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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915 THE LETHURIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE MORE POWER PER GALLON To get the most out of your tractor, you must use a good tractor fuel. With PREMIER MOTOR GASOLINE you get the most povt-cr per gallon. It is a uniform a mixture- makes carburetor adjustments unneces- sary. Premier Motor Gasoline is backed by The Imperial Oil Company's extended experience and knowledge in making motor fuels. For oil-burning tractors use SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE Powerful, clean, uniform. Bring your tank wagon to one of our dis- tributing stations and buy direct. It will save you money. Branch sutiou the Dominion THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited Skin Sufferers YOUR RELIEF IS Tho D. Proscription for Bozo- urn, a mild, iiiiilnepUc wasu, Btous that awful itch luirtiulfly. tliroiiKhoul Ilio clly havo wltnOBUod Buch romnrkftblc curnn with this reinody that they universally recommend D. D. D. Afi proof of tholr confidence, they offer you the first full-sized uotlle on that unless It does the SAME TOll YOU, It coBln you not u cent. A goncroUH trhil 'hotUo for 2Ec. J. D. Hlulnbothim Co., Limited, DrugfllBtB, LcthbridgSr Atberta. D. u. u. iS MADE IN CANABA. Alade Canada FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re- baits In order that move Them With The Othlne Prescription This prescription for the removal of rrooklcfi-waa rrltlun 'by a promin- ent physician ami is usually BO suc- :cHSl'ul In removing I'recltifis and giv- ing n clear, beautiful complexion (hat It Is sold Ijy drusKfr'H mwlur guaran- tee to refund the money If It fails. "Don't hide your freckles under a veil; set an ounce of othlne and re- move them. Even ihe llrfjt few ap-1 should show a wonderful Improvement, some of Uie lifihLei- freckles vanishing entirely. He sure to ask the. druggist, for Ihu double strength othlno; It IE this-that 76 MEN ENTOMBED WIIHumson, 1'a., April Reports received lions -this uf- Lernoon Buy thai 7ft man untumbcd In tlu> inlno nour ivfinre oxplujifoii occurred today. Iloderflcid IH (10 miles from here In iMcDowell county, ucuLLerud trench, so that about 10 is sold on tlio monoy-Tnaclt pinrnntee. are uuabje to ascend the loose THE ARMY aide for the small panicles shift under them aud sooner or later ihcy roll lo the .bottom of the trench. The following report (by PJ. H., When full grown- they will too ibe killed, and two methods may Strickland, of the Dominion Jnclies em ploy M for purpose. The Bent of Agriculture, will toe of Uie preueut time, before ronbists of boring post holes Lo any farmers who may1 be begin to come up, we have 1% feet deep in the bottom oC ?with tlwariny opportunity of attacking; trench. a post hole The "worm" which is oausine by the means described should be used Theue holes 0.miety to the farmers Jn, certain we must not delay a day "be albout two rods apart. The J.rlotB Is the caterpillar of the necessary caught in the trench arc very BO abundant Jn the to put into practfac one in their endeavors to climb pier wurmg, of Die methods UeflcrJoed but a great number will work now foedinff exclusively on with the first sign of the trench to the post holes, attack -whatever crop IB their eflleiency will toe during the night, and In the upon fields whore they are Tlic worms" arc they should Ibe destroyed by mlUen laid ogga upon from woody ground with a light fence poet. durinf tlio ol Augiret speaking, they are worms will succeed In get- September, und perhaps a ULtAe a northerly or westerly out of the trenuh without work- lier, By the end October the the course of their march along to the post holes, aud If litd hutclied anil the small of them are getting" on to is ieea to be the case, a Hecojnl upon the abundant growth or land already bearing about a. rod away from the wwds ipreflent at Lnat lime fall should be made. A method of out the country, without the worms whiuh appears any attention. When, the farmer In Buapectod us to be far more satisfactory [a froze up they burrowed Into the urged to plough a deep of applying" poisoned bait to the and ramtlned inactive till the his clean fields siud watch For this we recommend pro- Bprinf them and from de.y to day. Tf the following mixture: them to spread In ail directions coming on to hla land from (or not more than half bran ing for food. Ac a result they ho will be certain to half ahorta) 50 pounds; Paris now found Ju flalds fffclch ivere In the furrow which greatly 1 pound; molasses, 1 gull on; quite clean nil last year, as well their progresa. If. worms gallons. Bran alone treat- Upon whlcli poBsesB0d the In. the furrow the in tills way is not satisfactory. that .yielded the moths a place of action be crude molasses obtainable from napoiltlnc their a flultable plough tuj-n as augar factory at Raymond has By middle of Ifaj" naariy furrow ai. possible toivard Uie eicelleat results, hut it' this Ltie IUTM will completed If possible run Uie plough be obtained1, add one pound of grovlnj; period! ftttd furrow asuln In the same and increase the to tmaH eerthea cetlfl afeout three and ao deepen the "furrow, or replace with canned mo1 below the mrface of the soil, la' dependent upon Mixing these substances must Jicy then turn Into a ibrowu d'raw a heavy round post (or done carefully and thoroughly. from which., some time during the furrow by of mil the shorts and Paris Green ihe miller trill emerge. around one end. The the miiture IB uniform, then add 'y tor 113 there are worms of stand on the rear end' of water and -molasses and rub pmeot, and it is the small By this niekns a deep the hands till all' of the lhat we haive to fear most, eluce finely pulverized aides and are moist but not so wet that] of the Iftrgeut are already iboltb'm wfll foe made. will not run through the OngeraJ frown and'Trill not feed, much trying to pass .over such loosely" [held. A very ematll amount of Llita niixtnro should bo the bottom of tli will coevr uibovit leu All (fie wonns liresynt in the troncli will feed upon IhIn if unii'urinly Since, how- ever, the shorts wlmii tliey 'bccoin dry are not so roariily the mix- ture -bu a If I'd in Uie erenin when 11 will keep moist for a longcM- lime, and tho worms are most active. Tlio poluou would, probably, have to applied again unliieH a In- tervened nflcr a few days, Dipert- incnts are conducted with other cost may, If he reduced, and a bait that remain Bti'or.gly attractive for a ;r ]jericd be round. The ar-jove mixture line, however, excellent reeults and can to tliororjjhly re- commended, though farmers arc cuii- .lonetl to 'be economical using it, and to make an riven applieatlon, BO that there will be little or no wast- have found as yet no better practical means of trapping ijie worms. If- the worms sire already on the Held aud afLer a. few rlaye from the dale of making ihe trenches around tin- Held, they do not Beem lo toe much reduced in num- borE, trenches, vnryiiifj In distance apart according lo The Fighting Food Of The Dominion s Our ]joys at war across the ocean are'holding what they ,-well. Their active brains and sturdy bodies are largely due to proper nutrition. v _. The .famous wheat and barley food Grape-Nuts in Canadian a superb food for Dominion fighters in war or business. of worms, but proba'cily a'oout 2tl rods, ehoultl (be run across the lirlri in one or pbotli directions aud treated In the amo way. Broadcasting 'poisoned bait has not roved sufficiently economical to re- commend it generally, though about 75 per cent of the worms on a plot were killed with the following mix- ture: Shorts 20 pounds, Paris Green 1 -pound, molasses 1 quart, oranges (cul uip) 3, water 114 gallons. This IB BUfflcienl for one acre, and must 6e carefully spread since ihe worms are atlracted for a short distance only by it. Notice'of any other methods prov- ing successful will be published as soon as possible, and Uie aifjove ad- vice must be looked upon aa tenta- tive, since have been for less Uian a week. The need of Immediate action Is so urg- ent in territory that these- recommendations, based entirely upon' experiments conducted by Mr. J. F, 1 Anderson, B.S.A., at Raymouil, and j myself at Welling, are offered as Uie' most practical raeanE of control we have found up to' the present. It should be that the valu-tTole work done by 'Mr. Anderson has been quite voluntary, and our thanks are "flue to him for his inde- pendent investigation of this pest. this "worm has appeared in such extraordinary numbers this it lias (been irfnhe country al- ivays, and. will. in. time get 'back to tlie-'iiBu'al numbers. We f must, 'however, be prepared Lo avoid' a recurrence next year ;by every m'eaas'at our'disposal for an oublareak such as we are experiencing this year is uaually foHott-efl'by a smaller one the next year. As before stated the! moths lay their eggs on weeds, or if! not always on weeds, in the ground! near them. The cutworm, does the] (Jiing and ihe summer-' fallow Is a menace to the farmer than owns "it and to his neighbors. The! ere laying period of this worm j the cutworm extends from the middle of July to the end of September and the most certain way to avoid both of' these pests is to keep all fallow land as clean-; as possible during these .riiontlis. E. H. STRICKLAND, Entomological Branch, That would end it Your partner's death would at once end your partnership agreement, and would throw on you the onus of paying off his estate. If you were face to face with that requirement, how would you meet it? It may happen next month. Come when it may, there is one sure and certain way of having available the ready cash at the moment it will be required. THE CANADA LIFE Assurance Company will gladly'tell you about it. Herbert C. Cox, President and General Manager. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge J7 Reduced Rales-FirsI Class, Cibin mi Second Class-A'l Steamers St. John to April 30 .SUMMER SERVICE SAILINGS Service GRAMPIAN......... May 13 HESPERIAN May 27 GRAMPIAN June 10 HESPERIAN June 24 Montreal, Diroct to Glasgow PHETORIAN May 8 SCANDINAVIAN May 22 CORSICAN June 5 SCANDINAVIAN June 19 Largest, Finest and Fastest One-Clasi Steamers in the Glasgow Service BOSTON TO June 9 Buy Tickets for your relatives or friends in the Old Country your Local Steamship or R. R. Agent. Most satisfactory. _____________W. R. ALLAN, G. N. W. AGENT, Winnipeg. DONALDSON LINE Large'Twin-Screw .S.teamen. 'Sailings to and from Europe. REDUCTION II CABIN RATE ALL STEAMERS From From Glasgow- May 15...CASSANDRA...April 30 June ?.....ATHENIAN...May 26 June 1 Full information from'any S.S. or R.R. Agent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. Winnipeg Main Street Vancouver 531 Granvjlle Street Fielortal of the Cinidlin Ppltum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windier, Onl.. where Grape-Nijti, Poitum and Pott Toitiet mide. Grape-Nuts eonlalns all the nutritive elements of the Held grains (or building keen minds steady i and itrong mugclea. Grape-Nuts food, so richly is easily- of Hie same delicate nut-like [resh and crisp from Ihe adit cream or good milli. A ten will "There's a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS MADE IS CANADA Sold by Grocers everywhere. Cuadltn Postum Ceredl Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. Dominion Dept. of Agriculture. YANKEE HEPORTERS SHOCK BRITISHERS BY INTERVIEWING A KING of the London papers are com- plaining because American newspa- per men are accomplishing things the British representatives, oi the profes- sion have been unable to do, and are blaming English stateameii in conse- quence. Two of the instances-most frequently cited are Sir Edward Greg's repjy to the Associated. Press Inter- view with Von Bethmann-Hoi'iweg, the German Chancellor, and Frederick Palmer's Interview with General -Sir John French. The American newspaper men in London have been so constantly thwarted by the censorship that they are riot Inclined to 'regard their work with any special but the re- laiiecttre methods or the British and American' journnljsla may be inferr- ed by the observations of a'London editor who sftid, when expressing "dis- appointment because his paper did not carry the interview with King Albert of Belgium, that an Associated Press reporter obtained last December, "H never occurred to me that a King see a rep'orter." FRENCH AND RUSSIANS MAKE PROGRESS Paris, via London, April following official statement was js- s'jed by the War Office tonight; "To-the north, or. Arras we have gained a brilliant success, com- pletes that'of last.month The whole spur southeast of Notre Dame tie Lor- ette was captured with the bnyonet by our troops, who now hold all the southeastern slopes as far as the cuter woodland fringe of Abain St. Naaarre. "We took ICO prisoners, who Include several officers, and three trench mor- tars, and two machine guns. "At Thiepval and La Bojselle, In the region of Albert, tbe enemy attempt- e -dtivo attacks, which were imme- diately checked. "In the Argonne, at Bagatelle, our artillery demolished one of the prln- .cip_a .Farther to the.east, at La Neurissons, we repuls- ed an attack. "At l.ea' Epnrges the .enemy deliver- ed tbree counter attacks, during the TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. VOGT, MUE. Doc- Musical Director. A National Institution; One of the Foremost and Most Splendidly Equipped Music Schools on the Continent. Local Examinations in Music Western applica- must be in by Send for YEAR BOOK or 1914-15 .nd pamphlet descriptive oC the WOMEN'S RESIDENCE. May 1 night of April 14-15, with the object of re-taking the eastern salient. He was repulsed and suffered heavy loss- es. At noon he violently bombarded the position, but did not attack. '-'At Jlontmarte. wood we repulsed a and on the ground taken on the 13th, we continued the" inventory oE our booty, which ed two ciulck-firera, two trench mor- tflfG, a machine several hundred rifles and thousands'of cartridges and renadea "In Uie forest Pretre, we re- pulsed an attack and took some pris- oners." Aa far as fighting is concerned, the battles JQ Ihe Carpathians and In the Woevre are the only ones of any Im- portance.----The Russians, although for ClareBholra district. PACIFIC REDUCTION SECOND CABIN RATES TO ALL STEAMERS 'St. Service M1SSANABIE (New) ..April 23 Service METAGAMA (New) ...May 7 MISSANABIE (New) ..May 21 METAGAMA (New) ..June 4 MISSANABIE (New) ..June IB METAGAMA (New) ...July 2 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg 75 YEARS OF PROGRESS -THE OLD RELIABLE CUNARD LINE The World's Fastest Weekly Mall ami Passenger Ocean Seryice. Reduction Second Cabin Ruttl ALL STEAMERS, INCLUDING LUSITANIA New Sultinga 'Tuieanla (new triple ................April 24 Luiitania........ .'.......May 1 'TRANSYLVANIA (new triple ................May 1 "Kitted with geartd Prepaid passage arranged. Apply to any RJR. or S.S. or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. 304 Mam Street Winnipeg now faced by very much larger forc- es than they were At the bepnnlne of the battle three months ago, are Bald to be continuing their to force the Austro-German armies com- pletely out of the Carpathians, and op- en the way to Hungary. Having suc- cessfully taken the .-western pniiefl, they are bending their energies to an attempt to capture the Uziok pasa mad the heights to the northeast of that break in the mount Bine. Transferred to Clxreiholm J. Rlley of Lethbridge arrived in Ularesholm last week and assumed his duties as manager of Gas Co. i AUDACIOUS WAS NEW BOAT That the Audacious at present In' commission is not the Audacious which was supposed tp have been sunk off the coast of Ireland several months ago, but Is- one of: the newly-built! sailing under the old' ship's name, is the general feeling In the Old Land, according to A. W. Me-' LrCllan. who arrived In Vancouver re- cently from Liverpool, England. The newspapers home Iiave not in one single instance mentioned tlm word since rumor got abroari.that.it bad been sunk, said Mr. McLsllan, but the generally accepted tlieor.v is that she ivas either supk or so badly damaged thatJt'would be'lm-. pbsBlb'ie'.lo repair a reason- able time, and the Admiralty substituted one'of the sup- er-tlrendnaugbts completed In one of the yardi. FATHER WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FM ALL THESE "Something to make the load easier." "Something to take the quiver out of my bones aa I wend my way through space. And there it live rubber in New Dunlop Heels. 50 cents the pair put on. R44 Dunlop Tire Goods Company, Limited HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO BRANCHES IN LCAOWOI of Tires for Automobiles, Motor Tracks. Motorcycles, Bicycles and RuKher Belting, Ptckini, .Hose, fleols, .Mais, Tilins, and General Rubber SjieCmllles v ;