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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIf, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE WHOLE Fitly THEM J. W. HAMMOND ESQ SCOTLAND, ONT., Aug. 25th. 1913 are the only pill manufactured, to my wayof thinking-. They work completely, no griping whatever, and one is plenty for any ordinary person at a dose. My ivifc was a martyr to Constipation. We tried everylhiujf on the calendar wiLliont satis faction, and spent large sums money until we happened on 'Truit- I cannot say too much in tbcir TRVOT. We have used them in the family for two years and we would not use nnythiiig else as long as we can get Their action is mild, and no diitreaa it all. I have recommended them Lo many other people, aud our whole family nsrj J. W. HAMMOND. Those who hive been cured by "Fruit- proud and happy to tell a or ailing friend about these won- derful tableU made fiom fruit juices. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size 25c. Atalldealrrs or Bent on receipt of price by Fmit-s-tlvca Limited, OtUm. siracs ON 1914 CROPS A jircsu iBsiied liy the Con- BUB mill SlalimiCH office ut Oltiiwu, Blvea tlic resiilln of the usual animal inquiry us lo tlio stockb a! grain aud ullior oropB remalnhif, 111 tlio liumlB OI runners on Mnrcli 31, mill tlio proper- lion of llic croDB iinrvcsled In Hie lu-ovlons voar, wlilcli-lurnccl oul to lio of mcrchltiitulije Tlic re- (111-113 received from croii-reirarllng cor- vesiiondenlfi show Hint of Ilic lolal oslimiUcil yield or wheak In IflHrlStz per eenl, or bushels rc-mairi- in fanners' liaudo at Hie end of March. At Ihc riito of liushcls lior aevc, tills (lliantily should allow of Urn solving llils sprius cf auout II.- acres, or acres more than'were sown In the spring of J3H, indcpcndonlly of (jnantRlBS of wheal stored in elevators which uiay be re- turneil lo fanners for seedlnr nCBen. Tlic unantily o[ vheat remain- ing this year in the hands of fanners, is, however, smaller tlian m any inT- vlons year on record, tlio light crop and tlio high ijricc being togetlier re- IspoiislMc for this rosull. In 1911 the jiinanlily of estimated to lie in farmers' hands at Mnrcli 31. war biialiels, or per cent of lllu InrffO ImrvoEl of 1U13; In ill .March 31. the proportion 22 per cenl., or bnahols, and at .Mnrcli 31 J912 ll 11 lier cent, or busbelB Of the remaining- gralu crops (he proportions o[ the previous year's pro- duction estimated to ba in fanners' hands on .March ill, lire also smaller than In any fonr.cr year on record. Oats shot- 3. balance of bushels, or 27 per cent.; harley, bushels or per cent.; rye, bushels, or 17 per cent.: b.uch- 'wheal, bushels or 21 per cent.; corn for husking hush- ela or 21 per cent., and rlaiseed, Three Boxes Cured His Rheumatism. Jlcont Mr. to be cured of chronic Rheumatism from which he -hid suffered for rears. Just three boxen of GIN PILI.S at We a box, completely cured him and Uxlsy he not n fign of RheuniHtlHtn. eirkirit. CM. Apiil 30ln. "MyfallicrhitlH-en tra.iblrd with Htiru- cini.in.-nrn.ni.rnU, living tn-ixliKlorniind no vclitt. was (m.illy adviiftl bj a friend lo Iry Gin lit a box and after taking tnciil for a wrck, found lli.tl ihcv gave him rrlirl. He then purrluicd iVirrc "nmrc bmtri which slirna man in Rood Me it, attend to wocfc. far (rnrflt cttiKfe, 'H ih- credit M due lo Gin 1'ilU." ALKX. MOORE. Every box of Gin Pills is sold ivilli our positive of salislnc- tion or money back. On, Pill, arr in Ypur du.-ilT hai Lhrin-Silr. a liox. 8 for Told in I'.S. unJ.TlIu- namc-'tJINO" I'ilN. Trial Ireufmrnl free if you write National Co. of Canada, LImilnl VULOAN NEWS (V.ulcan AdvocaLe) The council loat no time In trying ro put Uio fire cleparLment in order they on ifonday laal. Tliay tare given iDStructlons iJie pur- hase of a 450 gallon steel tank, fitted fltti a pump, A firs practlceH k-ould not hurt these days when 'we kare the long, cool evenings ivltli us. regrft to report that -Mr, Tliom- 1s Yorke, -who haa been working for pir. Iffliiry Ernst, has had news of LIB 'father's accidental death in Lou- Son, England. Mr. Torko letL Tor ihe country on Saturday ovenlns. the tone ot the council ineeL-. ns IHSL Jlnnday there is so- ng 10 bs something doing- If tlia do- InquentH do oot. come through wILh lielr taxes soon. They are holding up iccessaiy wgrk In the village. Mr. Martin Paterson. who 'waa hurl lame time ago by felling off Hie roof M one 'of hid bulldlnpi, Is having trouble with tbs old Injury. He was Inken to the Holy Cross hospital, In Jrder to hive the Injury examined hader tho X-rajs. He was accom- panied by Dr. Knowlei. WHAT CURES ECZEMA? have had BO many Inquiries lately regaiding Dozema and other skin din ease a, that we are to make our answer public. After care- lul investigation we-hare found that a simple ivaeli or Oil of Wiutergreen, ns compounded In D. D. D. Prescrip- tion, can 'be relied upon. We would not mako fhlfl etaLemenL to our pat- rons, IrlendB and neighbors unless we were sure of although there are many so-called Eczema remedies sold, ws ourselves unhesitatingly re- commend D, D. D. Prase rip I! on. All dniffrlfitE bare D. D, 25c, "Drop into our store today, just to talk over the merits HUB--wonderful Presorlptlon, Aak aleo nbout D. D. D. Soap. For aale by J. D. Hlglnbotham t Co., Limited, Druggliti, Lethbrldge. D. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. THE ROYAL BANKOFCANADA CcpiUl Paid Up Reserve INCOHPOHATCD 186d SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Account. b; with an initial deposit of One Dollar. Interest is credited bllt yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS AB "count tie nunej of two bembvrl of a family will be found convenient. Either the survivor) opente the accouDU LETHBR1DGE BHANCH I J. M. AITKEN, Minlgtr. OF CANADA Are Your Children learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have" a personal Savings Account in the Union'Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training in how to expend money wisely. Such an education in thrift and saving will prova Invaluable In later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager ADMINISTRATION of ESTATES The wide experience of our officers and executive BlafT ensures the utmn-si in (.lie ndnilnlslralion of estates. -Wie fees lire as moderate as for an Individual executor of neceBsnriiy limited tixnerlcnue. Consult us rcsardlnff the appointment nf your executor. FOE OUB BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Adminiitrator and Official Aislgno for the Judlclnl OlitricO of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALCARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Cilgiry. Lethbrldge Office Bunk of Conmtrct Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Insptctcr 700 bushels, or 10 per cent. OI pota- toes which gave ihe excellent, yield last year of bushels, 37.7 per or hushcls were in (iirmers1 hands on March -U this pro-portion helnp larger Limn in any last five years, excfipllns when -13 per cent., or bush- els remained over from the harvest of 1912. Of turnips and oilier roots, biiBhelE, or per ceiu., re- mained over and of hay and clover the Quantity in ihe farmers' hands it placed at tons, or Jl pei cent of tht lota! crop of ions. Out of UIR total wheat, crop ol' bushels, all but ner cent., or bushels, proved in be of merchantable quality. Tin's perccnt- age although below the exceptional record of 10M, when the proportloi non-merchantable vas less than !J per cont.. is about equal Lo the average of the last six years, during ivhlcli tlie lowest proportion oE merchantable grain 'was in 1010-11. alter the poor season of 1910, when 12.S per cent. was estimated 10 be of non-merchant- able" quality. Tlic proportions of other crops in which proved to he of merchantble tjuality are as fol- lows: Oats, 91 per cent. (JJga.flSS.OOO barley, S8 ner cent. 000 cent. 000 buckwheat, S5 per cent. corn for husking, 80 per cent. flaxseed, 8S per cenL, bush- potatoes, Sft per cent. turnips, etc., S7 per cent. and hay and clov- er. SS ner cent. Correspondents tliroughout Canada report that the past winter has been exceptionally mild. In most of the provinces stock havu In consequence come well through aud are in good condition. In some parts notably in Saskatchewan, the light crops of last year, rendered feeding difficult, and animals at the close of the 'winter tvere t.liln. T" these cases, however, matters would have Ijeen.much worse had the winter been of normal sev- enty. An eai'Iy spring was anticipat- ed and the prospects far the coming I season were hopeful. Farmers were preparing [or a big increase in the acreage to be seeded, their efforts be- ing facilitated by the large amount of fall ploughing completed last Enchant is a Live Little Burg Elnciiant, April C. King, ol Enchant, was in Lefchhrideo during the u-cek on a business Uip. Meetings arc being lield at Ellis- mere school house by Messrs. Bruce and Mc'iVhinn. The three grocery stores ami Livo hardware stores arc doing a business this spring. A blacksmith shop is being built at present, which will be ready for busi- ness in a lew days. A first- class restaurant has just been opened. A dance was held in Jolmston s pool room oo Llic 21st and was a great success. Farmers are: busy see'ding now. Most of the wheat is sown. Tills town needs ;i hotel, implement house, lumber yard, bank, drug store, doctor and dentist. Mr. Shauton left during the week for Unglaml. where he will prepare to go to the front ivilli liis olrl regi- ment. The marriage look plane on April 17 at Caniiaiigay, of Oliver W'inter- ingham and Annabcll Tbwaiios, both formerly of Mitchell, Out. After Llic marciagc a reception was held at the home of the bride's hvotlinr, Mr. Sim- con On the 1911. the happy couple left for Herbert, Sask., where cnsiimpr in llic power plant of "that town. 'Their many friends in and around Enchant irish" them much happiness. NEW FIRE ENGINE FOR ROCKIES PARK Ottawa, Out., April novel'de- rice that will be used for fire preven- Jlnn in Rocky Mountain park this year Is EI light gasoline engine and pump, with 100 feet of hose, to ue carried i quirkly b> motor truck along the! roads or trails. Numerous streams i i re believed to make the idea pracUc- TO CELEBRATE Big Day on the ands of Gophers Killed in Contest How Isl.iml, April H. Strickland of the KxpurinirnUil 'Kami ill LclhliridKi'. mi interest ing talk on lliu army cut worm lo I ho niiMiilicrs of the board cf (r.-idc :iml to the fanners in mis district uii evening. The hoard of trade are Ir.iviug Idlers inaik-d In all the runners in this advising llicm of tfie iimsenri1 I worm mill ins Unctions tu destroy flicm. McKii'.iiry, inesnlcut of llic W. C. T. SIIVK ;.n mU'rcKlini; talk OH inoliibitimi mi Friday evening lo a large audience. Slit speak lo tlic ladies on .Saturday nUt-motm and will give an address uii Sunday even- ing jil Llic clnm-li. J, II. Tmnblay :md bride drove up from Aicdic'ini1 Hal yesterday and will reside on liis farm west uf town .for tlic Kummi'r. j Island uill a hifi fret- celebration