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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VObDUK XIII. JDGE. ALBERTA..THURSDAY, JULY-15. 1920 FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 181 RASH-SHAMROCK WINS; UNOFFICIAL TIME Charles Parker Salt Lake Cil) and Max Havs of Cleveland Germans Evade Invasion By Acceptance Ajlied Ultimatum On Coal Issue Rye-Harvest at Taber Will Commence Saturday (Prnm'Oiir Own Correspondent) TABER JuH L been delayed by "the receiil rains, as] the ne lt> tilling oiit -Hill more It] I "TORTY-EIGHTERS" NOT VERY WELL SATISFIED CHICAGO, July United States' Farmer-Labor party; .born of "a 'fusion- of 'enormous political groups, today a platform and its new candidates En the field for the coming Its work was completed at four o'clock this morning, its convention, af- ter art and night session chose .Charles- Parker CJhriste> Salt Lake City, attorney, arid Max S. Hayes, .Cleveland labor leader as Its vice- president nominees, respectively But the strength of the nsw movement remains to be seen The first test came when a group'of d.wktisfied delegates, formerly al lied with'the'committee of eight, met and considered placing their own ticket In the field undnr the forty eight banner binder. In his crop north of the river, amounting to 175 'acres. Other farm- ers 'will'shortly follow, and inquiries (or shockers were being .made In town today, .Acarloa'd'of binders is eipccted any day now by ono of our Implement dealers, while 'supplies .of- twine. uro now being, transferred lo; the ware- bouses In lown; Dr. Simons' BluH That Germany Stood Between Civil War and Invasion Doesn't Conditions Which Allies Ktl Yet Accepted f SPA, July Associated Ger- agieed to the allied demand for delivery of two million tons of coal monthly with three new conditions, it is announced. i Opens at CHICASO. July VS. Prices started lower, thin expected today for future deliveries of wheat, the firtt of quoted In near- ly December delivery opened at 272 to' 273. Estimates by beforehand wtre that the Initial fgurei would be about 280. Hedging talea were of sufficient majnlutde later to bring about a material decline hi values. The close wu weak at 2.70 for Decem- ber.'and 2.74 "for March.......... FURTHER OUTRAGES, .IRELAND Germany Accept Conditionally SI'A. .inly The German accepl-jiira of ttin allled'nosl ullimatuni was embodied In i note which was, laid be fore Ibe Ibis noon. by Premier Uoyd George. The' conditions pro those I The German1 government to hv the distribution ot the Silesian coaL or be allotted. 1.600.00C; tons monthly for in stead .of Ihe -present allotment of 1, 200.000 i" A mixed commission lo be sent to Essen to examine food and housing conditions. Third Tbe tc ad lance mone> or provile credit fur mi porting aadiHoi-il fooit for tile population'! allied ministers up to shortly, afler noon; yel announced whether the coiidljidns were acceptable -Herr Simons said thii morning that the OPiinau ministrj In Us decision on the roal question had gone to the utmost limit do nothing more so tbit it the allied military Maithal ?oeh and Marsh il W ilson wanted an Invasion ot Germany thcj must it In a personal letter lo Llovd George, Simons that he had been Icjl ve.tejdij Jb> the British b? Vere J German statesman ho would tate tno risk of acceiling lerms [Alaskan Flying Expedition Hops Dublin Castle Mail is Constable and Owner Mu ride red JNiBe Thousand Mile Trip, is V ImpurtaW Internationa! Firing Feat MINEOLA, N V Four United States army air- planes, comprising 'the Alaskan flying expedition, left Mitchell Long Island, at o'clock afternoon on a round trip flight to. Nome, Alaska, Western Canada, one of the longest and most difficult air trips ever attempted Western hemisphere I Plane No 3 will be piloted >y Lieut tC H Crumrine photographic officer the expedition Th0 expedition bo com nanded ty Taplain St tlair Slrset who will carry Sergt tdmond Henriqucs as oh Reiver and mechanician Iho second in commiml Viill he Clifford C. Xutt, .vho will be bv Lieut Eric 11 Nel ion, also a nllot arid engineering Offi the eipedition The fourth jilane will b'o: piloted by Lieut. Koss iKirktilrick, with Masler Electrician Josepli K. Knglish as observer .tiTNl tbunlclan. IS-Flttenn raided the general office hsr Adarc dlb That was one of the "lulions of Irict of Limerick One con the future tjjrittiUural uLlfiro ot tho stable was wounded and! died shortl> couiito offered b% Prof lolln afterward but tbo'others escaped mi- en, ncwly-appoliilcil principal of tbo injured, according to'an official Report, Bye-Elections In Five'Seats During August Two Toronto Men Make 49 in 500 Yard High For Silver Medal M uniooa iiui.u Cunpgo to tho incuibers of the commission on con- servation in conference on soil fertil- ity ainl soil fibre here loriuy There are yeiifs in U'csteru Can- ada." said Prof. Bracken, "when, in spite of anything that can be done, crops will fail. We must ovcicpnic this problem by saving from the 'fat ye.'ir.s In meet the demands of-'-thc years. We must save feed, seed, straw iand nioncy. 'That has been tho .method of suc- cessful agricultural nations ever since the ivorld began. the lesson. Wo will do'wcll lo Prof Bracfcen lold the 100 mem- of Ihe commission that the state's liiiurb cannot he left to the individual speciilly tbe state s? agricultural future. 'It is the business ot: the state to conserve' Ihe stales the iniEihess of tiie individual. If Can _ i through this commission, takes the initiative; the individual will fol- low, hi his address on 'Cropping Sys- tems for Drought Prof. Brack en pointed out the best methods of offsetting tho detrimental effects of water shortage. Urges Irrigation 4 wealth of dry he asserted, "is not determined by the.amount of land.there or the amount of waterfall, but by the., amount of water We should plan tp make ute, through Irrigation, of water now being lost In our streams. Water Is the measure of our wealth, water Mowing away is the of lain Willbur's .will was placed in pro- bate it that had been bequeathed the sum of 000 and a' residence at Hastings, as tho former fiancee of tho captain's only child. Mackenzie's relatives reside in New July 'conditions down In the nofe sent to Jloscow b; Premier, Lloyd. ai armistice..with uc .BolstL'eylS.iko' eminent, according dlspatc lo the Matin. Bolshevik Advance' .LONDON, July Bo shevilt forces -have forced their wa across the Villya river, in the nro> ince of Tllna on Ihb north, and hav driven the Poles the' cily o Kamentz-Podolsk, on the soiithern'en of the Polish front, according to oracinl statement-.issued in Moscn yesterday rahd received here by wir less. Formal Opening of New Parlia- ment Buildings Only Public Event of Anniversary WILL TAKE WIRELESS VOTE ON STKIKE ISSU OTTAWA, July docu- ments are now being printed wilh i Tlevv lo by-elections toward Ihe end of Company'Sergeant-Major BISLBY CAMP, England. July 1S.-V (By Canadian As3ociatert Scores of at-.the 500. yards range in the-King's prize competition Terc Major Vtton Toronto, Sergl .W. A. Hawkins, .Sergeant Tames Boa Monlreil, Capt Tl Calgary; W.' J.. Sang- Elen-Palmouib, N.3., AS; Private W J. Irrine: -45: P. E. Bowen, CoaWale Has J. B, Shimek's Warehouse Burns the ncxl mnnUi.- Passing of.llio 1'ran. Act last session has necessitated preparation of new formg and when these are. probably inext'iliiy nr two, writs'will be Issued. .'It is cxpecieil, however, that a delay j'flf forty days be necessary for the comiiilullu.n of voters' lists, thus Ijriug- JJiig tbe prubable dale of the clecllons in the iaUcr part of There -Colch'cs- itof.'N.-S.; St John Ctly find counlj N. 'Kasl.' Elgin and West I'clcr- bpro, Out.; and Valfvfl, C. NEW YORK FUNDS' 1 NKW YORK. Jllly en tchange lir'ni. ?3.SS "es Sii.SO 1-2. Canadian dollar.1) S8.75.' F; Ooodhouso, Majcr Northbver, Win. nipeg; Giiniicr B. .Tingman, .Que- bec. 41-. Privale Robert Cdmond. To- ronto, 41; Lieut. A. Skinner, Fort Wil- liam, 40. Major Utlon made seven cenlials, and Hawkins nine centrals and a mag- pin. Second .Stage BISLBY'CAMP, July ,Cana- dian Associated slag? of tho King'fl, In ino second ____ _ _ ucninpelillon loday, 10 shots at each ot the. 200, 500 and 600 ranges, .Iho silver medal for Ihe best'1 aggregate was won by a marksman with the score of 49, .43 .tnd 47, lolal 144. competitors nade a score ot 141, one of 139, five of 138, fen of 137, two of 136, .and nine of 135.- Notice to Advertisers V Deadline for Advertising Copy In order lo secure careful nlttnlion and lo make II.-possible In pub- lish on advertiseraenls should be io the office< of Ihe llprald before four o'clock for publication the following day.- Advertisements .receivcd'on the morning Of publication cannot bs guaraiiieed..insertion and cannot, receive Ihe attention Iho Herald would like to give au- verilsers. The co-operation o( adverllsera Is kindly re.qMesled. J. B. Shlmck's hay barn and prospective alfalfa mill at Coaldalc was lotslly destroyed by fire last nighl. Damage.thls morning was 'estimated at The I. H. C. hail between and 'worth of machinery in the build- 1 ing." Thi building and contents -were fairly well covered with In- surance. The building was valued at and the contents-at' exclusive of the I, H. C, Shortly after 1 o'clock this morn- ing fire noticed .shooting through the roof of the structure. An alarm was sent to the Leth- bridge fire department, and at the time of writing tho department Is still1 pouring water on a burning mass of hay. Water obtained from a pond nearby, It was. Im- possible to the b.uildjng. in spEfe fit splendid eoffrts on.the' part of the Lcthbridge brigade. Mr. Shlmek this morning stat- ed that he believes the fire start- ed from heated hay. No plans have been made yet for rebuild- ing but if he does It will be a brick slrVcture and will be 'spe- cialty constructed for use as an alfalfa'mlll. WINNIPEG, July. to- day is observing her fiftieth birth- day. Fifty years ago today the prov- Ince entered the. confederation. To- (day Ihe Duke of Devonshire; governor- iphed Lieitlenant-Gov- .Aikins'his most cor- jdlal congratulations on tho annivers- ary and added: "The history of tho province'during he last fifty years is a striking record if progress and prosperity and lompllshmenls of the past are a sure guarantee- ot what can be accomplish- ed in.the future." The only public event io mark the anniversary Is the formal opening of the compleled provincial parliament buildings, which have been under con struclton for Ihe last seven or eight Sir James Alkins will arrive U the bulldingfi at 3 o'clock this after- jioon and.being accompanied by Pre- mier Norrls and F, W, Simon, archl- lect of the strncluro, ho will declare the buildings open for Iho public and [or. public sefvlce. NEW YORK, July tho flr time in the history of fhe labo'r i ment a strike vote will hn token 1 wireless operators during the next da or two, when members of the. Unit1 Radio Telegraphers' Association w ho called on lo decide whetlier tho r fnsal of United States owners to.tre with1, them Is to result In a strike. The major portion of the associat- ion's four thousand'members .are at tho question will be trans- mitted from ship to ship by. wireless. Decision to take this strike Voto" was reached at a meeting- of the union's executive heads here today.'. WINS. Resolute withdraws. PASSES RESOLUTE. Retolutt Breaks Halyards SANDY HOOK, July Reso- lute, after the throat halyards, which suppfirt her main sail part- ed while within half a mile of the turning point, withdrew from the race, The Shamrock had just passed her when, quit. The .Liptoh boat-therefore the race provided she can finish the course within the time limit.- or, "does not herself withdraw. The Shamrock is continuing. .v Shamrock Keeps on to Finish SANDY HOOK, July rock IV., challenger for the Amer- lea's 'cup, kept on for the finish in race'of. 1920 after Reso- lute had. withdrawn because of broken halyards. If the challeng- er doei not herself withdraw and she finishes within the limit, she will be today's victor. R cso I u te' s.. tend he r J n tow.at32Epm oh for the as if she would take the The' Accident YORK, July wasUUnding for the mark on a when the throat parted and the gaff'came half- t way' down the mast. Adams kept en Resolute Was Leading NEW V'ORK, July led Shamrock by half a mile after 'two hours of'salltrig when the yachts had covered ten miles of their 30-miEe course. GERMAN MURDERER SENTENCED TO DEATH BERLIN', July char- acterized by the-.Vosslcho'iSellung aa ono of the most cruel and bloody; mur- derers of ail lime, has been sentenced to death ity a jury in the court of as- sizes at Berlin. The Jury found him guilty of six murders, 11 attempted murders and a number of other atroc- ities. i MAJOR COSTENE REPORTED AS RESIGNED FROM BOARD OF PENSION COMMISSIONERS OTTAWA, July The CIV Izen today says: 'A rumor emanating from auth- oritative circles has it today that the resignation of .Major E.'.J. Costene. as a member of the board ol pension commissioners received Bccepted, '-.-Y SWISS FARMERS MAY. COME TO B, C, VANCOUVER, July In ni'ltish Columbia a country which In climate and beauty and fruilfulness matches Ihcir own, a distinguished party of Bwiss have reached the cily on an innusirial and economic, mla sion. 11 Is Lheir hope that as a result of ihelr visit a large number of Swiss farmers and artisans will br- enabled to come to British Columbia imtler conditions which will cnable'lhom to add to Ihe Industrial weallh of the province. RIOT3 AT TRIESTE TIOME, July persons were killed, thirty were wounded and dam agesamounllng to lire wa done during the disorders at Triesl during which .and business places were attacked by Hal- tatis, according to tbo I'pp.olo 4'italia, DOMINION STEEL 'CO. RATIFIES MERGER HALIFAX, July shareholders ,of thOiDo- minion Steel Corporation'at a special general meeting here this nflcrqoon ratified the proposals to merge' their company in the British Empire Steel Corporation.' Nova Scotia Steel nnd Iron Com- pany, another of the companies to en- ter the IJriUsh Empire Steel Corpora- lion, has already accepted the plan Canada Steamship Linos bas yet lo voto 011 II. HOARD OF COMMERCE TO CONTINUE ACTIVE War-Purchasing Commission Continued by Council Order OTTAWA, July war pur- chasing commission, which parliament refused to perpetuale, has been con- tinued by will bo known as' the central purchasing com- mission. The qrder-lnrcouncli pro- vides that the commission consists of two members and n chairman.. The chairman of the.present com'miaslon Is-Sir Hprmldas Lanorle, but it Is iin; derstood that ho will shortly retire from the post and'devoto his largo private Interests. OTTAWA. July Commis- sioner W. White of Board of Com- merce, having returned to tho.capUal from Montreal, where ho has -been carrying on somo special Investiga- tions for several days, '-Immediately resumed acllvlties by tbo rc-conslf- luted board. When questioned by the Canadian Ihi3 morning in ref- erence lo the plans of .the board, the cfilof commissioner said he had noth- ing to add nt present lo official announcement made 10 days "ago to tho effect thai Ihe board will "conlinne its activities In regard to mutters In connection with which Its jurisdiction is not questioned. WATCHMAN KILLED MONTREAL, July Auger, night watchman of the U O. Orofhe Cigar Box Factory, was In- stantly killed.'early today when a freight car, backing on a siding at the feafof Iho storeroom, crashed through Ue wall csusjDg a boiler, lo eiplpdo. GOODEVE IS CANADIAN SWIMMER AT OLYMPIC Ooodevo champion Canadian'swimmer, was of nclally notified today that ho wotiU represent Canada'In tho' 300 and 40( meter events In the Olympics sanies at Antwerp SANDY HOOK, N.J., July Resolute.led Shimrock across the starting line today, in the first America's cup race of 1920. The Resolute crossed at and Shamrock unoffi- cial time. From the shore It was apparent Shamrock had a poor, start, not crossing the .lint until-after the handicap whittle, had been blown at -o'clock. The yachts crossed the line on-the starboard tack. COURSE OF RACE NEW YORK, July" course for the yacht race'was an- nounced .by the regatta .commit- tee as southwest by souths. The official starting time given from the race committee's boat were: Resolute. Shamrock It also was announced; officially that the time allowance .would be six 'and forty seconds, due to a-change in fig- .ures obtained by re-measuring the Shamrock's sails, Both Yachts Ready SANDY HOOK, N.'.T., July A yachting armada gathered, off the for the first--America's cup race In yearsi Private craft, ex- cursion boats'and airplanes speeding, southward across New bay found nestling behind the great sand split two sloops that arc the pricta of Britain and the United Shamrock challenger, with sleek green sides, and Kesolute. defender, dazzling in her coat of white. Aboard them were Captain Wni, P. Burton and his crew of British tars and Caplaln Charles Francis Adams 11 of lioslon, wilh his Yankee sailor-' men. While clad figures gazed alott, scanning the heavens for clouds that bsloken winds, favorable or unfavor- able. The first accident In connection wilh.the International yacht races oc- cnrreil early loday when a forty-toot launch bound for Ihe courss struck a rock In Hellgalo while passing down the East .rlvor and bad lo be beached. Only the skipper and his assistant were aboard as the owner and a party of were to have been picked up al uravesend bay. Shamrock In her almost barren hold tho Sham-. rock' has stored her mascots, Thtvy comprise the wooden eagle, that' was on the victorious yacht America and boxes of four leaf.clovers from Ire- land and tho United Slates Sir Thomas Llpton, making .his fourth attempt to lift powler'muE, emblem 6f sailing sup remacy of the sea, cast his eye to the weather'an'd remarked "If the wind will hold Us present slrcnglh' I'll ask1 nothing belter'for my Irish ehallf-ngor. The Shamroet (Continued on ___ ;