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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTORRN 10. 1_____ addition recommends that there should ho a mixed train service on alternate days. Lnthbrldgo Cardstim Subdivision: The same remarks apply. Crow's .Vent. Subdivision: Uetwcen iMiirNil mid l-ethbridge. the Company ' has taken off the through Calgary train mid added n tocnt train leaving Mncleod at V.Tai a.m. instead of I.!!;"� p.m. This arrangement enables peo-1 plo to leave Marleod in- t.hfs morning, transact, their hiisinnsR in Lothbrhlge, and get. back to Marle.od around six o'clock at night. There is nlno u *er- Vho following I-* a complete* copy Iri-weekly service, Ann taking effect, vice available returning From 1-cth-Of tho judgment or the chief railway >>\\ September Ih(. The Canadian Pne- bridge, to Maclcod by the eoinmlMsinuer on tlm Alhortn. train. Hie bad taken up 'he question of train services of the C. W It.: l H"rvb'n reduction on August IHtli. The files nttiichfd involve com-! Imcpeclur Mitnntck's finding, hrfof-hlfllnts an to train service in th Kipp, leaving Cnl- tlon ln'twcon lidbbiid;::* and Coutls, Alta.( on tho Mncleod Huhuiviuion lm-t ween Aldersyde and Maeleod; the Crow*.4 Nertt Subdivision bet.w�on Mnc- leod nnd I.ethbridge; tin; Stirling sub- . '^\\\u wftn Fnino small improvements* i service leaving Calgary -it N.50 a.m., division; anil Ihe SufflcM. Jrrlcnna, � ,n {]^ of in]l|| �nd oxpron.* ser ft no! Cnrona I ion Subdivisions. The complaints an to the sect Ion between I.ethbridge niirl Colitis liav�� been received from the I .etb bridge Hoard of Tnulc and the usine - > Ml" vital importance, and 1 1 he coiiui-il seems In h ;i ye taken a new ]'4;u:e of life. New l'!i'^;ttes wel'e Uohnmed I'roni 10 HEAR FREIGHT ; t he Ite'cil ' 'b-rks and the i'oiineil - houid rei'eivi' n 1'n Hi -.lit Discuss Strike Silnation Support to the Retail' Clerks. ti:*'ii a ml hn \ �� ' he(r r opinion ]; vh- eventually .d-rl !fo rail -! ira-s nieftinir on Crhlay of 1 ibis \v"id-:. mid invite the fieji;K m.-n arotmu. ;>i"o ;:U imiii.i men w-io ;'n- (iivc ! intere *':], pa rtirulmdy rail v. ;\\ 1 Ti:a- lit.- �tet'.il Clerk-: are ie>i in any vay '-of ii'fb'd with their voi'kiim i hours wis (lie opinion of 'he delf^atos from ihi; orKMii/aii inn. and they arfU-nl for ;h" co-r)peration of the 'l'ntdiM C:r,ini ii to ivy i!i:d ^et. hfft'T worMn^ hour  M ! .'o | rausidred tlia I thin n" w oi-K'i n i v �' ion of kot .ol Clerks arn K'">' intr - t r,�;.- in iv. 'h>- Wedne-day �!ia!f !inii(!a\. Tite ho! hhtidfte Trade;! Council at � their merlins last ninbl handled a lot." I matters have been taken up, the traf flc can rcaftonalily ho taken care On the CouttR and CardHlon S\ibdivi 10114, re If a stop-over to> p.m. Front vipp to Macb'od in one hour'-i run. I'ho effetd. "ii thi.4 Subdivinlon ia with the addition of a mixed that. luHtead of a two trains per ci a y r'v/n3!r!n!)\'Hd',VlV'MT(! Ii'ain 011 tlm alternate daVB in one dir- l service each way as formerly, thore. i , T-u � In h th "''Hrtn. this mlx-Ml train to handle is a one train a day service. Some s rnfeiTud -j mall and exprens mat tor, the rerpiire- � diMicnltleH arose aK to the prompt i,.in '[ ,,,:,,'�,, \'aki�i ment-. can reaHonably he takon care handling of mail and express. but of-.tlii* rulxod train flerviee. can he thlr, Iuih been �ohe into by tin* Hoard's E. ^Y. G11IFTT C0MPANT LIMITED TORONTO, CANADA WTNNIPKG MONTR t:AL traffic (th aceouir of tin- :diort liar-Vest comlitions ami iln� i orreapondiuK red no Hon In juu*?ienn�T service, railway also matoM. in ::,ili*stance. that 1. v,.n hv making, use of tlie present operating' Department and the i.dbtst-. J11"'11' 'j''" "' a"v freiKht trains starling out or i nmntH effected of revised service may ! linr,n, Uailway an d*hlirid�e fot1 roufts- an/1 CardHton|be apiU'oved. As already pointed out, i IiilIiy 8 iuu'' "!ul (" i MatuinvH. WVdm.wdavs and Fii-itliero mo throimii services still ex- fi __out "V. . L.!. on Motidavs. Wednesdays and Fri-i tliero mo throimii services still ex I'li'" davs; returning, leaving rardston o:> | istinj; between Calvary and Macleod. Daeembor 2:tnl. litas. proMsion was oiade fen* a Hpeciiie sio\iie A)- d lrrb:�' ion Coin-on tlo- fa* railway ! eompany tft'partod I'mm tie- pro � i at the prescnj time i in til-- publh Interest to rcono-.iii;'" It* the cliiniti-ntion of unucce.-sury jia*. (eni;er liiih- age wherever such ri (iiuiiiiv is p':.;. libh-. 'I'J-.e situation a- to 'In- 'rain --ervh" ii( iu_____................. .............. A , nnd aa to lraf:"ic � omliti-.ii ; baa :>�" u jv tn take care of UvoHtock shipments.' panv was willing to rein:Oale this un- It Is quite true tnat oroers Kone into both h\ Mr. Shinni' k "f the t)|(. >-.t1rHn>5. Suffield and Irrieana'til October. It appear* to th" Hoard 1 were made some time ar�> I' .s also .Stirling Subdivision: Hero the ! ,^!hl9Il^r;1|or w|,hnut !in-v service wa. reduced bv the Company ! Mon of tho BoarrL from a HtMiii-weekly mixed to one train tty Order No. Ii4-* * - "i Aprd l^lh per wecl; ntlxwl. On jnve.-.ii^ation it CMt.. ju*ovision was a', o made uw a appears thnt the service ahould lie -e- i 'ipefihe pasflenRor service on tho Cor- stored, so that there will he t*Vona!iou SnbdiviHion. A similar ^itua-! tabi,. of ,\u^iist istli. DMS,' be' apprmv- Tuesdays. Thursdays nnd Safttrdays; and * 'nut M on Tuesdays. Thurrdays and SaturdavK. it lieinu necessary for the same days of the week from both Hit- 'rains to f;o Into 1-ethbridge on Mic -aim' days of the week from both nt ih..... Subdivisions in onlm- proper- ' mixed Hj.ins per wc-k. 'J'(o- Con- tion here arises. A. S (biodeve, rommis;-ioi;'-r. i A. C. Coyce. K. ('.. 1 Cointnif-.-iiuic-r. i 'i'lie mat t er haviim been inv^t it:at -ed by tip- Hoard'.. ( Hera t in;; D"pa i ' -meat and upon the report ami r�" o-si- ! JJ ' niondntinu of the Chief operaCm^ m!-j ticer of the Hoard, ft is ar-i} that a i;\'-wei-my u>>\ ed train -irvict- ran-;, inj: mai' ..i;d express be established le-; \vee;i l/M:- bridge atid Cnrd^fon ;md het^eeii 'Lothbridf-'e and Comm.;. in the I'rov-Ince of .Mherta; Mi" said mixed trains i o (a i have [ .efLhr c (u>> for Ca vd* too i and Coiittn on Momlav, Wedir-- !.. and Friday, and returnint; tht I'm'." : Cardston and Coutt- for Lcthhri.bre , Tuesday, Tliui>"d:iy and Satur.l iy at 1 su\\111t\ ui*m* ii !;pm 1 -i\\ hmsmu 1 {�: nif itin i 1>'-r ;i � -t nly pp^:ir;t \ w � arI im :�t i i* + * h * -iii'l li\ 'in; iu wf|l K'*pt Iujim'1 1: nn t t'uiii r;iry ji i-^ l (j Im* rummwi'UmI t hr fnu:i Mil inn of ;m*lr r*',-p^rt u)\A *\\ �;it hl�iMc^ NntllMW; ; tn ''ll'1'- ap wrll-Uppt t's- ; ndatiim to tlm train service between iiiK olfieer. and tln-y t,:-M. find what ] ltl'v'Y] ';ttr m|]w'av transportation fae-lieatlon for'tWln'itiK continued on the miKer�. nr0 Ordera which are made in is already established .dlier points, j .fi- },1J(| ,.,lUlU){ reasonahlv on ask- * two-train a wVk basi> lieyotid that f fhe IWit of traffic cond.-Oons as they xlA, tliat there is a low crop in all ( t,(\o wjr!l timn ;i iW().trlp ' date is nut apparent. ' then existed. In the very nature of Southern Alberta and that in the other ; /t firy RubdlvisionK already rnf-rr.-l in ; iniemia So b-i i v ision made no con, The people On the Company Is faced with a s.-^nn ot  7" -------. - " admittedlv dimlniHh'd trafllr 'U' to ^ "f a"y r,';;, \T*" The service from l^thbrhUr to ' value tu the cnmmnniiy. miRht to Con:.:, is important be-ause ot thec�nord a' lea,! two trips per weel^ ronnenion at that imnt with tin-! '�>,- n-.....ssary rearran^m.-nts have should be made. service t l"*"" ;i�"ie into fiy Mr. shfoiiick and 1 by Mr. Spejoer. mid th" r^arranRe-j nients whii'b ihe> flml >4Wtitit�(l and I which should be accepted may he set onKON through to Kerrobert, a point out summarilv as follows: The chan On the Sutheld and Irri.aua Rub- i ihlnKa, a? traffic increase,, --erviee division the Companv diMirwl to make mnuaf he inereatted; and a- a niriher the same redmtion as on tlie Stirling 1 corollary, when there is no business Subdivision. An ()rd"r similar to that to be done, unnecesi-aty service oURht dealinn with the StirlinR Subdivi do'i to bo ctirtallod, ! It. \a also undeniably the Tact how- LethbridKe and h-., and it is hereby, rescinded. Hoard of Hall way Co in mission error Canada. cS^d.l H. I, DICAVTON'. Chief Commissioner Hoard of H^iilway CoinmiHsioners fo'r Canada. I'.xamined and certltled iVi ;t t;*m Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson North Oreat. Northern, a fi'ovd r\;. and r�ao (pa^- acquaint itself not only with the pur-j ' isk,i. VJ I. 1 * J an k n c w B RliTON ARROW COLLAR CLOSR MEKTIST. CV.T IV FROST SIIOWlNi; A HIT OH CRAVAT 11 AN I) Clued, Pf�t�jdy U i'n., nt Cnnrnti. T,imitp "over there"-ALL the interesting- Musi.* for generation* post and ALL the bright, hamjy Music of to-eoj> vice as propr�np(l and now in op^ra-: As a rewult the Company, speaklnR ( daily papsenRer. with the oxreptio ,.1 is. under existing trathc condit-] Rennrally. is compelled to �ive a 1 Sunday. This has been reduced 1 \ u*. :i!i t!n' Hoard can reasonably ask ; vice on tho whole than tlio the Company to a tri-weeklv pnsHcii-, Mi*- (' '��> to give under pro.sont j reduction it desired *o make. Tim Hoard has takon this action after very carefully weighing the exigomdeH of tlm situation. Undoubtedly il Is not In tho best, inforoflts of the country that unnecessary train service should ! ho maintained, and in many instances tho C'ompany'H position as to whether a Rprvico Is or is not ivee-var** de-pendn upon tho amount it is -lsed, a� indicated by the icsultani proilU, may well bo the case. It la true that raw material.; neroa-fiary for loconudives and rail way equipment are both acarce and expensive; that man shortage in some parts of the country, and having spec ial regard to the mechanical upkeep of engines, and tho shortage in coal at many points having regard to the exigencies of ner. winter, is serious. Tho Board al�o recognises the fact* that very largo reducttonH in paaflen-per nervlc.e, in view of national necessity, have been made in American territory; thnt the report of tho Honorable Mr. McAdoo shows a reduction In two districts tliero specifically munUonod of m>mo 47,4lio,ooo passenger train miles; hut fhoNc re-duct inns hnvr been made In territories which are more comparable to Kastcrn Canada. Tn Kast* ern Canada drastic train reductions have boen made. The conditions, how-over, aro somewhat different in Western Canada. Simply because there , has been a crop failure this year in any particular district seems to mo to bo no reason why such a necessary service should not ho maintained as will onablo the district to carry on and to prepare for a proper crdp the next year. Tho ordinary business activities of the district should bo so served i\* to onablo thorn to bo carried on, and I am of tho opinion* that tho service now ordered is as small as reasonably may bo. It Is also true, of course, that, having regard to the increased costs of train service and having regard to tho provision boing made by the Dominion Government for the taxation of tho Canadian Pacific, that tho taxpayer gout rally is perhaps as much Interested in any possible Canadian Pacific surplus over dividends us tho Hharohohlers; this however, cannot in the slightest degroo make any dIf- j foronce In the situation. ! Such minimum service as will en- j ablo the necesmiry and ordinary bus!- 1 ness of tho country to he curried on should in evory instance be afforded. (Sgd.) H. Ii. DHAYTON. September 30ih, 11)18. Railway Board's Order This is tho order of tho Board of Hallway Commissioners: In tho matter of tho eompluiuts of tho Lothbridge Board of Trade, the Cardston Hoard of Trade, the Mayor of Magrath, Alberta, the Mayor and Board of Trade of Raymond, Alberta, the business men of Milk River, Alberta, the Secretary-Treasurer of the United Farmers of Alberta, Calgary, w. Ay Buchanan, M.P., of Lothbridge, and John L. Kawcett, LL.B., of MacLeod, Alberta, against the reduction in pussongor train service on the Cal- gary-Maclood, Lothbrldge-Cardston, LothbridgoCoutls Subdivisions of tho Canadian Pucifie Railway. Kilo No. Monday, tho :10th day of September, A. D. 1918. Sir Henry L Drayton. K.C., Cbtaf Commissioner ) A. D. CAimVlUCHT. ; Sec. of Hoard of Railway Com-! mlssioners for <'anada. Ottawa, October 1st. 1**1 b. High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 353 Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethlmdge Hotel, lethbridge. alrerta calgary office-115a eighth avenue e. edmonton office-3 cri stall block. 4 NESS to HAVE DISTINCTIVE Models to suit both young and matere age, each designed tor style, and sei-vf. 1** 'A To command respect - respect yourself and be well dressed on all occasions. 4-6-8 Clifford St. TORONTO, Ont. H'/iarc the n-ftt Path*' D-Ur �'� loctUd : Fashion-Craft clothes sold at 200 points in Canada. LOUIS LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ;