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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY opinion that to attract July Mi wiling under at UwjCrtt leg of lie trita Captain Burton atill clung to his ttahy (Continued From Front Page. Jib topsail ant .lib and tprwlay At. s o'clock, the yachti had tailed tlej 'of the iecond f Au mi" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAGENIMS cording to Wall Street, because there Is 110 money to back the challenger. The oddj, however, were qouted at 6. to 5 in favor of the Resolute tad oil lie entire series at 7 to 5 In Uror of were at the any rapport Llptoa's cvlar (loops' mueBYud for. their at the line.' Flif beiore (i thej rajt up their Jib top tail !n tloft. i EMMlata cajBMi down, and tacked tnderfteiUi Shamrock. TSsn both with only iO -yards between item UnU sKararock broke'avar and Wte. llghtEbip, IplloVed wlni was very eof( owlr. the line -at Resolute 'at trouble, would ing tey t 'although the challenger f the LJptee craft., had -.'iti ballopner, which ont and was partly nO Wj- to" clear the fouled sail. Sksasrociv five1 inln-" ales ReMiute sailed PMtt eft to leeward at Hav- Ing ctaifed fhe fouled Jib topsail, the crew olShamrock set their spinnaker. It dimity .ballooner bejiylig out andithe otfier headsalls 'drawing '.__ It'tpteared -to obaerrers that Ball Jahdllnj'.ipp', the challenger, ha'ir been bungled; Ten minutes after the startT by 50 yards.; be- hind- fpokecT'as "if her "skipper again. SbemVock Btlll clung to her No. By this time ahead. AVjJilp.JJeYjj'nte wa? sailing .along eafifrji.1 err splendidly.; yhlls .Shamrock was flap- .......-of her small reaching U forestaf sail a slay? with Shamrock leading, by fully hall a poU-- fcoata, were able to their courie'for tho Jlarch 31. last, amounted to ac- cording to a psycr Just Issued. Premier SIillerand told the chamber i "France will keep her word as I am sura Great'Brltaln will he faithful tp The sreraler reminded the deputies that General r .Wrangel, the antl-Bpl- shevik commander In South Russia, the-wheat hast-been had axhleTed striking successes xg- OR the port headsall. .At two go, the Shamrock, was .headjnjpfqrv.thj! marjs on the port tacji' .The-treeiei, had no reached the The shlft-df'theyVini'to the south- west ImprOTed chances of Ifmlt afcthe last leg w'6 old bee Hm' 3 own' the" breeie. V yhe the Shamrock was aboutfa m'ilei f--- ed. the Resolute was1 saluted :by a chorus of not steam whistles from spectator way and It Is vital that there should be rala- within 'the-next wlse 25 per cent.'of the crop will be destroyed. the immediate; locality ot Prince Albert the conditions are, good but both east the city ;the crops are' suffering sererely. bvercast today an.d'there good prospect of rain which would per cent, of the crop 'Int Nor- thern. Saskatchewan. H. Alfcirta Want. EDMtfNTON, July inehcing 19 be needed at a numher of points'- this district, .paftfcnlarly around Stony 'f laln'and 'CSfiVo'se. The weatherJfor-the- liM-niirW-wfeks has "been very hot, and -with, only light scattered which bate_been scarcely enough to lay the dust- "The heavy rains. of early: In .tha season came at' a h'o'weVerv when the ground was .shaded and on grain, growers der Clare they will get a crop even. If there. Is no more rain until harvest. Late seeded grain Is beginning to feel the effects of the1 long dry spell though, and'.the yield will be serious: ly. affected if rain: does not come soon. There was a thunderstorm on all Bides of Edmonton last night, but only a few drops fell In the district Hall was reported near Westlock on Saturday night. Badly Needed at Moose Jaw MOOSE JAW.iJnly is yery badly needed In the Moose Jaw dis- trict If the crop conditions which have been excellent'BO far are not to Oats especially of moisture anxiously waiting for fell hire 'Monday night _ benefit to crops Heayier rains-have fallen to the south but reports are not available yet. alnst the Bolshevik and had Installed a government that recogniled the ob- ligations of the preceding Russian government and had won the sympathy ot tho population by agrarian reforms. Successes July Star publishes' under date of General Wrangel haa succeeded in destroytng 1? soviet cavalry regiments and taking M.OOI) prisoners, according to'reports reaching this city from Russia. It was reported that this suc- cess" was" due" to the movement of a force of lOO.QOO Cossacks, said to have broken tBTOugtt-the sovljf front and to have effected a Junction with Wren- "ii.: Novo; Ross Ult. Bkaterinod ar and Tag- evacuated by the red gap widened, again. 1 The Shamrock'nosed info every catspaw hlle tSe defender of lack as to work out toward the yacHti: Shamrock picked up thilflrjf breath of the soulhweater iindvlncreased her lead to nearly .half .a iiille, the first mark be- In j'- at1 about four miles At'2'6'clock, with the mark to lee- ward> three rfllleB! away, Resolute tacked and headed for It. the mark in ah effort'to p'lpft the new breeze, but as it'failcd, she lost by the move. came in again from the Resolute 'along until less ft art tj'quar'ter of a mile astern of ahanlrock. Jibbed two 'minutes''later, the mark! then headed for .Forestay .Sail Works Well second race was the work' of little forestay luiuled her by Resolute tfmo gave her a lead of more mile.- Sham'rockV'elapsed time' to the first mark" .was and Re solute's Shamrock's lead et the first mark in that time.was three minutes and 35 wltn'but taking Into con- slderatiqn the time allowance of ceven minutes: andv she muit give Resolute on tno -entire coiiraeji :.t Shift Sails The.-windHbreeied up more'.io the tortaweVt as'lhe'yachta turned. Heio- lute substituted KsM. 2 Jib topsail for her baripqnerV whllo Shamrock clung to her No. i'fintll, a mile.away" from the mark, when.sho shifted to a small- er t sKamrock was forging ahead again and had set a'baby Jib topsail. After; Balling- hall .a mile, Capt. on the ResoUue, ch'angerl to N'o. 1 Jih tppsail arid 'hatilsd down When Folks Quit Coffee beouiie of cost to heaithtjrpurse.they naturally drink POSTUM 's a Reason Jir-Bs tho wind was 'concerned. At one :t'me. there -distance of 'a mile and -a quarter'between the the. Resplute.sailed the last mile in fast time and cut down tha challenger's lead sharply. 'In totalled time elapsed for both legs the" Sham- rock: was 8 minutes seconds to :he. good. the time allow- ance of 7 minutes and one which the Challenger must allow (he defender, the Shamrock led by 1.30 seconds. The! elapsed time on the second leg was Shamrock', Resolute .The Shamrock rounded the second mark at when: the Resolute was more than., a ml le .astern. .The Resolute, however, picked up' rapidly and rounded at This gave the Shamrock on elapsed lime for the seoond leg of and tho Resolute .With refresh- ing breezes Resolute began a stern chase to tho finish line, and with her time allowance of seven minutes and one second It figured she would have to gain on this leg orie mlniite and 30 seconds. Oapiam Adams at dnce broke -Gii! his balloon, jib after making the turn, while the Shamrock .sailed, seven min- utes with scarcely a haridsall. Tho Shamrock set her spinnaker and catch- Ing her .mainsail to port wlfh a big balloon jib carrying every puff of air she made good time as she headed for tto llgtKshlp. The Rfisolute also set her apnlnaker and balloon Jib' well, before the freshening breeze. The Shamrock lost several seconds-ffom the thlfi leg by her slow setting of the balloon jib topsail, which developed a, tear near the foot, oft Scabrlght. .The big jib on tho Resolute Was set qiilckly. She- began tacking leeward by'holding far out to eastward under her balloon er. while the Shamrock .with her splii naker to starboard headed stralghl for the finish On the ran home the Resoliite'gain ed several seconds on. tho challenger which was about 3 1-2 miles from the finish at o'clock. At the Resolute had gained nearly a minute On the Shamrock on the dash to the finish line, by beating to leeward. It was apparent that the race was bp very close when the Shamrock got within three niile' of tho finish. At tbnt point the Shamrock had some seconds over the time allowance of 7 minutes and-drte second allowec the Resolute, but it.seemed evidcn that to decide the winner-would, re quire close At the wind hauled and the Resolute Jibbed her hpbni going to the starboard side. seconds later the Shamrock also jibbed. The Res olule's chances of winning the race began to fade as the wind showci signs of giving way. The Shamrock was within .three miles'of .tho light ship going easy, with the. Rcsoluto mure thuri'ii milfe astern and for off the course In a long tack. Thn Shamrock took In her splnnakei nnd nlso reached for the finish undci two head sails. -LUtle-Bettlnj..... NEW YOHK, July 20.-There was Tfle.Regina Report HEGINA, crop report Issued by r the-provincial departmenl of agriculture today covering tha Wey bum, Moose 'Saskatoon am ,j- Btlttievlk Attack Repulsed WARSAW, July The long-await- ed general .attack, by the Bolshevik along the; line' of the river Styr, in yplhynia, began Monday and has been repulsed by. the heroic work of seven Polish accordirlg to an offi- cial statement array .headquar- ters today: _' Front Page.) and parcel "room employees, 13 cents an hour. Janitors, pnd telephone op- -employees in op'er atlng appliances and similar iwork, 10. cents hour handlers or truckers, 12 cents an hour i All inland abou' stations, sturebouses "and warehouses, not otherwise provided' for, 812 cents an hour, Clerks of i ore years ei perlence, 6 1-2 cents an hour 1 Office hoys, messengers and other means satisfaction 'T'-HE aroma tempts this color charms the flavor1 satisfies. 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