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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News ICbe 3Utbbrtoge "fceralfc All The Local Where You Expect ll WEDNESDAY, DECEMDER'lO, 1010 SECOND SECTION LCTilUlUDGK, ALUtHTA. SECOND SECTION VAUK MNK Mil KEF So Forcc.isteis Cold Snap Worst Since Jan- uary Two Years Ago Is ba4 enough. A dozen suicides In CUy are caM lo hare occurred as a result o( L'orla'a forecast. TLe plan.its which uro uujerilood to be cnteriap into iho coiublaatlou which will brine about a condition approach- ing irhat mlfiht bo cipectcd at tho end o! thij world ari> Neptune, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Vcnua and Mercury. KIti and So'Jth AVABHiXGTON'. Dec. The cold wave whlrh has had -Ihe wesi In its grip for several days swept Into Ihc cait and south eirly today, accom- panied by fcljch'wladi acil preceded by a and uuuaually heavy fall of rain. The weather bureau announc- ed Ih'al litre wonM L-B a cold navo to- ht and throughout Iho Al'anllc slater, tV.o oppcr Ohio valley, and Hie Jowc-r lake region. Two Feet of 3now at Portland Ore. Virtual- ly everyone tramped to work here to- day, two feet of enow blocking fltreei car Iraffic ftntl It elmost Ira- District Convenlion To Re Held Here Tomorrow Prea. Wood lo be Present tho U.F.A. pclltlcil convention will open at auditcriuin ot Y.M.C.A. lonjorrov.- (Thursday) at 10 o'clock! drouth-stricken will be taken up nl tho convention and p.lso (ha nailer of feed, lu regard to the lat- er, lho provincial government, it aid." win eomo in (ur a Bluing In iial the fanners, nol only of the rldge district but In HIP ry generally, are "disgusted" hey cannot gel free ire-jgui iur itcJ ira from ;he Coatdale district. At tbe rnornliiR session Mrs. Oarr, or New Dajton, one of Iho vice-presi- dents of ihe If.lYW.A., will ipaak. and la the etching Mr. ilcPherson. ot Vulcan, president of the U.F.A. polltl- assocIallOD. HEAVY BTEEL ORDERS YOHK. IJec. or- ders of tno United Staloa Steel Cor- poration on Nov. oO were ion i, accord IDC to lha corporation's monthly statement Issued today. Thli With 2S below itTo. on Tueelay poailblo for aulonr.ohilcs lo more ".hrough Ihe streets. Ths storm, one of Ihe heavieEt in yearp, conllnued ilirousli Iho ntght. The hotels were crowded with local paople nnaMo lo reach their homos lusi night. NAVY PLANS OF U. S. Doc. u.0... though It was cold enough. It mendatlons of tlie navy general board vaa hot tho coldest yot In Lcthlirldpe, for shipbuilding, for fnclurlea two un.l tho weather In ihe point of chilli- ships, one battle cruiser, 10 scout has yet lo boat the record oslub- orulscre. flotilla leaders llslipil on'latmsirv 7lh 1S03, when the and six submarines. "The navy of tl-rnioniciei- went