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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta is On The flotsMa idlaSee -.We many ri-.ld S 'V-? experimenting, found a ine uuijsisis 01 at of, increasinc: 'the bitter- administration made 'in the Canada.these many sears. '.Everybody- immense amcun- Knows :so 1 tha'4- -iVf- iJ ADi its jurisdiction creased at almost eve Everybody. ...knows ;tha Jo the Iet.their composition be k ti.- t' -Backache.-" whereas six'years ago was "given, the oversight, of "the railways alqnertoTday it Has in addition, the "control of'the of the-telephones, and'of the with-the. supervision of ".the cabie rates oh We -hbrizon.-- o'ws 'these.-general of tie later Lefmerfirst of ail si't down a'sch'ed- uie of the' worjf-' it is. sufficiently' -tjrc only (.ne s immediately ;.The good deal .of work" and }ec notvsetvinto_the newspapers.' withlhe .railways Commission, chiefly does iness; and: it, dealing 'with shall especially, d'e- vote.' ig- to the .companies' observers have "complained theih.haste-that- is far.' It hegiris located, and the.-Iatest .accident, and the largest- i.poftion -of- 'tile has'to -do-with the railways -v, ?oine figures can preventive nature of the-work, though they 'do not' -ov ft Tl tT. TVt vi i? _ i ease. c- .acc-iaear, and the -n the year.-190S; 'and 1909 'ti V' ed Quest-ion; -of -freight on-rail ways: all- a characteristic which :the? a; few, neces-aaxr ,ot which, it exercises, --.i -f On "Wednesday, of this .week" 18--car ?Ct Coleridge I fie. were. Shipped until- tb .fc real, for'.exoort .A P .the. vtuA IT.: .r .-j.'- ;-'tn'e "South'era'-Al'be'rta'______ winch' are -...being- held .same AT-''T J-.S-fcCarroll has disposed'of mends position f: fo.f S praetor Mends; in'.Montreal. extension of .the is the .putting, .down. "SOp'o. feet "bf rpnndhbuse aiidf H.' jSTl Lea van _ jcon-sider'ahle' j ai .caving beeDl yet .and'Vfra' rne Railway .Commission 'going'to family of J'rom "ffrom this week in Leth- ll'J-ames Aeh'eson-ieffvColerirdge to; .take a- section. gan Seward, OwJL-Uij tU maintain-'its credit for quick'decision over the Ration "location problem? below, the- -4 residents ,wo.n3d-be glad the residents .wo.nld-be -.'-F. -Newell-.'. -who .returned to his- on: their farms here BessYn "-Ron .Interstate Com- the'i -states.? i only.-aye, appeals' -il'-sis--years' ih'ere' is tge the Goyern- have _ .On an to the tiicic is an .i -'SGVGn :Tt is possib fa.cts.. in.- -ta b ular: form! Appeals of fact .on jaifiscTfcSon Appeals Total, reversals is -One oiit we have to decisions over JUDGE; "Cominissib'ners-c V ? the of the -country, the ar tenes which aoes' its' .entirely -with out appeal, we find so >e-- !5ound 'bfI ..'aim -Activity -has the i counsel- r' often an Vhx s is iinder discussion y to be pme e cbnple .-s- Bell. had- a- cheker weeks 'ago, Buffering, from The" -.first .nthe-hrain was advised, by- awarded .to 'Peter- Garth IaBt th and -the b oversees The. .-Enginee'ririg thc. -feature of. the actual work of Board'-'isi -Department'preventiver: sidef- Saturday ,IaBt that it- "would -necesaFy.for-Jiim to go to hos- -Medicine, J-Iat and; -undergo-. an toIV-7-Be.aeft- Hat on -tieii. and ;the booby. Harry ih-fowh yveanesday, evening. Quite aV fanners have j.apne a; lot plowing this fall. A farmers meeting, was -held :at- -io'll- 12T Hills d crossings; :m simple 'wJiere of --be -citizen seldom Moses -by case in person., V The angs iuaa crossings: i- puouci! The-.Operating. ies -itself, with, train, service, protection 01 safety over-.the-relations -between y and the public; stops cures _ house. A pound ;'districCvis beinj formed "in Township 22.. and'23 1 t t acLlcc-v .-v j O-AJvU. appliances on trains, 'the investigation tetter headir of, accfden-rs, the .condition of railway -wish and some manner in.-.'.which expres? companies .'carry oh their Business'ha' come under'the .Board's its.-work falls': "under tne three-auarters -under the the tetter, heading. ,Do'es a, new line of to cross an existing track. -bridge! the vjttoju. JTiCti of the nearest'McClaiy'Agent. Toroata rates -Oiey charge and the service the [give ai-e 'under a supervision Beginning to >be felt. 5- 'The-intricate phone communication, ..pulses of ti-unk: and'locairsys "little 'cb- companies; is- '-candidate ;ior consideration." 6. _ .then, there .is'.the question of telegraph companies, with all the ramifications which it. implies. .The Press' .mattej; is iae leading case in this sphere of the aoard's activity, Let'me seel? method of. set- ting forth the range .of .the Commis- sion's work, in, all about or- aers have been issued during., the-six .years'of its activity. At present the j rate is atwut per year. Between .January isth and.February orders were issued. following topics-: Hranch Lines Bridge construction by s city railway. Preliminary approval of plans. 'iutnorizing use of -bridge. Car supply. Closing drainage works. improvement of ditches. i-'xport" of electric power. .Expropriations. t Farm crossings forms) Fencing. Highway crossing and protection. interchange of traffic. interlocking plants. Hallway location. I'ipe line crossings. Kail way crossings. Kates. Operating rules. Koad diversions. Speed regulations. Spur construction. Approval of standard form of pipe. Approval of station location. Subways. Team track. r Telephone .connection. J Tram service. Opening- for 'traffic. Transfer' tracks. Wire crossing. II will at once occur to the re; -nai he never hears of by far SCOTT over j Assistant Chiet Commissioner of the i _ Railway CommFssion nvithbut nearly the' :'cases came before the Board 'an agree- t was reached without the formal argument: oia-'-jipt'find Unnecessary fto fight it back.of the formal PPiica'tions, roack of, the four or .five the come .oeiore-.the settled on the spot Because.of the Board's existence. Does a- across a man's farm? it.has'.a-.-powerful inducement to offer him satisfactory terms, for if he is dis- satisfied.he. can ir.voke the aid of the Jioard., This unseen influence cannot oe statistical terms is.H-ery-potent. And once again, manv Bequests for information, erc are dealt with. i-et me note In passing that tie peo- ple-can'seek redress for the. small fiances as well as for the big ones Curing one. of the summer months the took up two com- Piamts ofoverchai-ges for the handling of .baggage, one of 50 cents, the other of-15. cents: each-of these cases was investigated and, redrc-ss was obtain- ea- And the process cost rhe com- P'aJnant notfiing. A: has been the promptness with which cases have ..been.handled. There can be too great i Promptness. The Board is bound to do 'justice, to do justice it oe .necessary i0 fake time for invest sauon and. consideration. Some of rh- -early delays-were due 10 the fact i.tJdge-Kiiiam was determined to no decision of his upset on ap- so taa' could lay a founda- uon of .unassailed and unassailable Judgments on' which" the' Commission could prosecute its future work 'The excellent, record as to appeals and re-j on which i have dwelt, could private- crp.ssin to.Vorst cram, there was'a advocate should, represent'-: thp Q.R T against- iam was. disposed i-ie development, '.v ct i'iie development" I noticed the extent to- wMcMejack of.'iormal-'i ty and with-1 the subject possessed" missioners .cases Liniment takes "and drives. all-druggists.; There are.a great many phces and-? .occasions the possibility-of-gtt- .-ting extra heat immediately., effects'an decreasing of the worier. In the office, in tfie ekfly' morning or late at night, before or .after the steamheat is on, itis of importance to, have extra heat. In the builders outside office, in the shippingToom, in the checker's shack, oa exposed lofts, in railroad stgiions, in studios, the Absolutely smokeless and fs often, a necessity. Jf 5s safe, smokeless and odorless. Apolv a match THREE YEinS without careful Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cured his Kidney Troubla There are few diseases that cause more acute .suffcnng than Kidney Trouble, and Mr. F. A. Thomas, of Sudtjury OnL is of those who know it. Hewritesl' For over three years I suffered from Jaduey disease. First I thought I had sprayed my back, for.suddenlv the pain wouW catch the small of my back would be impossible for ffie to straighten myself up tor several minutes, A dull ache across the Jodneys was always pres- ent, my unne was thick and cloudy, and passing it caused a burning, scildinK pain. Tried medicines, but they failed Dr- Arse's Indian Root Pills, as they had cured my wife yeaw bdorc. A few bores affecteda complete cure. I now enjoy the bles- sings of good htalth, which is to this Don't aeglcct kidney too dangerous as well as too painful. That remedy, Dr. Morse's iSteii Zlls' tnd mil cure you. R effective its attendant cyais, biliousness, indigestion and sick 1 headaches, and in, purifing the blood ai box at your not bave been made of. questions. But there fe an immense .body of work which can be aone promptly, and under Judse Ma lbee> headsliip it has promptly. For example, last year the tfoard made two journeys through the West. On the first of these the orders with 95 per cent of the cases -bodr or, cannot become wedged 'because of a in construction, and consequently, it can insrant for rewicking. The Perfection Oi! as durable, well madet: built Heater is finished in" japan or yet and It nearu, were issued before the Board I J Wanipeg for t% Ea-oT: on the .Winnipe. second, in per cent. The secret of 'this expedition is Judge Mabee's Practice-of dividing the- work among the several Commissioners. Import ant cases are by the whole; Commission, or by several of the Com-' sitting but in a Of cases one Commission- er can do ali the work that is neces- sary. Even. In important cases Judge Mabee does not insist on everythin- Passing through' his. hands; the to viaduct judgment, for instance was delivered :by the Assistant Chief Cora- nissioner. Here is another characteristic of .the Hoard which merits attention. it a court, but not a lawyer's court The United .Stages Interstate Commerce cot a court. Tl'e Bri- tish RaiKvay arid Canal Commission court, aiul lias a very formal npjse or sputter. >j s Ask your nearest grocer for them ;