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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FIIIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1019 THE ISTHBIUUGE DAILY IIEIUIJ) PAGE THIRTEEN FOR A HOSPITAL T. Leuel, vising (a dls- LHisb of' his fine residence at IMsvrJu-T Creek for a hospital ut ft cost ol He valuea tho properly at ft i i CD are the most dellgUt- ul moulds of (lie year (or golf lu Last week-cud, vrliHe very iol, taw the Hahs crowded. This veck-eud the local club have as their guotils the Medicine Hat Golf Club. In pordug goeafp dWfgnaled tlie "-Mad .tYoai'lbe'r dally paper It ooki asjf they would ho here strong u Fifteen are ex- pected. The folXiwlDg local players iavu leeii chOirtr br commit rtiju which the nucetKbry Dumber Invades Districts Around Even Enters the X Weed. Killer PKoguos of a now "worm which-the C. P. It. reported the oilier-Oar Uad al- most east of hclhbrldeo KClKuc.oh ifiu vrklch-ttr- mpro iiDtth ot Ihe city" reporLed lo the lltralfl lo be.'even t Invading their houses havo caused' sotnc constorna- t'on cf lale. Investigation by E. H, e ihe "Mnipulil Karra, liris K-d to his Issuing IhD' following report: Ileitorls coming "in from many sections or the country ot very large numbers ol :i small green caterpillar which Is mistaken by a numlier o( people for Iho Army Cutworm. This is, however, llic larva ot tho small whitish moths thai have been so jiuiuerous along- Ihc roaJsl this Summer, anil Is known as tho Fleet It Is not related In. any 10 'our or ST mtworms. far as know vro have very, littlo In fear from thii 'worm' iif Ibis province as'a ngst o, field crops. Us natural food here Is I'igv.-ccd, l.ambsquarlers or Ituaiiaa and we havo seen ft Eeti' Kon earlier in Hie year go Ihrough a vrlicnt fiold oaMiis up nil of those nnrl IcaviiiK tlie wheat untourli ctl. II will however feed on alfalfa .lale flax ami most nl Hie gnrdfiii crops (hn( arc preen at tjn's licto of the year when it has exhausted Ihe supply o Us more natural focx] plants, L'rom now on till the cut! of Soplcni Lor thcro jtroliably he is in (gra t ions of 1 li esc ivorro s f ros; weedy flelris to'new fecdtns proundc, and m '.his way lUey mar set into -anlcns or nlfnlfn fields. The easiest GOLF will he Impair the visit- ors Play Etarii'et 3.SO sharp. Ptoua J. S. Kltkham It un'ntle lo be deck: Lunch Mill bfe-serred al the clubhouse, and" a cupper In the eve- slug ul Klrkby'3! The J, Pinning, John S. J, SliapberoV J.' S. A. II Herb Held, H. A. McKlllop, Jl. H lucks, -Dr: N Woik of Ihe Department of Sol- dim' Civil Re-establish- ment r. -Macleod, H. W. Menzle, II. J. II Skeltli, Thos. Otlwifl, D. Thompsou J. A. Held, Jag. Dhwsbn tnd M. Fret- :an; T This Is the third luter-club vUU. MacLeod, a lid Piucher .Creek tavlns o doivn twice, and now comes Medicine Hat. This IB most satisfac- tory. Not konly knavr thyself It's miglily eood lo know thy neighbors, especially good clean spurts like find bur gueals always lo be. Golf ban gripped Lhe west. II you don't play, why not gel a grip on Eoll? K slings like an adder, but Oh, Boy: It'a a craod and glorious Iceling. Jolu ILatea per moiUb. Tlie bbst tonic la the world for what alia you. ALtAREREAOYlO GEIV1SIIG lo prolecl etc.. when a of llicse is seen fo bo encroach- ing cr. them is to plough a deep furrow 'across Ihcir line of march, nnd lo scat- Iter alont: II green vegetation, by pref- erence quarters or Plsf weed. Iwhicb has been moistened wilh water sprinkled wllh Paris Green. DuaL- ing individual growing plants with a mixl'.iTQ of one part of Paris Green to .nbonl 15 paris of Umc will kill any of llio worms Iccfllng on ihem. Ihe end of September all of ivortus will have burrowed into rlic ioll. Imvc run'Je lonp sil- licii COCOOTIB, covered wilh oarlh In which they will pass the winter These look much like pieces ot lilnrkcncrl straw, about l'lwov- inches and arc fonnU standing upright ]usL Lclov; ihc surface ol the. soil. Kvarj'lhinE Is readiness for the visit-on Saturday morning ol the na- t'.Gnal editorial party 'of 225 members wuu will arrice at 6 "a.m. by special Lrain (rotn.'Calfiary. Chairman Uaalim of the entcrtalnnionl committee end tho oiber committees appointed have been 'working hard and beliuYO thai the visitors will hare' reasoa to re- mender their visit to LeUibrldec. As many citizens as posaible sbould attenJ Hie reception In GalL Gardens ia the morning ut 7.30, when, after harlns bceu wakened by tho pipers' band, Ihc editors will be granted Ihc freedom of the' city and prorided wilh bouquets oT flowers from the park Following this come breakfast irJiicb will Ijcfserved In Ihc URolin Motor garage by a committee of ladieB, ol -ivhicli Mrs. K. B. Spooner IB convener. After the breakfast sev- eral short speeches, Includiog-onft-ot- welcorae by Acting "Mayor Freeman, will ho madcj, nnd about 9.30 the party, accompanied by a number townspeople, will leave in for a 25mlle trip through '.Lhe. Ifrjr'K To place relumed men In touch wlib opportunities for employment IB one OH the futiri'ong or iho Inform at tun And flerrlce of Ihc Departnienf ot Soldtera' C'lvll He-estabHahrncut which Is carried oul throughcdi. Ihe 69 einploymeni oltices situated in all par ot Canada. Without wading lo get out of kbaki. a brtwny specimen of manhood pie- c en led hlmseli at ibe returned eotfler employmenl (or un A-l he ask- ed cagerTj-. "I got lo get u ;ut> and get 11 quick." "Whtl'6 your hurry, waat lo get chatted another returned man irho malted. "I'm cot so tloiv us that. I liavo Mid 4ono retorted tlie' giant. "1 want to eol my wllfl over." A chat nreaied the story. This man had married an KnglisU girl some moDlhs bofoie iiul uheu the time demobUltal'on earner Ihe bride decided hat eho would not venture overseas intll her husband had a per- manent position. "She via n-lie ,-Ul laugbed he ftmployunQDi To Insure tbo of a per- manual job applicant was persuaded i wilt for a few days. Five dayn ler Hugbes applied for nian 'as "prieon fl.150 per annum, board and un'forni while on man mnsl be over 0 ft. In., under 37 earj of age, aWo to read aad -.vrile, find physically tit. It was eiaclly the job for {his man and he went, oH del I gh led wilh the prospect of bavin a TiermanenL position so thai he could fetch his wife over from England. A western man who had been .aborer in pre-war days wanted lo change hie work and gel Eomet "a hit more easy-MXc." Ho was will liig.lo wait a few weeks he said, Im at the end of two vretka the very job turned c: rJ.sJ I'lth, a goud concern. Some of the requests for men reg- Ulercd al the emploj-nienl office are olf the healen Irack and first atghl often puzzle the man in charge as' liow besl (o (ill (hem, but In every case of an unusual revues I, or one lhat promises a scarcity of supply, on S. 0. S- is sent Ihrongh lo every nicnl office in Ihc country. At one office a request cnnie hi for an. axe aod canee man. such In- dividual had ever presented lumEclt here lo ask for a job. but the em- ployers otfer went, up on the slate. Two days later, a ivho came In Decking employment, was n FrcTich-Cahadlan. a joli as a he much about the Save Against the "rainy day" The thought of being dependent some day, wtien illnesi or old age tlta away one'j lo earn, ii diilaMeful to ihe' Canadian mind. The junplesl. wiy ta'ofTic; this is lo open n Savings Account and add something to it every week. Come in and we.will gltdly ex- plain. CijJUI I S.TBO.TO Reterrt Fund THE BflHK OF novfl SCOTIA asked the employment "I knovf everything." "WeH, how about a "Canoet I was torn In one." "I havff a job for an axe and canoe man. If rou Lake the Job you can get either a day straight or II per day and a dollnr a mile lor Jlrilb 230." Into, the dollar a day grinned Lhe applicant, proving that he something about Iho job. After the employer had interviewed the man he rang up the office and asked whore on. earth thcj- discovered sucli a. guide, ticlalmiiiK ia the eiact type of man I have been looking for." Numerous good positions are found at different times for relumed men" wlihln acUltilles of ITie depart- rnent Itself. A man ivas wonte! in Toronto lo work upon the manufacture of artific- ial limbs, one ivjUi saddlery or leath- er work experience. A saddler cor- poral In the army, decided lliat ho PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS Lower Prices on Beef, Mutton and Veal Choice Roasts of Beef, per Ib. 15c, 18c, 20c Choice Roasts of Mutton, per Ib. 30c, 35c Choice Roasts Veal, per Ib. 18c, 20c, 25c, 30c Choice Creamery Butter, per Ib. 55c It will pay you to see our windows tomorrow morning. Quality considered our prices are the lowest in the city. P. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion Market Main Market Phone 1654 Phone 412 Fish and Poultry Market Phone 545 could take 1L but for one dra-wbacfc. He was in need of Eomc dentistry before commencing. The Department made arrangements with Ihe Metllcal Branch, however, for the man lo re- ceive denial treatment lu Toronto, and in addftfton moved his wife and family down, there. Ho is now hold- Ing Ihe job with a cban.ce Lo rise to as much as one dollar per hour. The men who come In arc very keen on helping others and frequently return lo the employment office to report opportunities of employment lliat will give another chap a chance. One Ut Division man, who laken tack by his own firm s. traveller, has through his own Initiative been getting positions for other men in all parts uf the country. A. survey firm applied for Ivo men ;o work on (he St. 1-a.wrc'nce. Appli- cants mual bare knowledge of signal- ling and Lo able lo speak French The application was put Into the Ot- tawa ofllcc who endeavored to fill the bill. Plenty ot signallers. were found, but Lo KeL.lho comblnalion ap- peared difficult. Laler In tbo day, tho Battalion walked in and an nounced themselves signallers. All three were aeiit up to the employer was FO pleased that "he engaged three Instead of two. Manitoba's public Fchool teaching- slatf, numbering about will get an incrccse In salary when they re- sume lliejr dnlies for the fall term on September 2. The .arcrage in- crease will he about. !50, making a total of Second class certifi- cate holders will receive from lo and third class from to a ehqrt'iicnc-ibj; the various tbafcnterpflBlng comriiunUiv and T gated district east ol the city. At Inkc the train there about 12 o'clock Coaldale they will be entertained (or Cor Iho run lo Medicine Hal------ Twice as to, iy Positions Open A3 There Arc Men Making Application For Work "Jobs were never more plentiful men were never scarcer than lliey nrc said Thos. Ijongworlh, superintendent of 'the Alberta Labor, lierc In Ihc Herald In sum- ming up Ihft situation AS il stands to- day. "Al tho present lime wo havo more limn twice as many Jobs stand -'ug ojipn on one hooks lhan ever Jn Ihr. Jilstory of the bureau." Since tlie opening of the mines In Iho Lc-lhbrldgf! nnd Crow's Xest Pass dlsirlclti' the labor burenu'has been flcodcrf with orders Jor miners. Over 500 miners are needed lo fill the jobs. Just where they arc coming trom no one knows, "Winnipeg has been'asked to trtkD the matter up. and an effort will JIJtoly bo marie to secure men from eastern Canada. If this Is not sails- factory IL Is possible Hint nn effort TV III be made lo Induce Immigration of conl miners from the Old Country. Tin re to bo a feeling in coal circles that tbe mining Industry Is going to steady down now, nnd thai a larger market will be secured each year in Manitoba, so that It. goon inJncr.i ctin ho Induced lo come from (be British Iflcs they will gcL fnlrly Stccuiy smployrntnt. Tfic situation in oilier (radcs not quite so had. but 125 luuvcsl nnd farm hands are atlll ncctlcd, 100 mtn arc wanted for saw and planing mill work In ll.C, lumber .camps, whllo CO men 'mid 40 common laborers arc nlso wanfctL Tlita mnkco over SCO men nccilnrl nL llto present Unic lo clean up Iho demand al this one braacb of the labor bureau Byatem. Heal Seville; Orange Marmalade AU Oranjft enJ _--; No carrwttfiagc. Bailed uflfi cert in CORN SYRUP DANGER OF U.S. INTERVENTION MEXICO CITY, Aug. newipapCra of -Mexico Clly, In (heir and news columni, ycctcrday declared that the ger of American Intervention In Mexico Is not pass-d. The preti Is making nn open effort to have tNc government more com- plete details Of development In the slluallon, the government an- nouncements ihus far having afsled of official bulletins, The senate and chamber of deputies wore occupied tod Ay ,fn, tho border filtuntlon In secret teaslon. Kilwfird Scarlto, a tapitAllflt, ERVO shares of stock Valued nl lo tho University o( CnlUornla. FROM CHINA AND JAPAN Last week we received the finest and largest as- sortment oi imported silks tbal has ever come to Lethbridge, We invite yon to see them. MEN'S SHIRTS from to CAD1ES' BLOUSES from to GLOVES, afl colors at HOSE it WAIST LENGTHS from to Very pretty Table Covers, Handkerchiefs, Babies' Goats, Babies' Quilts, Yard Goods, Underwear, etc., in some cases hand done. Make Perfect Preserves with Lily White Corn Syrup and Use it in Cooking and Candy-Making. HOME-MADE nothing to equal them when put up with half sugar and half Lily White Com Syrup. Experience helps, but even the beginner gets wonderful results. Preserves retain much more of their tiatural flavor than when sugar alone U wed, The Lily White Com Syrup prevents crystallization and improves the. keeping qualities oi your preserves, jams and jelly. When a woman starts the use oi Com Syrup for one 'thing, she toon extends it to others. Lily White helps the flavor of fillings for pies and tarts. Added to bread and'rolls, it gives that delicate .sweetening that good cooks appreciate. Let the young folks use It for taffy, fudge and divinity. BING WO QROCERIES, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ORIENTAL SILKS AND FANCY GOODS PHONE 1872. MO 13th STREET N. Full JtrtCHoru for Iht me of Lily While In pruerring, cooking and candy making, are. flotn hi our new Illustrated Coalf {Book. Sml free la you on request. THE CANADA STARCH CO., LIMITED. 231 UKUTTUAL. ;