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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK HAll.l HKflrMJJ TUKSDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1911) PARIS DAILIES PUBLISH FOLLOWING STRIKE to uiands of ui thioh fjvs they will rvvUL- for lue just de- PARIS. DM. P-irii! ren-epapei-i, which during ihe prm- BOLSH'ES WILL sirike combined lo Issue iV EXCHANGE PRISONERS Presse tie publisJuM from their own Eoaw [he ru j KQMK. Cac. Throasil Interven- declare they couli! haw illou by the ihc- Dol.'lieflS fov- Ihe strike, b'-l Jolaed 'E.-En-.eni of has agreed 10 an :Vlth the ofte' joure-Ii lo the oJ or wlih folWarlly o! Ihe press and (a site- r I'oiaud. AniMg a (eo- its moral The slrlXc ed by Ihe eichicee Archbishop llopp not change the Oeiaocratic atll- ot Mol-ilev. ivho 'lude ot ihe remirts Ihe 10 already rcurned ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE "ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" PHONC Utt IN'TMEFIUI Tor Colds, Pan, Httdirfif, Sranl-fpftckftge which cfnlaim complete di- Tootliaehe, and for rcclions. Then YOU are "citing real i, Lmntngo, ScUlict, Nra-1 peuuirc pre- Ukft Aeptria with the unbed by fcr over nicc- 'Asirin' at "1 or TTJU we not taking cnJj Teats. Now maile in 'if tin 12 iab- .yer Tiblets of lit: coit but few Druggists _. an tniDrbtea ;ell larger Ton mnst la CtssdO ft irsa-jtic et pnbHc I rell Tabl-ts ot SWITCH TO "CASGARETS" THEY DONT SHAKE YOU UP! I .1 Regulate Your Liver and Bowels Without Griped, Sickened or Inconvenienced Being 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular monthly meet lug ot tha Slkofcoioki Chapter, I. 0. D. E. will bo held In the Y. M. C. A. auditorium at S tonight. The C. TV. B.-'M. meeting ol the Chris [lau whfch to have teen held at [he home ol .Mra. Van Blarcom will meet with Mrj. J. M. HoseT 1306 Tin Ave. south, ou VweJ- cesflay afternoon at 2.30. The Joint social, commHtco ot iho' Loyal Order of Moose and lha women of Ihe Moosoaearl Legion, wlll.meftt at Ihe hoaie of Mrs. Geu. Williams, 61S 6th Street south, Tuesday evening, net-ember 2nd ct S o'clocfe prorupL The. Ladles' Aid ot M'eslev church Kill col meet Ihla week owrliij lo-the bazaar being held. The next meeting wili be held on Wednesday, December IClh, ID the ladles parlor_ ot the church. Tho members ot iho Loyal Order of Moosi1. Chapter X'o. 792 and. Women'of 'Legion Chapter Xo. 32S are reminded of .Ihe sprlaMp be held 11 Moose Hall on Wednesday evening, December 3rd, at S p.m. The' Isd5es wlH please bring the relreEhnitMils., v LADY ASTOR TAKES SEAT v LOXDOX, Dec. Aslor took the oath as memler of tbe house of commons this atteraoou. Thero was a great outburst of applansc she- approaching tho sjieakcr, and agaia irheii she the rolL Her sponsors were David Lloyd George, Ihe premier, and A. J.'fialfour, lord presl dent of the council. Lady-Asior.-wore 3 black dress and hat. Viscount Aslor, the hnshand of the %w member cf Ihe house, was seated in the distinguished "strangers' gallery to the public gallery tor to- day's session hare been. In great de- mand. So great lias teen the rush thai It had risen quite impossible to accommodate nearly all of the appli- cants. il today from Bucharest. It was ac- compauletl by n reiwrt ilint iho fiu inpnlaix cabinet bad resigned. Hun Dec. suprenis coun- cil, wllli Pwnler Clemeuceau prcald- UF. todiy refuseJ tho Jueo Slav ro auest (or cost mines-o( Hun- gary, leavlnr their disposllloii lo the reparations committee. The council resume J examtuailou of ;ho disiribuliou of Ihe German hearing Georges Lcygues, inister ol marine. The prln- Treaty of Fiume Will Therefore Be Signed by Demolish Hun Fleet PAHIS, Dec. supreme com- il decided today that tno question or lutne should not be settled la Ihe peace treaty, but bo re- crvcd for dual-decision by the allied and ossociaieO Tbls tlimiti- ilcs auy objections on iho part ol itber the Italian3 or the JuEO-SLaxs o sismne tlie treaty ol Kiume. Reply Received PARIS, reply to ho ulttoiatuiQ of ice supreme council lenmndlng a specific setting forth or Rumania's attitude has not yet been narie public. It Is kaown tbnt a long elegnni was received by the conn- end head- ;ache, End constipation -ly you're ncTer eren inconTenlencwd- iTlere is ind none ot the "after1 etfedsol Elegant that add a graceful touch to youi They fit well, tool good condition us Iho ivarshltu; she was unable to con- strucl during the war. Discussion toutinues ivjih regarj to Iho Hliotiueuts of materials (or tiie of lUe (jerman sbips. for clple of geuej-al demolition of the "erniftn warships WAS maintnlocd. but ranco will receive 10 submarines hi I v REDUCES SALARY TORONTO, pac. Sur says 'ihat Premier Drury has reduced his salary from to 59.000. A ,y-> FOURTEEN TEAMS TIED IN 6-DAY. BIKE QRINO SKW YOHK. Dee. FouUecn teams lu the sli day bike TLICO lEon Stiuarc Uarclca' were sllll at S o'clock IhJa the 22nd hour. They Lad rovcrcd'c'll miles flvq at that time Tlie Ftoneh-isclsian of. Cbardou and Tibcrghlea had (altcn one lap bchldd tho others, vhu were led by. Drobarii. 01' Iho Uoslou team. Tho recurd for Iho 32ml hour la 706 mites one lap. made by Law- sou uml Itoot in 1515. Hire Calomel, Saltf, -slckcnhig Oil or crampiDg- Pills. Terabit take Cascar- ets and get of tjie- bowel and lirer potaoci whicb is keeping you miserable (md skt Csscarets and ffork'irhlle you v v Cottage, Prayer Meetings Captain J. E. Hughson, B. A., B. D. WILL DELIVER HIS LECTURE ENTITLED "ON THE HEELS OF THE HUN" OR WrTH THB BRITISH FORCES ON THE BANKS OF THE RHINE; (N WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH On FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 5 AOMIMtON SOc COMMENCING AT O'CLOCK CHILDREN Me United Church. Wednesday, Decem- ber 3rd, 'at S o'clock. District No. Lackenbys, 51. Leader, 3lre. District Xo. H- H. Bruce. J215 Avc. Leader, MTJ J- B. Gray. Dlatrici. Xo Lindsay's, 412 I2ln SL D. Leader, Mr. H. D. John- ston. District Xo. Harts, 523 12Lh SL. C- Leader, >Er. WestcdL District No, Harlemans, ISIS 6th Are. A. Uader, Mr. A. Lable. meetings aro held'In connec- tion with the National Church For- ward Morement. Jlembera and adherents are request- ed to.attend some one o[ theFe meet- inE5 preferably the one within their district. IB. ii mm AUCTION SALE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WADDWGTOirS AUCTION ROOMS lomoppow, Wednesday COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. AS ABOVE. A CONSIGN- WENT OF tUPERIOR FURNITURE Inclttdms: AUraclive DINING SUITE, fumed, comprising buffet; rotrad eilenaion tabls nnrt sti ol fumed oak den Uble; fumed oak rtcfcer; fumed aid leather roclcer; couch In fumed oak; handsome FUMED OAK ClIIKFCOiTBR; S drawer FUMED OAK DkESSBR Trllh b6-relle4 Tnfnci; DBH dress, er and HOUND TABLE INLAID TO.P; rat; Iwo gooJ carpet squares; TOMED. OAK BEDROOM ROCK- ER; motor high-speed washing mwhlne; new wringing machine; half Tlollo and two brass enamel hcds, continuous poaU with ill slcel fprinjj; .irtille enamel bed wllh all Bleel nprfnse: child's cot and maltress; lounEo chair; nearly new McClary cook range; OSTEHMOOH MATTREas, 4 fl. 6 In., In Al condition; two floohte wool-faced ruttresccs, 4 ft. 6 In.; CABINET SlNCiUn. BEU'INO MACHINE, neirly ner; Iceberg refrigerator; 6 pairs lit pllloiri; half down elecirlc (ron; child's wagon; i 3. crocks; wasnlhhs; books; pictures; oteiuiflB, ele. Atoo ipleodld (ov PlAiVOFORTB by MASON RISCH, In ud 'COLUMBIA QHAKO.VOL.A, cabinet, and'about 40 records.. PHONES WITHOUT RtSERVE" TONIOHT 7 TO t, COME AROUND. In Maidenhood, Womanhood and Motherhood Lccdoiu many years Dr. Piorw'a Fs-.vorile PrcjcriptioD Lu my I hare likea it :'oi- the ailtncnta to TCCm- anhooJ and before and after rnother- hood, and it zJirsya pro red cicclleal. I have also Prescription' lo maoy Inendi who good IT u tho Ixst medicine I taoT7 of today mond St. SAVED HER LIFE SL iraa in a very miserable rrfaen I flrsl lUrtcd taking Dr. Golden Medical eovfciy Eind Dr. Ptcrce's Favorite Prescrip- tion siilccQ j-eara m REGINA, Dec, Leader Eay? Tbe poaslblilfy of a strike of On Bfg Union- adherents Irr the Drum heller coal mines Is forecasted in in formation which reached the cltj yesterday. In the event ol fiucli ac (Ion being 'Laken, It would only af- fect one mtr.o. In the Dnimheller, fields, hut there would be the poa-i alblllly of It spreading Lo tbc Lcth-' fields, where tne One Dig Union 13 comparatively Elrong. The Information states thai O.U.U, men In Ihe Dnimhejler fields are en- deavoriog lo secure recognition of their from the mine op- erators who have fcfused to meet tbe "demands, Tho men, It Is slat- threatened to lake a .slrlfcc I vote at a convention (o bo held In Cal- gary on December 1. 0, B, U. Not Recognized The majority of the mines In the Drurnheller district arc operated by union affiliated with the United Mine 'Workers' association, un organization wbTch la In conflict with the One Hlh' Union. Tbc mlRB operators recog- nize the U; M, oT hul no recog- nition Is given lo the O. II. U., and U h on Ihe Issue that the only mine In the field largely operated D, U. men Is concerned. Local dealers slate (he fuel sllu- atton h such at-the present tfmc that Ihcy could not afford to bavc the output of even one mine enul off i or curtailed, and they alen point out thai In the event ol a strike develop- ling in the Drurrhcller field, Ihere would be a risk of-the O.I1.U. men In the Ixsthlmclfco aiea being drawn In. aciakiJ noJ Keak. a young woman my doctor ihought I was going through critical stage ol llfo, but after these rcm-dica my atfencth lelurned, onolher child came and from lhat time on my health perfect urid my r-dghl increased, f really believe that Dr. Pkrco'a remediica swcd my life and I ahJI ftlwayi praisa thorn 33 lone as I ELIZA OVERIIOLT, 43 Btawh St. Favorite FrettripliM] abould hiTc the full confidenoo of cvi-ry wcrrao in Canada because it contsins no alcohol narcotic. Dr. Piwce.ineiv, whco be first made Oiis Ftitidaid nicdicinp, whistcy Rnd moijilune acd eo bis clwaj-3 tcpt (hem out of hla rcmodiw. Send 10c to Dr- ricioc's Invalids' Hold. N. Y-, for '.rid puiaKe Tablets. HAROLD ROLPK WINS LONDON, Dec. At- wood, formerly of Ihe Canadlah forces, wag knocked out last nlgH fn roinij but' an- other former Cana'dlaniTlftrbld'.'Rol 'npat JJoh of Olirp Kolph won declared (lie trlmicr hi thi round of a rumlahJne coalcit, On Head., CrossandFrelfiil. Hair F'ellOut, oU btad koUe In Itetk irf end in week h broke out In ringworms. The ilngwormi wcrt luge and there 'wae on her head, and ber would bleed, She wu -rtrj aosa fmful 6i tnd licr Vir WM Ulllng oul. "I uaed CuLlajri and Olot- ment, And after 1 had uoed one cf Cutlcura Soap acd two bon of CuLkuii Olntro-rt ihe Feb. Cutlcati Socp, Olotmtnl Talcom lor ill toilet OUR Mono Small Prcfiti, Quick Return. Refore ranklni your Chrltt- mjat ouf Btort our.prices. T, A. ROGERS, 13th N. Blue Car to Door The Advantage Of Shopping Early For The Holidays Are Greater This Year Than Ever Before AT THE DAYLIGHT STORE STOCKS ARE AT THEIR BEST RIGHT ARE ARE UNUSUALLY SERVICE IS MORE'CAREFUL THAN IT 13 POSSIBLE TO MAINTAIN DURING THE LATER RUSH DAYS. THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF RE. PLACING MANY LINES OF MERCHANDISE AFTER PRESENT STOCKS ARE SOLD IS AN ADDED INCENTIVE TO EARLY SELECTION ESPECIALLY TO THOSE WHO WOULD CHOOSE FROM THE FINER GRADES. OUR ENTIRE STORE A TREASURE HOUSE OF FASCINATING AND USEFUL PRESENTS FOR EVERY MEMBER. IS OF THE HOUSEHOLD. Velvet Bags A GIFT SUGGESTION YclrpL bags of all sites, sljlos and tiual-' Hies are hero in rare assortments. Sonic of all silk chiffon- velvet, olhtrs nrc of velvet combined with gold or em- bruidereO silk. Souic arc mounted on Trames of silver; others or fine slioll. SomiV have scijarato outside compartmeDl for mirror and" powder puff. Prices range from up to DANCE AND PARTY FROCKS A party is not n party without a. damly youthful frock to help one look cue's best." Among tho many, many UDW aucl beautiful dresses in our slock 15 almost surii. to ba Ihe very one you have wish to find. Exceptional Group of Ladies' Fine Have Just Arrived Today The popularity of thtse new styles causes HE to wish tbai our stock was at least triple in quantity. They are made in differ- ent styles from any others we hare shawii this season from the flnest'of Some are embroidered in unusual designs, otlicrF arc trimmed with braid in artistic designs. Each and every one new atyles. Come and see iheni. You'll be plcaecd trith our styles. and our The Weather Has Come and Your Fur Coat IS HERE MARMOT COAT Mflrmo'v Coal style, colliir anil cutfs ot Hudaoii A good wearing (ur. find fine ftrPcarancc. iteg- ular }157.00, Special, -thin fn lOU.UU HUDSON SEAL COAT Ladies' Hiiilson Heal Coat well llntj wiin fancy silk of goofl quality. 36 Incli length. Kcgubr I37S.M. Snecltl Ihln You'll find our compk-lo and Lho iiuallty. finish, anil Elylcs all Ilia! could desired. FUR COAT SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK NATURAL RAT COAT Ladles' Natural Colored Mushrnt Coal, In full length and wldo1 SMC-sn, belt and col- lar. This coat Ifi .worth today fluJ more. Special Sale this 1 O C ftA wcok IjJiUU LADIES'RAT COAT ladles'- quality Nu. Itat. alisolule- ly natural color and fino rich dark trimmed with collar Find cnCfs of beat Hudson Worth totlay -5276.00. OAA An Spccinl I his week................ 6WW.VU HUDSON SEAL COAT Dcjt uuallty of lino Xo. 1 lluuson Sell in rtyle and well, mnde-und well trlmmsd -.vllii rkh silk lining. Hcgular 90C ftfl K35.00, Srcclal this.week........ HUDSON SEAL COAT 'J'lifB Is an i-xtra .fino quality of Ifud.wn .S'jel .ivllfi large collar of finest Heaver HDI! tufla to, maloh. with pmsy willow silk in prelly dcflgn. Itogular lo o St50.0D, Spccinl tHa J3U.UV CORRECT DRESS FOR yWOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY THE NEW. THINGS ;