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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xai. SIXTEEN PAGES LETTHBRIDGE, ALBERf 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES CMLLight Wind Tame German Semi-Official Statement Says Germans Could Make No Other. Decision GERMAN PRESS NOT VERY PLEASED Start of Race Delayed Owiifg-to Light Wind at Regular Start- ing Time-rOnly Three to Five Knot Breeze. BULLETIN RESULT DLRL1V Jill) 37 semi-official regarding'; the decision :ot tho German delegation fit. Spa to d.e livtr two million Ions "of coal -per month to the allies was Issued here last nlglit i otfcer 'decision WHS possible fefler Mai-shjil Kdch.hart -been suin' .1 eel a On-, one Tiaud there was invasion-of Germany ,ultL its incalculable and economic and. OQ the other a re- eight per cent of the coal suppl> to German consumers the cr _of rcnialnliib bouse. Tho Spa correspondent of tho Aos fjstho ZeJttmg "cenEurcs ilio German ilelegatiou forlaftoWmg Hugo lines the German eapit-flret, to play the "role, ofjdicta tor. Tlie KreUGD Zcltuug organ oE the p in Germans ueclares -vrcriKullf fcas 'twill iv-Li-pieJ ttruia vhich she cannot out 1 Socialists Approve AiVprbv'al'ot.-Uie action of Germany's representatives Is voiced by the Frel licit, organ of'the Independent iSociai- )5tS IndTgnant tprotest :fs voiced" in- a jNimfcsto published hj the I of Independent Trade bnions jug Uo million workers This organ! is separate and distinct from Federation manifesto the agree- ment at Spa was an attempt to sub ject the workers to porma -jieit servitude to foreign capitalist in te jit stigmatizes the prooosed coal as a system atic throttling of German industries competing nOth those of the entente! tuid asserts hccepiance or the allied! terms makes it impossible to supnlj Germany iiklus'tries ,witli coal. Na- lion-wide unempioymeht as a result of this agreement is apprehended, "the 'protests fagainat: number of warkirig hoiirs for labor "ovsr the heads of organl- claims it is "an insult to labor .of all countries.1 Will Help Germany SPA July ernruonls Vnll take appropriate measures to as Bis'i Germany intend cd her internal-requirements mi i :iu Qssist. her in lite prompt dis- charge of her. debt to'1 the allies, Re- cording to tho agreement .signed'here yesterday by representatives of Great [Fjritaiii, Japan. Belgium 'and Portugal .sctUing rrobiemsi-. gardihg''reparntions, .Tlie .-jdiBtribU' tlon of indemnities received from Aus tria'-Hting'ary a'nrt Unlgaria was also provided for in-the ngrecment, FJelglum Is given priority in 'tho payment of gold francs and the agreement the 'curittes for .such priority.' The EtHie? also arranged for a method of valuing' tho ships surrendered by Germany dud her allies under the various trea- ties, as well the allocation of these vessels. -Surrendered (Tocks and other >var' materials were also dealt with by' the entente gates. One of the articles of the.agree- tnent, fixing tho cost of tlio occupation .uniform basis, was not being desired to discuss tnls-matter with tho United States Jbre_fiual the problem; The'Herald wl'l bulletin tho C' result of ihe Aanerlca cup raco ff 'In of-theUoffice as soon O ai it is received HOOK, July second race of 1920 for the Am er- ica's cup was at 11 30 am, until later jn the day, by 'order of the 'regatta' committee, HAY GO YET SANDY hOOK, July 12102 the" postponement signal was hauled down tfnd the race committee prepared to sqund tho preliminary starting signal three minutes later The wifld was nearly southeast Wind Too Lary IlOfJK Julj Sir Thorn as Shamrock Shamrock IV Bosses, Are Feeling Confident Resolute Runs Away From Challenger on Second Leg of Five Miles Ahead At Last Report. and the cup defender, Rcso ute found nothing more- than a cup :ul of wind and sea in wnltn to race of the America's "cup match when were towed out to Ihe starting line at Am brose' lighlshln just before noon to- day. yachts sloshed, and.wallowed In.'the mild: ground swells and their sails flapped lifelessly ill the dead air. The regatta committee signalled i postponement "of the. race until: later in the day -at 13 minute intervals iso sign ot wind was observed In am quarter lind even should a start be mads in the triangular the skip pers tbat have handled coastwise ships along these shore? declared that no fjmsh could be made within the 116 limit, of six hours given for a "Outlook f July 17 A THE RACE BY BULLETINS made at .The official starting time was for the Resolute ant! tor. phamrock. Shamrock In lead. At Shamrock wai 400 yards ahead of but 700 to leeward f 4 At was nearly a mile ahead. I------- At contenders were moving along fairly fast, Resolute malntalnlnjlher advahtaae. At 4-00, 'sr .four :tb 'fiverknot. chatlerh own with defend- Resblute Jed, the Shamrock first turn, Sir Thomas Lipton, the tea king, on the left with Ntetiolson, designer th? Resolute turns first 4 33 42 nitric Shamrock turns first mark at 4- 51W5 Drive Turks Out Europe Once for All July (By Associated tin-cat to Turk from Kur ope. "once foi' all is coiUam cd in the allied rcplj to (he Turkish objections to tlie peace tocah, made public, feere. Such actiuu img'it i.urkcy's rcmsai 10 sign the treatj, 01 hci fjilmc to it effect, the rcplj states. 'ihe hinit for liukev to make know n her decision ex- pires at midnight, JuK 27. IRISH BOAST De Valera's -Aide Appears in After Eluding British Authorities f. DECLARES REPUBLIC FIRMLY ESTABLISHED Hands To Harvest Crop On tbe Prairies Railways Hold. Decide to Run Excursions j East, and B. C challenger, Burton, ttie skipper and Duncan The Shamrock IV. won" the first ra'ce of the series Thursday, when the throat halyards broke about halfway down tbc course. 'The second race is set for today. MOTHER AND 7 CHILDREN ARE BONNERS' FERRY, Idaho, July John Roestb >nd seven children wer% burned to death at 2 o'clock this mornfng when their home at miki north of Bonnera Pirry was de- by. fire. The- husband es- caped, Wind SANDY _ ___ _. wind'Of three Knots strength from the] northeast was blowing at 8 o clock 1 morning when the crews of the cup sloops began preparations for tbe day's race. It-was a fitful'breeze. Cap- tain Burton cast .a searching eje sea ward from the deck of the Shamrock to obscrv e w md and wive prospects Tho Americans say that the British weather is.all samples.and no he said. "But oii'ThUrsday wo had rain, hall, calms andr cloud- Now'what The wind gmtge-at Sandy Hook was barely doing Ihieo.knols an-hour and Ihe faint breeze failed .lo rufile; the Jersey ground swell.Ibat was running oft shore. .Weather; indications prom- ised a though beach .comb ers said the wind probably would.haul into -tbo .southeast, by -the -time the sloops 'reached, the. .starling line. A southeast breeze would give the yachts a beat to windward on.the first leg of Ihe .triangular broad reach for Ihe senond'and ctoso reach home for the'third leg. Shamrock Was Ihe first to get her mainsail up. It flapped idly for a time'In" Ihe light ain .The challen- gers sent up heidsalls In Expect Better.Test Today The Shamrock.and Re'solule tnggec lightly at their moorings. .Alow ant Hlnit on both, racers, minor weak nesses disclosed in Thursday's strug glo have been corrected and1 both skippers hoped-a better.test'of. sailing ability .would be" had on the. Sandy" Hook'racing lanes'today thanWas had In Thursday's' flukey, lireezea.. Shamrock will not carry-In' today's raco tho Nicholson jacket, designed to prevent back windage from the main- mast. The; en'p Informed Captain Ilurton If tho Shamrock Car- ried ttfo Jacket in futur.q races she would hayo lo he ro-nieasurcd. When'Challenger Lead t'aufain Hiirlon and Designer Nichol- son said ihis'morhinE'that five races was nol nn ftdeqnnle test for tho America's clip. "Wo have bad one race- it on'aif said Capl. Uurton to an Associated Press correspondent, "and sllll I am'looking to today's race obtain, some-.idea in the re- spective sailing points In the two co'n lendera." Captain Burton said that In Bis early stage, of Thursday's race Sham- rock had out-footed Resolute and wa: In'position lo'have.crpssed her >jow when-she wag struck by a squall and Government Action on Wheat Decontrol Pleases, Disappoints WINNIPEG, July Is of-, ficialiy announced by the Winni- peg Grain-Exchange that a: meet- ing of' members be: "called shortly" to 'consider resumption of the open trading ill wheat as'per- mitted i under the announcement go.err yesterday. lirthe'meantime .there, is no arrangement for trading and no suggestion" as to when it; will be resumed, Farmers Disappointed WINNIPEG, July the Canadian Council, of Agriculture- are disappointed in. the the govenimont in taking Ihe 1920 crop'out of government, control 'The council as a-whole met Stills week and asked for the immediate re- appointment uf W conclusive evidence; lhai Ihe coun- cil lias not received what; it desired in this said Norniini :Ldm- bert, "secretary of the this morning. A: Menace Removed July the adlug -Menace Removed" the Winnipeg Telegram says editorially: "Tito government of Canada ;-is lo be congratulated on having made_a wise and very proper decision-in re- moving Ihe' menace of wheat control respect to tho. 1920 crop, (ContlDiied on Page No t ic e tb Advertisers Deadline for Advertising Copy secure careful ntteillon nnd in Impossible'to llah on tlin.0, alt advertlscrnenls should be In tho office of ttio Herald before four o'clock .for publication Iho following receiver! on the morning of publication cannot bt .guaranteM Insertion Hifii 'cannot recoi.Vh Ihe.aUcntlon tb6 Herald to-give Its atp vcrtlsern. of-ailverflscra Is kfnilly rcqucaUd, tiounced by Sir Oe Foster ster- sh'otiltl-bo controlled. T do not see why the malii thing .the farmer has he -controlled' while every thing, he has: to :buy goes'by the law of, supply aud Uleinaml, We will gel a good price anyway and the wheat board is held ready to. step in if the speculators try lo control the mar- ket S. S. am not fully con' rersaiil with the line of policy at the present time taken in refianl to .the wheat board, but I ani fully or tho impression tbat its-services should he available !f The board dur- ing the time of Iti existence rendered valuable Service.1 Farmers Disappointed A. Haniilton, secretary of the Lnlhbrldge District U. F. be- lleve.the-maiorlty of farmers arc dls appointed that the Wheat Board Is no remain la control. Wbili they .felt that the at presen cqnslttiited, was not fairly represent lative'.of the people who. produced grain, they 'hellevcd'H .was th'o fairest I way to market tho wheat; While.wo[ have ho fnlljlnformatlon', the ..provis- ion.allowed tnat tho Government will resume control, if .necessary, brings the fhonght to the mind of .the farmer that when .tho price This Is past In which the .the" Government M 5.15 the Resolute was five miles ihcad 'of Shamrock. Story of the Race HOOK, -July At [he hoisted; signals for a rlangul ar the first-leg of 'wh Ich "Ras soatneaat, tbe second irest by soatK and the last, north b> east half -ast The course. designated by the com- Julf Canadian n; important .conference between representatives of the passf n ger departments of .the.Canadian "Na- tional and'Canadian Pacific railways and the miniEtcr and officials'of the department of. labor the question' pf. recruiting and transportation of labor for the "western harveat" was dis- cussed Through, the enrplovmont a careful survey or montg for harvest was ou'i! {It appeared that about 10 QUO, harvest ers would be" needed .of. whom i prob ablv 10000 tould be secured through the offices of the-em'plfe: mittee ivould take yachts at first straight out to. the starting ine at. the Ambrose channel lightship, hen toward the 'Jersey shore and then lightship. The preliminary however, not flown at the com- mittee evidently awaiting for the interval. The prcparatpry signal was sound- id-al for a start at Wfien the prellinlnary signal was sounded.- was just suffi; cient the water. Shamrock tried twice .to blanket Resolute, but each: time'. the defender slipped away. in the prairie C'olumbia. Aff'efi fill bs-'made to recruit the remaining JOUUCI In the easL It -nas agreed at thS confer encethat harvest eicnrsiongiwlllt be dispatched west from all the'eaater.ri provinces in border to distribute-: tHb burden ot supplying Ihis yolu'me'1. of labor over 'all parts of ,thq east as evenly as possible. The decision to 'send harvest ejtcur sions out of British Colutnbia is a :new departure agreed upon', with "a view 'to' further lessening the strain upon the east, and aleo'-wilK a Tiew to ab- sorbing. any labor' that may be" avail- able on the coast. II is thought tbat probably about harvest hands will: be" secured in Rritlsh Columbia, most' of whom 'will. be placed' In the July CaBu dian apparently elud- ed the British authorities successfully a Second time Harry J Bolatid secre- tary of tbe Sinn Fein organization' and aide to Valera of Ute. unrecogniie.d Irish republic, turned tp iijviXcw Yoipk yesterday" after a' visit to Ireland. .He left this city several months About a >ear ago Bolnut escaped from Ireland, where he'vvas 'wanted." and _came United States to prep re tbe way far his chief t lu an7 interv lew Uojand said that Lho thing him most in Ireland was the ihsolute rootint out of the British spv and police tern f went about Undisguised he we it on known'lo even body Boland sajs thai the Irish republic, is becoming firmly established.' The of courts of IJLW levies per forms Jthe ordinary., fuuclions-of "gey ernmeni will far greater ease than the British government ever succeed ed in doing Affcr slating that General Lucas who was taken prisoner by the Sinii F''held as'a hostage for K.'j C Barton Sinn rein minister of agri culture" and' that .he is 'being well treated." Boland continued: It does not matter a penny piede to Ireland is not accord- th_e republic in jour time or my tinie llie people over there have al roadv won their republic; Is oftlcUHv recognized or noL The> ImVe even over suoscnbed a loan of v half j million pounds for the rejiuh lie are determined that (t will five years' a million lives Mr Lloyd. Qeorge threatens with to bring th'em Iwck to subjection province of Alberla. It is1 probable that the first excursion At one lime'. Ihe boats were within his the east will reach Winnipeg Au- cult toss of one another, sailing iO. h> side Seven minutes before the for Ihe start, Shamrock broke out. a farge reaching jib topsail. (Continued on page 13) STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS NEW YORK, July Steamer Celtic, Liverpool. Lethbridge Girl is a Movie Star Miss Roxy Armstrong Wins Out V1 Plays Lead in 'Neptune's Queen Atnur of Afghanistan Would be Moslem Head; Tries to Depose Sultan CONSTAMMISOPI B Julj 14 (By Associated; tan Is he'the great: osl mdslem country and this Ameor of Afghanistan la.-working .i.o suc- ceed the Sultan of coni: mander of the faithful, according to rumors reaching this city from Angora here a tertP3 of Imrilp'cpnferonces haa been In ses- 1 sioni.for severaV months. This conference In sentatives 'of Turkey, India; Persia, Azerbaijan, Crimea, Egypt' and Tripoli; are participating; to bo concerned chiefly with filling the office of of the faithfuT-in such a manner as to unify moslem world. of Wheat is, likely to go up. ftbnY Ilin experience in', the it] oil I- V day. The organized machinery, of the interfered wan when the price went grain trade cnn now he.seuin-oper- up.' felt IhaLMr. Mefghen being atinn In unison with that United States anil the .Canadian c'ron can' bo moved mid marketed through the or- dinary channels ot trade, governed by tho law-of supply and detnapd, official statement Sir George Foster puts on record-that the Dominion government has not the Intention as was suspected of, if, of playing politics with the situation, nor' of making the organized grain trade a political football." Varied opinions are expressed from various sources 6jr the action'of the government in decontrolling wheat foi the handling of the 1020 crop. II. Jelliff, of Haley7says thai the'Mellon of the. government is all right. Dunham, former director of the U.J say's the wheat board done good'work, hut does not care to press an opinion on Iho decontrol movement. Meanwhile wheat .on.'the Chicago and Minneapolis open markets fs drop- ping. Opening at 2.72 on Thursday, Iho Chicago: close today was: 2.5 l.f ..Following are, toiria'opinions.'.' U H. Jelllfl', of Hnley, president of Ixithbrldge District II. F. government's decision to decontrol the 1020 wheat crop is 0. K. I am'.one of those who understand .why Iho ot one comrbouity ft1 weklern man and in line with west- ern.opinion svimlil'bo-Inclined to tain the Wheat Hoard. generally that the Wheat Board has secured a heller price for them, without 'undue haril ship to the consumer, than conld have been socurod In the .old.way. Tho initial payment, however, '.hero oil CITIZENS HYSTERICAL ANGELES. July city had practically resumed Its normal asiicct this morning following ihe four earthquake sliocks of yesterday. The slreels were filled wllh pedes'rians and" vehfclea and there appeared few surface indications of any remaining nervousness on the part of thb people who yesterday suffered.' attacks of hysteria. Nb'iaccurate estimate of either tnoney damage physical Injuries will ever bo authorities stal- ed, because scores of minor hurls and 16sses will go unreported. C, P. R. CA1X3ARY, July O'Neill, an employee In tho engineering branch of Hie. I1. II. natural resources de- partment, and a returned' soldier, wag killed -when hla anlo overturned Sat- ordjy morning near fctrothmoro, has been slowly wln- ning its place on the map as a prominent centre for many act'iy- (ties; in the sporting world the city has..won.its place and now comes1 a conquest of th'e film world, Miss. Roxy Armstrong 1ft the who is placing .LethbKdge map, Miss ftoky is a rTva[ to Annetta .Keire'rman, and her star.iff growing brightly Tn the firmament of the film world. She is truly a Lclh- bridge'girl, haying a mem- ber of the public school staff af- ter graduating from High school and before she left her home to play a part In film: pro. duction In California, she had the dancing with H, R. H. :the Prince of Wafes, on hla re- cent tour of. the Dominion, Fred CC Norton, of Coal- dale, Is loud in her praise of Leth- brldge'e movie star. With Mrs. Richardson, and Reid, she visited a the-' atre In'Lof Angeles at-which the film "Neptune's In which BELA KUN AT LARQE Miss. Armstrong Is the star, being shown. The is a seaside affair and is full of the everyday life, wit and humor'and the theme is gripping from be- ginning to Mrs. Norton says the picture W53: pronounced, as wonderful and Roxy's acting made it. The film was produced by the Ormsby Film Corporation..- t BRITAIN AND JAPAN RENEW ALLIANCE' -HONOLULU, Britain and-'Japan have decided -to'- renew-. the alliance between two" According lo announcement al the foreign offlc.e which has been _ received here. General revisions of. the treaty" have been arranged arid ff changes 'as 'to nartlculard wllb be made later, the announce- meut'ls quoted as saying. Lethbridge- Weyburn Line Won't be Built This Year BERL1 Xj Bela former Comiriimist reader and 'a> number o other Communists who 'were'being transported from Vienna to Russia by way .of Qormany, escaped" from the (rain on the ivay to :Oermany near frontier station on the Sileslon Czecho-SIovak border, ing lo a nreslafiidlspatph liner Zellnng today. .Amerfcan Markets close.........248 General Manager Murphy Says Its Impossible (o Get Men" Finb r Tanned and burned lo a perfection, C. Murphy, general manager, western lines, of the C. ft., and J. M, Cam- eron, general superintendent of the Alberta district. Henried into Leth- bridge yesterday afternoon .and an- nounced that the" Ma'nyherrles line wlirnot bo flnishc.-l this fall. C. D. MacKlntosn, superintendent of tbe Rrtiiibot-n Alberta 'dtvls'Qn. ttiem on the road and cahiii to the city with them.. They were not travelling do line in their private cars, but" were" seeing southern Alberta on tho track Ford the company. They were gaining first land Information about tho con- dition of raftfcad and. the crops. Tho Winnipeg oriiJMM. havo covered great deal of hi their present tour, tCuchlny fka Jaw and Ihe country soulH of Ihfrc. They came from Moose Jaw to Medi- cine Hat and look tho Jllney from there lo Lethbridge and left, here on thn afternoon train for the Hal, riding iii a day coach. Discussing Ihe Many-berries line, Mr. Murphy said: "There Is not a chance in the world to get that llnr1 finished In lime for Ihe 1620 crop: 1 realise the farmers Ihero have a bis crop but we cannot get labor to do Iho work. We have Kot been able to eom- pleie.spue lines wfc slarlcd lasj.ycar on account of the scarcltv of labor The C. P.-R. will be ablo tie crops of tho west jear with- out any trouble, he said 'The farm-' 'ers-will' hare tnoro trouble handlfhff their end of It than-we He ;