Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
f June 24, THE HISUA'LD J. Iliginbollwiii Oo. hid up 1o dale (ImggihK. IKUC'SI oi- ed They ImVo liugo slock ot Unit gioul Krciich Tome VIGOROL and have Loon iniulc the sole 'agcjil lor Every botlle gnajiuitcod 'Hoing.Klwiiys oil the lookout for the iu everything hi the drug line, Mr. 'lllglnbothnm has placed.In stock a large consign- ment of the Great. French Tonjc VlGOllOL. Every day iiuture is providing us with something, new. The., .latest medicine on the market in Canada is VIGOR- OL. WEAK and RUN-DOWN Men, Women-- and Children' can be .made strong and healthy. Every...home should contain a. bottle of 'the Tonic that Is a Tonic. The lyhqle human sybtem if, .it OIILC Toned up That tiled drigghig "feeling disappears and life he- ,comes a joy If you are. not dust fooling yourself, go to J 1) nig St. Cd.'s drug store and get a. bottle VIGOROL. If you don't-feel better in twenty- four hours.1 go back and get your money. VIGOROL acts on the liver, and blood and. is a riesli md system builder Pi Ice 5100 pe> bottle Page THE CUT WORM; HOW TO TREAT IT Exhaustive and Helpful Study of This Pest by an Authority j The bullethi on cut worms issued :by the Department of Agriculture, at Otta'wa Is a scJonttiic treatise, on tho ilfe histories of these pests, together with a mention of remedies for their destruction. The pamphlet is the-ro- sult of the obs-orvatlona and study-of Arthur Gibson, chief assistant ento- mologist. As an introduction the author draws notice to the fact that the cut .worm in its, .depredations, ranks In importance to such well- known enemies to agriculture as the San..Jose Scale, the Co'dling Moth and tho Hessian Fly. The motbs-'of the cut worms belong to the family Noctuidae, .which in North America there, are over two thousand different kinds. In Canada, fortunately, not more than about of these have in numbers, :is cut worms, to do s ious damage to These moths to the fact of their ejes showing brightly 'and to: their noctur- A NEW METHODIST CHURCH 'Divine services were conducted for the first time jn Methodist church J building at Bright Prospect on Sec on, Sunday last, June 10th, ;by Rev. ;A. McCombe. It ha'd been hoped and expected -that the opening services would have i.Tjeen conducted by.Rev. T. C. Buchan- :m, of Calgar-y, superintendent of mis f fiions, and the building of .the church .was pushed -to completion on ihe previous evening, 'by a few willing f r bands, the responsiblhtj of which 3-ested'niaiuly' with Burne: and But: owing to Bother and pressing: duties Mi Buchanan was Tillable, ajtend and the .sen ices -.were conducted by -Mr. McCombe, the pastor in charge On the following evening au "Irish social was ghen Ju in. aid of, the building fund, lifhiclj. a .success. Curing preuoug week Mr Combe had. been .very busily engaged in raising funds bj means of his mag 2ir lantern and, illustrated lectures Oi Tuesday llth inst, 'he wa tt Washington school house, north b on ednesd vy-evening at Albion and on Thursday evening at Iron Springs, and at eael place gave an interesting and Illus trated lecture on the ancient history j of the world's 4 ness to its early civilization, and a each place also-got a handsome col Section in aid of the new church, Mr. McCombe and the i'ew who labored, so zealously in the erec- tion of this new church may well-feel Li pleased with the resulf and cess of their labors Divine services will bo heUHn this place every. Sunday at 11 o'clock. '.J EE IN FERNIE t (Fernie -Free :The Calgary Herahi on "Saturday contained the report of the death of c PVed Hale, former P for Carle tbn, N. and fl. .former resident of Fernie. Mr. -Hale was well 'known in this district. He .was at .the head of a. syndicate that purchased the Cedar Valley timber mill. After 'tJie.big fire of 1908, when the mill was burned, Mr. Hale disposed of his in- terests here, and removed to Enderby ille has also'extensive. timber interests up the Kootenay Valley: these of a short 'time ago. Jtr.-Tlale was in Cranbrook on-June" ,2nd.. Ho came in. f'rpoii the 'coast on H-o perfect lipftl'th 'at that thue No particulars of death have been received here. nal habits are popularly known as 'owlet caterpillars, or cut worms, .of these moths arc also, usually nocturual in habits. In gen- eral thoy Jie sinulir In appearance being smooth, about more arid, in color of_Some dull shade simiifir-lo the ground When disturbed' thej coil themselves up. day they hide just beneath the surface of tho soil. Nature of Injuries have the habit of cutting off plants during the night near the., surface of the ground or a little below Jt. The injury is mostly elfected spnng hut there aie. a few species which occm and con- tinue their depredations as late as of summer. Natural Enemies of Cut Worms In. addition to the parasite Jusects which proj on cut worms and aie not discernible to tfie'eye tthefe are those who with regard to the uses they perform in destroying cut wQrjns are of great benefit to tho farmers One of the most impoitaiit or ttiese'is the fiery gioundHee-tle It. is brownHsh black jn coloi three rows of copperyred pita on each wing Another Important enemy is the black ground wasp. Wild birds such as the meadow larjr'and blue jay aie also great iactors in ihe destruction of the cut Tor thib reason they and their nes'is require- protection from farmers. Preventive Measures The eggs of cut worms aie is of a -beet drill spouts of which should-not be allo clogged; or-It -may spread by hand. In Southern Alber 'Whpre.iQUtwQrmg, of ton, do very, serioi .damage in fields of beets, it'has be that the plants "ft ill not be_tcq ered befoie the 01 them As in the case of bran thev should be as soon 'as the presence -tected; Furrows or 'a cutworms assume the marching, habit, they are. nearly full-grown and. of course, very ravenous. In such: in stances, as has already been mention' edi-applications cf. poisoned bran have been useful in stopping the attack. Severe .outhreaksvinay also he largely controlled ing deep fuirowS iir the line-oE..march of: the ;cutworms. progress of the caiei pillai s is ing. Fon-" .the protection of sue] plants as cabbages and cauliflower from eut'worms a band of tin aroinic the be found useful. Oli canned ting .thrown into i bonfire will have'the central piece'o tin left'through the tops and bottom Tailing but. These cut down the middle, will be sufficient for pio- tecting: two flanlts. Remedial Meaiures Poisoned poisoned br one which is now uset most extensively-for the destruction of cutworms generally. This.is made by moistening the bran with sweet- ened water and then in Paris green in !the proportion of half a jound. of Paris green to fifty pounds if bran. It is important that the bran ie noticeably moistened (but not nade into a mash or moistened too inch" to prevent; its -being crumbled throiigh the fingers) so that when poison is it will adhere 'to practically every; particle. One 'half a gallon of water, in which hilt a pound of sugar has been dissolved, is sufficient to moisten fifty pounds of bian If more convenient, thtj same quantity of salt may oe used instead The thus stopped and when a fuiiow is entered by them, a log bj a horse may be dragged through it and the cut- worms in, this, way may be crushed and killed If a series or post holes about a food deeo and about ten feet, agart are dug m the furrow, hun dreds of 'the, cutworms will fall hi to them and they can be easily killed by crushing them, with the blunt end of or a piece of fence rail. Species of Cutworms There are no less than six of the commoner species-of. are kndwnMaS' the red-hacked cut- the greasy, or black cutwopih, the W-marked'cutworm, the spotted twprm, cutworm, the din- gy cutworm. The most the black cutworm. These all yield to the same treatment Thcie ifa, however, a variety 'known .as the glris sy cutworm. Unlike most of the other, cutworms tin's species seldom comes above the.surface of.the ground even during the nigh't. It is only trouble- some in grain fields sown on gra'ss ands which ploughed up. All Dyspipsia Cured Br'fnrft-a-foes1' WALKUKTON, Mi.Y9Tii 1911 My trouble was extrc Nervoustieis, brouglit on by IndKjcsl. or Dyspepsia, from which I suffered iu its worst form. I asked'Mr, Hunter, my druggist, about "Pruit-Ji-tives" he advised me to try.them, I took several gm pleased to say 'Iain 'now enjoying fjuc health. I honestly believe I owe my health to 'Truit a lives" and strongly advise in) one suffering from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervousness or Sleep- lessness, to commence using "Fruit-a- tives'.' and continue this remedy until 4 cure is AU3X. McCARTER. "Friiit-a-tives" is sold by ail dealers 6 for or trial size, 250 write Fruil-a-lives Limited, Ottawa. MASONS ATTEND KNOX CHURCH REV. A. G. CAMERON PREACHED A VERY HELPFUL AND IN- STRUCTIVE SERMON Wisdom, strong'tb and beauty, those have the best teams in the Pass, ag- BIG CELEBRATION DOMINION DAY PRANK WILL: ENTERTAIN OTHER OF HILLCREST NEWS Hillcvest, Alia., Juno Day at Frank this yoar, will remind ouo at what that town used to bo be- fore the publication of tlio-Ifoyal Com mission's report concerning Turtle Mountain. For Frank Is making pre- parations to. entertain visitors from towns In tho! Pass on the First of July, and Is roady to give them a right time As tl.Is p.oba bly be the last gathering of its hind in tno old town is being spared to make; the celebration aa un- qualified success, over one thousand dollars being offered in prizes. Sports form the; principal part of the programme, but the attractions In- cidental to every fair are being well ooked after. The tennis tournament, iotwe.cn Coleniamnhd the combined orces of HillcreSt'.prom- ses to be "very -interesting. It was originally intended.to make this tour- nament open .to all comers, but, latei he sports' committee decided a inoro satisfactory tournament would be to natch town claims to The Long Lastmg only AVG Dairy. ou can absolutely depend on our building papei It Is uou be Ing used ITI some of the .best buildings-in town and continues to give entire satisfaction. A trial order from YOU solicited. The price is reasonable. Farmers' Lumber Co.Ltd- Operating Yards In Southern See our big tign "THE LETIIBKIDGE LUMBER YARD" The yaid wlicrc all the rnaleiial is undei cover aro. the 'three essential elements in true manhood. These three are also the outstanding features of ihe Ma- sonic order, one of.the strongest fra- ternal societies the world has-even known. Last evening cue of the largest de- legations of Masons which ever at- tended a church service in Lethbridge paraded to Knox church on the occa- their annual church service, which also partook in gome measure of a national anniversary service. The central foody of the church was well filled .with. the.members of the order, .listened to a strong and in- spiring sermon delivered by Rev. A. j Cameron, B. A. Taking" his- text' from the Psalms 'The fear of the Lord is the begin- ning of. and "Strength fiid )eiut% are in H is sanctuai y the the three outstanding ainst Frank, allowing Hillcrest the privilege of malting, un the necessar: number of teams lenulred A big bill game is scheduled r to take place in the forenoon, between !t he railroaders and the common or garden, variety of baseball players. The teams for this event have :nt yet-been "picked, and the "choosing of., the different teams be left as late in Hie daj as pos siule. NecessaTj foot rices form part of the days tun Theie be a nun strength and beiut md applied'theiri to the teachings of the Masonic ordei After landing the order .for the good it has accomplished all down he pages', of history -as the o.dest raterml societj 5i? existence li Camel on went' on to siv We re. nenring a.national holiday, find B a nation we feel that our sujiie-iro eedls a, ma'rih6od''wise, and eautiful roust build manhood things re not buildersii'aecording to iha ciences, but we'lnuSt be bu-'ders m higher sense must bu''d a ibral structure whic'li'wlirbe stroig :id for time afci' AVisdom embiaces humility in uod lesence.' It been the ,rous men of the timsa 'wjj aders in all things'for the liaiioi s ood "3o. strong and show a an" Strength especia''v moi il nrngthi is one of "the essentials ol ue manhood. There must "also 'Tjngth of usion for it is oiir vision today who 'arc. leaders in walks of life. In all iings must also he a -basic of our lives dred jards dasli i fourforcy tnd U.G mile races, and also a race open to miners only.'.'-The, trig of 'war should he a great exhibition of stiength, weight and muscle, A baseball -match for the juniors is also on the list, and we shall be able to judge uhat the game will be when played by the suc- ceeding generation. The cycle race and motor cycle race will remind all AUCTION SALE Household Furniture TUESDAY, JUNE 25th AT.2-P. M. 2 iron bed steads Springs-and matressea com- plete. 10 dining room chairs. I Chiffonier 1 Singer sewing machine 1 large dining room tablft quarter onk. v .parlor tables 1 new sofa 1 large fancy nig, 10x12 5 small rug-s large dresser, oak finish Hlfnds I kitchen table 1 heating slove Number, Street; Gt'h 'Street South. J, A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH have, recently been For such cutwomns vhiclv feed almost .entirely under- ground, baits are, of course, of 'little aluej1 For- them it is important :.to ceep the Jand to be used .for .small ;raiu crops tlie following year as free ,s possible from long grass and weeds Jralue 01 sod land, which is to be irokeii for seeding "the next year hould be fed off .as late as possible r mowed before breaking. Iftthis.is done there will be no tall vegetation to attract the the purpose of-egg-laying. "Spine time continued the speaker, "a leading ecclesiastical -body'in-'the east made on the Masonic order, claiming that-re- lacking, within the pre- cincts order." I..wish to take this "opportunity to state publicly so that all men might know, that above Masons are-.reverent, and their very teachings cause them to hold highest reference foi things spiritual' Beauty is another attribute, of -true manhood, and it is this binds men 'together in fellowship help one another. A beautiful life is one which does not hesitate to stoop lo help weaker brother and him on the higher pa'h The Masons teachings counsel him to take cogniz- ance of this law of the love of fellow men, and it is probably this 1? 'which combined with the strength in- herent .hi the members of7 the order for "good, which on such a high it has become a not able feature of our national life. of the English sports and though entries are expected in these classes, there is no doubt of them be- ing a good attraction The trap shoot ing llkelj have as gieat a number of entries as anj ment on the programme shooting being one of the favorite pastimes in this locahU The hurdle race will undoubtedly oe the cause of much fun, and though no spectacular lumping Is anticipated the numbei of entiles pnne it e a mistake to forget this item In a country lUieie so many men are fanulm lumbeiing op erations it was impossible-to'forget a logrolling contest, and this will pro imblj be the greatest attraction them all There is no doubt that Frank 1s going to a gal i and it is up to the resiJents in this part of the Pass to make it at, gieat a success as possible. The HillcresL Collieiles just completed their new repair shops mine offices, -car shops, lamp Ijpiise, and' warehouse, and are now bu; moving down into their.new quartet The car' shops are the 'largest th have been built In this portion of th Pass. The offices1 -are hu throughout'.of new.lam house being built of the same mate ill These buildings are close to tl new power plant, some four or fh hundred yards nearer'the town, an the whole -plant being so compact an convenient, gives -the town of Hi! crest the best advertisement, possibl- being easilj seen from the railroa tracks Mrs. Jack Gnnishaw arrived in IT: crest "on ..Friday' last from the .Ol Countn, to join her husband hen bringing her babj daughter with hei Mrs. Cunningham arrived home o Saturdav evening from Lothbridge where, she ..had -been visiting for few days A Frank San touum on Frldaj attracted i it Needs Fixing SEND YOUR LOCKS TYPEWRITERS SEWING-MACHINES GUNS BICYCLES, ETC. TO D. E. MacDonald Expert Locksmith and Gunsmith All Work Guaranteed Rear Sporting Goods Co old sland, St, S Phone 1032 ARTHUR M. BEAUPRE United Minister to Cuba Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets Quickly Put Disoideied Stomachs Right It's a revelation to the chronic dyspeptic to. feel no discomfort after a hearty meal, when that meal is followed by one Na-Dru-Cp Dyspepsia Tablet. He is hardly prepared for the almost magic relief Which the tablet gives him from the various discomforts to .which he is accustomed after eating. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets stomachs that ,are stomachs tlmt feel as if a stone had been give the needed assistance to stomachs that are weakened. Containing in themselves the active principle needed for digesting every kind of food, Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets enable even the weakest stomachs lo jjcl the good out of what Js eaten, preventing the accumulation of undigested food urn! gas. With A little help for a while, the digestive organs recover their strength, do their work properly, and your (roubles nre over. Don'tgoon suffering I Cela 500. box of Na-Dni-.Co Dyspepsia Tablets from' druggist touvv. National Drug and Chemical Canada, limited, llomreal, large gathering ..of vdancers, wonldrhc dancers and onlpokei s ITiHcres sent quite a- contingent- to the hop They .all report a', first-class time though, admitting that it was rathe: too warm for con'tinuoua, dancing, bu the praise given to ,thc supper scrv ed at midnight was unqualified. Tho last week has been exceedingly sultry throughout .the Pass. On Fri day night, and again early Saturday evening "'thunder clouds rolled over tho town, and apparently freshened Lille a.little, but practically no rain feirin Hlllcrest. On Monday next Hillcrest football team meets Uelevue at-Hillcrest: in a return match for that played last Thursday, The llnerup of the two teams is the same as tthen, and a very game is expected. 8 A dnnce will be held in-the Union Hall on the 21th inst. Tlie promoters expect to-have a large number in. spite'of tho heat, but they are hoping, against hope for coooler weather. Several prominent TJillcrest when, conversing about their lo- cal candidate's :chance for -llio vice- presidency of the assert, that their man is bound to get in, news- paper reports 1o the contrary not- withstanding. It is said that over one hundred votes were lost at Belle- vim on account of the men not vot- ing, and this camp was practically solid for Jones.' Kyery inan at Hill- crest put in his slip, and most tho other camps finely that ANTONIO M. RiVERO Cuban' Minister to the States tho raajoilty of the men cast theh Qtf The result will not be pub lished until Vndaj next, and HillCHSt people -ready forlhercele- b ration. H J Cunningham took a trip to the South Fork last m e-ak, and brought hack a tine cow and talf Through an unfortunate mishap he lost his coat on the way. back-.-His buggy is the em oE all, and ib ell batisfied with the !inal outcome of the late accident. The Hillcrest Junior Footbball As- sociation.are rustlers for sure.; ess than a week from the time M py decided to ust a'-out half the aniount- collected iv seniors The youngsters have already'had several "games tliia eiaon w 1th Bellevne and other neighboring towns, and conaid- have the rest where thej it them rlhey play a good game nd the discipline kept is equal or otter than that kept Jn the leagues jrough the Pass ANADIAN3. PRESENTED TO KING London, Tuno Windsor jes erday, King .George reviewed fifteen The Alexandra Hotel For Best Service Uatlis, Telephones, Snmplc fiooms, STRICTLY EUROPEAN, UP class Cafe in Connection .llousand men of the ambulance bri gade, Jlajor Dalton commanding the overseas detachment, m whichiis m luded a body of Canadians, .who luded a body of Canadians, wag pre- sented to his Majesty i A Shipping Coal Property Foi lease, on a royaltj baais The property or the Alberta Coal Co, Ltd, situated 25 miles east ot Lethbridge and five miles west of Taber, for lease on a buis of 45c per ton government royalty This property contains 1160 acres, has 5000 tons ed, lus complete equip- ment with capacity, of'pro- viding and'.handling; 200 tons per day of lump coal Foi particulais address, David Wilson 1008 Ramuen Building, Spokane Washington Lund Land Dev't Co., Ltd. ,..P..Luud, President HEAD OFFICE CBANBKOQK, See us about lands in (.lie Beautiful Kooteiiay Valley Orchard nnd Garden Tracts "Grazing Lands Hi Visil, Our Experiincntnl Farms at WAHDNEK, C., JfAKYSVlLLE, B. 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