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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Arthur Best's Arrest Will dear JHystery Of Woman Who Was Adrift on Cake of Ice at Windsor. Windsor, Out, March ar- rest to-day at Comber of Arthur J. Best, Is expected by the police to clear yn tlie mystery of the woman whose i identity has been the cause of mud j conjecture, who was seen floating i down the river after midnight on Sat urday, on a cake of ice, wildly shriek- j ing for aid. i She disappeared und was ur.doubt edly drowned. j The unfortunate woman is though: j to have been Best's bride of a month formerly Miss Alice Frankl'uvtb, of Do troit. On Saturday she came to the city crossed over to Detroit, and was to have spent Sunday at her brother'? home with his bride in that city. f When Mrs. Best did not come, c-n- j quiries were made and he claimed IK had put her on a street for homo All trace of ilrs. Best is still missing j 'ANOTHER MIRACLE N NQVAJCOTIA Thought the Disease was Cancer of the Stomach "FBOIT-AlifESirCureil Him I Won Concession from New York Central Re- F. B. JOHNSON ON WATERWAYS DEAL. Edmonton, March st> i cured the right to apply for counsel at the royal enquiry Into the Grea1 Waterways deal the insurgents in thej Legislature are sparing no expense to j obtain the most expert counsel in Can ada to represent them. Several pro- minent counsel in ihe east are spoken of, including F. B. Johnson, of Tor- onto. Bettor Working Conditions and cognition of Officers New York, Mar. employ- ices of the New York Central won a decided concession from the railway at to-day's conference between repre- sentatives of the company and of the j union on the demands of the men increased wages and better [conditions. For the first i these negotiations, which time in have been Broke Gin Record In Local Hotel Bar Stood for 16 Glass- es of Square Gin and Shortly Faded Away Edmonton, Mar. 16.-Edward Jones a negro, in a mighty attempt to the square record for Al- to-day lies in the Misericor- THE ilou and Albany. The negotiations up to this time have been conducted di- matle Ilis waV towards he had finished altogether a bottle Collecting the money ana carefully counting tiic joncs (rectly by representatives from [New York Central but with the SERIOUS RIOTS IN BOGOTA, 6OLOMBSA. Bogota, Colombia, March tempts to renew the street railway service caused serious rioting which continues as tMs dispatch is fried in the early evening- The American Le- gation, which is under police guard and all Colombians employed by ihe American company owning the rail- way system, are in serrous danger. SV-DXEV MIXES, N. S., JANUARY 25TH1910 A Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Two fears ago, I was so bad that I vomited my food constantly. The endured SF T acd 1 lost over-5 in l suffered with. Constipation which made the stomach trouble worse. I consulted as I afraid the disease was cancer but medicine gave only temporary relief and then the disease was as bad as ever. I read in the "Maritime Baptist" about "Fnxit-a-tives" and the cures this to tr? ie" After takinS tllree boxes, I found a great change for the better andnow I can say "Frmt-a-tives" has entire-cured me M hen every other treatment failed, and I reverently say 'Thank God for I I EDWIN ORAM, SR. .__' the stommch, increases the flow of gastric iuice strengthens the stooach muscles, and insures sound digestion. The wonderful .owers or this fao the C.N.R the {Station. Hardly had he gone two _______ arjblocks lie keeled over in the rival of (hose desegares all tin; lines j stl.0w alul lay unconscious. Dr. J. p. ;uf the system will be represented and ;Clllisltan attending him. the agreement reached will the' entire New York Central system. The NOTED DANISH RIVERS IN NORTH ARE BREAKING NO INTERRUPTION OF j uui uie ioau is siai m ine river. anu win support th RAILWAY TRAFFIC (One of Allie Brick's, ex-M. P. P. for jcomalas wheels and heavy castings, (the demands asked for Chicago, March Mariin A. Knapp, chairman of-the Interstate Commerce Commission, and Dr. Char- les P. NreiU, commissioner of labor, ar- rived in the city from Washington to day, they were prepared to take up the matter of settling the controversy between the locomotive firemen and the western railroads. -Meanttme many telegrams are com- ing to 0. L. Dickson, the general man agers' representative, urging that the railways do everything "in their power to avert a strike. To'eacu telegram 3Ir. Dickson replied that the railroad? felt confident a' settlement would be reached and that there would be nc interruption of tragic. Peace River, Teams Broke Through- Ice on Rescued i Rh'er> ''Vi'ere hUS ''arge farm> 3 considerable quantity of farm machin- But Load Still in j ery, together with a year's supplies. Athabasca River, one of Allie Brick's (American Federation oi Labor has teams broke the Ue near Moose. Port-J sectioned the present strike of the age. The team was taken out safely j International Paper, company employ- but ihe load is still in the river, it KCS and wilt support them in securing the elimina- confeicnce to-day continued its work EXPLORER is DEAD alone the lines of the tacit agreement! March )C.-Commodorc reached calling for conces-JHovgaard, the Danish Artie explorer sions- on both sides with an increase died to-day. Commodore Hov-aard in waxes and trlianKc in sche- iigiired prominently in the functions ar dules for the men. ranged in honor of Dr. Frederick A JCooke upon his visit to Copenhagen and he was one of the firs; to credit the churns of the American explorer. He was one of the speakers at a ban- Quet given on September 4, following the rejection of Cook's claims by the University of Copenhagen. ish explorer declared himself that though it had not been proven chat an American Federation Recognizes Strike Gleus Falls, X. Y., Mar. was received here to-day that the aily Early Break Up. YOUNG ROCKEFELLER WON'f FOLLOW HIS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS .Mr. Brick is taking in to .the Peace Itifm o? work and a ten per increase in wages. Representa- tives of the American Federation of Labor are expected here this week, among whom will be Stewart Reed. Curzon Speaks on Reform of Lords j The Present weather conditions will in a lew days reniler the unsafe BANK OF ENGLAND RAISES DISCOUNT RATE From Three to Four Per Cent, serves are Lower. Re- ed to move tlie largo crops. In ad- cihion to this demand there is a largo uumber of foreign issues, a big delivery of American bonds ii> exchange for British gold ,LO he jiro- -London, Mar-h The rate of dis. I I rided for. international monetary count of the Bank of England was also demand the build- raised from 3 to 4 per cent, to-day. This was done at a meeting of dir ectors of the Bank. The action was caused by continued foreign de- mand for gold, which seriously deplet- ed the bank's reserves. These are now nearly lower than at the same time last year, and prospective further withdrawals of the mg up of tiie reserve. It is quite un- usual for the bank rate to be a'dvauc- ed at this time of ihe year. No doubt one of the chief causes thereof is the government failure to metal necessitated measures to in- crease the bank's holdings. .For some time :it has been and considerable sums are still want- collect, taxes. This made, money'so plentiful tkai it weakened continental exchanges in London, and made it easier for foreign markets to take gold from thus centre. The Y. M. C. A. campaign closes to- night. Get in your subscription way or other. HON. G E. FOSTER NOT j ABL TO TAKE SEAT! Ottawa, March G. E. Fos- j ter will not be able to take his place j in the House again this session. He I has been Jn ill health sinoe the Mac-! Donald-Foster trial at Toronto :-ud his phy-siclan has ordered hint to %o j as soon as he is able to ADVANCEMENT. Several Dray Loads of Pianos in One: Shipment. An epoch making and significan- sigh: was seen on the main streets of I Lethbridge last Tuesday, in the way of: drays loaded with Mason and Riscli pi. i anos. A few days there apjieared ir i The Herald an account of the visit of! the western superintendent of the Mas i on and Risen Piano Co., Mr. Whitacre and the arrival of TMs large shipmen; of pianos and the opening of this com par.j-s branch in the building near the Police Barracks the result. They have decided to inr.ugunuo the occasion of thn piano hoiis? to open a ware room he-re and shipninj Uie first car load of pianos by ir.stitm a hie ('.isroun: They are wiP tag 10 give the public the benefit of these (iscounts as an and we. knowirs priros Vnat. piaos rcgnlarly stll al and :no prices that prevail anyone'tc take advantaso of this; opponmmv tc provuio tlu-msolvos with a piano. i It will !JO noti'd by to-day's ment wonderful (-rnwnVr their effort, and ;ir, 'ho ti-no of -oil- ;0 press only six pi- anos left on: o: tli flu's is advertising in tioii. To solves rhc of famous London, March in the upper house yesterday, ronducted the reform debate. He said the housc- consult itself to a serious scheme of reform, but the house had justified hereditary principle and here- ditary peers were entitled to share in the future composition of the upper house. He said Colonies have always looked upon 'this house as containing truer per-! jception of imperial and colonial j ing than the commons'as a house where their case is stated with ex-' perience regarded with sympathy and judged u-ith authority. As one who has served the empire'in foreign parts I cannot exaggerate the importance this consideration. This is quite 'a mistake to suppose that because i colonies are'liberal or democratic in j sentiment, therefore they have an in- herent dislike to' an aristocratic sec-- ond chanber. Lord Salisbury boldly described all plans for reform as mischievious. Redmond speaking last night at Xfu-castle, said he was perfectly sure a general election would be held in a few weeks. Counterfeiter Arrested j Now York, Mar. Salvator Ma- charged with having controlled jthc circulation throughout Canada of jihr- counterfeit money made by the .convicted Lup.Merello gang at their piani rn-.ii Highland, u-as rested hero and arraigned 'to-day "in the United Stairs court where Judge Holt committed him to the tombs prison in default of SI hail. 30HN D lSQCKtTE.UJSSl.OK John D. Rockf-M] sworn any ,-imliitinn hi- :o surci-oi! friili captains fore lowed by the th-t he had had retired ns director of th? S.amlrrc! on-mi of Bl3 rompany lhn, aua ret.rinp all business connect.tons. R a' ami (m-1 that he would -rf.0 ;o his f .10 ;to the aoministrarive clTio'; of Private Bills Reported Rockefeller Foundation, the bill for genius nfjincorpM-Jvion of which has been intro-' retire- jdnccd in Congress and whidi. it Ur.' rlarcd. will mark was fol- iforv of philanthropy. "ill I! RANGES commons commerce committee this hills to incorporate is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE Range are patented feature ,nf Happy in our interesting for it. u'cybiirn Securities bank. Tonks bill inrorporat- Z co-opc-ration crriW societies by thf state rtcnartmrnt which that ev- ery society organized shall establish and mainuin A eiiarnnler fund se- deposits made and al- providing that every society shall Pav inio at ,oast tc.n cent, of profits. Fi.nrts shall equal in deposit. H AYR BROS, Local Agents WILLIAM BUCK STOVE CO.UM.TC3 i Where is John Sharpe? A lei ter has been received from Sharpc. of 2S Gardens, (riascmv. for ihe where- abouts of son. John M. who is supposed to hav0 been Tnl'cth last October. IIC twenty- tour years of afic. about 5 feet, 10 in in hoiRht, dark and well 'hwilt. Anv informationas to his whereahoufs will he gratefully received bv his par- rnfs. The Firm Behind Medicinal and Toilet Preparations cirZC TOT" AT the asking. _Can you think of any article you buy with which it is more important that you should have a definite guarantee, made by responsible men, than medicinal and toilet preparations? ONLY OUH PRODUCTS BEAH THIS TRADE (KAHK NA-DRU-CO Trade L Chemical Company. AUVfeVS LOOK FOR THIS T3ADE MARK preparations bearing the have this guarantee, made by the National Drug A Guarantee that Carries Weight A Comprehensive Guarantee The National Drug and Chemical Compan of Canada, Limited, is one of the largest wholesale drag firms in the world, having a Every formula used in compounding Is A- DRU-CO articles lias been given of careful study aud practical tests, uroviiig _ Ottawa, Kingston, loronto, Hamilton, London, Winnipeg, Kegina, Calgary, Nelson, Vancouver and Victoria, and chemical works and laboratories in Montreal and Toronto. We are the largest buyers of drugs and do -----DRU-CO preparations are the best 'and purest that money can buy. NA-DRU-CO preparation is compounded by expert chemists in our are thoroughly qualified both by training and experience. Our confidence in NA-DRU-CO prepara- the greater part of the wholesale ch" g e7s NA-DRU-CO prepara- dividends and other expenses over One Million Dollars annually. We carry a stock distri- buted amongourbranchesof about Two Million Dollars, and in addition to these and other assets our real estate and buildings are today worth about Five Hundred Thousand Dollars All this backs up our positive guarantee We are prepared to furnish, on request, to your phyM'cinn or druggist or lo any other phy- sici.in or druggist in Canada, a full list of the ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO preparation. If you are not entirely satisfied with any NA-DRU-CO Preparation you buy, return the unused portion to the druggist from whom you bought it and he has our authorization to that iviHi "oujjiu K ana ne has our authorization to bcanns tbe n, te ful1 purchase pricc aQd If your druggist hasn't the particular NA-DRU-CO Preparation you want m s.ock he can get it for you within two days from our nearest wholesale branch. The following is a partial list of the NA-DRU-CO preparations: Aperient ant? Laxative: Kidney nml I.iver Hills I.JUle J.hrr Carcara I.axalivcs (T.-Wrtsl Arooalic Tasteless Fijj Pniii'Saline Blood Purifiers, Stomach Liver: irerbTnt.Jc is Ucrh Tea Purifier Bowel Complaints: Cordial Wild Strawberry Rxtract Knstncsof GinRtr For Children: Syrup Habv's Soothing Tovrdcrs Baby's Tablets Soothinu Syrup Worm Syrxip Poveders Chocolate Sticks Sugar of Milt Coughs and Colds Rahy's Cotijjli Syrup Hive Synip Linseed. I.icorirc and Chinrcxtvne 1 2 Throat Circle P.-isliilri DyspepsJa Indigestion Eye Troubles: Xvc Salve Foot Remedies Coin Cure I.tquiit Foot Powder Wafers. Kidneys Biiclni jf.niptr Kidney Pills Kidney Cure Liquid Liniments and Plasters Tlealing Oil Liniment, White Linimcnls and Plasters: Oil (Continued) Ointments and Salves: Carbolic.S.iH-c Kc7cir.a Ointment HeMinK Salve Menthol PMvc Rcsorcino! Ointment Stainless Iodine Ointment Pile Ointment Rheumatism Cure Toilet: Camphor Ice Cold sizes) Complexion Cream Ciicnmber Witch Hazel Cream n itch irarel Cream Taicum Powfler, Violet Rose Flesh Tooth Po wile r Ifnir Restorer Tonics Reef Iron and Wine, (a Cod Liver Oii sizes) Cod I.ivcr Oil Kmulsion, Cod I.ivcr Oil in Haslcs? Quinine Iron and Wins Syrup Hypopiios, (3 sixes) Celery Nerve Tonic Iron T'iMs Wand's Tills Toothache: Toothache Props Gum Miscellaneouc: Antiseptic Flnid Markiaj; laic Extract of Beef, Rennet Tablets (Dredge National Chemical Company of Canada, United i i B v St. John, 111- I Winnipeg, Montreal, Regirsa Ottawa, Calgary, "SES" ;