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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY. .MAY 10, 1910 NUMBER 127 Place Damage at 3 Rebels Taken WHEN A GERMAN "FOKKEK" COMES WITHIN RANGE OF BRITISH ANT1 AIRCRAFT May deputation of residents of Dublin which will wait i on Premier Asciuitli shortly to urge i that the government make a grant for i restoring Dublin, estimates tliat tlio total (hiinuKe there will exceed i 000 pounds. It is expected that John j Redmond will heart the delegation, i iDOO Rebels Taken Dublin, May thousand rebel, prisoners ctiijlureu In the south have arrived in Dublin on their way to England. The rebels are reported to have adopted ill sorts of ruses to: avoid arrest. Several of them wore I found hiding in coffins in PJI under- j taking establishment. Details of the marriage of Grace Giffard to Joseph Pluukett, an hour before Plunkett was executed, are published. Tlio brlrto wore widow's weeds at the ceremony. The bride's mother, who had long op- posed her daughter marrying Fluiik- ett, was not informed of the marriage until the day after it took place and her (laughter a widow. Plunkett settled all his property on nte wife before he wag executed. A very game Is the winging of the enemy's air craft. The warning "Here comes a Fokker" sends eyery man to the guns aim si-cut IB tho joy when a machine is winged. Photo shows men rushing to the guna. __________________________ Vancouver, B.C., May sMartin has not abandoned the hope of returning to 'London to take his seat In tlie Imperial house as -life' member for St. Pancras. Just at pres- ent, however, the old parliamentar- ian ie lying (n the Vancouver general hospital too sick to move. When a hoy he suffered 'an. injury to his leg and flvery ten years, with Increasing intensity, his shiubone troubles him. He may" 'bo compelled to stay In bed for several weeks yet. He Will Command Artillery With Progress Some definite news as to the brig- ading of WBstern batteries may be ex- pected -within a short time. Col. Ogil- vfe, who It is understood, will com- mand the new western artillery hris- ade was in the city yostedary from Victoria park barracks. He was well pleased with-the type of men enlisteii and -with the progress made so far. Col. Ogilvle left for Rcglna and Win- nipeg and- inspected the batteries there, which, with the Lethbridse a.id Victoria batteries, -arc expected to complete the western brigade which he will command: that Capt. Collmson wlio -will- command the Cist will ar- rive in the- city shortly. He was ex- pected on Tuesday. With hia arrival the .battery will begin to think of going to summer camp. Petawawa is still looked m as the likely place and orders to move arc expected about, the end of this month. So far as tha 113th Highlanders are concerned, they have received no def- inite word as to when they will leave for Sarcee but it is expected they will be in the big camp by June 1. c- BRITISH TELL HUN LOSSES London, .May official British statement the Ger- man casualties in April issued here today places the total at The number of German casualties since the beginning of the war is given as Word was received in the city to- day that Pte. A. A. Browning, hus- band of Mrs. A. A. .Browning, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fiddes, Leth- hridge, was killed in action at the front on April 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Browning enlisted in the Seaforth Highlanders and Mrs. Browning has been living with her parents here since her moved to England. COMPULSORY TRAINING .Montreal, May 9.-TOovernors of Mc- Glll university today decided Dial an students must take military, training during their first three years. ft BARON WIMBORNE allowed to exist is beyond all hum- j turned in. Somewhere south in the house. Sir Robert Bor- an compreheusion. Loco a year ago of cardston the water disappeared den did not express an opinion as to furnished an. able body of luh.bej> into the earth to overcome thesis, jjut advised tlie withdrawal of jacks for the 54th battalion, some 50 jgak about 3Q milea ,of _ men throwing up their situations m i nare to be concrete lined, the cause of empire. importa- tion of alien enemies to take their places is the price paid. It is said I these men will receive ?2.50 per day j "n wages. Willie workmen at Vancouver are j crying out for bread and work, these wops are imported the place) of white labor, A prominent labor man in the city who has just return- ed from the coast told tho Herald representative that he qould secure five 'thousand men