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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, March 1010. THIS THEN PHONE 371 Acre Lot 13 in Block W, on Westminster Road, Terms: cash, balance six and twelve months Lots 1 to 11 on Agnew Street, Block V. Two Fine Corners each Terms: per lot, cash balance six and twelve months THIS OFFER IS OPEN FOR 5 DMYS ONLY E. IVES Phone 371 Room 8, Stafford Block ENTERS SUIT FOR PLATTS ESTATE New York, N. Y., March ed with banks ot flowers, the coffin containing the Body oi iornier. Sena- tor Thomas C. Platt, at one time leader of the Republican party in New York'" State, was taken today to Oswego, where interment will take place tomorrow. Members of the FOUND DEAD IN A SLEIGH Aberdeen, S. D., March down in their abandoned sleigh, two women and a little child were found yesterday by the husband oi one oi the women, frozen to death in the blizzard which swept the Standing Rock Reservation three weeks ago. Mrs. Gilbert Mazhor, her mother-in- family accompanied the body of the late Senator to his old home. t The body was taken on a special car at- tached to the regular train. Brief prayers were said over the body today at the home of the ex- Senator's son, Frank C. Platt, and during the morning many friends call- ed to pay their respects. Friends of Senator Pla'tt will leave on special cars from Albany, Washington and New York to attend, the funeral to- morrow in the Presbyterian Church at Oswego, where the Platt family has attended for three generations. Word came from the west today that Mae C. Wood, indicted for forg- ery in Connection with her suits ag- ainst the former senator, to whom she declared she was wedded, pur- posed laying claim lo the estate as Senator Plati's widow. REMARKABLE LIGHTNING PRANK Hamilton, March was a remarkable prank of lightning at the house oi Wm. Smith, mountain top, last night. During the thunder storm electric fluid struck.the top the windmill, ran down the framework, and entering the barn, knocked sever- al horses and cows oft their lees. law and her year old son, in trying Fluid then entered Smith's house and. to drive from Mahtos, their home, to j knocked Smith and wife sideways ac- a neighbor's were overtaken by the 1 ross the room. They were scared but blizzard, eight miles from home. They turned the team loose and huddled down in the sleigh to wait for the storm to pass. They slept and never awoke. The return of the team occa- sionen no uneasiness because it was supposed the animals had escaped from the corral where the visit was made. escaped practically unhurt. ROSS RIFLES HAVE APPARENTLY BEEN LOST London, March a meeting yes- terday of the council of X. R. A., a letter from secretary of the D. R. A. was read stating that three Ross rifles WIRELESS RECORD FOR THE MAKURA Vancouver, Mar. .T. C. Irons, manager of the Canadian-Australian oteamship Line is in rereipt oi a wire- loss message from the Madura, which left this port bound for the Antipodes on Saturday morning last, stating that the vessel was at S p.m. yesterday 342 miles off Cape Flattery in 3 2de grees 16 minutes north latitude and H6 degrees 16 minutes west longitude The Makura was also-in communica tion with the wireless station at Hono lulu, a distance of miles. Constipation is the root of many forms of fjckness and of an endless amount of human misery. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, thoroughly tested by over fifty years of use, have been proved a safe and certain cure for constipation and all kindred troubles. Try them. 4 25c, a box. DOG BY-LAW IS DROPPED A petition was read at the council meeting Monday signed by over a hundred prominent ratepayers that the proposed bylaw relating to dogs bo -not proceeded with any 'further. It was stated that the bylaw was un- necessarily severe and that the pres- ent bylaw if enforced would deal with the dog nuisance adequately. On motion of Aid. King the bylaw was dropped and it was determined to put into force the present bylaw covering the question. PERFECTION is the most you can buy.' I will make a cup of cocoa rich, fragrant, the delicious flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. 132. Gait street at a cost of ?2SOO estimat- take consideration of water and sewer anywhere when asked for as 'he con- VISIT OF REGIMENTS GE.RMAN MERCHANT ON TARIFF RELATIONS Toronto, March Straus, ol Cannstat, Germany, arrived here yesterday and is registered at the King 'Edward hotel. Mr. Straus when j questioned on immigration of Gorman j commercial men, stated that he left PLEASES BRITISH I his home country shortly after the The grading of Ford street >was nec- been despatched for submission T5lis something in the nature of WINNIPEG LAWYER to the council. On receipt of the let- ter on Saturday the secretary wired merabor of the council at Liverpool a record on the Pacific, as it is the tirat time that any ship has been in communication with both places at VERY ILL AT FIELD 1 asking him to inquire at every Tht; wireless operator at Cape ship office. As he failed to find them Fialtcr-v stales that the messages were Field, B. C., March A. Spotts.jand the investigation aiso resulted in a well known lawyer of Winnipeg, is i the announcement that they had not lying dangerously ill here and his re- arrived. covery is doubtful. He with his wife j ____________'' and mother were passengers on the j SEELEY ELECTED west bound express held up by the j London, March S.-In the bye-otec- snow slides on Saturday. He .was tion in Ilkeston yesterday Col. J. E. very sick when be left the train and j B. Seeley, former under secretary of coming in so a further com- munication may be looked for some :time this evening. SETTLERS RECORD London, March the House of Commons secretary of war Haldane, dealing -with this year's manoeuvres, referred to the visit of the Queens Own, Canadian Regiment, who will join the Aldershot command in Aug- ust. Cheers greeted the announce- ment. Sir I. C. Herbert, member for Mon- mouthshire, expressed his delight at the visit of the Canadian regiments, and hoped it was only the beginning or a movement. He remembered the time when such a tiling would be Created as an idea of a harmless ideal- ist. "Mr. Herbert also referred to the with the following: removal of the surtax on board the "Ujjorge and on that vessel there -were nearly 100 travel- lers of prominent firms who were go- ing to work through Canada. "Exclu- sion of trade from other countries make the home manufacturer lazy, and competition Is the best thing for any he remarked. With re- gard to -the possibility of an armed conflict between Germany and Great Britain, Mr. Straus did not think such an event possible. Llie walk. He advised the laying of sidered these absolutely necessary. essitated on account of the laying of They were more necessary than side- walks and boulevards. a plank walk on the east side of. Aid. Sage asked how long it would Smith between Baroness Road and take to get the men working on the has been confined to bed ever since j state for the colonies, was elected C" R his arrival. Wright, Unionist Among the new settlers arriving Ugliness of the number of colonial ith carloads of settler.s effects are j officers serving in the Imperial serv- j ice and expressed a wish to see it from Taber to Spring Hrgely increased as there s no lack of desire on the part of colonial officers Loose Tea Loses Flavour deteriorates In quality and flavour before half Inon s D-to Warnor- your last purchase is used up, but Coulee. Wm. Crombie from Minneapolis tojto associate "the" regulars "for Siding. perience. H. Johnson with two cars from Stir- ling, III., to Spring Coulee. ex- O. M. Butterfield from Mount Ver- HON. L. P. BRODEUR IS IMPROVING i BADDECK NO. 2 Ottawa. March news as to the condition of Hon. L. CARRIED THREE MEN! P. Brodeur has been received from Tea, in its sealed lead packages, always has a delight- ful freshness. You buy it in pound or half-pound packets from your grocer just as you require it. Besides, you know, "SALADA" was picked just fifteen weeks ago in Ceylon. Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, oOc, 60c and 70c per Ib. Halifax, X. S., March j Baddeck Xo. 2, made several flights from Alexander Graham Bell's labora- tory at Baddeck this morning. In the 14 A tirst three 3t carried three men a dis- j tance of a mile. These tests were to ascertain the behavior pf the machine when carrying weight. Pinehurst S. C. The minister of ma- rine is enjoying an absolute rest and is said to be rapidly regaining his strength. It will probably be a matter or several weeks before he returns to tne capital. IMPROVEMENTS RECOMMENDED Sidewalks and Water Mains in Engineer's Report Ford street. The laying of a sewer on London Road and 'Burdett street was covered in Ins previous report. The laying of a cement -walk on Ford street between Westminster Road and Ashmead street and on West minster Road between Ford and Red- path streets was also covered in his December report. He did not recommend the putting in of water extensions on Cross St. .yet. He advised the putting in of water mains on McBeth, Bailey, Luckhurst, Mc-Nab and Norman streets as asked for. The estimated cost of this would be 53300. The water main asked for on Rail- road street, Torrance avenue and Id- ington avenue was not recommended nor the main on Rachel and MeBeth streets. Aid. King stated that he did not see why the water main on Idington avenue and other streets were not recommended. -The council should streets for the -work that they .were considering now. There was such a complicated process that had to be gone through that he did not see how it could ever be got at at all. The mayor answered that they couW get the -men at work Just as soon as the ground was ready for them. There was plenty of work left from last year to keep them busy. Aid. Frayne moved that the city engineer reconsider his report in re- gard to 'Water on Iddington avenue, and that the council hold a special meeting to consider all applications foi local improvements some time alter April first and that the city en- gineer hold all petitions till that time. The motion was carried The report of the works and pro- perty committee awarding the con- tract for the additions to the Isolation hospital for and to W. Watt for tbe police station for WM adopt- ed by the council. i Major A. G. Broderick, expects to I take his party of emigrating territor- ials to Canada under arms, which, j when he secures them positions, will i be handed over to Canadian militia. THE C. T. ARE UP TO THE MINUTE A report from City Engineer Arnold was read at the council meeting last} night regarding the petitions received! for water, sewer, etc.. making the fol- lowing recommendatons: That the extension of the Cross St. for be granted and that the of way needed for that purpose purchased and charged as front- to the property affected. He ad- vjsed the amending of the bylaw so that seven ty-ftve per cent of this j amount should be charged to the pro- perty holders and twenty-five per cent or the cost borne by the city. A. sidewalk was recommended on i both sides of Ford street as far as ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Ligat of Canada. Progressive activity and the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hail, Canada ;