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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1918 THE LET! IBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE VICE GIVEN 10 THE BRITISH PEOPL ? i * UPHELD TRADITIONS Ot THE SEA In an article entitled "Stick It." the oLudon Globe gives this admirable review and exhortation: For three years and a half wHiavc been fighting in the greatest war ever known, and the enemy is not beaten yet. Thousands npon thousands of our youth have been slaughtered: thousands upon thousands more have been broken and maimed; we have piled up an enormous debt and the bill grows longer every day; most ot" us are short of money and all of us are short of food; the sovereign is hardly worth eleven shillings: sugar, butter and milk are hard to come by; the beer is swipes, the whiskey is trebled in price and halved in strength; the streets are dark and gloomy; most of our liberties* have gone by the board; wo are all the bond-slares of Porn; officials have multiplied like locusts; food uueens have become both a habit and a necessity; compulsory rationing is on ;-ur Sir: I received your letter by first post this I beg to thank you for your Appliance which was Instrumental in the way it cured me of my rupture. I have now been in Kitchener's army seven months, an'l I have gone through all the ning, and I never felt anything and ^.^.^-'-.^wv-^- not ha(i t h e slightest trouble. I remember when I passed the dof-tor he remarked, "There is nothing wrong with you, young man, you are in the best condition,' 'and he sounded me all over, and I again thank you for the same and I give my consent to use my letter as a testimonial to anyone, as T have been cured. Hoping you and your firm much success. Yours truly. i If 3'ou have tried most everything else, come to ifie. Where others fail is where I have my greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I will send you free my illustrated hook on Rupture, and its cure, shewing my Appliance and giving you prices and names of many people who have tried it and were cured It is instant relief when all others fail. Remember, l use no salves, nc harness, no lies iEikSj train 3&f'; ?J have The above is C. E. Brooks, inventor of the Appli who is now giving others the benefit of his write him today , at Marshall, I send on trial to prove what I say is true. You are the judge and once having seen my illustrated book and read it you will be as enthusiastic as my hundreds of patients whose letters you can . also read. Fill out free coupon below and mail today. It's well worth your time whether you try my Appliauce or not. Make up your mind right jipw that you will never pay out another dollar for trusses. They are expensive, uncom- � able and actually harmful. And when you once try a Brooks Appliance you could never be persuaded ever again wear a. truss ancef who cured himself and experience. If ruptured, Michigan. I 70 head of high class richly bred bulls and females of the most popular blood lines and by some of the moat noted sires of eastern Canada. If you are in the market for good strong breeding stock plan to attend this s.ale. J. H. PATRICK & SON, OWNERS HOME ADDRESS: ILDERTON, ONT. S. W. PAISLEY, AUCTIONEER i I Amsterdam, Feb. -A dispatch from Vienna says that Count Czernln, the Austrian foreign minister, replying to an address of the burgomaster who welcomed him, said it was the war aim of their supreme war lord and emperor which had secured a peace with the Ukraine. This peace, he added, was in a double sense of the mightiest significance. "If ever confidence was justified it is today. I ;im firmly convinced that we have only to hold out a little longer and an honorable general peace will be attained." i i i f f Wouldn't Take $100 for Appliance f'ranworth, Ont. Deai* Mr. Brooks-1 am pleased to write you and lr-t you know what your Appliance has dono for me, I think I am all right now, ris J have not seen the first, sign of it. since last fall. I can now run. jump and lift all I like and I would not take ?!00 for it if I could not get another. I do not wear it except when at hard work. Your appliance is just, as good as ever. You can use this letter as you like for the benefit of others. Yours sincerely, GEO. KENNEDY. Rupture Thoroughly Healed { Cured Me Completely Ingersoll, Ont., Feb. G, 11)14. Mr. C. E. Brooks: Perhaps you will be interested in hearing what your Appliance has done for me'. I know without doubt that my rupture has .thoroughly healed after a term of sjxleen years' suffering, and I attribute my restored and healed con diiion to. the wearing of your Appliance, .which held the bowel firmly and painlessly during the healing process. I have not worn it for months-neither do I feel in need of it. Yours truly, ' F C. NOXON. REMEMBER I send my Appliance on trial to prove what J sa\ i;j trufe;You are to be the judge. Fill cut free coupon below and iuiul today. Ruptured 22 Years; Now Cured East Sherbrooke, Que., Jan. 27. 1.014 Mr. 0. K. Brooks; Dear Sir,-1 am very glad to hear from you, and happy to be able to tell you that my rupture was cured some time ago by your Appliance. I now need no truss after twenty-two years of torture. Yours truly, G. K. LI5MAY. Perth Centre N.B., April 20, 1914. Mr. C. E. Brookfe: Dear Sirt-I received your letter regarding the Appliance you sent me. It was a complete success and now I don't know that I ever had a rupture. It has'cured me completely and I thank you very much for it. Very truly yours, REV. H. A. SISSON. And here is a letter from a. mother who is thankful because a Brooks Appliance cured her boy so he could go out and serve his country. 2, Orchard Road, Richmond, Surrey. April 11th, 1!)15. Mr. C.E. Brooks, Dear Sir: A lino to thank you for what your^ Ap-liance has done for my son. After wearing it from December to the following September I can say he is quite cured and is now serving his country France at own trade, shoeing smith You can make what use you like of these, my thanks. i am, yours, MRS. E. "YVHITTLBL in his a Child Cured in 3 Months Brantford, Ont., Feb. 19, 1914. 11 Richardson St., Mr. C. E. Broqks, Marshall, Mich. Dear Mr. Brooks-Just a line to Ie^ you know your Appliance has com-' pletely cured our little boy and we j^ire very well pleased with it. We had it on him for about three months, and since he has had it off the rupture has not showed at all. I Yours truly, | MRS. G. SUDD A BY. Free Information Coupon Mr. C. E. BROOKS, 513C, State St., Marshall, Michiflan, U.S.A. Please send me by mail, in plain wrapper, your illustrated book and full information about your appliance for the cure of rupture. Name Address City or Town Province ............ ;