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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS 121 October wheat........ July WEATHER High............... 67 Uw...................... 36 Forecast: Mostly fair LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, JUNE H 1915 AIM ON talians "Engaged in Huge PJ.M. Battle on Banks of the Isonzo London. England, June Ispattth from Petrogrnd says 00 men in tbo army oC Cieiieral von fHCKeazoQ were kfiled, as (lie result Tau attaofc on TUiselan positions near loscisita, iu GalJda, The Austro-Qennan attempt to cap- ure Lemberg is said to have been up. Official dispatches, hoxvev- r, indkftte no'marked change in Gal- cla, where the flgliling is continuous tid severe. Says British Repulsed London, June gfithing as been resumed oil tho Gallipoll Pen- nsula, between tbo French and Bri- lah forces and tho Turkish army, vhicli is defending the approach to Conatantinople. The Turkish War Of- iee claims that tiie attacks of the Al- lied forces against the right wing or ne Turks were repulsed and that the "ttaokers were thrown back to their positions with heavy losses, Big Battle June occupation, F the Carinthma town of Valentlna toy the Italians is officially announced L Home. Along tho YSOIIEO River a wattle of large proportions has been da progress for several days. Although he. Italians have won some advan- ages, tho Austrians have brought jip reinforcements, and are offering a ds- ermiitad resistance. is Transferred P. 'J. 51. Wosyling, tor many years, road master on lire C.P.R. here, anil j previous to that time roadmaster on; the old A. K. I., has teen trans-i fcrrcil to Medicine Hat with the same position. Mr. Wosyling has been a long resilient ot tho city and lias' taken an active part in the city's at- fairs in general. His many friends throughout the south country will regret his departure. He is leaving tonight. Mr. Wosyling's place is being filled here by E. D'eshairnes, of Bassano. Strikes a Mine PREDICTS BIG CROP P. 3. CuroiQings, president ths Standard -Fttim Securities -which iaa Its headquarters in MtunaapoliH, left this moni- ing'for the ser- eral