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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ucTHBiufMHS Y, DKCICMWCU 'J, 1'Jlu Cluraderized as i Dccptntc uri, Special Hf- V fort Asked In an fc1- Hon. .V. J. ol pnlilic worS3, la Ttl-yr-j to ihe fiwJ station in SoiKhern -U jtorlf. te said ihe Xviii'Jon ras till thai be ts-i come La Ingres! Geiwnl Quurun of OPi m tp up LSI? i cl lo droa'ih cific bad been handling the situation, Sut r m her paid a complimaat. rsittwu Trere so despanta ra lie soith, ia Mid. that ho was to spur the company if possible, to area sreatar effort. On 5-nrwh Lines Mr. UcLiiaa Mated it on brux'fa lines thni the greatest Vns being eJ.perieuced, COG- i ihe illlk Ilfrrer country, far Instance. particularly condition were i preieal time, i tad jot llio province, becayso Alberta had I from linw 10 time durlug (he past 'yean been badly hit In It is r 'Conditions tnls year would noi beaa to serious If there bad been plenty ol feed, and In this reject tho sculh country was eobiplelely "up it." Mr. HcLun elated (bit eastern ha; was imbed Into Lhs prorloce as fast aa possible. Though SuperiBlendent MacKlnlosh of Lcthbridga division, which ils been bairms ine brunt of feed Bud liieslorX rush during the sli vrwiE. was out of lown ibis' murnlug. the Herald learns that nothing is ba- Ins ilndocp here to cope with tho situation aad at the same lime keep coal, which equally inportant In Saskatchewan and Manitoba, moving. Vba BJnounl of rpMiag stock, iho amount of moilTO power, and Ihe abil- at preheat time, tto lain- fcitlnltelj post MOD It a Trio LET "was experienced tab Tto present cold snap hod ID- flag suffering strongs L ths had not.for the most con-red from tho storm of a "I have 10 -lot.? itd to sail, "io have ban; urn tii-tins ihe raiiwiy IFS tc tjiTrb no s ton s eti ii ttif jjrbteia their TSTJ alipiittni'.'' t hi reply (o a question, the minister liiiu'iJier he wouM not thit Ihtt ha no to rlnd.'wiih in a -srorso con- r In .which the t PC- dlltm iliai'it any time In the history You Need Not Tolerate the inconvenience'of a ten a fev doses of wijl 5176 you alsvnt mstant rclicr. Iwafc d ICTBWTTCSS of the bronchial tuWt; stopj trie annoyitj thst leadi to spasms o! coughinj: and soon ntstores throat to tU normal condition. On account or its pleau rrt taste, children take it readily, a boiile ah-rays in the house. tcdbrziiiie'Nt-Dnl-CotTiirmiit 13 Drag tsi Ctdtn Coapuy ci Cuiii, Liwtc4. Influenza "No one KM not had rnfloenra can realize. it causa or tow it deSej beatmenL I know of rotting vril rive such prompt relief as CHcrnrjeriain'a CousK Remedy, fo when h is liken tKe'pain bi the chiest dinppean, the fever tub- odei and the.whole body more comfortable. Then again, the after eSeOt of InSoeoza are often even m than tKe dueue itaelf, but- they can_be il U3C Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Loe grcAlesk' clanger from tiua dbeaie u Pnetnnorua 1 Kavc never a single caae of Influenza toreault in'itwhe CKamterlain'a CougK Remedy was freely given. The pernatcr cough thai frequently tan bei relieved b CKamlicjUin's CougK Remedy, and thould Dot be allowed run oa unli] it bccotnea ___________i O N T H t "TRANUIiNADJi LIMITED" Man mn iu Ktom tut THAU Toronto Ottnra Montreal noona HUM IM.T> TWO OTHER TRAINS DAILT Itv of iho farmers to baul awar tao stuff are the only Hunting factors te Ai oue lirae recently there vero over loailetl cars of hay and feed in Cardjicu. and tho yards (here TTtro congested. The1 com- doing 1L5 best to make avail itle care do all possible. la Iho Jlachie. Brant. Vulcan, Maieppa dis rlcl There over 500 cars of green have tieeu contracted and arc be- Icadod out. cars are btiug sup- plied 35 rapidly as possible. Much cf this feed is going Lo the Card stem district. Over cars tiavo already shipped from thess points Ihls (all Larger htul sbipinenu are also rushed. Xo Canadian cars are being allowed to go to the U. S. from tills division, all being conserved bere to meet iha rush. _ There no doubt thai there ta be- ing register fid a heavy stock toss in Soulnern Alberta. The 'early Tery coM ircalher itnlch camo on snddenly cefore cattle were gathered up and broaghl to Teed, resulied iri weaken- ing many animals nhose powers o( resistance Were then broken. This resulted in the need of heavier feed' than If the stock had gone into Uie winter in good condition, and heavy feeding is almost Impossiblo with hay acarce, high In price, and hard to gcL 10 Tte HAYMOXD, Dec. post office was robbed Ln broad on Tuesday afternoon between liie hours ot 1.35 and 2.15 anj Ii currency taken. No clua to the robbery has be-en found, as Ilia fact that the money was goae was not discovered nnlll the was counted at the closing of tbe office In ihe Evening. It Is thought the robber entered the post office during the noon hour when AcUns Postmaster Thos. Gould was absent, climbing ihe railing and help- ed himself. Nothing but the currency was touched. U King Is postmas- ter here and Mr. Gould Is assistant; taking full charge of Ihe ofllce. The A. P. 1'. arc worilug on the case but lave no clue. 3.-Alderman B. I. represt-ntolive of ward declared defeated by J. Blumen- berj. in the civic election, his form- ally asked for f recount The vote stood: Diumenbt-rg QLabor) Hamlln, (Citizens) 2.M9; Kaplon- vitch, 74; spoiled bal- lols, 65. B.C.AGENIINIS ASKS RECOUNT S KIC GEORGE PROUD OF PRINCE OF WALES 1ANDOX. Dec. (C.A.P.) One who was present at the banquet by tha Klin it Buctlotiam 1'atace iu hor.or ot the return of tho Prince of Wiloa aald Iho occasion wat the first when tha king had 'hsird the Prlnca make aformil speech. Tha ting himself con- eluded hts owq remarks by Baying: "His mother and 1 proud ot him." t- NEW YORK. Dec. uf storllng fell to tlio lo-.vcst level In history today when dcnmad bills for pound slerllag were