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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LRTTHHrnnOB DAILY HRRALH rHlT^SDAY. APRIL 25. 191� pailv anu WIKKLV ^ ^rMTlctort and Publitn�r� fHI LITNBRIDOK HBHaLD PRINT-inq eOMPA�iy. LIMITCC m tXh StPMl South, Letnbrldg* W. a. Bucha,.an frealdrnt and .Mati;!Kii\�: Dirertur iekm Toriioco  � Kuaiad Mnoaccr TTLEPHO\e� auifrcn* Ofdro .......... Kdlturu: Otiic* .......... 1J5! 1224 l.iit iwenty ypiir* Mo�t of the informntU'ti nf tli�� posal of thp of lR�t year Mice I'laKti** immlly follow � yp.ir df i|r;!i; A irmiKlu klllit off 111*' iiilcp by tlio [�'I'liiiiinds. Wa-ni ainti-' ami "i't �^uninipm. IdosI conilit'on^ for .1 nii.-i' li::>s;\if. iluritii; 1?1>; 17 ri'siil-i-.l in prosfiit situation T!'.i' ml, >' ipit,' tluced by the m lltoni Hawk-!. .inrt other natural i'hi'ik- mm RALLY SUCCESS AS USUAL ^PICJCBD trP IN ^ PASSINiS' ^* rak Bvsf~Mlk ITcslitoat WilBOn lv Wct'Viy \,\ Wcfkly, l,y biibscripticin RatMi 1,-1 i  r V -�k ,, A . |iiT y, ar . , r y�ar .. .1:, pt'f y-^tr . iif sMniMi�>r of 1 !ii�or>7yi� biMifvi-oni! 1 1 10 .15 00 .1400 MM rer yc.ir to U.9..IS 0� n.ili'ii of e\i''rr of �ub!r.s h.np !"'ok>'n out on B �.u A i.Vi.-nsi.0. ihi* iitne uo-.iUi of the Soiniin" i";iov .iro uKalti 5iam ii.cring .It Uio iloor of .Xmi-'n-. in 11 ro'.ievkinl .it'.i'r.ipt to itaia ::i..t vifjil pa.nt. The offonsivo not on a.� prea' a fii'a:�> as^t.ia: wliir.h pr^'yioufly was ivmiliK toil ,u till* ri'eioa, b\it ii is none uie '.i^*? deteraint.i. The Brl-till! diid Kr>jnr;i arc tltsliilns south ea�; of Amiens to keep t!i- onoiiiy from -lie (jatos of tliHt ri'y TIio Kriini'li lust Hunxaril. iibout a Germary 9 demands to iransjor* ��r ma:>Tial over lier rail-' ways aud waterways THE DAIRYING INOUSTRY IN ALBERTA. J. D. McGregor, of th* Canada Food Board, paid a atriklng tribute to the dairying iaduttry in Alberta in hi* iiddrefg ai the Board of Yrade the other night. No other province in Canada is ao highly organized as Is this province for work along dain-lng I'.uei!, and the rapid growth of butter and ,'.:0'-ip eip-^rts. with a consequont f'l lA if wparLh into Alberta. H the re-ault �': ffovemnient of Alberta has dona and r^tlM doing much for dairying. la-' iunner? hsve not bton slow In .1 ,.:':r.!- ibeiiisoivc? of tlie crganiza- RESTF.ICT SALES TO ACT lAL PRODLCERS. 'Ui- l)o:.:d of Tradf- i? on the right track in urging upon the (k)ve'Tinient , the necessity of clrcumiiorlbin? �alei of school and Indian reserve lands' with orders thit the land must he brnughi under cultivation and made productive within a reasnaible time Bale* of school lands in Westorts! Oana-Ja uavn been in the p�at is b�iB|L thlppvd to thn Itnltad Stattin, qnt taajr are Uking uo chances at a * tin* I4k� tbia. Wben wheOt Is a vital iaeaaalty -wd wbea pracUoaliy all ^ tk� aihrifUaad world ia looking to -ikto coaUaent for U- la addition tt> laapwilBf iratn tba TJ.8. Department !�� Pr,/J. W..T. Dwvpl. chief of ' iiia dfirilpi of gnUn atwdardlzation �11$ AvatriJia, to ntake a personal In fNt� �;i' � 11 -.�.ori,. � es were hearen dun a-= to ind:i.iti> that iiiillioii- i>' --^ ;�'.--�>.1 .>vpr the ! \ �\^,\^ lr;\v-k . ' A iM-~ir,i: -n-'ior �Mf w �;' I bo vT.t  '. ''y  l-.o of tnt>0 in.iving fvo::. '' 'til > farm. rio' ttiiio wlion ' ni.ivoil ott .1 nte .'vit.. in ^^ipht. -��>]�� piiiK only at nvi',,! ^'^lrnlIu^^ 'lifting. .�eats of v.'hH'"� \ypri> consumed Tlic loss :?i u ...it aione is pftim.ited n' ...... po 1; �t ,'.(�,>'�,:�. received by th" d>.'p,ir;nirt.t l;i  people are slrcpitu on t.ibiCB t.i .is, i,l the mice. Tht> w vnon arp k-pt ::i ,1 constant static of terror, an'l t':.' tf. n are kept bti.'y iirovpntine tlv -: � from crawling down t'toir c'at ,''';� lars " Ono ;i'.,iit. i' v-.i.- -atd, \v"nt :.> si-ep .i top iijt i'ti his 1 t.i rn'tc. ; ;i;t-.;--c:: .iitaii'.^i ttii,e an! ti,.' mice ato out . 1^ sid-'S o:' the tiat ili:;-iit,; the ni.shf ' Tie I'arin.-r i.'ft a !>.i? of wlieAt oiitsiilc his barn over nt.cV.;. and in the mornire called a doubie fpiyte trap, by which both the mice iti^ide a>\d outside the wJiea^ slacks may be trapp-'d. w.is jnit int.) nperati'in. In one nlfrlii this trap avcimntpd for' lji>,00i' mice in ono section, wliiie in another seven tons of mire wer? cap- , tured in two nig'i's. Fencing and ditching, aeterniinaLing in a can filled with kerosene wa? attempted it ai means of ch'-'klng the lnva.= ion, but 11 was found that the mice quickly; fMled the kerosene can-s ahd thy balance went on over the dead mice. It was upon the wheat crop, the staple produce of Australia, that tlic mice worked the most havoc. I)f-fln-i Ite inforiuation aa to the extent otj the loss Is not available, but accounts j at hand set the monetary value of the destroyed crop at 800,uoo pounds -^'.-r. ling, M prarlouily aUted. It U point* ed out Uiat 1000 mic� in a meadow would consume twelve tons of artu'ii vegetation In a year. In addition to the actual eating of the grain, thousands of bags of wheat woro rfnd'Ti'd useless by the mice eating into the bags. Stacks of 6>j,0uO buslicl.s in i South Australia were ruined in tliis I way. Strenuous efforts were mailo i by the Australian ofTlclul.'f to rpmove th'> ifheat>' to , undermining by the mice U i-i (?.sii. mated tliat the mlcw-infe.-sL-d .'^taclts of wboat numbered morp tiiHii 4.11imi,-bOO bags, 2,000,000 of which had b' >-i transported to the tieaboard 'j: Duvel'g reports are expected to on-talh much aJiiiUonal infomatlon of Interest Alberta hopes if will nevpr si' -j jddgue of mice. The �,''>pliers are bttd A correapondI lillght Uu suiiii'Wliat gr.-'atpr Iumi- 01 I/etbbrldge; but tiip siiKgi-.-1 ion luuy be worth louking into by ilip 1 ii> . ic, trUal d�iMirtJUc&t. and uuiiie u. our ouiarprtllug alwtirlciaus. ,,,' , Ai ri; .'4 On Tuesday .�  I .;i,l of the series of , t :i.', - Id by the .M.I A. 1,-1 ^11 ]\'- tio't'tlnghouse. Tlip ii:i:ri->- n,is slii>:lnB by the .��1. l.ovp .-^t Home." ,v.is .'�for.'.l by JV Bhiiiiel . .IioMi^ si'iiR very nicely. K..... ,\ .is u II ' 1' ttt-1 . If h' 4-"it'-! Ilvinitng" \n |o. Nlayor H-nnfon i-.o�ram. Ills sub 1 � p "Uiy, wa*lc no-V" of till' great crisis , in I'Jurope, also tlip -i .I'llprs over tloTc, � � ,.;;t. who must be fed I it ol.i ,inl mUed Stftti's � ii .il'O'it sixty-flve Vcr '" I ^l'lf^s thin year Wo  '; .\ I' can that Is cat-I : '.lily wJionf, beef iind i 1:1.: . I- .u! ii. rishablo things and ;a iit.titiiar the tbree fiv.ils it.'�'.'I i!o spoki on conserv.i. :;,., , .' f.,,-!, but said most of all \r- :!ii-i i!,'; w,istp our time; we must ,. .:ii' r;;iu> and put it to the ("�-� ;. .it.:.^-:.' iie sj)i)l[k' oa wasting '-''-i ; 1 of many ways In which f,el .\ \\as'o.l. al-o spokp of waste "ii fi";i!' .mil fop-f^jjn animals. \i i l.'\.' (,. Hoys from Canada" w;i~ s.iiK by Mill f'oulsen, acc8mpan-.'�( i'.-. .'10; liruiiiiT. .Master I'ercf. "^.'s �'v.is iitjoyoi inimensply by all. Mr. \ ".'.;��'� i:.'.\c ,\ fine talk, his '*ub- i'l 111,; � Mpp'intr AU KequlrPniPiiis, 1: K'.hIv With All." He spoke ot ti" wi,oatiPss. moatless dayj. lie .0-.. ',r''.i^;t t.i ttie atfentlnn of the t.-()}^o t.'t.i! this yvas the third anni-�, .'m-iy of the Hattlp of St. Jullen Ihrt-f" \oi(r ii wt'I ti-s-'rvcd encore. Til" I.. .� and-suggesfon-; .5; to .vriiiiii; to soldiers. They ti.'.1 r~ from homo. ,Tnd many of 1: . t.i, . � 1-1 Id to think you are a frieiul f -o:. i.. ). itn- i'l.jy \w\x letters who . �'v rn(ieri'il jjio'her lovp. . iiitlls for iSaparate iti.'iool .4uj>porter.s was passed. Two Winnipeg glrla will drive City Dairy milk wagons at tM per week. Mni, Annie Rhody. M. rettri of th�> late Valentine Kbody. ot Oakville. died at Cliatbaai. At Winnipeg Capl Dpilpville waa flam} tSft and costH (or eating mousa �wat out o( aaaaott. Mrs K. H. i'augheii. of the St,! Vanconver haa arrang�>d for a fish Thomas Children's All Society, was | market tor five year*, whtre fish ti appointed as one of tlic county con- , to be sold to the comsumer at frcm ftabliyj ot Klgiu flT* to eight cents n pound. When a gasoline can which he was Tho Ford Motor Crt has closrd Its holding PXplodtHf, ,l.>':ti Hi>.'>rh. of | doors to all visitors. Knr a number ot riipssalon, was so baiiy burned lhat' he died soon afterwards td a ;  h ts:,'- :.,.ti iv-p .--l I.;, it-board i i;.i-.-.l wiiii KinK �� A vpi-y pre�ty .untata will be pre- tttp.; ;i. shortly by .Mrs. Alston, .pti-l.'.l Tlf; I'.rowiile Band." Thi.s is cotitjio-pd HI Ir.'iy of children and will be Worth y.ur patronage. For fur-tlier ii;uiii;ir..'.rH sep iiand bills. -Mrs. N. r Koisyth was pleasantly surpr -^i^d by a niin:ber -jf her friends on .Monday afternoon. A number of ladl.t?s met at the home of Mrs Woodruff on Monday atter-n'jon to bid her f irpwell and wish her s'liToss on her leaving Magralh. Mr. ;�nd .Mrs. W'l'.driii'f have lived here a number of ycar.s and will he grea'ly nii.-sed. They are leaving for the betterincnt of Mrs. Woodruff's health. Mr. and .Mrs. G \. Hacking have moved into tiielr handsome new home on Fl.st West (street. This is lndee,l.'t wcri> b.irned lo d"avh when 'he pitne In w'.ich they were ridint; e^'loded and fp;: to ear'h tear Wiclilia 'mu'. .\ government order prohibits Ontario sportsmen from killing 'luall, IIiiiiKaiian partridge, or pheasants of any kltlR for two years after October. >!ayor II., P. Stephens of N'lagnra Kails makes a protest against lh.i wholesale exportation of Lake Krlo fish to Buffalo. A fire listed by tlie firempu as being of Incendiary origin, daiiisged a itable In Toronto to the extent ot lleo. Medicine Hat b-x .tu embryo normal school Supt M!y is giving gratuitous Instruction itw,rtietton out of school hours to tiioe who wish to teach on pprmlta. Nursing Sister Jentile McKay, oi Bdlnburgh, sl.ster of S�rgt -M.\jor McKay of the r.th Battalion, who Is at present In Merritt, b:i- been killed In action In Italy. The board of rd'natlon In Hlch-iitond, Va.. has decided to allow high school credits for music study done out ot school hour? unrfer private teachers. Alleged to have changed (he amount of a C.O.D. parcel which he '; had been given to deliver, and kept tlie difference, John Fraser, of Toronto, WHS arrested. Samuel Timmerman. a respcctetl r�v .sident of Clia.'ham townshlj) is dead. !!f w.is nearly 6* given a civic welcome oa tig return to Rcglna. i Clarence Ropters. 1. years old, was shot and killed in the bome of Mrs. Mamie Safchet, a widow. In St. Louis, by John Wpllard, 24 years old. Both were court ins Mrs. Satchet and she hiid rejected Wellard a tew days ago. ' The Holland American line piers In Hoboken were t.iken over by the government for the duration of the war, I through an arrangement between the ' war depart men t and Captain Victor ,\Larsen, president of tbe steamship company. years the hug� Highland plant has been the mecca to all people coming to Detroit, An honor roll waa unveiled at e In tbe preienl Bchml�e which the Winnipeg Klectrid lialhvny hi rrepared to of'^r thj city. Cnnatabie Cook, of the Domlnlnn Police, who waa railetad from duty re.ently becAuso ha dataliMd Bir Sa 1 HugUes lit the raioB aUUon as n suspected defaultar. la ralnetated, Sum having Intarreaed ia bU behalf. Mr. GORTON SAYS NUJDL LABORATORIES. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) BAYONNE. NEW JERSEY. Dear Sirs:- ^ I am 74 yaars of age. and had chronic costaiipatlan for ycara, Have avfletcd mucli at timee trying to get relief by using phsraics Now I use Nujal av�ry morwing iust an hour bcfora eating, and find it sun to give rcNef wnthout griping pain* of any kind. Ik leaves no bad results. I canaot oay too aiiKii in favor el Nuiol as the best nmady for constipation, soar or burning atoniaett; it geta away with tkooe troubles right away. My friends uas it with the saraa laaalta. never fails, no griping, no ptiyaicing, ne inawnnsnianns I surely locom-mcnd it 10 all oulfarrrt from eoudpatian, cdd or young. Fiurlcy, South Daksw. Yours tr�iy. January 3. 1917. J. B. CoR'TON. ^ Mr. Gorton's letter la a valuable endoraement of Nujol to every suBerer from conatipatign. In all caaea Nujol ia a gentle, natural aid to normal boweUaction. Don't merely tell your dniggiat. "Give something for constipation." InaiaTon Nujol. You then protect your health against harmful pHla and aalta-you run^no riak of making the bowela dependent 011 htxativra and cathartics. Thtre U not m single drug in Nujol! It ia a safe remedy for young and old that makes you "regular aa clockwork." ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no Bubstitutes-there is only Nujol Manufactured by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) HAVONNB NUiOl l> Mrvn lOLB IN lULN if ynvir .'pti-tut kiim'l NtJjOl-, ntnJ ftl.CO tor vtiue i.iitt, to CliAKI.K.S -lx 1 ei;i.strara and sixty tbo'ts.iii.! ,1. loity ."fgJHtr.irs and thou-*iir|: of 111"fibers ot recoitnljied BUILDING MATERIAL or- i.Mni/.,o , tiiar, tion. pr. 11 \ iM help 10 tabulate the " tiiiiii power f)f the Ijuijiin' 1 'l.ii.i'oba west lo the I'a-1 'I'iie (late of tho rcglHtra-tjihly a Saturday in June, will b.- uniioiiiK � d shortly. City and rural -iliooli win b-> used us botiths which will bi- ..;.:i troiii 7 urn. to 10 p.m. .\s tai as pos.sible tho ordinary (;le-J I on a iieedlP one night and broke 1 n oir hi iier tof.t. An X-ruy was taken . o' Ji, li�aiiii^r it ui Ii certain plu ntiedle removed,! b'l' r !.';i ;.l that It had moved i n :,iiv uio 11. hi.^t froni the locailoar whi'.ii it wiu lihown i4 the photo. J. B. TURNEY & COMPANY, LTD. UTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA i r 079723 ;