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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBKiDGK, "ALBEHTA SATUKDAY, SKPThMBkR j remier Zaimis Makes This An- Says Situation Is Grave UKIT1HII HOUSES OF PAELIAMKNf IX CANADA Rome, Sept. cached here today that the rev- olution in Greece is spreading ml thai niavlial law lias been jrocluimix! in Athens, Piraeus nd several oilier cities. The uprising is cxlcntlin" in 'hes'saloni and Epirus, ogelhcr with Greek Macedonia vhcre the movement was inau- gurated, constitute the northern inlf of Greece. The condition of King Con- stantino is reported to be very erious. Constantine has heen n ill health for several months, never having recovered from an operation J'or pleurisy. A short imc ago a second operation was >erfornied, but there have been 10 previous indications that the (ing's condition was serious. London, Sept. an aud- 1 lance lastihg two hours on Thurs- day, with, Conotantlne of Greece, (Which, gave rise to persistent ru-. Zalrnis, according ''to1 a dlspatefi' filocl at Athens yes- Baifl :that Greece main- tajhed har .policy of friendly neu- entente pow- ers, while aWiiitrag Venizeibs Speaks Out London, Sept. Venizelos, of Greece, leader of the party which favors participa- tion In the war with the Is quoted in a dispatch from'Ath- ens, as having said to friends that the situation was becoming more and more grave for Greece. Vonizelos blamed those who had" advance knowledge of RCu- mania's intentions for not bring- ing about the intervention of Greece at least simultaneously with Rournanla. Allied Fleet Before Athens Athens, Sept. i., via entente allied fleet, consisting of 23 warships and seven transports, has arrived off Piraeus, the port of Ath- eiis. Revolt Confirmed London, Sept. Ilritish for- eign office'announced tonight that it hail received official confirmation of the reported Greek revolt at Saloniki, The- foreign office, however, saya It lias nothing of tho reported abdication- of King Constantine of Greece. Photo shows an unusually pood reproduction of the Heart or ilia Emplro'n Notional Exhibition, now on in Toronto. as constructed i.n front of the grand stand of the Canadian New Advance Aided By Developments In Balkans Where Bulgars Back Up-- German Attacks On West All Repulsed Senate Expected To Pass The Adamson To Sign Today Washington, Sept. as soon us the House bijl-unamended becomes A. ,0. Garretson, spokesman for the Brotherhoods, reiterated today, "the strike order will be recalled." Washington. Sep.Cr 2 Wo law of enough 'of President Wil- son's program-to. pB.vent; the railroad seemed i when the sen- re-assembled this, morning at 10 ate ae re-ae o'clock Tirtth the program, which calls for a vote not later than six o'clock tilis evening. It was the belief .of the administration leaders that the Adamson bill as It passed the house late Friday, -approved by the presi- formally accepted by the tie- labor leaders as meeting jnands, would eventually be .acce] by the senate, thus obviating deia, the conference to reconcile the dif- ferences with the house. As soon as the perfected bill is finally passed a special messenger will carry it to the summer White house at Shadow Lawn, so the Idcnt may sign at once and end the menace of a general paralysis'of the country's' transportation lines at 7 o'clock Monday morning. Embargoes Cancelled Sept. assured that tho strike order w.ouid be can- celled, eight of the hlg. lines running out of this city have cancelled em- bargoes. Withdraw frpm Strike Chicago, Sept 1 thousand conductors employed on the Chicago BULGARIANS FLBE1NG London, Sept.2 Athens dispatch says: "The Bulgarian retreat from Greece appears to have begun. Serbian cavalry has arrived at the entrance of Sorovic.evo. Bulgar detacnments ther south'at Elevis and Tsartsilsr have been forced to evacuate iheir positions. Pateli, the last Bulgarian position on the Serbian left flank, was evacuated yesterday. .The dispatch was dated Aug. 30. 'T" I 1 EBRATION ON MONDAY Attorney-General's. Department Sleuth and SI. P. Detectives Made Three Arrests Booze 'cases are coming thick and fast in' Lethbridge now that the lid has bien pried oft a little. Yester- day Inspector Heaketh of the attor- ney-general's department blew in and last n'lghl in company with Detect- Irts Varziirland Lobb of the Mcuuted police they did a little still-hunting with the result that Mrs. Ferguson, colored and the Alberia Buffet pro- prietors appeared before Inspector Chahey at the barracks this morning charged with infringements of the act. was charged with selling- liquor at her residence and fined and costs; Her de- fense was that it was only a case of beer', she had got in for her own use and ahe did: not think she was doing "wrong as it was her own house. The proprietor of the Alberta Buffet was charged with having whiskey in the cafe, which is a public place. It is understood he wHT appeal tho con- viction on which he was fined and costs, on the ground that the hard stuff was for personal use. Minnie May, who lives on 3rd -St. South will also appear this afternoon before Inspector Chalky charged with selling booze. The result of the (rial was not known at the time of going to press; V The above cases make five in Loth- bridge this week, badly smashing the clean record (he city nas cnloyod since July the new liquor wont into effect. Paul .system have Garroteon, general Order of Hallway Milwaukee St. telegraphed A. B. chairman Conductors, that they drawn from the sink E. D. Sewall, vice-president of the M. St. P., stated, toda. Refuse to Strike Siora Falls, S.D., Sept. from authentic sources heie tod.u say tliat all engineers on the Chicago St. Paul, Minneapolis: and Omaha line iiave refused to" strike. Others; Follow; Suit Chicago, Sept of the employeed on the Atclilsou.'Topeia and Sanla Fe rail road will meet tonight-.and request their union chiefs to wuhdrav tho or der to strike, according to a state- ment issued today to .1. pas senger traffic manager of the road. Not for six years has Lethbridge en- thused so over a Labor Day celebra- tion as is the case this year, and Mon- I day's events right from the parade representative of union labor t el grth in this city, in the morning to the last event at the fair grour.ds in the even- ing, will seem like old times when Lethbridge could boast of bunn the most strongly organized union city in the province. The big parade, which will be a fea- ture of the celebration, will start af 9 30 in the morning from the corner J of 13th St. and 3rd Ave. S the route already published. It is de ired to tove it early in the morning so I that everyone may have time to go to tho nark for an early start on the. big program 01 sports in the -aftenioon. In connection with the parade ill! floats, antos Mid those competing for j prises -will keep to the right and the Mounted Police, soldiers, union men and others to the left, at Gait Gardens then the parade is separituip The Kiltie Band will take up its position between the Uethbridge hotel and the h-ie 1> I Ilisinhothnm block, and the Miners mo-vement Band between the. Union Dank and Ry land's stove when directed All floats will be judged both in the classes and in their own particu- lar class. KIDN PAIR IS WORIHYOF! Fine Agricultural Exhibits, Es pecialJy In The'Horse And Cattle Classes (By a staff reporter) Cardston, Sept. 2. Threatening weather may have dampened the ar- dor of the crowd at the opening day of Cardston's agricultural fair, bul it did not detract from the genera high ijuiitty of the exhibits. With livestock in this district doubling and trebling year it was no surprise a dozen and more en- tries in some :of- the -livestock Com- petitions. The entries in the live- stock classes are greater in number morning and RUSSIANS ADVANCE ON LEMBERG AGAIN PetTO-rad Sept. 2.-The new Russian offensive in Galicia has resulted In further aov-mces in the direction of Lemberg and farther south, near the Hungarian fighting is under way. The Austrians resisting desperately, but their counter-attacks have been repulsed everywhere. KOVEL ONLY 38 MILES DISTANT Petrocrad Sept 2 -Southwest of the Village of Toboly, 38 miles northeast of Kovel? on the Stokod. the enemy resumed the offensive but was repelled near Sheltuvov'and Koroymlza, fierce fightine "Toward Zloehotf. (40 miles east of Lemberg) Haito our troops as than ever before. It rained yesterday With fine monster going to draw many people from the towns in the south country, only to see Tom Three Persons once again essay to stick to the hurri nibs 'Sky Socket." weather there will be even it the farmers are too busy to be 011 hand. The small towns of. the south will be deserted. The labor men have left nothing to: make the day a success and that success will crown their efforts will be proven. at noon prospects were far from bright. Exhibitors held off until the gun came out before they would bring included Messrs. Pilling, Purnell, Payne, Cahoon and in their entries. The result was N Barker as a resident, that Messrs. Galbraith anrl Mclntyre n._r- am- doubt that there essay to stick to the hurricane deck ot the livestock judges, had to postpone their work until However, when the entries did commence roll- ing in they made a splendid showing, Hungarian frontier) cap- tured several heights south of Voromenka. ALLIES POUND AWAY AT BULOARS Paris, Sept. 2.-On was Between the "cerna" river and Vardar there f ihSmKellverei Bulgarians in sector of VetrenlK was re- pulsed easily by the Servians. f HUN ATTACKS ON WEST FRONT FAIL" Paris, Sept. 2. "On the Sommo front there was considerable .activity jy the enemy and our ah'lr hfe'the. sector of Maurepas and'iiri- mediately 'sou'th of the river. After violent and repeated attacks on a por- tion of the trenches taken by us on 31 south of Estrees, the Ger- mans occupied some parts of these, positions at the cost of appreciable osses. "In the Champagne district, German reconnoitertng parties -vest of Auber- were all represented. Johnson show-' ed a remarkably fine Holsteia hull heading his herd. ham exhibitors were i-Marsden-BTogr, P Bevans, Ellison and Wal- ter Pitcher. Herefords were not represented though the district owns some good herds of this breed. drive their cars Automobile drivers.are asked not to through the parade while it is on llie march. Commissioner Freeman has arrang od to run all cars to Henderson Park fair grounds from noon on Monday The sports at the, park promise to be exceedingly good. The Stampede nnough in itself to attract i big cio-wd being directed by Hyssop Bros is enough in itself to attract a big crowd, but added to that "will bo the hoi se races and the track and field events, which with music by the famous Letli- oridse Highlanders Band should make ihc day n big one. The stampede is mere was would be-a good showing m the poul- try department where J50 entiles competed. Cross and Co. of -iMllar- ng n e practically every class being repre- sented. As at Raymond, the cattle and horses were the main feature. There were half a dozen pens, of sheep, but the hog entries could almost be said to be conspicuous by their absence. !f anyone will why hogs are so neglected in these or Tat hog prices, he will be conferring a favor. One expected to see a.better exhibit in centre of the best dairying district of the south. Horses 'and Cattle The agricultural horse classes brought out the best showings in the horse exhibits, while the dairy class- es in cattle were well nlled. Few beef cattle were shown. Percherous were shown by Messrs. Leavitt, Carson, Winder and Bevans. compete. ross nev Man., were present with then carload of all kinds of feathered Aris- tocrats and added greatly to the in- in this department. Mr. Bai- ker acted as judge. Grains and Grasses Grains and grasses made a nice e ye and south of Tahnrfc dispers- ed by hand-grenades. A Russian pa- trai put to mght an 6 party northwest of Anuerlve a.ter lively _ ____ _- B Mr. Perry is now In. the trenches in Flanders: M he is as successful behind the gun as he has been behind the, plow in this district he will make good. However, good mae ork in the development of goo wor n grains and grasses in the Cardston district lives on, and the showing is somewhat better at this lair than at other small town fairs in the prov- ince. Alfalfa occupied a conspicuous place in the exhibit With alfalfa and ll uui-m.., tue UarUSLUU 4. couple of really fine stallions wore aair> cattle w fl Th s. in the Clvfles Messrs. never go broke. J. j- Cardstou coimtry_will I in the'stall' In the Clvnes Messrs London, Sept. Express has I frelease Workman, Hasiem, Pitcher, and lenseu we e the Ing exhibitois with sonic well set up animals. Messrs Art Pitcher Quehtm and H B Kelly showed in the Belgian class- es A chunky hay stallion shown by Pitcher att-acted wide attention He neighs a ton and has all the eai marks of a line animal Queutin showed a sorrel stallion that has class With such a-limils as were on the grounds veiterd-u form the foundation of. the Cardston Geneva dispatch says Prill von Buelow's frequent threats at Rome, that if Italy declared war, Ger- many would pass through Switzerland and take Milan, are having their ef- fect, as .the Italians' are entrenching and iortiiying along the Swiss fron- tier. The Journal adds that the Swiss are ready to protect their neutrality. C. P. R. May Yet Purchase Raymond Sept H H Kol i They inspected the factor} amlp lap. of Denver head of the United States Sugaic Manufacturers' assocm- tlpni and a shareholder and counsel for the Knight; spent a few hours in Raymond yesterday in company with a representative of the Industrial department of the Canadian Pacific railway companj the object of their visit being to look into the beet sugar situation heio with view to the dlsoosnl of the plant ,c. thll point. II Is undorslood that thi. L P_ 3 has made Ihe Knight Susir T an offer, and Judge Rollap was Jiere to promote the sale of the Raymond fac lory- Neithei palty would dlvulgo drove out to B; F. MiSner's patcl beets which fie is raising for seed. The patch is looking excellent Judge Rol las, asked Mr. Jlilner to pull a certain beet. He 'ccEld- not pull It but dug out the beet with a shovel. After a thorough examination re- marked that the beet was perfect. The C.-P, Ji. man seemed greatly pleased at (he success of Mr. Milncr. Interest is running high here. The south is hoping that the C. P. R. will lake over the faviury am! i w e J The last two seasons have been ideal for beets, and It Is generally felt that the Knight Sugar company closed tho BAND CONCERT TONIGHT .Cajjt. Ascjuifh of the 113th Highlanders asUs the ri.erald to nnnoimcG that if the weather is unfavorable for the Kiltie band concert in Gait Gardens this evening it will be held in the .Majestic theatre. The bant! has gone to enormous ex- pease to come to Lethhridge for Labor day and citizens aro requested to turn out in large and be as liberal as (jossible-in their collections at the concerts. The. band's an- pepranee here will be its fare- visit to Lethbridge-and it hon'd meet w.ith a rousing re- ception. never go uiimi.. .1. Suce were judges in this Department Vegetables made a good .howtag a usual ,u Cardston, and were judged district's af- horses, the conntrj thereabout should become famous for its, horseflesh in a few years Dairy Classes Good As mentioned the daln classes led In the cattle exhibits Among the hihitors were John Johnson John Ibtv Cahoon Eros and las P I ow Holstems Ayrslures and by E. judge X Barker! Mrs. Rirle was the children's department and John C. Saow Jr., In ihe educa- tional and boys' work exhibits. Feature Exhibit A feature exhibit is displayed by .lohn Nelson showing curios and other articles debcrijjtive ot life on .Samoan Islands where Mr. Nelson spent several years as a missionary of the L.-D. S. church. The Lethbridge experimental farm exhibit is again shown here and at- tracted favorable attention- In all, there are over loOO exhibits and with a good crowd in sight for today i a the Cardston fair ot 1916 today e a pass into history as one of the best ever held. Schools Reopen Tuesday, Changes In Teaching Staff definite Information but tae judge i doors just when success was about to secmud in very oiitlmhtlc spiius. realized. Spa Wheat Track Wheat OctT Wheat Oct. Oatj Oct. Flax will be a sorrowful day foi the bojs and gills ot Lethbridge for 4. 4 on that datt, they will lune to go dig up theii mustj school book., fiom the bark closets and ine themaehes to the schools to sit In durance vile toi file and a half hours a da) five dajs MARKETS 167 156 150 49% 18854 WEATHER Hlgii Forecast: Mostly fair .today, local showers tonight and Sunday will' a week I fall term til" J" During the holidays there been m-uiy changes in the teaching "taff of the schools Air Crawford of Lacombe will be installed at High Qnimni.nn' master, Mr. 'James Davidson who has been of Clireiholm schools comes to the citj as principal to take the place of K P. art now a member of the 7Sth who has been for several years on the Central School staff, goes to Gal- braith as principal. Miss Kathrme Dunne, who returns 10 the city after a vear's absence, goes to Central. Miss Marion Smith, of Lethbridge. has been engaged for the Fleetwood statf. Miss MacLeod, of Coaldale, has been to- engaged for the Fleetwood slaff. Mrs. Slarjorle Hlslon, or Toronto, Is one 01 tho now teachers and will have charge of Westminster Kindergarten. "Miss Olive Pedley conies from Camrose to Galbraith, Miss Loretla Coffin from Prince Edward Island to Galbraith ami showers tomai" ana sunoay wren. r. BMW Miss Bthel Dawaoa s Fein (lieville. prospects are that a new rooms will have to be Wrenthaiu to Har- l counlp of opened "On the right bank of the Meuse (Verdun front) the enemy -violently bombarded our positions in the neigh- borhood -of Thlamont work and for no reason whatever set up curtains of fire. A German attack against the village of Floury was stopped by our re. "West of Pont-A-Mousson, the Ger- mans, after artillery preparation, at- tempted to emerge from their trench- es near Fay-en-Haye, Our curtain ot fire caused this operation to miscarry. Northwest of Hegneville, a strong- enemy detachment which, was attempt- ing to approach our lines under cover of an explosion, was repulsed. Every- where else the night was calm." RUSSIANS IN, FIGHT ON' WEST' FRONT Paris, Sept. repeated and violent attacks last night, the Germans re-occupied part of the trenches taken recently by. French on the Somme front south of Estrees. In the Champagne district Russian troops put to flight a German conting- ent northwest of Auberive after a spir- ited engagement. BRITISH RECAPTURE TRENCHES AT DELVILLE- London, Sept. night as the result of a minor says the British" official statement on the Somme front in France, "we drove the enemy from a portion-of a small area intersected'with trenches northwest of Delville Wood, which he tured on Tauisday." Elsewhere there were no important infantry encounters. During the last twelve hours hostile artillery general- ly developed greater activity and some fairly severe but intermittent bom- bardments have been carried, out. by the enemy, who used a large propor- tion of gas shells. HEAVY FIGHTING ON TRENTINO FRONT Rome, Sept. 2. Violent artillery fighting occurred yesterday on tho Treiitino front. An Austrian attack in valley was repulsed. C. P. R. STOCK New York, Aug. sale of Canadian Pacific today was at 178. t- WILSON ACCEPTS i NOMINATION X Long Branch. N. J., i Wilson formally' accepted his re-nomination 'r recounting the legislative, 'r ord of the Demo which will he at Fleetwood. ft ;