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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD WEDNESnAY. .1UXE 2(i, 1;H8 ; CANADIANS ARE TROOPS in iOiON I Sir Edwiiitl Kemp Issues Statement Refuting iVIisi-ellancous Charges Against Tliem Ol'.iHva. ,lmif L'O.-Till- fnlUnvinc; h.i� Veen roceiviMi by Ilio mililiii lii'iiart-I'r.i'.n Sir Kilw.inl Kemp, mir.is-I or (if ovei'se.is military forces' of ^ aiKi'l.i: 'Tiio finest boliavoil soldier.-; ttia: ^v^� liiivi- to (h-nl with." This i:. Ihr rcpcut of an liiijiprinl nmiiority rrtipon-siMf for the coniiiu-t of all soidier-i in : : : : ? > ? � > C. R. PATTERSON, > EDMONTON, HERO ? OF Y. M, C. A. TENT ? Paris. ,lu)io -j;!.-Cliarlos U. ? Patlirsoi:. of tilo I'nivor.^ily of ? .Mbcrta. Kdiminton, ami I loin- ? I'V Toulon, of I'hiladolplila. ; kept a Y.M.C .\. lent ruiiiiinK ? iltiy and iiiK'al uiidoi' a mciit ? CJiMinan lioni bard men t and gas attaili. Ouo iiholl strnck aloii.i;- eontinuiiig his work. ? E ? ? : ? ? proves him snilty. .\n old offender fare.t\/ /,i:f; /'idi\i;rs-//(";. Cliro'iii- 7/t\u/,;c/if.!, /'jiri in the liack^ lu-.oiiii anil other Skin AU'ections, is, because it is the only luejieine in the world made from fruit juices. It is composed of the raei1ici�al principles fonnil in apples, oranges, ligs and prunes, together with the nerve tonics and antiseptics of proven repute, r>Oe. a bo.\, ti for^L\,"^0, trial size 'Joe. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives I.imitetl, Oltawa. him. But the nimiber of criminals and wrongdoers in the Canadian force is �� reniarl;ab!y small-smaller according , to the Imperial authorities than In \ any other force-even the Guards. : i This is largely due to the splendid ! i moral citandaril pertaining in our ar-1 ; my. but the work done by the provo^i I marshal';, dciiartinent is also an im- j portent factor. | The Canadian provost marshal's | staff in London England, is as fol- j__ lows: Major C. S. Clifford. I'algary, ' .\lta., .\,P,M.: Captain R. Corbett. Vic-j London, .lune Several Canadian torla. B,C,-. Captain .1. F. Wandless. : cavalry officers were yesterday 'ga',J-�I'oronto; .Major V. C, Turner, tcmpor-i etted with the .Military Cross, ariiy attached, of Uritisli Columbia. | Lieiit. Hugh Cochrane, Dragoon.^. .-Ml members of the staff, with the ex- \ led his troops 'with great dash, des-cepllon of two clerks.' who are not physically fit. had overseas service, ^ome of them Iiave as many as four wound" stripes. CANADIAN OFFICERS WIN DECORAIIONS mmmm is BLOODIISTYASEVER; .\msterdnni, expressed by .June Zfy.-Regret was Dciuity Groebor, Gen- ii Ifl Rtaled. Col. Machlu's critlch-.m was directed ngalnst a certain elo-inont In the .Methodist church. Col, Machlu's position as a mllllary officer gives rise to unfoiwe'on compilations. , In addition lo the commission which Col. Machin holds in the mllllia ho Is an officer on leave from the Canadian ICxpeditlonary Korce, Ho 1ms already seen service In I'^riince and la liable to he called again lo trist. In the relchslag that the "ttor-1 duty overseas. It la thought unllKolv, ances of the foreign secretary wore \ ,,X',;jf,'^' will adopt any disciplinary irtolhody as a result of the interview. WILL ATIEMPI � WITH CZECHS WILL SELL LAND FOR TERiNALS still as hloodtliiriendeaco. - ~ F. W, N-