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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, April 29,1913 THE L E T HB R X I? G13 3) A11Y HERALD Pagefl AN ENDLESS CHAIN OF SATISFIED USERS Right through the Weat, up, down and aorosg the country there are users of Bhte Ribbon Tea, linked together hy the bond ot its delight-giving qualities. We invite you to Join in. Become one ot the pleafled thousandis. It you find that you are not fully satisfied your grocer will at once'refund your money. \ Eighty Per Cent of Seeding Done (Continued from front pagB> filty per cent of "the beet crop ia iii, and in fine condition. No oats or nax have been sown. Farmers and everyone rejoicing over the snow fall. � / ~ . Goutts Branch Warner, April 39.-With eighty, per cent bt the crop- in the ground, and a large peircentago of this already sprouted and above groupd, the snowfall of todiay; is being welcotaed as a stimulus to growth. The ground was in good condition beioro the inowfall, but nobody was ever heard-to kick against. receiving more moisture at this time, of the year. Oat seeding has barely, commenced, but will he completed in 10 days or two weeks. Wmter wheat is in excellent" shape and growing fast; General prospects point to a banner year. ' - A Regular Bonanza , New Dayton, April 29.-Fully ninety per cent of the crop is- in. Spring wheat is germinating very rapidly and is above ground in .many placeg. A large increase in the' flax area is reported. Snowfall is i bonanza to farmers. Considerable breaking >s done. Very'little oats 'haS 'been sown as yet.'-Bribapept?. over last' ' year are away. aWad^ ^ ' ' Macleod-; April ^B.-^Wwn'ioiirly V^i' morning a steadyfd'owiippurv.of'.heaVy^ snow has been ^f^lUngj and^tbe fat-: merB consider it a .lilessing,, as the ground was beginning to ,;dryt {out:i From 86 to 75 per cent d!-,the crop is in and sprouted;. ;PraotioaUyS;jio oats has beoi seeded, although there is a lot to go li).' - . Conditions generally axe ahead of last year. Crows Nest East � Grassy ;Lake, 'April 39.-Seventy-five per cent of crop in and growing. Spring wheat is up in many parts. � There is practically no winter wheat in the district, but it is. in fine condition. Some oats has been sown, and a small amount of barley Breaking is in full ^wing.. . Precipitation of today is very welcome to everyone, and will give the crop a fine start. Conditions, generally are about 25 per cent ahead of last season. ^Taber.-Conditions in the district surrounding Taber are excellent. About T5 per cejit. ot tlje wheat crop is in, and the acreage over last ' year is greatly increased, there be-. isg more summeif fallow land, and less stubble' land sown to wheat, in comparison "With last year. A quiet wet snowfaU is "being welcomed by the farmers'foday,: and although the ground was' -not  dry the fall will hasten gro-\vth-considerably. A very large, percentage of " the wheat sown'-is-above ground. Winter wheat  is � in  excellent condition. : � - � Oarmangay Line Carmangay-Heavy wet. snow falling today. About 80  per cent, of wheat seeded  and-, growing good. Ground previous-to the snow was in fairly good shape, but beginning to . dry out, so-preoipitation is welcome., From 10 to 20 per cent more' seeding done than, at this time last year. There is a docrnase in amount of stubble sowing over last year. No All English Cjbiemist Has .Discovered How to Crrow Hair In England the ladles have enUrely abandoned wearing rats, Whlc'h is due , entirely to this new discovery. : It has' been proven that Henna leaves contain .the Ingredients that will .positively grow hair. .That they contain this lojig looked for article'is proven, eyery day. - . . ,The Americans are now pjnblng on the. wai"k�t s^, preparation containing the extract of Henna leaves, whloih iS'haying a. Phenomenal sale, ' iThtfl preparation U called SALVIA,, , and IB being sold with a guarantee to cure dandruff and to grow ball- in abundance..'Being daintily perfumed SALVIA raaltes a-most pleasant hair "drossltigf. The Fraitk Hedley Driig.Co; your druggist, la the first to -import tails'preparation Into Lethbridge and i, large generous .bottle ban be pur-�-^j-.ilift�ed for 60 cents, / flax or oats has been seeded, and there is practically no winter wheat in the country, but v/hat there is can be said to be in excellent shape. No cutworms or wire worms have been reported as yet, it being a little early for them to coftiraence operations. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Ret. 1119 UNDERWENT THE SECOND OPERATION H.R.R. DUCHESS OF GONNAUGHT WAS UNDER 'SURGEON'S KNIFE AGAIN TODAY London, April 29.-^Another operation was performed this morning on the DuohwB of Connaught, wife of the Governor-General of Canada. The surgeons in attepdance report that it wlUbB Bucoesatul.,' . .�� �The first 'Official .bulletin., was. issued at'noon today:: '"An operation of a severei character has been performed to relieve the intestinal absitruotion.,, Hey^ Royal Highness .Is &t well as'can'be eX'pect-ed." . .  . , : '  S ^ tt- ? , ' �f .KdiAoifti^i,,'iAprU-'28^Gouatlng of th'^" ;idls|ute^: b'ftliots' in. ISdmonton; .'gives'i^lie'-^epon^ �)jeat In,the city to A,' 'F.;:Ei'^ng)".'C(>nBervatlve, with a majorityioi 194 oven-Hoii. A. C.r M?.c-kay. Liberal. The total vote stands: Cross, 5407; Ewlng, 5107; Machay, 4913; GTlesbach, 4499. Cross and Ewlng were accordingly declared elected. It is likely that Mackay will run tor Bdson, oiie of two seats held by Hon. Mr. Crops. I laid me down at approach of night; night; 1 laid � mc-, weary, to sleep till morn, But 1 tossed and turned till return of light, For I'd lain me down on a pillow of thorn. Who had brought me this pillow of thorn . That pricked ray head through the midnight hours. I remembered when the new day was born, I had filled it myself in a field of flowers. -Katharine A. Clarke. � � V Mr. and Mrs. E.. A. Williamson will move into their new home at 509 Fourteenth St., S., tomorrow. * * * Mrs. William Staftord and Mrs. Norman Peat have returned from a pleasant visit with Mrs. Benjamin Russeli, of Calgary. *  � Mr. Watson has returned to Calgary, but Mrs. Watson is , still a guest with her sister, Mrs. W. Price Lindsey. * i-Sauce Boat and 1 Scalloi., Complete for $18.75 Kenilworth Pattern A similar quality to Bleu De Roi, In a very dainty Border Design ,in green and red--ha� very nice shaped cups; 97 piecb set. ' Complete for $16.95 White and Gold Band One of this most popular designs we are handling-both sieat and rich in appearance. Pit to grace any table. 97 piece set- ' Complete for $16.00 Special In Diiiner Sets ., Teh only, special quality Semi-Porcelain Ware complete ditiner sets. Eight different designs to choose from, Inclhdlng Rose-biid, Clover Leaf, and.- Grecian Key Border-rose, blue and green colorings. ON SALE, PER SET ____...... $14 7S� HOTEL KEEPERS! READ THIS- WHITE IRONSTONE iCHl'NA IN ALL WANTED LINESV SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK'S SELLING. GET YOUR GROUNDS IN SHAPE FOR TREE PLANTING ON' HUDSON'S BAY TREE PLANTING DAY (ARBOR DAY) FRIDAY, MAY 9th; 1913. mm 0? tr#:9ormrwSfT'........ ,she"?lja,9-been.^l^bor^. ^J)e Ifagiierers will'' b6?,pleased to ^'ear' Tl/fxa, Daniels any time m one ol her helpful, talks. It was the last mcKtmg under Ihs auspices o'j the present olficers ; next' ivtonday evening the new corps of workers tfike' over the helm and all are looking forward to a profitable year.- The Hudson's Bay Stores GUESSING AT THE NEW SENATORS MANY are named _ but, sad, sad, ONLY four' can; BE CHOSEN Ottawa, April 28. -J I'our vacant senatorships from Ontario are likely to be filled by the oabmot this weex; There are many attar the jobs. As successor' of Senator Sullivan,> the. names mentioned include J. J. Donnelly, M.P, and Dr. Ryan, of Kingston. . � P. H. Bow}'er, ,ex-M.L.A. for- East Elgin, and W. Scully, of Windsor ; Mepsrs. A. � W. Wright, Toronto; Alexander McLaren, ex-M.P., Stratford ;� Hon. Samuel Barker, Hamilton; Major Beattle, M.P,, London;; James McLaughlin, Owen Sound; Alex. McNeill, ex-M.P.; Wiarton, and Ed. Smitb, ex-M-P. of Wmonaj are among those suggested tor the, senatorships vacant by the deaths of Senators McMuUen and Campbell. The successor of Sir Richard Scott will cpme from the Ottawa district. Dennis Murphy, ox-M.L. A., C. J. Foy, K.C, of Perth, and Dr. Maloney,,-of Eganville, are aspirants. The cabinet' has not yet discussed the appointments. A. E. Pripp, M.P., and Pr. Groves, ot Carp, are also mentioned. W.CT.U. COLUMN ONE OF THE SMARTEST, NEW SPRING ^^IT9' , , i- Direct from ,P8r,l�*:r'ttie.'.;^bw| two buttoned' coat, vyltn .wl'de'^ labels and the et|-8lBht llne"8' of,'bft'th-coat'and skirt. Th^ lonk skirt Lsi In evidence again, and'the general effeptie'that of etmight llnea. ' , ' ELL FOM mm Warner, April 29,-The offleUl df-elaratiqn was made here yesterday.* Mr., Lef(Ingwell .was dpola: cer-, i4 m JULIA MARLOWE, ONE of the LOVELIEST STAGE WOMEN: The wonderfully clever Shakespeare actress, vwho*^ with her husband;::; SoMthern, is touHng Canada In,Sh'Skesperaan repertoire. Thie Is the latee't' picture of .Julia Marlowe,,the >left one showing her as "Ophelia'' In Hamle,^,' This picture, gives one a fair-Idlaaof the tnlentedaotrees' height; : It' Is her supreme regret that she Is not a little taller, ' ' ,' ' hotels .in Winnipeg,. Bdmontorn etc., are on a Pf^r :i^Jth� Blmllar in this' 09un.try,but ^the smaller establishments >'in tljosei cities, so far as sleeping and' diniifg rooms are concerned, afe"iuubellivably. bad. When you register-tl^ejr'"are absolutely In-dlffereilt as to' wfhether you stay a day or a . The bar receipts average $,3,00 .a; day. While I was in Bdmonton,,'a'4'B-To6m house changed hands. The ll&'afle, whiqh had ten years to^rp^jitibropgiit a'^'premium of $12B,000*- oba'_atler the papers, were reop-rded^'the^'ipiir' chitser was offered a bonus of ?86,' OQO for the lease,^ The "bar of 'this bbuse does a, buslnens of ^350 a 'day> *.''What Impressed me , most up ttl^re was, the "business done" by-tije b|i;�. Much pf thl^' trade seemed to be'^new settlers, who pour Ip. on ev-grjr trajti. It was not unoomi^on to tnom lined up at a bar sU deep. In.'such 'places as Moose 'Jaw ev^n t^ little bars In the outskirts take Measuring % in, bs" % Ib., a copy' of, the ''English Bijou Almanac" for 1838, one of the Bmullest: books in the world; realized �4 Sa at Messrs. Sotheby's rooms In London. The executive of the National IJn-ion of ,Railwaymen have decided to refund the. fines imposed by tho Nbrtji-EJastern Kaljway on their employees who parae out on strlk* ia>: support of. driver :iKn the o'lgintl ti�'*>'y\)Mw"lln8 theh�t MM I ;