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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA'S BIG EXHIBITION WESTERNTO START WORK Wilson and 1 dett-Goutts had. mentsRedu CITY LuSEwsley. ll appeared for the Jolinstonc for the "OUTRAGES TorpeiDrhl3ards and Destroys Twjs of Greek Refugees Exchange Tele- graplnPatch from Athens to- day torpedo boat bom two ships fill- ed and also bom- hardfeeks on the Island of Gou: VO' 1 in. con: resi TOU ten bar, Ilia, set] inel CONTINUE' ITINGHOUSE STRIKE 'a., July strike ighousfi factories is to jie strikers abide by the srday's balloting. About men and women of the 'who are out, cast their the leaders said today !cenl. voted to reject the [roposed by the manage: SEJGIBSON'S ESTATE Out., July late sJson of lleamsvllle, left an Id at between and {After .the ilentll of his wid- jjitc Is to be divided equally i five.daughters. (RELIEF 'FUND Iinnectlon with tile grant Il.OOO by tlin provincial linient for the relief of I-Illlcrest. sufferers, the II Is naked to state that lonn should be J payable to the Treasurer, Jest Commission, Ko, Union Hunk, Hlllerest. U. S. Minister Williams to Al bania Criticizes Prince William of Wied jpecial Trains From All Parts of the South-Bumper Crowds Expected-Racihg Every Day-Manager McNicol Snowed Under With Futurity a Feature- Plenty of Music and Many Other Attractions Where the South's Premier Exhibition is Held DOG DAYS ARE HERE; SWELTER HAS HE RESIGNED JOB Washington D C July ac- tion of the State- irtment in dis claiming rtsponsibiliti for publishe statements criticising conditions r Albania, credited lo C eorge Prt Williams, nerican Allnibter t Greece, attracted wide-spread altal tion in ollicial and diplomatic circle here today. Secretary Bryan in formal statement, repudiated -the a leged utterances of Air de daring tiut were made solcl on-thu.ministw's owi> authority. Till step, which is said If n o suj. gested b; lent Mil was rcganled as highly significant ollicial circles. Coming at this time after official of the Government had heretofore de clined lo comment on press dispatch- es, quoting Minister .Williams as hav- ing attacked Vrince William of Wicd and his goveriinient in Albania, Ihe action occasioned considerable com- ment. Although press despatches re- ported that the minister had tender- ed his resignation, it bad. not so far as could he learned, reached the de- partment early today. Possibility of still further d'uvelopinentsMent addi- tional 'interest to the situation. PRESIDENT. ACTS Philadelphia, Pa., July dent Wilson has requested the resig- nation of George Fred Williams, Am- erican minister lo Greece .and Monte- negro as a result of Mr. William's public state'ments regarding the situ- ation in Albania. This became known following the president's arrival here today. LEiMIEUX VERY, ILL Montreal. July Hud- olpbe Lemleiix is dangerously ill. He was yfeter- day with apnen'dicitis. J v 5000 WORKMEN STRIKE London, July thousand tvbrkmen employed fn the govern- ment arsenal at Woolwich struck to- day, closing the 'works. The trouble was started by tho engineers, who walked out hi support of the demands for higher wages. Some facts of the Fair All ready for Southern Aibeita s Big Exhibition. Time Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 7th, 8th and 9th. tilace Henderson Park Exhitn tioh Grounds. Admission To the grounds cerits to. the- grandstand, 25 cents. Tuesday Farmer's Day, judging commences at 3' o'clock sharp Wednesday Southern AlbeiU district features. Thursday Citizen's Day. judges Saddle and carnage Tolmie, .Victoria Pcr- cheron, Belgian and Suffolk-Punch Fletcher, Elgin, Ill- inois Clydesdale and Shire hors- Brcdt. fialgary Dairy H. Mutton, LacombCi Beef cattle, sbeep and swine Tlios. Laycock, Okotoks all ap- pointed by J. D. Smith, acting superintendent of Fairs and tutcs, Edmonton. Poultry E. N. Barker, Cardston, and Jos eph Shacklcton, Calgary. Manual A. and Alex. Smith. Arts, Miss PaUison and 'Tills, n. T. Brymner. Map Charles Raley. study, E.'H. Strickland. The Men Behind .Hon. Presidents Hon. Martin Burrell, .Hon. Mar- hall Adams. Vice-Fres: Prof. Fairfield. Sec.-Manager J. McNicol. Directors A. E. -W. Oli- ver. 0. J. Eckstorm, n J YUiitnei 'H. Boyrt, Jas. W. II. Pawson, H. J. Goode, G. M. Hitch. Associate Directors Drewry, Cow- ley A. L. Dollar, High River; James Westbrookc, Let h- hridgc Jas. H. Lay- cock, Okotoks'; Ray i Knight, Raymond; W. i W. Douglas, Tahcr; S. Y. Card, Cards- ton J. H. Riric, Jlagrath Chas. Eg- an, Warner James Blair, Granum. RepieSLntalnes CiU of I ethbridge Mavor .Hardic, Commissioners Gface''.anU. Kcid Ofiicial .Veterinary Surgeon Dr. RUs'if, V. S. Olfice 01 the tion Building, Fair Grounds. Today is tile last day of grace and prepar- ation. Monday will be occupied in placing the entries ready for the judges. is practically ready for the big opening on Tuesday There is only one "if" that can intervene, between the fair and-success, and it seems to be old Sol's innings, so 'that the: officials are not worrying about the weather. McSiico! stated to the Herald last night that he was com- pletely snowed under with entries, and he could not give: even an approx7 iiiiate idea of 'the number. He has en- gaged'extra help to dig his way from under the. pile that has accumulated so fast, and will not have the exact number until tonight. With such a tremendous number of entries, it seems that a crowd is as- sured, lor every exhibitor will have a number of attendants, and his friends will all- want to see the rib- bons on his stock after it has been fudged. Mr. 'McN'icol would make no pren'ictiM as to the probable attend- ance other than to. say that he ex- pects it to succeed any previous rec- ord. (Continued on page These must lie tlie "dog days." Lethbridge sweltered in midsum- mer heat yesterday. The thermom- eter stood at 00, according to the observations taken by the official observer at the Experimental farm. Hut if it was hot here, the mer- cury must have been trying to climb out the top of the thermom- eter at Medicine Hat, where the official observer says it stood at U8. This was the highest recorded in tlis West, though Kamloops, U. C., and Kindersley. Sask., rail the town made famous by Hud- yard Kipling, 6reat race with 36. Calgary had 92 for lair wea- ther. There is relief in sight, how- ever. This morning a slight breeze from the west sprang up, and Old Probs says for tomorrow Local thunderstorms, but most- ly fine on cool- BYLAWS BUMPED Current Account Deficit Only One Passed-Oth- ers Smothered SOUTH SIDE DID IT North Lethbridge Passed Every- thing-Market Bylaw Thrown Into the D.scard COMMISSIONERS SORE Liberal Press Generous in Praise of the Great Unionist Statesman FUNERAL ON MONDAY London, July. "Hon.', Joseph Chamberlain's funeral 'takes place on PRIVY COUNCIL ALLOWS CANADIAN COLLIERIES' APPEAL hondon, July Privy Coun- cil today allowed the appeal of Can- adian Collieries, Dimsmiiir, et al vs. Diuismuir et and dismissed the cross appeal. .These actions were concerned with the construction of an option to purchase mining property. QUEBEC'S NEW LOAN 17 PBR CENT. SUBSCRIBED London, July Is nndersipod that SSper cent, of the Qtiehac mo- vinclal loan per cunt, at par, went to the iinderwi'iturs, Ihe jnifcUc Diking 17 'per com.' The Ktocli, however, is quoted at only W discount today, showing that invest- ors will get it very' litt'le cheaper by applying after New Officers of V. Pythian Knights i Duty Installed The following officers of, (.Abridge Lodge No. 2 Knights of M'thias were duly installed by Deputy Grand Ons Nc.i- Iflig, assisted by JJ Geo. Harper, firaml and W. 1.- I Taylor, D. G. Ci B. V. Jt Collier. Al. oi JNeirtig. S. and M. of M. at I. 0. O.-G. H. After the closi ing the member: a social time b ollicers, spccclie OKOTOKS FIElD WILL 'SOON BE PROVEN Calgary, Alta.j. July the finding of crude ol'l in tiiu v.-ell of tho Southern1 Alberta Co.j experts give It choir opinion that the Okotoks field, will suoii lie .proven, the order of the Ritchie. Kealey. Nr-idig. Roy. of the regular meet- i were entertained- to .the newly installed songs, etc.; being evening. Great preparations are being made by Lethbridge IlLodgc, and .a large delegation will sattend the Supremo Lodge Coiivcntiiiun, being held in the City of Winnipeg. MORE HI'lNDUS COMING C D.C., July second pnrtW of 360 .Hindus is en route toi'Canada to Join tho 350 now JG pionilnm British Columbia also is well supported. South Yamwuver will shortly "offer 000 la 5 per ceute at 91 BUILDING FIGURES JUMP _------- Building figures for the mont hof .lime show 'some startling Increases. They to- tailed while for the corresponding month last year they wore only an. in- creaao of .For the per- iod from January 1 until the present time, 1914, the figures are 'For the corres- ponding period.last year they For Against -U 43 139 107 151 BYLAW 235 (Public Works) Proposition A (Water feated: A. B. 1'ot. For 57 41 98 Against 31 135 i 166 Proposition B (High presure water) Defeated: For 68 59. 127 20 107 127. Proposition C (New Defeat. cd: For Against 62 lilt 100 .131 121 Proposition D (Water De- feated: For Against 62 20 71 96 Preposition E (New For 67 Against 17 (Continued on 65 98 Out of a total oi Included in the live money bylaws submitted the burgesses yesterday, only about was voted. The only, bylaw to be endorsed in toto, was number 236, covering the deficiency of in current account for the past six years, and .debentures can- not be issued under this bylaw until permission has been received from the Provincial government. The only oth- er items to Pass were for small amounts. One was for for., storm sewers for the subway at 13th street, and the other to cover dis- count on debentures issued under by- law 170, amounting to about Every proposition on Mr. Reid's bylaw was killed with a vengeance. Commissioner Grace's bylaw was al-. so completely smothered, with the exception of ti.o 'for storm sewers. The market bylaw was knocked in- to a cocked ha't. The total number; of votes cast amounted to an aver-i age of about 250 on each The: ce tie id J US I ;