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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE UJrHBIUlXJE UAIUV JUNE 16, She Dctalb Xetbbribge, Hlbertrf DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprletort and Publltiiara THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldjo W. A. BUCHANAN and Managing Director Joan Torrance Business 1 PROTECT THE BIRDS The Department of the Interior is exercising itself la a good causa when it Is seeking protect the birds. The attention now being given lo bird life has been accentuated by the agree- ment coma to botvreen Great Britain and the United States In what is known as Migratory Birds Con- vention Art, which is extended to migratory insectivorous birds in Canada. To carry out the campaign ol pro-] tecilon ot insect eating olnls, which I in an agricultural country are Intalu- ahle. a circular has been Issued from the Department of the Interior to all municipalities urging that parks and Do You Know? Member Audit Bureau ot Circulation Subscription Rates: v delivered, per .15 Daily, delivered, per year ......7.50 Duliy, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year 5.09 l.W by mail, jwr year lo U.S. THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IN U.S. It Is not only to the citizens o be different larvae, or worms present also, because all insects of the sann species are the1 'Sams' size approxi maiely. _.. Ihe should become unduly alarmed at the sigh of worms in large numbers on their fields, because at this season ot the year, many of our winged insects such as bufterflles, moths, beetles and flies are passing through the larva or worm stnge, in their metamorphosis.. And many of these larvae and insecls arc beneficial -to crpps instead of harm- ful as commonly supposed. For inslauce our known beetle, tho which, is .one ot the most beneficial to. mankind be- cause of its ravages against the aphids or plant jn.tho'la'rva stage, a long, soft, slaty-blue worm, with' yel- low spots; each ring or segment of its body holding a few fine soft. hairs. It would be a great mistake to fear, or endeavor to destroy this particular worm. Tho two most common types of in- jurious worms, likely to appear In this friends country are the cut worm and the voyage, wire worm. The former, belongs to tiie insect order ot Lepidoptcra, and Is the larva form of one of our many species of moths. The latter belongs to the insect order of Coleoptera. and Is the larva of tha click or skip-! g Jack beetle. So wo. see that there is no relationship between the two I kinds of grubs or larvae, whatsoever. They possess this common however, viz, that of having voracious appetites, and since their foori is of Mr. Roy Craig was taken lo Leth- bridge for medical treatment last Fridny. Messrs. Archie and Will CVIcAlpine: spent Sunday with their brothers, Charles and John'at Claresholm. Mr. Howard JIaney who >av staying with his brother-in-law. Mr. Louis Wil- son north of Calgary paid ai visit to bis brother, Tern here. Mr. and Mrs. CM Thompson were (Special to the Herald! FBRNIE, June teamsters' strike. Inaugurated Saturday morn- ing, is still on and about twenty-five drivers and as many teams are Idle in consequence. People.have to carry their pur- chases, though tho merchants are do- ing their best to serve their customers. Tho teamsters have slruck for an increase of about thirty-five pef cent, over their, wages when they quit. The rate of wages has been from four to four and" a half dollars per day, with time and a'half for overtime. They say they have asked tor a con. ference with the owners, but havo re- ceived no intimation that their offer has been accepted. No deliveries aro being made or other work dose by team. A gas truck or two are hauling freight and making a tew deliveries, but not enough, in this line is being accomplished to re- lieve the situation to an appreciable ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS.' Are Sold it "Factory to Home" You save money becauso wo have twenty direct lactory stores In Canada. Aik tor style Booklet. Tfc. >f propaganda "in the use made of the advertising to which the daily news- "papcr lends" itself, It is furnished by .a booklet appropriately entitled "The Force that makes Ideas inter- preted and issued by A. TrtcKIm, btd. The scheme of advertising, of which this firm has been the author, has teen of national valuo, and has eialt- the advertising columns of the dally press Into instruments for mould- ing public opinion in the groove In xtitch Ideas count. Wiisi has been se- cured may well be called the greatest achievement of modern advertising in ihe propagation of Ideas. To quota tho Introductory remarks in the McKIm pamphlet, "This Illtle book Is written that men may not for- fct what propaganda advertising has "4one them, and lo Indicate some ot the ways In which this Instrument, fried proved during the .soul- testing days of war, may continue its The story which JlcKlm. d. tells is a .national story. It Is 'a story of .national achievement arriv- ed at b'y advertising propaganda, initialed and carried out by the firm. To this propaganda was due the success of the Victory the nel- Relief campaign, the Canadian Fund, ajid the National Ser- vice campaign, lo name Jusl a few. In what has been achieved, and with the meaning of what hag been Achiev- ed, they constitute a national record flnd one which can he looked on vvilh Lellibridge visitors'jlasl-week. and mother, Mrs. Stutrnd home from Wil- North -.vhere the'y have been for the last month, looking after their interests there. Mrs. Myers of Clajeshp' visit- ing her daughter. Sirs. Elwood Craig. Mr, and Mrs. Burns'Un- tend to visit with their Ira and family at Kntisp'ell, Mont. While in 'Mon- tana Mr. and Jlrj.' Burns Intend to take treatments at the hot springs ci.lent. J. T. Hcbb, president ot the team- sters' association states that there are about twenty-five members Ot the local union anil that they are united In their demands. From, the tone of the remarks on cither it may he that the situation will scoii be reliev- ed and work go on as usual. owners have- nothing to say re- garding the situation for publication but seem hogstul of an early adjust- ment of the dispute: Bartenders Threaten Strike To he up to date, and on the band "wagon, the Fernle bartender's, have tendered an ultimatum to the..proprie- lore of all .the hotels' In Fernle, de- leave today [lor an mandlng higher wages and Sundays :h their Ira and family 'off." Tlio hotel men, so it is stated, will hold a meeting tonight to consider the situation and decide whether they will retaliate by instituting a "lock- out" or walk -Hit themselves. arc slriking limes nnd no one can lell where the next stroke of llghlnlog will strike. as they have both been ia very poor health for somo time -llev. M. H. Anddfs'on matored to Brooks and back last week. .Mr, John Gouriie.js to have 'un auc- tion sale at his Saturday, June lOlb, lo dlbpose'of some of his stock and Jlr. Thomas Swari'.wlll sail from Quebec the sixteenth on" the" Empress of France for Europe.. 'Ills many friends here wish him a pleasant Pumps of Patent Leather Are Very Smart Even the prettiest pump cannot appear genuine itfiracllye unless it Jits perfectly. Our pumps are cleverly shaped so that inuglj and trim about the ankle. We kuov how to (It these and carry AA to D. "i ASK TO BE' FITTED I'l SHOES FOR ALt AGES W. J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING "Wheii you eat let it be ttie Pincspplt Marmalade Celebrated Bramble Giiger Marmalade ARE GREAT APPETIZERS BOILED IN SILVER PANS Ask Your Iff them cent: dairy products, 108 per cent. Hut our farmers, continues Dr. Robertson, may depend upon being able to obtain, the highest prices which the world's markets will afford. Canadian farm products have a pre- ference In the markets of Great Britain .because of their knowii superior qualify, ami in oilier Euro- pean markets they are sure of at least an equality in price with the products importer! from any other country. Wo cannot expect more than that Whether we produce more or less, that the highest rate we ran get, and any f-xtra quantity produced in Canada, as the result of extra eft'ort. cannot of itseM lie an appreciable factor in reditcihg world prices. The more we produce the more money our farmers will receive, the more Quickly our nation wll recover from tho losses of war, and the more will we help to bring good cheer to a world still reeling and prarc-cly yet. con- scious ot the' extent (if tlie appalling losses and wastes of four years destruction. a vegetable nature, their destructive- ness Is apparent. Below follows 'a brief, but compre- hensive description of the two types ot larvae, so that (hose concerned may readily decide whether the littlo crawling creature beneath their care- ful scrutiny is their enemy or their friend. Cut Worm and a half til one and three- quarter inches eight of feel, posterior five pairs, very short, anil hooked at ends; body stout, and tapering at made up of segments, or rings, color, head red, or brownish; body, dull greasy brown or gray wilh light and dark longitu- dinal lines. Eni-h segment is stfiddcd wilh minule humpii from which a short hair grows. The grub is nocturnal in habits. Hence is rare- ly to be seen by day.' This Is Ihe time that it hides in its hole beneath ground ami sleep.' Ai nisht it'sallies orth upon its tour ot devastation. Wire Worm Ilody. long, soft and tliin, slaty )Ino in color, with yellou- spots at nlervala. Hence its appearance soiublcs strongly a piece of. rusty ring or segment of the has ji tiny tuft of hair growilig otit front it. Thf-re are six very short, almost icgj, Uoth dlnnal fine] nocturnal -in habits. In making forecast as Ui Ihp future of Ihe price of farm Dr. llohrrlvin roinfis to his runolusimis in dial it will likely take al Icasl two yours. 19iO and 1921, for Hie lion of to meet Hie war requirements! nml leave over ;i modrr ate reserve as security scarf: My tlio year; Ilial ii will nc adequately meet the demand; and thru sF.-vp.riil years nhut pass 'before tho MiTipHrs of cattlo and hog pro- ducts rxri >io (n provide, niilritirius rations of an Invigorating Hciri fur UK; millions iieopld who them for liarrl labor, lo which Hit-y muni apply mid Hint bullies ulileh, in many [Cures, liiivc ny. this in- nKiny yeirrf befuif tlio world's fcomnU.'te dif-I ;inti oihir strossta of Dr. MilM Nervine ia safe because it i> pre- 'paredbya'sptclalistin of the Brain and Nerv-' ous System and be- cause it contains no cohol, opiate '6r other habit-forming'drugs. If you suffer from Nerv- ous Disorders of any kind, don't let another day pass without getting a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine. The relief that it wiil give you Is sure and definite, as hundreds and hundreds of people have testified. Go toyourDruttlttand get a bottle 0} Or- Mita tierylnt The Drink that Gladdens The Thirsty Throat A tall glass of "MONTSERRAT'-< with the tantalizing flavor of fresh limes and the enticing tingle of the cracked just about the most satisfying beverage that ever gladdened the thirsty throat of man. It satisfies that craving for "something and satisfies it in a delightful healthful way. Lime Fruit Juice is the pure juice of cultivated West Indian Limes, with the fruity fragrance snappy flavor of the fresh It is cheaper and far less trouble to use thin lemons. Makes a summer drink that is both tonic and refreshment. Keep a bottle of MONTSERRAT in the house, Sold everywhere. National Drug Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited es PTSEKROT (rue efferveicing fruit jilt to .keep the vrholo in A-l condition. ;