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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920 LETHBRLDGE. ALBERTA _ Corporal UshSTConstablejNATIONS LEAGUE v and Rassoff, One of IS BATTLEGROUND Train fenditKilled QF DEMOCRATS WARSAW, Aug. Pol- Ish foreign offite has sent a note to the'allies and a special note, j to the United States on the act- ual political it was i learned today, .LONDON, Aug- cab- inet meeting, at which the Rus- slan reply to the. British note on Poland was considered was fol- lowed by'no official Indication of tho trend .of affairs. Tilt best in- hovviver, was that Great Brjtain would accept. the -soviet it Is not wholly satisfactory. This afternoon Leo Kameneff and Leoriid-Krassln, with several 'others of the soviet delegation here, held with Pre- mier laoyd Georae. Rumania's' Attitude have succeeded in driving back across the river Bolshevik detachments which bad succeeded in reaching Iho lett bank of; the stream. Further north along the .battle front, toward the -Bast Prussian frpnUcr, a great battlo is being. fought, but no details! ol .the outcome have been given in; late dispatches. At Myznience about flve miles from: the German bound- j Running Fight Started in tafe at 2; 15, m Street Battle With Fatal Resuls-Other And Are Now Reported Surrounded oa Frank Slide! (Specialto The BELLEVUE, Aug. of the hold-up up C. P. R. train at Sentinel and two Mounted T-, n .1 ft. _____ U..H Authorize Greek l Occupation of Constantinople mui pal-tjCU ]ai.s i German Dounrj-j poles are won .entrenchedi n i- yiec] jri a battle.near Bellevue this aHeinoon land appear-to be holding their own (despite savage.'issaults against positions. In the soutberj .-sectors ol the (front fighting of a serious nature is 'going on and the Poles seem to be j 'gaining, ground at some points. 1 .Premiers Lloyd (Jeorge and Miller-1 'ami will mVet at Hylhe .tomorrow. It later. Fight Started in Bellevue Cafe to The Its that Ume the soviet j government'. vylM-' have answered; telegram- one i a oni confererce with' Mr! Lloyd one'of. strictest onic, lin -joint acton becoming-, In'to .luuMj, To R1S Millerand .BELLEVUE, Aug. a running gun fight between two of the bandits who held up the Crow's Nest Uain at oat Sentinel on Monday afternoon last, of the bandits in' was killed, a Mounted Policeman by the name ot Usher anc an A tHouglitlto _--rJ-- Frank'slide, with.a tlgrposse of police and citizens in ROME, Aya- to occupy Constantinople hai been given the Greeks by the al- lied nations, according to .a 01E-. patch received by the Osservatoro Homdno. Direct Conilahtlnople. advices bave given no inUing that any such Gorernor Cox Accepts Nomination of Party to Word Harding League Policy Will Enforce Law on Prohibition, But Points Out That Morals Can't Be Produced By Irrigation Extension DAVTON-, 0., Aug. Canad- Ihe democratic candidate I tion as indicated in the foregoing w as Ws here contemplated by tbe allies, and Ihcro nomination is no confirmation oCthe report from 'chamrilpried- (an for America and the. world to this nation's entrance Into the Uajue Ot Nations with In- terpretations" not disturbing Its vital principle .was pronounced-today by Gov. jWiucs M. Cot. the. democratic presidential standard Nearer, as his paramount policy.. his'address here. accepting the Gov. Cox 'anv other source. a I- .will leave al 7.30 o'clpaU tonight-for he will con- OllUaU .'fore tnem .prpposiUtraii: from Moscow: which may assist 'them In .dealing with tha serious, situation confronting IS KlltCUj a i Alberta Provincialpoliceman named Bailey, was shot dead the lellevue streets tHis'.aftepdo'h. Anothefjpj the bandits buglil'to is rrf ittiding on the with'a tigrposse of police and citizens in pursuit. wth .........itly 'chahir.10. proposed by President interpretations'insuring and understanding, ..and Vdenounced what he termed the dishonorable pro- posal from Senator bis re- Ing In. "The first the new tration will be ratification ot Qov.- Cot satd oredictiiiK that friends of the league .would rally to elect a senate Mth the reaulsile majority for ratification Gov. Coi salij should state "our 'interpretation of the covenant as' a rmtter ot good faith to our associates and as a precaulioi present at the premiers' confer- ence: LONDON, Aug.' Bolshe- 'IjON-DON, Au (teem to. have encountered stern re- With the" exception of the area around Bresl-Mtovskyeast of.the I'ollsh papHal.-.'no new advances by soviet troops' have been reported, and even there they have been limited by! official communication from Moscow in the statement also .have" been pre- viously reported. CounSer-Attacks Succeed r rallK.ollUC, YVlui.a uig v. j The third .bandit is believed, to have been wounded ng and is with Ajeloff. i According'to the .'story of eye-yithesses artd Basoff went into the Bellevue -shortly, afer two o clock loM to eat.' A mounted policeman, an .Alberta fro- vincial policeman, Bailey, went in to look them oVer having The Mountie called on the two bandits LAW ra DENVER publican r for jea'c'e W.ith GerraanVi' separate against any jnisunderslandirg in the futnre." Assailing tne Lodge reucr valions as.omas uliting Cos suggesled two specific Interpreta outlined bcvonl monln-; ago In a" nfevvspaper artlelej de cJirS4 America s conllnuaiue. in the League or no leagiie; ;the democra- tic nominee.. declared, is. Issue; be- tween the two issue of the lie suld... "The" Oov.: declar- ed, "whether we shall or .shall .-not join in this practical movement. the league and human? President Wilson, entered in :our name. the league n :our Harding, as the republican .Candida e for the presidency, proposer- In plain words that we remain put of it. As jujlua lost Mui-amic, about five miles to the gained Thus the Bolshevik have foothold on the west hank ol the Hug river region, but It is probable their [iirlher progress rill bo very slow, as permanent forts erected years ago to defend the city must .bo stormed if the Bolshevik are to gain ground there. nishing give, powefiiii assist- anco to Poland in her bailie against tho soviet armies. -Tlie Czcdio-Slovah minister to Franco declares In an in- terview printed lodi.y Excelsior that Cr.eclio-SlovaUia" -would consider in'-l'oiand only i! the ter- ritorial integrity sovereignty ot thai'country should bs threatened. !le C Thev refused to do so and pulled OUTCOME OF S to tiitovy uy iney-reiuseu io uu RAILWAY STRIKE RIOTS guns, starling, to shoot. .Tlie four, worked their way into the I RAlLWAi biK street and in a running gun battle staged there, the bandit and two policemen were shot dead. In the excitement which followed, Basoff's companion fc launched "vigorous 'countcr-allaclts and equilibrium. KaymondFair People- Expect on Saturday; Excellent Display of Agricultural Products Cloaine fiay Expected to Break Opening Day Directors Well Pleased-Steed's Shorthorns Sweep I the Program of Attractions. got away, but the third bandit, is supposed to have been hiding near, got into the battle, and is reported wounded He and Areloff met together somewhere in the outskirts of the village, and made towards the Frank slide, where a big posse is now chasing them. There are several .dozen policemen in ihe Pass besides special officers of the C. P. R; detective force. Superintendenl C. D. MacKintosh of the Lethbridge Division, is also here. DENVER, Colo., Aug. Ino tramwaymen at a meeting to- day'voted to call off the strike which has caused rioting here the two days, "H the eempany counscl breakers out of Wayne C. Wl he unlon.'.was Instructeu io con- fer with company officials and re- port to a meeting of the men at S.30 o'clock tills afternoon. DENVER, Aug. was placed under martial law at 1.30 o'clock this morning in a procla- mation issued by Mayor Ba ley after a conference with Col. Ballou of Fort Logan, and state officials. Troops had already begun to ar- rive from Fort Logan. Two hundred soldiers, under Col, depend n tr? league's iise-onb as an for world peace; the other stated tbij nrideralan'ding that this nation could :abt- only within tne constitution, ue ciared inalterable b> any treaU Trio other interpretation'! wae open hv Gov Cox but he said that the democratic pljtform "spaaSs in a 'firm resolution agaliiFt anything thai- "i.U the vital princlplo of the league Mjin Battleground >Jo room for doubt was left as to the governor's position on the league as tho pre eminent poltlii-al battle ground.- As. on othei subjects he stated bis position squareU "Wo are In a time which calls for slraighl. thlnklag straight talking r.nd straight acting be It is no time.lor .wobbling In position, the league question Ipii the candidate s address and to It lie devoted three thousand words ot th? total. Will Enforce Law The prohibition imcndmcnt inl Volstead law were not specified in Ih' address, but Gov. Cox premised em- phatically stria law enforcement "Tho Constitution ho said the license and limitation given to .jnil placed upon the liwnmking body Tlie TORONTO Aug. H. Hr.nna. legislative' of government i of tbo Canadian National to the rule of tbe maioritv roturneil to Toronto from The. public official filH to en a five weeks' tour of the western prov- the lais ia an enemy bo h o la firmly convinced that, as he j constitution and to the "iicfUP .tuti-il IrTon Interview last night, principle of roajo lly rule H won W stated in on earj (or mj candidate Says West Is For Higher Freights D. B. Harmn. Declares Western- ers Willing to Allow In- crease nu ease of freight rates for tho sccin uti n in v j "--v for the prcsidencj to that re P. t (Special to rte Heraid) RAYMOND', Aug. 7. Twenty-five people visited the Haymoml strrmpcdo and races yesterday, the opening day. It was Ihe biggest opening day -In many years ami the directors this morning nre wearing broad smiles as today it is cipecloc] ithnt the Hirce thousand mark will easily readied: From every view- 'point th> Hiiccess., exhibition Is a pronounced In an inspiring panoramic view. Tlie lair is a revelation of the lilgh stand- s ot Southern Alberta raitlemen .....1 (he productiveness o[ Soniliern i Alberta' .Indglnc ,-ommonccd nl ten ocloi-k] and continued through tne day. The not intend to relate his oath of. of Constable Bailey was a member of "D" detachment, A. squad of heavily armed police reserves to the scene of tlie ITVU IUII11IIIIICW. J a statement at Kotorado Springs, said thai the action of the union leaders would not sorvo to hall the arriva Another battle is expected when the final capture of the two remaining bandits is effected. JllORtU McJLiflen. unavoidably detained Wilri'the sun shining in ft cloudleas sky the fair opened under auspicious i clrcirastanccs. The weallicr. ycster- ilav was Ideal and today promises to be n repetition. Tho roada leading Into naymond are in splendid shapo and hundreds took advantage of them by motoring to Iho fair. The Eround, yesterday were packed with spelling. prosperity in big letters. Aorlcultural Exhibits Good From an asrlcultiirai standpoint, wlilch is ihe feature lhat the directors here do not (ail lo stress, the fair is one of the moat.lnlereaUng and llnim- inatinK In the' history of thfi society, I which naa heitl fourteen fairs in wcaKb, resources nnd culture ol choron predominates ns he seems lo in the preference of tlie western Can- adian, farmer. H, S. Allen of Hay- mond, has some splendid specimens,