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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWULVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'SATURDAY. JULY ,24. 1920 History of America Cup The .Yacthing Classic race In I July first Mischief, one of tho finest, sloopi ot for the America's since tKil year, however, Thursday mp was held a week apo Hook, the (omening boats hei'n- She cup defender Resolute, and the challenger Sir Thomas S. UP ton's Shamrock IV. It may be inter-1 tn i l new defenders been built for every contest. There were two candidates for honor of defending the cup In 1SS5. wo in !S66 and tour in 1893. and in CANADIAN OLYMPIC TRACK TEAM SAILS MONTREAL. July Canadian Olympic track and field .team sailed this moriiing OH the I', f. O. S. liner _ Me- HtaVor Liverpool. CANADIAN OFFICER IS ACayiTTED ON CHARGE OF MU3DER OF WIFE Area Jlay Be Connected Alberts Field Experts Say. t tin-, hbcurir ym-htlns trophy, lo begin with the'Amerk-a'.s cup 6r l imens, former lieutenant in the built for (hat particular race. The Canadian Engineers, has been acquit fxceptlon was {n 1SP1 when led of the murder of his whom (Kelson News.) LO.N-DON-, Julv Canadian] Ooe of Vost interesting 'dated Press.) Charles; hibits at the mining convention Is come from his prop-! the lighter oil ot which a ertj1 the career of is found ou the, surface Rnttsh Colombia It Joint Al pi tfce well ftad can ha these 'olU, Mr. ftther In samplee o! oil shales, Sut the. high water at CauWrey creek froui tho beat thtlea The particular Interest ot the oil lies Itf the fact that south- west Alberta has long been looked to hy oil experts as a feasible e.rs and to this the' Flatheatl is possibly i geologically contiguous. It has beiin admitted as an (lijthe oil world that a gro-auii-. i cilne was the ideal soured fur search med ol( a Udle Mr trUlier believes On the dl reel track ct an luiprirlant diicoTrery The seepage, so a high authority is an'indication of import' auce; the. permutation through is proof of 611, ami the fan yet v _ Kjplorallon.togel_ below'the water locat.uB }H. thli, teo-ant.U.ne for mav eaflh an that brought in from the 'north by' James Fisher r-t the Hal- heail battle and JEtltuiion "built race of that he shot In kHaddiugton-hotel, seem- one of heavy, oil. The latter was jl 6r t nM an V" .vi rear was discarded favor cf Co-iinxly through jealousy. Medical evi-j fathered from a feepaee on the sur- trophi In tact -it naa no defended' denca indicated to.-u the prisoner was! face, and the light oil from a well other thin benis hTja on the'border of mental instability: al only 10S feet dbplh. Ihc Ito; il VailH Squadron for a rice >ll> ____ the around'trie VsS oi Wight, Eos., which was open-fo'all-nations.- In AiiBUEt ISjJ.-ihc'-'st'hooner- yacht America, ovincu Commodore John L. Stev- ens and 'our other members of tbe .iarht Club, KOII this rice and' the cup became their property, ba later, Commodore Stevens and conveyed the priza to the New Yacht Club in trust as a International trophy whitli hat, suite beeii known as the AtiKM-icl's cup. taliiiiB its name from the schooner vncht which vron it in British'waters The first for the America's cup, in international prize., was held on 1S70. over Ihe regular coirse nf the New York Yacht Club in Sew Yorks lower bay: The chal- lenging hon was Cumbria, owned by of the Royal Yacht Squadron and the cup was de- fended by whole fleet of (lie York yacht Club. -ThaL the only which the challenger irer Bad to.sail against a.fleet End Uie only ironttft In which the hsno by a single finished le'iith iii that event while the old Am finished fourth, the. race being won the yacht Idler finish- ing second lu all there have been .twelve con tests for the cup. in .the second of Tiuich the schoouer Livonia and the New York Yacht Club agreed to defend the tropliv with only one boat in the rare. The 1SU contest w.as the best four cult of seven'races. Livonia.wot is single race owing to the steering 4i'ar cf the defender Columbia break- ins down.' Only twice since that day October IS, 1S71, till this series, has a challenging yacht crossed the finish fine nhcail of the defending boat. On 10, 1SS5. Valkyrie III. after fWlowtng- the defender finished 1 mln lite -.ind 16 seconds ahead of the Am rrican boat and on October 1, 1901 Khanirock II. finished two seconds of Columbia hut lost to th( liercuiler hy virtue .of. conceding t tiiiie allowance. In the 187Gij.l8Si, 1S8 ISSS ;ind were 6f otlctl 01 the hasis-of .the. best tw io change.iu d placed j his plans and wpuld spend a litt'e I while In Ire'and then go to Roi'ie BRITISH NAVY MUST BE KEPT IN FORM LO.VDON'. July (By Canadian Healty. re- rcceivlng the ircedom :ot Sheffield, said that with, tho disappearance of the Gormari fleet they were released from the intolerable hur'don of com- petitive building, but they mmt bear. in mlilrl that the day would come when'veteran ships must be replaced mid, under the present financial con- ditions, .very little would cosl a great deal. Thfi navy, he said, was now rolriced-l.o the lowest limits' The Perfcjrmanee Figures of THE FRANKLIN SEDAN "Have Morfe Than a Face Value 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline miles to the set of tires -50% slower yearly 'depreciation figures speak for themselves. They ate 1 the dollars and cents side of Franklin owners' motoring satisfaction. But the outstanding merit of Franklin beyond the face value of jus.t as positive, but requires a ride in the will be given at any time, suiting convenience, to Comfort that coiigh going does not destroy Control that not require strength 1 Safety that is iiQt a matter of skill Reliability that is independent of season Ability to cover the longest distance in a day D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;