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III \*/ L- the Germans lost fifty tanks, con- secretary, disrlawd at a pres* con- I W W d a 1 Mtlerable motorized infantry and ference his Government had reports LI / ^ v | . of such a plan A reporter had I I F” I i | Continued on Page 2 , Culumn 1 OAlted whether an “economic pvftrr ^ B. — | wrs about to be pm po*ed by the A I I Afl RFFIl (l\l Eurlv bo U ‘ prr Mdf " ! “all phnse.t of the international *Hu- tog tor leaving the door open 'o* ^ . : that t y a series Lord Halifax, the Rrituh Amboa- P*** fat fi throne hour Europe with Midor, told newfpapermrn when Uie Germany always long conference broke up that com- lrtdn * 8 plete harmony existed in the pn»t- Conttnaed on Pi tlon* of the United 8Ut«s, Great Br IUto. § Netherlands l\ i UOJ I holding the Conttnaed on Page t. These numbered 3.109 last year as compared with 2.540 In 1030. 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Victoria, have been awarded the contract for a large ronstnietlon at the Royal Ca- nadian Naval Barracks at Baqulmalt, it waa announced tonight The con- tract price I* *80 000 and work la to atari Immediately. t/it ahopkeeper, “I am ever seen In modem warfare” The •stis/led wiili your money." I Oiwinan army waa as Id to hart been Councillor* i, L Hot be W W Richmond and John Wa Uon are standing for re -ejection Councillor J Oliver will “more than likely' wwk a return Vo office, and It la consider sd possible Utat the remain - SI ■ Milllsey ,•.« flf 3 W 3 I «»r fnrr. -•*• t nllmrm •h of nnlrr- and short- age of supplies — they cannot promise definitely any further shipments he fore Christinas if you are ptanninj' lo l»ive your family a \ II. She just \ ANTS one because she knows that a Fur Coal does something to her appearance that NOTHING else can do. 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E Perr paper by Dr The World Cl Witty Kitty Money-Saving Values Every Day at For That Small Bungalow or Apartment Complete With Floor Attachments made me regular meeting of Court Maple Leaf No B302 will be held tomorrow evening, with Mr* F Cartwright In the chair, After the business session a knitting bee will be held. Wyilie reported parcel* being packed ervlce Club A dona- tion of 12 wa* made for Red Crow blanket* Mrs. Mrs the devotions Hugh Allison Refreshment* YOU HELP i of war Bundles on th* fur owl, The Red ^ Cross Workshop l-cxltr Rataar Prtnei Alexandra Lodge No 18. Its equipment | / I LIU 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1/1 I IU11 centre. rwiervei | to summon such a confer- n ' omiw ’ Liberal member- tj ft m tj mi a From Europe Dai In l)a\ — THE TIMES. /-* jj Another concentration of German encircling tanks, the British Command reported today. “ * nd ' lx ," British Headquarters declared terrific dogfights be- ST* 5 f tanks before being driven off to the n northern* t tween roving squads of clanking tanks were taking Italian armored division* met by place on Saturday in a giant triangle east of Tobruk — ^ British forera earlier to ll, e opera- fl S thc atta cking British forces darted in for the I tkm have taken no further part to ... when he succeeded Sir W.l- r T "’- ,in K ,n ^methlng like equal f I H bend Men Back Pending llam Mulock. K HP) -The 19H formed the^ba*tl or^ne^ttol i h,m Ch mnr '‘ ■ trar *°'- ,n wd** ■ HL captive coal mine strike wo* ended blttereat campaign* in the hi trrv r , W * Pn thr dw ”.v. 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Oregon State, brushing past Mon- tana with ease 37-0, remained In the U ck of the race for the Roee Bowl assignment. 19-10 This left the Bowl assign- ment strictly between Oregon State and Stanford unless both should las* in their t final games. " Husband: Yes I know, but I didn’t know how well off I was FIRST BACK — 14Us sod nn#-sim*n U»: Iron Ouard icorbstt) . Lenyiny Illness at I oronio | Hhaklnr the already faltering moral* Thc wedge was described as being firmly held, and repeated — Burial Tomorrow I°f Iu, y- ml Rht have a contrary ef- attempts of the German Eastern force to break through to the tect on the Ftrnch righting service# west were repulsed. Nov 22 CF whorn ,f Germans were estimated to have lost a third of their armored nationally known a* a lawyer, dlplo- wo ' ld ,rarfrn and In * ,),re strength in Africa by Friday morning, and half of it by Friday 'mat and churchman, will be burled I . here on Monday afternoon, with fu- * CRASH INTO GERMAN FLANKS ■St j ai)»n W Whittaker, for five day* Attomey- Oeneral, was gone, and Hon Thoms* King Liberal member- elect for Columbia, remained a* the new Minlzter of Public Worts. It wo* foreseen, had for- MKmr \ rra BORN IN ONTARIO II I 1 1 1 1 1 L n 1 L 1 1 U Born on B Mtddkwex County farm U4lt '* n the of the Ger- 1 * r ' in Ontario. Rowe U rxxie to the man * and that Ht«*lan« *nd Ger- P os,l, ° na Miners’ Committee Votes to p**itmn of chief justtae or omano mftn “ now for lhe ^ t,m *‘ ftr,k ^ ^ c i .* n , „ in 1938. 1* reflected to tha statistics relating to surgical operations, medical examinations and consultations. 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