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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta {VOLUME XIIL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FK1DAT, JULY 23..1920 IMANY I COME TOCAN. tmpcrul Soldiers Will Take Ad- vantage of Soldier Settle- ment Here NUMBER W OTTAWA, 688 Julv Canadian 'B.'.Scott and Russell Wil- ton, who haVe been in the British flites, acting'as a islect'committee o! Hie Soldier Settlement Board. Can. Wa, Live'returned- to Ottawa. They: held -83 BeSBlbnB1 In many... parts of .Great urllain and Ireland and-.a.large 'number of men who Sviah to settle on tanria In appeared before thorn, The nunber ot that Canada will get as immigrants through their efforts, IE 029, and u an> of them are already in prollnmnry training on ferms in Canada Th1 Urork has been suspended for >lili> Tear, Half ot those selected bate ia farming and ill he Inquired to the prescribed .line on Canadian farms before, hem? set tied on thelr'pwn account The ag cregafe capital represented this iparty is .approximately a million iiol lar; U.RO. and Labor Reach Political Agreement TORONTO, July understanding between the United Farmers "of Ontario and the Independent Labor Party on the question of putting candidates in the field wag aYrived at in this city on Monday at a joint conference, according to an official statement issued last night by'j. J. Morrison, secretary' of the United Farm- ers of Ontario. RE3PLUTE EVENS UP CUP SlRIESBYTAKINGFOURTH RACEBYNARROWMARGIN Bitter Fight Will Be Fought Against the Irish Republic Sir Hamar Greenwood Prepares Public For Carson Says Government Beaten in Three-fouths of George Suggests Labor Might Mediate (Lightning and Kail Do Damage To Buildings, Crop ITarm House'at Grassy Lake Hit i) Burned at Lucky Striker-Hail at Marty- berries i (Frflja Our Oifn Corresponflent) July was visited by a 1 yioleot on the evening of The ram was welcomed jrnostjheaitilr after'the let, i j-lble To the south of the village the rain was heavy Three east and south, on the fann ol Mr Laage, sonio damage is reportee bo'th by wind and hail, but over most I ot (be district L6nly rain seems to fallon tlie housff o Mr Bsn yattum, a mile due south j -was struck by lightning and vset 01 fire It was a two'storey frame build ing, and the flames loon had it bum to th6 ground Tho Ladies' -Aid of Wlnnifred an paying UB a visit on Saturday flrat I when vth'ey .will' give n perfonnauca play, "Aunt Susan BARN HIT 1 (From Our Own Corrpvnnn'Jdntl LUCKY' STRIKE, Julj 1 district was filled th I greatest electrical slorms last nigh I ever'seen Flash (ollowed flash, an tho yholo country Then came a, cloutiburat that a x LONDON, July "1 regret to have that parliament .and the kingdphi rnust Itself to face a biter period In Irish history as there will be a determined. organized attempt to establish an Irish republic by 'means of. 'murder, and .-Intimida- Sir Hamar Green- wood, chief secretary for Ireland, in the course of a Irtsh affairs in "the house- of. commons yesterday He appealed to all par ties and creeds to support the government, predicting the sltua would- become- -still worse than at present, "The attempt to form a repub- Mil not be aban dened without z" the secretary sald; It can tbejdefeatQd by united determma- of and all creeds resolutely- to opoose savage meth and reserve their natural right to decide as' to tho ultimate and best goverrmient Ireland. "The he executive, Today's Race Told n Reolute wins. SAN HOOK; July leatHns Official erjsslnj line: Res- olute crtMei it- 1.01 33, Sham-1 rock At pih.'the Resolute wta 200i yards to windward with Shim rock almo fall hour and the suffering r crops' the greatest drink thev havo had in weeksli'It rained oB and on all night H wet down sit Inches and mil iielp to mi I J P Carrington'n barn was strucX by totally destroyed The survey crow are camped at I Hivwkeye rancn and we will soon 1 know how much land can bs imgat ed on each quarter section HAIL AT MANYBERRIE8 (From Our Own Correspondent) MANrBEKRlBS, July wide- spread hailstorm passed over here last night The'greatest intensity north 'of. here where :the destruc- tion np to totnl loss This was territory 'usually reported to t the heat crop In Alberta HEAVY BOW ISLAND (From our 6w% mmtvtatnu iJOW" ISLAND, Job 22 Island was visited by 'a heavy electrical storm acconipAiiloil with lilgli winds und a large supply of rainfall Sev- eral windows ware blown In and out- liultdlngs blown down, but no damage ol a, scrioua nature No hall, but rain did lots of good. Acres Hailed Jnly. thousand Krcs n6vfbweit of ftrlon and north east 6t Mahyberrles badly dam aged by lukll Id Wednesday night's Heavy rata's1 accompanied lha storm aad a fair crop will yet he cut >n tkew tvo districts. aefrer the house were more desirous aie-long Irl.h we are ready to wel- come representation from every quarter as to the best method of solution.1' Sir Edward Carson, .after declar Ing that "In of Ire land the British 'government has been eotlrely aducd ".There are.ohljrtwo courses open for solution e'ither. 'surrender to the Irish'1 republic or. organization of -forces to -Insure 'the govern- ment Is not beaten again" Labor as Mediator LONDON, Julv Premier Lloyd George told a deputation of the parlia- mentary committee of the Trades Union '.CongreBa'y'eBterday; that ho was as anxious as-. any man -to sea the Irish question settled basis ac- ceptable to the Irish people Mr, Uoyd George declared the gov- ernment was not afraid to accept n truce, but that It could not permti overt .outrages and murders. It was go'.a wa to letting Ireland her 'own ho said. The premier suggested that labo could-use its influence to secnre a settlement. Shooting Renewed BELFAST, Jul) wi renewed this morning In the .Kash mirislreet bitter fightin occurred last niqht in clashes be- tween the Unionists: end -SlnuVFeln military Intervention. Early in the renewal of the Jiostil ties in this district vjas: ported wounded bj a shot that passed through the window, of his was definitely, slated this- morning1 that 10 persons were in last night's hoHtiliUGS. v Sinn Fein Hall Burned July o'clock this morning, Caltra, near Balllngale. Ireland, was police and who wrecked ciattp houses in the town, including tne-Siun Fein, hall, was burned to cries according to a message from' :the. Press'.Association's corres- pondent from Bailingsloe today. There much shooting but nn loss o! life is reported _ The slogan '.evidently refers to Sunday night's incidentwhen Tiiam.was.-sacked, the sacking .being charged against, the police as reprisal iorjtiic attack mob. At 1 11, the American boat was easily a quarter of a mile ahead f 1 _ At cut oovm the lead to little more than I'qusrter of mile. At 2 07 Remise was 700 yards ahead. Resolute 'turned first mark at un- 'officlal iff" Resotute'c lead, at first mark 1 minute and 48: official .At yachts had tailed three of the second lefl, and Resolute was leading by half a "mite. Wind Increased to 12 knots At 3-10 had niled aJJtbe uconiliteg. Reso- lute was still Jjaiilng. tul 8ttf 3.27 16' i second mark at turned at S'30 the Shamrock would have toiaall nine most a third fatter than win leading., byia of a mile. miles f-om lloht ship and have'run llTto'e squall. At 4 p m both were prac- tically becalmed four miles from thb-flnlsh with the Resolute quar- ahead. POLITICAL CONTEST IN U. S. WARMS UP IULIFAX, July political content !n'Nova Scotia Is' warming up'. At a hlg mass meeting of tho Liberals last night, Hon. W. F. Ketd; Ing was the: chief speaker. lie re- viewed the record of the Liberals anil on tuat ho said Hon.' G. H. ..Murray. should be returned to flower. V Tho lahor parly also held a big rally. Shamrock passed with "in three miles or fTnlfitft1 the were within a mile of the finish Both sloops were .holding for the finish at a fair speed, with Shamrock to weather of the Reio- lute and slightly ahead. Where Canada's New Premier Spent His Boyhood WILL ;OPEK PUBLICITY OFFICE VANCOUVER, July- the entab Ketirnent >t publicity- bureau at the bead offlee ot tke llotaii Morch-.iU' at Ottawa was decided on at l convention This oflce wlfl bo for the purpose of smvHng notices lo the. trade press and to the dally and weekly of auoolatlon'i actlrl them articles. COWE AT CHURCH PICNIC HAM14.TOH, Ont-, July a Mothodftt church .picnic from Toronto, In WatuMo Park here yerterrWy, 11 yotrthi were ar- retted otx.ctiarjti of enfaglng In Led PracticaMy AH Way by SJum- rack Three Mies Fran Fnmfe, fct Lead Again in tine to Pass OuBenger Near the Fifth awl Deciding Race Srtvday Shamrock passed, the Resolute within 3 mllec of the. -finish but at had hot enough lead to'win' If present conditions held.. mile from finish, Resolute takes lead. farm honso right Is Melghon farm at St. Mary's, where tha fntnro Premier llvefl wiille attending High school. The churcb, St. Mary's, atteitdM by tha iiefghen fairtfly forrovcf thirty yenra, Is on the left mtddlo rdw, with St, Mary's ColloglalO; Institute, utt'erddd by Ardvur Melghcn, on (lie rlghL Tho j bottom picture IB of lha adioolhouso nt Anderson, Oiit., where Hon. Arthur Jtfolflten rocMsd July KMolute wten iowy's Intsrnat- tenal cup' another spec- tacular finish and tied two to two with.Shamrock IV In their tight fw the America's cup. The Resol- utf won by even more than a min- ute, ah'd half, according to unof- ficial flniahlnj times fjathsd ashore by the press boat The official elapsed, time for the race was Retol ute 3 Shamrock, By this figuring, the Resolute won by three minutes, eighteen seconds elapsed tine, ,plus her time altowsncs of six minutes and forty seconds, making a corrected time, of nine: minutes and fifty- eight'seconds. SANDY HOOK, July Res- olute, defending the America's cap, dashed first across the Hue todaT at reach ttie "start of :the fourths yacht race which she must win; to prevent the Shamrock IV from capturing the price less pewter trophy The Shamrock crossed minute behint defender, according to unofficia 'ime v One Victory Needed SANDY HOOK, July tally o: '.wo io one in favor of ;the Shamrock needs but one more victory to lit tho America's cup faced the ere' jl the defender Resolute when they repared early today for the fourth IT io towyfmn.a lahBt sblp- yard to her at Sandy, Rook, qntght, resctied a StoliiK jarty'of 10 lea, womea and children, boat down Id a heavy thonderstorm hlch swept New'-Totk.harbor. Start Delayed' BANDY HOOK, Jily elayed the start of tie'fourth Inter atlonal race: the two cup loops were" loiterrnn, around the Am rose channel at, In four-knot'breeie, bank'ol apor .closed the re gatta committee at to order 15 ilniite poctponemeatB. .Wind Increases SANDT.HHOOK, Jnly. re- at 12 3D set signals or the fallowing Stonlle triangular a to'windward the Ambrose :..chanuel lightship south southwest: Bow n.r the Jersey' EDO re, a lory oJ Canada'i new Premier, lion POLES' SEEK PEACE. rmistiee Propoeals Seat Dfreet From Warsaw to Soviets ct Mweow WARSAW, July las sent armistice proposals re-meatnrement c! th reen the rice would ouav with a hiTidlcaptof six minute nd 40 second's tin favor ot the Re thek 7e-ttea4oremen robably after tbB race, should alle hess flgnresr Eight Krot Breeze SANDY HO OK July knot.'southwesterly; breeze was blow and with'the passlh o' sea of an all-night ralnBtorm, pros ects for a race were good. Shortly nitte o'clock th acbts.began hoisting sail.1' The wind lowing up'the. Jersey shore from th outh-soiithwest, was- rapidly drlvln sea toe" fog. left by last night t'orai. At Ihe Shamrock slipped her moorings a tow, starting for he starting line an hour earlier than isual. The sea was very smooth at under an even breeze from the outhward. With clearing weather, marine ob- servers expressed the opinion that a Ively blow.mlBfcl be expected, guar- anteeing the yachts a-good test In a smart breeze Sir. Thomas Ltpton.nnd hla friends 'eel that the Shamrock's chances 'of capturing the cup, lie In today's con- .est in which the Irish sloop will have 20 miles of point-of sail- ing-in which she has shown superior- ly over the Heaolnle. Should Ihs TJniled Slates craft win today the cup'.boats.wllt meet tomor- row'.over'a 30-mile'wind ward and lee ward course. The: preparatory signal was given at 12 4f> foi a start at 1 o'clock The at'fire knots. o( prepare torr signal the two sloops'elood awa> to southward In the light breeze and when the warning slgnaiVas sounded at 12.65 they were 306 wiijd ward lightship Then Ibey camo stout and'reached for Una with boom-to but not sufficient air tos permit any smart Jockeying- for the The vachts reached fast ward ort-the committee boat then along the line They had to kill oSham: rock's weather miartcr. H was Ijie- Shamrock today tint hung back and looked toithe -Resolute to set.tho pace. Captain-Burton ot the challenger, was very nearly han dicipped, having fonrjiprondi to get over the Hne the two mln ntes allowed alter the starting sig nal Hoth on star and-the began to gain L Ten minutes after the starLboth.tacked to port, with Iho Resolute SOO.yards to windward. i Rescues Fishing Party NEW- July Brylm Refuses to Accept Dry Nomination and Aaron Watkins Is Chosen LINCOLN, got id third prealdentlal date for the 1920 campaign whin the prohibition national tlon tonight nominated'' Aaron Watklne, of Ohio, after learning that he would -not- accept nomination voted'him [yesterday. Yesterday's dispatches carried' Moscow wireless refusing the llied ultimatum to tbeiSorfet (o cesse war on Poland. Tbs Bot- beviki however, stated tbey were ready at any time to eon- Ider a direct peaceJpropoipl rom the Pcdia. .Fear Another War. LONDON, July BrBhfh pub- io 1a disturbed by the twjstbUlty con- fronting It that the may M eon- pelled to enter aootlur Bnropeaa war o lave Poland ThW position wan ade plain by Premier IJoytf George's peech In the honsa ot commons Wed an the are peculating noon It Heretofore tie kaa been that part, U Poland wen seed with Invasion, by the BoLihrft as It now appears to be faced, wcmld- >e limited to toroulxhic munitions Jr. Lloyd George's 'statement that Great Britain is botnhl to glre every assistance hi-her .power to aare Pol- and and that hs may be compeTled "to place tbs whole position before par however, U Interpreted to mean'much more than that General Exonerated By Hcmse of Lords Motion Deploring Government's Action Dismissing Him Car- ries, 129 to 86 J LONDON, July Can-' edian Associated The house of lords, of'123- to 86, carried Viscount Finlay's motion deploring the conduct of1 'he government in the case of General Dyer, dismissed from Ihe army for ordering tho shoot- ing down of natives during the Amriiznr riots. The Morning Post Fund for Alberta Auto Drivers Must Report, B.C. Line (Special to The 'Herald) CRKSTON, B C, Juii this week there have been three pros- ecutions In the local police court tyf Alberta auto drivers who have been cupvttted of breaches of the Motor Vehicles Act, The most common of- fence Is that owners neglect to report thefr arrival provincial police at or near iKo. B, C, hofindary, Autoists can save themselves trouhlo by complying with this car registration regulation -which are, strictly enforcing. There am at least a dozen, olf these police officers on th'e math .highway between hero and Crows Kestr arid j loiiriRts in shon.d BEIRUT, Syria, "july be apprehended thlvfar In tho Interior] troops in view of the failure of Kins without this .egulauoa been Felsal of Syria to begin cxecntion of Gomplfcd with indicate negH (the ultimatum terms, have begun a., General Dyer now reaches 000, including from Cnl- cutta. FRENCH TROOPS BEGIN DRIVE ON DAMASCUS Isls are in this'Tcry Important traffic regulation. inarch on They have en- countered-no opposition... and are pro- ceeding, toward Aleppo. CYCLONE KILLS SASKATCHEWAN No Why Britain Shottkl Interfere Between Japan, and linked States LONDON, July Mr. Lloyd Oeorge In the house of commons yesttrdly that he was not sware of any differences be-' United Statei and Ja esn of at to justify of Great Britain {6 the mutter to the Lesgue if RKG1NA, Jtilj'23 ple ar? dead anti a brtby titui 1C j n j u red as the resnii of (vcyclone wliich.stnick Frobisli- cr in llie squthcni part 6f flic nrwincfi yesterday, The storni lasted 20 minutes, during which (inie a heavy destruction of hams antl homes are reported. There are also of heavy damage in the vicinity of Ben- son and Lampman. FOUR AND ONE-HALF INCH i RAIN AT. JAW MOOSOM1N, July tbaviret rainfall In sovofal years-was recorded here yesterday, when four and a half Inches fell, coming jual In time to save tho crops in this district, which needed moisture badly; ,l''arnv era stated H will mean a difference of from five Io ten bushels au acrd for the district. I -Two pco- Conaldorable hall accompanied ITic rnin, but It is bollereA tbat IHtle, if damage was N. Satk. '.Crops Saved PUINCK'ALUERT. Sasfc, July J3- Spectal dispatches to tho Prince bert Herald from Its correspondents throughout northern Saskatchewan this morning Indicate that the deluge of fain which soaked all parts ol the o'clock yeater- ftirinllghprf fhfl country since flboui miracle -which will produce- 'a great grain crop in this part of the country. At Tladale where grave fears for tho crop had leenvexpressed, fain fell all night and the'prospe'cts there cellent. At Star City, Melfort, Klnls- tlno, Birch Uask, Parkslde. Marcellno.-Blane Lake. kawa Hoej, Cudworth and Rosthorfi all hate similar reports which Indl cnte at least per-cenl.. northern SasbatcheifRn From ah Inch to two inches of ntlo has lallen' It came Just In time as Jrosgbt _ Intensti heat had rendered, lia crop outlook precarious, ;