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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBR1DGE HFRALD WEDNESDAY, JULY.2J, 1920 INADftlLIET i H1.S: :GJcattst Diflicully is in Getting it Not the Trouble B.b-.-.. OTTAWA. Ju'y (Cinsdinn Thii fuel shomsc both liosje.-llTe. la a matter el traupcrtalloa which be to a 'consir.erubifi dojrc-'1 io.: the course of tlie nex1. few months, is' ibe wfrd 1'os.t Hon. K. K. Tarvell. caalrmari of ;ne ay bcarti nnd t Oommissioner 3. J. Mci'Lean. Vrlns' back from v.-heie they; .conferred I'flurJay and Monday, the inter-slate- commerce- coia-1 mission. The conference was beW u the re- 1 of the laiter aud .Cb'airinaa lell exp essed himself as b'eing A. U'li.-oi. H.A h'fhlv sratificd- with the manner In; wbo bis bBau superisteod wnicn iie and his coiieaBue were re-Jenl'o! ITckcraity ot Toronio. He at "They made It: couuiiinilcr of ;i I'ollsb coocen- quite apparent down there." he said' tratiou duricg tut- war. and was to the Canadian "that it. is' decunleii vriUnthc of Honor ibeir desire to conEider.Uunaila-s fuel i by- the Krericb Govornaicr.t reouirtmeats on exactly, the same Cervices. basts as tbo United States- As a mai-j j..._. ter ft tact, the Interstate commerce! commission and the producers of .coal arc anxious to do all the business they j can Canada. They have the coal and il it were only possible te harej it mpved more freely, in. 'our direction j iherf Tjould he no serious coal age on Jhis side of'the border.-' U. S. that Sir Thomss LIMon will so to Toronto us soon is the serlps Uoish. Ho iiiis accepted .in to at- tend fete arm'scd in his honor th? Rpyal Canadian Toronto May See Shamrock TOROJ.'TO, jaly Thainas Liptou has i piouiired the- Royal Canadian Yacht club thai he will visit-Toronto for a i few days Immediately after the Aw- fcrira'i cup races. This tatovmatkm1 siven the Canadian. Press by officers of too club. s. i It the Brlttih stoop Ara- j erica's It will be shown in public fur the flrrt time !n Toronto. Tennu Ckwnpiw Beatw iContinued Iron: Front l-age.t SENATOR DENNIS' WILL HALIFAX. July the will ol the lute Senator Dennij. 55 per cam. of the capllal stock of the sHolltoi Hentid. Uciiied. publishers of Uie 'Halifax Herald, Mail and (Kiiiiday Leader, was tetc'lo IJeuuis. of the deceased, j rice-uresident at the company since its some years ago. !H. Vi'. Weir, editor. o( the EventUE Mall lor 40 aeaociiKCJl with the JalC; SeiiKtor DfliinU 4c tie publica- tion ot his :t5 left: OQO; to W. R. McCtirdy, an employee of oO years' standing, is left to John Triiler. for 36 years head pressman. and. to Miss Houston, nil employee of 20 yean' standing. The public bequests Include (lie sum of to endow a. chair: at 1M- housie "University, to be knovru the "Eric Dennis. Chair, of Covert- meat and. Political Science" In' mem- ory of Cajilain Eric Dennis, M.C.; n Eon of .Senator Dennis, killed ID the battle of Vimy RJdge. in additional JOHN MACOUN, BOTANIST, DIES rock bad increased her three- Refentag" io'the of mile OTTAWA, Joly IS. I Canadian Joun Macoun. one of Canada's leading for many a resident'of this passed away Sunday at Ills home in Sidney, li.C. He was years old and known from coatl to as oce uf the great contributors to tue science of botany aid 'one who. iu collaboration tfith his eon, the late J. M. Macoun, this city, tad aualytcd and distinguished some speci- POSTPONE FINANCIAL CONFERENCE l-AUIS. Jjilj -J.9.- --Tito terrbtar.v- of of Nations iu kKiiiiuuciiJK today the post- one 111 eii t ot the financial savs that .Y definite dale tonfeii'iu-; :.lll be at tue -or tno council, i-f the Sun SebKsV.un, Spain.' 39. CONSIDER igSCHEN PROBLEM r.Milsl, July Ti.u uxiucll of am- besau consideration of the K-i u U ot Australia, holder of the Brllish n tennis sin- gles who t'Xeated by Vi'iu. T. T4den of PalWdelpbis. J2.000 to added'ki tie endowment of the library at.Oalhoania University EXRECTS EXCHANSE OF mens of the flora of Canada. ilis''-wife, formerly Miss filer Tyrell. whom in Jrmv him in Sidney. B.C.. wher's tbe coaple moved to about eight, years ago, to live with Uielr daughter tbore, Mrs. A. 0. Wheeler. One eon, VV. A. Alacouu. of the experimental farm survives. .uss !efl to attend tbe funeral of his father. One other sou. James Matoun, passed away several months i ago. Three- daughters also survive. They are: Mrs. Arthur Wheeler, Sid- ney. B.C.; Mrs. (Dr.) Rufus Klngm'aa, of Walliugford, Vermont, and Mrs.' Cantsln Evcrall of Victoria The funeral will talii; Tnes- day ot Sidney: ii problem rd Uenes, iLm v, Dr. L'ttii-bo-Slovai; for- 3' Poi i-ih. a tomor- bo followed by. M. La- FrciiQh nipjnber of tho.Tcscheu plebiscite committee. Must Offset Effect'of Propaganda Wbkh Ainu To Wreck Goodwill SVD.N-BY, Aurtralla. July sion to form a "king and empire alil- to couuteract yihat-weri) termed disloyal doetriaea was taken nt a fcik mass meetlni here today. denonnced the of rArch- blihop Maunii of Auitralui. United states Consul. Norton, who addressed the meeting, Hid the move- ments such as were beliij ed by the gutheriBK needed "to countercct the iiinueuces aimliis at fieslructiou of the tuutuiu eilEtlug between (he Uritish Ku-plie aud the. United and to be dletributed as com- iiiK from Mrs. widow of th'o senator, among the Tirioaa charitable and of the city, protestanl Catholic. Hon. Hubert Kogeit.' Bays that In view of the faot that ths Korerane-it had done away with the wheat board, the farmers, woald realize a great deal taoney. tttJIVn 4M.ILW.I1I..- f X, I the America railroads to move coal At Shamrock was well out of and it semeed as.if inVrrfT'pf'tne United'States and-Can-! ste coiiM cross Ihe defender's bow adi'iir Carvell said he was inform-1 If she went i about on the starboard cd a. adhlnglon that a" considerable! Indeed; It looked as If sbe would degree of disorganization exlsls in aihave a. crossing of several large number of United States railroad I hundred jarae. i owing Io th'e prevalence! i.n i-e-j Goes Ahead cent months of strikes by "outlaw" j Resolute was leading hy 200 railroad of the wind had breezed up to workers who brolsc away from the uu- ions and on strike. Should tbe gufton .broke out a tiny ra'lroad employees decide to accept1...... of Increased wages announc- ed: this week there .should be an early improvement thought. Mr.. Carvell slated the situation, he that a further iaDJ- h'ardly larger than conference had taken place yesterday at Montreal with E. YV. Beatiy, presi- dent of the system, both of whom are aniious to do everything to facilitate the movement of coal to Canada. Both at Washington arid Montreal the matter of the pre- payment of freight charges in Amer- ican currency, a system which.increas- cost of coal to the consumer, owing to the eixftange situation, taken np Shis is an exceedingly dif- i flcult problem hut 'it mny be pnBsl i to work out a plan whereby, at least a portion of the cost of Uausyortallou will be paid In Canadian money, Baring effected.--. .The JDominion-railway hoard will ilold a privits sitting tomorrow to consider-the situation In.Tiew of Information gathered' by the commis- sioners at The necessity of 'Canada taking any_ action neces; san to conserve coal coffltog from'the United States as well as coal produced it Caradtan mUies is recogniied- and it is not Imp'robablo thaVreslricliob. of exports and bunkering privileges 'will he decided upon bj' the board. woman's handkerchief. tb'aq half ot the course to the. outer rnark'covered at It was estira'aled "by" newspapermen on a destroyer .following the sloops that Resolute vaa leading by a quarter of mile.' Besolute Gains slightly on every iitch as the sloops lacked tor the Jer- ey shore. they ver on the sUrbbard taek and istood .out to'Bea. Resolute was: lead- JOHN H PACKER, wsli-known electrics! engineer, of Liberty, who says that t? look at him today no one would ever1 take film to be the same man was-bcfore Tanlac' restored his htailh. -pounds. leu- ig a bit from tbo dull< If.creacet .Tlie windLwas.1 making aboct seven tiiere. was every rpspect th'av the yachts could cover he course I wit bin the time limit if it eld. f'H''ri _. Breeze At the'yachts were ttilr Hand- ng off .shore for ithe mark, Gve miles ahead. had increased to knots, tlie 'best' Uutt lavored the sloops in tieMSM series'. Resolute was i, mile ahead. At was within 2 1-2 miles of theL turning mark and i mile ahead of Shamroci. The wind fall IS knots sr.d the regatta cominHlw boat started back for the finish line..' 'r J At U ReBolBfe was within a'thilt of the'mark and going strong. Rounding the outer mark- and 45 Eecoiida ahead ot ShamrocS hy unofficial time. Ilesoluto uroke out her spinnaker'.in i a mlnnte and 40 Vec: ends. --Shamrock's crew took two min- utes and five seconds to boom out their Tbo' elapsed time on the windward heal. as computed un'offiirUlly waa: RoBplute Shamrock Resblirli Has Advantage In elapsed time, therefore, ilesolule had an a'dvantago of two minutes hnd four-Mtp'nds' In the lieeliinlug the second_8Bd last leg, plus a time allow- ance of_BCTon mlnutes'and one second which the challenger must overcome. Oiio niile after the turn botb yachta broKe 'out .hallooners, Hesojutc .being covered with bulging canvav On'the run home the two yachts with; every sail ballooned out in the breeze made a pretty, picture. They raced along beam to look- ed on. the far distant horisou like twin eplret of a great cAthwlral. The sea.was crested with from the wind which carried the racers along so fast that many of the smaller excursion craft were much put to It to keep op with the ilooix. Renlule at p.m.. had opened a piece of water between-her and the challenger which, however, with her larger sail I spread clung gamely on to seem- j cd to' all a losing for Upton's boat, I At p.m. the yachts had sailed l-'or two years previous to tho time half tlio leeward course and Resolute 1 hsgan laling Tanlac. 1 lived princi- wag leading hy 42H yards, according pally on a time 1 was laid up In the hospital for five months anil practically no lior-c was held out for my I don't any man had a worse case of stomach trouble than I did, in fact they.sald 1 could not live. 'Tanlac illd not seem to belli me much at first, and I hail almost made up my mind to give It up. If 1 :had given It up It would have bean the mistake of my life. I stuck to It for a fair test sntl am thankful that I did to the range The wind still helrl about south.! eight to ten miles on hour with no sijfiis of j llesoluto'a victory seemed assnr- j cd. At' ilii Shamrock began iilching up I mi Resolute, gaining or 50 yards in J every mile, rilx.milee from tlie finiuli she was 20fl yurdi; astern. Obsorvora ashore reported that at Resolute led 'Shamrock by about 25 neconds a'fair test and am tnankful that I rtld The lime being lakcn as the two for after finishing my fourth bottle, j passed a fixed point