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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 THE LirTMBrtlDGE DAILY !!F.RA?.r> PAGE KlN-K LEWOGEOIRLSJAKE ' PRIZES IN W.C. IU. CONTEST 5 ' r The tolloTvfng are tlie ArBt-prin ea-asLYB in ihe ahhual I^rdTlhciilirW.C. T. U; contesi which was put on last' May. 'Xhe winners' were Jessie Hamilton, Grade Xtl,' eind Brelyn Hamilton, qirade X, both aaughtera pt Mr. ofad tita. W. L. Hamilton ol this city. The prize In thp public school essay wai� a plendid composition won by Myra Herber, Grade VIII, ot Dldsbury. U theClgarette Habit Compatibte with the Highest Moral and' lntenco>', tuar Development?" ' Yo4 cannot build a-flne house and lay the foundation afterwards. The foundation of a nan is a boy. Boyhood is the most important part ot lite. is the character-bBlIding time. This brings the 'question, "Is the cigarette cotnptttlMe-wi^h the highest mbral: said. Intellectual devtfopmept of'the bpy,"''6r.wUh the building of a sound foundation' tor; the manhood ot the nest generation? It you are ih doubt I will convince you that there, is.,but one answer. When tfibacco was ''first introduced into Butxtpe-tt was opposed by many priests, 'sovereigns and learned men and the piractice Was met by the severest opposition. tlBQTB of totmcco were to^urad ia.Ryasia, executed In Turkey and lined ann imprisoned in 8witzerlimd.~ ' ifames^ I, ot Blngland, published a proclamation against the use ot tpbaecap, .describing it as harmful to the .'bt'alngnd and-&.litUiBuJDaL�t..lbe other. Pr^i-'dent Hyde of Bowdon College says of it.'-^ThetBbacBo-habit is injurious to health,; tvieholanhlp and to char-!aeter,t It; .waakoaa . the wUI, dimin-I'ishea the >9)r�r of mnilicatlon and low-.jers the tOne_of_thought and feeling. m o Juffer? Yoh have friends who' ire distonr-gel,' wk1� seem'ttfhav^ lost an later-tst in life, and vWhose^ sufferings are cntfrrbfcanse-they are, afifUqtediWjih KMney ' relief fr^m hif pain after taking: the ; first box.; . 1 There lis. np need for anyone to' i iavsst a fcent in Gin -Pills until they ; have received a sample free and tried i them, aa Mr. Harris did. 'Write today, i telling us to s^n^V .�.�u>pl� hox free to. ' your zriekd's address. ThJ National Drug & Chemical Co. ; of Oana^ar-Iiimitedr'Toronto, Ontario, i tl. S. residents should address Na-Dru-: Co.. lac. ^(l^IJainftt,, Buffalo, N.Y, m r�iit^^ple until Fr'Stowach IXsotdets,  irStones Stones, __ until, those � ^_^tta�1ts^ific .wiU^oute.iUtiMtat'pain or operation. For, 9�e;*thbrldge, Alta.v liiSi'OMMll^^^^oROiiio out Bxcessive smolceiB uru unil^rmiy popr aoholars." \ The younger the boy is, the more traglcaltbe effect. Prof. W. A. Mc-Keaver lays: "Of the many hundred tabulited oases in my profession, several of the very ybuthful ones have been reduced almost to the condition of iinibeolles." Dr. Daniel H. Cress tells the Story ot a lad of thirteen, a, victim ot the oigarotto, brought to Harper's Hospital. Detroit, for trea|rtnent. He appeared a lad of only nine, stunted physlcaliy,-mentally and morally. The nurse who assisted him asked the boy: "flow long have you smoked cigarettes?" to which he replied: "Since I was two years old" .Shq said, "Who' taught you togmoke?" "My brother," he answered. 'With considerable om-phasls the nurse replied: "Your brother ought to be in jail," to which the boy quietly saiH, "He Is." How hard for boys thufe brought up to form gobd'moral characters. Naturally they associate with their kind which leads to the pool room, gambling and crime. In the t far the largest number of fases this was caused by cigarettes. Now, at several navel train-iup stations smoking is prohibited. Tbe cigarette. habit ruins a boy's bdsiness prospects, Iin many cities men refuse to employ boys .who smoke cigarettes. In others busin;ess men have formed associations pledging to keep no cigarette users in. their employ-, ou the ground that the average cigaretle;^.'fiend is 'so inefficient, dis-l honest, and unreliable as not to be worth.hiring, . . . , ; I think that since the cigi^rette is such a great evil' our'fO'vernrterit should pass a law prohibiting the importation, sale, and use'of: tobacco in any form. Also the children Jn School should be taught the barm done both to body and mind by the Cigarette; EVELYN HAMILTON,  , \Grade X. i � tPiE harm 'of The XlG/f'rb-tte My object .is to point out to the youth of today the evils of the cigarette? .habitjS an|l iiOAv it; eWecjts.^hoip physieaqU of any small jjlpys p.jirse, .thousands of ,you34 lads have been overcome by the"^'ter-rible weed.--But it/s'not ks harmT&ss as it looks, for It contains a. poison and a jiicotine, which circulates iiltb the Wood with great rapidity' an.d' if. the youth does not persist against th|> use, of it, after he has once smoked the ' first cigarette,' liis appetite �will grow, and it generally leads to cbti-tinual and increasing use. � It has b.sen evident tliat during the growing period of life, tobacco iS-tnore susceptible "to the injurious efCjjot than upon t'hose of full age. Palpitation and iTregularity of the heart, known' as "to bacco heart," is one of/its m'ost coh- .-y^--...........-------- 4, - '> I f�& |ll*Ub>tVE'EN: SPIRIT , n ,'l�; L�YHBRIDGE. V ? ? : '^''^ ^'> ; : ? : ;time,ha in twenty-one. His intelleotual power will be reduced, and he will begin to grow careless, dull. :r-ilgsponsiblg,''*"-'*-"-' - - .-^ sl'/MsJ-jthjnking %ncf a^'-S'r�^BpTBH, in. i^ny fiiSil ex-.^E^njinatibns. \ynen' otherwise .lie could nave su�^eedeff->^-'- ' , ' ' ; it is now~6*3.ASiit thatithe smoking of cig^arettes-jltB",injurious.both physically and .m(ai'f9J.ly,-but not. only does 4t.9ffoct-.t^e; p^^^epn -who is indulging ;iia.th"e."filt.hy.Jiabit, but it often .shows: 'itself ^n a'"Selfish jlisregard for the rights of others.^ _The_.smoker has no "right* t'd'Vn'ak'e'lh'e'air abpffrfiling unfit .for..otl^era,to ..breathe witff'bis tobacco '.Smpk'e, or to politit?, th?" ali" jbf.'Public 'place|; whichi ^thjersv-.are':'obliged to .sh.Sre.'-w'itli-^lVJiffijJ'So We' can. plainly see that 'cigaVene8'"are in nP wise of aity< benefit to'a person, and. if young boyl,.U$sir6.t6 be;Mf6ng; athletic, well de'yMplie^. aiid ^vin?a;'-wor'tby and hon-*a:ble'position'tn-liffe,' they "must banish'the cigarette.. - � ^'-JMYRA HERB13R', (Grade ViJI), ' ' " � ' :' Didsbury." Thi- ccsyjll cud foot ccmjorlprmnded by (Ms hroad toe last apptcj to a large class of m.-n. Straight-laced . . ^ or Blucher, black or bro'jin leather. $6x)0 to $10.00. i Your Safest Guide to Value IN buying shoes, unless you yoursel-f are an expert, you must take sonidbody'.s word for value in th^pi-. Price ^lone-'is not a safe guide, for pricds today are determined by such a broad sweep of . abnoriftal conditions. The "looks" of the shoe will not; assure ybu of -value, for itswearing qualities are mostly invisible. ^ y' � -You will seldom be led astray if you will go to a reliable dealisr and beriefit-by his advice based on knowledge- and'experience. If;in addition you "H'ili see'that the manufacturer's trade-m'aflc is on the shoes you buy, you will have'double assurance of service and , .satisfaci;idni .' ,. ' ;: TKe mauufiicturer''s trade--niark is a direct guarantee to you of ..�.,;SJi.oe ,c},u9,.Iity a.t fair prices', and it is the strongest possible eActorse-if :;jitieilt^of;;|feii^-dcalei''s judgmentvof \'�lues. It is )four safest guide to -'-'':siei-vide-a^d