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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY r^fiRALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER By G; McManus NOT fttCK- \OUl.U NOT ; your radiator and do good Work if repair^ are needed at ^ talnimum cost ANDY "The RadiatoV Man" 418 Fifth Street South ^t�l Repair Work JHA'NDL'ebf PROMPTLY AND '� CAREFULLY 'storage ACCBSSORiES Central Garage PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, eor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 8., Lethbridge H. POWLING W. S. COOK SERVICE STAtlON ^Attention, Motorists I-Vour battery needs very care �fiU'�attention during the cold ^CaD Our Service r Bi^arhnent :;Wd'store same during the Kwfiifer at reasonable rates at vonr ^up^to-dete Battery Station. 'if|ranalmo, has been i promoted to the rank of lleutenant-', colonel and placed second in command ' of the R.A.F. in Canada. m : ? : : > .> .> .j. ? LANGFORD SUSPENDED >� V � 4 > 0, as compared iftth $1,-591,000,000 appropriated for the ' The meetings are ,o.pen tothe pub-' lie, enabling accredited representatives of enemy .'governments to acquaint jthemselves with all proceedings. 'Nothing, It was reported, -will be concealed. ' FRENCH LOAN PARIS,\>ec.' 3.-^Loui9 .Klotz, minister of finance, announced today that public subscriptions to the French Liberation loan had reached the nominal total of 27,760,000,000 francS, or a real value of 19,750.000,000. the bonds selling at 70.80 francs. The final results of the campaign are uot as yet known, complete foreign and colonial subscriptions not being reported. The number of subscribers to the loan was giveii'as 7,000,000. AERIAL SPORTS PARIS. Dec. 4.-(Havas)- French military aviators are planning the orgafalzatlon of an association^ to foster kerlal sports and to place competent pilots at the service of the gevernment, industry and business. The association will include leading French aviators and will hkve the support of the government. Numerous abes already have signified tbelr Inteu-tibn of Joining. -BELIEVE LOST DETROIT, /Mich.,. Deo. 4.-Belief that the gasoline yacht Gracel II. of this blty has been lost In Lake Erie Was expressed in marine'' clrc)^? today when word was received tliRt the body of a .woman bearing'a life preserver caTrylngj the -.boat'jiij name-was witShWd''ashore-' 15 ^i}B�s?;rfdu�f: ^ of Amheratburg, Ont.. last -^Ight. IVie Gracel IT. was a small veHsel of the seml-crulser type. It was not known today how many persons she carr'ed. GHAiS. MbQILL DEA-O REMOVE PRESSURE ON CABLE SERVICE HALIFAX, N. S., Dec. 3.-Strong representations having been made to the British admiralty by Hon.' C. C. Bailantyhe, minister of marine, an attempt is being made to relieve the congestion of press and government nrfessages by the use of the Marconi company's high power wireless station at Glace Bay. MONTREAL HARBOR TO CLOSE FOR SEASON MONTREAL. Dec' 2.-The death has taken place here of Charles Mc-GIU, who was general manager of the defunct Ontario Bank, Toronto, and whp was sentenced to a long term In the' penfferitlary" for ' embezzlement. ' j . � ' 'McOllI se'rve^'two years of his term and was then rcfleased. He worked as a bookkeeper in � furrier's here until a few d?iys -before his death. an ARROW COLLAR ClOSK MSBTINO cot tp VRONT SHQWING A BITOFCSAVAT^AND Clartt. feahody fc C�, of C�b�J�. UalUil HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. MONTREAL, Dec. 3.-By Ih'e end of the week it Is expected the Montreal harbor will be closed for the season, and all the activities carried on here during the summer will have been transferred to St. John and other coast ports. FOCH IS GRATIFIED LONDON, Dec. 4-(Canadian Press, via Renter's)-Marshal Pocli, In -a message Issued through Reuter's Agency on the eve of his departure tropi London, expresses to the Brit Ish public how happy, touClied, grateful and proud he feels in view|o� the unforgettable reception given lilin since he has been In London. ARREST PERSIAN MINISTER STOCKHOLM, Dec. 3.-The Bolshe-viki government has arrested and imprisoned Assad Kahn, the Persian minister , to Russia. Aodordlng 'to advices from Petrograd, they evidently Intend 'to hold the minister until the soviet representatives in Turkestan, who were ai'rested by order Of the British authorities, are released. Government control of alcohol required for use In Industry In Canada has been recommended by  committee Of the advisory couaell tk- scien-UUs aa� iadnitrial tesearcU. SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME in � � I . Eastern Canada Imperial Limited to Montreal S118.45 Trani-Canada to Toronto $103.20 Double 4^J^_ Double bally fiSSBv P^")' Train, h33]3E9 Train Service ^Hfgjfljf Service Corresponding Fares to '^UfT ,8afe, Comfortable Travel en Other Eastern Points the World's Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Cars, Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Excellent Dining Car Service. Tickets sold during December are good for 60 days. Extension will be granted by a payment pf $5.00 for each exit's fifteen days. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS; J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE 512 J. E. PROCTOR. DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. AUTOMOBILE TIRES Eltven Tliousand Dollars Worth. We will sell at a special discount up to December 31st, next. All tires season's stock. lilust'mako. room tor spring shipment. AH thvj standard makes and sizes including our special Diamond Squeegee. This is your opportunity. Display at our show rqom. I , BAALIM MOTOR Co. . BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS tOX \ / 173176 ;