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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xiit SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBWDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES .NUMBER Lloyd George Will Announce Policy For Ireland Soon High Prices Paid For Short horn and H. Richardson of Bowden, Alberta, Contributes Record Price of Sale, r splendid rainstorm -which did so much good to the crop? yesterday in'Manitoba co t tbe provincial exhibition in gate- receipts according to Manager j Smale s estimate, for it made tlie I roads, Impasliible and kept .thousands away At the Aberdeen Angus, sale Black- I bird Glencnirn, champion cow at the fair was bid in C K Richardson of Bownen, Alia for tho sale record price of j. On Stiarlelahd Bricka. another of the McGregor herd, and a big prlro winner at the fair, bidding started at to lag. After an announcement-by .1. that j he would -brecdi'tbe cow to Blackcap the bidding jumped and'the! animal was knockeil down to n. McArlell.'nusscll, Man., for At (his sale of 50 animals wero disposed' of' [or an average price of The-. Shorthorns At the shorthorn sale which follow- i'ted seventy-three shorthorn cows waro -I disposed'ot'for the sum of an r average of }353 a heart and 11 bulls for an-averagc ot J4S5 a head. Tho highest., priced bull was -Jill's i Count, a old biilj owned by McMillan Brothers.vXcwlon, Man., mill sold to Dave Msnzios of Shoal Lake. A feature of this sale was the fact that American buyers paid for the animals Ihby will .takb home .with thorn. Tho largest buyer was J. W, Knlttell of who look an'ay over worth of fine nniin- ,als. Tbo liiii'n who disposed, of tho most animals was Charles Yule, Car- Ifo sold'13 halters .and cow's bulls., -Mr. Hubert- 1 son acting for the Saskatchewan gov- i i-rnrrienl purchased four bulls ot good size inU'ahnne but not all prize win- The "Horse Awards Among the horse awards yesterday, _-waa that of the.champion Clydesdale bredy Donna tiodge i Conquest', entered by Mrs. Byce. Ar- cola, was tho.; The -grand champion 'Clyde proved to tier Gran- brnok .Steel, reserve cnamplon-.bc'lng' JihvHrded t> Tcrlril. KiilgM. J. I. Me- licslon, was Ihft owner.' Mrs. llyco 'won the Clydosclalo marc cham- pionship aniV grand, championship on IJoune liOdgc Whlto Heather, the re- serve championship bolng awarded i Colony Peggy, Brandon" experimental farm. -The grand champlnn Pcrcheron slni lion proved lo be Monarch, owiicd by British Cabinet Having .Own Differences in Reaching a Decision Premiar Said To Be Ready To Grant Almost Anything But a Republic LONDON, Julv ID the government- policy toward Ire- land Is expected to be announced within a'few days But the cabinet ban not yet been able to determine (allv what it will be Tha which .wrestled: with the problem again'-ycsterday is hav ing .difficulties within itself.. Some ot Lloyd George's that he is willlag to "give-.Ireland. almost any- thing Tory Yacht Race Postponed Final Event of Series .Will Not Be Run Owing To Storms RACE AGAIN: MONDAY has yacht race been postponed, for the 'day. SANDY .HOOK, .July fifth' International cup race upon which harigs the fate of the Amer- ica's cup. today off by the The reason given was the' heavy wea- ther x As the yachts started back to the shelter, of" .the hook, the, re- gatta committee signalled that the next race would be held Monday. Prepare'for Battle Resolute was tbe first to make sail. Ileadsails were sent up in etopa and Ler .mainsail was 'snapping in' 'the strong breeze some time before tie elements in tne cabinet are reported of tbe Shamrock began tailing to be in favor of-.strengthening-the on her mainsail, military and, if Tne'ceswry, declaring martial law In The proposition to attempt nejolia lions direcfly'wlth .the. Sinn Felners is 16- rewlved much less.'attention at r-yesterday's. meeting tbau was the case three or four days ago. Notwithstanding'the fact-that, some members, of the government profess a desire to end the strife through open discussion, the opinion of the cabinet as a whole is said to "be that the Sinn I em vould ignore'an Imitation lo a conference 11 is declared tbat the Sinn Ketners hold9hat their mem Is tue'ir courts are working and tbe conn frj, is policed hi Irish volunteers, in( therefore thev no'hing to i egoll ate for. In Mew of this situation it is ex peeled that whptever' changes th The challenger prepared, for- with) a'brand now Her snapped it uo in true eea manlike fashion r Spectator 'craft began -gathering early today for the yachting classic, but first to glimpse the-racing sloops was a giant liner inward bound. She .was. the Aqultanla, and her 'passen- gers llued tbe rails their, great mov- ing grandstand to watch tbe famous sloops make 'ready for; their" marine battle i The first thing the" ocean travellers' observed was.Captain Win. P.-Burtoh iliree. lua cren to take a reef In tbe challengers inainsai! lie evidently oiuecled wind aplenty, however carried her big spread of canvas without a'reef.'Sham- rock broke out lier jib at 10 10 and dropping her moorings, stood away to' sea Ths caught her as she government decides upon will be an ship and sbe heeled over so tbat nouuced m a to the press, her lee rail was awash With only by Llojd George in tne house of com jnains.-ul and jib Shamrock scooted mons Ihus, it is expected, Irishmen! av.a> for Sand> Hook like a gbost In jjill be apprised what the govern Tnemris willing to do, and the c.ihinei. will then iwait the next move from the Orangemen and Sinn Joiners More Trouble" in Belfast hONrJOtf, Jul> A dispatch to tlie Central "News from Belfast says that in the rioting' on the Newtonards road lasfnight-the'potice clubbed the crond_and the soldiers fired four vol ic duds tujt numbed of per sons -were" injured The attempt by a mob. Co set fire tb' Inter- mittent firing contmued'in the neigh- borhood when the despatch, was filed. Carson Fiohtsipomlnlon Plan LONDON July 24 S'r Ednird. Car son, Unionist leader the bouse of commons, is credited with an'intentlon of uttacking-the. government with the idea of turning'. it out- of office 1C a b> James Henrj Thomas, leader, adopted for the establishment of provlij'ng rtominion In a con- ference hetweeu the premier and Sinn Pelners, according Daily Mail. Sir Edward had an important "con- sultation at West- minster Friday' and it was believed he .would bo able lo. eltecl a threat with the support of the English and Irish Unionists. .Important.developments' may, there- occur next week.." Kllmalloch Wrecked LO.VDOX, July 19 the piping breeze The first hint'that the race bad been; Postponed came when the sloops ivere three miles northwest of cnannel lightship and wre heading in the direction of Sindj Hook With a la to IS knot breejte blow Ing, s "As tbe'danger of new Euro- pean more imminent It interesting to note that in the second vear of tho Versailles 'peace, not less .than raging In.var- ious parti p) Ruropc and tha S'ca'- 'Altogether 4 soldiers arc engaged in these wars This is as at one lime engaged in-the great European conflict; f IHere IsTa summary of the. sit- uation fitands nearly two years signing of the- ar miEtlce "Jujo SlaTia-IUllins and Jugo- 61 STB are locked In intermitlcd lioatilitles '.'Albania: Italian invad- ers are meeting armed resistance from Albanian "citizens' army "Poland: Poleikare at death Buwlan Bolshevik III a war which may Involve tha whole ot'Eur ope CaEcant Greeks, SO.OOO .BritUh and French troops are..fighting in yarious parts of that far-flung area. 45.60C French, are bat- tling with; Syrians The country ie torn by .rebellion; marked by heavy fight- Farmers Decide Against Pool For Handling Crop CALGARY. JuK co-op eratlye will :be es tab'ished In Alberta this year should the'Dominion gove'rhnient not see cojiiinue tbe Canad- ian "Whjsat' Board Jor the 1920 ciop tbe statement of JI W Wqpd. president of the U V A Saturda) morning upon his return to cil" after addressing a -.nmber'of locals of bis organ Izatio'n in :the .Edmonton district. have er asked for a pool year's ho said 'TJiey want the wheat board to be continued, if tbe ment will nol do this then the> de sire to begin fo efforts thought (6 be a confession of his When the up .Intov manhood he became a prosperous the tragedy of his young life was apparently burled In the oblivion, of the past. Confessed at Revival Meeting During ihe present .week, .how-J there, were evangelistic services In the neighborhood and on Monday night Arnell llove went forward to gelist, Rev. G. N. Sharpe, thai he murdersd his mother seven years ago, ,becaus: ihe -had reprimand- him for company. His.anger, he said, got the better of, :hjni and he clubbed her to death'with a stick, of wood and hid the body in the cellar where it was found later. On the advice of the evangelist, the young man gave himself up to the police, who are' Investigat- ing the .story. It Is said In some quarters that Love Is of1 unsound Evangelist Tells Story TORONTO, .'July 0. N. tho .evangelist to wrtonn Ar- noil -Lovo..-first inado tho standing statement-'that ho was the murderer of his mother, for which crime his father was hanged seven years ago, Is In this city today. Mr. Sliarpo fiays that .the lad said (o him: "Her blood is on my head." Continued on Pago Steamers Will Carry U. S. Mail to Orient .VANCOUVfcrt, B.C., July ed Slates, mail for tho Orient is to be-carried by the Empress steamers under direct contract Ivith thn United Stales government concluded be- Iweeu the I'aelnc Ocean Ser. vices and American postal authorities, provider! the JJomlnlon -government approves the arrangemonl, It was an- nbuncea today. A probable featuro ot Iho rangemenl Sylll be the trausporlallon of American niail from Seattle to. Vic- toria by. airplane, thus cutting oS many a whole day from the time'- between Seattle and the Far.Bast." Moscow Soviets Make Armistice Offer to Poland Heport is Not Official But is Be- Believed lo Have Strong Basis In Answer to Poland's Direct Offer Made Friday to Make Peace PARIS, July nussage fioiu Moscow lod.iy, sajs the announ- (he RussiuirsrJvicl army is falling backlon (he otder of Ihc soviet commander. LONDON, July Pmjte cables from Warsaw this morn- ing say there is a stioug icport that Moscow has leplied to Poland's representations for jn armistice as follows "We have directed our field command to arrange an immed- iate armistice with Poland.10 REPORT NOW CONFIRMED LONDON, July follow Ing telegram was dispatched by Geroge Tchitcherln, Russian so- viet foreign minister, to Prince Sapieha, the Polish foreign rnin Istcr at Warsaw at 10 15 o'clock this morning- The Russian soviet govern ment has fltven orders to su- preme command ofjthe red army to commerree immediately with the Polish military command ne gotTations for ihc purpose of con eluding an armistice and prepar- ing for future peace between the two countries The Russian coni mand will advice mand as to the pjacVantj date for commencing negotiations between the military commands of the two Bides J Ambassador Leaves Julv Vltt 1 j RECORD SLAB OF SILVER COBALT, OnL, July A slab of silver from Ihe, Miller Lake O'Brien that filledl a wagon and is 42 inches, wide and is said to- run seven thous- and ounces to the ton Iri'sIlTer, was unloaded Elk.Lak'e scation-Friday morning a'nd'-is 'destined for the' Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. May a Man Drink His Liquor in The Bathroom If Sick Drawing the tine Mighty .Fine in Old Gives; Ruling TORONTO, July a man has. obtained .by: means ot a. pre- scription, it is" presumed that' it' is for medical purposes, said Chairman J D Fiavella of the Ontario license commissioners here That [being the case, Chairman continued, In a hotel or large boarding house he would be expected to keep It, in Ills.. own ..bedroom. ;Ot- course. In .a man's own private drink liriaor In anj room Ghairni.ui Flavello added "All that the'board "can do is-to express an opinion U is for the co-ir's to make a ruling This opinion 'has a on a rlln or Konp, Husblaa soviet ripent in left for Moscow todav fo dis- cuss with his government aeceiera' tion of the return of German 'prison ers from Siberia with the approach ot winter. It is belleied here that this mis sion .bears direclly on'the'Russo-, Polish, situation. Winnipeg Grand Army Adopts Political Platform WINNIPEG, -Tlio locil siouers as to man who oh tnined a pre-criptioV from a' doctor for drink the liquor in own nome In" any apartraent-olherr than the sickroom It- In. the case In qjestloq the' man dra'ik a portion of the'liquor ift'lho bathroom .Grand Army of. 'Veterans last night adopted a .political platform which approves ot "the re-establish- ment of returned' men- bv the pay- ment of or" ac- cording to The platform ad- vocates, among oiher things, propor- tional -representation voting with grouped constituencies, rigid exclu- sion. of Asiatics and enemy aliens; the setting apart-Tor. the benefit of Canadian- soldiers- arid their all money received by W crop growth ada from Germany as an.indemnity; was .OTOr thg district of thundor.and But Big'fcain Did More Good- Thiin the Hail Did Harm (From Our Own MACLEOD, July showers of Monday .and :the showers ot rain Tuesday :witli the electric storm (lid much good, but the big rain of Wednesday nlgbt did more earning power, and higher income (ax. MORE 'QUAKES IN CALIFORNIA R BODING'.' Calif., Jujy., sharp earthquake sliocka -yesterday shook Itcddtng and the nearby towns of eastern Shasta county, slight property damage.. LIFT THE ONTARIO MORATORIUM OCT. 1. TOKONTO, July Ontario Moratorium Act will en Oc- tober 1, but in the'case: of any mort- gage that falls in between tbo date and January 1; the'moratorium wll! apply, but not later: SUSPEND SPECIAL RATES will bo suspended until Jnnuary 1021, it was announced today at t WASHINGTON, July Operation of tlie section ot th6 Merchant Marine .Act providing preferential rates on exports sent to seaboard for movement ;in States bottoms 1, tho shipping board. Chairman Benson explained that this time would-be ne- cessary (or an investigation- of facts and intelligent application ot Inn pro- visions of ihc act. The section is one of those 16 which foreign companies have objected and nlfl- .malely II Is expected to be m'adfi.the basis Tor diploniEitit; be- tween tho Onited Stales and foreign governments, rt r, I, NEW LUMBER .COMPANY. FORMED AT; BLACKIE 1 the water routo would cement .more firmly the friendship, between Canada all ihe evening before.Ihe-rain began. Southwest the district, quite a lot of: damage 'was done to the crops hy the hallstorn; the same evening; Murphy BrosV-Mr.' Nalhe, report- ed from thirty .to eighty per cent, dam- age. The adjusters are expected soon to .look'over these their awards. Tho home ot Paul Clarke, north -of Maclcod, and near Granum, was the scene, of a very .pretty wedding Fri- day.morning, when N'etta eldest daughter, was married at 6.a.m. arid loft on the early train for tbo mountains, thence to their ;honfc In Coronation, Alia. Mrs. Clarke was .one 61" tha teachers In" the Maclcod- public school, and a great Several carloads, of and other supplies for'tlie "McLaren Lumber Co. arrived this week'arid are bolng transferred to the .works. ,Tho .council sat Friday as an" ap- peal court from the asaossment. -Very few cases were heard, anil tho niajor. Hy ot these- were confirmed. V Canadians Pledge Their Help to Get Deep Water Route, Lakes to Atlantic DKTH01T. July visit- ors to tho tidewater congress In ses- sion bore yesterday passed a resolu- tion pledging -Ihclr efforts lo obtain siipiiurL lit the Canadian in tho project for a deep water sSlp canal from lha lakes to 0. 'E. Morning, -Windsor, Ontario, p'rcsldent of the Canudisn.lleep Water- ways .Mayor -Thomaa Church, Toronto, .and others declarer! OTTAWA, July 24.--lncorp- oration lias boon granted to the Chase Creek Lilmher Coni- pany, Village of.Blackle, Alfa.. 's The company Is capitalized at jioo.ooo. and ihn United Slates. C, P. R. EARNINGS 1 July Pat-ific railway earnings "for the week ending July 21, 1520. croaso, j; ;