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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVUM PIER 2, 101� 1'HK T.l'rilliKIDr.K DAILY PAGE NINE LETHBRIDGE GIRLS T PRIZES IN WHO, CONTEST Tim follnwiiiR urn the flmt-prize es-iiyn In tho iiimuul I'rovlnciuiW.C. T.. U. content, which wn� put on lust Muy. j Tho winnorfl were Jesalo Hamilton, Grade XII, and F.velyn Hamilton, Urmia X, both daughters ot Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hamilton of this city. The prize in Hip public Hchool es��y was u splonillil composition won by Myra Herlier, Qrntlo VIII, of Dldabury. U the Cigarette Habit Compatible with the Highest Moral and Intellect tual Development?" Yoi\ cannot build a Ann house nnd lay the foundation aftorwnrds. Tho foundation of a rann Is a boy. noy-hood In tho motit Important part of life. It Is the chftractor-liulldliiB timo. Thin hrlnKB tho question, "la tlio c.Ik-arotto compatible with �ho hlRlicst moral and Intellectual devrflopmojit. of tho boy," or with Uio liuilillnK of a Bound foundation for the munhoud ot tho next generation? If you aro in doubt 1 will convince you that thsrc Is but one answer. When tobacco waa first introduced Into Europe, It -waa opposed by many priests, soverolffns and learned men and tho practlco was mot by tho severest opposition. r*.or� of tobacco were tortured In RujibIo, executed In Turkey and fined and Imprisoned In Switzerland, Jamei 1, of England, published a proclamation against the use of tobacco, describing It as harmful to the brain, hateful to tho nose, dangerous to the lungs nnd injurious to the cyos. The Rt. Honorable Uladstonu detest-oil tobacco. Ho was Joined In his dislike for tho weed by tho great Lord Salisbury, The well known physician Dr. Cliaso says: "It Its use continues to Increase In the next century as It has for tho last decade, we Bhall I greatly fear, be the next thing to a nation of Imbociles." Tho condition Is truly appalling xhen we reallzo that tho consumption of cigarettes In Canada la Increasing at tho rate of one lui nil red million a. year. So Mr. II. Sterling: Pomeroy, A.M.. M.D.. writes. The time for lazy optimism is passed, the Um# for scientific aelf-sacrlllclng:, energetic action has come." Now what is this cigarette and why have these people *o donounced 11? A humorous definition Is: Tho clftnretto Is a little roll of le�Te*. in a little bit of papsr, with  little Are at onowid �nd a little fool At the other. President Hydo of Bowdon College says of It: "The tetnera habit Is injurious to health, to scholarship and to character. It weakoaa the will, diminishes the power of application and lowers the tone of thought and feeling. Have You Friends Whojuffer? You have friends trlio aro discouraged, who teem to cave lost all inter tut in life, and whoso iiiflnringii ar�  cute-becauso they aro afflicted iri^li Kidnoj or iiladder troublef Here is your #olUcn opportunity to bo n real friend to yoiir friends. Tell them about Gin Pills, what they have done for others, nnd ulmut tlie thousands who have found relief by tnliinj; this remedy. Persuade your friends to try them, if only a sample box. Mrs. .laiuri* llarri? of Port Itomin took the mlvii-e of a friend and wrote us for n fre* cample. Hear iu her own words tho result: "My husband had suffered tor �omi> time with lame buck mid Kidney Troubles. He became so bad, work was almost impossible, ho many remedies were tried without effect that he became tlimour-a^ed. A friend advised him to give Qin Pills a trial, which he did, uitd today ho is almost entirs-ljr cured." Th� ease of T. Baldwin, of Smith tillt, Out., is similar in many respects. Mr. Baldwin suffered from a pain in tlis b�cV for over three years, finally on advice from friends he tried Gin 1 'ills, with the result that he obtained relief from hit pain after taking the first box. There 'is no need for anyone, to Invsst a cent in Oin Pills until the; have received a sample free and tried them, aa Mr, Harris did. Write today, tellian us to iqnd a sample box free to your friend's address. Tie National Tirng & Chemieal Co. of Canada, ljimlted,'Toronto, Ontario. U.S. residents should address Na-Dru-Co.. I�e., 200 Main 8t,, Buffalo, N.Y. jij Nmr-Failiaf Rtntjjr i�r Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, AppcndicUU aud. Kidney Stouts art often cauaed by Gall Stones, and mislead people until tbote bad attacks of Gall Stoue Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall etoM Sufferers' knows what is the trouble. MarUtt's Specific . wilt cure without pain or operation. For Qale;�t all Drug-glita, ttecommendad by J. 6, Hlninbotham aV Co., Limited, OrugilaU, Lethbridge, Alta. J.W. MARLATT&CO MOMMfe ST, TORONTO Excofifllve Hiuokcis, an nnilm tuiy iioor scholars." Tho younger thn buy in, tho morn tragical the effect. Prur. W. A. Mc-Kaever says: "Of tho many Imndrml tabulated cases In my profession, several of tho very youthful oium huvo been reduced almoHt to tbu condition ot '.mbeclles." Dr. Daniel II. Cress tolls the story or a lud of thirteen, a victim of the olgarutto. brought, to H.irpnr'H Hospital. Detroit, for treatment. Ho appeared a lad or only nine, stunted physically, mcutally and morally. The nurse who assisted him asked tho boy: "How long havo you smoked ciRar-cltes?" to which ho rnplied: "Since 1 was two yoars old." Hlic Huid, "Who taught you to smoke?" "My brothur," he nimworod. With considerable otn-phaahi tho nurso replied: "Vour brother ougl't to ha In Jail," to which tho boy iiuiotly sarta, "Ho Is" How hard for boys thus hrwiftht ii|> to form good moral characters. Naturally thoy associate with their kind which leads to the. pool room, wimbling and crlmo. In the tf>n year old we havo tho criminal in tho making. In tho daring dosperafio wo have tint finished product of thn clRarettc. It. is not merely a criminal tendency '.hat. Is developed, it. develops an actual derangement of the brain cells and causes Insanity. The saddest part of all is that it makes them Irresponsible bolngs with on annuo of the seiiniis-noss of the offences they commit. It encourages prematura manhood in boys long before thoy are ready for it, thus entailing many serious results. The longer that the boy yields to this cigarette of course the worst is tho effect. The. cigarette tieiel becomes disinclined to exert himself and noglectK proper exercise, ho grows cure-less, dull and irresponsible; ho loses Interest in honest spoils and In his Htudlea. This is all because his system Is supplied with poison instead of food. Consequently it is so weakened that tho boy loses the mas. tery of himself and hocomcs a slave to It. It has a fascination that cannot, be accounted for. upon any other principle than that of exhilaration, which Is In fact tho reason why it should never be used. It causes tin: boy to resort to almost any measure, often to stealing, to obtain this Innocent looking little "coffin nail." Tho record of fiftoen boys who were sen-toncod In one lot for crimes shows that ten of them had stolen to net clgnrettPH. A Judge ot the supreme court In New York stated that In one year, nine boys wore discharged from IiIb private office for stealing postage stamps to buy cigarettes. I Moreover, the results in school life jare equally had. Over n hundred years ago In Krance, Napoleon found ', that tho boys who smoked were so | inferior in physique, intellect and morals, that the use of tobacco win prohibited In all xeliools under government supervision. Today, Dr. Seuver, of Vale, says: "Out of our highest scholarship men only about five per cent, use toliacco, while of the in, ji who (In not Ket appointments about sixty per cent, are tobacco users. The kind of mind that penults It-t possession to become liddivled to u habit that is primarily offensive and deteriorating. Is the kind of mifd that will be graded low on general intellectual lasts." In addition Dr. 1). \V. Lewis said that In fifty years a tobacco user never took first honors in Harvard. It Is the tobacco smoking hoys who jflll the reform schools'. In the YA'hlt-'tier Keform .School, California, Dr. Coffin lulls us th�t ninety-eight per cent, of the boys that' have passed through the school were cigarette smokers. Those boys developed nervous symptoms which make It impossible for them to, study. They drop benlnd In their class work and then out of school. They have as little inclination to work as to'study "To. hacco is tho bane of schools and colleges and Increasingly so. Doys go down under its use in scholarship, in anlf-respoct. and in self-control," Is the testimony of Principal Bancroft, or Phillips Andovor Academy. ^Would you like to know what up-to-date business men think on the question? Thoy roalizn that no hoy who la a alavo to a little bit of paper and tobacco Is likely to make good with them. In Chicago a large association of business nitm pledged 'hem solves not to employ any cigarette smoking boys, because the average cigarette fiend Is ho inefficient and dishonest as to be not worth hiring. Suroly thla has been proof enough. Tho evidence given against tho cigarette holds equal!) well for tho girl, man or woman, as It has been proven to do with tho boy. "Our greatest glory consists not In nover falling but In rising when wo fall." said (iold. smith. Wo have fallen under the power of tho cigarette, let us rise again. JESS1B M. HAMILTON, Orado Nil. "THE HARMFUL EFFECT OF THE CIGARETTE" Perhaps of all the many great evils In our midst, which we aro fighting, tobacco, tho worst form of which is tho common cigarette, Is tho greatest. Tobacco does far' more harm than oven the gig&ntln enemy, dilnk. Tho cigarette Is 'especially harmful bqcauao It iij small. Innocent looking, and within the rango of the average small hoy's purse. The small boy sees his father, brother, and othor inon smoking and he thinks it Is thn proper thing to do. Almost all smoking la learned now with cigarettes uiul tho had offpcls are soon apparent. Tho first noticeable harm after a boy hag started to uso cigarettes Is that ho Buffers'from Jack of air. The delicate linings of the mouth, throat, and lungs aro irritated by the deadly nfcotlna in the tobacco nnd nro loss Inclined lo do their work. Thus the norvos which control the hioathlng nro partially paralyzed uiul the smoker doos not receive Iho necussury amount of oxygen.. When the lungs g�-t too little �lr tho heart boats Irrogiilnvly ami Die boy's blood Instead of being pure and bright red Is n purple color. Another very harmful effect of the; use of tobacco is that It nial:i':i the ; stomach more, active, in prepsrin't juices lo digest, the food and these' Juices urn secreted when they are not needed ami nro Itisitfticlenl when they are needed. Thus the boy digest �' Ing badly begins to he half slarv d, pnle und weak. He finds great difficulty in sleeping at tilghi aud In com-' lng disinclined to exert hlnc'll li" neglects proper i xereWe As. a result Of little air, a weak heart, too litll" Sleep ntld insuffleli-li! ex-f-r.-ise lie stops , growing as last as he -.'iiouhi. Mill, this is not ihi- worst; the ley's intellect. Is the next lo auffer. The. cigarette fiend liow grow, carele-t-. dull, and irresponsible; he Iomcs iitier-est In his .sports mid .> Indies; and thinks more and more aimut his cigarettes. He has In-i-nnii, s-itch a slav to them Ihal be often ri-vorts lo steal ing to satisty his craving. The most M'rioil.-; remit of clgar'-Ue smoking Is its effect upon Hie morals. Thn habit causes prrnirilin'e manhood, and the body and mind not being rendy for It. and not under.-tntiding it. leads to many �� v11.--. The in;. _ should control Hie l,ody but I' loo iVfcak and Ignorant to do so Records shov. thai � honl Inn; Aho smoke are inferior in every way ro those, who do not. Tobacco n-cts veiv raf ly are good in eirli. > '.oil; or athletics. They are nervous, i. poor memory, had manners, are slow thinkers, stand low in cla.- -' and a: >� often Mrtruthful. Very few of tho-o-who do not use cig,-ii'et;>-,mv , lt ibl. wa- ; J cigari tie fiend .,, in-ffl i-ni. di--|hc.i!i"l. and unreli ih|,, a.. no! to he ; worth hiring | I th!.'>l: .-bice ti], cigar M- h ' such a gi i at evil .,'ir' ; nv: :.'pi"it i should pa^s a law prohibiting the im-I portal ion. sale, in,,! u.-e of liibrvro in any fonn. Alio tlo- eliiidren in school j should he taught the burn) done huh ! to bnoy and mind bv the cigarette � KVKI.YN HAMIJ/l'DN. ! Crade X _ i THE HARM OF THE CIGARETTE My object '..^ in point out to the youth of today the evils ,.! i:." cjg-u-ette hahi:, and hnw ii ett'. t i tiie.n. | physically.'mciitally ami n:i1!all>, V\rH � of nil.' however. w-> inu-t l.c.ow of what It i- cotapo-i,|. li m -'.itnp'.v a small amount ot toia.o. i. Il.'il in a tbiu pice, of p,,p -. . - , i; !,,i,- Itl- j noccut, and i' in the ice'' of any j small hoy-; pin-a !-a, anil., of young lads have heci owia-one- h;, 'he i,m- ,;. ��� > trouble to Ihemselve-. SVe baldly v , think there were but |, v. of tho hid-TAG NAU-LOWE'EN SPIRIT : die,, out who n! thn apple-IN LET n B ft 100 U. ;, hut Hoy c-i -l .ipily did ha', ? > : :� �: : : : ; -.�. it ii thos" who dhiu'i happen m hi-.. i the apples bill who did hiu1 in tic ir ii ci rt,mi' heart i the love foi the i-oun-st. r s their par- and the spirit of youth Mint !:, n..... in-d routine, s.aiy to a unci . s, fa I Mallow Yit '" '' elirOlie .,n), ;,,,,, ,,,,.. ..,,, I,,,,,,,. |..|. i ii ,� v:;t- a gre it ly very Id l|e . | me ; |\e l'lhle Weed I'.'lt as it hinkf. and a in. otr e, the Mom! with the youth do, . j Use of it, aide: the tlrst ciy.are grow, and ii g. tltiual and im r, i; ,i,-. nut a. harmless , i c;r,..a  a poison \ h j,- h , .rciilati's into ere,.: ra,.ldit..' and if m.i per.-: �' a garnet the :i> !i.i: on. . .ill.oked .! �. hi- at'l.e'iito will !:,-rally leads to roll-| -i;u: ii.-s i l( has been evnleiu ta;,l durtr.'; the ; growing pi-rlo.l ot life, tohi' . ��> is unuv ; susceptible to the injurious eft eel than 1 upon itio.e of full age. I'elpii.r.hin and i irregularity (if the hear!, known as "to ' hacco heart Our "Kids" r i :i a the purii .. The-c. however lil.ay., effected, fit'  grin'. Ih. .'iml prod.: late 'if the system ly in irrpair ih' n. A i Ice bones g;i�; and '. "nit h I he g.; �. ; im; tuts time. ouiig h . i �I have .-iies,-d' j li i- . .'id.-ut is -,i : i - , of I'.gare':� .it,- iny.v ' > )�'!> ,�!>> '.jcallv ;.inl aser.i tlly. by ,r ' ,i, �- ,il, offeol iho |�,| .mi ,-, ;,. ,.. :,i.I 11 i:; in she tilth: t .it, but ..*  :  :. >* >. i;-. 'l in a � '1  >h .1" !'� �. : ,,e :i-ni-. ..; Tin. i.. i.t� 1 ri:,h! : i '.'i .' � : nidi.?. I 'o si'..ire Willi hi:,i. tin we ia'i ;'ani.'' ' -i � i ha; . -'..a i i, -s arc ::i no . , - i : l ;ip.v le'iiefi! in ,i person, and if :,.,!-us I hoy 1 llosil'f- be stl-ong. alhlcls . v. ell developed and win ;i worthy ami bun-(fable pasiti.iu ill lire, the;,- mii~! ban-i'h (lie ( i;;a!e';-:. AlVKA 1IKKHKK (i;radc VIII .. 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