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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGE-KODlt THE DAILTt H1THALD FltrUAV, APRIL 30, 1915 letbbviooe Ibeualb letljbriftge, HlUerta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION .RATES: Omlly. delivered M.OO Dally, by mail, per year..'.... 3.00 JVo.Uy, (by mail. ..per your..-.. 1.00 TEUEPHONES-. SiiElnr.45 Ofllce Editorial Ofllco KICKED UP IN FOR TUB.. .BUSY MAN The public library at St. Paul, Minn., "ivas destroy id- Tlie jltiie.vs Snsk, have Inrnded nogiun. J. K Mcnzle's. a.R-C, ohl-thnor mid n of Uruce county. Is doad lit Vancouver. Major A. C. Robertson, of Edmon- ton, lias been accepted for service j willi the Uriiish army medical corps, j O. 15- Fysh sold n coruer lot in W. A. Buchanan John I Moose Jaw Jcr HO paid [aaaging Director Business Manager) Jizs.OOO for :t n few years ago. H hss been p.unounced at Ottawa tlmt Nurse Rfchartlscii, of Ottawa, who was reported to hnvo died from exhaustion while nursing in is rapidly cqaynlescinsr from iiu ill- i'd to the hea'.-y duties imposed upon her. The first intimation of Nurse Richardson's dcp.lh was WAR SITUATION VERY SATISFACTORY Tho Allies are pushing their cam- paign in the Dardanelles wfth much ATTACKED BY AN EAGLE '-IKuiie, Not hiany CRBKB aro known of whore nn without provocation Imp -grown but'such 'was the expwloiice of John V. 'Turn- bull of Busier CrooK, on Sunday utter- noon Insl. HP. was ri'l-jriilus 'home nlonff.Ihc'rbnd. ivliaa.abrair 3D feet'in. front of Jilm wna n bald-headed ciiRle, Putins n rnbblt.' The 'eagle evidently paid no attention until Mr.'Tui'nbuH got vilhiu. about, 110, when it suddenly rnado V Vicious fttlnck on him. The'bird Htmlc Us clawh >'rlglil through of :Mr. Turnbult, lie. caught Iho other foot'of'Iho bird Ills left beul.ovcr him on the! ground anil crushed ihe Wo out with his knee. HeVas uiinble to get-tho j claws out of his arm until niter llfo j ir.ti become .extinct in the bird, wfilc-h was several'raluotes. 3Ir. Turner c.t- pcts no serious result from (lie nflictecl by tlie'Wrd.' Every Woman Can Use and ought to use occasionally, a proper remedy for the headache, backache, languor, nervousness and depress- ion v to which .she may be subject These troubles and' others arc symptoms of debil- ity and poor circulation caussd by indigestion or constipation JACK CANUCK. PILL. success. They aavtj already thrown [rom st_ Thomas, Ont. It has line of troops across the Galltpoli been officially denioa. and the Turk? are I CtinniHffliaiD. agctl P5 years, J ilieci at Somerset. Ainu. He was hom p.t Fort Churcliill nnd wits H mcurtor the lirst MGntlo.ba Legislature. at onco safe certain and convenient They clear Uio system mid purify the blood. They ex- ert o general, tnnie effect ftnd jn3uro and tile llirxs are i Utterly tut apparently in vain wji chpck the advance on ronstauiinoplp. J WHAT CAUSED CANADA'S WAR TAXES Flanders the German hosts have bc-eii Tltii Iremendous hut use- loss force against the ever-strenciheu-j [Toronto Globe) [second year. Then he cut the rule for lag front of Iho Allied anuses and; Xo more importane dutv lies before dcmestic letters and leUers to Graii the lone Lhia Mne of tho HrUlsh and Liberal speak- Britain to two cents, once more ti.e ion? LUIO imt u C5Jiada illto a pre-jsjieedily wii.ed out the deficit by care- Freuth stU holds firm- i mauire general election, than tlie ex-Jful oversight.of Iho service. The The announcement of a conference j poaure Of the reckless prodigality of (figures tell the story: between Lord Kitchener and Col! [be Borden government. The money I Conservative Rule Carried, Canada's ofGcia! eye witness of people ol Canada has beeni spent' ces, undoubtedly presazes the move- so Uio bodily orfiang do their natural work causing suffering. Every woman of the i tfengranda who have' tried tham, knowa that Beacham's PiUa act To Certain Advantage Worth 9 Guinea Box DlrKuMt -ltk Enry Rw il Sxcil Vtli. SiM Soiw, Expenditure ment or a further conUngeni of CEU- ada's .callant flgbters over to Prance. of revenue hitherlo tapped i 1594-1S95 fail io j-ielfl euoush io keep up tlie pace set the gentleman from ihe Maritime provinces wlio SsriiS swicrumenE to "dash Io9i-169i fhe country "is with u de- ;'1S3S-1S99 TALK OF w PIPPTION Wmen AN ELECTION The Globfi Discussing the ceaseless talk about la the Inst year of the 1901-1302 BE election. "'Candidas." a regulir j Administration seven and ci half mil-- a correspondent from Ouawa to the (lion Canadians pairt Into j postage established. Christian Guardian 3.627.000 3.91S.OOO terials is only about 25 ceuts per acre I for tlie grain actually treated and it is seldom uecessary to treat, tlia en- tire field. Vooo e nave that R deep -plowed i'niin i furmxv lOgeUier 'with -the bran jinash makes the, most effective ob.ftfta national treasury in the forai of Retw-een 19fl2 1911 the Post Of- sen-.it Bays: are interesting. He taxes. In tlie year before the Borden "On the other hand, why should there not be on election? Next aut- umn is the regular time for a dissolu- tion according 10 the seneral practice in the Dominion. If there were, no there would ha an election at thru .-time in all likelihood. 'U there no IE the crux of the rwhole situation. True, there has been an election In Australia since the "svar began; tout then in the Common- tveaiih there.was a deadlock hetween the two Houises. True, Uiere has been, an election in New Zealand; hut in that Dominion ihe term of pEriia- meni under the lair hatl expired. The term of our parliament irHl cot erpire uDiil the fall of 1S16. Vo if the continues till then, we will have 10 have au election under the shallow of the trig guns. But nulf-r.s .it is', absolutely necessary, such a. mis- foniine ought to be avnlded. There is the greater need of avoiding it toe- cause the last election was won on a 'Jovalty1 H such a try were rais- ed ,in an election in war time It is Impossible to estimate the damage March, 1914-ificCi under Sir William Unlock Eovernmeni a surplus of uimediiite method' of stopping tlio PJough as deeply as possible and with the .vertical.edige toward ine side to be protected. A shatu coulter should ,used In'order to edge as smooth ae possible. OUQ row should bs .glowed about five A et inside the grain and; a second about j feet farther -The (lOjsoned brim is scattered rather plentifully along the bottom DI the furrow. The advancing are delayed by the trench and __ surus flj. nuiuiB ute ucmjfeu uv IUH HUU been quite, three ears in power, 'Before the are hrought In contact "with the polaon. rmm ann sum collected In r and a halt million Canadians was 000. The taxation per head was in- creased in -three yeai Laurier government went out a good j In some kinds v of soil this furrow beginning had been mad per neafl was in-jmail dpliverv whic; rs from ?li.M lo ed materially :h has been extend- :e 1811, but not io t. o tvipe out the Post Prictically every government de- ;0mce surplus had the administration partmeut and orz'ice from one end or j oeen in hgnds. Tbe follo'n-- tue country to Ihe other has been en-, tabkl h-ow ,D three yearfl fl gaged in rhe orgy of spending. A gea- )Libsrai guroluE of over a million had eral statement of that nature, how-.- ever, does not carry conviction. The government press .replies that there has been great expansion and that progress means increased eipeiidl- iures. "There has DO ex- pansion of the number of Indians un- der care of the government, yei ilu expenditure 61 f.he Burto.u of Indian} 4fialTB iE the Interior department iu-j 19H-1913 creased from In 1011 to J in 1S14. The political work-} J 913-1314 era, oE the government ic the West tt-hen til flQd shelter ciiiefly in the Indian ..and. Dominion Laads and nr-tiir- j expendltui-a for ihp year Just ended ally'tlie cost 61 the adrainistratioii'of jis made yublic, H will probably be Dominion lanpe has increased from j that for'ifie.' first time in more in lUll to in IBH.jthau a. decade it cost more to operate To make a comparison that cannot the service than was obtained in rev reduced to Con- servative rule: Liberal Hule Revenue Expenditure TAOIN -MFWYP GKQJ 190S-19IO li'10-1911 Conservative Rule Pose Office revenue and alone may stop them. The poisoned bran in the furrow may be renewed if necessary each evening at small cost. The effectiveness js increased If the poison is sewn broadcast on both sides of the furrow. The effects of tho poisoning should begin ID show1 the 'fallowing' morning. An examination oi! the soli where Hv- BRITISH ing worms were "abundant the prev- ious day should show-'some" dead London, worms and many sick oues; The et-Ui, fecUveness not be judged en- G'wau Boh; can't you see by James ,_________ sitjon, and Lorrl Cromer, who cx-'mcnb of Hritish prLsoucrs in Gcr- HORRIBLY TREATED J pressed regret in the house of lords many, Premier Asquilli saiit British par-; thnt the.Brilisli admiralty bad seen? -'It is a'horriMc story from tirely by the lumber of dead and dy- inir found upon the area treat- JM- UUUH-LUU _- _ ed which huve eaten-only nlhouse of commons eratitudc was ex-i the British people would.exact ropar- Work Together.in the Community that" might be done, not only io our national. but ia the encourage- ment which such a cry Trculfr g to the enemy. one may remark that war elections not healthy in "Australia and jJeiir Zealand.. In the Comraoaweaith the Labor party came ibacfc. In New Zealand there Is a. deadlock; if" the govera- ZBent appoints a, speaker house be defeated. course the results In these Dominions.were .due local biit there are local in Canada aljo. "Of course a win :for. aa: election ijnay tirisB at "any. it It Trill haie% its Write." OUR POfNT 'OF--VIEW A Winnipeg coUspe made farm a by'-the itovernment a-s tiie beat means of Canada's unemployment prob- lams. J.IOPC important than ready larma are ready to ail e Carm ,A', uisde tens com- t men on It Trould be worthless. be met py the espaneion cry. Post Of- Ilce reveuue and expenditures are probably'the most 'useful. There ihe revenue gives-tie measure of the mansion- for which provision must he made by; increaaed espenditure. The Globe has no doubt at afl that tlie "war on the letters of the Canadian people. in part to hide a return to the era. of deficits in the Post Office, which Sir Wflltam lock'a careful adminlslration changed into a-Jons succession of surpluses. If the reader Trill scan the followlns official figures as to Poet rev- Liueral -adminiatrfltian, there- fore, means, ia regard to the Post Of fice, cheap postage and a' profit to the public Under 'Conservative ad ministration it has already meant in creased postage following on the dis appearance of a surplus that has reached tbe vanishing. point. case of Post Office finance js typical The other departments of the public service have beec operated in the same spirit. And1 the result, the in syllable result, foreseen BO" long ago as 1912 by those who noticed how ex penditures were ahootlug- :up abov enrie and expenditure under Liberal rsTenues, 15 that Canada .is paying and Conaervative rule, he will see "w" auhnn.h that -whereas before 1396, the Conser- rativeB on a general rate of three cents to points in Canada, and five Britain, had an annual deficit ranging above J700.000, macle revenues and eipeQditUTe'almost balance in his although evsry doflar spent upon the war is being borrowei in Great Britain .and added to the national debt of the Dominion. The Post Ofllce tigures for a period that endtd months. before tha declaration of war prove conclusively that Ihe.war did not cause Canada's; war taxes. TO CONTROL THE CUTWORM State Etatomologis t CaJyarr 'Albertan mates this pertinent coinroent: "Air. Bftnuett returns 'tram Ottan-a, and again warni ia to ocanomlze, cut down cipeuaea, keep down eipeasae and economize. That is quite right. We need a critic of that Kind, who hai counge euough to speak up, however unpleasant the ajlvice may ibe. Mr. Bennett forgot to add that there Is certain connected with an entirely Mry eleciion." iThe SlriaucJaJ Post, Toronto, in course' ol "an article commenting oh Ihe IOIBH to the of Cauda. the fact that "m'mr onJern provided a. harvest ,to Conse'rra- llre middlemen and thieving conlract- frs." says: "In one a-lone a Can- Milan mamrtac.turer paid a _ le to get an order for goodk nt demand. This amount During tne past few days 'we have 'nuinerouB reports of extensive damage to tall grain irom widely sep- arated localities. in the slate, extending from the Bitter Root Valley ease to Billings, ud north to Havre. Judging from tue experience of recent years fie raay tijject the activities of. the pest to continue to the middle of May, and "we fear tbat other localitica not hsard from yet wirt report damage. The indications are that we are con- fronted by an almost statewide out- break of this cutworm, which we fear miy :be -iiupreeedented in severity. Manx tBoqaande of acres have already been :eaten off; There Js no way of predicting iiicb outhreahs. It is not tafe for any grower of lall Theat io assume that'because the cut- worms have not been noticed in his field they are not there. Grain grow- ers Hhould promptly examine tbeir If cuLWiifmB are .found iiro-.npt actloiv ia necessaryJ Uo6k.for-Them From- lite until dark is the bestr-llme df: day to examine, tbc fields. Ground which durln-; the heat of.the ;day .appear to have, few or no worms, In the cool of Die evening be rfifiirralng wllh them. Look vprma from lo i'% inches in lengti" wHb cba'racterlsllc cutworm ap- pearance. Tbla Is not the army'. worm of 'the eatt, but a cutworm that, when Very abundant; adopts the army; habit and mpvw in, great numbers la search riteodiv win probably be found the field, and may do Qn.jdjtiriafe; .but "when bare apou begin. 19 IP 'Jpjtt -wheat pTQip.pl with control zyeasurea is needed. In case of spring wheat which Js just very'close lion Is nece'Baary'to determine wheth- er or not tlie worms .are eating U as fast as it appears above the ground. If large numberi of Worms; are found 'ia spring wheat'fields, cra'wling about in the late prompt action Is needed. '.ThlL-wfll apply as veil to reseeded fields that have been pi BE ted j iong enough-for .the crop to be up. What to pe The flrit to do If to carefully study, the field in late afternoon and early where the worms are active. Determine wjiere the worms are thickest and in what, direction they are going. They will generally be found in the. edge of the grain that still remainB greon where, they are advancing Into' the grain from tne (spots which they have been eating (The immediate problem IB to stop the 'advance. "We place cur main dependence fop conLTol on poitoned bran maah, made as follows: Coarse bran .M ...tBOpoundi Paris green. 2 pounds Salt......'............. 1 pound Molaaaca 1 quart thoroughly the bran, poison And lalt tGgether'dry. Mix the In about a pail of water. Add this and enough roorc water to make a coarse crumbly mash, that will break Into llakeu scattered. Tbli nhpuld be, sown broadcast, where the worms are, thickest, at the rale of 15 to 20 pound? to the acrp. This IB effective only when moist and aho.uld, therefore, be Bown In the late afternoon. If It drlet out, and living worm abundant "tho next arternoon. the treatment -Tke-oott gf uft> ace this 'house of lords, in which as a British I ready-had.- visited sixteen prisoner reparalipn against, those who soldier he said'lic lamented what he'camps in-. Germany and tbat the re-. prc'.'ed to gmlty agents In locolitles where large amounts was convinced was German inhuman-'ports Mips far could huve shown im- matter as it may he possible for us _ ,-----j _ ._ :_ -to iiiilict, 1 do not think we would those i the be than "THE NORFOLK, as we tailcx- is not a "sissy" affair. Q It's mannish, modish, and moderate in price. QAnd it is absolutely corredt, as shown, for Spring and Summer, 1915. Ask free. UULOffiD WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS ie TTie 2 M'S McGuire KIRKHAM BLOCK, LKTHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, ;