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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LAST DAY OF THE OLD YEAR Ufiiiarkabl* offerings for ihis week-enU bar�t�iu Gvoni, permlttiiiR of �nviim� of oni'-Muart�'r to one-tliird iUe reipilar value of any urllcle in onr L'nderwenr UoimrtnifUt. our Fancy (iootU Departmeat, our AVaist Department, our MlUluery Department, our Fur Department, nnd our Hendyto-weitr Department. It'i � b�rg�ln opportunity you cannot afford to miti If you have ttlll your holiday oi; wIntT needa to �upply, for tomorrow'* price* are absolutely the lowe�t for which uchjjood^U Silk aiul Net ^0 ||f| Waists .............................90.WU $."i.0n Tailored and Lingerie AM Waists .............................#^.UU/ Saturday Bargains in All Ready-to-Wear 2 0 per cent off Our' entire stock of nowein evening dres�e.s, coals, suits, kiinonas aiul underskirts Included in this Big Satui'day Sale. Best lime to choose l� tomorrows-you siivi,' In everything you buy. 2 0 per v^nt off mm CO. Bdiird of fT^e Complaihs of Shabby Passenger SeH^ice Given This City -Some Concrete Examples to Justify Complaint For some lime imst the ptHiple of;berth iii Medicine Hal. .Sihico would LelhbriilKC have n6t been entlTnly, be reserved for the trnincirom thig snfisfied' with the; i)a8�enger iiccom-motlatlons afforded iiassonsers frotn oince, and a special sleeping car sup erlntendoni was put on at Calgary to Lcthbrlilgc. They 'eel that tor a cUy look after aleoplng accommodation In of the ai?e und Importance of Ijolh.j Mils part of, the system. bridRo i)i�>' are 'beint; given :n service far below what the trnflic In>m this jiolni would warraijl. Through the Hoard of Trade some time ago they undertook to remody thn situation. Supt. Ctiiieron of the C. P. R. at ..Medicine Hat, attended a meeting of the ItoNrd of Trade council, and with him they went into various matters afTo^-lii^ his "ilepartmeivt. He met theiii fairly and atiua.oly. and the-niittiors were cleared iiii satls.'nctorlly. .Mr. >IoXei1lle, of the passenger department at Calgary, also mot the executive of the board to ' discuss several matters. There were two things in partlculrtr which were impressed upon him as sources of trou Shabby Treatment Hut the remedy seems to have failed for on Saturday. Dec. 24, a parly ol" tlivce leaving Luthbrid^e ior De-troll could not gel accommodation cn the train Icavlns the Hat thai night. They wore promised berths on Monday, so walled over. .Momlay came and when they wont (o- the iraln thev were told th�it their berths had t)een cancelled from Calgary. Other siiuilnr rases hiivo been reported to the IToard sliowiub' that the service in this recarU has not been bettered one whit. In connection with the second grievance. It was stated thai a special coach would be set on at Maisleod ble,. and he was asked to remedy and Lcthbridge to accommodate the them. No pnbliclly whatever was trnflic over that section. Tills � viS given to these negotiations between| done for a time, and the oviTcro vd the board and the comtniny, as the board wished to give the railway every possible chance to remedy the laults. There are two things in iiari.ieul.tr' which tlie Hoard of Trade asked for. They wanted .":uch ,|.t:rHngeraeiit8 made that sleeping car nccomniodit-tlonn on mail line trains east from .Medicine Hat could be obtfiincd through the local office, without board (Jom|>ells |h;oi)1v to Nvear wunvior trlothinj; liMtl you shonhl sec \\\v lutrgnins lluVlj Uii^luiii j� oricrliig- lojiiuijow ill Fur and Fui'-linetl O'Ooats' Hotivy/rweoil llisfctivs, Wifiter Suits, Caps, l'iHl cold, -{''laniioi lined shoes, with (VM and i^atlicr solos. Hole agtjnts for SLATKll SHOES ' BUCHAN THE MEN'S MAN 4(� 5TH ST. BRYAN BLOCK ' inp was relieved somewhat. Tien for some reason the coach was cut off. nnd conditions are now the same as formerly. Last Saturday afternoon the train leaving Lcthbridge for Mac-leod was jammed to (he doors. No extra conches wore put on to handle the trafflc. and many passengers who 'had bought tickets were left standlns on the platform when the train pulled out. Another insianc.e was cited at Ins tlie train, and taking pot luck on!the board meeting; last night where arrival at the Hat. i there were fifty-six passeugcrs In the � They wanted better accommodation nrsl cluss coach coming from Maclcod on the Crow passenger trains gen- to Lcthbridge on the night train, and crally. The complaint was that the many more first class passengers | coaches provided are not sufllclenl towere forced to ride in the second: Ihindle the trafflc, especially oyer thoj class coacM or stand nn during the I section between JIacleod aud' Leth-brldge, where the transfer from Mac-leod so crowded the conches that travelling from Lethljrldso to Calgary is a burden. This is true on nigltt trains in particular. ' In answer to the first complaint. journey, while in the Pul'iman there; was one soliinry passenger. Yet the overflow could not ride in the PuU-| man without naying the full cost of| a berth, $3.00, to ride a" miles. The board feels that these are grievances which should be remedied .Mr. McXcillle stated that arrange- and thev will stay with the company ments had been' aia^iic so that passcn-l nnii) conditions are more in keeping nev� from, Lcthbridge �o the east with the aniount of travel to and could relj- labsolately'ion securing a from Lelhbrldge. Strange Prediction About the Kaiser CAH CONTROl SEX Us* of Adrenalin May Lead to Solu-ll�n of Prebletn .(Philadelphia Ledger,) ' Graat iuteraat has been aroused a* mong the ParV- public by the remarkable theories dealt with at the meet-lug just held by the Academy of Scl-once, eapectally the important new evidence bearing on the determlnaliou ef sex. Dr. Itolilnson, a Paris pbyalclau, de-rluios that it haa been proved beyond f the i'nissiaii re.vo-liuioii, I81!(. I'liiciiig the same (Ir-iiivs in a 5;i!rticrtl position, and add-iiiS Hieti; up beneath the original total brotight lier lo the period of Hie Fraiico-Oermaii war, 1871, a dale which slip declared 'would see tlic rise . of the Oerniaii Kinpire. .Sli? pro-' ccedpil to taki! Hii.s ilale again, .md jilaciiiH its own diRits one lifilealli HiR oiiier, rinil then repeal iiiii; the IHcvious process, she arrived at Ihn imniher 1888, which .ilip declared would be Hie dale iif llie consultanv'.s dciiHi. "One further t|iicstioii was put lo her by licv imperial visitor: 'How long," he asked, 'would the Kmpire ot (lerinaiiy last?" She took vlic InsI llgiires again anil phiciii); them verHcally bciioatli llieir sum she. added up, anil gave him the ligures 19|H. I subjoin the very simplo calculations Involved, so that every reader cnn arrive at the icsuHs hiiii-selV. ISl!) 1871 1888 I 1 'I S 8,8 I . . 7 8 . !l ... I 8 � ciUcs in a curious wav with Hie il.ilc I have nlrcady given' in these pagc.i, the year 1IU3, us the lime of special disii.ster to the. present Kaiser. My calculation, 1 niiiy ;i(ld, was not basi>d on nuniher.s-, but on astruJogy. The very tlirpaffti^g position of the planet L'rsus in this year in relation lo the horoscope of the Emperor William is one which no astrologer could overlook, aBcCiing as it does the radical position of Saturn and also the position of the sun at birth, which is alrciidy gravely menaced in the imperial nativity." Frcish lot of young Turkeys just killed received to-day. Get one for your :: NEW DINNER They are all choice birds, iand are now being sold at 28c per lb Phone your order at once G. A. DELANY Phone 452 NEW DAILY PAPER Winnipeg, llec. 29.-Mr. Bean, of Swift Current, Saak., was in Winnipeg this week purchasing a plant for a daily paper which Is to be eatabllah* ed in his home town early la January. Canadian hay is in 4emaDd in Bng-land at around |25 a ton. TWO GOOD REASONS WHY You should buy your Groceries at this store t. UeciiiLsc 3011 art' Hiire ol" j;etttn^ ((tialUy sii'oceries tiisit mv strictly t're.sli. , K E R R 2. Iteciuise lor the Name (liiality luirocerieK you pay Ikhh here than at any other iihice. Tne Leading Cnaracter in "Tne wrong Patient" at atarland tonight Bill-"Look, JJiii, you've got you'ro boots on the wroii(( te'ei." .llm-"Well, 1 Imven't (toi' mi- oth-01 feet, littvf, tl"  t* 1871 1888 11113 "I have," adds Mr. Shirley, whose own specially is astrology,'"alluded fcpccinllj- U) UHs*hici(leiii'-ns' it coiii- 'riie ciiuility oV liic gotj'ds uicu always bear in iiiiiul \vc >:�\er lb;',',.........Mc CHKEHE ...30c Canadian Cheddar, per lb...........22c ____26c lloquefort, per lb. .................tOc ...30c Mmbiirger, per brick ...............Mc ... 2&C (M'eam, per pktj;......^............:. ISc ____35c .McLaren's Imperial..........36c end (60 ...24c ...240 ...30c .23e CANNED Vi:er tin.......20c CANNED FRUITK I land packed Pears, 2h, 2 for ..l...,45c Hand packed Peaches, 2s, 2 for......45c liiind packed S-'rawberrles,. 2s, 2 for. 45c . Hand packed Kaspborrles, 3b, each ..25c Hand packed Blueberries, 28, each ..,15c Hand prtcked Plums, 2�, each ........,15c Ripe Tomatoes, per 11). ,,............. .,20c Cauliflower, 2 I'ov,....................--------�------45e Celery, per lb.....:.............................131-2r Tietiuee, Hot Hou�e. |�er lb.................. -lOc � Lettuce, Head, each................ . . ;........ .15� SPECIAL F6r saturday Jap Oranges, Largf Size, Per Dozen Saturday 65 cento ;