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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta A OF .FOUR THE HERALK She tUberta PAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 126'6th Street So'jth, w. A. President and Managing Dlractof John Torracce Business Manager v.-ell be and surely ther-i is such a ihlng as seeing the error 'it tereLt to the.present tarltf pollen We might add there is such a thins as living auii learning, and experience Is a wise guide. Ilu! Is it lair to draiv u parallel from tin1 Laurier policy to swell the argu- nieut of the r-roteclioiiist of today? j Mr. Melshcjn talks of iS.30 per cent. then ;'.s compared to 2J per cent, nov I 01. dutiable eoois. Hut he and other fail to remember ilia; !hv- Liberal Party when lid by Sir Wilfred Lsqrier framed Us isilff j pulley un the principle of greater I freedom ot trade. dwelling j on comparisons it should .not be for- I Kotteu the Laurier Government Member Audit Bureau of Circulation j the Customs' duties on about Kates' 15o crilclss; on which tariff duties Daily, delivered, per .Ijjwere applied abolished duties on wW the "a" Into pow- Week'ly, by mail, ner (or eisnteeu years had maintained a Weekly, by mail, per year u 'Dl to uncler- stand how these two things can be simultaneously brought about, and here Is a (valuable mission lo which llelgheu can well apply himself, to elucidate, and by so doing bring conviction lo the average' as to how It U possible 'at one and the same time to bring goods into' the country arid keep them out of it. A protective tariff, as the Premier ad- mits, Is for two purposes, to brlnj in revenue, and to encourage the produc- tions ot goods at home instead of en- couraging their The revenue end of the protective policy must needs be killed in the proportion the imports are kept out to encourage V.'hor.e do "the two objects aimed at in a protective' policy mutually benefit one another and how can the benefits of a pro- tective policy be arrived at where one 'of Its aims stultifies other? This, possibly, only the mental gymnastics of the protectionist can explain. s Ths Premier refers to the principle of free Irade. If he Infers from thie that the principle of free trade, is veyed In a policy of the reduction of tariffs he is right, but thto is a totnlly distinct thing to free trade ilsclf, as ;it ia generally apprised. The issue in regard to the tariff is not between protection and free trade; it is be- tween'a high and a low tariff. The farmers themselves In thoir platform .do not advocate an out and out free trade-policy. They urge the remov.il r of duties on agricultural Implements and on feed sluffs, it Is true, but this does not an out and out free Irade policy which Premier Meighen sees in the offing as u substi- tute for the present protective policy JTHUKSIMY, SKI'TKMBliB You Know? TODAY'S QUESTION 1. Whit is the origin of the sayiug, '1 have a bone to pick with Where Is tho Bridge of Sighs! What is a chiar-oscuro? was the- lirabaacouue? Where is the Hell Gate? What Is a heltoslal? i 5 WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is the oldest college iu the United Stales? j '2. What la the legend of the "Wau- dering 3. When the Jew said lo have made his appearauce In Europe, and wha.t was the name he went by? 4. What month is knowu as the month? 5. What is the s-oliuor 0. Who was said to be the wisest m.-rti of Greece! ANSWERS 1. Wiillaru and Mary College, at Vn. killed. -It (here Is a com- parison needed in the fiscal principles of the two' parties this at least should be made a note of.- f Mr. Jielshen speaks of tho wreck- era of (.nnada In allusion to those who are opposed to ;his particular fiscal policy. At the time of ihe Reciprocity Issue those In! favor of free wheat were.denounced as Ihe "wreckers" of thu day. Vet the very Government to Which Mr. Melghen belongs accept- ed the policy by allow- ing free Irade in wheal botween the two countries, and'there vras no pur- liculsr wreckage noticeable. .With the Incident In mind Ihere Is room for expectation that the Premier may come to Uie belief that they whom he calls. Vwrackers" are by no _ means what ue sizes them up to be. His- tory may yet repeat' Itself, and It is luito possible that a, Premier who at present sees red in those who do not see eye to eye with him may have oc- casion to change bis views, in being forced to accept that what he imag- ined the accom- plish was not proven by the experi- ence. It may be that he will KCO wis- dom In it, Just as it seen when free wheat was accepted as a policy bs' It.original opponents. HER OBLIGATIONS To he able to pay back Hie gigantic loan of within two years of the cessation.of.hostilities Is a re- markable testimony to the indomit- able spirit o! the French nation In overcoming adversity and meeting its liabilities. With all that France has suffered in the far greater In loss in man power and In the havoc and destruction- caused tu her terri- tory by the presence of the enemy IE it, ft 'looks like a superhuman effort; but France has achieved it At the close of the 'Franco-Prussian war, which was disastrous In Us con- sequences to France, sho was placed with the load of paying au Indemnity of fjve milliards of francs, a sum I eq.ua! to lit was regard- ed as a crushing load by the viclors then, who are the vanquished now, and it was imposed wilh the fond hope that Franc? would not be able to meet this staggering burden, as IL wua then considered, for a considerable Mrrte, and, so would allow the Germans to of Canada. In urging the removal ofi on food stuffs, the farmers, lei] RS inwardly rtiisireil, Ler it fie remembered, are food producers, and in tills cannot be said to bo acl- lerritory unlil-tlie indemnity ps.W Franco surprised the enemy aiu' HIP ing in any way selfishly when it comes i down (6 protecting their special In-j mel tl10 imposed upon dustry. With this in mind the of the Premier, "There is a party in I Canada that really propounds free nations of Hie world in the quick time she her. wHo, should it have Ibo con- trol of the Dominion policj-, will have to take the consequences, cannot be Bald lo legilimately apply. Tied as'lie Is lo a protective policy, Premier Melghen takes Ihe aland Innt a mailer of colniiarison the dam- her resources suslalncd by I'Yar.ce In-the war of 1870-1 was as in tiniteslnia'l to ihe wholesale loss slio Futtaliieil In the late war. She paid the last instalment of the 000 in September 1873, two years and six monlhs after Ihe signing of peace. That was a great achievement, but It the CoTernmenl he represents Is not I fades'Into Insignificance In what she a high protectionist government. This! nil3 achieved today in face of far Implies that there Is sllll room for In creasing the height of the tariff before they can be "reasonably" call- greater dlfflculllcs, in paying back her sliare ati ttie Anglo-Knjton loan. France has ml the great example of ed high. This la not altogethfjr n Y.Y-I-! endeavoring lo meet, and successfully come prospect for the'ailovcattis of a i meeting, her liabilities. It Is a record reduction In tariffs. how iloes which any nation can be proud of. In the-Premier strive lo prove thai Ihf'lhls she has added to th'e honors so present tariff is not a high one? He j freely gained In the part she took In on comparison, In Hie belief, {the world's war. 'no doubt, that Comparisons nre No one can find fault with Melghen for so doing. Mo hns the right to choose Ihe handiest wcanors to defend his particular policy and U use them us dcxlerously ns to can. But why keep on referring to the lanrlcr policy, even If as an argu- ment it Is considered as something along the line ot least resistance? "Other times other might And with an Irrigation inhibition in progress down came tho rain. J.eth- brldse weather lias to maintain. Us repulalion. In comimrluR the present percent- age of Customs' duties with thai dur- ing the resirnc. .Mr. SIclghcn evidently plnces on "deadly nar-Hni" (Continued from From Fusel res, at the door of one cobWcr. The craftsman pushed. Him "S'r, >ou, Our fx.rd replied "Truly I go away, and that quickly, but tarry here till I come." Thus was the Jew the 3: Tho "Wandering as lie was regarded, made his appearance In Europe In the person of Salathiel Ben Sadi. He appeared In Venice at the closa of the sixteenth century and disappeared In a which attracted the notice of all Europe. 4, October, the time of .vintage. o. A southeast prevalent in Spain, extremely hot and loaded with fine dust. It produces great uneas- iness; hence the saying, "Ask no fa- vor during Ihe 6.': So the famous oracle at Delphi pronounced Socrates to be. Warner Farmer Kicked By Horse Our Own Correspondent) WARNER, Sept. Glen gave a dance .in Ilia Athletic hall on Friday the 17th. The Can- orchestra fur- nished the music.. Although tha music was a decided'change from the usual local quality, nnd hence much ciated by many for that reason, yet It proved to bo a trifle too strong and voluminous for the size of the hall. The presence of the violin.was also sorely missed by; those who are, ac- customed to orchestra music. 'A dance will bexglven by the Ladles of Warner on 'Friday evening, the 24lh, at which a good atlendahba'ls expect- ed, for the quality'of the ladleV en- tertainments Is undisputed and rmicn appreciated by all. A' be dances here. 'The proceeds will be devoted to purchasing a Bel of dlshen for Ihe hall. v Conner was unfortunate enough to bs severely kicked hip.bone by a horse on Sunday. .'.Hfd hip not been supported by the side of an- other horse, which he Vas hpldlnB-at the time, the bone would 'have- doubt- n.. As it Is he Is a ire man, but is able ad is Improv- s Eagle son arid Zufelt en- terlalned the Women's Institute at the hume of Ihe latter on September 16th. There were sixteen ladles present and the. afternoon was pleasantly spent'in lying a quilt, which Is to be raffled at' the Instilute dance, given October lolh. The ladies are busy making articles for a bazaar, which.'will, he held early in December. After the quilt tied, tlie hostess served a delicious lunch after which, all A room has been rented from Mrs. Mohan end will be-fitted'up as a rcsi room for ladlea and: Children, nnd opened 'to 'the 'public about Oct. 1st. This will bo tried for1 a" few monlhs and II il does not prove beneficial will be discontinued. The Inslilute has ordered an emerg- ency; kit This will con- veniently, sc that any one will liavo no (rouble reaching it in case of an ac- The flag pole committee reported llie pole ordered and that il would be placed as soon as possible after nr- rivai. ASK QUEBEC TO FOUND INSTITUTE OF RADIUM p.-THe faculty of medicine of the University of Mont- real has put In a request lo Ihe prov- Incial government lo. found an "insti: lute of radium." The request has been put before Hon. A. David, prov- incial secretary, who has promised immediate attention lo Ihe matter, The amount necessary for the fonuto- tlon of this Institute will be .belween four and (He hundred thousand dol- lars, covering the coat of two grams of radium. Ihe Installation ot.labora- tory and organization expenses. chance to compare what the two big C.iMt. projects could do. However, Ike Raymond exhibit was au eye-opener to the Crowd. They had eveo'thlnf, sunflowen measuring sixteen feet to some sixteen difiererl varieties of mi lured beaua. They had alfalfa: and sweet clo'ver, and brpme frasa. rye grts? and timothy, silage com, sweet corn. Golden Bantam corn, and com. There were potatoes -red and tomatoes grceu and sheet grains and teed siicashes, and the whole punut of good Ihings of field and garden. BUhop Fawns it euthusiutlc gardener himself, and declares that there U no place in America which, caa beat Southern Altttrfa for he doesn't mind mentioiilag Raymond district the best of lot. Even Coaldale. has to like off'Its. hit to Raymond In some things. Fair .Officials Pleased "We are highly pleased at tho way Raymond Jumped to to help us mike this exhibit said H." A. Suggit, fair secretary to the Herald. "They showed admirable spirit, and we tuooe uiBiiiuts will bti comfettpK ...Dually-at a big Southern Alberta fair at Lethbridge. It will be a splendid thing for the distrfct when that time comes, and I am sure both and Raymond-people can be counted on lo do tielr share." The Raymond eihibil shoired signs of having been hurriedly It occupied an alcove of 111 own oft the central.portion df.fhe building and at- much favorable comment, but Bishop Pawns that It had been hurriedly gathered and transported to Lethbridge oa a truck so that It was not shown uiirier best opnditlons. A Pyramid of Alfalfa The piece of tie wholo fair, of course.vwuB Iho great display In the central.pprtlon, under the dome of the building. This was really artis- tic in every" particular, and aB.lt car- ried'the bulk.of tha Individual com- potitiye exhibits it was tie centre of attraction all during the afternoon. Thirty tooa ot second culling alfalfa, piled in a huge oblong, pyramid, tier above tier, formed the setting "for ihe fruits and vegetables ringed around. Topping off the pyramid were of wheat and oats set among branches of trees taken from tho Mitchell enes, _rome of'the branches bearing plums and otHer fruit Ranged about that P8 as large as the There were ripe watermelons and pumpkins, and fltty- seyen other varieties of And, of course, there were strawber- ries, red and ripe, picked Tor the .occasion. Hamilton Big Winner m Don-H.. Bart'of the C.P.R. depart merit of natural rt" judge In chief and ht as assistants B. R. ____ had a basV afietjKxm of H, and the various oompet'ito'ra- let nothing go by. "'A Sugglt prli.; There just two e trict'famous with htj Bonnie ea.t and one mllo southv.of Coaldale. Mr. "X iely, and a fin riea. Either display wooM niiTSS: hard to beat as all round farm are to he congVatuUled Na'doult much of the congratulation, ah vX" lo the honsew.vos wHc, t share share The raarket gardenera' speciarpr'lzc out exhibit., the worthv !B by rival, (Juong Sang. _ The Potato King. mads M. specials for Potato displays, winning both for white and for any other Wllla School'Speiial 'I prize for the l.esl school''ot This was an added feature, Rav: and Coaldale competing, and Rnymoml won. The exhibits comprised v exhibits were brought direct Iran school fair of over 2000 en R and I1 a splendid showing' district, which In 19 f "crW-. prize for the best NOTHING WITH IT A woman, was famous at lhe local market for her ducks, but one day she sold a lough bird to her neighbor, Broun. Brown paid R big price for lhe iluck, he railed on tho vender right away with anger In his eye. "What do you mean by selling me such a duck as he said, espec- ially as I am one of your oldest neigh- "'iVIiy. was there anything wflh Inquired lhe stall keeper. exclaimed the olher. "Why. It wasn'l good at all." "Well. II ought lo have been." de- clared the dame., conclusively. "II won the first prize al thn poultry show for variety of spring over in v "M'V M "am'Uon anl5 Mr- Archl. Sold ,n lug shcnf wheat exhibits Uveslock Exhibit iT eiy' lhe of tho Men onlv John f, of thc I-uck llanch, was atle to lirlnB In hla Jlere- (T Crltical I Hut If ihc herd on view was any criter- ion of whnt the- Coaldale' dlitrlcf pro- iiaTa tlla't dlslr'ct It. Mr. Davidson's display Included the splenrtril nine months' old Fairfax bull, Fairfax" which Mr. Davidson L so that 'tht crowd saw something In Ihc whiteface 01lt "10 ordinary. No corn- WCrc ln llla "veslock classes or no doubt the Coaldale farm. >lp a Why Not Fall Fair Here? rieclslon to hrflrl the Coiildale cllslrlcl fair In worked oul admirably well, and them ire lo be ulg crowds out lo tee displays again today. One thing the effort did M'as to show tiiat the best Ume lo hold a lair. In order to get Ihe best exhibits, is in the fall, and U also proved that the people of Leth- bridge are ready lo support a fair. There is no reason why, after seeing the result of Coaldale's effort, a splen- did fall fair could not be held here an- fair which would b'rlng lo tether the best of every product of Southern AlberU. It l> true it U a buy Mason, but the good to be deriv- ed from as thoso the fair now In progress, would outweigh many times any loss ot It would not be many ytaru before fanners would look for- to dropping all pther work for two or three days In order to attend, exhibit his own produce and see whal his from other sections arc doing. WlnMra AD entries were itidgea Wednesday afternoon, and all exhibits now bear prUe tickets so crowds today will be able to see and compare the -winners with the Also-rans. Here te the full Hat of Special Prizes SpscUl district, by Raypiond. Special individual grain and veget- lO John liamliton; 3, Duncan McArtbur. BMt gensral d potatoes award. peck of white potatoes, early or R. Hoa.de; 3, J. Hamilton. Best peck ot potatoes, B. Hnads; a, W. Vlney; 3, A. C. Bukovoy. Special market gardeners' 1, Puns Fat; 2. Quong Sang. Special sheaf grain J. F. Raymond. Special display of grasses and tor- age entries. Best school tirst, GRAINS AND GRASSES Threaheu Graln> and Grasses Marquis, 1 J. P. Ander- ion, Raymond; 3, John Hamilton, Coaldale. Any cither hard varleiy of siirlng J. F. Anderson; I, C. L. Kane: i millinsr variety, 1 Rldei" Bros. 6 rowed, i John Hamilton. s Westers rye grass seed; 1 John Hamilton. AlfaUB seed, 1 c: L. Kane. Field peas, 1 E. Hoade. Timothy grass seed, 1 John Hamilton. ,Gralnt and Grauei in Sheaf f John Hamilton; 2, J. P. Anderson. Any other spring Geo. Aritiibold; 2, J. P. Anderson. OaU, feed Rider Bros. Barley, 6 flam I Iton; 2..H. Hoade... i -Ridar Bros. Western rye John Hamil- ton. Alfalfa far John Hamilton. Alfalfa for John HamiU Ion.. Brome John Hamilton. Timothy John 'Hamilton. Fodder J. A; Lovett; 2, E. Hoade. .f ROOTS AND VEGETABLES-" Tarnlps, John Hamillou. Tumi pa, .JohnHamllton. purpleytopV-1, John HanT- IjUin; Z, E. Turnips, 6 JohnJHamil- Wv.Viney. G. 2, John Hamilton. W. E. Sobertsbni ;2, W'Vlnejr. .Carrots, 6 Beets, 6 table, W. B. Rob- irtaon; 2, J. Hamilton. Beeta, 6 long, W. Yiney. Tomatoes, 6 W. Viney; 2, Mitchell Nurseries, Tpmatoes, 6 A. C. Boko-. Toy; 2, W. B, Hobertson. Citrons, A. C. BqkpypT; 2, Jao. Hamilton. Squashes, J. Hamilton. Cabbage, 2 heads A. C. Bok- ovoy; 2, J. Hamilton. Cabbage, 2 heads W. E. Robertson. Cabbage, 2 heads' W. B. Rob- ertson; 2, J. Hamilton. V_Cabbage, 2 heads W. B. Robertson; 2, J. Hamilton.- Cauliflower, w-.-E. Robertson; 2, J. Hamilton. Parsnips, 6 W. B. Robert- Bon. Parsnips, Viney; 2, B. F. Mllner. Parsley, 2 J. Hamilton. Sweet corn, Golden Bantam, 4 ears W. B. Robertson; 2, B. Hoade, Sweet coro, any other variety, 4 ears >V. B. Viney; 2, A. C. Bokovoy. Squaw com, 4 J. Hamilton. Pumpkins, 0. Qtasser; 2, J. C. Gray. Vegetable marrow, W. ertsOn; 2, J. Hamilton. Swiss chard, J Hamilton. Water Melons, J. Hamilton; A. v C. Bokovoy..-'- Musk Melons, F. Kiiapp; 2, J. Hamilton. Sunflower, 1, biggest .1. 2, D. F. Fawns, Raymond. Sunflower, 1, longest b. F. C. Harrison. Cucumberfl, 2 A.-C. Bok- ovoy; 2, W. E. Robertson. Cucnmbors, 2 W. E. Robert- son; 2. W. Viney. Radishes, 6 round, summer variety J. Hamilton. Radishes, 6 winter- J. Hamilton, Rhubarb. J, Hamilton. Onions, 6 red, grown from J. Hamilton; 2, W. Viney. Onions. 6 white, .grown from 1, J. Hamilton: 2, F. Mllnsr. Onions, C yellow, grown from 1, -I. Hamilton; 2, W. .Viney. Onion sots, 6 A. C. Bokovoy. Peppers, C. fiokovoy. Lettuce, 2 heads, ordinary cabbage J. Hamilton. lettuce, 2 heads, curly cahbagfe var- Hamilton. Lettuce, 2 heads, curly, non-cabbage J. Hamilton. Peaa. 1 pint early or short J. Hamilton. Pens, 1 pint lain or long J. Hamilton; 2, E. Hoade. bunch of .r. Hamilton. Celery, 2 1, J. Hamlllon: 2, 1, Susglu. PICKED UP IN PASSING FORT H; E -B L' S Y M A X The Aliens, will erecl a MM.OO'J Iheatre al Victoria, B.' C. p u-tii t r> i of lhe "Very busiest seasoiiJ of lhe year a very large nunibcr hive seen At to drop their threshloi and other .work, and j lake, the off and molor to lown to ittend the fair and other al- tractlona. Judging sUrled at 10.30 a.m. and progressed'well ;nto the afternoon. The One range; ot grains on show ranging frdri.king to sun nowera.'ls an evidence of the conten- tion that the Vulcan District can pro- duce the "beat-in-this line; while the display- of nearly every variety under, the sun, marvel to many who wrfe under the impres- sion that this Is k.viheat growing dis- trict only. rThs display of dairy pro- ducts also merits special mention, as also the live and whtch ;were second to none. The exhibits' of cooking, sewing, art and fancy work were well worth, more than a.passing glancei and lent them- selves, to careful study, and much of Si-Wen isji gfeat ladies In tbe culinary as well as the more re- fiSed The'exhibits' in, the live stock de- partment were not so good as former Is accounted for by tho j for workiugmen. I'.oOO, uames were registered at Medlcliie '-Hat for the referendum vote. Montreal Trades Council will form a co-operative association to buy coal PoslmasteMJeneral Blondlu has started for MaSrld, to attend the inter- iiatloual poslal convention. Miss Nina Cameron, of Ayr, after forty-three years as public school teacher, .was presented with a set of furs and NO ARMAMENT IS CARRIED ON U. S. CUTTER Sept. The States coast guard cutter Chil- Ilcothe, which Is cruising on the, St- Lawrence river, carries no armament which _wonld violate the provision of the treaty -with Great Britain concern- ing armed, on the. waters tween the United States and Canada. stated by Consmodore Reynolds, comnyandor bf the coast guard cutter. Commodore Reynolds said the Chil-. -.r-. v vmiiumuuru iLCJJiuiua attiu mo the that over half the farmers j ikolheiwas cruising on the St. .OU5r: o'n Its regular duties to prevent T j j'uute un HB regular duties to threshing the good crop that is being j smuggling to.enfprce the customs harvested andI those who.are not j regulations and cooperate where pos- busy wlth.fhelr owl.are lending their I neighbor a helping hand. Thej-school fair in onc'of. the schools anct was' very Interesting to th'e 'younger set, and their work was'eerfafcly; a-credit to their teach; ers and; metnods employed" The exhjblts mclnded a full' djsplay of vegetables, grains, nrt; cooking, essays, needle work, poultry and other lines'.. The-kiddles were in hjgh' and. took- great pride in showingaheif other itprs thei-reault'of their labors in- school and.in the garden and kitchen.''' Their large' crowds .from the time It was" until the L .closing hour. Xaturallv Vulcan was with1 Sunny Glen.School a close .second. Owing to the short space 6f time the to get tilings la shape for the. School. Fair, .aarl coming Ini such a very, busy showing was excelle.nt.... Gw'at. credit is due Mr. :Hays.fot.his organization i work, and for. the. success that htaef-i forts met with in School' Fair, to be held In is to" be hoped that next year the cominHlee'l will be given a great-deal more time In, prepare, event, which is looked forward to with so' much eagerness by the small boys and 1 girls.' I dance, held In the Oddfellows, Hall In the evening very well pat-' ronlzed by'the loviirs of good music by the band and an excellent floor. Ilia prohibition enforce- ment, officers, BLIND BASKET MAKERS JOIN IN WAGE STRIKE LONDON, Sept. blind Iras-1 ket makers have joined in a wage strike, You'll Be Surprised At the pleasure a VIctrola In the home will give you. Mualc' for' fe Victrolas upwards.' i' Sold on at J40 We can sell yen every Record made for tbe Yictor. Ask for Big Free. Catalog, list- ing and describing every Victor Record. j J JASON filSCH, UHID Balmoral Block "The; of tin Vletrola- A Woman No woman wanfa .to look old. I Many in their effort to youthful re- sort to the "beauty doctor." Their mistake iath'atthey visit the wrong dc- depend, upon healtti. Worry, sJeepfesa nights, headaches, pains; disordera, and wcaknesees of a distinctly inirie charactef iri a; short timo bring the dull: eye, the the haggard' look, drooping, shoulders, and thei faltering step. I To rfetatn the appearance of youth you must, retain health.' instead of loliona, powders -and paints, ask your druggist for Dr, Pierce's Favorite1 Prescription. I This, famous medicine 'strikes at the very root of those enemies'f of your youthful appearance.. It makes you not only look lyouoger but fed younger. H ovcrcomes.the weakness and builds you tin Your druggist can supply you with liquid or tabled; or send ten one-cent gamps to Dr. PioYcn'R Invalids' Hotel Surgical Institute Buffalo, N. Y and a trial pkg. of the tablet? will be mailed to you Dr. Pieros's Favo'ntc rrescription has been in' use 50 years, Tnm is what one woman says: -'-Z91 BUBUIS, I nih (lad la be aWP lo recommend I'mcriplion ns I certainly think it s "dic n6 I h.v. been run art.i sickly for nearly two ymre 1 hove ol M it ;