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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, .July 11,1013 OF FYFE'S tSWE IN DI8 IE MOTHER AND DAUGHTER RE-iORT TO LITIGATION-CASE BEING HEARD EN CAMERA Lomdon. July 10.-It is not often j that members of the royai I'aniily ; have to resort 1o the high courts to , eetUe private difficulties bo at pres- ) wit there is much comment in a smftU j Bcclal Vslrcle whioii has knowlodge of | the facts conoerni-DR thp differencos ' between the Princess Royal and the Duchess of Fife, royal mother and tlaughteT, who are engaged in litigation in tile high cmme here concerning the property and estates of the late Dui;e ot Fife. Jluch secrecy has been adopted in the proceedings over which Justice Seville is presiding in his chambers. B-hich is equivalent to en camera. Neither the press nor the public is �!!onod admission. Of snoh an intricate nature are the Issiie.'i j^ised that further legal argu-nients will be essential before a jn-dlcial decision c�n be 6"iven. lURKEy MS AMERICAN DANCES TABOOED AT GENEVA AND HAVE CAUSED TROUBLE The Brand of The Cattle Any Cut You Want A Real Nice Cut Always And a Pleasure To Cook Also a Pleasure To Carve Jack Spratt and His Famous Wife >Caai,o �-/iT JTo f>iTA COUZ.D jsnv , ./y-o rjCArf/i \sHwou/? p/?mE t 1^ The Story of the Fresh Killed Choice Southern Alberta Grown Meats We Sell Try Our Cooked Meats for Lunch Phone 452 G. A. DEL4NY Phone 452 Our Sausages are the Best Made APHIDS OESimiNG POPLAR lES Geneva, July 10.-Many leading Swiss hotels are exhibiting notices prohiblttng "American" dances, such as the Tiirkey trot, and the Bunny Hug, on account of complaints by others than the Anglo-American visit-ors who used them. Several unpleasant scenes have hap:| pened in the ball rooms of the hotels. | An Australian officer seeiag his daugh ter dancing the turkey trot with a young American visitor, snatched her away from her partner, to whom he presented'-hisi,oard, -seri^lng seconds for a due}'j^e, following mprning. AjnerJc^t*'!!?* -Syncing withi fbreign-ers are", asked . to keep to the waltz end two step.  Government Entymologist Watching Their Work How the Pest Operates IS BRIDE TO-BE IS JUST 81 MS OF AGE MontresI, July 10.-Perhaps the moat interesting passenger on board the Royal �dward which arrived yea-; terday was Mrs. Mary Hro�u. SI ywars of age. of Kent, England. She is on her blushing way to Victoria, B. C, to ^et married, he/ hi|sbai\U,, being j ten years her junior. Uhtli tliis tiip i on the Royal Edward. 3[rs. Brown had never seen a steamship and ib fact had never left her hcrtnie town. 'Shei has for the past ten years been cor-j respotifiing with the man she is now i going to marry. BEATRICE CAGED AGAIN London, July 10.-Miss Beatrice .H. Baunders, the financial secretary of the Women's Social and Political Union, who wa^s released on license June 23 on account of ill health, was re-arrested yesterday. She will now undergo a further-"period ot her l�rm of fifteen months' imprisonment in �which she was sentenced June IT, on the charge of conspiring to commit malicious damage to propei^ty. COLLISION IN QUEBEC . Quebec. Jmly 10.-A collision at St. Maliche on the south shore line of the transoorafinental railway, thirty miles east of Levis, occurred yesterday afternoon. Besides wrecking two locomotives, a brakeman, whose name cannot be learned, was killed, and Master Mechanic Freeman had one of liis arms broken. host upon which they feed, gives rise to the formation of wings, enabling the aphid to migrate to a new plant, j The eggs of these svluged forms ai e j capable of standing the winter's cold, ' hatching in the spring to the wingless form. Jlost apiilds secrete a sugary sub-' stance upon which the young insect _ i feeds. Very often this secretion is i excessive and wind-hlown spray,s call-Poplar and cmtonwood trees in the J ed "honey dew" are formed. Of this city are being attacked this year as \ ants are very fond, and will protect in former rears, by a numhar flt, in-: aphid colonies in order to get it, sects, which, if they dtt not-perinaS-i.qftentimes promoting the secretion ently injure the growth of the tree, [by stroking the aphids. at least render the foliage very un-; They also have been known to carry sightly. The curliiig.o�"'it.he_'leaves is ; the aphids to their nests, caring for due largely to the attack^ bf a. species'them like herds oi cows, i-n order to of the saw-fly or Teathredlnidae fann-1 maintain the supply of honey, ily ofihymenopteroua insfeots.i .{Lis' a! ou accouai of their method of fe^i-[ t^ery difficult nia'ttet;^td*^^4et&ri?ihe'the, jng the aphids are practically immune spefeieb,-afe there'a^e" about-.two \hpns- from attack by, spraying, but kero-and in the family. ,?'The damage to the s�ue is a very effective remedy, foliage is caused largely by this ia-f Beetles and Moths sect, although .Mr. Strickland, the gov-1 ^^^^^^ ..usj. numerous enemies ernment entomologist, states that the ; q,,,. ^apid growing poplars, includ-aphids, or plant Uce, assist very ma- jj,g ^ minute beetle about which verv �na!ly in the curling effect, jijjl^ jg known, and various leaf min- Grub Does the Work ers and ' hoppers, and the morning j The fly itself is a most Inconspic- cloak butterHy larvae, but the aphids ' uouB insect. The ovipositor is placed; and saw-fly are causing the bulk of on the end of the abdomen, and con- the damage to Lethbridge trees. 'sists of two fiat horny plates which I___, are furnished on the inner side with i elahorate teeth. These plates slide | backw.ards and forv,-3rds in sheaths,; and form verit.ibie saws whose func-; lion is to bore holes in the twigs or , leaves, at the bottom of which the \ egg is deposited. The larvae of this 1 particular species, vrliich^. resembles a; caterpillar, can be seen at present i under the curled ieaf. They are : orange in- color with a black head, i These larvae feed on the leaves until ( about August io when they enter thej soil at the base of the tree-, living in.-- . the pupa stage until spring. I jledicine Hat. Julv ln:-At a meet- It is at this stage in it's life history tj, the.citv'council this aiternbon that the saw-fly is most susceptible; ^1,^,, ji.jn^ij,^^!'oi Sers^t. Campev was to attack, when a thorough digging i ^vithdrawn and he was suspended, and turning of the soil surrounding} pg^fij^g l,j,e result of a full investi-the tree will usually effect their do-'nation trt charges made against Chief struction. � ! of Police Bruce and Magistrate Kri- Mr. Strickland is e.xperimenting; ipy. u is evident there is no love with spays at the home of Mr. C. B. lost between Campev and Bruce and Bowman, hut believes that poisons | it looks like a bitter fight, will be ineffective ae the grubs are He Otlr.ndet! Council pi-oteoted in the curled leaf. Owing; to Medical Health Oflicer The Aphids iMcBride having criticized the actions These minute bugs are commonly I of the city council with cegard to his known as plant lice or green flies.! department in the press, the council They feed by puncturing plants and | this afternoon decided to ask for his leaves and suciiing the juices, hence ' resignation. He came here about a are immune from attack by poisons, j year ago from St. Catharines to take SES HER VOICE N TiNDER S LUCY SEPHALIA OF DOLLAR BAY, MICH., HAD DEVELOPED FREAKY TENDENCY Marinette, Wis., July 11.-IVhen it thunders Lucy Sephalia, VI years old. of Deilar Bay, .Micliigan, loses her voice. She first lost her voice six woeks ago during a thunderstorm. Shortly afterwards it was restored when .she was playfully frightened by a friend. In each electrical storm since that time' the same thing happens. Kach time her voice has been restored bv a prearranged surprise or shock. Many physicians have been studying the case. BULGARIA MUST ACT RAPIDLY OEFICERS REFUSE 0 GIVE P RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS KEEP OFFICERS TO DIG UP IN-FORMATION FOR PRIVATE USE ESTiGATE THE ClPEYCHi London, July 9.-Bulgaria is now-aiming a blow at the heart of Salonika In an attempt to win a decisive advantage against her former allies, Greece and Montenegro, with whom she quarrels over the spoils taken from Turkey. She must strike swiftly and strike hard. It is stated on good authorit3(,...^^liat a Roiimanian army of 500,001)' strong will ;soon go into action, i Thl^ijiiirmy may i^be used against Bulgaria'*imiess she Has de^ feated Setvia  SndoUSfeece. i * Ottawa, July 11.-Whether or not the operating and engineering expert.s of the railway '.'ommission are privileged in tiieir investigations and "above the law'.' inasmuch as they are not required to make the resiilLs of them public even-at the demand ot a; coroner's, jury, is a point at issue in the inquest now proceeding into the recent Avreck on the- Canadian Pacific railway at the IMcKellar tpwnsite. Tiie railway board, it has been learned, has notified -Mr. G. .\. Mountain, its chief engineerj not to testify. , , . "I understand it is desired that .Mr. Mountain testify, but the hoard considers his investigations for its ears only," said a press representative to Assistant Commissioner Scott. "That's right," said Mr. Scott in reply. "Our officers do not examine for the benefit ot the public and they are not called upon to testify in an iiujuest. We could not get the information the railways now give us i! that wete so."  the new apron skirt semi-fitting coat. j ,, : � and MEDICINE HAT COUNCIL DECIDES ON WISE COURSE-HEALTH OFFICER FINED By exhausting the juices and sap from the leaves, a wilting and curling is effected, and the folds afford favorable places for the laying of more eggs. These insects are very prolific and their control consequently difficult. Any check to the growth of the the position. s TO ISSUE mmm m Continuing The Sale Of DINNER SETS AND OTHER THINGS FOR THE REST OF THIS WliK SCOTT GOVERNMENT WILL SEEK LOAN THE FIRST IN SEV-' ERAL YEARS COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon Coffee and Blue Ribhwi Baking Powder have the same good quaMty that Blue Ribbon Tea, is famous lor. They are guaranteed superior to all others and If you buy any one ot those articles you are at liberty to return It and have your, money refunded, but we kno-w yevi wUl prefer to keep the goods, ,',.'-'��';� Winnipeg, July 11.-In order to negotiate a bond issue of the Saskatchewan .government Hon. A. Turgcon, attorne.v-general, and Hon. A. P. Mc-.\"ahb, minister of public works, are going to London. They proceeded through the city last night. Mr. Justice Lan!ont oi the supreme court ot Saskatchewan, is going with the ministers. Sir. Turgeon said that the government had not decided how large the debentures woultj ho. 'I'hat would depend on tiie market and on other condition.s. He remarked that he expected Saskatchewan woitld do a.s w?ll as Manitoba did with its last issue. It is several years since Saskatchewan last applied to the London money market. So manv people ^,vere unprepared to buy Dinner Sets last Saturday, but really wanted them, we have decided