Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
22 Jun 1916

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22 Jun 1916

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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Brandon, Manitoba Of a appoint twin Rotimi to by Obj want join roil my. Ask City Onomy to la iii to Standard Tina Kim flak Days to Beer win Ohamm thai Brandon la i Nanna ref Aero pm by the railway Emilia Rita pm Tea Early in Ibe pans Enfer Arvi 0n to a Oia iii line of the , Tima the weat and by the . Tom the Aith we a Ai m Mthm of Retali mercy Nikiti tal die Eity Hau in Friday evening. The ret allem were Fri an aggressive mme attic a soon a the Chi Linuan or a. Shewan pointed out the need for Aem a to Aunitta w8k to Ean Vaas the Etlan Tiu ii and big it in a Repert Speelm Iealer heating the Aari me conf Danied by a Petil Tam of Tieh a a Ture m to Secare Imie Ial aet Limi by the railway comi males. Tip do Nult tee la As follows h. Of the hair a uan j. M. Cohenson s. Thai Iipp a a. Slieman and w. S. Harrala. My att tse a a Palmu is mrs a Lor Elk a i jobs a 1t�it ainu we rom Tom claims in the tk�<8ini a a nor Rise a a Nemr Otoe my a i Onur div Midi hat did no Dao a. A Todar the Hoet Uei artful in was on ast tally Active iii amp de lately North of la Bailee chm al and in the Loos a rent oar Treacher East of Seoul Here were shelled heavily for a Short period this Arlen too the Renu Ilider Oftie front was want stain arg time the Nineteen represent Arilvea of retail Prmt it at the meeting were almost Anatolia Ottly of posed to Day Lughi saving and a com Mitilee was appointed to draw up a Resolution to be presented to theh3ity c of Urcil on monday evening. Loss of Trade and inconvenience of country and train service on one time and City in Uii other were Given As reasons by iii airy of tie speakers who signed the original petition for the by in a but have since altered their opinion and Ait uniformity of time. Should the Ity Council refuse to Grant the petition the retailers declare they ferret to Standard time a holidays to be Ohms rvs the retail merchants Wui close their places of business of Tours Day i Fierri Otiis during july and August is i they specify As Hoik Mizii. They will of serve. These holidays Are Mew years Bay Good Friday emf �4th. July 1st, Zubor Day. Christmas. Coffi Petsin of flirt Rosser Avenue business men complained loudly of the arrangements for watering that to thoroughfare. It was stated that the Blusher is sent along he Street in the morning and that dirt is splashed into the store windows and that dust is a greater nuisance most of the time. They Are going to take their complaint before the City Council. Untiet Quot frs Noli Flats Franl parts june 17. following off a amp la Liuni Callotta Ami issued by the War office this even Wiuf a a on both Hanks of the Meuse the a it Liliy of the artillery was intermittent during the course of the Day. 1%ere was no Init try Aci loft. A ii has been confirmed that the attack nude yes Lerdi on the slope South of dead Many Shuttl gave us a portion of Oie enemy trenches on a Onmi of about Mie Kilometre. Oak the attempts made by the enemy to drive us Buck brom there have comi Deterly filled. The number cd prisoners taken exceeds 200 including six officers. A Here has been no important event on the other parts of the belgian a the usual Arl Luery act Tonsa have occurred on the belgian front the a rom of in Mude has been the theatre of a rather violent reciprocal v n e4�utthe�lrectors of Lye boy ref Good Tennis with Beai elves who die said Flette Quot Nice Ting Fri bombardment n that it was already assumed a be Stock entries this yeat would ail records even at the Dolisi Tihin a a 5 tie applications for space for displays also been Quot twice As Large As last year and the farm Treetop Competition mid it it attracted a wonder id amount of interest there lie iii thirty entries in sight. Men across the line and in Ontario Are advertising this feature of the fair in a very Liberal manner. The provincial boat d i Jie Alth a exhibit m Ould also be the it t e Cir to re preset it Luis Vair. Speed to the exhibitor Liv Fet dip and a space of thirty by ten feet get it a tired for the Gove ziment Educ alone Mir Jinp Royelio nne or to Audi grounds and buildings were aulm a a Tuiai owing to the fact Fiat the Are proximately thirty excursion ii Tnyaa the fair it was decided to run the exha big tion on Standard time and to try acid get the merchants to fall in line for that it uie week. Tim fac hires Fetiu Lff of f inns a or aunut of tie in Tnp Ort for no bet no Ion Wahidi was Imit on Ohart Muir a cast big vote Biz favor Luction pools a Mannuss Omuel majority Ofey a a cd favor Contin to our system which protects Pimp la but allows Wager Moore. The we a Pili log Africa have made further advances. Cuccu Piug the Village of Kilimanjaro and another Village nearby. A Large 4dstnms Lew Haithu. June troops South of the Dniester River in Salivia Defeated a russian cavalry Lone on thursday says an official Sia Teinert from the Austro hungarian army Headquarters. The statement also announces that new Battles have been started on the Quot Hole front in vol Hynia germans attacked i Aris fuse 17.�?last night the German troops attacked French to Allons at Avoe ourt with grenades a ays the official statement issued today by the French War office. In the Region of be Mori homme there was an intense bombardment. �?~0 Turk tale was afar idol British Offin state met events in and Tell iii it a a port Ihm Gem German Force is confronting the British in this sector. Further South ear the coast the British Hae occupied the important Post of Krogme and to the Northwest have seized positions in the Victoria Nyanza sector. These announcements Are made in an official statement issued last night As fallout a Skwe Alzma six Miles North of Han Deni has been occupied also the Village of Kilimanjaro close to hair eni. A Large German Force is entrenched near the Candeni water Supply. A the important station of Koit Mic and the Wagon Bridge Over the pan Gani River have Ben secured by the British. The Island of Kemie North of the German Post of Man Usa on Lake Etc Torta has been occupied and two Krupp guns Aud stores my the summer fair Board at its an Nual meeting Friday afternoon decided to Stu to by the paid Mukuei betting meeting ill a vote on a proposal emanating trom supt Mckinl Licaisi. Of the experimental farm eliminate betting altogether. This notion was put my. W. I. Elder Sec Anding and a tie of seven All in votes was recorded. Present Mcphaul Evi Dently to bought the a proposal too dras tic and ruled in favor of continuing the betting. Then the boar had to decide Between the auction Pool system or at fii8t the vote was seven to six some person questioned the vote the Mem Beni being seated in such a manner around the room As to make an intelligent count difficult and on a second count eight Toronto Jusic 12. Canadian bar association concluded its business with the election of officers As follows v sir James Aikins Are elected president Hon. C. J. Defferly. Minister of Justice honorary of resident vice presidents were chosen As follows a Ontario a f. B. Johnston Prince Edward Island a. A. Mclean . Saskatchewan a Norman Mckenzie Alberta. K. B. Bennett . British Columbia g. E. Ito bold . Manitoba Isaac Cam Bell . Nova Scotia Hector Mcl Finis . New Brunswick f. R. Taylor or. Fabre Surveyor was elected Secretary. Dublin june 17, prosecutor in the court martial trials in Dublin yesterday revealed that three German officers and Twenty Blu jackets were captured a Cork when they tried to land from the German gun runner which the submarine on which sir Roger casement came from Ireland. The men the prosecutor said had been interned. It continued on Page sixteen French take prisoners Paris june 17.�?in the Vosges after a violent bombardment of Hill 425, to the East of thann the French infantry penetrated the first and second lines and brought Back a number of German prisoners. London june 17. The Forward drive of the russian armies in vol Hynia Galicia and by Edwim continues who Parentis Success. From the or let marshes southward to Chernowitz the forces of Gen. Brusiloff according to ports Flora Pictro Grace Are throw i Back co Siiter attacks Aud Are advancing steadily against the us Ria Ai Mies. In thirteen Days the i e. Have made prisoners of Houpt ibb a i a Bim Ottawa Quot june 17.v�?row the Cana he trap Aad Luoc Eufaula a a melted. Ute a a or Posl ton and be. Gained the Tom in the Quot Bye Etta new Jar the front today 1-Lhat of i a tons Tell upon the hiatal acid finn Uon Treel Tori the atoms with the wite tei Tiitu Imti Nell of them Atte de to the flirt Mihm. 9he a be Seafal aaa Aalt ter the can Adiam Toi Ted in oar lines being is tacit teed l Lra oficial r in thei aame to Aitio Aab Oil uie he i text a Mooge. Three <3erinan tellers and 150 men were captured. A Fri a Wmk Ilist tia of a in if to re a the tet a it a a Fri Ihl Pste a it us a a Temolia i Attiat the. By so a had Lar too a tto a wet a a it of a lancet la Tel get a har a by Naparty a mme a it present a an Esce Tomt maa. Tha to use tal a Atura Are to a Oey irm with Iba Hufh Partow by Sta Tang peo to Tatto Popup Ohla a Alt Tate Lieal ter Laws Tel Pule lakes. It was Imby a nope had toasted to Titan Ttaha Tapi Totani to Teft a tei ill Alna. Tha Amhi waa to Toughet re ram Hoto. It Anta a sided to Raeona Toi in future All Relief grocer Law a Consad by Emder. Thea wat a Oie a in tha health the Oal Bratth a Teton Loporto she wed that 42s untie and been up. Tellata Durly a May. 1s6 Bada Aad Nina Battay. A not Yery heavy on the Battay a comm eted Ltd a a Itam Toan. Bevette matter a Taipei it Tell a tet to London june 17.�?premier a squib next wednesday we a offer in the Jill not entirely sever his be Latke House of commons erection of a Earl Kitchener. Monument a motion for the to the late a Ottawa june 17.the toll owing message was cabled by sir Robert Borden yesterday to general Byng commanding the Canadian army corps a a Spray accept and Onvey to the Canadian forces under your emn Mand our warmest upon the gallantry Anil resource fairness display in uie recent successful to this the prime Manl a received the following reply from Gen. Byng this afternoon a fall ranks Canadian imps join me in a of Chi eyed in your Laudon june 17. British official press Bureau gave out a state my dealing with to me of Poutia As follows a a on the North Haak m Rabi of Kut Abhi Vaa out trenches have been Pui Timai to within 200 Yards of the turks at saas Effii a on the South Hank pc 4ha Imma Maii Hura has Inow oct tiled. This place is three Aad a half Miles South of Mega Sis. A three of our Ign la a urges Wera sunk by turks fish by a a a 10th. The Mun que m by Royeras a a a a a a Brandon Honor Roll a m a a a a a a a a a a # a a a a a pet. J. A. Wood no. 1o063s pet. James Alexander Wood mounted Riviest is officially a ported to no. 14 general Hospital at i Meaux severely wounded in the Riichi Leaf. His father or. We. Wood 1063 thirteenth Street has be a a Cei Ved notification. The de Soldier i erne u four in a a a a a a a a % a a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a of or. Wood on and Ive service and is 24 years old and a Man. He i listed in Janus or 1915,%omtaig in Iron a Bradward Ioe. Lie and used to or Brandon Tator yes is two torte i a Era Are to in Tond and the oth her 1� to the Trent to. To pet. We. Mail. A no fr�3wpte. We. A to . k�p8te�lym to Tolm Ito �.-. A a a a Orit. Jmie 17, London. It err Ray to Dent the Flie Tribune cedes it Volt i Ord Oeor go 1� to Zeete Harf Kitte Toher a it 6ees�toiy.of Tate few War according to Weh aut Daentl pm Ted its Curc ept Here. It to to Teter too amp however that to acc Aptton the War 8e�feshis, Foyta George with the mint tory the Menhir is f. A a Var it up a in it Toby orig have been suggested tor Boid Kitchen or including lord a Ner. And Momel Winston can a Tutor returned from tiie in eaten Tomato tog Premier a Squibb b favor White a the in aril Jusith Ltd byte Fror Galt tooth dim tartar Hui been Pat cried Quot a Firat Senta a a Tel Eft m Ontl by a Ansel the jibe toeing to Hostel Wito toe Toste too Trio Bre Meta on Tost cat ate Jil a a timoted tote he would Rall to holi Days Atems tote time. A Mott am to Par his Neway Tore 1� Over to is Timite a -�5a Tetor from a a Wpm Tatanto tip and Illey Aie age Toi tote friends a both lord Milner and or. Churchill a for is the Cabinet 1% concerned Mig it Ito with the direction , a state toe a Tomaio t the toe Ere it in cil and the turn Livio by of Twisp Toimi Idlitt for Otot othites to the Fields to Taito Erton Chute Ite staff Tipri a duties amt become Cavin and Adra Huistra tor my asap boys who Pant to Nakling Tham selves a Nuto Amite. The the pm tit Verdet Bridge waa lied emd to the toe can Mitt. A Laktonen and cont Tom Bave tried to Roto to a Bette the null Onte but toe boys Telma Oft the mums Suntai Toey Afelt a Itlie my i ote., tender flu he sem Ireta ter a log Haiungs the toe a rain every. Ite tet Amirann the the Wator world Chi Iimoto a ski of or tee end of eng Tower Iryll take no la it toe a a Telal a Ali co a the Jira tor the Layton. 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