lit. Kho took
him to see the Harvard stadium
and other points of Intercut that
nny "boy" would like. Miss Ham
lin la the daughter of I'liarlcn H.
llni:ill:i. initddcrit o( tho IVdcrul
An argument submitted on behalf
nf tho striking stool workers mndo
the point that working hours huvo
been too long ill tho past, ' When
work Is arduous; we aro told that It
Is prejudicial to a man's health to
work morn than ellht hours, one day
There seems to bo senso In this.
.Many of the Jobs In stool mills aro
singularly arduous. Of course, tha
farm hand works longer hours, but
tho grind Is not so killing. And It
s bad economics also morally wrong
to let men continue working under
conditions which hurt their health.
On the other hand, most steel work
ers draw exceedingly high wages. A
fow of thorn oven make as much as
S60 to $80 a day, which is a pretty
good soma to drag down, evon if tho
day'a work Is tiring. This, however,
is no nrgumeni ror making a woraini
day long ooungh to bo prejudicial to
Iloth sides aro wrong, Homo way
of shortening tho working day would,
one would think, ho easy to work out.
According to some of the chemical
experts nt tho mills, u shorter day
would not bo consistent with the
manufacture of certain grades of
steel extraordinary conditions are
necessary in tho construction of it.
This may be true, but the war has
taught us how to accomplish nearly
ovurythlng that Is chemlrnlly and an
atomically Impossible, it ml hero Is one
more ohnticu for n high-flying savant.
This, however, would not satisfy tho
strikers. They want un enforcement
or their rule forbidding nny man to
work ut their .trade without their
eminent. And in n free 'country it
should be every man's privilege to
work, If he likes, wherever mi em
ployer can use him. Lot any man
who wants Join n union; but let those
who prefer to stay nut do so without
being penalized for their Independence.
In time of peace let us havo peaeo
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At the present time In tho North.
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