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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, ORCRMftRR 1, 1919 OAH.T PAGE NTOE WYANOONEAIAIII lin -As ifce Treity ol tlwA MS yjljarls IB eipccled to bo -InilK etl ou will only onlr. rouialn Turkey Vlti irhlch lie EIB-j liU IcgisUtloQ br tpro o tsslb- plrj iHIJ tn at-TTir irSea tin Jj I aiaAUtTV vv m Twa .rldirV are Hint oa'naBt k) .wWiioJl unUl Lho the btrfy of powws hato como lo AocUloo .wast- .'thfl prohibllJoo, nceiUiB TuiUah qQoaUon. sayinjj chore >T" V'.' _________' _____. _ Hay --'flfa Gownimini -irlll haveVipiaBUtT liiy to slllp Icfbtnotlde (inneri In hay should bo reidr Ho ID- IhS- course of- two vrwks. 11 irUl coA bolweeo HW ina per. ton: FonuurB 3 not im- qnent tminner, taking w his subject. mcdmlcly released. the on winch the order is round- U. S. CRITICIZES MEXICO SEVERELY Dec. Re- ufcwing 11 B request {or tho im- v mediate rcleass ot Consular Agent Jenkins, imprisoned at Pucbla, Lhe latest 'Americnn note lo Mexico made public here loday arraigns the Mex- ican government's conduct ia 5everc terms iiurt characicrlzea It as a studied ntempt Lo en- snare Uic American consular agent In the Intricacies ol proceedingi. No ultimatum .-ivas and uo indication givc-n oE what the United Staics Koveniinenr's course ed, Dtimon.and Pjlhtas. Ilro. Donahue took his hearers back lo the olden j davs In Greece, and In his remarks i brought to thsir Imag-nat'on the con- dition which existed fit the lirao this great drama enacted, goinE on to show the great principles on which] Ihe order Is founded. Thq ..sneaker brought forcibly Lo Ihe attention of his hearers, thnf the order .stands for true frtendahlp', Is exemplified in the fart that although it Is hardly fifty-six- years sinre the order waa found fed it has a membership of over In concluding hla re "narks said it wan Mg Intention to hare district conrcn- tlons held throughout ttic -Domain AlberU. M. was the CALGAHY, Dec. Honor J Leslie Jcnuison. senior district cour judge, Calgary, died early Monda morning at tlio family resldunce, a short Illness." Judge WiuLcr adjourn ed Ihfl district and criminal court Ibis morning, out oi respect to th next speaker'pt the'evening his ol Ihe judge. jject being, "Art.and ils Jnfliienro in the.lodge TOOTfl'.'VTJie sneaker painted this subject TTIS one. lhat was 'uppermost.-'hi the minds of every one al'. the-pVescjiL" time, art and its .fluence, noL.o'nly In lodge rooms but lu Glasgow, Nova Scotia, for mor jail Walks of life. ;The speaker iventjtbaii 20 lie was born at Wa tin to show, Ihe efffect that arl haa on i ion, Hnnts county, Nova Scotia, SD the human taking as an Giam-joE ChrisLopher'alnd Isabella Jennlson pie the historic cathedrals ot Europe I and .pointing out the feeling of awe I p-nd-lsinlrEUoa ot anyoiio on onleHns VANCOUVER HOTEL being confronlcil by art that slants, but vreSomlnant on all Fiflcs. The wholo theme of the specter's address was how'to .make the Influence of art- felt In the lodge room, nnd pointed out that one ot tho best wars waa to have Ihosa rooms lastefully tdccoraled with that harmonlzo, and afo pleasing to the eye, give Lhe dse Jennison came, to Calgary 1911 and practiced law with K. G Craig up until fCpvember. 1915, vrhc he was appointed to the hench. Prlo to coming here he practiced law a MENACES LIVES OF 100 GUESTS; ALL ARE SAVE! lotfge room a homelike appearance, i and ycju will have solved the difficulty that la experienced in gctllng the mcniliers (o attend meetings, The next speakeV was Dr. C. F. P. onybaare. S.-R., lift? siib'cct fcplne jlhiojilsm as being instrumental in the world betterment. To all who Jmow Dr. Conyhcare anrt his ahlllty as a speaker wo mlehl aa? that he excelleJ himself on this oc- casion. The speaker hrousht lo hear the fact that at tho present time the world waa full or tumult anil discon- tent, anrt U Is the duty of every one of vast throng of Pythtnns through- out the world to aid In making' (his old irorld of onrs a belter (.'o llvo In. TIiTa Ihe saM wis llio VANCOUVER, Dec. which cndsngfired the lives of more than 100 guests and did ap- proximately SiOjOQG'damage, broke otct Ih.the Stirling hotel, on Cor- dova street, at o'clock thla More than a dozen .men and women had to be res- cued by the firemen, while scores of Women, children and men were forced to rush Into the Etreels In their night attire. No one was Injured. NEWSPAPER.STRIKE IN MADRID AVERTE MADRID, Dec. ncv.5papers and tho union of new paper employees signed nn-aerccmei this morning at 4'q'clock, by which In stliinlfon which came near great thought In the mind of -Inside in a strike yesterday was comprom II. Jlalhhone when he founded Iho Pythian Order. Dr. Conyheare urged on hl3 Lcarers tho neccsaUy or lading a more acllvo part In the national problems or Ihe iscd. The employees agreed lo resun pending negot'alions. Demani vforc made by the employees last Mo day lor an Increase in wages and General newspaper strike was lns that when every ono wnsled llcre yesterday. -All workers ha- to (i common cfaim, llic to Ihejr duties untl ncn InmillL and distress In evidence on [papers will be published during l! every hand today would ho a thing of JcoiTSC ot the doy. Iho past, The Gr.intl oUlcera prcstvit al Ihbj conrcndon were, Ur. C. F. P. Cony- uoare, H. II.. A. .1. H Donahoc, Qrnnd Chancellor. 3. niichanan, Q. P.; L. A, Parry. G.K. R.S., I. Tftylor, G. M. A.; E. M. Swalles, D. a, M. Oao feature of !1ic nroprnm was the competition fn Jinrls of the ivork, aullahln, prizes being given. which wero all won hy mrmfoors of Damon Lorlgo Xo, 11, Xobleforrt, f During tho flvcnlni? tliG Conaerva-' tory Orchestra furnished splendlil music nnrt Bro. J. Tluchnnan fav-; orcil Iho mcmhora with vocal sclccl- j tons. At the close of Iho convention re- j frcahinenla ivero served, ami ail- Journed nt 2 a.m. wltli the singing of, 1 "Thry -are Jolly Ooofl Fellows" anil I tho tynUonnl Anlheni. I 'The next convention bn nt Darons, Ihe first Frkby in July. The olflcpra arc as 1'rostrlent. J, A, flow, C. B. N'claon, llarons1; Secretary-Treasurer, W. Taylor, nscnillvc commltleo, J. A. Cow of Harems, A. Neldlg of Lethhrldsc. Wnortror'n of Lcthbrlilge, A. II, Swnln of Clarts1 holm, W. J. Buchanan of Noblcford. A Office return ahofvs thai honors conferred, exr.lnslvo of Iho Force, uuirtbtir a rjinrlcr of a mlllloii. Including the Victoria Cross, blB, Cojnpanlons of St, Michnrl find St. tleorgo, Distinguished Service Order, Order of Iho Hrltlsh nillifnry division. find Mill- mry Medal, A General MEETING of Supporters of MEECH Candidate for of Public Works Will- fle Held TUES.0EC.2nd AT COMMITTEE ROOMS, D. E. HARRIS'S co. OFFICE, Third Arc. S. Uato Vlrtorr l.or.n All .who arc hiterc.ncil In for Mr, Mccch'a ro-clMlIon nro IliTilcil. SHE CALLED OFF wo-Day Tie-Up BrougM to a Close By Adi on of Brotherhood KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Dec. rlke of railroad 6Trttchnieti hlch becaji Sunday, was tailed of! j the s'.riktrs today, following Tote taken at a mass meeting of Irlbere which lasted ualll far Into Lo night. The strikers nil! return. work this morning. Reasons lor the decision were not, rthcomlng, liuL IL was understood lal en announcement at the meeting G. W. Anderson, ol Clevoland, a' ce-presldent of the Brotherhood of: ailroad Trainmen, strike ivas naulhorfzed and laat strike tencflls oulU be withheld, had much to do 1th the final action. Dissatisfaction with the present age Ecnlo and wilt Lhe outcome of ia recent conference of national un- n officials In Cleveland was respons- ble for the strike. It is said. The wo-day walkout of the men par- lyzcd freight service ID tho local ards. I to be careful to maintain order so ihal no protest (or using forco agalast them mlghi be given. All precau- Uuua baio been Ihe authorl- lies. ONE MORE DEATH SLEEPING .MOTHER LOCKOUT IN BARCELONA BARCELONA, NOT. ploy en ere hare decided to. declare auuiucr ckout, licglnnlng Lomorrow, and sya- calists Iiave agreed to declare a ciicral slriko 24 hours later, should lockout order become effective. Vorkmcu. liavc been ordered to urc; ent ihemselres at factories tomorrow DON'T WAITFOR HEADACHES TO WEAR OFF Drive tlietn off. They wont care Ihcmselfes. And hwdaches and. Neu- ralgia, if not stopped at first, rctura with increased freqnmcj and develop into dangerous cbronic trouble, DOMINION C. D. Q. (in the red boi) a reliable remedy for headache end neuralgia. It eisca Ihe pain, brcats np colds and grippe; and helps to ketp the 6y5ltm clean and orderly. H you are subject to attacks of bead- :he or nenfalgia.'nnj want qaict relief isfce DOMINION C. B. Q. "Bromide and Sold by nil druggists ha the red box. The National Drag tad Chemical Co. Dl Cicada. For NEURALGFA nd HEADACHE DOMINION Ci B.Q. 25c. Gray Hair Ended .In From 4 to 8 Days Science his dli- .covered Ibe nar for to III nnturnl col- or, Itlaof.'eredto, Tvornin, In 3tary T.Goldman'Bact- tnliric Hair Color Ittatorer. And1 use ibis Bcieniillc hair Ihe 5 am 9 Elmplf corabMary T.finlMinan'a Ihroufh tho hair. Jnlrom Scientific Hiiip Color Jfatartf This Test Conylnces the eoucon for a HCal bolt Is ftB-J Our special comb. Be auto p'v.i nact color ol your hair. TIT It on loch of Italr. Compare lha sal I a, and the plemro ol orltir vrlth lie old var, Bend In Ihe coupon norf. MAHV T. HOT GDMmaaniddSLI'aur, Mi For by J. D. Lid, SICKNESS WINNIPEG, more from "sleeping slcknest." occurred here today, when a young girl luccumbrd lo the dls- eair. This maVrs D total pf 10. and 36 here to date. BRITISHER MAKING TIME LONDON', Dec. 1. Roas Smith. Ihe British -nho U making A flight to Anitrallt, Arrived at oq Thurs- day aa.4 proceeded on Friday. Ueat. Poulcl, Iho French mill- Uiy n.Jiio.-, nt.o :ci; bla elr- drome near Paris on Oc'.. 13 and also haviLE Melbourrio as his objectiie, arrived in U on Thurcday. leaving lhat elfr on Saturday. Letter of Introduction to the Public WE WISH TO INTRODUCE TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH YOUR COLUMNS THE NEW DECORATING COMPANY TO BE KNOWN AS The PYRAMID DECORATING Co. FIRST, WE WISH TO GIVE SEVERAL OF THE REASONS WHY WE OPEN A BUSINESS OF THIS NATURE. A seasonal trade, when the season is about closed. Our first and primary reason lor opening another Decorating Shop i? our undaunted faith in Ihe future development of clie Southern part o[ this vroTfnce and with it lio erowth o[ a beautiful luduttrfel centre, tho cily ol LclbbridKe. N'one ol .ihe ordinary reverses wWcJi all countries pass Ihroucn in Ihclr carlv deveJopuieut sutflclent lo shatc our faith in the great future .T.-hirh lies just ahead of tils vast prairie country with all of its possibilities, faenca, qur rsafon and belief In liolU tbe oiiiniriunuy and Iho need for the institution of a Dcconitlng Shop rjurb aa purpose lo build. Secondly, We H'lsh to have and Ehall have a part, in tho great educational campaign which started fomo years ago In. llio Untied Slates and slnco the ivar in Ifac fair Dominion Canada in Ihb painting 1 to quote a ieiv" wonls from an address. delivered he-fore Ihe Ottawa Urancli, SocJctj- of Chemical on February 20lh, 1310. by S. J. Cook, D.A., Public AnsJrsl, Otlnwa, an excerpt: "The paint Industry ia doing a Jflrpe part in steiimlng the tiilfl economic ivastc and in the United Stales and CaaEda, tho paint manufacturer A' associations have under taken to educate Iho -public about paint. Its nature, uses and value as a protective agent, ID this country the campaign advocating the greater use of paint rais really onlr been brought to the public In very recent years. "For n'iav.y years a good paint JITIS understood lo be white lead grouud in linsned oil and lliinneil to the proper consistency for application Tvith brush TTith more linseed oil. There is no such. ready niiMd paint today. It seems lhat for moat purposes no EjQgle pigment is considered 03 good as a miiture and that the iQlcllifient combination of pigmenls produces 'HIE bCEL results, "II is nevertheless true thai White Lead, the oldest of our plfl- ments and the only one known, and used for a thousand years, it'll constitutes the predominant and most favored basic pigment In use- As a primary coat on wood, particularly when it contains more oil than would normally bt used, white lead cannot he excelled. Space Tvill not permit me to quole more, though 1 have In my possession much valuable Information (but suffice lo say that It anyone lliioks lhat or 540.00 saved on lire inillal cost of paint- lag a building and use some one o[ QIC many inltluras on tho market today, inslead of insIsUng on pure lead and they tave another guess coming.) 1 have in. mind severnl houses painted since- my, coming to L.2lhbridgc less Ihan two years and some ot the boards are bare already. Science and experiment bavc provtd tilings of lale lu Ihe painUug business, and It is our plan lo make use of. luls valuable fcnoivieiiee. have somo of the latest and best information available In. -regard to all at the pa lot a on Ihe market and Tvill be pleased iq-.UJfc this matter over .with any patrons who arc considering hating their buildings painted. Underlying this great educational campajffri is the need of coa-. fidence. This :a the greatest need of humanity. It has been brought lo our notice quite forcibly through tlio advertisement ThoSLclhr bridsc HcnUd Job Printing Dcpt. wlilch has been running recently, iii llic paper. ;1 "Place your nest printing order nn the hasis of confideDce.'1 That Is what we need in all lines of business, "and Lraltora to 'such confidence when it is ptacc-u afu lower Ihun traitors lo A country." arc in favor of an educational campaign in this direction in all -business .enterprises and purpose to cstahliEh a, businosH In our-.. pHirlliio on lha basis of cOuEideiice, and appreciation of that deuce manifeslcd in lha workmanship anfl Hie- quality ot material ui'ort. Then wo prefer lo catit our for bellcr or for In'' a-'1 country that is slHl In the making and believe that the joy, Ihfa inspiration am] oppLrrtunily JOT a lite of usefulness as well as 3 life of prosperity Is worth lha cost ami sacrifice that so with il. Wo slaml first. last and all the time tor Iho highest and- best things; for the great moral nnd spiritual princlnles that go to niaho up an Ideal human society, and are Endeavoring to play "our part ir the realization of lhat Ideal. Most of our time with the exception of seven years lias been spent In (he decorating txadc. Wo have settled In LethLridge lo staV and arc open for anything in onr We have purchased an equip- ment that la the best in the cily, we can challenge our comnelitore this respect- As lo workmanship nronniut itlll for we knor (hat llmo aud experience is the only Judgment public will except hut we are thankful ive can For (hose who care are 'jleaeail to give for references The D. J. Eyor Co.; BlwabiV, Minn., irilh'whbni we served as forcmtiu for two years and superintended several man- Iclpal buildings; also Ihe Xorth Dakota Decorating Co., Yirfo, NbrtU 'Dakoln, with whom we serrefi for-thrce yeara, We will bo 'lo figure with you at any We do noi care lo InHId up our business OT the- downfall of any competitor but' on tho Increarcd business which will gradually come with the of the country and city. Look for our advertisement on anotbV page. YOURS FOR SUCCESS, -if" E. L. COPELAND, DIRECTOR PHONE 1903. Notice to Curlers! Now is the time to have your Rocks Set. We make you a TRUE RUNNING STONE Lethbridge Monumental Works 8th Street South Curlers Get Prompt Attention ;