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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 8atui' orfirfifinded 'fey^ (ihyilclane. For Woman'!* All/nents, Dr. Martel'a Female Pll|s,''4|t your druflolst. SAiIoA '^onten"''who" tHink about nothing tilt oiotlteB.'-wlU h&.ve a lot of tlnid oa their mandfe whennhelr outfit ctnilstB ct � rpbe and a .'Jjaio. RAYMOND Ra.yraond, April ,36.-A, B. Wiley; of Eanioufcon, Is In ttfwn buying small borses. He will'take theto nprth tO; be need In the Peace River district W. fit. �antche!tl'"t'ra.v'elllfig industrial agent of thb e. P.. K. detartmeat of natiii-ar feaourc'es, of Ca'lgttry, *a8 In litown. iWlday coiaplltog ah Industrial dtr.Mt�ry -fCT aiareTtlaing the town 'Me buslnees riieiti of/the town, such as the' tooarflVot trade, cab; give nidnd a 'bod'sflh the Industrial recorfd kv. Mittbell stated tM !B^ttiiia=^aHd the} country soutb - should. organize siihd have the boa;ra's /of trade get the data that la Teafdl�r grains and that within the ne;tt'twenty daya will be plenty early for them. Hie also stated that good crops this year are as favorable as they h^ve eve^r been during the past ISyofts. The late springs, he says, have, always been indications of good'yealrs. The fall grain In this district is in excellent condltlqn^ and is 'growing rapidly. The i)vlnd!!}^as not done any damage to eroj^a. It has o^ly taken the frost out tt\tttory/flheuma-tism for two W-y^t^:^^ sevei-al doctors butbh^fr'n^4'Qlne did not help him, We heard of 'L.IQUID SULPHUR" and boughtea^hottle. It had entirely cured hfiji. 1 use-it for all my Children aa  �,= Blood' Sffidlcine and wiiuld not be Without Jt in the house for any mpijey; . , , , I wish to thank you. for th� suffering it has relieved In our home.' (Signed)  Mr9i the reception accorded him on rising .to* respond to the to^st of'"The Dominion," a.s he paid tribute to Canada.  The past vcac and a halt has been ,the happiest ot his, life. BULLETIN ON AN n u He Likes It SCHOOL BOARD DELiGHIEO Ottawa,. April 17,-A bulletin issued today by the Census fend Statistics office states that, according to reports made by correspondents at the end of March, 92 .per cent, ot last year's wheat crop in Canada, i.e.,' 183,611,000 bushels, out oif the total estimated production of, 199,236,000 bushels, proved to be �f merchantable quality. In the Maritime provinces. In Quebec and ill Ontario the proportions were smaller than thia, being 88 per cent, in Prince Edward Island; 86 per cent, in Nova Scotia; 82 per cent, in New Brunswick; 75 per cent, in Quebec, and 83 per cent, in Ontario. But In the three Northwest provinces of Manjttfba, daskatchewan and Alberta, where the bulk of the wheat crop is produced! the percentage of merchantable quality was in each case about; 93. In British Columbia, the quality proving merchantable was only 76 per cent,; but in this iprovlnce the total �pfOdtiplion was relatively small. it is estimated that about 32 per ceht of the total wheat crop in Ga-na'da, viz., 44^,668,000 bushels, remained in the farnietB' hands on March, 31, as compared .^ith 27 per cent., re-presentiag. 58,1^9,000 bushels of the crop of Iflll, -which remained in the farmers' hand* qij March 31, 1912. The quantity pic what estiihated as remaining in the farmers' hands, on March 31, 1913, 'was: in the Maritime provip'o^B, 338,0b6'; In Quebec, 350,-OOO; in OptarjO, 3,232,000; In the thr^e Northwest provinces, 40,704,000 and in Bi-jtish GftJnmbla, 46,000 bushels. ' - Oats, the .estimated yield of which was last year 361,733,000 bushels, was of merchantable quality to the extent oi .51 per cent., or 328,483,ooo bushelfl, and the quantity remaining in farmers' hantjs was 44.22 per cent.; or 159,948,000 bushels, as compared with last year's figures of 89 per cent, merchantable, pr. 310,074,000 bushels and 44,18 per c'fiht., or 153,846,000 bushels in farmers' hands on March 31, 1912. The 'Btoportions merchantable of the crop of 1912 were, by provinces; Pvlnoe Ejdward-Island,-95 per cent. (6,857,000 bushels); Nova Scotia 87 per cent. (2,7i5?iOOO bushels); New Brunswick,  86 flpr cent. (4,612,000 Bushels); Quebec, 73 per cent. (22,-016,000 bushels); Ontario, 83 per cent. (76,074" 3,-444,000 tons. As a general rule live stock wintered ^ell, and tfa^lr average condiWon for all Canada expressed in a percentage of 100, representing a healthy and thrifty state, -was For.hwses, 95; milch cows, 93; other cattle, 91: sheep, 95; aftd awlne, 94. In the Maritime provinces. Quebec apid Ontario, the winter proved exceptionally mild; and, with an abundance of tedder, all descriptions of farm live stock: came well through. In the North ivest provinces 11 vie stock di'd- well on the whole; but in many localities cattle suffered thrhUgti the lack of prairie hay, which was spoiled jjy last j'ear's heavy rains. Many deaths amongst young pigs were attributed to the cold farrowing season.' Th"e winter proved long t^jid cold in Manitoba and Sask'atchewap, but was unusually mild and open 'in Alberta, Indications at the end of .Jiftrch were for an early ejiHtip alid sowing season .throughout the �asterti part of Canada; but in the Northwest provinces, where deep snpws ana severe cold piarslsted during. March; it was anticipated that sowlngwould Ije late. With few excepti9ns,.ihe-fatl';whBat in southern Ontario was reported to be in fine condition. It was too qarly to repon on the fall wheat of Alberta. Caldweli'fl! IVfoIaeises FOR YOUR STiQCK TJie only pure cane nidlaasea meal in Canada. Recommended by feed experts. Unequalled fpr putting stock In condition Quickly. Improves digestion. To Introduce this fimoufe meal in Soiithern Alberta, We will send:  , 200 lbs. .....,...> 8M 50O lbs.........$19.00 All charifi'eii pii'ld. J. c. Feed TVierehaht, Ait^Wiy JfMi^ky ' PKohfe S49 Lethb'rlcl0a ' Ammt I.STE IHES EEP CAMPS LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONER FINDS EiVgRYTHING IN ,GPap> SHAPE FOR RECORD SEASON ACCEPTED OFFER OF HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY TO SUPPLY TREES FOR , ARBOR DAY BUSY ON THE LAKE FRONT Fort^Willlam, April 26.-AotlVitlP^ at'the harbor front has assu|ned mld-Sea'Soh pi-oportions, with, boats, lijifed up at the docks, loading and' unloading cargoes. So tar eleven, vesseia have arrived with coal, brin'glng'Ih'Vq, total oatgo of seventy tiv^vtho.naatid tins..., ^ . A a special meeting of the" school bohrd last'night, plans for the dis-tributlon iQi the 2000- trees .'donatefjj bjr :the Hudson's Bay company for Arbor day planting, were discussed. Mr. 'Dodman, manager., of. the Hud-son's Baj' store, said-that the prime object of the donation.'-was to bcau-ttlj'-lho school gioUiid&.'blit that it was-thought advisably to also give ponie of the lot td tfio children for planting at home, !,,;...?>' . Jt was finally dp'cided" to do. this and', distribution WiiiiStake place from the'i various schools, iiCstpad' of from the store as originally planned. ''Dr. Thompson, with Mr.~'W: Lloyd, ot the separate school trustees and the'; school principals 'Were asked to woik out a program ol planting. 'i[^lje board heartily thanked th6~k .Huflson's Bay Co-j through Mr. Dod- ) man; -for their eftorts. to beautify this If cit)r, and encourage an interest in trpe cultuie.by their unbounded gen-brosity in giving the trees.: Mr.: W. P. S^ieiVi^ns, live stock com-mjBsiQi|f)ri ,:We|}t Warner yesterday to hay^^a |ook;il;lto live stock condl-tiojja ip^'tili^t SBpypn. He ^-eturned nprtli to Raymond today ajif'^lllvJslt R. C. Harvey's lamblntdahipB Ot} Chin Coulee. , The l^mhlUS ^eE|8on is now in full swing, a?id-atHloqgh a few cdld nlghl would, .iceeg/filJh^iids on deck, yet it haa.-not'hefh sp-'i^ld as to cause ser-iotJI'YpBf' . Wltyi'l)ift' Ideal weather of the past tew days Soutlieru .Alberta's 1013 lamb cW-^JjqHld he R4) excellent one. iThi^ ("yVOql grqWers are also antlcl-ps^lngh^ b'pun^}|ul wool crop. HOOL^Y SHOT HIMSELF  WoVld'8 Biggest Mortgage .The $800,000,000 mortgages of ilie. Interborobgh Rapid Transit odmpaEy trf-the Guaranty Trust  conjpany pf New ydrk, the largest mortgage ever given In the world, has been Ule'd with the register of Ne,w York county. Max S. .Ctjrifenh'agen, J ' ' One of, the chief featurea, ofthe denture'la that It la baaed:) almost ivhelly.: upoii intangibles, na^ejy, the franchises, tlie leasehold and'thei'milT ing,stock of the company.........^ Bonds; for $16,300,000 forlmmadlat^; construotlon w prk are ,to bev ISBued'^i. once,,aud upon these the IntphPVo^h will have to pay a mortgage'' 'ta,s'. m $82,500. 'She tax for, the ajjtWe ^uM will, amouM' to' '$l;BOO-,OftO. .'ttJlft'^lqfeviPff recorcliag fees $717.26: " Calgary, April 26.-The coroner's In-iV^Btigatlon into the death of. W. G. S, ittoOjBy, the Calgary contractor whpse JbiodV was found in the Bow River, yes-^Qilflfiy, revealed the, fact fthat Hooley U^^ia, bullet ^ound in hlsi-head; It is i|VirR>l^ed that ihe went to'-an open ispaxid-in the river and after, shooting hlniself, toppled in the water. � Mr. Vrooman Buried The tuueral of the late G. L -Vrooman, who died on Wednesday at Uls residence 1120 5th Avenue South, was iield this afternoon at three o'clock, from the-residence, ' ,\ Rev. Canon MoMllldn ol' St. Cyiv rian's Anglican church, cdnduoled the service,' burial taking ^lace ih the Anglldan cfemet^ry. ' ' The honorarypall^bearers w6re: Inspector C. H. We�)t, Superintendent, J. R. WilSbh; VGiiptrfiJ) ' and Messrs. F. D. Sh^w, H. MacSeWj and J. W. MoNicoI, the aotivftvpall bearers being C. G. K. Nourse, H. Donnan, W. Price Lindsey, J. N. Ritchie, p. Duff and George Mokay. � The floral trlbuteSi were a? beautiful as they were AuiiiferouS. H. A. Vi^bniaii, of Kihiitjokp, and G. E. Vrooman of WS9hln^l;on were unable to arrive ;in time for "tjip funeral. ' PCHiVE^fEN THE.I01 PAPERS IT'CpDjaiJItUT^^ a FINE HISTORY OF"';|s(OVA.gCOTIA' UP~TO ^ CpNpgDERATION ( Ot!;^wa, Api'Jl-^6,-With the arrival a further lhBwli"^ht, which completes the oOlWttoni the Canadian, archives is now )in possession of an irapQrtajit :seriep^ of 'docomen'ts', the private- papers of. the late Joseph Howe, the Nava Scotia statesman, wijo plgyecji such a large part in the, history'of CsnqflA' �t 'the time of Con-fe^eratWh A naval seaman has OJjce every day to salute the quarter-deck of his ship, even if no officer'is Ufidh it. "Salfda" Tea is in such popular #VOr that piany people feel like saluting a packet wherever seen. " ' Drrlne fur Mk liHt TRY IT AT boh, lE)iCI*E>ii'�B "We are in elirpest ^h�B %hu-h�k to give ORRINE a .trial., tou^ nothing to risk and evdryfihin fpr your money will So ire____i-rj~ after a tHal you fail to 'ge,t;/r>miU� from ORRINB. This blfllt We Wives and mothers of those who wl^k to excess an opportunity Its ;trjr ;tli� ORRINB trehtment. It is la Hh- iilm-ple treatment, can be glren.^jm fee home without publicity or lo'�B;of'iP'' from business, and at a smjUl ^Tf^^: ORJRINB is prepared in [twp'pj No. 1 Secret.treatment, aiPQ^er; RINE No. 2. In pill forml^ftir tL who desire, to take volu^dsry ment. Costi only $1.00. a 'hex. 'dttt^ in and talk oVfer th'e mattfer: "irlth; "tfi Ask for booklet. .s m Bed OroBB Drug Store, Iitd;,;i;*.ekd!a Block. _ '> AWS OF mt Plttsibnrg, Anril 26.-^TW6 men.T^erp taken alive at ihidnight last night from the Cincinnati mine of the Mon-ogahela River Consolidated Coal, anjd. Coke Co., at FiilJ4yvrile,.the/scpne du Wednesday noom ot\a ialsks'trdu^.i'iSx.;: plosion. Suffering untold agqi^le'H 'fi'om the fehock of an explo6i'i|n^ that has already claimed - the^ livefi-;'e^-''J'B tnen, and esposure, th'e ftv^o 'tneftil Charles Crawl, aged 36 yeaM;^iajidj Phillip teger, the; same, agS, ~%i' bad escaped dang-operatlons, as tb*; ips had been rempv-Oran'go Uly;'' had-puff�red IvotA i8truatl^-.;Al-ff..>fe,-.i^-^iWli^^Jig.�r'.-Kitl FLOVvfeRII^ISiUfl These ^re mSii UStctin In m '||r-den; the-colors are raagmficent and they are easily frfowa. We offer : Ciiotce^ Stixed-10 for 30c.; 25 for ; $2.25 pit 100- Bruce; for 50c.; 23 foi $I.00t $3.50 p^, Uk-* iii&iis f f tini all vfineties'^ilie r idfc^ 4^-' *Zfj!0;ip;;a&||MJt^ '.'0'Hjftt!if'jr'-.Vtffw^^^ , j-GardenlniiiliinaIt ct) Wrllcloj^i sm'.' 54 5583 ;