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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL.THE LOCAL NEWS YOC EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THB HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS ,.XX JULY 20, 1920; LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist That's Result of Taken' From. One 'Cut Near -Kip? THE ItHYMING OPTIMIST (By Aline Mlftoclif.) In this age of treat iaTsntlon some man aaTen't much tp call their sage attention to 700 may mention aad they ni it P. D. Q. Without fuw and.wltboul'fiuiry such a chip sel> thtagi to he never seems jo wp'rry; he'lt never in a hurry, but in delights. When you ask for. his 'assistance he can always come across.' Though he leads a soft planned on lines of resistance, tllll he. doesn't jatbtrVmojs-. SAnd, what- ever needs', solving, there's a button to ha pressed. It sets wheels on wheels EOOQ'your woes Small Green Caterpillars Are ieei Webworms Illustration: The ot tbe Beet Webworoi: A. Fall grown larva, life size, B. Portion of larva enlarged, C.. Cocoon, iife size, found in the soil in winter and spring. D. siie. Now, flying atonj roadsides, etc. cars of practically all'of which Is "unearned incre- ment'; .to the C. P. II., will have beeu takes; from ihs rat before this woek The soil is being used lo fill in at the approaches to the Lcthbridec via- duct fit" tho east cud. The been-progressing for "some time is eijecled thai :It.will be'coucluded at Ihe end; of this'wiek. For'several yea r.s past Iho C. P. R. has cleared tut lo a certain c.tleut. The formation of the bills at this district causes the blowing land to Bottle In this cut and this has made it PJ.R. to'do this'annual.cleaning. However, ibis year cpniRany Is gojng to make a job'Of :it" and are rutting their ac- quired, territory'In the fill at the'-via-' matter wijh. this If ''thpy'd watchvhlm 'growing' fatter they would can that line o[ chatter and feel Ves, he grows more nortiy'. daily .at his but- once played golf quite eallj, now just play's the ukulele, ior he -is riit. And his color has" .r, sitting at desk all day. He has- too much ataraiy and ho has Id call a taxi if .he goes a '.block, awayr, :Bnttoa'-pre68ing has great deny; but -it also knpw> abuses too much of it induce s' Ip jlpth and legarlhy. iWhen.'a .very weary, pushing! bells .for his valet. then his yiroBpecls.i 'sure !arp dreary and we say: "Yoii-.'make us; leerj'l chuck this bell stufl far; procedure of purchase .pfviBiippiie's for tbo'city was' also; fully explained by Commissioner Meech Turns On the Luncheon passing around his.purpose. .the -formaVused' for Mr. Meech ppinted'put 'that all the reports are kept not in dollars and hours arc ater valued-in dollars .-and centB.and :hercost added-to material supplied. Every; be are appearing- In. large numbers at various place) and will Dot disappear lor another weak ten days. There will be a second appearance of tkem larger to Stplember.il have been In communloatiun todaj- wSth .the Dominion. Entomologist at tie Experimental Farm, and he aunrei BW.tlut they nill do little damage to anything except veg- etables, although ;at have been known damage alfalfa and flai, In armies snd can be destroyed by plowing a furrow and sprinkling la it freshly nulled needs, such as with par- Is green or arsenic.; It the worms are very numerous a 'second furrow should be plowed." 0 V-. CELEStiAto ploughed across their march, aid in this furrow must' be ilaced-sbme poisoned halt which.wil till the worms' that enter it. 'The cheapest bait is.nia'de from any.-of the food Pull about a weeds, sprinkle them with >Vater, an( then dust over then) about half a xmnd of Paris Green or White arsen c, turning the vegetation over cph slantly with a fork-till the poison'Is evenly distributed: throughout tho heap..: The baft Is 'now ready for ,ap plication to the furrow, along.the hot ton of which.' the poisoned plants should be. evenly scattered; If the worms are very numerous make a lecond furrow about a rod beyorfd the firsthand poison-it in way. The- bait must be replenished when It becomes too dry to be attractive or if it lias been all _ea.ten up. Where-.the'-worini. are present in Urge-cumbers In a field of alfalfa or }t may be necessary lo Paris .Green 3 pounds, lime 3 pounds, water" 100'gallons will spraj an'ac're, but-.fields that are just about to be put'should not bo sprayed on accpimf. 'of, ol poisoning this can bereduc ed' to about of Paris waler, and' this can be plants by dash Inj 11 on'with a broom or with a whtsp .'of hajv -spray wiiu While Arsenic Charge-, and. .countercharge Is the order of the day in 'police court pro- ceedings .in con nectlou with a China- named Charlie Han, who was disturbed by Constable Alford of the- city, police force' on Salurday evening lajt for breaking the bylaw by lyih; on the grass' Afl a result of the proceedings a summous wasiissned agblnit-Hon for fa- tullhig language, 'To a peace officer while in the discharge of his duty. The Chinaman countered back by swearing two informations agafnet the constable. "In the first he charged him usive language in the Calgary poru contend, art (bowing consider- able llitllneu during the paat dayi. They, getting after food in a mart hurried mianer. The whole trouble Is taid to be the fad that Peter Tonklaa the.Cal- gary dljtrlct lo part ii the hoo- per there. .Peter has been working havoc among Use southern Alberta hoppers and when Instructions were yeslerday for i'eter to go north1 tney breathed a sigh of relief, but Ibit sigh will not bring them anything be- cause'it does not mean that the prfc vlncial government. In coujuPnctlon with Dominion Entomologist Strick- land are going to give 'up the fight, A." W.; Murphy is again going', to make his headquarlert Ih'Lethbrfilg'e. He will be here In k day or two and will have charge of the seeiirye Nation. According to a fepbrt "pub- lished In Calgary a few.dayi "ago' the bureau for this work in Xethbridje was scheduled to open today, but Mr Murphy Is not on the job tiero yet Last Mr. Tpmklns a car of molaHee, flve barrels. On Saturijy Shipped oat Mystery Unsolved Provincial Police Unable To Identify Burmis Murder Victim Mystery still surround! the death ol the man unidentified found with his throat cut, under a C. P. R. culvert near Bur- mis. -fJo further information haa come to though the city po- jlce are busy .investigating. specter Risk, who had returned _ to the again today far Blalrmore to carry on the search for a clue to what Is to be a murder at the p recent No weapon has so far been found, at the spot where the body Wai gran around la very rank, nearly three feet In and- a'ny amalE weapon, such at, a-knife, If It there, will be difficult to locate: CALGARY MAN IS SENT, TO JAIL. HERE .Tuck Burns, who -was arrested iusplcion In Caifiari'-.iir connection with.Iho murder of Annn'Ooedon there, tnd afterwards has fallen nto the clutches' of "the -city police. Ho was arresled on charge of vag- rancy, and appearing hcfore: Magis- trate Irwln on Tuesday morning, was given ten days' with in tho provincial jail Ju the same .court .four, youths, J. McCormack, :A Cameron, A Wjlle, and J. Duda; were charged under the IJtiuor Act, together ylth Bren- dle, alleged to havo The case was remanded (o Wednesday HOPES TWO PREMIERS .TALK G. hopes thai Premier fUewart, while In the east oh-matters Slid fo effect Iho E. 0. and, B C will take the.fipportumty to consult wllh Iho Domlolori goyornraent about irrigation'matters b( In- terest to southern- Alberta, In Jlr, JIarnoch s opinion the only way the provincial government can work :wllh the Dominion government Is to have Premier Stewart put his (cet under tho taWe at-Ottawa 'a to heart talk tcr. v v It'wiil pijrn the foliage. A second" generation of these worms will appear In-September, aud If they 'e.relatiyely-as nuhierous when com- ared-with'the first generation as they iye b'een In the past there will not be left in the country alfalfa, potatoes, and arden crops at that time will have to e watcied carefulb', and immediate .epa.he'-iak'en to'.'combat the pest. In these crops very ree. especially lambs it Is only on these weeds bat the 'eggs are laid. -V T -En.iopiolbgical "Laboratory, e' of a-litter of puppies, and CrD-Chiult; in the second the constable' charged with doing the harm, in tbe'vv'ay of and kicking" him. .comes up for hearing on SaturdayVmbrnlng. MILK Fresh from our owrt daio1 herd, In tlmo for breakfast. You get it soon after No disappointments in delivery. PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Ltthbrlcfjo Daify Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not-bo hard on your clothing. .When done properly, pressing and sponging -will make your garments wear longer. not have your pressing .done by the newest pro- cess, :.pur prices aro reasonable, MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry Cleaned Suit, Sponged find Pressed'. Suit, Pressed............... ,75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH 1770 WE IRE ONIIIKGI DEW mmm mm With a fresh and class; stock of groceries and will sell at lowest possiblo prices consis- tent with high quality. Your grocery may be entrusted lo us with ev- ery confidence that experienced and efficient service will lio rendered. PHONE 767 leysiWishart 13lh Street, the Midi, BRITISH pfiiNFORCEMBNtS SENT TO-MESOPOTAMU LONDON.Vt July. rein'- Britlsli Iroopa hare beeri' jriove'd from India to Mcso- potamiB.to.cojV'witli the Arab revolt there.-it'yas'aniioiinceil in the. house of commons today by Winston Sjwncar Churchillj the'secretarj' for warv C. p. MacKintpili, superinten'dcnl of he Eoiithfrn. Alberta, division' of the .P.n., has taken a hand in the fight' gainst the beet web-worm. Today he sailed a agents in his Istritt giving ttiem information con- eriilhg therpeMst aod-.ipw rlth'them. The clrcnlar.ircads as'fol- .___'... all Agent's: Farmers In many pcalltles'-are worrying over the ap- ol the beet' weVwdrui. They i. PERKINS one place, you can shoes fliM" Jiiat right. OrdHs'colled for ..and. delivered. afREET PHONE 6S3 3 Doore South 'Colonial Theatre Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to The Yale THE FIFTH CAFE STREET SOUTH We do not compete In'prlcewlth- the ordinary piano, but we do compete .with the, best in the TpWillis "Canada's Bett" Is a good investment for the rea- son that money well spent is- money saved. Come in and let us dempnttrate these wonderful planet. WILLIS PIANOS Limited, 707 Third Ave, So., (Hull Block) .iblpped from to'-'Cal- OUKE POSTPONES VISIT 8 Y DNB Y. July 18 t he: Duke of Devonshire has his visit to Cape. Breton and'will not'be In Sydney until July' 31, Is the an- nouncement received by Mayor Pitt gerald from the vice-regal party's sec- re HI s: eicelle n oy was cted here on the Sl.st. Every; SI ice is Nice That's what they say about the delldpus 'cakes we've baked for you You'll enjoy them to the-fullest and thank your stars that'you didn't waste a heated hour in tho kitchen" try- Ing to equal them. A vsplendid variety, fresh every day. Also all pastry deli- cacies and fine bread and rolls, KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 Ibs, for milk testing 3.6 per cent, f.o.b. our dairy. Sour milk will be paid for at butterfat, price, which is per 100 We are quoting an advance on Sweet Cream of 5e per Ib. The present price is: No. 1 Sweet Cream ,60c per ft. Butterfat No. 1 Sour Cream ,52c per ft. Butterfat No. 2 Sour Cream ,49c per, ft, Butterfat Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 New Seiton'c Pure Maple Syrup, tlna bottles for Liquid Veneer M< the hcWVmllk-'i'daaiVrt.' per pkg. ,16c L Raipberrlet, per 38e .1! i Grape Fruit, 2 New Potass; Z IBs. for..- 25c Vegetzbte Brufhes, 15c invincible L'ernon'ader.' per bottle contents el a: bottle'iWijU make 1; gallon of Lerror.sie by.' idding water..'-' WasrtJtffe'. Orange Marmalade, reg- v ular 55c, on week r Honey, Kerr't Pure', Alfalfi, tins, for 65c for snd pure' Salt, large''' l- Pster'a Pure Milk Chocolate; 10c', elats shakers, 2 for 20e and ShJiWoody Mixed Barley Sugar, regular.afle, on. isc- ule, 2 Start or Alphabstj, Johnstone'i Prepared Liquid per bottle .Arab Tea, per Ib. 75c G IKE .ilk; co, FAMILY GROCERS1 V SERVICE AND SATISFACTION Made from pure nutritious, refreshing. Special orders laken for parties and suggest Neapolitan, Crushed Pineapple. Slrawberry or Chocolate, You will bnjoy the new hot weather delicacy WATER ICE -IN ALL FLAVORS It's very popular those.hot days. Your guests will appreciate tt. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. PhOne 1929 Wo'.shall be clad lo ehow'Vpu through our new plant. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., ;