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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HEKAtP WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1911 ff ATTENTION, SHEEPMEN ERADICATE THE TICKS It costs monc> to breed suck Wood from your sheep in order to live. Did you ever stop mid figure these Ticks cost you? The Sheep Tick hvjs, arc n I Inched to the contain liung -younfi. The eggs hatch in from 19 to 23 dnys. Kadi Icmali- will lay an egg every seven or elicit dajs. 'tins means thousands and thousands of Ticks in a short time. What chance tone >our ami grow goml heallhy llceces when coverH with Ticks? ,'licU'snck the life blood, mid every drop of blood has cost you money m teed to pro- duce It for no oilier reason Ihau-to pi-event this loss you should dip your sheep. DIPPING STOPS TICK LOSSES the only means by which the Tick can be effectively a dip musl.lmtsed which destroys both the adult Ticks on the sheep at the time of dipping, and the youna ones which hatch from the eggs after the sheep have been you don't destroy these young Ticks, then the dipping has done little or no good. Use COOPER'S arsenical the only kind which destroys both the adult and young Ticks. Arsenical Dips remain in the fleece for a long young which hatch from eggs are destroyed, and fresh infection is absolutely prevented sometimes arsenical dips keep sheep free from Ticks for twelve months. Don't be afraid of Arsenic-Sulphur dips simply because Arsenic is a poison. Liquid sheep dips also are Coal Tar dips are poisonous (see Government Insecti- cide Act is one of the worst is quite as safe to use as any liquid dip, and a whole lot more profitable, if only for the reason that, as is well known, it is an excellent skin tonic, tending, therefore, to the production of more, and better quality wool. LIQUID DIPS WORTHLESS FOR TICKS The Coal Tar and Tobacco Dips arc useless in Tick work. Liquid Dips in general 'an; unsatisfactory for eradicating the Tick: as soon as the fleece is dry, sheep dipped in them can become re-infected. The young Ticks which hatch out after dipping are un- affected by liquid dips, and so the whole trouble starts over again, dipping in Liquid Dips thus having only a very temporary effect. Liquid Tar, Tobacco, not last in the fleece long enough to kill the licks which hatch out after the dipping, and do not prevent fresh attack. Make Sure It's Cooper's, Then Dip KEMP'S BRANDING PAINT Will Brand a wet sheep Equally as Well as a dryme Will stay on tiic sheep's back as long as any weather, wet or dry, hot or cold. Will 'flissoiye fro'ni the: wool in Jhe or- dinanr scour. Will not mat the fibres injure Ihc wool. Will permit the sheep being dipped and tlieniat once branded, or vice versa. Will brand more sheep per gallon than any other branding fluid. BLACK, BLUE AND GREEN A gallon brands from 500 to 1000 shcep: denendinc on size of brand and care in using. You'll never "fuss" with Lamp Black and Oil after once using. Write for special booklet on "Sheep Ticks" and "Branding Paints." D. Higinbotham Company, Limited Lethbridge, Distributors for Alberta WILLIAM COOPER 152-154 W. Huron St., Chicago. Head Office and England. Branch New Zealand, United States of America, Cape Colony, Russia, Argentine Re- public, Uruguay, etc., etc. WOMAN AVIATOR KILLED Marinette, Wis., June SI. Clair, ased 22, a profeEsional aero- dashed to death in the pre- sence'o{ several thousand people'yes- terday at Lakeside. TEN THOUSAND ATTEND FUNERAL Toronto, Ont, June thous- and attended the funeral of the Sal- vation Army -Empress -of Ireland- vic- tims, here, yesterday. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Kihbon, the nnirie signifies all that is best. Always ask for Blue Hibbon Coffee, Baking Powder, Tea, Srrices, Jelly Powders and Extracts. They will give perfect satisfaction. Mr. Willingmyre Made All the Necessary Arrangements Yesterday Somewhat ot a flurry was caused in exhibition circles yesterday when George T. Willingmyre, government wool expert, and: the man who pre- pared the. big wool exhibit that is lying the. roumls of the bis fairs year, announced that he had heard nothing of the department's intcn- .tion to send the exhibit to Leth- briclge. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., who was [given the assurance of Hon. Martin Burrell, minister of agriculture, that the exhibit would.come here, return- ed to the city yesterday from Otta- wa, and he still assures local men that it will ne here. Mr. Willingmyre conferred with Manager McN'icol of the fair board, and finally arranged' for space at the main exhibition building, wiring the intelligence to the commissioner of live stock at Ottawa. The exhibit is looked upon as very valuable to this portion of tlie coun- try, as Lethbridge is the wool cen- tre of the west. While it would prove of great interest to tlie general pub- lic''at Winnipeg, it is considered as [being of decided educational value at Lethbridge, where so many ot the sheepmen centralize their interests. The exhibit will, occupy the entire south end of tlie main building. It is composed ot samples of wools pro- duced' in practicallyfevery country'in tbi world, a classification of Cana- dian wools, the Unites States classi- fication, fleeces of the different breeds, all classes of inferior wools, the pro- cess of manufacture" from the raw wool to the in -wor- steds, .woollens and; French systems, wastes of various kinds including shoddies, samples.-of garnetted, wor- sted and thread .waste, and a model sheep barn, dipping vat, and photo- graphs of the various breeds. There is the exhibit, models ofieggs in thaidifferent stages of marketing, from the producer to the consumer, and of egg are to be given in egg testing and wool class! ficatioa. ,1 Mr. McNicol was very, much pleased to" learn tiat the' exhibit would come to Lethbridge, and he believes that it w'ill add greatly to the attractive- ness of Southern Alberta's .biggest exhibition.. PETER LUND WINS OUT IN WARDNER DAMAGE ACTION THREE SCHOONERS WITH BREAD WINNERS WENT DOWN IN STORM poesnat upset the ftomach. Perfectly let til Ma. even mtrilM Infants. A imilkiiou. only.iueiled and dyes quick result., A feiufibold fiiead to Ibeuiudl of Cawwiao boats dice 1879. Buy bbilob for eonlbs and MUi BRIGADIER WALKER. Well known S. A. officer in Canada, and editor of the Canadian War Cry, who was a member of the detachment on Llic Empress, and who lias not been found. TWO MONTHS ''FOR STEALING PAIR BOOTS Macleod, Alta., June guilty of stealing a rilr of shoes from a rancher by the name ot Squire, Charles de Murae, a painter with no fixed place, of abode was aentenced this morning by Superintendent 5tarnea and .Inspector Pennefather of tlie R.N.W.M.P. to two months' hard lahor. The capture of the pris- oner was due to th.f-'aet that Squire HUW (Id Marae near his shack, and later recognized him Wearing tlio hootg that ho bad mlstted. St. John, N. B., June vil- lages on the Bay ot Chaleurs ore mourning the loss of thirteen of the sturdy -fishermen arid their three schooners who left their purls last Friday with the-other vessels of the fleet between 30-and 40 craft. 01 the three did no1 return, two are known to be lost although no trace has been found of the third or of the 'bodies of her crew. A sad feature of the tragedy is lite fact that on each of the three schooners the skipper was accompan- ied by his two sons, and: thus the chief bread-winners of all three fam- ilies have been taken away. A coast- ing steamer, which has been cruising the Bay since the disaster, ycstcrda) brought to port the bodies of five men all ot v.'hoin were found in Mis- cou Island at the mouth of the Bay Today with the flag again at hal mast she steamed into Caraquetl with the bodies of four more. This completed the toll of the crew of two the schooners, and the fact thai all the bodies from these two crafl were found with no trace of any tron tht! third vessel is the thread on which is hung tbe hope that the} may still be alive. FELIX RIBQT TRYING- TO FORM FRENCH CABINS' Paris, June solution of the French ministerial crisis, caused by the resignation or .Premier Doum ergue's cabinet hatt been found up to noon; Felix fllbot had not given Prc Eldent Polncaru his definite promise to form a cabinel, but he was verj active interviewing leaders v ous parliamentary groups and othei politicians who, he thought, could be Induced to take office with him. ASQUITH MUM ON HOME RULE London, June Directly the House of Commons re-opened today Premier Amjulth -was asked by Lon Robert Cecil, Unionist member To Ultchin, concerning the future pro- cnedlngs of Homo Rule. T.lie Prime .Minister, however, would furnish no information, saying .It was Imposalbl at present to maku any TUMOR IN THE STOMACH Took "FriMos" OMT.. April 4th. 1913. 'Some jews ago, I was sick in bed, thought I was going to die. I had a .growth in mjr stomach, vihich the doctors said was a Tumor and they said that the only thing to do mas to go to the hospital and have the tumor cut out. I dreaded an operation although both doctors said it was the only cure. I said I wpnlddiebeforebehigoperatedon. At this time, niy mother in Alviuston sent mo some and Induced fine to try them as she had heard of another woman who had beeii cured of A similar growth iu the stomach by taking To please nir mother, I began to take "Fruit-stives1' with the happy result that they cured me. I have not been to see a doctor since and my health is first claw. r I recommend every time I get a and I will be glad to have you publish this letter as some other woman may now be a sufferer from the same trouble and "Fruit-a-tives" will cure her" MRS. A. 500 a box, 6 for trial size, 250, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price By Fruit Limited, Ottawa. Fernie, B, C., June R. H. Bohart, of Wardner, brought action against Peter Lund, the well mown lumberman of the same place, or for the cancellation of the iotelL" license of the Wardner hotel at Wardner, B. C. -The defendant Peter Lund wrote a ettcr to the Attorney-General of the iroviftce which resulted ib. the'license icing cancelled. Mr. Lund contended that what be did was simply in the public inter- est and in this contention he was sustained by Mr. Justice Clement, ,he trial judge in the supreme.court, daT. His Lordship gave judgment, for 55 damages for the publication of the etter in question to a minister at Wardner, but in all other respects up- held Mr. Lund, and ordered the plain- Mr. Bohart, to pay the major portion of the costs oE the trial. Witnesses were in attendance at the trial from various points in Alberta and British Columbia. Herchmcr and Martin .oLFernic, ap- peared for tbe plaintiff arid A. B. Macdonald of Cranbrook for the dc- lehdant. mmm i ULSTER PROF.-WRONG THINKS IRISHMEN SHOULD GET TOGETHER IANQ 'SETTL DIFFERENCES London, Juno" Me- Knmon Wiong, piofessoi of the Um- of Toronto, witting on the Canadian of Ireland to the while Ontario Orangemen and Quebec Catholics btill fulminate from time to lime, they live .together in the same stale with no injury to each other. French Can- ada is "'possibly the nisi clerical coun- try in the world, yet no one sug- gests, "he says, that, any transgres- sions-have on the rights of 'the Protestants. iArguing from urges 'thai the only way of ending'the "present Irish (iiflieulty, is for Irishmen themselves to settle it by a conference and agree- ment.. among1 "themselves. of York speaks for a great body of moderate and intelli- gent declares tlic -Mail, "when he calls upon'.-Parliament to force-a settlement-of'the "Ulster ques- tion, which 'settlement, as he indi- cates, must''involve the withdrawal of "the- time .limit; and the limit oC area.from the government's earlier proposals for the exclusion of Ulster. If peace is to he assured Hhe -teruis must he such as to satisfy the cove- nanters. It is.one ot the juftt penal-, ties of the policy that a higher price will have to he paid than, would have satisfied the Ulster- men two years ago. Tonight's com- menting Wrong's letter to the Times, says "ft The Deadlock in Ireland as in Can- ada is leading towards a conference and workable compromise. The real problem, as; Professor Wrong points out, is to Irishmen to trust each others" Nothing can settled by a resort to force, as even after a re- sort to force a conference between Irishmen, wpuld.be necessary. Why not a. conference before blood- shed instead of after asks; the'Star'. 'Oolm Redmond and Sir Edward Carson are both practic- al politicians. Why should they not agree to.confer together- and work out a settlement CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CONGRESS IN PROGRESS Paris, June International Congress of: Chambers of Commerce aiid Conunercta land Industrial asso- ciations was opened today, in the great ainpitheatre of the Sorhenna by Raoul French. Minister.of Com- merce. About a thousand delegates were present. My COITUS Are Gone Every day, legions of people get rid of their corns with This easy method now removes a million corns a month. You who suffer with corns do yourselves an injustice. Blue- jay will instantly stop the pain. 48 soreness, the corn conies out completely. Ci 1 ALout half lha people know this When a corn appeart they Blue-jay on It. .rget it. 3 couple of diyirthey, lift out corn and'bid it good-bye forever. _ You can't do that by paring corns. And you can't with oid-tirae treat- ments. You may get "relief for. a little while, but the corns simply stay and grow. Try this modern, scientific the nay now employed by physicians and hospitals. Get rid of the corn. It in fust as easy, just as p.unleu as the Ineffective wayi. For Corns 15 and 25 Bauer Black, Clicaio uJ Niw Y.tk Malwn of SuppUw FERNIE NEWS; NOTES Fcrnie, B.C., Juno -Caraff-: belt, ciiiet of the provincial police, is in the citr. The Feraie Coal Creek .band have ordered a -new set of instruments from Beeaon Co.; 'London, England. At the meeting of the -Aririy arid Navy Veterans' association on Mon- day, It Was decided, U possible to- send a team to enter the shooting competition at Nelson, -to-be held during the Cbaliko illka at Nelson. It has also been decided that the Vet- erans will be represented there iu the parade. The association is growing by..leaps, and bounds .and strong efforts are being made to en- roll every veteran -in.' the Fernie dis- trict. A Real Darnless Stocking for Boys Your dealer them in Bkck and Tan. no more than the ordinary kind. Look for Butter on the box! Buster Brown I can wear these stockings without ever getting a hole in them, and you know me. lam not too careful. The best thing; I ever did was to put my name on this hasU ery, so moth- ers would know how to buy Darnless Stockings." Don't spend hours and hours darning stockings. There is pp need for it. boys Buster Bro Stockings made the strongest, long fibre cotton, specially twisted and tested for, durability, knitted double or treble wliere the wearis the hardest.' Save money, too Buiter Brown's Slater'i Stocking for tlie cirU In a looklic itoekUp a rate A two-thrstrf Sniliih merccrfcfd Idle stocking, thatll fit and wetra 7try well indeed. Leather Pink. Blue and -foltfln Ittiitttig HUmufattorers MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, ONT. for InfnnU Children I ;