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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIOOE, ALtCftTA, WEDNESDAY, DCCEM1ER 21, PAQI rivt wifli fase aid Accuracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Reform the fad that every Suit and Overcoat is ready to try on. Fit-Reform garments are so conftraded that if alter- ations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. Thus Fit-Reform an absolutely f. 9 ect fit to every man, And you have WORIIEN-S DEPEN- DANTS Flavor, Fragrance are aircag poiuU of perf ineru ivttonii _f I Ui if satisfaction be not given1. I McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents foe UPPER BERTHS BAP FOR LADIES r v Interstate Takes Evidence of Constant Tra- f Chicago, DecT upper, berth of a Pullman was fuither disparaged yesterday when took the, witness stand before Interstate Com- merce Commissioner Lane, who is considering a plea -that-''an upper, berth should of price "charged for a lowers -The 'witnesses also affirmed that to "tip the porter, said tipping, being ne- cessary "to Ret of service." Mrs. Anna McNulty and" Mrs. A. E. Voraewek, whose business calls constant travelling, were the witness- PS. They would never take an upper berth unless compelled to do so by force of circumstances, both agreeing that there is a-great deal 6t trouble in getting in and out of one, and that the ventilation is bad. "In travelling in a Pullman car do you find it necessary'to tip the por- asked Attorney HannaMn.- is, if one expects "to get' He stalled, and said there was no, money in and. he paid no attention to her. I suppose she was unaccustomed-to travelling, did not know .iiow eswntial it is to tip the porter." G.T.P. OFFICIALS GLAD. Weather- Permitting Will Completed to, Edmonton Next Month. "_ Mou) real, Dec. completion of over the River', at Wainwright, and over the Saskatchewan River, at Edmonton, on the Grand Trunk Pacific, as" an- nounced iu the Witness yesterday, was followed up the "re- ceipt of a telegram at the G.T.R. of- ficer stating that tire Grand Trunk Pacific track-laying machine had crobsed the Battle River. This news has caused faction, to G.T.T. forf the laying of the, tracks "on to Edmonton caa now priced without interrup- tion, rate of about four" miles a day. The whole of Computation Act, Which January 1st, I Ml, Net Onry Provide for Com- Workmen far Injuries .Sustained at Work, but Con- lidoration of Dependants in Case Accident it Fatal. Edmonton, Dec, Work- mer's Compensatiou Act comes into Iov'cs with the new The Act applies, to men engaged in or about any railway, factory, mine, quarry, Oi- engineering work, or upon any building than, forty feet in height in whose construction scaffold- ing or mechanical power is used. It does not apply to men at other than manual labor whose salaries exceed I per year, nor to casual em- ployees, nor to those dojjig "piece- work" on preTIiises not uider tha con- To every such the Act provides that in the of injury arising in the course of, and out his employment, the employer shall be liable to pay compensation if the timp lost be more than two- weeks. If 'ne 11U miies the line from the Battle River to Ed- monton has- already been graded, and a thousand tons of together ample supplies of iies, are at Wdnwrighi., ?If-the weather eondi- i i- "How do "you "On several occasions I did not have any when I failed to tip carry my "How vice when you do nol tip tbe porter until the end of the "I have learned by experience thai the porter is impertinent, and will not the service you are en- titled to .unless him.-.-'On the line be. completed, by spring. Tt is considered by the G.T.P.- of: ficials that it