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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR CJCTltflnBMK fiWLLT MONDAY. SKPTEMHEll 8. 1SWI Deralb j TnlV 10 iho vclcran through what, no o noi Ihe realize, end he will It DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor) and Publiiheri THE LETHBRtDGE HERALD MINTING "COMPANY, LIMITED Street South. Ltthbrldga i W. A. Buchanan eal and Manages Director rnnci Puslntss Manate TELEPHONES Office 125 Office 12 Member Audit Bureau of Subscription Rales: IHllT, delivered, per ivtefc -la Dalle1, delivered, per year 7.53 Dally, by year 5-00 Wetfely. br roatl. per year 1.50 Weeklj. br mail, per year to U.S. I.M Dates of eip'ry ot subscriptions ap- pear daily on address AccepL- papers after expiration dace Is our to continue IDS sub- VETERANS D THE GRATUITY. Some fcind or decision will, no doubt, be very soon made as lo ihe policy of the two ihousaud dollars and ho has been 1-? who has same can loll you so. J. Wiley Threshes 1C Dusheh to Ueouen With Good Attendance ibis aspect of the gratuity which has iu economic raliH. ibis the" nieu will receive JU least mcnelary recognition 10 which the Iralfe of them are eiitliled. will placed CQ their merlis wHh the ordinal.r ciUren. thus senilmc-nial claims fur preference, which leaves in the e.u- ploymeiil aside. There will be 111 ci- tuse for tradiue on "services render- ed" which J? abhcrein to ihe irue veteran. There is uothing ts undigni- fied in the request for the gratuity by Lhe U is viewed, ns n compensation for what they hate lost In a monetary way In ihe industrial markets through having enlisted. It is nut a question of sentiment, with them or u recompense Tor services bat a righiful and lawful compensation 'or opportunities denied them Through unavoidable absence in doing iheir duty. The true veteran in regard to the gratuity docs not exalt his services 10 ihe country but looks on the grat- uity aa what is bcuiestly due. He ,isks for no sympathy for he has done, in thai ii if what he as a mail was ealle-i to do, estimated it so. HP perf-cilr willing to stand his merits in competition with his with which lows. He Is sclT-rellani and neither, husband their loofcs to nor expects'pap food. (From Our Own XOBLtKORO, Sept. C- S. NoblD and daughter left OD Wtdnea- day for a month's visit at her home in Hawfccsburv. Ont. Mrs. AV. H. Dalglelsc of Grand View Farm is visiting friends In Eurnslde, Manitoba. Miss Korris has lalien up lier nciv duties in the telephono office. We underaljud the "Cenlral" Is 16 be rc- to Ihe office recently used by- Harris Co. Mr. J. Harris has taXen up his duties in Calgary in connection, with Iho new Harris-Noble Land Co. The head of- fice cf ihe company is to be in ihe Noble Foundation offices herf, and the general business office in Cal- Sary. Slxlesn Bushel Yield Siileen bushels oc wheat per acre is sood yield as we have heard of yet this year! That ia what Mr. J. Wiley threshed ou one field near Noble Cord. Crops are apparently much better around Nobleford than in the major- ity of districts, thanks lo the ihor- the farmers loots, on the gratuity In the way c-i without and other things. Wih lie knowledge of (his, which many have, the fact be denied. Still, whatever the moliverall honor to them for choosing the harder path.. II would be well it U could-be lefl there. But, unfprlun ately, this is not so. There are a'minpr- ily ot-these, who make the. most. u( w'jtiat they har_e done lor ulterior This reflects.on the others have no suchi.desire., The raen we speak of have .neither.sm.Bll. pnw- tltr nor seen ihe flash of a bayonet stirred in anger.-..Men who have had this experience are not to be desfjl: for lucre are services behind the fight ing line for which needed We do not allude Lo them but. those of the class who trade on Lhe [aci Ih; they enlisted. These are men whom lue veterans themselves speak ot as having held lobs and who have never been in the fighting areas. To give the big body of vcler ans credit, it Is men who make Ihe moat -noise and, ID and out o leason, proclaim 'Ihe fact that Ihe, h'kve rendered to Iheir cotln tfy which demand their qnld pro quo from the nation and lhc -community In other words, wHh this emphas oh what, they have done, they mak a ilommErclal asset ot what a. Rreal and noble duly which ever [nan worthy ot the name wonW Ufc a pride (n Colng, If nol presented b a disability which could nol be ovc without any thodghl of futur gain, c: recompense. To Ihe boja fide veteran, who ID the big majority, if IB sufflcle. Dial he has done his duty as a ma without -seeking lo Isaue a trump ull that he has done something wo rfeffuL That the (rue veltrjn lea7. (b public.opinion. He hafl DO deal (o parade his flrLucs. .'There IB no more modest man tlj the rntn who has B offered the I or lure ff in the trenches. There la man less Inclined to prcia his clafn on; the public. On ltd other han fhcre fs no'irian more Joud Voiced an more insistent on urging hla claim (tn the public than (ho man who em phasUeB [he service he has rendcrc his country when that service In great measure has been 6. service I relation to (he posalon h Was VlncCd In before tfe tnflslcJ the same, aad the receipt of Lhis grjiimde he will ever be.disupiob'.ed lens as-men e men and a nation is a nfttion. financial difficulties in the way of gratuity should be sought to be veicome even if it means a bonding heme carrying ihe further burden lo posterity which has much, if o[ more, from i' ID Lhe under, graded gratuities to the veitr-1 business proposition to counter- ans.t With ihem the question has It-en baliinre whai the slny-ai-home has a live and acme one. and bound' lo gained. And in this lie la right. remain so for some tiine uniil a final Uo gratitude (or whsit he has done, nn tiers I and ing Is arrived at. he- leaves that rightly to the peopi-2 f.re In the scheme financial difficulties which in fairness hare to be admitted. In Fegard io this, ii. has been ur-ed thai ihe same difficulties and would have faced the Dominion'had ihe war been prolonged and they would have had to be overcome. There Is one aspect of the gratuity scheme, if it can be carried out, which demands a consideration as a "public policy. IE Is lhat it will tend to allay present ucrest and dissatisfaction in ihe ranks or Lhe veterans. IL will put an end; lo whal threatens to be a Song drawn and complicated situation. 1 To be short it will put a finality LO clajms for consideration -which certain in jhe ranks of tho veterans will not cease to advance. These are the claims of preference to which many ol.them.are justly entitled. The Herald yields, to none in appreciation oLwhat Lhe boys who went to Hie hare done and ol the deserving to Uicy art "eii- litled. 'But ire are only saying whai isjrite and which the majorlly in the ranks of the veterans, I he'men who without any consideration bni that of joined Lo fight the battle for home and country will agree in, thai there were those to whom enlisting opened a way out of temporary dltfi cullles in the way of unemployment ar EcbieTed by ihe aid ol Lhe veter- we say this we may arid at if there are difficulties the wny of awarding the gratuity, i feel sure' tbc rclerans as reason ble men will accept the same if cou- nced. OLD STORAGE ND FOOD SUPPLY. Do packing plants manipulate rires? Thai they have' the power or'ao doing H.ls only "reasonable lo ssume by the'amoant 'of the food we are still a long distance behind .the irnsaled districts However, Irrlga ion needs no further arguments in ts favor Btier this year. School Starts School smarted again Itj Nobleford Public- School on Tuesday, Sept, 2nd, with-a good attendance. There promise of a very satisfactory con- LiiiURllon class. II Ihe neighboring district? were consolidated with the S. ihe-y would hare the advantage of the High School .depart- ment rlfht here In their'own school, instead of going off to Lethbrldge or The Xoblcford branch of the Mas onic Lodge held-their Erst regular monthly meeting since the" institution of this evening last, there is good, promiseol a flourishing branch here when-things gel, into full swing. The Xoblcford Women's rn'aLilute held meeLiiig- fall, at the- home of tletr presidenll Mrs.- R A. Hay. The wort for.IhG'coming season should be of every woman Jn the community, 'he- plans being to make a stiidy pf various Can adian authors works. The next meeling is Lo be devoted-to" the lite and poems ot E. Pauline Johnson (Tehahionwake) our ereal Indian po'etess.: xThe Red Society held a meet hey are inl.th't ically.-ln Ih'elr control. eld 'in the month .e habii" of hating, prac- The J by these acerns, according to the report ol he Qost of Commission, should rove interesting. "There" are reamery and l.J86ffl31 pounrts pounds afry bulttr in cold storage. This is pproilmately one one quarter lilliob' pounds more than Lhe total eported for. a year ago, while Ihe ecords for August. 1917. shows "thai nly 12.250.l2-l pounds were reported L .that time.' Moreover, from our winters'.supply pf last year over sii million pounds 'were commandeered rbm rairprodtlctlon beaidea the large mounts taken but of wholesale slqcfcs ur the British Ministry of Food In :hc- uhimer and early fall by the Canada Board. Oleomargarine stochs, E uaijal, are aboul equal to one third pound's.' slock amounts J_i la natural thn: iocks of cheese are increased over ast, monlh, -hut they are also S.J.ol er cent'greater, than a year ago. Ncsv il ths- British price has dropped for :05e) thig leaves a large amount of ood -food -that should ho made avail- ble for Canadian consumption at prices. "The eggs in cold storage JmounL Lo boul last month, 71 dozen. This is 13.62 per cent. bore lh.e amount stored laat August n-spite of the extremely high prices I which eggs have storagfe his year. EggF on band.oLher than n cold' storage amount lo ing ou Wednesday finish up the work ol Uie Society. Messrs. C. S. Noble, J. Slur ray, and E. C. Craniilcun motored to Ronalane on 5, to attend Ihe nn n 112.1 picnic of the Canadian Land am Irrigation. Co., Rocalane is about 2T miles west of Medicine: cpjitre of the irrigalion'system there. :Local ehowers in this, Ticinity on Thursday. There is -still a alight breeze in Nobleford.' ._ ______ ji-opc omrmLmo LAKut dozen. Tbls is'111.07 per tent, great- er Ihan on July lat and -19.03 per ccnL. greater, than a year ago. The stocks of frozen eggs, which are a product or commercial confectioners amount o pounds. The lolal Flocks of pork on blind amount lo 39, pounla. This Is aboul the average of Ihe stock carnei! during the last two year-'. A some-' whal larger proportion is In proccaa of cure this year-than laut, altthough about the'same amount as lasl month Thla amo'jc? in process of cure, or In! Hie process of being manufactured. IS by (ar Ihe largest slngln item and about one-hall lolal The froten pork stocks are pounds, and aweel- Dlcklctl equftla poumla. Thcac are not do the poor Canadian consumer mucb good until Lhc price of pork and live hogs as well comes down materially. "The stotha of hect LoLal 20.QH.117 poundg. This is about onc-thlnl of the greatest amount recorded as being In slorage.at any one Lime. In Canada during these two years. Of thla ciiianlUy arc in process of cure and nrjt.in.colO' tlornge; 462 pounds are" pounda are unfrozen fresh1, beef, and "r pounda are frozen fresh hecf. We i happy to note that Ihfcrc has ___ ftionthly a material drop In the whole- sale price .ol The consumer and retailer should ece to IL lhat I !a carried out to Ihe consumer's price. "Mutton and Inmb stochs totnl pounds. Thi.i la 2iL0 cenL lees than a anr] 43.73 icr fhah .a ytar ago. Of hfa 'poiindn arc frozen. Milk River Cattle Co. Shipped Thousand Head In the'Past Week {From Our Own Corrcs_ _ _ _ ETZIKQM, Sept. .Dor Sen-all Has left Lo teach school Uurdottc. Mr. and Mrs. Frad'ktsh moLore down from Forcmoat on Mbnriar visit their daughlcr, Mrs. Henderson The River Cattle Co. shippe thousand head of callle fro to. her Friday. Everyone Is glad to hear Mr3. Cliff Scwall 13 recovering so fast from he operation. >g Joan McKenzIc has left for th east. We had 2 fine fain here night. It'left walftr lying IL ia" surprising the loads of.gra lhat are coming iri co idering the dry year we've had, Mr. and Mra. Hyrlm left for Wlnn peg on Tuesday. Mr. Bert -hag gone lo sec hi ihfl north. 7ith Dank and new School Millionaire Town Will Put On Airs RICKED UP IN SSING TBI BDIT UAH Kitchener has raised tho yrlct or Lo' IL.35 tcel. The Port Arthur imlp a company to ndd a to III Industry. Paper r mill (Prsw Our O'nu Sept. memhers ot e church choir gave a farewell Mr. ClayloQ Johniton on the his ddrarture for Calgary, ul H. BJ'S residence. Mr. Johnston and'hls ster left on Thursday, much lo the Eret o[ a largo circle of friends. A eoclal by way of recep- on lo the now pastor ind Mrs. PiXe. as c'vea by tlie Indies of the church i Friday evening and pfortd an un- ually entertafnlng affair. The prc- am me was moil unique, coDilsllflg rJ nc I pally of subjects (or diicusslon, ach person present heing required to avc a partner [or each item. Such iiins, subje'cts as "The Weath- 'The Book 1 Lasl ''Chew- .5 "My Earliest Rccollec- ona." "School Days." etc., vere in- uded. Mrs. Iverson rendered a solo her usual sweet manner nod had lo espond to an encore. Mr House, a "elshman, and Ihertfore a born nger. also sans a solo and an en euro. r. l-'uice wai a very efficient chalr- Helen Victoria Lyon, daughter Mr. Omar LTOQ ol BaroiiE, and Mr. lyde Alvan McLcao, son of Geo. Nobleford, vrere married at last week by ihe Rev. and have taken up ihslr res: ehce at Nobiefonl, wherfi Mr. .Me- has rented ME father's farm. The School board has found it neces- ary to rent LManhaltan Hall for school urposes, the sch'ool building and Lhe lass rooms built adjoining it bein? nsufficient to accontodRte the grow- ng jtivenfle populallon. The Merchants1 Bank management ave proved their faith in the Uarons (strict by purchasing a silo for ank building. They now own the orner facing the hotel, on Main street nd plan to erect a modern, brick milling in the spring. The new bank nd the school building >rhlch he Fchool about to lei ie contract for, will mark this town s one ot the most progressive i ou them Alberta. Mr; Dert Gpw IIELS as Tisitors bis alher'and sister from Delrlot. I MONTREAL. Sept. S. Gross earn ngs o[ the Canidiin National Rail ways for the period Au were an ihefeise- ol SG ornr the same 'period last year Troin Jan. 1, 191HT to dale the gfos earnings have tolalled an ncrease of compared with the earnings ot lie" correspondins period o[ 191S. Canadian PaciGc Hallway gros earnings ajr increase ovc Lhe correspondlnB'mpnlh a yeark ag> of or 15.2 per Trafli earnings 61 the Orand Trunfc were J-2-J.333.1SO, an increase of or 4.21 per cent. Returns follow: Heads Gross. Canadian Paclfio Railway H.769.000 Grand Trunk nail- way Canadian National Railways an Xullonil cxhlbUiou at- (or tho [IrsL Meek totalled OJ.OOO. bakers hare reduced the rice ol bread Lo leu cents a loif. In 10 pasl two loares sold for cents. York township Is asking the Hydro arrange uegoLlfttlons vvLlhud will hare his heailciuarlers io Jutura al- Reglna. he la one which heeii created for tho convenlcuco Ihe laroierd. Wiloy, Company, Lid., of 'Inulpes. liavo purchased' Ihe 6lc- ntors of the Midland Orsin Company Darluiefonl. niid Swan ie and 'will opcralrj aftnie this 5ca- on. Tho b.v-law submitted by Ihe ccvln- I ot Iho rural municipality of Hob- n to provide for tho building at on. p-tonlata rink In Iho towli of Cari- rlghl was carried, by n hopulur ma- rlty when subriilttcd lo tho rato- lycri. The Fort Francos Fish company i as been .incorporated w1t.li tho Ob' carrying on a General fish1 uelness. Operating fiahlne Heels anil wntne fishing srouiids and properly. nd lo do all other business In conacc- i on with thai trailo. Tho Meaforj AVocllcn Mills has re- eivcd an order (or 17.000 yards ot haVI frieze, auout [or he Greek army. The Catholic Ills hop of RIpoii has inVieled a waysldo cross to Imperial nd Canadian soldiers, subscriptions or Which came largely-from Canatl- ans. The rale cf tailtlon In the munici- jillty of Wcilbourhe, Mail., for tile iar 1919, will be 55 mills on'tho dol- N _ V The Berioii, Man., nonsolldaled icbocl diitrict has petitioned Lhc municipal council of Landsdownc lo lake action lOr dlseolullon jind return o the sniall rural school.' The jown council of Humboldt hav- ,f recolred an offer for the planing nilll property, U has decided to In- vite further offers for the preruisC3j alEO'Ior the old Ilro hall building. N. M- Palcrson has been re-elected president of the Fort William nnd Port Arthur grain cichango, and D. Bole clcclod Tlco-prcsidcnL. Chas. BIrXelt remains eecratary-trcastirer. The bams of J. J. Johnson, Morris hare been destroyed by Tire. IriMhe barn were five horses, which Mrs. Johnson iiiccecded tn getting out. The cause of the tiro Is unknown. S. Fiddler, of Winnipeg, has been appointed tax collector, apsessor and assistant to lhc towrt clerk The Pas, Prior to enlisting, Mr Fiddler vas of The Pag schools. John Kinc, Belgian coneular agen at Fort William, has been decorated by the king the Delgtane, who has conferred upon him the title "Chevalier oE the Order of Lha highest order in Belgian honors. A marble monument has-teen erecL od at Kelllhcr lo Ihe memory of Lhe mtn killeil in France, Tho memoria Increase VICTORIA. Selp. near CouflenlT, Can- ada's pioneer coriiniunity'soldier seV tlemcnl, luk than tl< mbrUhi olrl, delivered Its first of pro- duce. loftslgr.rasnt'ot mixed veget- ables arrived at Ihe'oniccJ 'of the pro- vincial land settlement hoard this morning, Experts ID 'agriculture have pronounced the sample collection as niacnificcnL 11 Is dremcd lo he a practical demonstration that tlie com- munity plan at Merrllle'wili be an out- slandlng triumph fdr-the eoldlcrtar- TOWN PLANNERS TO MEET OTTAWA, Sept. joint meel- Ihe United Stale's and Cana- dian town planning Initllutlont, will be held here on Oclober 17 and 18 .Mr. and Mrs. Wcat motored lo' Lhe when a large number Of United Slates him. lie ihan.i A report From Ihe Jienarttnenl Kduoalion shows that with" tho Opei ng of Lhe lerm, a numhe oL. appllcallons Save come In from small towns and villages lhat arc In (.reducing high school -work on the: curriculum. Statlillca show lhat only [ivo pe cenl. ot Lhe rural puplle graduntin [rom puhllc. school enter the hie schools, and in order Lo pul hlghc educallon within the reach of all rura pupils. Ihe Government al the acsslon of (tin legislature, assume .he responslbillly o[ paying the fee of all non-resident pupils nttendln ilgh echool ;n Alberta, Thin cllmln ales tho feeling thal'hnft c.-iiatcd I towns and cities where our nig schools were operating, that counlr pupils were helng discriminate by being asked lo pay fee Tho hydro-ele.clric commission of said to bo ready lo take ver mid operate tha street railway ysleras of 1-Vrt Wilfinm and I'ort rthur. Tbo suggestion Is' under aJ- Iseraent of lha councils of lite twin Itles nt the head of the Inkcs. The [irst Lo Lhrcah near Mauitou.__________________ b8-5'OPPEd' "'b TO USERS OF VICTOR RECORDS! WKj pride oun elves on our prompt, courteous ser- vice. We wnnl you for a customer. Over Records To Choose From Mail orders promptly tilled, postage Every re- :nnl insured against Iniakigt. tor G12 pase cataHfiii. -HftSOH R1SCH, UNie BaTrneml Block "The Komo o( tho _ j :ODI his threshing oulflt was c Llclj: markcled anj BrnJcil N'o. L orthcrn. il ,j-as itclivered iy fcddie Ihe son of lion, Tlhur Meigben. ;ippc.ifpii in Iho woods. The and An Irrlinllon srlicm.' for Ihe cnllrc Grand Porks valley, Lhnl would In- volve an estimated expenditure of J3CO.COO. Iho money for which wouM n- nl M ,h T" 1, "J PrC5''" nine enl of the assocleuon. ft making nil inchcs. Thn tlumo or plpo .rrarvBcmcnls tor the galnerine, j [way to Dam-ilia and Ihence Iho dls- Wlien Larsen. HIB man tuhcn nl Lriliullon lake .place Ihro'jsli mines.-near Mounlain park, oul tho valley. The oatlmated an- by DclectlTO Carnrhell. o[ Bdmonton, nual cost or (lie project to the 'arm- printed on a charge or holding up In era of Iho valley would he. from Edmonton arid suspected by Ihe jiollco lo per acre, and with this ol having shot Lhc policeman, 'Nixon. oullay It is proposoJ lo set aside a who died Ihe neit day. was being sinking [nnd ror a 40-year bond issue ought Edson, he threw himself so that at llic end ot lime tho rora tho gasoline ancejer in which system wguld lio. the properly ol the ho was heing taken to Edson, anil be- ranchci-s of Iho dislrlci. Good Cows' Milk on the prairie If tpeni-yoar childhood OB-in Ontfrio and rict TjfiVfreih'milt Tf grade cows ivell cired fin That's theLind ofmilk-ireuBefor CarniitonMillr, Juit it comes from ihe dairy we tviporate it TO comiiLcncy bf lilcinp anif i larpt pirt of wiler, but nothing else. .Then ttt it in in-tightlini itttllilc it to thai it Lecps fruh for icrcnl months. yon'cin boy Cimc- tion Milk enjoy irwl You cm ic in every waf jtiiiuteordiniry milk tixl crum. Ai it comet from the cm, it ind Hit comwltrrcy [olcreacn. Add water, and it is rich, freth miltc, Carnation Milk Co., Aylmer, Ont. U.S.A. timrr mi oni. 1 JUKI 14-11 while resident pupils were given Ire tuition, whlcn .was, 6( course, coverc by (axes paldl The Government has now made ar.it'le for the amaHcst villages an towns to undertake high school by giving a special grant of abovR tho ordinary gmnl of per room, lo room a class of or more where high school work Is being taught, no matter whether the work Is being dona nn ordlnary hlgh school, a consolidated sclifri] on Monday wllh their daughler. 13 going to school there. Foster and family has Saskalcliewan. _ rvey McKenzic motored to ?ifodi-Hat on Runday lo sec his planning clperts Are expected to aljcnd. One of tns the conference will be Ihe .presentation of a report on Ihe "lundarrtental principle of city by Efcdcrtck Law Olnulod. of lloaton. The hosts of lhc conference will be the cornrnla of conGerrallfm and Ihe Canadian town planning senior room ot .a iwo-roomcu school. The school boards Lhrouehout the province arc taxing ndvantfigo bf this asililnncc ctterei b; the CoVcrjirnont and Ihe h% tho doubling nt Ihe polnl-i In Alherla where, high schools are bcfng operated, and higher education may hecotne A tfnlliy to 100 per cer.l. ot our rural chlldtcn. 1.L OF BAVARIAN COMMUNIST LEADERS JN1CH, Irlal of rian commimhl leaders on. .lhc ge of hating miirdcrcd hoalegca n during lhc uprisings lasl, continued hero tddar, Thfe important witness was an artlil, hardt PesEelmann, lesttflcd Krilz Seldl, Ihe Bolshevist cornier of lhc LuiLpoii! high school, tor Iht murder of Iho agea, Heidi, Pesaelmann declan carrlr-d a revolver conftlanlly and atcnod lo shool anyone defying Kvldncc adduced against Soldi, he first of lhc acc-nscd to be plac-in Irlal, lenrlcd to allow thai ho led linkages with an Iron hand, is declared to .have accepted sands or marks (o grant lo certain of Lhe Fitting is an Art Study which ii beit carried out in a specializing in ihoet. Men, Women er Children In ncld of Shod will gel mere or they pay for In AEfWlCE gelling their ihoe requlremenll filled at a sldre In gnoei. Our whole lime If tpwi't ihoo mjrkell, the Feet and whal will flt'them belt, therefore you get better results for your money. We carry wld'h AA lo and know how to fit A3K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL W. J. NELSON Co. THIRD SOUTH e pounds are mil frozen, he flJh In cold storage amoOnU pounds and on hand olhcf -io cold _ storage to i't- The o All over (he land the tun ctlli forth and the renewing ot youth. So with Sunlight Soap in the home, It redeems everything wash- able from the thraldom of dirt. Sunlight Soap renews hctuty ind brinji out eld colors. It cfeiniei with sure gentleness ihM only (he very purest of could The spirit o( is purity ind clcinli- ntss. Insist olt xel for-SUNUG ask SOAP. LBVEK BROTHERS UM1TED TORONTO ;