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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR LETHBK1UGE DAILY HE1ULD "Jt'LY 21, 1920 She letbbrfoge Deralfc ailicvta WLY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 126 Sth Street South, Lethbrldge IV. A. BUCHANAN President aui3 Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager .55 4.25 2.50 1.50 vessels, but In 1SI1 Uvonta raced; iust oiily the Columbia. The latter'won the first race, li'ut iu Tue second carried itway sonit> sear and was beaten by quarter of aw hour. In the remaining races the Sai'pho was substituted and won easily. The I .Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the origin of the name Catherine wneei; nest challcuse came- from Cai'.uda In 1S70 ami 1SS1. with the schooner Couutess ot Uun'eriu and Atalauta. In succession came in 1SS5 the challenge uud race ivitli ilw tleuosu by Sir Sullon. Md by the Oalolea by l.leut. H.N'. Nest came the race with the S-oitisli yacht Tblstla and the Volunteer in SSi. Tbis may be said 10 be the hist race for tha cup wherein there was any marked difference between Ihe ypes of the competing boats. The What is meant by the horns of a dilemma? t. Wbat is the Caaba! the sloop whal ls j, dilettante? Member Audit Bureau ot Circumttons Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week Daily, by mall, per year Dally, by mail, for 6 months Daily, by mail, 3 months mail per year Weekly, by mail, per year to O.S. 2.UO C, A. MAGRATH AT WASHINGTON Frequently the name of Charles A. Hagra'.b. Is associated with the new position of Canadian Commissioner at Washington. It is difficult to imagine a better choice. His 'association with the International Waterways Commis- sion has given, him. a wide acquaint- with uniieo Slates' affairs and the public men of that country. Mr. Xlagrath's present position requires the tact and judgment oC the dlplomal and theso qualifications would be 01 extreme value in the new position of Canadian representative at the teat ot government. Further Jfr Wagrath has ,a thorough knowledge of Canada, having resided in the Wes for a great many years before going to the East. No question affecting Canada could hardly come up ai {Washington that would not. be full; understood by Mr.: Magrath. He i; ;ft close student of Canadian and inter national..affairs, broadrainded (n hi! viewpoint, and in sympathy with tin spirit of the times, What is a luorgacatic marriage! 0. What is -Bell. Book, ami TUESDAY S QUESTIONS 1.' What was the massacre- ot 1'. What was the Washington Treaty of 1S71? 3. What Is the Scottish title 4. Who was tiip first child ot ISrlt- Thlslte was the first vessel built in Great 'Britain expressly for the race. Before Sir Thomas Llpton took a iaud in the big yacht race the last ut- .empls to capture Iho cup were ituitle by Lord Dimraveii with Valkyrie II. nd Valkyrie III., in 1SS3 and 1S95. The last of these races ended unsat- sfactorlly.. In (he. first race Lcrd Dunraven clalm'eu that his boat was hampered by the wash of the pleasure steaaiers following the race. In the second race Valkyrie teat De- fender by 49 seconds, but there was a foul at I he'dart In which Defender was'partially disabled, and. on pro- test, the English yacht was disquali- fied nnd the race awarded to Defender. In Ihe third race Lord Dunraven ob- jected that balla'et hail been added to the Americ'an yacht. Valkyrie mere- ly crossed the Hue and retired giving {he race to Defender. Sir Thomas Lipton contested for isu parents born in the Xew World? 5. What was Ihe origin of the Am- erica Cup Yacht Kitce? 0. Wheu did Sir Thomas Upton first compete for Ihe cup! exer to I'd seeu la England agaic. U Is recalled that experts here after last teat proclaimed tho virtual Im- possibility of any. English J'a.Qht ning unde'rftfie" stringent 'regulations tmposc'd by- the deed of sift. While It Is realized that, the trophy by ineuns Is yet result encouraged tuuch hope. The morning uewspaiwra display prominently tho reports o( the race, Out the result was received too. lite for much eornmeat. The D.iily Tele- graph thinks the victory all Ihe more remarkable, "because tlie Resolute seemed superior to anything ever sail- ed In American waters and because Ihe weather was of the type wrecked the fortunes of every prev- ious challenger." I While believing hope for Sir Thomas' ftual success U belter nod than ever before. Ihe Telegraph adds: "It would bo absurd to bate on yesterday's result any confident proph esles that the cup will be brought In triumph across Ihe. Atlantic, as con tlltlons off Sandy Hook :ire notorious Iv uncertain." are to be given somo kjud.ot physical "xercise. We -wiah this effort every 'v n the cup in Shamrocks' '1J03. with 111., being easily ANSWERS 1. It wcurretl hi uheu 1.2SM) roquois desceuded on the island of Montreal, fired the village ot I-achine, ,ud massacred the iahabitauU. 2. It arranged that the fisheries of joth Canada unil the Uiviteil States be open country for the next .12 years, O.nada: receiving afterwards a compensation of live and a half million dollars for the superior value of her fisheries. 3. Generally the courtesy lllie of the eldest SOD of a rlscouiH or baron, ot Lovat, eldest son of Lord Loral. 4. Virginia Dare, born of English parents. She was born at Va., in captured as a chili] by tbe Indians she was never heard of again. Originated lu August when the the Hrltlsh yachts UN TO HER Routs Cowley In Close Basebal Game -Beats at Football in a race Vocnd the. 6. In 1S89. of Wight. THE RACE FOR THE AMERICA ClJP International Inlerest'at tho present time IB focussed on the contest be- tween Shamrock IV. and Resolute, and so far fortune favors th-3 Irish boat, with two out of the three wius necessary to her credit. Should Sir Thomas Llpton win out the result will (he hailed with triumph In the British and even In the States there will bo accord given to a true sports- man for his perseverance and determi- nation to win the cup. .Should this happen the cup will make Us journey aeroSn the Atlantic .alter an absence of sixty-nine years. Since the days ot 1S51 and the pres- ent time yacht building has teen en tireljr transformed; it has become a science, and therb no longer exists that outstanding difference between the competing yachts. The America when she visited Great Dritaln, to win and to give the name to the hlstoriect for a face between the cup chal- enger Sliamrock IV. and thp riprfimlpr Resolute in the America's cup race. Gentle Winds tonsilitl The baseball fans got the worth of tlieir money on Wednesday afternoon. The game with Cowley was one of the snappiest and fastest and keenest.thai has been staged this season. La Cos'te, thp Coleman pitcher was In great form and certainly pitched a star game. Cowley had tv.'o pitchers on the mound. It was anybody's game up to the ninth and "Pete" wnlloped the ball for a home-run, lyliig the score. The tenth was full ot pep and when Cowley failed (o connect with the ball, the chance looked good for Coleman to get the lead. "Froggy" was the first to bat and a timely hit put him safe o'li.first, "Shorty" was apent lhe., In Lethbrldge with their families. BRITAIN TO EXTEND, TELEPHONE SYSTEM The deaths are reported" of I-ord Polwarth, an elder in the Ctiurcb of Scotland, an evangelical preacher and a successful stockbreeder; Col: Hnsh- brppke Iloyal Artillery; "Par- Parkes, a clergyman, .who be- trainer; Sir James Dick, inspector'of hospitals and -fleets; Dennis former So- ciallst later principal of Huskin College, Oxford. ---I Finding that James A. Calder, of LONDON, July As-] Simcoe, Jiad made false rcpre- sociated house of com- mons has authorized lhe expenditure of for the development ot the telephone system. sentations before he sold a farm in Clark township to Francis Kennedy, a recent arrival.'from England, for J14.500, Justice Lennox rescinded the Records AUMachinei No matter what you have, so long as you'ris'e a Wecl or fibrH needle, the Victor -Records will play perfectly. V YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG- CATALOGUE FREE If.you haven't a machine, bay a Mason "Risen from us.: Hiasy. .paymentB if "The Balmoral'Block of the Victrola" NEW YORK. July the hope of the excited ng special weather forecast for the nteniational yacht .races was an- nounced today: Gentle variable winds louay Sandy Hook. Partly cloudy weather. Liplon Congratulated ABOARD STEAM YACHT VIC- strike then hilf.Vcnt lhe sphere and 'Froggy" reached 'the the game was over. Score, 14; Coft-ley 13. The most eiciUng incident in the pilling which the boys of.the San had last AVednejday. was when Miss Led- dingham nearly slipped into the cold waters of fetfir Creek. Dr. Baker made a timely rescue. ,_ _ Air. and 51rs, [lugnej'ancl'tlaughter arrived- on Monday Tilorning's .train from powdenheath. Scotland. The football club is-sure having season. tied with Coleman a lastjSatur da r the DIairmore pp cnt you heartiest couKratuiatous on played the postponed'garae. U was Shamrock's victory. Nothing suc-lf-" game from thejtick-ofl to the ceeds like success "and British tenac- end! Each team waS out tp-win ity at last comes in for its reward." '.Rlalrmore was slrebjetneuul with Despite a calm sea and lighl winds, TO1UA. the Associated vic- tory yesterday brought' Sir Thomas Liplon today more Itian a hundred congratulatory messages by i cable, wireless and telegraph, from all parts of the world. Onc_. from crguson JT premier of New Zealand, reads: "On behalf of New Zealand, I send 1 Sir Thomas today was optimistic al- though admitting-that ho would 'like lo see more "Vind." Interest YOHK, July in the imurriaiional yacht races appear-r ed to be on the wane here today, there being hut a small crowd on the ex- cursion fleet which steemed' out to the Sasuly Hook course. More 'than a score of small craft yachts that have been carrying yachting dnthus- iasts to the races lying motion It will be so much the belter for sport loss' in the. Kast river, their masters as .removed from mere slaughter. An .American girl saya is jtlKt crazy lo go over Niagara Falls hi ti barrel. She Is -certainly Just crazy and nothing else. With all that Iree-plnntlng mcr.ns to Ihe prairies, farmers ot this district should welcome the visit of the tree- planting car and make- the most of it j for their benefit. Pyjamas as out of door wear should become popular with the hot weather. They will have the benefit of fulfilling whal the overall craze sought to do in the way ot meeting tho. high price of clolhlng. One of tho delightful things about the single transferable vole, observes the Ottawa citizen, Is that Iho defeat- ed candidates arc nut defeated In a They can hope-on for a few days, and Hie blow Is softened when it really falls. Triers la like breaking bad news gently, .as did the Irishman, who, on liia Iumi3 Irom a blast in a quarry which had just killer! his companion, met lhe lat- ter's wife and made her A courtly how, "Let mo.'' said hu, "be the firsl to call yo KIR Widow lliley." annc-uticing that they would not at- tend today's contest. British Press1 Hsjlpy. 1.0NDONY July Shamrock's success in .obtaining two legs on the America's cup cornea as a cheering surprise to most people here, Sir Thomas Linton's past failnres having inclined the public to believe there four new players fronY'Coal 'Creek Coleman lost the toss. From ttje firs Coieman was in the ehe.my'8 territory They pressed and pre'ssed hut In back division anil the goalkeeper Blairmore w'cre working well. Nea Ihu end the first half Coleman go a free kick but JIuir shot high. Jus n few minules alter-this Fuller sho a heanty from away out and it sco ed. During the second-half the pla iriore evenly distributed and one or'twice opportunities were given t score hut they were not .taken. Th referceing of Mr. Win.lFraser was o the best and kepi thb. game clea The score ended Coleraa11 1, Dial in ore 0. The Women's Institute has secure the services ot Mr.! -Chambers a physical Instructor. The classes ar to be held outdoors for a few week and begin on Monday ,in the park 7 p.m. was little or-no chance .for Iho cup All. boys and giri.s: ;6 years, ove If tho Calgary Atbertan Is so aux- ions to Rfie thn cnrresponrlent-e that look place between lhe Ilcunlnlon runl i the Province the Province ;ir-1 ijlliescfMi in the: Unminion r I that the latlor's 'responsibility j Many have been the attempts to irrigation cndrd witli wrest the America but with fail-; surveys !il! it has lu do Is to look lire on tho part of tlie challengers, i the files at Kduioritmi. surely it -in The present race, srj far, Is tho iiwir-j 014.1111 access Iti Ilifun. If II (tuf-T ii ost approach to success. After ISSljuplI Kiiil IIIP niuniiini nf mittiral ic-! an BlUinpl :was made by Mr. .lames Ashbury, of Drighton, ling., In 1870 with the Cantna, anil in 1871 with the LiTOnln. In tViC first race the dial- longer had tu compete agaiitst It smirch (mil It will sib-o bf: made iibuntiiifitly C'K'ur llial JiccrtjiliiiiCf! given to tht; Doiiiiriinn Unit, I thft Fftdci'al on reaiioiHiMc (OT sin-vcvs. Look At These Prices Theat shoes should be cleared out in a hurry at these values. When have you been able to buy Canvas Footwear or Leather Oxfords and Pumps at such figures. They are -all sound bargains and the goods will give satisfaction, Women's Kid and Patent Leather Pumps up to now priced Women's Kid, Patent or Brown Calf Oxfords, up to now priced Women's Brown Kid Luis Pumps, now priced ,at Women's White Canvas McKay Bals., now priced Women's White Canvas Welt Bals. up to now priced Women's White Canvas Welt Oxfords, up to now priced Women's While Canvas Turns and McKay's Oxfords up to now priced Children's Sandals, Brown Canvas Top priced Men's Oxfords, all lines up lo priced at NO APPROVALS. ASK TO BE V FITTED NO EXCHANGES. TERMS CASH. J. Nelson Co, SHOES FOR ALL AGES SHERLOCK BUILDING -m The flavor _ .Lasts S are WRIGLEYS flavors like the pyramids of Egypt? Because they are long-lasting. And WRlGlEYS is a beneficial as well as a long-lasting treat. (t helps appetite and digestion, keeps teeth clean and breath sweet, allays thirst. CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL! Sealed Tight Kept Right t A4 ;