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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 TlieLethbrlilge Daily Hei-ald Wednesday, March 16. 1010. The Result of Our Advertisement Competition Will be Announced To-morrow THE PIONEER LUMBER CO., LTD. it, honect, v f healthful cream of tartar baking powder. Made from Grapes of Contains not a grain injurious ingredient PRICE'S WITH SMALL BOAT IN ICY WAVES FOR WEEKS WHOLE COUNTRY Terrible Story of Hard- ships and Suffering Endured By Surviv- ors Of a Wrecked Steamer AT "fRUIT-A-TIVES.' Wonderful Cure by Remarkable Fruit Juice Tablets. Moorefield Magistrate Says "The Dayi of Miracles Are Not Failed." CITY OPPOSES CONMEE BILL Winnipeg: Fears i'or the Power Uighis for New Plant EAM BAKING POWDER Fifty Years the Standard Alum Lime, j Seward, Alaska, March i and exhausted by almost incredible hardships and bearing the marks of j weeks of battling with icy gates four ;of six men who on January 7th lefc I the wreck of the in Cook, Inlet and in a small rowboat under- I took the desperate task oi rowing to i procure relief for their companions jwho were brought into Seward last i night just before midnight on the re- venue cutter Tacoma, which for al- imost three weeks has been searching for them. The Tacoma also brings word that the other two men are alive and safe. The four men on the Tacoma are Gus Swanson, second mate oi the j His cure seems a wonderful thing to j his family and all his friends. i Mr. Henry Speers, ihe well-known J.P. of Moore-field, Ont., suffered for two years with Chronic Indigestion and Dyspepsia, which brought on a. seri- ous Heart Trouble. He wasted away until he was nothing than a skeleton. Two physicians gave him up to die. Then his son made him try "Fruit-a- lives" and now Mr. Spoors is entirely j the citv. Ottawa, March the railway committee of the Commons today the fight over James >Coumee's bill to incorporate the International Water- .ways Canal and Construction Com- pany was renewed. The company proposes to build a barge canal from Lake Superior to Lake Winnipeg, a distance of 450 miles. F. H. Chrysler on behalf of ,the city of Winnipeg objected to the Mil on the ground that it would give to the company rights ou the Winni peg River where the people of Winni- Peg are building a power plant which supply the future reqpirements of Sweet Restorer 6A Abounding in stimulating goodness, a most health- ful and pleasing beverage. Its sustaining and Invigorating qualities are beyond dispute. ------Black, llixed and Natural GOc, 60c and 70e per lb. well. As he says "The days of mira- cles are not passed and I urn convinced that 'Fruit-a-tivcs' will cure Stomach and Heart Trouble where doctors and everything else fail." 50c a box, 6 for or trial size At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives, Limited, Otta- wa. Mr. Chrysler said that have been spent by Winnipeg and the j plant will be completed this year. It was a very important matter that the rights of the city should be pro- tected. Mr. Chrysler pointed out that Win- nipeg would not get its power rights a heavy pack of ice which the Interior Department until it has completed its work and it was therefore important that they should into had the boat in a sinking condition. They managwi to reach dry land at wrecked Farallon, Chas. Peterson, sea! capc 'Douglas hut not until the boat! not be given away now. Mr. Conmee REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE MEN Summoned to Appear in Accordance With the City Bylaw man; Otto Nelson, Albert Zeily, passenger en route to Kodiak. The other two are Charles Bourne, a resident of Afognak, who is now at Kafliar Bay and .Capt, Wedding, of had sunk under them with nearly all the provisions it carried. The water was shallow and by wading to their armpits they reached the shore. By this time it had grown dark and a On the charge of carrying on busi- ness of insurance agent without first having obtained a license. R. Dob-i. bjn A. E. Ives, R. B. Gibbons, The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd., T. E. Patteson and Skeith and Tilley] appeared through their solicitor be-i fore Magistrate Macdougall. The cases were adjourned for a week. Skeith and Tilley, Iowa Alberta Land Co., W. R. Dobbin, the O. W Kerr Co., The Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., the Alberta Realty Exchange, R. B. Gibbons, T. i J: b U JlbK-li -1 lhe launch Seawolf< who was left at i hoxrling gale was Bowing. At day- LAW SUICIDED j Kodiak- 'light the party managed to reach the From the men brought to Kodiak, cliff above the beach and there a !a story of hardship and suffering to-.makeshift tent was rigged up and a I gether'with dogged courage almost fire, kindled. The wind again increas- 11 ilS lieCll 111 lOOr llealtllj beyond belief. The party of six left led to a blizzard and they huddled to-! through a license to be grantai by j the wreck of the "Farallon" on Jan. i gether, lying flat on the ground, and {tne department. What would happen there they passed the next eight'" said the company was quite willing to have all the power rights on the ri- ver protected, all' that was wanted was that enough power to supply locks. Mr. Haggart, Winnipeg, suggested that the bill be referred to clerk of the House' or to the department of justice for an opinion. The city of Winnipeg would: get its power rights For a Number of Months hours. When the wind moderated I somewhat they set off down the beach and only two miles from where Ithey had spent the night, found Mi- chael Pablov, a trapper with a schoo No am- if parliament put on top oi this a statutory enactment? 7th with a light but fresh blow- 's ing north by northwest. i This increased during the night to a gale that compelled the men to PiUsburcr March K. I beach their row boat at Urusus Cove Laughlin, director in the Jones and where the-v morning. At Laughlin Steel Company, prominent daylight with a light east wind hauled up on the beach. socially, business and club man, bro-'a hcav" Sn0w storra left Urusus iount OI Pcrsuasion would get Pablov ther-in-Iaw of President and Mrs. ,Cove to have the wind veer ar- jto attempt crossing the straits. Editor Taft, died by his own band was To thc northwest and fast reach j hundred dollars was offered him but' statement of the coroner of proportions of a gale. -this he mused, declaring the attempt ghcny county made public late to-! At every interval that could certain fleath as he well knew J. A. MACDONALD AND PEES. TAF( COWAN'S MAPLE BUDS The most delicious of chocolate confections. They stand alone in their smoothness, richness and unique flavor. Insist on having COWAN'S. Name and design patented and registered. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED.TORONTO. PALS OF LUPO GANG CARUSO'S BLACKMAILERS. New York. March 1 as- signed to investigate the black nand letters recently sent to Caruso, the ten or, say tney have discovered a clue which idicates that the blackmailers :re pals of Ignazio Lupo and his band of counterfeiters recently sent-1 enced to prison, and that the money if j given was to have been used in an ef-! fort to free the men. t The provision exchange at Liver- pool will observe the Easter, holidays b- closing March 25, 2G and 28. m WATCH FOR THE C. T. EVENT -ftx JJisr Set the furv of these waters storm. day, thirty hours after-the body was snatched from the toil at the oars i U1L' OI inese waiers "i a found in "the Lanolin mansion on the men were compelled to keep however, deprived himself of id United States President Dis- cuss thc Tariff E. Patteson, The Lethbridge-Weyburn i -n thc Laughlin Realty Co. Ltd., W. H. Johnston. easfc end yesterday. ing the boat, With the heavy sea to share with the men up E. Ives, Frank Waddington, the Ed- son Development Co. Ltd., and Web- er Bros, were up before Magistrate Macdougall on the. charge of carrying on the business- of real estate agents without flrst having obtained a li- cense. The cases were adjourned till March 17 at 10 a.m. morning. Death was first." reported' that was running the little craft was thc timc hc lcft tllera' the party of Washington, March A. MacDonald, editor of the Toronto as cerebral hemorrhage, according to fast becoming a mass of ice and v i Globe, called upon President Taft to- day to talk over the tariff situation between Canada and the United States. The president informed Mr. MacDonald. that the tariff experts jwho had been sent to Ottawa were preparing a report which would be the statement, of two attending phy- i ing under thc weight. sicians who said they "arrived too All six men were drenched with the late, as death had evidently been in- spray, which in turn froze until they stantanoous." For months Mr. resembled iceburgs. At sundown the Latiglilin had been a sufferer from boat reached a little shelter of Cape complicated nervous troubles. Douglas, but at the same time ran bound until February 7th, when they started out once more. Bailey led the way to Kaguak along the beach with Swanson, Peterson, Bourne and Wedd i ing who were unable to walk follow- ing in a native Bidarka. Reaching Reckless Offering Every Purchaser a Boomer Kaguak- the party found an, old skiff j which they dug out of the snow and in this way they made their way to Kafliar Bay, living the entire time j since leaving the trapper's camp on I whale oil and dried fish flour. At i Kafliar Bay they killed a seal and submitted to him by Monday and he would t-hen be in a position to dis- cuss with him the relations between the two 'countries which appear at this moment to be.somewhat strained because of the inabilitv of the experts I to reach a satisfactory agreement this furnished the first semblance of, 41 with the Canadian government lor the iresh meat they'had had since ieav- J _ .f inb the Farallon. Here they decided the to make an attempt to reach straits and on Feb. 22nd in a 16-foot boat they started. Bourne, however. I refused to take the risk and was left with the natives. The party just managed to make j land at Capo Ugat, their boat being wrecked in a fierce gala that sprang by thc United States of thc same preferential terms accorded by the Dominion to France in the spc cial tariff arrangement between Can- ada and that countrv. REQUEST FOR MEDIATION HAS BEEN GRANTED March under thc Erdman act has been reques- Of the entire stock. Just a few more days to parti- cipate in these startling bargains The Chance Of A Lifetime All newly arrived stock at cost. We can't enum- erate all our bargains but the following will give an iHpa of fhp n-nnArtnrntipQ tn Vip cr V-r lJ A. .1. JL. W J_- Boys' Boots, all j Gent's Patent Colt, for Near where they made camp, an of the controversy- that has arisen between ihe railway lines operating Westward oiit of Chicago, and their enginemen. The appli- up. old native bidarka was found and they made their way in this to Uganek village. There they ed storm hound until March 5 when remain- firemen and In a dory with made Afognak, found them. two natives they where the Tacoma An adopted girl, aged seven, of Daniel Fraser, of the lighthouse at Cape St. Lawrence, N. S., strayed away last Thursday and is believed to have fallen over a cliff or become the prey of wild animals. cation for mediation was made by the railways. The request, will be granted WATCH FOR THE C. T. EVENT Nearly All The Great Artists Use THE Heinztman Co. Piano Ladies' Glace Kid turn Shoes for Lad- solid leather, from ies' Oxfords from j C1 nn