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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Alberta. Friday, July PRICE CENTS Number 172 mm ALLIES IN BAMS Reports Conflict indica- tons Point to Greeks Being Successful so far _ Salohiki, July their vic- tory over the Bulgarians at Kilkish, the troops have., been success- ful in a nuasler of. smaller engage- ments in'vilucli the fighting was very sesere. they arc drWn'g the Bulgar- ians before" them toward the north and'.the east. During the. fighting, which resulted'in the occupation' ot Ghevgheli by the the' Bul- garians became panic stricken and hur.drcds of (hew jumped into- lie Yardar and-were .drowned. The railroad between and Saioiuki Karasuli.' has be.en restored and is insopcration. About 230 wouuded .Greek- soldiers C'-V 5- f. i nich :.i.r. i. i.......', I tho i yes- i i i' i the .ii .-I it that the, Greeks were :suc- I .cesstul ii'i another' fight- at ilatskovo "in suffered complaiji Bulgarians have looted some tortured.the I- not peti- the.'Bulgarians. of Tllie.--. dts- frf LEST WE FORGET linden. July Times, editorial on ludepenu- fy ence- Djy, saya: -'Jt has be- wine one of the established C- functions of British life, and wo_ who commemorate the trl- ujiiphs of our ah- annual poiiit of joining with f.- the Americans iu celebrating our. greatest detqaL Probably few think what it signifies when Kuglisumen make a feasl: jf f RESULT OF FIGHT AT SAN FRANCISCO As the Herald was going to press it was flashed over wire that Ililch'le had fcnock- ed out in ihu eleventh round, '.THE CAYUGA INDIAN CHIEF GREYPOLE been awarded one "million dollars-- damages, being principal "and'interest on lands con- fiscated by the Americans at the time of'the Most of the Gay- are now living in Canada, but It Is not known how the million dol- lars'will be distributed. WAPENTY WOZNY SURRENDERED Man. Woziiy himself up last night to Justice, of toe Peace liolton of. Glenclla, thus coding tha search for him u-hich had so far proved He is heipg tafem lo rortage la where he will lie held pending the recovery of Peter Man. and where will have to fnco tie charge of sh'o'otiag. This' Country- Enormous and '.Profitable Market for the Slates THREW. PETITION- AT, KING Bristol, July .George .was. driving to. open- the Koyal Agricultural Show. I here today, a woman." believed to ho ja suffragette, rushed at X- his carriage, and a.pell: -.tiott at'His Malesty. ;x iiuinediately" arrested. Locating Line From Dakota Through Montana in Fifty Mile Stretches .Great Falls, July Although oo has a party of engineers vork- ing in" the field east of Conrad fin- ishmg up aa uncompleted Portion tvf the t'lara eitensiun survey vshich was put through the state last fall -and wider, it is the belief ol railroad men tbat'notMog will be by tho rcmpany towards the building of that proposed line this year. However, it is known that the Euo has decided to push its Ambrose er- tension further west thrpujh tto state and that Us final locations hate, been made lor an extension oi about' 30 miles in length running west? ard from to'at portion of tie line un- der "construction in' Sheridan in the cstreme. north-eastern part of the stale. Contractors have for- sotna tima been engaged upon the grading of tho line into the state Irom Xorth Da-" kota and it is.Kr.own here that bids' have been invited for another stretch' of the like-running westward aJshort distance south of.flie international' town of Harre in the northern part ol Valley coitn-- ty. 'l.both plac'cE: '-V -i .together, fifty .miles s'p'iXibe relreilr a'cquse'd seven horse one ol stealing harness uuTgroceaU ses -alleged itf' been 'stolen gicat--strities. 'taken .i'n. o'u HOLIDAY FOR the1 i i'hj- ancl, .f- lirgtly hdlidajr :Kiir' r boundaryiof'the '-figlon, July Thfe tor the liatil-wofklng-.1 CCats'of the' senate finance 'coinmiltee to smooth Qfttk" --JT S1FTON'. SAILS.' 4 .i.J K LU'! ifi .Confirms the Jia'ssaciei- L, Constantino oij telegraphed personally lo- here.'.con- ir. M, London, Slflon, i-Premier.1 of. for. While; and- 4 f, is at i.'t I T) I RiNtijtjE .the leii- which" J if-' city-... X'fnothy The day's, sport 'was 'a', good i- one. An'ciitc'rprising cornniittee' that. knew the "ganio had -the work in and made iho best fclnd of job.'of ono'haS ft '.chance ir. some athletic sport or 'All ih'e eyishtsi. wy re cQatesKfi.tpf tot optn'ftalria develaps the atWolc." Loagut. Bail the afUrnoori, ot, the.da'i1 Vhen 5-oynd 3-11 i, leates 6ii tlie i waged a baseball game'.-'-It's an eveh bH-that in the Wld .of ha'scball thit. dny --illd 'llie Uaiiia Ifab up for an ancoontipat the i with-PUCh .iifsh them.-; Kor well'-io li toil re appoltv. rilnft.' ONE HUNDRED AND flFTY-FOUR .DEATH SI retrisbiirg, ,J and }y_ t.-One han- pfatanfs Iwrneti lo dt'alh.toiliyiln'-i fire which destroyed -the village o{ Antradovak in the', district pi i' THROWN IHfJRSE y 'WAS 'CRUSHED IN was the vidim ol a scry, painful ai- ycilerday. Jle riding 'an lillW Ship 1M 'poaiiV froiafWifiBlpti tp. for? the..eiprew! ,'jDominion Espress ale ofi (be sifffle from iave, beeb'1450. held in horse he- nas passing .'a raised .his .teg strike, ind be- ttT..the ground. July hi of1 Ihe IndUn.ifVii ;