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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THF. MrrHBRtnr.F DMT.T WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1917 TODAY CIm Klls. PilU. way froa Fkicl la (Ee Side. ONE COMMON OBJECT I ONE SUPREME CAUSE HEAVY New Toft. Nor. Ten Zi- vards. cuvlctea of stealuu JS5.000 worth of tod In casl from Mrs. Harr K. Stnncmu, widow of the weaJtir Barfilo brewer, and also ot Jewelry valuad at BOO from Hay.Ward, u actnu, wu tolsT to wrve from fire to ntie awl a hart yean tor the first aid from two and a half to iov a kaft yean (or the aecond in Klu Btoi prlioa, the itntincei 14 run eoacminirUy. C. P. M. EAHN1NM Maabml. Nor. W. O. P. R. lor tkfor thai mosL'deplor- aole namely, the disruption oE_tae_Dprnin_lon., 7 He Tracea ei- prcased by the'premler on lions of-lhe-'day, "and .'cniclunes 'that what Sir- Robert ought noi- dane.i. l Taken Night- Special. 1, d'clock _________. of ihejBrjtiih soldiefis llluVt'rated'by an incident of Getieraf-Bvije's; BuVprise self tnd Evcrj-thlngi'depended'on "the Ut propaganila In 1910. But .he Ge'rSli'nsv. bf Mr.ETarl. the'7 The "tt'hen Sir George Foster, 3Ir. .Bar- general'.staff was on "pins and needles ier and others were sending assist.-., lesf-Something mlghlf.'sire away ths ance to the Nationalist candidate In'srioVl The night before the'attack Drummond, Sir Robert the Germans "very-sector Ottawa, Nov. 2S.f cellfenl "pap'ers ivfe're ex- given" 'He-outbl-to'hafe made clear failure. Evldently'tolVsingle certain of. the close [fcan-ampng the co-operaUpn of bis party'managers -Ip" Inrbrhiatloiii' Quebec Tilri 'the Nationalists'-lA Ihb fidelity the noL -_ .J "He ous'nt to hove protested, knew financial betas given br aasa's. newspaper. But he did not. "Ht onght not to hare glren seats In hla only tbree French- Canidlan seiti lie men who had taken a leading part In the Na; tlonaUst propaganda. 9n he dM. "Us ought not to haye Introduced the conacrlptloh bill. 'if. c'onscripllpB bad been necessary he preceded his Introduction bf a cam' of eflncallon. "Whllo recruiting wai proceeding he onght lo hire declined to deplete Ibe farina." Mr. Bwart concludes by declarigg (hat "oelther Sir'John MacDop'ilrl ibr Sir Wilfrid Laurler wonldr tayt. duced Canada to such dhulroM vage." lie UK, question on the bill boards "How would KaUi er as an fmperilnept answers It by would vote for the Mia-wBa Is ruptlng Canada." ONE BOY'S. INFLUENCE morning session, of the conservation commission's most noteworthy of Arthur V. 'While, C.B., who spoke' oh 'water power- sltnatlon on the river SI. Lawr- ence. Mr. White the ow. waltr horse-power on rne inter- national portion of. tfc! -river-was 000 of which Cahada'-a'nd the United Slates were each entitled to half.' A little boy In Graves County, Ky.', Is responsible for that counlr hiring an agricultural agent, a -jufe-bred slock and a, consequenl Improvement In gineral -airlcullural conditions. f ew Dresses jbe Very Latest Out. 'Most Attractive Styles Just received by Express fropi several of the leading eastern manufacturers a range of their leading lines in Velour coats, Taffeta and Duchess silk dresses. swell of popular'styles in pure wool serge dresses. All-wool SergeDresses night un ruinulo styles Iii navy, green, brown snd black. Touches 0} silk lilmiiilnss aiiil embroidery work on belt, collar i i fn -.and pockets. Very cheap at this urlco........................ 14.9U Our Finest Serge Dresses to Fully a hundred now drosses to select from. Each a model of its 1 own. Very best grade of sergea nnd very best trimmings. Colors bur- rose, mahogany, green, brown, navy noil black, n H rkrt A' leading line Have a Look at Our Beautiful Silk and Satin Dresses You will find any desired style ami color In your correct size here Special Values at and 'Baltimore, Md., men all raembers of the Dutch Irjg at thlaiport, were drowned .an( nine were early, today, when launch carrying them.lo their ships capsized in the harbor.'.; KolEanderj... !SIi.of Ihe survivors-were taken lo a.hospital suffering from exposure. MAINTAIN INDUSTRY London, Nov. A' deputation o employers and employees of. the Lati casblre cotton mllls'wert assured lo- day by Sir Albert Stanley, prcal dent of the board of IraHc, lhat Ih gorerninsrit would" eddcavor lo main lain up lo sixty per bf the sp'n rtle.i'fo (ho American secUpn of Ih mills.- 18 REFLOATEB A. report of Ihe Stale aaeol.ln of agricultural clubs 16 Unit- ed Slates AgrlcfcHore says Ihil Itro years ago he received a letter from Earl dray, a Irtile boy- at -A Canadian Atlantic Port, Ky., expressing a' Mi.l sleamef repofl ed some days ago "ishofe at the Indies has1 been refloated and taken I Join the, beys' corn' cln> ajx so. win jd some days a( the Vts nls war to Ihc state UK, In a went to the UJwa (o fetter and ass'tifed.'tkeV curing the necessary menl' lo'organlze a'cliifcf-Tlle. .agent called .on "Ihe" succrlnlcndcnt to .htereil'ltBl m .the -boy's plan. The o.nt hecame Interested rrrthe.WtttK, ot a county agent, resullcrt In (Jrsvei agricultural egenl. -ylii itorn. suited In the of .a-pure- bred -llfc-nlock :61 which" "B bov was chsrler atubffS dry "dock, Htr cargo of sugar "li to be forward eA to Hi destination, so that there wil bit little or no Inconvenience'M