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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta KE'IG OFFICERS S. O. E. GRAND LODGE Delivering Violent Al labor lhat goes are the highest li Empire. Tnls to the man who Reach ,Veraun's 80au3e Fori1 profits If we Hell id August 1, 1915. Greeks in Albania in an Endeavor Losses ing London, July 2--Furt.He.r.1 Boris of the occupation of Alban- ian territory have been Greek bands have moved toward Berat and occupied villages along thThisyfolloWG closely the recent occupation of Scutari by fconte- negrins, and the previous Serb- Ian move into Albania. July rnmng at the trench the Argonue region in uie "July 2 lists re- yesterday indicate Uic c in action June that date including df> 13 missing, and aoncrs oi war. The third lieav- ;tlon in which the Canadians a part -occurred on June the lirst and second batta- _t heavily. Canadian casualties low reached The killed I 611, Wie wounded and issiiig l.O'JS. Bans War Talk i The didicult Jult Hushes, flmadian minister ol lett'yesterday afternoon lor oy it the subject oi war discussed. JB- York, whence he will sail iol ate England Saturday. General Hughes 15 ire! going over to inspect the second ol adian division al SliorncliDc and transact pending business with the Bohemians Help further refer- office. He also will likely the Canadians in Franco. Senator J. A. Lougheed, minister without portfolio, and. leader oi government in tht senate, gOVCriinilMIL 111 Ulli aOllllUSi, n acting minister oE militia during the London July 3. Latest' state- mentslroni the" headquarters Ships are Sunk l.o stop. dtsouBilon, being an exception. Btorloa oC her officers and oww indl- cftle that ttae casual ties Among them were InKlatsd while ths was Inflight, alter hiving been signalled sop. The craft in the liteat group 'of tor- pedoing axplolta ware the British B learners Tbgkmoore, Caucasian and Wrtbury, the schooner L. C." Tower and a barque. The crewa of all were of S.O.E. inLethbridge [mows Past grand president, F. T. lobuis, Lethhridge grand i. G Ayers, Red Deer; yice-erand resident, 0. E. Whltesides, Medicine grand secretary, R. B. Gale, "al'eiry; grand treasurer, W. T.- na >y i icore o! 8 to 6, i by> ,'the iBoari! oai j4l The vlnners ol fire we're as .iollows t tuanins -Miss Brewrink, a week ago, maiMine day' "cause for ev Under blue skieB .leecy clouds .that- threatened rain, .but' i to temper the ardent -'ra sun, and fanned a. pi the citizens of Lethbrid best and most truly ion Day .celebration t been held .in this city. The reason 'for the s celebration was that themselves and there was a unan ment that -bespoke a be it then "has" been evldei Everybody turned body who could, .and e oughly enjoyed ;'_the- which was arr: rle.d out without th'o F by the Citizens1' comm was a. slight hitch, to soon lost, sight of vrhe fun commenced. The. unablo to iet.on to thi and were, lite .in ar scene to lead the elngii rate iiung without .accc Hie. fact that: plena.! for with projongcd.. applause. John H. Bridge.dejivered an address, stirring ta a. high pitch of en- thusiasm, a number off exceptionally. welKrandered musical numbers also to. what, proved an lent programme. Rain-prevented the committee, from n-yiKg o.ut- their advertised pro- ramme ;at the- Eihibition park. Tbe; Benedicts, and the- Single Men baseball game.. .but. the ____ mfttrth lor JClieuViC n enjoyed the programme con brmusical selections, Oal and ..instrumental., and The free baseball same between tu two '.Cardston, .wards .of the Western -league, was held at _ an the to'wn square. The game the. score, then Deing 1-1, fourth innluB the [uiiini, "i c jiaDning a nou lawyer, was be called and asked to detuls of a conversation he had with Sit Rod- mond-Roblm in April last ;_Bf "id had nothing to do with the jarlla- The a poiia UNIQUE CELEBRATION Fernie The uul me observation ot Dominion -Bl the. I generation: a clianoe to enthusiasm In hilarious July-: to most e oserva ampere In the Domln.on of that which took Place -theVuiy.i To' sav that the celebration, was t attended wartd 'noV citizens of B of this by Cpmmiasipner Keio cltiteiiE loaded lip those who had jatnereir cmsatyes; the different schools, and in cession ,'apun- them; _pac civic splr-ijtiddieB.can be packed, in a street 'the to the Brtlbitlou irounds. _ De is, cara the. children obdytnsrj we're lined -up, and headed We lent. pro-! Cadet bugle band, marched to the d and-: carr buildings, they .st portion o the-_ There ThJit, nucleua of. the-crowd ut if was anfl.for the neit hour and a halt th .that probably half the population of the clty_turned out. Large crowds were 'also in attendance at the at- tractions In other parts, of-the city, arf'that on the .whole .the. people of Lethbridga celebrated Dominion. Day has njiver been celebrated igramme commenced as had een- arranged, wltti; the ..raising of he ;Unlon Jack by a. member of the uards'v' while .a detachment ot be under Sergeant- held Canada waa here uuder the direction and mMage ment ot the Ferme Michel and Coal Creek member, ot the St Johns Hospital association isHists KjlOU uildlng up of a good tint aid ace, with. lace, wiia j ku ling fthtmt them ana ,me s. ceHbra- pel- 1 itrlqtt J Vredi 133 "Green, gave ,mlhtary nd carefu handling of the l. heartily by. the .whole gather raising of the Canadian en A very pretty and nique-idea was-ibe placing :pf nnm- roua. paper Maple leaves j.u the flag, r n the. Mayor's .peech wa oru omlrr and "J lV team consisted oi tour men, MOllifc" rtretchera men (CoBtmued OB fttf Stirling Julv A] ernment iarrams stances Prsjd branches ReceptioBS fh. to sten hundrrt v.sfted National T'c4s0miargEe nSmbetf' the vlaitlns Qeoriro E Beobv. B' Taber Lady Dies Very ;