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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 30, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE NIN'E ST. CATHARINES, Oat. July With BO many contesting crewi la various, events that tho procedure of roving oily could not be the Royal Canadian Henley Trenk Boat club, itactml. Wallerj von iy t length and a QUIT- Ur. The time stow. Bacoad iiO-ixwad Ut, Helehers, Lincoln Park R. C., Chi caco; 2nd, Levy, WrjtsMo ft C., Buf- regatta opened at 10 o'clock thto mom- 3rd, MlddleJon, Hamlllon B- C. -warn -Stevenson, Ajwinaut i Time Bslciers won easOy by -Rowing cluh, Joseph at two laojrths. Trunk Boat olab at MoetirMl first Heat, Junior First, tsd P. Walters at the Don Bowing I Argonauts, Toronto: -Ottawa R. C. club, met In the nnt heat of 140-jodnd The day opeMd brlfht, clear snd intensely -hot, and__ breeie was blowing a ripple on thb coarse u the flrat crews broke water. scarcely WaHA-61, TXm crab; tat, Stsv- Time 6; SO. Argonauts won by two lengths. Second Heat, Jnlor 1st. BroctvUle R. C-; 2nd, HamiltonE. C. Time Brackviike won by four lengths. Third Hmt, Jsotor a, Toronto; second, De- BRITISH AND YANKS pBN DQOB PQLICYONOIflSSlJE WASHINGTON.> July '50A-Ajj' oBo- lal statement froia the''United States state department yesterday disclosed the fact that representations have been nude to toe British government regarding its policy touching trw ex Jloltalloa oil the Us trlbotlon ot oil from mandate coun tries. The cutter has been discnsjed In formally; with, Sir Aackland Otddtj the British ambassador, and It 19 be HeveJ that the United States has been gathering Information on the subject. The position taken here Is that there should'be an open door policy pursued with regard to oil ship- ments from mandate countries. Re cently It has been reported that the Brltljii and French have entered Into .agreement on the. subject of oil pro- duction In Mesopotamia, the Balkans and elsewhere. START OF DISASTROUS TRIP troit Jt C. Time tiW, Argouats won by'tourluigtjii.' OF SCHOOLS July J, N. 'Pj.-fpf Winnipeg; general secreiafy. National Cooncli of con fere nee here with Dean; 8keHop, 'PJrpf. McNeill MacDonild of ,tUe EnglIsh department at Spetoi'e in connection. with 'the" cponcil's program-of educa- i tlopar ar- ranged? f or -a': teit booKsJaniJrha'stdlBtrUiutsd work among itha '.different; .universities of Canada.. The'iiiirvey in'-llterature- haa been, left Jo LQaaens, and; that' -frinaln- ly' ihe'purposVjroJ'Major Ney''s5jiresent I rriade at'Queens of j of Ein- y plre, jmprove- A'U nd, ;ihS_ PhVJB'riix "and aee'The the cast com- poied entirely; 'ot' LethbrldgB peop'.s. .xan the on this to Canadiac LAWK TOURNEY TORONTO, July from Winnipeg, Montreal .and Ottawa haye been recelvtdf.for lawn bowling t> city'iin'-Augu4t--15.> thous- and to attend the SELECTA'.CHAIRMAN OTTAWA, July Canadian of labor hag establiihed a board of conciliation :tb Inrestlgate- the dispute between too gas companies of Vancouver and Vic- torla, fthd their gas workers. -V. R. Mldgsley; of yancourer, has been appointed to represent the employees, also of Vancou- Ter, the employers. On the'Joint re. commendation of the employe ra' and employees' Charles E. TIsdale, .of Vancbufer, has been select- ed to :act-as chairman of'the board.' awu. VFTW OKJUICVIIUU UJ poor, jaded stomach after its struckde with the heavy fopds the'burden and increase' yiur mental buoyancy and physical alertness by eatind vegetables and truitsliy Shredded Wheat strawt ernes nothing so delicious, nour- Jshintf and It is tiw Suromer treat c rpeople MADE IN CANADA Vfl'Alpine Ifttir. cipMd ______ of emeriti ill. In bcwildtti M Bll ____ ,tkt I lherond the large business enterprises to the men and the women who make those enterprues'- lumbermen, farmers, stock raisers, merchants, clerks, workers of every kindj to whom we are ren- dering an derstanding, personal service 'through our Branches in every part of the Dominion. Whatever "yBur banting needs, corusult our nearest Branch Manager and thus be in touch with pur enlire organization, which is tlw upbuilding of Canadai tXrtd irftr Kffte mainlauwil Itltftcn Montncl Toftrti ti. Vanaxntr; Nat: dtkafa Sm BANK OF iWONTREAL EsfabltsEiecl over 100 TOTAL- ASSETS in txctsa of HZAD OmcE: MONTREAL The biggest help on the farm TN a'short time "you will find this plant is thS Abiggestthingonyourfarm. Bigin value big in the amount of drudgery it saves big in its' labor-saving for your wife big in the comfort] and conveniences 'it makes possible-rand big in' its .-_ It is driven by the famous "Z" engine which permits of the greatest possible saving in power, because you can utilize the full power of titf, engine to drive other machinery. It is so simple a boy can it, It requires little attention' and seldom needs adjustment or repairs, Runs six hours to the gallon of kerosene. Saves tim'ei labor, and enough money to pay for Itself. Come in and, see.a demonstra- tion, or send a card for catalogue" Which gives full inform at ion, E. A. SHARMAN CO. Lsthbridfle I, H. C. AGENTS M33-I235 2nd 9. Fairbanks Morse "F" Power m Lig'ht Plant ;