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A WAjSNINt. OF INTEREST TO THE PUBLIC. To what a grievous extent the public suffers uhrough the prevalence of imitations and substitutions but few of our Headers can appreciate., oven though they arc them- selves frequently victimised. The evil is greatest wnen tno article is either a food or a medicine, for in this case the health of the victim suffers a.b well as his pocket- Amongst the multitude of advertised ar- ticles Lhat are imitated there is hardly one that is not manufactured in some special manner or by some secret procets that makes their successful imitation imposisible. Take as one instance of this tne well- known and largely advertised Angier'^ Emulsion. This preparation is d.liferent to all other emulsions, because it is made with peLruieum specially purified by a se- cret process known only to the proprietor^- No other chemist can obtain this special petroleum; how then can he imitate iU I To be sure, any chemist can make an emui- sion of petroleum, but it will be very dif- ferent and inferior to Angier's, as every honest chemist will admit. Here we have an origiiiiaJ preparation of undoubted merit that is endorsed by the medical profession, and used all over the world a preparation which the proprietors justly d-escribe as "The Perfect Emulsion'' and yet many P'-rsone are induced, to their own de-tri- i; nt, to buy a cheap imatation on the 1 ime-worn plea, that it is "just as good.' Is it not strange that, in spite of ail-l warn- ing, a port-ion of the public will allow themselves to be cajoled in this way? As regards the example we have given (An- gikr's Emulsion), there is no excuse ^for being deceived, for the proprietors (The Angier Chemical Company, Ltd., 32. Snow- hill. London, E.G.). offer to send a tree sample on receipt of 3d. to cover postage, We coTjy from an Angier advertisement, which reads ax follows :—"Angler's Ernnl- sion is both diherent and superior to other emulsions. because it combines the if- markable heaJiiig properties of the hypo- ■phosphite?. Angier's is at once an yne- quaked lung remedy, a great aùd to diges- tion, and a pleasant tonic that benefits the entire system. It is unquestionably the most palatable emulsion, a.nd it agrees perfectly with delk-ate stomachs. If you have tried other emulsions, and found them distasteful, send 3d. postage for a free srunp'e of Angier's. and note the dif- ference; it is almost like cream, and yon are sure to like it. Angier's Emulsion .is invaluable for coughs, bronchitis, and all lung trouble." This kind of advertise- ment ought to i-oiniiH-e readers of the wisdom of first sending for a free s-amrv'e of the original before trying an imitation. and thus themselves be able to judge of rh" ."superior qualities of the advertised article.

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