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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KftRALD Page 11 (r Digestible 'The ICE CREAM we make is'rich, smooth and .wholesome. Pure country, cream and natural fruit flavoring.' This is why our ICE CREAM is so popular. NTINE i.' f .1 ".t-.'r'. An Ideal Tonic For Women TwoSu.1, diJOC... ,M i. I-1' F- yr-7 vr. BAKING POWDER A" la a9i: for Ribbons Coffee and Bak- cr. Uke all Blue Kfbbca pure food pro-- nro ot the lilghcst quality anrl arc fold v to satisfaction or.if.olUor- 'purchase prlco will b'e. rcruciJed. real Canada's finest is 'contained in Household Flour The smile of satis- faction with every sr.itw 'white sack Sold by Grocers Everywhere T __ or GEO. KERB CO. Lethbridge. BUNCH NOW IN QUAD AT VAN COUVERWEAR A MOST SUS-' PLCIOUS ASPECT Vancouver, May among (he fo'ir men uiikr arrest i his city ou a charge of niurdrnag Po- lice Archilalil, there is al- so the probaLlc niurdtrer ol Cb Atcbison, who was shot in the C.P. H, yatfJs at Uamloops Xovcm- Ijer, is or.e yl theories that the city police arc working on. This theory has been weight Uy the discovery among the posses- sions seircd by the police, of a watch was stolen in a burglary last autumn at 1'ort Moody. A second ch was stolen at Port Mo oily, tab also been found in a pawn shop in the city. The descrip- tion ol three suspects of the theft at ljort tallied in maair.' re- spects'with'the of Ihe ibree men wjio look part in the hold- up in' tHc "p.IMZ. yards Kam- loops, and in the'murder 'of Aicbl- sbn, and led tfcc police to'[ believe tliat their idcntUy va's alike. HE May Irwlo1, Mb'nctoa, B. self through the head liis'rocm at fTie St. Jimes Hotel. He came to the hotel last night and this morning he seemed in good- spirits. He hud a bank boofc showing a credit oir Me had flhy dollars: in cash and two" cheques, one Yor and another lor J70. BUSINESS IS HANDLED RATHER WILLIAM HEAD QUARANTINE V. STATION Victoria, May; Personal char- ges of most serious nature wrte aeard this at Cession ol LheF WilHara Head enquiry aVthe court houie ju connection with the recent detention ol tU C. P. H. steamer and tlfc alleged ill treatment of tie passengers. Mr. J, Hunter, assistant medical of- ficer, arid bacteriologist at the sta- tion, said Dr. Walt, vhe super intend- ent, had looked after his business in a most way. Dr. Hunter declared .ibat on las anlval at Wil- liam -Head, tie had received no In- of any kisd ast to hj3 work, except th'at, he was. to follow hts superintendent 'as a puppy dog, The allegation uas made by Dr. Ur.- had semed to care. more for his ranch than for Us work-in connection with iht quaran- tine work. In giving cudence he stat- ed that several occasions the gov- crntneat launch had used for transporting to' from NVuMVest- brlqglri teeil for his .chickens. A an signed by Vas 'presented in court. "for 'c'hlckenfecd, amounted Hb about 535, made out to Messrs. Scott and Heden. this was presented to Dr. Hunter te em- phalically'deaicd it- "I wish' to say right now tfiat this IB th'e' firBt time I ever laid my eyes on this he said. Dr. Hunter, in explaining this statement, dexlared that in January the steward at (ie had, 'ask- ed him tV sign site :This. the doctoc did, and was tten iaform- 'edjtiLaiticfcfe-'were or three oth- to' signed aad he sign- ed fwo hlanlis. Thc'doLtor on to say that he had suspicions about [eed-bills aiid that kept his eyca on a certain account Scott and Pcdffn. 'said Dr'. Huntert'was the identical billMn and it was no .particular surpiiie to him to see it there. Hunter stated that on his ar- rival at William Hwd he had beea received -very coiUiaily fay Dr. Watt, j hut that their relations liad-chanjjed after the first month, and they had scarcely spoken to oath other. "Couldn't wait, Cowan's Cocoa shares with milk (lie first place as a drink for children. A pure Cocoa, it contains nerve, flesh and muscle building material. Made with milk it is a perfectly balanced food, as well as a drink the children love. YOUR GROCER HAS IT 208 The COWAN CO., Limited, TORONTO TELLS SCOIi'S K C. S. WRIGHT WHO ACCOMPANIED ILL-FATED EXPEDITION IS IN CANADA AGAIN ISlft el More About the Beetle WhicH 'f- J 'Feeds ori Little Crop I Destroyer 4 the c'utivorms, and following as they s1 increase in proportion do, any. .sud'ten. outbreak ,of they will always he an thri portant fatior m (he -destruction ol Itirm." So said Mr..E. II. Strick- land to the Hrralil today. The govT eminent entomologist has been ing the bcotle sicco Mr. Tufl, a far? iner'near Diamond City, discovered that it uas dcvo-jring tlw cutworm." vNature his secEonrd the beetle's pal- ate, and it regards tlie cutworm ai its stafi of lite, and follows its trail from place to place. When all the worms have been devoured, the beetle dies, and its grubs ejt each other, until "more cutworms appear." ,Mr. Strickland says that any meth- od ul propagating the beetles would be impractical, as they would have to breed-cutworms, for-food for thej beetle, but he.thinks thjt conditions'! might be altered tq make'the, more effective. There is a great plus 61 them at all and it would be folly to increase the sur- plus. Eoinc method cf maklnc use of: tlje already over supply, is tlie prob- lem confronting the farmer. Reports from several districts stale the cutworm is found, there also is its enemy, the little ground-beetle. Jlr. Strickland. thinVs that the cut- worm evil can he overcome by cul- tural methods, aided by the beitle. He aUo believes that its'advent In flic, country, nllhough an expensive trnclicr, lias shown (h! faimors that careless tilling is not profitable, for he blainei, this Ijclor for the 'spread of (he plague. Shallow tilling, which creates a dust mulch on the laml, favors nnd enhances tlio c'nt'worni's .existence, and when proper methods ]d Cultivation me used, Mr. Slrick- thinks the- cutworm will in time be wholly'done away with. ,110 Is working on a plan of culti- vation aC.tfce present lime, nr.d et- pe'cls 'to have something ready for the farmfra for next springes use. "The cutworm has acted in a flmi- llar manner to the said ho, teaches the lesson of'dtep i and I thorough cultivation, .and will prow ,a'blessing to the country rather "than an .It'ls a lamb In j wolf's clothmj, and develop i much the'same conditions here, as of acres of cottonj but H showed the fl onr.ers, tfjat 'th'cre was a i. wrong tp" prepare; their, ground, and learned 1 he right cea'sed Ip" be.' ;_ ;f r" .Vi, don't go nv-icti.on ex- cept, fot local uie, 'where an outbreak aand Ih? cultural methods are much "cheap-l et -ten: the, average Januer i- A report from Taber' "slattd- that fho, beetle tas there, Vaccourer, B.C, Mn> cross and calro, erected over tie re- mains of Captain .R. p. Scott, C.V.O.. H.X.; Drv-B. A: Wilson, and Ltcut.' H. n. Bowerj, B.M.I, as a slight token to perpetuate and success- ful altempt to reach.the South i'ole. This ilKf' did on January, .the- Norwegians had al- JSiij. ajso to commemorate, their, two gallant "com rides, L. Oates, of'thp innlsklllfnsjbrasWrib who walked to his death in a bluESrd, wiilfngly, about twenty miles south of this placenta tri and save his cfm rades beset by hardship; also of Pett> Officer Edgar Evans, ,who died at the foot of the Beardriiore glacier. 'The 1-ofd gave and the Lord tnkcth away; blessed be the name of the Lord.' Mr. C. F. Wright, of Toronto, Ont. who has oeen here on hjs' way east gives this as the inscription on the cross which now topa the tent Captain Scott and his two companions rest lii the frigid regions near the South headed tlie es- pedilion which-found the bodies. left Captain Scott and his brave companions where 1 .heir deaths in their tent. ered fh'e'iteat '.with a mo'imc p fo3 a orously. altacilng the cutworm vig: I, the boll-weevil stairs. rl weevil in ihe southern UMJi'i.'. No. 7Z7 Many new models in CORSETS k> off leiion'i 1 rtllitr ettreine wilhiT, I la CTKC Cor- alway( pretcire for lS< thme of cotafoit ukicK mJe ftwjntel among Caatjiin Koaea. MsJel 727 ;ii nrultt for ilm, firtilh t' There w a riatt ol JsuV la in ell 1'r.e e la Ctact fye la CROMPTON CORSET COMPANY UMITED. bodlea ''ji 'qund the tielr TVe preserved, i 'aces.bqre tbe EmUe.oI Bieu to.tbeir deajh knowing "that duty for thefr, cc There their haying suffered. Th a'wav ia'peacclul conscious life's work wen concluded." Wright made It plain that party paeoed away from lac- not as ine ui Biorras. ?ard, however, blocked pro compelled-the consumption food available. Wright Is accompanied Dehenham, of Sydney, l geologist of the expedition, found traces of c< few other. "Our _Investigations thorough, and cur records plete, ao that wo fee) we hi. pushed by our j Wright irid'Debenhain a- Mr. "WTigM'a Irother, in I peri, and proceed to ireeJis ulth Alfred Wright, .Both youns then return to Cambridge finest cocoa butter, purest cane sugar, and the best vanilla beans that can be bought, are tl ngredients which we blend together to form that rich, smooth coating; which characteristic of feel safe in saying that no other chpco- aie'corifectio'nery'ever'offere'd to the Can- adian Consumer, has come up to the high standard of purity and excellence of Limited, Halifax, .Canada, lr_3i GIVEN Tho mail If-alnsihu'mberc both east and ..west, now ph daily at giving a dd'Jblo service daily.whlc: appreciated. Heretofore only or.ol service doily each frequently the mail was and making and especially in. the matte paper malls. .The Irvine I Trade reqiifsted the, Assocl of 'trade of Southern Alb I which H Is affiliated, to C'.! obtain a; double iially-me.1 both east and west .only a months ago, and (Ma was Superintendent Davidson vestTtjallon of the complaints and the grounds, for the request. i catch has establishes i1 that I ha mall trains do not slop except on flag for r and this ptcajes. the patrol poll office bacauso of .the of ths service. Big Baby Food -r 1'.-, j.i I l.'jti iir ni i..- .with TQA8TED WHEAT FLAKES i TWENTY PERSONS lls'JUREO ;Aripn, Ohio. May per SODS were Injured joine a coHfston on Ar! Peilford hud Cleveland line near citj' toOaVt "t'OUCE" y-ith provider needed element for a complete' diet. Vary it other proper food, oi but remember plete food, MU. BT ;