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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE DAILY HEHALD fJESDAV, JULY 6, FLYOVER ALBERTA Ultimatum Jsj'Deliytred to the; Turkish Nationalists At Brussa.' CONSTANTINOPLE, July fcirdmeot great mosque at Brus- ca and destruction :ei .the town by airplanes are threatened iu au ultuna- luai received by the governor of Urus- si'Jrotu Vlcc-Adiulni DC .yrit- Uli high commissioner at Constantin- ople, who.has been in charge ol Erit- is' landiuV parties along the coast of the sea of Marmora. The lest of the dbcum'ijnt follows: forces, in violation of tbs peace terms, havo attacked terri- tory occupied by the British on the sea of Jiarmpra and have hindered the landing of forces froni the fleet. a consequence of this against tlie British and other al- lies auJ in event of these attacks' con- tinue, it has been, decided to bombard the mosque at Brussa and to destroy lirussa by airplane. avoid" such action 1 ask you to instruct your subordinates to.discon- tinue thC'h- aggressive menace and 'not lo prevent our landing wherever laiid- ibs is deenied ''It is reported that Turkish National- ists believing-that the British'have not sufficient troops available to sup- port their marines, have been defying the uavtfc all the Dardanelles, tio Dosphoroas and Iho sea of Mar- suoru. British warships arc'constantly fir- ihg at sun nests established by the Nationalists in the mountains near ports in the area to that jointly occu- pied by the allies under the treaty, hut Nationalist snipers continue opera- tions so clqsfe to the shore-as to en- danger shipping. fortifications hare .heen riuido by tlicj British on the mountain near the- north .entrance of tte Bosphorus where" the dreadnought Iron' Duke has been shelling National- ist -bands in the surrounding moun- tains. are, holding" 40 Greek girls and men at as hostages and are threatening their execution if- the British-bombard the city. Rebels Occupy Beicos J LONDON, ijniy Nation- alist troops Monday occupied Beicos oh the.Asiatic shore of the Bosphorus from .Constantinople opposite ttifi allied -headquarters sm-the European sldV according to a dispatch to'tie Mail from Constantin- ople. Fighting witli Brilish and'.Greek. troops in the town folloVfed the entry of the Nationalists. British.'.fleet, -report, Bombarded the Turkish positions.'The Nationalists, however, continue to hold .Beicos, the aHied-.troops harms been anti-Bolshevik; commander in forces'concentrated fire-frtra armored tjatas and airplanes. The message de- clares only-, 150 of-the Bolsherik-'es- capcd, thousand .prlEoners being tiken'and'the battlefield left covered dead: In addition.forty.guns .were captured. r---The message adds that a second Xevi; York lOl ka-To lie 'Ma'dc Foui Calgary Manand Parly Run Into Steel Bridge Pier ;it Edmonton. EDMONTON, July man ,1s dead-and, another lying in the Royal hospital hovering between -life', and death and-Iour ntiifrs-sicrt injured as the result of as au- ompbile accident on the high level iridge Monday night. The dead man s Fred address is given as Calgary, ile. died on the way to ha is a-partner of R. Stanlindcrs, a "string of race icrses competing 'at the' exhibition. James driver _of Iho .car NEW YORK. (Canadian Plans for iui eiperiruentiil fltsht from this city to Nome, Alaska, and ret.um, by wdy 'of Canadian ler- Titorj' in part, .wa> anuounrpd.' yesier- day bythe United States 'war depart- ment. The expedition, composed of four airplanes of Iho D.H.-4-B type, maunej by army aviators, will start- July 15 from Mitthell field. Us purpoEe will he to prove ihe feasibility, of Ing new trans-contlaen'lal-, 'ifnes ,of communication to aid economic de- velopment. The course will take the aviators over virgin flying lerritory and .on this j was cncouulered la mapping out tho route. Tho Immediate purpose of the ox ditlon will bo to show Iho uosilb ties. of Serial mall service between tn- loribr cities Iu Alaska and United States points. An incidental reason will be Iho photographing of unmapped, areas of and proprietor-'of tho southside rink.j Alaska. The auuoun cement states s concussion of tho! "the feasibility of such arain and loraains. unconscious at the] an expedition as this by land air- losnltal. The'.'.pthers are. pro-grossing favorably. Tuo party of six wore' returning from the exhibition grounds and in turning onto the, high. level bridge at a high rate of speed, collided with one of the steel girders. The car ap- parently went head on before the driver "had a .chanca to 'turn on the Klippery pavement. The victims'afe: H. L. Itobertson, Calgary, right shoulder broken, badly shaken up. cuts about. the head and fact; GeneraPhospital. Calgary, leit shoulder iroken ajid 'Injuries to the head; scat to the-Misericordia hospital. James Smith, driver, bruises and the brain; at the Itoyal Alexandra hospital.' Gilbert .May, of .10614. Slst Ave., cut over tight eye and kiiee injured: Thomas-Melen; works with the show, horses for Captain Harris, has no ad- dress. planes to. Nome. Alaska, had been vc-ry carefully considered and even preliminary estimates route and landing' facilities indicalo the excel- lent possibilities of successfully carry- ing out the njght. With this definite information on hand, permission was given by Secretary Baker to tho flight. The. Canadian MRMEtt ELECT J. -Mr Loggie; Honorary Presii denWAlberta Man Named tin' Council. I ;overnment welcom- ed such, a flight and gladly, gave its authority for this, expedition to fly over such parts of .Canada' as were necessary. The .route that -will bo flown Is tho most direct air route pos- sible. Stations have arranged at Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mini.; Pargo, N.D.; Portal, N.D.; Saskatoon, Edmonton.. .-Ja'sper, Alia.; Prince George, B.C.; Hazelto'n, B.C.; ;Dawsou, Y.T.; Fairbanks, Ruby and Nome, Alaska. M. Loggiei of was elected honorary president Aeronautical Federa- tion of Canada" at the closing session ot the Aero Club's convention here today. E. Greenwood, of Montreal; Spsnce, of.Heglna; lo, and j. Gee, of Calgafy, were nniong those elected to the council. The .officers, elected will hold office.na- til the-aunnat conference at Camp Bor-' dea In October. i A resolution passed 'that .tho agreement between the Royal Aero Club of the "United Kingdom and Aero Canada should form tb.9 basis .of.-the "agreement hehveen -tue) :ederatiGn-'uau the subscribing organ-. Nation thereto, anil that the rules_andj regulations of the Koyal Aero CIuhT should "be adopted cs a basis to the general constiUifion. It. Is- expected thai about 20 aero clubs .a total membership of will join-.the federation aparf troin'lhc organizations.. Bisley Opens LONDON, July Asso- ciated opened iu most depressing conditions. 1'he entries show a reductloa'Cf 1500 on. last year but il must be remember-, ed that in irus au especially large contingent of overseas competi- tors awaittos'repatriation. The king's entries show a drop of-100. A ray of comfort is found ib -the fact that the school boy entries show an increase. Competitors are -prom- ised proper ammuulliou at this meet- ing. Last year's supply aroused great resentment Tho Canadians -arc'all in good condition.'- Ranken Wins Bist Mitch July scciated ftanlieo. fam- ous Bisley shot, wou-lhe match Kt Blstey today after tie Ehoollug.' The FuciMtiog Flavor this worldV dirncnt imparts a subtle delyfit to food erijoroMnt. Food better when 7011 add a of SHOE WORKERS CHEAPER SHOES SOON, HEAD OF UNION. SAYS TORONTO, July -union. Shoemakers, marked that the same slackness fn the shoe; industry -was noticeable'in the United States and in Great Britain. In the United Slates, however, manufac- turers were disposing of shoes at bar- gain ''If things do not soon there will lie some was his comment SAILORS' RECOMMENDATIONS July International Seamen's" Conference lias approved a recommendation to all .countries be- longing to the international .labor'or- ganization that the jftiirsrbf'i'jrqrlf in inland navigation'.should, 'fpllwv as far as possible'th'e geiefil. linej of the Genoa. The recommendation was a'dopted almost unanimously'. THE DEADLY LEVEL" CROSSING WINNIPEG.' July Cham- pagne, a fanner, and his brother, Ar- mand Champagne, were seriously In- jured today wlieu a Canadian' National railwayTflyer -from the southrstrucl; their automobile at here. The former is. uot cipocted to live. SLOW DEATH pains, nervousness, diffi- culty in urinating, often mean serious disorders. The. world's j standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and nnc aad COLDMEDAL O Make Your Next Breakfast a PostTbasties Breakfast k Try a dish of these most v; delicious eorn flakes Eat them with eream or v fruit.or berries, or -preserved. V of PbStTOASTlES together with their readiness to eat, makes them a big favorite, Sold By Made by Canadian Poshim Farmers and Labor Are Getting Busy Throughout Province i, in Field! A J. Healeyj of tlie 'Trades aiid Labor Council and of Bricklayers' uii-j ion; R. T. .MucDonald of the JIachin-'. ists'..un.ion, ani! president of deneii'ilent LaboF 'party and of Hallfay Co operation-Society, and jj S. Wallace, secretary oE tho prorincia'i abor'party and formerly editor of ocal labor vccMy., have Dcen approved as labor party candi- lates to contest the county in the com- jiU provincial elections. It is ed.that two of the eastern" section ofthb :ounty and the other of the west, will nominated and will complete, the farmer-labcr ticket... King's County Nominations ,-KEXTVILLE, X.S.', July Liberals nl King's connty met In con- vention -hfr'o -on Saturday afternoon unJ nominated Knn. Jl. H. Wfckwire and John of Upper DyUe viilagfl to contest the county at provincial ehctlon. "The farmers! party held a meeting'here today and nominated F. Chutb of Berwick and Itev. 0. 1'. llaymoud, formerly a BapJ list- minister, but uovr a farmer of South I3err.-ii.-t. new nominations, However, were held in abeyance until after the Conscrvatire conference here this week. v i quick ofttn 08 j deadly 6iseaa. Known a the udoiul matdf HoUuul for man than 200 Tears.' At fllnggisu, 50c. box. CM The Summer Shoes that are Kind to your Feet TpHKY are tlie coolest shoes yon can wear J, because il'e light ciruas uppers let the feet breathe They are the easiest shoes can wear because o the rubber soleo There arc Heet lrodt styles for work and play and men, women 'and children. -i I'lcet Foot all summer, save money, and7 be kind to jour feet 1 he name "Tleef Foot" is stamped on crj shoe Fleet Foot Snoa ant Dominion Rubber Products The Bat Shoe Stonst, Sell Fleet Foot" ilHtHBUQJIMIItinilUUIIIHIIIlU KHUI THOROUGH PROBE OF MANITOBA S.S. BOARD OTTAWA. July Soldier Setj tlement Beard announces that tho in; iiuiry under oath commenced by Major Barnett into Iho cases of Matthew B.' I'leiriing antl others will he reaumctl for the taking of further evidence by Major Harnett ot Winnipeg. Tlie Imard proposes to carry this Inf4uiry to a conclusion and .approves of the thoroughness with which its commissioner. Major liirnolt, Is, car-! r.vlng on tlie Investigation to ascertain the facts. The Winnipeg Veterans also have expressed their approval! Major Darned la' expecfeil to arrive ir. Winnipeg itithiii a few days. The, Fleming charges .of Improper administration by officials of the Sol- dier Settlement Board-were Iho chief complaints lairl before IKo tfarlla'm tary committee on pensions aud re? establishment Ijy C. C. Ion secretary of tho Great War Voter; nns' association, who of letters anil aflidavils on behalf ot Manitoba veterans.' SHAMROCK LEAVES FOR BROOKLYN DOCK nASui" iiyOK, N. j., Thomas fleet comprised of the.Shamrock IV., tlie 23-metre Sham- rock, and the houseboat Klllarney, left Sandy Hook twlay for a drydock In Brooklyn where the challenger anB the Kcsnluto, .America's cup delemler will be me.-iaurcil ofliclally .tomorrow iu dm handicap (a be given tho Resolute in thc.races oil hero this month. While the Shamrock IV. Ma not had aa many trial races os1 Wft! exiiectcd. Sir .Thomas sold he wag _ pleased with behavior and felt con1 I lidunt iia's a good tlisaco ol iii; d 1 -f Cut Living Expenses in Half By Stocking Up Ht Oyr out Grocery Profit is Prices Are STOCK CLEARED OUT SATURDAY i'-1 1 WopitJ with typ Co.; Harness Wagoi.for sale at Bargain Prices.- v: WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR GROCERY BUSINESS TO MAKE MORE SHOW, ROOM FOR FURNITURE. With this Extra Store we will endeavor to carry the Best Furniture Stock in Alberta. L. C. TEEPLE FURNITURE and GROCERIES tho tlmo. ;