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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME X11L SIXTEEN PAGES LOTHBRHWE. ALBHtTA, SATmtrvMT TTJCY 3 PAGES NUMBER 172 An Imperial Statesman Aflwn Dunharm GWs in History at Tot- onto University, BRILLIANT CAREER! CITY SCHOOLS HELl'ED TORONTO; July strive or Mho six fellowships awarded by Mlie Unncrsity Toronto j-liecn non bj of I' universities. The JMdcKcuzie fellowships ilicea awarded to Waller Bcn- Uell Harvey, of Winnipeg and to sMiss Aileen Dunham of Leth- jlirldge, Alia Mr Hancy is en- jjlcred for political science and rMiss Dunham .s enlcrccl for {history. The- four iciiCniaiilpS ilflVC Uiceu awarded as follows: Mis'! Pafricia Smith, Oak Bay, in. C, for historv( Miss Hilda Inclining, Saskatoon, botany, [Miss Bessie Hall, Tnpola, Alta (philosophy, and W. E. Staples, f M Thomas, Onl, Oriental lang itiages. Miss Dunham is a sister of CWalkcr Dunham this 3 ear's Scholarship man for iMberta. S. a Dunham, father ot ,MIss AIlwn ,when read the above dls batch, sUted that the Information wa prat received to tie effect that hit hid tup {Fellowship In' burtary at the To- ronto University During the year Misa Dunham, whfle a student at. tha University, made an eifort for three scholarships ua biatory, one at father's old university, HIs- Bonrl.-one at Chicago, and one nt To- ron'.o: She -won all. three, hut de- clined the fl rat two, and It now her Intention tn attend Toronto aud there take her M..4. degree and her Ph.D. 'Had she not woo the .Toronto fel- lowship it was her Intention to enter (Harvard this fall. Mr. Dunham- attributes the brilliant university .work ot Miss Durham and >.is "son, Walker Dsnhinn, ir.Is year's Alberla Rhodes 3cholarsb.lp man, to the excellent grounding they received In the IjGthbrMge-Itlgh School under former Principal Hodgson and Mr. Clray. .-Daring her four years at tho local high school Miss Dunham led the province each year In Iho final examinations, and after goini; to Iho Alberta University site continued her brilliant work, leading in miny do- partmonts- ye-ir after year. .Naturally the parent's of Miss ham. and Walker are .very proud of. their acacremli; achievements, and J.ellibrldge is, loo, for tho prize Is open to the students of the uulversl- ties of the world for scholastic attbSu- hienl in hlstpry. July {Canadian TtoM the liudinf, "An "81r Jlobsrt 'Borden'i rttlre- Mtt_tbB leadership of vrlil be _____fcr Mother Country, U Trtth UB> guidance, nationhood within aaitV Is onii or the treat nif- tier nor empire can tie debt no MCADOO AND COX GO INTO FINAL DATS BATTLE IN TOP POSITIONS IfciSj- Mail that through i Iras to a >try high Ideal ot Im Rumor That Ames Plant Closing Down Is Denied MONTREAL, .Inly denial of 4he rumor that Its plant was closing NOTCH was Issued yesterday by Hie Atueu. llolden. llcCready Shoo Com- Jinny through T. It. niedcr, president. Hledor slated thnl (bo Jiad temporarily suspended niannfac- Sure ot certain lines of which It has nn ample stock, and that production certain other lines much In nomanj r.'ouM bo enormously increased If labor jwas obtainable. He also denied nnoth- pr printed statement lo (he effect that Jiis.company was going into the retail M Mr. liieder stated thai shoo prircs be expected In como down hver-nlsht. because of the sllillifgh 61 hides, leather and other AIRMEN fK SESatON Chairman of .Convention COT Made Greatest Accessions m Fiwt ,Day's 'BaUottiag But MoAqop's Supporters Expect Huh-to Make Great Gains in fairly Balldtting Today. The Ballots Mother and Four Children Are Victims of Conflagration at Edmonton EDMONTON, July Bon wife of Jameii Bbnner, car Inspector of ths Grand Trunk, Pacific it Jaiper.-iiid four chil-" dren ranging from 712 years to 1 1-2, are dead at z result of a dis- atlroua fire which wiped out the Bonner fioms: and two other housei ai Jasper Three f the children were outright when taken from the house and tht mother and youngest child expir- ed almost' immediately following their rescue. The fl're occurred in the early morning, whtn We fath er was at work SENATOR H. T. ROBINSON A strong Wilson, Is cbair- j man of the Democratic convention now lu session si San FYincltco. He is from -Arkansas WHITE, ACLAND, DLLON Little Son of Taber Away (Spsslti lo {is July Ujo .eight yca-jrtd son of Dr Hatnman, 'medi calhealtb officer for Taber, died hero this afternoon 'o'clock, the cause of death belris an internal ah- The boy had. been 111 for somi days, the trouble-being at flret rfr ported to be typhoid terar, luftrij are two. or Ih'roo cases In town at 'Inquiries have fra- quenl, ae tho d pel of IB well-known throughout the district. The tnneral Trill lake place afternoon nt 1 o'clock, "T.-'Carr having charge of the arrangements for iatovment, DOCK SCRAP -FOLliOWS LOOTING OF CAUGO NKW YORK, July men were arrested, four, charged with Krand larceny and the other eight wilh disorderly conduct, and one man, who escaped by Jumping Into the Hud- son river, Is believed to be drowned as a result ot'a 'pitched battle early today which took plara on tho d'ecks of slcamshlp Belglc. Police and rfeleclires who flred more than 30 elioU-during the round-iip, assert that the larceny from-the ihlp's cargo amounted to about slity thousand dol- lars' worth linens, silk stockings, handkerchiefs and other of wh'lch was re- covereii by the ppllce and some thrown overboard ...when the men found thflmselvea .cornered. 18 QOOD PLACE TO. CRT OUT OF VICTORIA, Joly the sev- eral hundred flnt. and passengers who .'arrived hers Friday on the Canadian. Pacific Oc.ean Ser- vice tteamer Montesglo were army men, business men and rotugees from Siberia." c Vimr Canadian solijler.i who hare been with tho British mission In Si- beria tvero among .tho passongorfl I'he? were- Scrgt. .Harry Came and I S erg I. J. D. Lever, of Toronto; E. if. suiTneo, ot Ottawa, and E. M. Strad- owsky, of lieglna. Their- combined opinion of-tbe country from which they came win that It was a "darned good plifca.lo get ont of." July Canadian iAIr Force Association convention bpened here today with delegates from all parts of Canada preaeiiU The ses- sion thts morning was private. Dis- rnajfon of dstslls Jn conneclidn-vith tho of Canadian air force, however, arc- believed lo have oc- cupied attention ot tho delegates. The Jirograra of suggestions drawn up at Ihe convention, Is understood, will po laid bo'ore the privy council lo en- )hlo It lo decide on what formation [lip. future afr force of Canada will New Board of Commerce is NanW Temporariij Perjd- Privy Council VOTE'S TO ELECT 'll'cre are aboifS in ntlSidttiice nt the Dcmacralic'n'aliorjul conveniipn. A two-thirds xoltxis required to i name a canmdale, so tliat' no jcaTuljdaie can be chosen til! he l-rewu cs 728 vote's op over. TENTH SA.LLOT SAN FRAHCISCO.-4 July tenth McA.Soo 385, Cox, 257. THIRD BALtST Cox, 177; Pal- mer, 252 1-2. FOURTH BALLOT SAN FRANCISCO, July The in, the Denio-" cratlc national .convention today still found and Cox leading In th-ir respective order email galnt about evenly1 dlvidtd. The fourth bjllot wa ai fol- lows: Total voter catt, 1035 MeAdae, 335, Cox, 176; Palmer, 254, GurnmrngB, 24; Owen, 32, Hitchcock, b, Jilere- dlth, 28; 06; Edwardi, 35: Davit, 31; Karth.ll 34, Clark, 8; Bryan? 1, t McAdoo andlcox fll tho gain! up to, thejSfth-.ballct with Palmer loilng tirength SIXTH BALLOT SAN FHANCrSCO, July Th'era nomination on'the ballot. The leadert, upofflclally ctood: MCAdoo, 368 195, Pil OTTAWA, July (Canadian Press) An order-In-council was passed on the day after prorogation with reEpect to the Board fo Commerce. In view of tha appeal now pending before' the Judicial committee of the privy coun- cil as to (he validity of-the act n'ndor which tho bo.ird waa established, the appointments which have been made are to be regarded as temporary Captain William- While, K. C., the former secretary of the board, has been appointed and' the other two have been tilted by the appointment ot P. A. Acland. deputy minister of labor, and A. nillon, purchasing agent ot tha de; partmcnt of Justice. These two gentlemen have .beeo given leave of absence from their present duties In order. tint they, may discharge effectively the responsibili- ties placed on them as members of the board. Piit Airplane Into Spin, Aviator Held Responsible for Death in Coast Crash VANCOUVER, July Al- bert C. Baker, pilot of tho airplane In which K. H. Hcasley, manager of .tho U-clon Steamship of British Columbia, met his death when it crashed to the ground hero on Jlay 24, is found responsible for the acci- dent In tho report of the air board In; nuliy. The bonrd also finds that f he Pacific Avlalion Company was (o blamo for not abiding by the air regu- lations. Word of the acceptance of the finding by 'tho air board ot Can- ada has been received from Ottawa. The report declared that Major Baker put tho aircraft into a spin In contravention of nfr regulations, 3026. being uuablo to regain normal flight; LONDON MONEY July silver Gl-i-Sd per ounre; bar gold IOls; money t 1-2 per cent.; discount roles short bllla 6 3-8 per three months' bills C 11-10 per cent, Inside Treaty Secrets Are Published in France mer, of 'Ihe Mvinth ballot, NJiwVVcrk caucus- ed and a 'big bralk to-, Cox from the delegation, forecast SEVENTH BALLOT SAN FRANCISCO, July Seventh ballot, fcAdoo, 3M; Cox, 285 Palmer, 1-2 EIGHTH BALLOT, BAN FRANCISCO, -July 1 Eighth' ballot, official: McAdoo, 315; Palmer.-362. NINTH BALLOT 8AN FRANCISCO, July 3 Ninth ballot: Cox, 321 1-2; Palmer, 257. Will it be McAdoo or Cox? Secret Deenmenfa PnWishe4-by Uolshics Charge Chin-chili With Intrifne JAKES H COX, governor of Ohio, newspaperman, wljo v.-ith''fcAdoo President Wilson's son-in-liw. Is considered most likely choice of the -'De'nw- cratic (XHiveutlon ..at Son 0.-HardloB-, the" 'Choice, js ftjsci ail QlUp ,-i j...-.- j PARIS, Jnly of Inside Information on Iho deliber- ations ot the peace conference is officially takeii of by Iho government In a letter which Pre- mier Mlllcrand has written lo De- puty Cbarlet Danlclou, replying to the deputy's Qiieaiions regard- ing ihe authority'.of Caplnln An- dr6 Tanlieu. fOTrntr French high commissioner In the Untied States, to make Ihis information public. Jilllerand writes that Cap- lain Tardlcu has received no au- Ihoriratlon from the eoTornrnent' to uae diplomatic documents for his personnl files, nor has ho been authorized to publish necrct rtpcu- inonls. Tbo premier attics Great Britain baa not been Informed (hat TIInileu wfia. going lo pub- lish tho docuffliiU, t-cAfi FRANCISCO, Jtily Broun'd cleared of preliminary bnl- loto-and a rolling adnilnlstrallon victory" tn tht platform fight, the Democratic national '.convention reassembled thil morninjjlat 9.30 o'clock to conclude tfja yvork of electing a presidential nominee. Predictions of a McAdoo victory on an early ballot fllied the air and'they. were accompanied by a desperate stiffening of resistance against his nomination. McAdoo or Cox were the lead- Ing predlctioni talk of McAdoo and Meredilh, On the other hand, the. pitted .against McAdoo pointed out In antwer to the claima of a land- tilde toward Preildent Wilton's that he" had the two ballots already taken to .make the gains that were claimed for him; that Cox In-fact made ..greater accession! In the one balloting than did McAdoo an'd'thai BO (ar there, had been no tangible evidence the Mc- Adoo landslide hit supporte-rt have been predicting. The Palmer people made no par- ticular claims, but although in the one day's balloting they had gained 10 votes, they. lost more than that from their original dele- gates and replenlihed the loss from their reserve. Final Phato of Fight As the convention went into promises lo ho tho final-phase of Iho hatfle, thn Mc.Adoo forces relleralcd their predictions of early and the Cox people, apparently confident declared they would not only hold their lines hut wouM make acces- sions and demonslrala that ihe Mc- Adoo'..strength would stop short of the necessary two-thirds for a i lion. Onn'consideration being capitalized Iho McAdoo supporters was that Sunday and Monday aro holidays in tlio United Slales and the tired dele- pilea wanl to start for hoipe. A" group of McAdoo de- clared by McAdoo supporters to rep- resent more than enough votes to block Ihe convention, at a meeting last night pledged themselves to vote Indefinitely for their'candidate re- EardlcBS of any torn tho convention might (Aiie. During tho morning there were niany'conflicting reports as (o what certain delegates would do. The First Two Ballots SAN July first ballots taken on presidential candidate! lonlghl by tho: Democratic convention, were without a Labor, Four A nd two Conservatives WINNIEEQ, July fol- lowing is given as an unofficial final standing of parties In the new provincial legislature: Government 21, Labor 11, Farm- ers and Independents Conserv- Hearst ToLead Rebels Third Parly In United, Statts Announced With Aftti- Brilrgh Leader NEW.YORK, July Ian newspapers owned by Wml Randolph Hearst this morning announce that Wrn. Randolph Hearst hag been select- ed to lead a third party in the coming United States elections. The Hearst papers call this the "American Constitutional and etafe that the call to leader- snip came from "delegates repre- senting the most Important stales on the Atlantic seaboard." In the balloting at the Demo- cratic national convention yester- day Hearit received one voto out of. a total of LABOR MAKES ATTACK ON WAR HEAD July. Newspapers" friendly to tho Russian, Bolshevists give milch prominence to an alleged secret dccoiusnt published In tine newspaper Pravda of Moscow on June 13. which'Is i-ilj to ezpoae Winston Spencer Churchill's "Intrigues' n-lth the Russian Impijriallsta In suujiort nt General Denis the 'South Ruaslan fiiitl-Bolshevil; leader. ThLs documerit. It Is paid, was found after. the retreat ot Admiral kokhalr. r.'? Hearing tha data of May. 1615. It' purports to be a oonfldentlal report from General Golovlno, the Cziflhi' commander, to former Foreign Mlnli-' ter Saianoff, and 'teHii of the former's conversations with Mr. Charcbill anil other British offlclalj. It from Moscow by the' British .tabor delegates vrho paid a visit to: Russia- tills spring. The claim la made by the Korald, orgau of.labor, that the dncament- proves Mr. Churchill'-, "tricked tha' country Into making war' upon Rus-.: sla, concealing, from his colleagues and tha country tho fact that hi was, miking termBVltk Czarlil It charges that tho British Eecretary of state for war used the decision to send volunteer soldiers to Archangel lo nsslst in the evacuation ot British, troops from Northern Itnssla as a pro-" teat for anti-Bolshevik military o'pira-. tloris In with Admiral-Kol- chali and Geairal Ttie newspaper sayH' MK Churchill tp'Qenera! GoJQytne'a.plan for raising1 .an nrmy to Denlktbe un-' der tha Red Cross. :''.v .atlves .10, .deferred 2, .rnakinrj a total of 55 which constifllles the membership of the IsglsTalurc. Results In Winnipeg WINNIPEG, filial fig- ures placed on the board, which waa watched thronghout the night au.d early morning hours by representa- tives ot all parties, showed that out of the city's quota of 10 members, fbnr! government, four labor and two Con-1 scrvatlvo supporters had been elected- to tho provincial legislature to repro-'! sent Winnipeg. i1 The three names lo be added' to tho list wore Iho so of (Icorge Arm- strong, Mrs. Edith Hogt'rs, Liberal, and J. Tupper, IC.C., Consen-o- tlvc. There were nomc rfionients ot teiiso interest BB Ihe last count was being made wh'en Duncan Cameron's surplus was being Tup- per r.nd It, B. Kiisseli, oouvlctcd strike leader, had beeii ninnlng neck and neck, hilt the final figures showed Hus- sell low and he was eliminated. The result of tho now system of vot- ing has confirmed the Judgment of those who had taken the trouble lo size up tho campaign In the city. CLOSE SHOE-FACTORIES LYNX, July factor- ies employing persons shut-down today for two weeks because ot mar- ket conditions. .General" report, as print'-1 ed "I am, mysejj, carrying out: A'dnitvKl 1 kolcbak's'.. ofe. ..by assertlng- t Britain's help (3 'us, Co the. fullest 'possible. eitent'S-'-V'V .The document w.ll! without: used In a vigorous attack upon'Mr.': Churchill by his pbiiUcal parliament and press. ji' Sue Soviet Government 1 .LONDON. July have been served on the -soviet trade mission hero rur the -purpusu oD sequcstratlon of ils nroperty for tho satisfaction of aliened creditors ut, the soviet tovernrnent, according: to ILe Hemld. The newspaper tho -ac'-' Hon..will raisa the International tlon of -tbo right, of a" rovolutionary government to nationalize Industry n-lthout compensation to stockholu-' ers and abjure debts contracted by Its', predecessor. Sir Edward Cnrson, the'Ulster lend-' er In the houau, has been retained al attorney by soviet CANADIAN STOCKYARDS HANDLED HEAD MVESTOCK TO JUNE 30', TORONTO, July Marketing of Canadian farm stock at tho all inain' stockyards of the Dominion for' tho half year onded June 30. as specially compiled by the Industrial and de- velonment council of Canadian meat packers, Toronto, show, tho number of heail h'andlcc! at all of these yards in the period to havo exceeded The total was niado up as follows: Cattle, calves. shcop, hogs, 354.784. SHAKES JAMAICA KINGSTON. Jamaica, July Kingston and St. Andrew were shak- en by an earthquake 'at 12.20 last nfght. N'o damage has been reported. no'mldatlon. MoAdoo led on both bnl- lols. with Palmer second and Cox In third place. All ihreo of tho leaders mado gains on the second ballot, Mc- Adoo picking and making his total 283; Palmer receiving 10 addi- tional, making 264, white Cox gained 25. ghlng him a lolal of Tho I'almer forces who had opposed an adjournment, following Iho adoption of the now anxious to discontinue balloting until tomorrow, hut tin) JIcAdoo people would not con- sent to pass the word around that they oipect their candidate to go over on the, fourth ballot. .Wire prom Wilson FRANCISCO, July Iho roll call of the stnlos was resumed Chairman Cnimnlngg to the con- vention a from President Wilson: Unionists About Evenly Divided Between White AndMeighen as Premier Quite a Number of Western Supporters of Government Favor Former, But Youth and Aggressiveness on Side of Man- itoba of Appeal to the Country. OTTAWA, July to noon today no changt wjs visible In the political situation. If anything, aosslp acids to the belief that ths final choice will He between Sir Thomas White and Hon. Arthur Mcinhen. It Is known that the former It favored by many government sup- porters, Including quite a number Irom the west. On the other hand supporters of, Mr, point to the fact that he Is possessed of what they call the necessary youth and vigor to carry the riarty through the trying time which 6 bound to come with of the cabinet and organ- tzatVi work preparatory to an appeal to the country, V ;