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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X1IL FOURTEEN PAGES LCTHBRIDGE, WEDNESDAY, JULY FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER TO SETTLE 1 Alarmed at Increase of Crime in Ireland, Will Talk to Downing Street SETTLEMENT'OF TROUBLE MAY BE REACHED SOON LONDON; July Sinn Fein and the British government are prepared to discuss, if they are not ajready'discussing a basis of probable settlement of the Irish question, to a sUWmenV recorded by., the Daily Mail's Dublin correspondent, who the Irish political circles where this report Is current, are iwually weir informed about !m portant moves at Westminster. Both Sinn Fein and tabor lead- era In Dublin are adds the correspondent, and important statements are expected to made at Thursday debate tn the house of commons. Alarming Increase of violence Tn Ireland, the correspondent says, Is frightening the responsible of the .Irish republic, many of yvhom appear to be inclined to listen'to- any generous offer from Downing Street It Is understood the now being con a'ldered by parliament must first be shelved before tho leaders wjl.l enter Into Clamps Put O- CORK July ,81 sensation wa i created here today.by. the Issuance :-proclamation, by Major-Gener Strickland, commander in Southern I Ireland, prohibiting meetings and pr I cessions within a three-mile limit or the Cork: general posloSce The proclamation will become effec tire tonight. It affects many Import ant local fixtures including the city I regatta. Manufacturers' Praise Herald's Special Section Toronto, Ont. "The Lethbudge, Alta. On return to Toronto from the Convention of the Canadian Manufacturers Association at Vancouvei I have had an opportunity of looking over the papers con- taining our advertisement, and I want to congratulate you on the appearance, of our advertisement in "The Herald." It is a first-class job typographically, and the Industrial section you ran in that number is both inter- esting and instructive. I am sending copies of this edition of "The Herald" which were- left ovei on the train to members of our Executive. Yours very truly, CANADIAN-MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, D. B. Gillies, Publishing Department. SHAMROCK BEATS RESOLUTE ACROSS LINE IN THIRD RACE BUT LOSES ON TIME HANDICAP C. P.R. WILL Answer on OPERATE ED AND BC Word to That Effect Comes From J. D. McArthur Who is Now in East Turkey Deckles To Sign Treaty, Official Report IBut Lloyd George Takes it That Russia is willing To Negotiate CONSTANTINOPLE, July.31 has decided lo sign I the peace trealj', it annotinc- officially to-day 1 The Turkish war office was j advised today that the vanguard of the Greek army had entered I Adnanoplc Grocers' Questionnaire Is To Be Discontinued OTTAWA, July 21 (Canad an Board of Commerce questionnaire to retail grocers has for the present been discontinued. Serious objection was taken in parliament and elsewhere to this questionnaire as imposing en'the trade concerned too'seveYe a bur- den In proportion'to .the object in view.1 HEARING.IN MARTENS' DEPORTATION FINISHED WASHINGTON, July lion proceedings Instituted by tho Un I (led Slates department of justicr EDMONTON, July Ed- monton, Dunvcgan and British Co- lumbia Railway will be operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway, oegmnFng at once The above is the Information received In a wire from J D McAtthur al Montreal, to Mr McLennan, manager of the road In Edmonton The wire says that an operating agreement between the.E D and B C and the Central Canada Ra a-any has been completed with the Canadian Pacific Railway, the agreement to take effect at once Already -several and SfiglneeVs in the employ of the C P R are distributed along the line Edmonton andf Peace River and Grande Prairie ready to take up the work of Im provement of the track and bed Large quantities of ties also have been placed along the track. This arrangement, means .that the C; definitely entered the north country That will mean much to the welfare-of the set- tlers. Premier Will. Give Details VICTORIA, July 0. Coleman, rice president of the Canadian Pacific stated that the report-that tho'rail way, company, had acquired tho Edmonton, and British.Columbia" railway was not acord with, the actual' facts. He savs" life En- ters Change of Heart Shamrock Crossing Finishing Line LMd Geoigc, addressing iiouse of commons said the soviet answer tn the allies regarding peace with Poland was incoherent, ambiguous and propaganda largely intended for home consumption So far js he could understand, the soMet indicated its willing- ness to negotiate direct with Poland, t -i Revived VARSMV July l-Usouated Press) Peasant of Mod lin reviving the traditions of Kos cloiizko, who Russians in 1731, marched through Warsaw >c8 terday en route to Poland's eastern frontier to take possible Invasion 'stahil against the Bolshevik Russell Appeal Is Disallowed Canada. LONDON, July Canad- ian Associated the ap- peal of the Winnipeg labor lead- ers to rn'lfiGil, the pe tition of. R. B. Russell was dismisv serf without the respondents being called. II. 13. Russell was the chief ot-eight abor leaders In Ihe general, strike in Winnipeg which began In Nay of 1919. He was sentenced by a superior court of Manitoba to two years in the peni- tentiary on charges of conspiracy. Appeal was taken by Russell-Id Ihe last court of appeal in the British Umpire, the Judicial council of. -the privy, council in Ixjndon. The appeal of the-rcBt of.the labor leaders sentenced to various .terms ot Imprisonment now hoard by the same tribunal. clout) burst local area. These in addition (b the heavy showers north of Taber which covered a con slderable extant Cardston bas alao bad this week, it is reported 'SKoMMlh! Throughout West July show ers ha'vV fallen at points m the west la.st 24 hours and with unsettled weather continuing there are that present critical wUl see a great improve- ment in ot the grain crop wbichjiil more or less dora MOOSETjAW, July ram which fell here Tuesday afternoon wil be-of the crops The total fall was IS of an mth ant apparently extended for some distance north of tbe city North Would Like Rain July country to tha north of Kdmonion served the1 Edmonton IXinxegan and Columbia railway wants rain not to save crups but to incrcn-e tk" yisld Replies received from 23 queries were uniformly there still being considerable moisture in the ground, bill rain would be welcomed. Wheat Is beading at Peace Jltver, Bonaccord, Urartde Prairie and other northern points Around Edmonton rain IS needed nut1 prospects are bright although In solated districts Sail hjsses have been reported duo to excessive heat of the ast two weeks. t Rain at Winnipeg WINNIPEG, July. 10 o'clock his morning it'was raining gently In Winnipeg with prospects of contlnu- nit'throughout the day, and it Is thought that the rain is fairly general ihrougliout the district. No Rain at Prince Albert PRIXCE ALBERT, July Wednesday's America Cop Race Greatest Event Resolute Led From the Start Till Finish When Cbalktqter Kos- ed> Her Now, Stands Shamrock.2, Bewicte Today's Race Told By Bulletins .wins. SANDY July Amerlcan defender Resolute te- day defeated JShaniroek IV In their series Tor tne America's cup by her time allowance jrol not a second more. Race started; Shamrock across the 'starting line.. The preparatory signal WM blown at 12 45 for start at 1 o'clock. "The wind wat very light but tie yachts seemed to pick rt up and moved fairly fast. leading by 200 yards M 1.58. Resolute leading by quarter of a mile at p.m. The ntoto snows the Shamrock IV crossing the finishing line In the first having dropped her top sail on learning Resolute At Resolute leading by three eights of a mile. Wind In- creasing to 10 knots: At 3 10 p tn the Resolute, was. within 2 i-2. miles of the turning point and leading Shamrock by. .half-a mile. Resolute rounded the half-way mark well: ahead-of. Shamrock. Resolute turned and Shamrock at unofficial time, IKI disabled Tie stake boat is seen tllrecllv "behind the Sbjuurock Third Yacht Race Takes Place Today Unofficial elapsed time for the wjndward beat. Resolute 2 20 Shamrock 2.22 44 At 3 55 Resolute wai half a mile ahead cf the Shamrock At this time the had sailed about five miles of the Wteen-mlle run home. TORONTO, July Drury made a statement last eight with ref- erence lo the for a large tract of pnlpwood lands 'by Vf.' Backus, who already holds pnlpwood limlU and is a largo ex- tent with Iha Fort Frances Fnlp and Paper Mills, whlcli some lime ago re- fused to sell certain news- papers which they had been supplying. Premier Driiry Stated that "no as- Lndwlg C.'A. K. Marlcns, bead "emier urury siaiea tnai no as- ijiiielaif