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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V .VOLUME xni .TEN PAGES LETHBRIDGE. SVFA, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1920. TEN PAGES 191 AMERICA DECLARED OFF; NO Audits %Attack Fanners and Barry Away Booze After 'Hot Fight W-hen Sir Thomas Smiled' 'WINDSOR PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES TO CAPLOAD WINDSOR. Onl., July kit efforts made to check riim running i the lawlessness prevailing on the! torder, a startling new form of viol- developed and for the second' tine in 24 hours armed made a raid early .Saturday ihorning'on Ihe home of a Sandwich townshipvfarmer and carried oS liquor after threaten ing.'death to-anyone .who Interfered. The first attack was made at dawn on Friday moramg when five bandits.iu a automobile attacked the liome'of A Mcloche, huear8, tdck with Inm to the fanhouse. of-the ioilne cloae b> where ho had left a perambu later.-with his :bahy.'arid ot his'sister-In-Jaw; He aBked "the other two kiddlea lo mind the pram while went into the fan- house to do some had Fernie and Michel Miners Of O.B.U. Persuasion Make Protest Against Checkoff Planes At Saskatoon On Long Jump July The, four Amtrlcnn army airplanes ar- rived over McClelland'a airdrome at p'.m. PAftS OVER BALOONIE BALGONtE, July Four alr- "over Balgonle at LEAVE PORTAL PORTAL, M.D., July Four United States-army en route from Mlneola, N.Y.; to Nome, Alaska, left Portal at 10 o'clock this morning, entering the Domin- ion with Saskatoon their first scheduled, stop. WILL TRY AGAIN r? ABOARD STEAM YACHT .'VICTORIA: OFF HOOK, July Thomas' LIpton sUted-today llial If he failed this'year lo capture tho cup he-would chal- ODeevagain. licit year" of 1023 ''with another boat. ft 't f ff -t situation, and to confer with the government-authorities, arrived. Warsaw and daj in offlciai calls and holding conferences. One pi the first questions; fore tbe missions was that oE the dig" position-of war materials for- which have just-arrived-.Rt.the .port" of Danzig aud me are refusing to unload in order to pre vent Poland getting them.' The dock; laborers and soviet emissaries zig are distributing anti-Polish pro- paganda Hopeful of Peace July Lloyd George, replying .to. questions in House concerning Russia, sold; I atn very hopeful of peace and that is wjiat the world wants." He also stated thai since the sian governmeruj had agreed to' lh> Polish .armistice, -Great 'Britain' had. withdrawn her objections to xho soviet trade delegation'-proceeding, to: don. Won't Withdraw A VIRGINIA LYNCHING Continued on f age Five. FAYETTEVII.I.E, W. Va., July 26. Dennett, Fayctleville, serving a life senlenco tar the murder of his wife and-Uiihorn chljd.-TT'rts.lanen Irani Ihe jail early Sunu'ay by-'a mob find lynched. STRIKE IN INDIANA AND ILLINOIS COAL FIELDS TEttRE HATJTE, Ind., July dfana's coal Reid is partly paralyzed by an unauthorized strike of day. lab- orers and drivers, following a similar action in the Illinois ilelii: KKly mines near Kaute are idle. THIS IS TOO MONOTONOUS MONTREAL, July 26.--iThe SI. I-Avrrenee Riior Refining compfwiy announced that they .would atiTance their prices (or all grades of refined {3.00 :p6r hiindred pounds nt the.op- en ing of business today. LOXI30.V, July British gov- ernment has no of with- drawing the government 6t: Ireland hill. 1'remier Uoyd' George, stated. In the house of commons. press tho measure forward with all possible speed whnn the house reassembled after: recess, By ng Story Is Revived LONDON', July inn Associated UnolTitt jiilly, but on good authority, flu Los Angeles Has'Quake Habit; Is Shaken Again LOS ANCIBLK3, July nnrlhtiiinkc shock woke Los Angeles at Ibis morning. Reports, to Ihe telephone and telegraph companies nnd to tiro nnd pollco'depurlmcnls in: dicalett it was felt'chiefly In IMS. An.- geies and a lessor degree at Jnglc- ,wood and rted'ondo former about twelve milts and the latter about twenty miles illst.ani, holh in a southwesterly dlrecllon. TcA' chimneys were knocked down, broken and windows rat- Tied. .A, second and much lighter was felt In Los Angeles at 8.59 Ciinadiiin Asbocialcd learns Hint I-oid BjngS nppoinl- mcut as governor-general of Canadit, lo succeed 'the. Duke inf Dcvbnsliiic, is extremely likely, FOUR DROWN WHEN AUTO PLUNGES IN CREEK BUFFALO, 'July aiito- rnobilo driven by William New- man, of and con-, tainlng'hls wife and two young children and Miss Clarj Schcck, of Buffalo, was driven Into a creek between the towns of Ar- mor and Boston, tnls county, some time Saturday nfght and alf were drowned, FOUL PLAY VICTIM NEW GLASGOW, K.S., July (By Canadian iffelos? of Daniel Mcinncs, laborer, w'a? found in an alleyway off Vietoris'sli'Cfit Sunday morning. There was gash in the hack ot the head. Police bcHeve he was the victim'ot foul play. LLOYD GEORGE NOT Wpf.L '4' PARIS, .Inly Vho health of Prernior -Uoyd Cfeorgo Is causing serlous'iin- easiness, according to a. Lon- don ifispalch today. The .Brit- ish premier's physicians- are said to have ordered an Imm6' dinle absolute rest for him. ;