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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta to AGE SIX T7TI. T.TCTT I BRIDGE DAILY JUfttAl.T) WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1018  4 BRINGING UP FATHER'' By G. McManus 0�DNT \ TELL fOU AN HOOH AGO TO '" S.i!'..i'k. coop, rated with �' and splendidly. IN PORTO RICO tv A: �ate LOOKING *EM OVER IN FRANCE And what c- actionl Wow! they Not only is Fred .Mitchell scouting now for new players for the Cub; for lie game he thinks will be re-tinied next year, but he has an able s out looking them over in France In the person of Orover Alexander "If peace comos and we start the big leagues again in April. says Mitchell, "there, will bo some new ! and interesting talent In almost every ind a i club-the talent that has already !>> . :i boxing developed in the nrm>. It isn't t�> much to say that hundreds of high-class players have been discovered .w France and at the cantonments. Hlg leaguers who are playing ball every day when >.h Macl'ahe writes 'liar th.'V . ,'.Ve been play!:i;; an Invr-Ilegi- l mental I.-ague tonrnati'ent that 'is cau-tng no eld "{ iatcrc.-'t Mvl ex-i i'em'Mi- " Th' re arc f"i:r clu'-s. .....� representing the training station deathmen:, the other- he ;;; trd ;T;t'j a:: 1 :;7.'th regi-t-ien!-. the !a -ay. o::i-ci rs and men-- it w.-uM be ea.-i'.y in the 1 -ad in ie.i ;;|e ra--e. It avrau-es hjgh,..-i up to date in ail '-f �;> �:' " Mviiet/ly (he ::;v'i effjeers, mttea as t..ey ate i::' i-y � �! - �! in ii.e-ie;', it:�.. w i !ie . n pl.i> o:i lit.  nee .1:11 wi'li !!: ir in ,-r-* -el il r.;. i Th- ,:;;,.,.r- o the van .!ts ::ii!::.!r> (|e,-:,-!.ii:..;:(* in i'orto Kico ;.OOO.fl'm In the house of i iimmons today, Aiuli>� Ponar Law. i-h.mcejfor of the cxc!ie.;ner. said that everything available 'n connec-ti'>:i w;th the manufacture of Instrumental.'ie - of war would be turned to the proiiuction of merchant ships, bo ihit ili'Tc probably would be ,.u increased expenditure tinder this head. The estimated expenditure for the L'oj days to October l'.h was .Ul.iU.- '>>',....... but the actual disbursements amounted to tl l.e'.l.iicii.neii There was a reduction in loans to the allies and Dominions of �27'!,- .....i, as compared with the estimate. The daily expenditure for the army increased' il.".00.000. while the d.slitir.-omonts for the navy de- ; i reased .11 l"..."l"i.i.iihii because of the la> t th;it expectations as to the build- : i:ig ot tnerc'tiant s-hips had not been' r. ali.'ed There was a reduction of u:".ie"iiOo (jii munitions a* compar- \ ei! aitli the eKtimute. owing to an � i.-'. er atubitions program. ANDY The Radiator Man Has Moved to 418 5th Street S. kept ; or against hotter material than the minor circuits used to provido. Grover Alexander writes that he jean name six pitchers, none of them j having any special reputation before I the war, but every one of them a J whale, well worth using on any big i leaguo team. He has also found some corking batsmen and nifty outfield-jera. Alexander will look after our lntereaU among the boys. He will ! deliver some of the best to the Chi-jtago club-and the beat the Chicago club has won't be too good for these youngaters, who fought like men and will come home to please the public." I i .1 AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZE8 VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood Sytttm RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Rep&lri. R. D. RITCHIE CM 1>lh St 8. Opp. Ellison Mllli U. 3. RAILROADS AFTER THE WAR Washington, Naw. 13__Win- thrope M. Daniels, chairman of the Interstate commerce commission, predicted in an address yesterday that railroads after the war will be operated under either government management or control or private management with government supervision of financing and elimination of competitive watte. He was speaking before the meetlnq of the Nation?.! Association of Railway and Utility commissioners, a body of state representatives. 1 PREPARE FOR WINTER DON'T WAIT TOO LONG We have a good selection of Winter Goods: Robes, Heaters, Engine Covers, Anti-Freeze, Chains, Dry Cells, Winter Oils. WC HAVE A COUPLE OF GOOD USED CARS FOR SALE AT BEDROCK PRICES. B1J0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" GRID STARS REPORTED KILLED Ralph Horlburt and "Lige" Worsharn Said to Have G�� ing s-'riotiniy wounded from four different .-..Hire.-4. The 11t hint that L.eii-len.ini Hurlburt had rilleu was gb-.m-; ed from a letter �> at I'riwite 1',-r. ival , at Vancouver l.y l.av.r-oii, j who is said to be a nietuiier of com-j puny K. ihlllud infantry, which was I (luriiiuri's �.uiu|i.oi - Premier Clemen-eeau in concluding his speeeh in the chamber of deputies today on the armistlcu tonus said: 'Germany surrenders to us .ill loco-motives and 1'iU.OOti curs, which had been luken from us. This will em harrass her means of provisioning. Germany has waited until the List minute nnd, when exhausted, she ha*-been obliged to accept i apitulatioii Condition.) there are not normal In this, the llrst hour, lie must come to her aid. We do not make war aiv.iiiei humanity, but for humanity " Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & �Ith Avenue S, Lethbrldge H W. H. OOWLING W.S.COOK T | Havre Nov. Ill- The entrance of ' Helgliin troops Into Ghent I > jinnoutic-: el in the ollblul statement from tin  Ilelglnn war olllee tonight, which rc-I ports iili-o that the progress of the I armie*. conllnued until the armiisllce ; came Into effect The statement reads: ! "Important proj;re�* by the group I of armies in Flanders was Mopped by | the armlstli e. The lielglati army tun , entered Ghent. The second i uv.ilrv j corps going ahead of the Infantrv, , has arrived tit the river Ilaiuibe ;it Minimum and established a bridge , h'-jrl," Will STORAGE 4 MTTERV I ard SERVICE STATION Attention, Motorists Your battery uer;.i.",., .!. rnlle.s nonh of the Danubo, .illspetKing and capturing elements of Gorman rearguards. A number of Runs and war material were captured. The Surhiunt; alao cuicred NovJtinlo. Cooper, gener.ii last week fro;li weeks' duratioi eaf.l Mr Muirav flu' from which : pli.-tely reeovi-t'ed deinle as bi-ltig '. i proviuc"! nud S .Miss lleinilngl, been the gue.-r of .\li the ; ast week In east. While .u attack of tho �i, b iwever, coin-reports the epi-id in the eastern f Lethbildgo, hnu f.'oopor during A. It. Netherliy, liuinager of tlin Koyul lianlt. Itegina, has boon traim-ferred to Vancouver. Mr. Yul�, of t. VilUlipeg, succeeds him (From Our Own Corre�pcr.i1*ioi Grasny Lake, Nov. 12.-On Monday at noon the funeral of Mrs. O. \V. Lar-sen took place. The event had been delayed to admit of the attendance of Mr. and Mrs. \V. Ferris brother-in-law nnd sister of the deceased unit .Mr. Kred Hensey her brother, who. in order to he present hail to journey from Lakotu, N I). Mr. ami Mrs. James Larson were also in attendance. The pa]} hearero were Messrs. \V. McCros-lie, H. McLarhlan. It. J. Mi'Nabh. J. 11. Watson, J. ltobb and \V. Salvage. Ueautlful wreaths of flowers expres-bIvo of sorrow und symputby were nenl by Mr. O. W. Larseu, hiuband of tho deceased. Mr. and Mrs James Lursen, \V. A. Iluchuliaii. Ml'., the local bra'ich of lUo lied ilroas, XL. and .Mrs. Laid of the Union Hank, Mr. and It. J. .McNabb und family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mc.Novin, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. H. Oatriiiu. Mr. and Mrs. A H. liyggs. Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Sands, Mr. and, Mrs. W. Salvage, Mr. Alex Stewart, j Mr. and MrH. Fred Philips, Mr. and j Mrs. Geo. Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy j Gold, ('uptalu and .Mr�. Geo. Porter, j Th ore was a very largo representation i of the town and district in attendance notwithstanding tho di.scourugemeiits t of health board restrictions. The in- j torment took place at Grassy Lake i cemetery, tho service being performed i by the Hev. G. II. Harrett. In his brief address at tlio grave the minister voiced the appreciation of tho whole community of Mrs. Larson's, life, character and work, its deep sorrow at her paflsing from its midst and its sincere sympathy with Mr. O. \V. Larseu and relatives In their sudden und sad bereavement. It had been dtxjided that on uecount of health board restrictions there, would he no peace celebrations, but lato in tho evening private celebrations broke bounds and Individual Jubilance overflowed resulting in a gathering ut the centre of the town front, a big honiiro, the discharge of unvii-cflwion, a procession round town headed by the mayor and a burning of an offlgy ol tho Kaiser. Grassy Lulie. unitna in tho common rejoicing over tho downfall of the common enemy and looks forward %o speedy homo-. couiltu; uf UiU liuyv. TH? ROCK\ 35 Dollars is our Price for the Overhauling of any 5-paxsenger Car Other Work CO cents per hour. Work Guaranteed. Palace Garage, 2nd Ave* Winter Storage We can store your car in the Woolen Mills for $5.00 per month. We have also made arrangements to have your battsry looked after for $1.00 per month while your car is in storage. Stop! Look and Loosen! Buy .Victory Bonds! BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;