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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KTVR T H B 1; E T H B H ID oE I) A VI E tt A I f) MONDAY, MAY 17, 1916- Mr. and Mrs. Guy I'nyson have l lie vu'i'k-rnil in I.eth- Mis. I'aysnn's .Mr. ;iml Mrs. (ic'ow Calfiavy .MlHTUli. Ligtitoa [romilie Races of theWorld This Man is First In freedom frdrri decay of teeth the brown'.Maori, leads the world. the white man's sound he, never cleans his teeth. He.eats whatever suits his cool New Zea- land yields: 'Kukupa, Kaka; Weka, Putangi- tangi'their turn. Shark-steak, birds roasted on the spit and wrapped in grejen.'leaves to keep their flavor. Why do the. teeth of British school-children show as much decay as his? We will' tdj 'you further on. The Esquimaux and the Indian it Fat and fish and .bird and twenty different kinds of plants. These in the main form the Esquimaux' meals. And he ranks second in having good teeth. And third comes our own Canadian Indian of the bleak Northwest He eats a good deal Esquimaux. _ Other races ranking high in the soundness ot their teeth are Fuegians, Fyians, Chinwans of Jakuns. J But we of Some years ago .the British'Dental Association examined the teeth of English and Scotch cousins to the boys and girls of Canada. had some decay of the teeth as against for the adult Maori and for the Esquimaux. question stares us in the face. Must we eat Jike the Maori or the Esquimaux to gain more, freedom from decay? True, their are much their living much clqieer to Nature. But that does not account for the tremerfdous difference between 1.2% and Leading dental authorities give us the follow- ing answer to our problem. Races having the best teeth chew foods which excite the salivary glands. The Canadian Indian of the Northwest chews wood of the sugar-pine. The Maori flavors foods with the juice of the tutu- another keen exciter of the salivary flow. The human saliva is Nature's own mouth- the best conserver of the best since man began. This may be news to you, but there is more: Saliva not only neutralizes the acid which istoe worst enemy of your teeth-it wars as well on many of the germs that enter the mouth through air and food. It is one of Dr. Nature's own fine preventive medicines. Too frequently the diet of civilized man exerts a depressing influence on the salivary glands. It is here that the use of chewing gum comes into its own with honors. It helps to maintain the mouth and teeth in all their natural health. It fights against what dentists call "oral (mouth) stagnation." It is a needed friend :to modern man; When YOU Chew Gum of us-chew gum for pleasure. But all of. us 'who "use our motive, are getting benefit from' it Gum is serving us a mighty good turn. Can your gum be too pure for you too dean for your mouth Assuredly no. And it should be very tasty, tcfo, because it is flavor which coaxes the tooth protecting, mouth cleansing saliva.. It is for these reasons that Sterling Gum is entitled to your welcome. Sterling Gum is of the cleanest flavored through and through by the secret Sterling pro- cess, with the highest grade peppermint flavoring. Sterling Gum is produced, in spotless by spotless machinery guided by men and girls in spotless garments. Sterling Gum made and wrapped right here in Canada. Always free from grit -always delicately smooth in body-Sterling Gum earns a nghtrul place in every top right hand drawer of every sideboard in Canada. Its flavor ts deltgkttul. M.D.8., L.D.S. Made in Canada FRESHING PEWEEMINT The Sterling Gurn.Company of Canada, Limited liraclicallv com- social uumiiiK loinnrrov. in flit? Masoni ladies of Jlanle l.wif Chap- .K.S. Xu inviuuions iiiv- lieins l, Ilia affair lieing uOlifiimd t" licrs o'' tlui and llieir bus- s. Chanter also lieon invited lo allcml. Kishl o'clock Is tin; The ma magi' oi Miss K. Cogland In Air. Davidson took place at .Coleman un .Monday nighl. Miss i Cogland was formerly connected with the teaching staff of the Blairmorc public school, later holding a similar position at Kelllie, and tendered her resignation lo the Colemau hoard on tlie'eve of her marriage. Mr. David- son is mine manager with the Inter- i national I'oal 1'iikf Co. at Cole- Knuirprise. What was probably the happiest, and rertalnly was the niosi unique, social i function of the -season, was that iBiven on Saturday night, "lien Mrs. J. I B. Boniton entertained a detachment of the bovs of the 'Jiith Battery. C.F.A.. who have been encamped in this city 'for some months, and are on Ihe eve 'of departure for "an unknown destina- tion" en route lo the battle-front in 1 [.'landers, al her spacious home on 'Sixth street South. Along with a few other invited guests, the Battery boys. to the number of twenty, enjoyed Mrs I Bollon's hospita-iity to Uie full, and i Ihe ring of sincerity was plainly mark- led' in their voices, when the boys s-iiiB as soldiers only know how to She's a Jolly Good Fellow" at Uie conclusion of Uie'evening's jol- The early ;arl of this evening was occupied with progressive whist being played at eight table.. At the end it was found that Driver .1. Holtord and Gunner Nixon were men. and to them fed the tirsr. and second prizes, respectively. Driver Witherbv was the popular consolation prize winner. The ladles' prizes, first land second, went to Mrs. W. P. Ro> and Mrs. J. Jones. After "cards" to I The requested call of the Battery boys, the famous "We want some a stfendid supper was served The re- that the flattery's camp, where- lever located, will always he a jolb i "'The hostess was assisted al the sup- per hour bv Mrs. C..I. Miller and Mrs. P Roy and Sergeant Perry s as- sis'tan'ce gfeativ added to the enjoy-. iment of the evening, and was j predated by the hostess. Ounvor Hansen, who underwent, an operation al the Gait hospital on Saturday, is doing well. Mr and Mrs. Radley are re- Uoicing "vnr the arrival ot a son to- 13lh Dr. lor Mission circle and their mothers'. The drawine room and tea room was prettil? decorated with hyacinths and other flowers. The hostess was assist- ed by the members of the j The Ottawa Free Tress, sayl David Warnock, M.I'., has left lAlontreal. where he is joined to th. Hritish Remount Commission. Jin. Warnock and her, children will spend the summer in Pinchot Creek. The Historv and Current Events, section of. the Mathesi-s club meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs IK. Robertson, 630 Hlh street south. The Alexander Gait Chapter of the h O D E are collecting old linen land cotton suitable for jpital use, and ask that all who have 'anv to give lo kindly leave it at, "sth street south this week. The Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D F' will meet for sewing tomorrow afternoon at 423 Sth street south. The Willard W. C. T. V. meets with Mrs P Kane 16th street north to- morrow evening. This meeting will take the form of a mothers meeting land will be addressed by Mrs. Fran- Would Sink The Mauretanid Too New York, Mas the reception that will be accorded to the United States demand for a stoppage of the submarine warfare, the New York World has the following dis- patch from ils Berlin correspondent "The Mauretama 01 anj other Brit ish liner will be torpedoed, sunk auc meet the same late as the LusiUnm if our submarines can reach them and that they can has been demon- 51 "We will continue to wage war against Bngland isith tlie same re- Irntlessness and romorscleiiness she is wagiiiR wai against "Xothing will deUr us flora that calla'1 ocviate from that course, iixcept England b declared n high German crnnient oilicial asked thi 'tutute submarine jolitj -ftould ;