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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 11, 'THE TVUJ.y FfiR CANADIANS Swiss Postal Sen-tee Adopts New Device.For Its Equipment _____ _._. l tt.; ul iuo tuow km 1. to provrf. equipment for the prompt of tta and an-1 tachme-nt are of traniportlng heavy loads pyer roads deeply cov- ered with snow or ice, and may even poll saveraj loaded trailers on runners behind The Swiss Postmaster-General is at present for the-'eq.ulp- ment with this mall auto- mobiles on several Hues In Switzer- land. Manybfthesellnoa exlend through mountaindue territory, and It has been found necessary to resort to horses at tha beginning of Decent ber and continue (heir use until about April 1. WHh this system the front wheels are. placed on suitably sized runners, while the rear wheels aro: taken off, and, tu addition to the rear run- ners, suitable era are put on which carry the Coilb'e and universally mounted driving member, "whkh _. tbus_ may sJapt uneven ed casts ot very deep snow Overcomes the Difficulty f Explaining it Scien- tifically' Despite.the fact that torque U.one of the moat frequently used .words in the entire automobile' vocabularj, Us Is probably least under -_ can be pressed ff Wobile -_, "tadtr The of to the rear aile la the same aV in the automoBlle, and from the rear Y E von lhe motor allege Wves bvmeaZ rt Vto. "ay a.6sume of Intelligence, to render them capable of operating in moderately heavy mow. Jacob Battaaa'ot Vienna been tlxe Mr, axle'the drive is by means of Rantaiag early efforts were directed For passenger cars tho driving mem- toward bsiHmc a complete motor.ber consists of a dram provided tram the irounil up, but he j with suitable traction devices, wtefe- feooa came to the conclusion that a, aa for motor trucks It IB made ot the i machine of this type would u ex- pensive t? build aa an automobile, ami he then turned his attention to convenlon ualU by of which be possible to convert any ordinary aotoamblle into a motor sleigh. Mr Rtataaa cla'ma that equipped with this sleigh at- rt--. f Y E von lhe of an engfna at motor but.the chances are that his mind'is registering a blank Don t Fool With Rheumatic Aches j ____ Klep a bottle: of pajn-relleving Handy YOU need It when the Unexpected rhepmaUc twinge-starts the mid aches following" expo- lumbago, lame back, sore musejes, stiff jolnts.v neuralgia Forgot all about buying another bof tie and its power, whlch.i is 'turning effort multiplied by. speed, he is, as a rule, just "as he was before. The to torque by the garage mechanic is vigorous Illuminating. The'torque of an engine, says the garage :ejtpe'rl, is tho "kick all tlfcre Is to It. That's Simple, isn't It, when you think of it that way, instead of hefoggiag the Idea with a lot -of. technical terms? Connects With Steering Gear .and Throws Beam in Direc- tion of Tarn A latent has been to H M Danger Threatens Every Motorist More "Truth Than Poetry ByS. E. Kiter ths approach of Inclement wea ther motorists are cleaning out :.the sarage. preparatory to spending their time fixing antTCuikljTjnE with the car THE CITY The day Ii. done; 'the profiteer SUrta homesvard> In his limousine. The njlllton made Ibis jear Is causing hlijfo serene Ills i> and ho is fat, He has but regret In life, -The law lose b'ls wife. dapper clerk With fine precision parts his hair, He frees'hla mind from thoughts ol 1 Add almost girlish care He sallies'forth to dine and dance! And with- a :Hne of talk that's raw- Is by lepme lucky chance, Te be aome rich man's eon-In-law. The day Is done; the weary boss Perceives the office boy depart Without a thought'of gain .or loss, And youthful gladness iu bis heart The sweet stenographer has drawn The powder puff across her nose; A'mdment', and.she ivill he gone, Attracting nollce where she goes. The day Is done; the "financier Stands hy the window, looking out; Upon "his countenance Is fear, Ami deep w iibln'bim there is doubt. But io.t because he'Xees.that soon His holdings'mils! begin to Tha oysters that lie ate at noon Appear-to havs'beeii on the hllnk. "VY biauipu iu n .u uuju ujuog anu luiKerjng Wlln the ri aVangeols, and P Caraton, within the cosy walls. There Is a 01 Druid, Bask, for a newl> Invented danger Involved which Is all the more Improvement which controls the light to be guarded against because of it's lug of an. automobile The invention Insidious character Whoa any gasoline _englne is oper- ated within an enclosed space tho ex haust gases accumulate.' Included in I the many, substances exhausted poisonous gas, r plaster or poultice mttsslness, no stained skin Thousands, of regular users ,keep it liandy for don't suf SW.de ?n Catff Sloa Liniment AFRAID TO '-EAT MEALS i _i-_j papc's Diapepsin'' is the best F- Antacid and.Stomach Regulator known your mca's don't fit anil you feel when you 'belch aclda Sour, unillgesied food When you feel lumps of Indl geetlon paij, heartburn or lieadzxhe from just eat a tablet ot harm less and reliable Papa'1; Dlapepsin and lhe stomach distress Is gone of people ki-on th of Pape's Dlauepsln as e magir antacid )Tioy know that'most li.dlgcsHon and stomach are from acidity The relief comes qulcklj, no dls appointment! Pape's Diapepsln helps rogulate.your stomach so jou can cat Javorite foods without fear and a box of these world famous stomarb lab- lets C03t nn 'at rtni" I ft the left tod lamp turns to tin, This n, Is odorless and color.es, m atta sudd of the car light m i Vghts are sudden ces no llt-elfecU and suddenly AN ATTRACTIVE ,u B.e ,eoai- According to the The victim best fan get on the -s an euenj by steering gear and consists ot falls in a faiat, and It not Immediate mm arms, springs and joint connec- ly} removed to the fresh air death is tionj, which turn in the desired dlrec certain en to see that there Is sufficient vsii tilationt A belter plan h.to- lead the exhaust, by an additional out-, s'de the garage PUT SPARES TO WORK Mam struck owners using subject, there ner landlords In heaven, NO FAVORITES sign on 42nd W kinds of lad les' hats cleaned" Old ladies young ladJeB.-.perfect-ladies; and ladies. BLINDJLEAD'ING THE BLIND love Is blind, which r-ay'accoun for the fact that many people ge married before they notice that no For Rent signs are visible IT PAYS TO BUY -STANDARD MAKES SO TIRES WILL LAST Buying autom'oMlo tires Is HSe hny VrucK owncrt using pnen Ing tgge All looi matlc have found that It is the bad ones look as good as the good to Bivo hla spare tires an occas1 ones, and the "no-name" tlrei aa well lotlal iose ot- work, that Is to say, as the product ot which any manufac lne tires around BO that each i s m turer may well proud In turn gets a chance {o act the The "gyp" tire may have all 'the Part ot Light and atmos beauty and symmetry ot tbe nal'on spheric condllfons an ill-eftect ally known tire and be made ont rubber, and in many cases tho ot shoddy.' Tt Is not reasonable Waro Is damaged more .than the believe that a motorist can get a ln actual service good" as a standard for half the price A A A A In tire mileage It Is not first costs LIMIT OF THE LAW v FOR YOUNQ CARTHIEF but costs perrniile.' Add ing tbe "cost of repairs to-the chase price and dividing b> the mile- age, will quickly convince even the moat confirmed bargain hunter. ANTICIPATE DELAYS- la cold weather especially, no one likes to have.tire trouble. It Is the bugaboo of winter 'driving. -How- ever, most of this tire trouble may ba avoided Buffalo in-.the right direction In its "re- cently, takon, to combat the pandemic of auto thieving. No sentenc" can be secern enough for this class ol law-breaker, A 20-year-old lad wag recent- THE MARCH pF PROGRESS One of the theatrical producers i: which1 there are The world Is Injr better Some day even tl male quartettes may disappear. THAT DEAR'PARIS They tell me naiv.that gav Paree Is naughtier, than It used to be Can this be so! I do n6t'know, But ie It s true, it.Beems to me If must be letter than Pafee" Prepare for frozen ruts and rough that city slippery roads hy gelling''your tires in Irf perfect conditlor now Stave off trouble by sensible precautions. Hava >our llreg Inspected and necessarj re pairs made by a competent flre Eur geon. HInis should be and wheels tested for'- .Inner lubes Inspecled'and the inside of the dusted with talc rtoto o g Iho said 'We wish Ihls to-be a lesson (o those of you who think the law will be lenient. TVo are fm- posing the full penally the- law allows, and will continue to do Merely Passing Through ff( pected Penod of Tcmpor- 10 Ii n< cause for lhe nlarm which has beei. clothing manufacturer? who can are enjoy good pros Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases The Store That Hat the Best in Town i business is our business, and we have been is large and our prices are the ALBERTA SADDLERY CO LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA hand over the goods business 'with pects" for next spring according to A A Sandeman, managing dlrcc tor of the firm o( K A Smajl Coirtpinj Ltd., lhe maiiufacturors ol Pit-Roform Clothing, who discussed ths altaatlon Wltli }ho Stnr, this tnornlag Mr lliat diir Ing the ncriAl befwefen the selling sei sons; hianufaclurlng naturally not iivfuH swing. At lhe present time; he suited, lhe manutaclurers of lhe uoor er qnality clothes aro having a slack time because "Ihe public demands lhe higher quality of clolhlng" The rea for tho slowness ot the market for clotnlnR this h4u, been 'the.late 71659 of Ins of ths cold weather Now that this Is beginning S'-it iu He1 asstfrod the [ride (a becoraing brisk igairt l ;Byfcn with advance bf 'nMes once more nnd the graduaLiretilrn of Iho rfrado (o normM winter anil fall cotidl lions, Mr Sandemati acknoivledged that trade Is not ffufte. on sueh'a good tooting as .It has been in the naat at I this season. There haa been a very I slight reduction In the prices of wool- lens from thfl English and Scotch ho staled, but this has not anylhlng like as much as some wholesalers and Importers would have us believe. In his opinion, this drop had.rot been more Ihon about 5 per cent.' he added, "some man- ufacturers have eul Ihelr prices, In- cluding .our own firm, bill ultimately 'dither wages will have (o comn down or the rale and volume ot production- must Increase. ''At the present moment I cannot do belter than echo the slatements ot I a well-known pollllclsii, who said, in Ulking of manufaclurlng, that thcri 'was not enough rpp? produced In Eng- all the pessimists who exist during a norlod nmnorter of AGE NINE (hat there Ii no reason to be alarmed at the existing 6'tuatlon In the cloth- ing trade and that there is fair wea- ther for trade was M' Lanl gan, Campbell Manufac'uring Company Mr. TLanigin itated that he had not- ed with surprise the statement that except fpr .'small'- manufacturers em- ploylug.ten to twelve men, ulth tho eotceptlo'a of two. factories, clothlbg men are' doing no business." This Is not Irue, Us claimed. His opinion was that trade was merely passing th'roujh a natar.il and to be expected, period of '-tipressioa from'which it would re- cover. Aid T D Girpux has resigned as the'representative'of the Pembroke West Ward because of BelllDg to the "Til land for Dart, purposas Into a Crockery Teapot Put a of the genuine for every TWO cups; Pour on freshly BOILING fof iiv THE Success and Health in a boxof Milbunte "Tf AINT heart never won fair ah old proverb, but certainly a A true one, and it is equally certain tnit faint hearts accomplish Very k little in any other patl) of life. ISusiness Controllers, Statesmen add Profesiionai- Lead ers are men of stout hearts. They are careful to repair the waste caused by continual strain upon'their mental and physical system. There" are still thousands among our own population who ignore the heart, the most important ot all organs. All toilet tables find room for some many find room for a box or two of Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills. Their users are the wise ones who know the necessity of keeping the heart a well heart there are no nervous complaints or ailments of any kind. _ _ Grateful people all over Gtasda convey the facts of regained health through 1 the use of Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills. Read this one, chosen at random from thousands: MILBURN'S HEART NERVE PILLS Maxwell, Woodboaw Alfa., writeti I w.i trmy when I fat faeirt trouble. 1 The two dcctpri told mo Hurt litlU hope for to (tl betl.r., I doctored with othtr but irlth oo relief, year afrieixi told n, to Iry MHhnrB'i Hemrt Nerve F III. I Bl him it the time, ud told bin they were only fike, but M I (ot I Ihought I woald it, hoi I hive t.ken in bout, tint they ire lhe ind I.feel if I were aew I nra ell thuk tbem, th.l with a few more boiei I wjll he well l T r- 'I To your, nearest druggist is but a short distance. He will hand you the key to good health and box o! Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, or send 50c. and thev will be mailed direct by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. ANNUAL SALE of WALL PAPERS Two Monday, all i our fine stock of Wallpapers will be of-' fered at from 20c to SOc a roll. These papers are worth up to We must reducf the stock to make room for the spring goods which have start-' ed to arrive. .The.early shoppers will get the best selections and bargains. Wellington Bros; DECORATORS SHERLOCK BLDQ. ;