Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JULY 17. 1920 -THE LETHBRibGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE 'Vill Drive 6at Turk National- ists Arid Pit a Stop To 'Raifc v CONSTANTINOPLE, July (By Associated The British aud Gweks are preparing to clear tbe Kcutarla peslneiUa o! til NationalUU and a from lemH to CLIleh, on Black .Sea, -which. control the bandit raids against the Bospboms. towns tei check, communi- between Angora and Constan tlnople through. Jhe Scutarla peninsula General IronsMei of the British force! prebibly will command. the ?-Hit headquarters will-be at latuid.t ;Twb BrUlsb divisions alread) are available. These will be Increased to an anny carat. Two Greek rest mehts fcai Turkish KafiqulUts .continue to rald'GrotkuIiUsts !u the south shore district of the'Qtilf of lamld. The Greek' patriarch that Foulad- jlk, with a population of near Karamorsal, was virtually: wiped out July 15. Tbe Greisks .were'sSat'insldn the church which' 'The patriarch there are only 150 Greeks RECORD ENTRIES AT BRANDON'S BIG FAIR BRANDON, July record enlrlei 'for' tie Brandon uie; fair opened'here at noon to- lay.' The oommotUous stock barns filled and'special accommo- dation had (o be provided. New rec- ords in the Shorthorn classes are ex- pected, there being no lees than eihibltots showing Quality Short- -yhere "103'Here fords, 67 137 dairy: type cattle view'Every; available stall is filled, over 300 prlze-wiuning" horses being entered. In the poultry section there are birds In the poultry house 'from .all parts of the Dominion and the United Stales. The entries In the dairy department are declared by Manager Smale to be 6U per cent, better than last year. Last year's dairy exhibit made a Canadian record. NERVES AIL I f E. No.4, G "In the 1910, its worst form; 1TOU (Continued From Front Page.) reentry, and erety mdiftaf I tried prored BKM untrl a frjeod isrfmd aetotake'Vruit-a-UW. t to mend slnoft it ban enjoyed the put Itm moer viOtoni im Ut Unif'-. J AS.'S. DELGATY. bo x, 6 for .50, ferial siM JSe. At all dealers or seat postpaid by UaiUd, Bow River Farmers Don't Want I To Get Lato the Hands of Speculators Again s CALOA'RY, July River U.P.A. political aasbctaUon elected tbe following at Its recent conrerSlloV: President. C. Buckley, Glelchto.; first F. dora; Mrs." 0. 6. Welch, Glelchen. Directors: Taber H. Hunter. Travers; directors, Mra. Stewart Hill. Glelchen W. Leonard, Tudor; Eub-dlrectbr, Mrs. T. Wagler, Standard. North I'uncke; sub-director, J..K.; Sutherland. South J. Hlcglnbotham, Lone But'.e. Boa Queenstown; svb director, R. W. Poale, could be obtained as to whether.'Mra: Burton .would continue as timekeeper of the Shamrock. Crew members with superstitious, tendencies a woman should'not'salt on. a cup racing yacht. Sir Thomas Upton, his advisers on cup matters on thu steam yacht Victoria today have all-conSd. fcftATJQHTOls-To Mr. and Mrs. Aj the Vaa Haarlem hospital, bn Wednesday, July HtV' a 18S-1 .'.The preparing for a'cam- ofr the bandits." Tfiey'tflll issue a .warning r'ulned Rlva, a XafloKBItsrwilfigbDlli -on'the- Black Sea near eitrance to tho phoru'B and 'areitarrylng out niodlc 'elsewhere against the 'Nationalists on the Sen. are. shortly to be attacked by (and 'forces from the east. Fallnre French troops .to display a fireek flag at Arm on July H' i'dil (ajluro by the French to salute the flag'.vhen passing tbe Greek con- sulate resulted ia a protest by the The' French general, Nayral Ds'Bonrgori.Mri reply, apologized foi the oversight; Council' will Insure the chief and twelve members of thi fire, tjlgade against accident. Little N. Beaubler, Cliamplou. J. Garland; sub-director, Mrs. Stenberg. Swalwell. The boundaries of the seven divi- sions mentioned above have been ad- usted during the recent convtuton To' miis to the nat- ural geograpbical boundaries. Form- erly they followed tbe lines of the provincial constituencies. In its closing session the association took the following course government for wheat control, and called upon executive and Canadian council o.t agriculture to devise co-operative plan (or the sale of 1920 wheat crop. Decided to send organizers and speakers In field immediately after harvest to carry out aggressive edu- cational campaign. 1 Gave-power to executive to Incor- porate association if found necessary under clause 10 of franchise act. principle of Nation by large majority after keen debate. that form of qnes tlonnaire on liquor referendum be slm liar to that used In Ontario last year Burke, 30" yean old. was drowned In Loughbordugh Lake, near Dassano. Kingston, when 'a boat overturned. MAY BAR ARCHBISHOP j FROM IRELAND LONDON', July The question as to whether the Most Rev. Daniel -Man- oil, archbishop of Melbourne, Aus- tralia, shall te barred from Ireland in view o! his recent utterances InUhe United Stales, Is under consideration by the British government, This statement na's made by An- drew Bonar Law, the government spokesman, in the bouse of commons, in answer to questions as to whether the government would not prevent Archbishop Mannlx from visiting Ire- lang because bis presence acd speech- es might be llkelv.tio Increase Bcultles already existing. Mr. Bonar Law evaded answering when asked by a member of the house whether representations had been made to the Vatican regarding the speeches ot Archbishop Mannlx. JUMPED INTO FALLS NIAGARA FALLS, Ont, July It Is believed that a man who yester- day Jumped from the abutment of the American end ol-llio upper bridge and then tried to regain ibe thore, is Fred Lehman, of Plttsburg. He bad report- ed to the police of having been robbed of J 500. MINERS ENTOMBED PITTSBURG, July ers wore entombed In a mine of the Union Collieries Company, at Ranton, Pa., near Pittsburg, foilpwlng an ex- plosion early this, mornliig. The es- plosion the shaft, and as soon as repairs 10 the hoisting apparatus tan be made rescue crews will endeavor to find the buried men. port that he has planned to replace Captain William P. Burton as skipper of .the cup. challenger. Witie stating that he report was he declined to give any explanation. Sir.Thomas let it be known, how- ever, that he was not satisfied with the handling of the Shamrock by ence in the ability of. the cup challen- tain Barton in last Saturday's ter to- defeat ...Strl Burton Gets Another Chance Thomas'friends say that with a stout' wind Shamrock, should show her heels io which- may bate trouble with her top hamper and'rig- ging In heavy weather, and that In light airs In whloh the defender shows to Resoliite' can- not complete tho course within- the time limit of six hours. The race tomorrow will be over a 30- mile triangular-course, 10. miles to a leg. .Saturday's, .triangular contest haviig 'been called oft, because. the yachts could not finish, .the.rules'pro- vide that tha race should1 be re-sailed on the next succeeding.race day. _ Toronto Man .May Be Choice NEW YORK, July to the New York Times 'this morning; Commodore A. Jarvis, of Toronto, tbe .Canadian yachtsman, is mentioned 'as a possible successor to Mr. Burton as helmsman ot the Sham- rock IV. Sir Thomas Silent ON BOARD THE STEAM YACHT VICTORIA, July wireless to the Associated -Thomas Lipton, spent, the .morning .conferring witirhls yachting experts but was not inclined to discuss at length the re- SANDY HOOK, Thornas Lipton would not say this af- ternoon .what developments might be expected after tomorrow's race with the American defender Resolnte for tie. America's would he deny that he and his adviser; on the steam yacht Victoria, had virtually decided to' remove Captain Burton from the tiller of the cup challenger after Sat contest, in which Captain Bur Ion's handling of the Llptbh cratt.'had been severely critic lied. Sir Thomas was somewhat perturbed when xnp read In the newspapers of plans "for supplanting Captain Burton. "Captain Burton will be at tbe wheel salft Sir Thomas this afternoon! "After that I cannot say and, of course, I wll .not talk about It." It Is the general belief aboard tho Victoria today that Captain Burton had asked for another chance to sail the challenger and that It' had been granted him. Captain Burton could not be seen. .Sir Thomas showed today a cable- gram: he had received from King Al- fonso of Spain which read: ''Delighted to hear of your victory. Go on." Piquant and pungent- 1 yet delicate v This is the flavor of Lanka. 'Famous grown in "Ceylon's hill gardens. po blended that the flavor is nuld and Delicate. The apd t tempting; the and spark- 1 -.VimcokTer, Canada I LANKA PRINCE ALBERT GIRL DROWNS PRINCE ALBERT, July Katie Hooker, aged 20, adopted daugh- ter of C. O. Simpson, of this city, for- merly fur commissioner of the Hud- con's Bay Company, was drowned yes- terday while battiirig'In the Saskat- chewan river at The.Pas, Man.- Misa Hooker had gone there only 10 days ago to take a position with the Bank oJ Commerce. Two More HALIFAX, Jnly Wm. Neefo'rth, aged 31, was seized with cramps while swimming In Cole Harbor on Su'nday and was drowned. Leo Giles, aged 19, also of Cole Harbor, was drowned in Blssett's Lake yesterday, whan a leaky boat sank un dsr him. Amherat Youth Drowns AMHERST, July Gould, IS, was drowned Lake. Sunday, when his canoe tamed. CUPID has never lacked a tactful messen- ger. Moir's Chocolates convey his messages in the best of taste. A? a gift Moires Chocolates always reflect a feeling of pleasure back'tft the giver.' In their rich coatings, wide variety of centres of .flavoring, tfiey LIMITED, HALIFAX, N.S. WILL PATROL AGAINST RUM RUNNERS AT WljipSOR WINDSOR. of Customs A. T. following reports' in'ads to-his office that ber of small. craft from can side, believed to be engaged'.'li rum running, afe operating at nighl on the Canidjan.'short wlthont.lights and wllh'out'permission and landing parlies, -nas ordered a special patrol OIRL8 DISAPPEAR AND MAN IS HELC I i'_ p'SaTyi CATHARINES, Opt Julj 19 Cqtharine Bralciaii, six-years old and Margare four, years old, last 'and nothing has 6eer seen of them The ,Bo.licoclc girl aDbii said, alofig the thsgti bankV6f.tho Welland canal ditch east'of-Tribrold David McNeill Mofifelll.Is In Jail awaiting appearance before Magistrate Noiile, Friday. McNeill was arrested Port Dal bousle tho night following tho digap pearanco of tho children. 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