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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. XOVEMBHU 17. 1017 The Election Capaign Flooded Area Covers Over 70 Square BomDardmenUs On. EFFORTS TO CROSS IN BARGES A FAILURE South Alberta Casualties At Fort William- Fort William, Out.. Nov. 17- The Labcr party ol.tuls clly at a meet ng Kid la.! nlKnt decided to tho Dime ot. Alderman A. H. Dennis In nomlnitlon for the conull Uency of Port William and Halny RUrer, as a straight Ijbor candidate. At prtieal Captain II. C anil J. T. Home, are la tho Held aiso, both endorser, of CbnMrvatlve Nominee Sydney. N. S-.i'Nov. IS.-John Me- Curmack, of Svfcey Mines, was today nominated by Connervatlves a convention at Uaddc.-k to content North Cape Breton ani Victoria as alnst D. 5. McJtenzle. Liberal uom Ince. Endvrae Mewburn. Hamilton. Out.; Nov. Hi.-The union- ist In Ihe Connaught Hotel tonight .naanlraouslj- endorsed llutci wwo __ Mnu.Hi.rti AC oJ-kln IB Scotland. Pie Jai. Jones, yacleoo. Me. Ja, mm nriMr batlorics across tho river lolv it A F. Mewburn, Calgary. Pie 1'aulllalchuV, HUIcres p e Archie Wilson. Lellibrlilge. Pic' Ed. Cherry. Blalrmore Corp Jas. Fisher, Lethbridge. Sapper Cas. Bl.lnnore. Pie. Malcolm Black, Slacleod. made lo iiave the old line parties unite Total for Loan The Quarter Milliolti Mark reported Reported yesterday Total to 'dale ..J1S6.350. President Wood of tbe United Far mer? liio on beliall c Thefoan on evening ID Ce, tral bChool amlltjirlura Just nreviou to he WB unlonlgovernmen i ll la quarter million mark In the he will speik a district for Hie victory loan-will and .Monarch. ,ached lonishl, It I. conlldeally L.. .i._ ftf ranvassers held In toe mmerf clly bo reached esnected by the zrmy ot canvassers "al are .euluuslostlcaliy working the dl-lrlcL 'The outlying point, are beginning to report, and kr0 will be reporting regularly y alerei ill h co he mlnen hall to explain th loan.. Lasl eventai a wa i eld" at Coaldale by Messrs. Sbeplie 5nd Dunham, and: other meeltags a being held. -London, Nov. turk- ist, forces which have been Y NOT A LAURIER LIBERAL Grassy iJike. 1S'1917' Editor LclhbrldBe HcraM: Dear see by loilay s lasue ot your .paper that my name appears as one of the exe- llie'eastern Trentlno front nro very Ihe: evident .purpose o rate the l i'ng to today's oKlclul' mcnt- state- The teil ol the stilement reads: t., "General Ailenby reporlB'ihat llldee, that my name has been placed there without my consent and that I am not In sympathy with Ihe said organization and am a [Inn believer In Union gov- ernment at the present time. Yours truly, Robt. McLechlan. Shbw-s-kow-diarier Failed Co-Operaterin' Campaigns Election Sydnty, Nov. IjS.-Coraliailine the of sir-Willrld'Laurler In I IS IN If British Chase Hun Cruisers London, Nov. Brlllth light orces today engased German flht crulfen oil Heligoland, the British admiralty announced lo- av The German warshlpl re- Irid and the British forces arc now chasing them. The announcement foMowi- 'Britlth light forces operating In Heligoland 'bight, encountered German light forcti this morn- Ing. The only Information we have received thus far that our vetseli have engaged enemy lioht cruiser., that the latter have retired at high speed .nd that our vessels are In pursuit.' Kerensky Deserted, Cornered by Enemies, Slips From Their heir' nsy esere, orne Hands and Cannot Be Found-Amies and 1 heir' Officers Desert to the Majority Are Ihrough With Kerensky They Say. Petroerad Nov. 16. Deserted by and srms and to reWn to the Don re-- most of his Bibenko denied that Michael Roman- No Sympathy for Kereniky, London, NOT. through- il a Journey from the Caucasus to a correspondent of the' poTarlly ihe'posl ol commander-ln- chlc( ol the Kerensky forces, recently deleated at TsarXoe-Sclo. General Kransolf, former com- mander under I'reialer.Kareiirty who was arrested with other member, ot the premier's st.lf has been re- leased on the ground that he was only obeying the orders ot his fieneral Krasnotfs report c----------- tho disappearance ol. Kejenrty con- ot his d ay, WCre Infuriated concerning J. s S thai he ned under emier Kerens when told First Town, in Southern Alberta To Complete Ils Quota of Victory Loan the honor Xo, claims lbe.nlhelrstwn whllo a guard was being arran dropped out ol Bight. -'At 3 o'clock on the afternoon ol hear a word o( sym- lor Premier Kerensky. The aied passengers he met he eaya dispatch Irom Pelrograd on Mon- Korensky's limy in Ihe Bolshevlkl agitation and soldiers were Indignant the premier was unable lo mam- authority and order. Railway the correspondent adds, said Kerensky and and Trotiky, tbe Bolshevlkl leaders, all ought lo be thrown Into Ihe hers. For Ihe provisional government no- fo who r were (ound on the grouiid: tiS El Tin, caplur- s and one .rpanes -'ai-a copsiderahle -oV ainmunlHoi and slores Flour. addition limited .prolii. onjlour to 25 cents per barrel, .nd In tion'to- having established control of ttie- packing industry and confis- callnc all profits on the l.tler over 16 per as as half the profits between 7'and 15 per the government 13 Iteps to limit profits on the lo not more than per cent- This Is attended to by, con- Thia announcement was for the first time last night by "Hon. Arthur Melghen, at a large and unanimous convention In Port La says Ihe Winnipeg nM airplay TmVa-ri! be o announced today his' intention of xl reporle the town d tho total Just yuola. five days is a record o( proud. But they are not slop there. The UTSi wire Covered Overdraft Earti.Month With Manager Implicaierl; Dl npposillon to the Mlllfary Serrlce act, that the gorerainent's elfort.ln mart has In- adequnte; Sir ItoMrt Bqrden, In anad- mehls Wilfrid to cirfperale., -TLa In -Aufuit, -1916. ,wW, he; uried Sir i not say >raa.L U even though.Hey .declare tically every.'man.'womaii lu in Wilfrid to.aidM.n a recrul. injb and'.the-, second In FrtrnarJ i when tho Hamilton Canadian club'-liid asked'the opposilion leader lor ten of a recralltaj .CMI- Wilfrid bid written the clib'thMhe-was not able, at.that lima 'anaicar. .'No :0-Tv0nUareian1'.one5l te.ri tMe assumij 1 ?.V Jlag full power In its own .territories anfl dcr was undisturbed and on arrlvlnB at Roslov-On-The-Don on November 9, the correspondent found Ihe garrison resolution in Tavor bl th'a i b'ut'lii the nelghhorhoud. ot llie capital of lha Don Tin-1 laved for which Is Ihe Ho'yal Bank or the amount sued for, .U. S-.AUTHpRITIES Toronto, Nov.. 17.-0n the rcaucst SUlw military authorl- lies, Arthur-WlieelJr, an American stndent In tho aviation service; asalnol whom a' true bill (or ,mainlaughler I by tho grand Jury In the] court, will he handed over to Hne 'United iWhp wllldeal wlih his case. While drlvlns truck, Wheeler ran down ?.rf porter of Conscriptiori ?wA osed The Referendum (By'a Heporter) aVaaralh Nov. of tKrown Into th: election i Buchanan, union gov- ..Candidate, during h.a courae of the de- Service A el of the.Llbera urging prevaiien QV an soldiers thaa usual beslegelhe train. Tho more Intelligent soldiers wltn whom lie .were Indignant with Ihe Holshevlkl, .while; tho .Socialists declared they werejfbr Others seemed lo know IIUlo of politics There-was. complo.te order when; the (fain passed through KhaiXov, Kursk and Orel. Many conlradic pry. re- ports were current as the train; ap-> oroachc'd Moscow. The train mvatop- nci on the "We heard the aoundiOt gnus, -the Telegraph's' corfespondeiit [were told by train-.. regard. He "ma entire oXo'.t ,o came'to hl.niseKi.he tied-IIP Ihe For work Ibree-Oreek A9 lo the mlll.lai U-proceedings against the n courts are BOW dropped. BODY frun-IM-execirtiye 01 shoW Mr. aw urging 1 a.dl Mackay ol Ihe ass ftu awaraeo u. a. a special DIUCS.VHI :t v'Sir ulijpants ''Meltopomos the war department lo adv.Ue ,n fceeri flven the i ih, newspapers'dally 'as to what newa o'uBhl not'to be published as danftr- -PlcWp, lous lo tho' conduct, of thi ..Cduatr. .fliior rtkruiirdlnr tlie .am for BuchaiHta BnO. UnlOTI fiuTW! Ullltln. Seattle dexlarrt. ;