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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Friday, June 3, THE VILLAGE DRESSMAKER your here atekine? this is A FMi it jllih pit- Tala't ex- what I'd out my- plum color'd folkm. That wearia' now fetter, in my But 1 guess after it's made trtMmin' will kill Takes lots lelf, but I fo with dark .Alice would've BuitW opinion, tbls'll not M ;up. This ytllow your complexion, o' color to wear yellow. "Remember MU' Richards' Sadie's jv.lov I made up jus' 'fore her pa died? Land it had to be laid away for a whole year! The child v.'us ailin' all winter, and when slie wore it in the.ipriBfBhe looked as if she'd been buried and dug up. Still. mixed in real tasty with some of this whue :ace, it mayn't look so ou you. "Is these the buttoni They're wear- In' bkirts buttoned up on the side, real p'rui 'r.n1 close fittln'. but you'd better have tucks, or a flounce round the bottoru o' yours, 'cause the style don't look good on fat folks. You want to be not have no hips to wczr vi-hat they call a sheaxh skirt. -This is cne I sot on. Mis' Beebc said In rburch las' Sunday she thought it real bscomin' to I wore it on pur- j.uit Qigrnia' so you could see why It v. ruiua't do to cut yours this way. As lor. 3 as a penon. hasn't got a. styl- ish re ift appears like the will o' ProvMoEce, and don't aeem's if there's any in to rig 'em, up to look itiiierent than they're made. "Wei', no, this pattern ain't what- you might caH real new, but it'i the cue I your black alpaca by a year .ai's. sprinSr and you allus said you partial to that diess. -Oh, if tired of it, I suppose I can find else, but I wish you'd told "r so I wouldn't hare to a light o' time buntin" ARE RAILWAYS SLOW IN SETTLING FREIGHT CLAIMS? Board Of Trade Executive Had Spirited Debate-Statements Not Forth- coming-Slow Delivery The executive council of the Board ef Trade had a spirited debate at its weekly luncheon in the Alexandra Cafe yesterday afternoon, in regard to the complaint made three weeks ago by one or two members that great dif- ficulty was experienced by merchants ia getting freight claims against the railroads settled within reasonable time of the filing of claims. The debate arose out of the reading of the minutes of the previous meet- ing, and Secretary McNIcbl read ov- er air the correspondence that had taken place ia the matter between the board and the C. P. R. At the time the complaint was made to the board, a letter was ordered sent to the Claims Agent of the road at Cal gary asking if claims could not be set- tled with.' greater dispatch. He re- plied asking for specific cases of de-L LU1U lay. When his reply was receivedj President, members of the board were asked to file any complaints they might -have with the secretary, but none were fil- ed. Since then, a letter was received from First Vice-President William Whyte, of .the C. P. R., who had come across a news item in a, local paper He over an' look ai.tkta one.' It is -cm. kind o' odd, but it's in this i s naznber, so Ifa sure to be in rle. The picture'! awful pretty, but s's tall an' kind o' thin, to a x unky person wouldn't look like -uch. Here's one now, that's umpire, baags sorfo' looee from the arm- to the ground. I eot that pat- t Tn, too. Oh. yes, you'll Hke it after y-m've wore it some. "I'll cutout on the dlnln' room table, you get It cleared, off. Don't I r. Sirnraons object, harln' hit break- fast so late? GoodBMB me, -when my j-an was livln' ht'd Jui' take OB some- awful if breakfast waa .after Kep' me on my feet mornln', t an' waltln' on "that man. (ill, he's dead an" gone, poor soul, 1 lin't conaplainin' acamst the ways of I i Almighty. do declare, I bellere you're f shirr'n. you was last sunmer, wkea 1 made you that sprigged calico you ore so Ions I Your waist measure Is of two Inches bigger. It de beat all 1 some folks keep puttla' oa weight i-at rthers'd gire their eyeteetk for. 'j cere's Hank Minor's wife. She's toe f.inny for any mortal use. You can't i :H whether she's a-geut' or a-coaiim' till you're close up. I made ker a r erir.o dress last NoreMber, an1 I put biough cotton battia' IB te stuf a sofy, then she done notklB' cemplalm bow hot 'twas, as If ker belm' sucn -A spindlm' critter "was my fault! "Ifa too bad you afford a silk linin'. Mis' Simmons. Tkat reserter who had Warner's cottage last susi- iner had a dress you Bear oemia' a block away. It wasa't for looks, beln' too siaiplt, U awtiea. But city folks has so muck to do, I suppose, tity'Ts no time to spend lookin' at the fashion books, so they don't allus get the newest .idees, IB spite o' the alrg some of 'em put oa. Mis' Warner said they was rich as an' wore their best clothes just's if 'twas Sunday all week! "This is awful hard goods to sew, it's so pully. It'll be to sag, too' an' there ain't nothla' you cam. do to stop It No, you can't chaage it It's most cut I'd loac a "I'm to make Bis Crawford's a princess costmme this week. ain't 'got a mite of matural style. Her figur's Bomethlm' like yours, though the poor chili's ooly goln' oa 1 6. They do say her pa has the awful- ost Umper! An' you know what Sis Crav.ord is when her tongue gets to roin'. I expect I'll hare a right smart Ume there, be a btessin' after some o' these dull Louses, where nothin' ever goes OB." in connection with the matter, regretted that there should be' any complaint, as the Claims Department was one to which he had, given., much personal attention. s Secretary McNicol stated that on receiving that letter lie had canvass- j ed a number of merchants and whole-; sale firms for specific Instances o? de-: ay In settlement of claims, and al- though-he had found two or three men.' who had kicks, in every case when their cases-were boiled down it turn- ed out that the man complaining-was entirely to blame. The only instance where there might be some cause to complain was in the case of the Mc- Keown Hardware Co., which was the case complained of in the first in- stance, but it was for so small an. am- ount that he hardly thought it worth bothering about. President Nourse expressed the op- inion that the board had entirely fall- en down in the claim it had made to the .company. Mr. McKeown argued that they had not, and said that sines he had first made.'his kick to the board, C..P. R. officials by the score had been into his office all anxious to get his com- plaints remedied. He argued that he had given names of people who had bigger kicks -coming than he had, to Secretary McNicol, but the latter gen- tleman had not looked them up. Sec- retary McNicol replied" that he had called on the two people mentioned, but had not been able to find them In. President Nourse declared he held no brie! for the C. P. R., but he be- lieved they would have'to crawfish and take back the complaint they had made to the railroad. Mr. McKeown replied hotly the matter, oiid Mr." McKeown asked the meeting not" to understand that he was not asking the board to collect a debt. He was quite capable of collecting his own debts. He had merely brought the matter up in the Interests of :he public that they might know the right way of going about getting tneir claims acted upon more President Nourse still maintained that unless they could bring specific cases they must fall down. U. Rylands moved a motion that Mr. Mc- Keown be appointed a committee of one to look into the matter and re- port. "I am not a detective. Let the sec- retary attend to It. Let him see some of the men I told him replied Mr. McKeown, and he continued: "i don't, think you understand me, Mr. Now I've had all this cor- respondence {producing a. large bun- dle of letters and papers) all over one little item of ?2.50. I had a ship- ment of pumps the, other day, some of wnich were broken. I had to pay Capping the Climax, did Mrs. Jagsby come lc her "She foil .out of the window about noon yesterday." "I'm not surprised. That woman is r.lv.-ays falling out about something." The worst ihing aho.it doing some rien a good turn is thai they seem to tne board did not have to crawfish, for.every complaint that had been made could.be substantiated.' It was not the amount of the claims he .that he fighting for, but the prin- ciple. He was fighting for the ben- efit of all the merchants In the city. C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C., remarked that the railroads always when part of a shipment was damaged or lost in transit, demanded payment in cash for the freight of the whole shipment and it had to be paid for before the undamaged parts were removed. You could put in your claim afterwards, and if you were lucky received your money six or seven months after- wards. His office had previously had considerable difficulty in getting claims settled until they had notified the C. P. R. that unless.claims were settled within 30 days of being filed writs would be issued, since when they had not had to issue a writ once.] The point he emphasised was that the' ordinary man has just as much rightj to demand spot cash from the C. P. R.' as the C. P. R. has from the ordinary man. President Nourse argued that that was not the point J specific freight on the bunch and they tell you to send in yo'ur claim, ajad you can't live long enough to get paid. I claim it is the duty of this board to see if it cannot get claims settled more ex- peditiously thanAat present." After considerable further discus- sion, the matter was laid upon the table for a week, arid parties having claims were asked to file them with the secretary in the mean time. Delay at Freight Sheds. F. Sick, of the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., presented a petition which he had addressed to the board of railroad commissioners complain- ing about the delay caused shippers and receivers in. getting goods from the freight sheds. Teams and toim- sters are often kept waiting for -hours at a time. The petition was signed by a number, of firms, but Mr. Sick said that he would just as soon it was sent to some .officials of the road who would see that matters were remedied as to the commission. With his con- sent, the petition was filed and the secretary instructed to take the -mat- er up with the general superintendent. The secretary was also Instructed to take up with the customs'department the matter of having the bonded room at the freight sheds open'more hours a day than at present? During the discussion in connection with the it was pointed out that the .business of the R. had almost ''doubled within the past year, and where a year ago ttey were handling cars a they were'now handling The following letter from W. B. Lanigan, assistant freight manager of the C. P. received by the president, read, and "ordered filed: "I have had pleasure in reading cv- that er the'twentieth annual report of "Good Morning I Where did you that "Put U, on myself." "Sure I. did I'.' "What polish? PACKARD'S Dressiif of course. It's ths that will put on a shins liks that. Sttyt on, too. A shine or two 2 week, with a rub othar mornlrfs. keeps my ihoei Makes them weir betttr. too." A ccmblruilon of a of claraing liquid and a tin of polishing Box Calf for all blade Riawi for bcownj or tins. At all 1 5c tnd 25c. tttre's a Packard Drtssixg tvtry Itatfxr. L. M. FAOUOD HalUd. 1 UONTBE4I. INCIDENTS OF I KING'S FUNERAL i London Daily Chronicle. s one could faif'to be stfuciTby th'e manoeuvres of parents; to provide their children with the opportunity of, see- ing the pageant.. In Hyde Park child camp 'stool, and then, grasping the feet of the stool raised it and the child- above his head holding It there 'during the passing of the major portion of 1 the procession. It was indeed aHercutean. feat. man himself but The ttie On the- slope'beneatir1 the Achilles statue stood a mother with her little daughter, and 'the coming of the procession, the woman, oblivious to the crowd, was the child a lesson in patriotism. kr The-little girl was anxious .to seV the. coffin 'of the dead King, but the mother Impressed on her, "I want you ,to take a good look at the nejjc' King, and" when he comes I to bless him.'" And when the King passed the child lisped "God bless him." The people. near -.were; obviously by the FIRST DRAFT OF STATIONS i i Methodist Conference Make Few Changes Of Ministers Red Deer, June Alberta conference 0C the Methodist Church assembled in the Leonard Gaetz Me- morial Methodist church this morn- ing. Rev. C. H. Heustis, president, in the chair, Rev. A. R. Aldridgo, of Wetaskiwin, was elected president on the first.ballot by 44 votes out of SO, Mr. Huestis came second. Rev. W. K. Allen, Springvale, Deer was chosen secretary on the first ballot, receiving 42 votes out of 79. Rev. E. If. HodgSns, Vermilion, stood second. The stationing committee brought down their first draft at noon, ac- cording to law, but owing to their having to organize new districts at Maple Creekr01ds and Macleod1 and outline over forty new missions' not much real work at 'restatibning was attempted. There'are very few im- portant changes, Rev. J.- E. Hivgh- son comes to McDougall Church, Ed- monton, from Ont: He was formerly at Lethhridge. Rev. T. Phillip is transferred from Innisfail to WainwTight, and Rev'. S. P'. Nich- olson, goes to Innisfail from L'educ Rev. C. president Some People Want Quality, Others Price rt Sensible people get both when they buy S88S KlD UBIL TEA H. Huestis, of the 1908-1910 conference, If you don't find thit tea superior to what you have been uiing, please return it and get your money refunded remains at Red Deer for the fourth year. the Calgary district J. W. Wil- kin, 'assistant at' Central church, will go to Victoria church, ,'and' W. G.: Martin >to Central J. E. Miller goes to Banff W. Haggith from Banff to Trinity church Calgary. There'are HO "changes 'in the towns north and south. No'promise to pay a; "retainer" will be'enforced in law, as a retainer is a gift from client to and m.ust therefore be of Mr.. Justice 1 Middleton at Toronto. The Bank of Montreal has invested in a double corner In C., and will 'erect a building. Realty trans% fers in Merrltt last week amounted to One of the most of the day occurred in sooner was the procession over-than from one of'the "stands If ash Ion ab'ly- dressed ladles hand of cold water to the ttiirsty' and in many cases almost fainting pedestrians. For over an hour they were kept hard at work at task. Ambulance men performed a similar- mission at'Hyde-'Park corner. They had collected a "number of pails of water, and with'cupYserved the water out to the It was distinctly unusual to see duch esses and distinguished'men and wo- men at 6 sun., hundreds could be counted of st James's and the "Rib Hotels. By 7 a.m., the double stands at Dev- nshire House were filled; the Duch- ss of Devonshire, Lady Blandford, Lansdowrie, Lady Winterton, the Ladies Cavendish, Lord and Lady Wa- erford, and Lord" and Lady Kerry ng among the great crowd who filled the east stand above the "wall of the V 0 A Iverr to. n to a few of report your board, and, noting the great pro- gress made by .your city In the past year. "I must, however, express our ap- preciation of your remarks re rail- ways In your annual address, and our pleasure that the relations between the business men of Lethbridge and the railways serving them- are mut ually satisfactory." BATTERY NOTES: Three more recruits signed on to thp battery Wednesday nlghL Drill practice tonight at 7.30 sharp in the city market building, Wood St. Major Stewart and Drill .Inspector Clifford secured ,a number of teams at Magrath Wednesday to accofmpany tue battery to camp, PURIFIED HIS BLOOD Dr. Mora's Indian Hoot Pills Mr. Wilton's When the sewers of the kidneys and skin dogjtd fp, the blood quickly becomes impure and frequently sores break out over the body. The way to heal them, as Mr. Richard _ _ _ complaints that were'wanted. What' Wilson, who lives ;ncar London, .think they deserve another. King and Lost Workman. London Chronicle. Once .while walking across the San- dringham park, telegraphs the Daily Chronicle King's Lynn correfcriondent. the late King met a workman employ- ed by a local builder, who was un- aware of his Majesty's identity. The man had lost his way, and inquired the direction to Wolferton. The King ?5adly assisted him, and walked a short distance with him to make sure that tne workman had made no mis- take. rtid they want to do? Would they ap-1 point a committee to go Into'the mat-! had been unable1 to obtain any kicks, and If tney could not give any cases they would have to back down from their position. j A. Tilley did not think that was the' posklon for the board to take at all. As soon as a matter of this kind Is i aired in a public com-; 'panics take It up and endeavor to1 'remedy It. He Instanced the com- plaint registered some weeks ago In connection with the slowness of tele- graph boys. It had been quickly rem- found, is to purify the blood. Hs writes: "For some time, I had been in a low, depressed condition. My appetite left me and I soon began to suffer from indi- gestion. Quite a number of small sores and blotches formed all over my skin. I tried medicine for the blood and used many kinds of ointments, but without satisfactory results. What was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood; and I looked about in vain for some medi- cine that wouid accomplish this. Atjast Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills were brought to my notice, and art the most.wonderful medicines I tvtr known. My blood was pori- our Leading Lines This Week i I Our Car of TARTAN BRAND Canned Goods Has Arrived This Week v and although Prices are adrancing in those Goods we are selling at the Old Figure 4 fc E. M. Thomasson, general secretary of the Y.M.C.A.; who _went to Cal- jary on Monday, last night. Speaking of quick trips via C.P.R weight, the recently been "formed that "a bunch "of hides re- quired a period 0[ ten.days to come from Taber to the branch office of the A. Carruthcrs Ltd.'; in this city. Miss Cooksley has-been busy this week turning Out orders for Hats. The prices are so tempting that it is impossible to leave her show rooms without carrying away some little ar- ticle. Profit has- evidently been cut out of all consideration. Lethbridge messenger service. an up-to-date It' was ptft indigestion vanished. They always hair a place in nry home and are looked edied, just because It was aired pnb-; the family remcdyj licly. P. Sick and A. B. Stafford spoke on Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pflls ckanse the system thoroughly. Sold by til 4eakrsat25cabox. I into operation yesterday and the pro- prietors, Messrs. C. 'E. Brower and J. Rhodesi declare jit will be equal to the startw with three messenger boys'wilf be'employed, but that number, it is expected, will be speedily increased, as the business grows. The -Lethbridge .Messenger Service, as be.called, guaran- tee to have a .boy at: any spot re- quired inihe business district within three minutes of a call being receiv- ed, and the service when the conditions of the roads.per- mit. For business, professional men and service will fill a long felt want. --i Arrangements have been made with the government' tele- phone department which hitherto has not taken long distance calls for any- body that could.not be obtained upon a phone in to accept calls through the messenger .service for anybody in of the boys wilf "be scar lei, and the taps and tunics -for; the; :first; three messengers are alteady here. For light parcel delivery a swell jight rig painted in white and gold has been procured, The office is on Ford St., between ,C. E. Brewer's; tailo.r shop and the City Bakery, store, and the phone number is 444. for.. can1......., >v.. ;lOc for 25c Tliese goods -are without' doubt the finest WE aiJAEAKTEE PROVISIONS kave'made arrangements, [to cany the Choicest Creamery Butter on -frhick we are selling this .week 40c Ib per 30c Hams and Bacon Arriving Daily We sell4 all provisions at the lowest market prices. Christie's Sodas 25clb r Tins 40c McCormick's Cream Sodas 40c per tin per per can: 15c for 25c; 1 1-2 tin, 29c. can.......20c can..........20c' for Egg for..........35c Greengage for___35c for..........25c for .........25c Try Thosd Tartan Jelly Powders t for H..P. Sauce bottle Evaporated Fruits Ibs. for Ib. .25c Ibs. for .35c B Ibs. for -f AA 11-" UU- A 25c 2oc Special Prices in Case Lots ;