Defeats Shamrock in Fight to
Beat Time Limit
AMERICA'S CUP STAYS IN U. S.
Trophy Defender Outsails the Green
Sloop Decisively, Boat for Boat in
the Crucial Contest —Was
Lipton’s Fourth Effort.
Sandy. Hook, X. J., July 28. —The
America’s Cup stays in America.
This was decided shortly before sun
down when the American defender
Resolute captured the regatta, three
to two, by defeating Sir Thomas Rip
ton’s Shamrock IV in the fifth race
of the series.
Cup Held 70 Years.
The race makes one more failure
in Britain’s efforts to take back the
cup which an American yacht won
from her seventy years ago.
The defender outsailed the green
sloop decisively, boat for boat, in the
last contest of a tempestuous series—
the closest and most hard fought in
the history of the precious trophy—
crossing the line at 7:52:22 only about
twenty-five minutes before expiration
of the six hours time limit. At 8:05:34
Resolute Keeps Lead.
It was a thirty-mile windward and
leeward race, started in light airs
after postponement at fifteen-minute
intervals for two hours and a quar
After having been led by the chal
lenger two-thirds of the distance to
the first mark, a windward leg, Reso
lute crossed her bow ten miles from
the start and breezed into a lead
which she maintained and steadily in
creased to the finish line.
By the time twenty-two miles of the
course had been covered the defender
was a mile and a half in the lead,
reaching back and forth on her way to
the finish line.
At one time toward the end she was
two miles ahead of Shamrock, but the
challenger came up to within a mile at
AUTO OVER 200-FOOT CLIFF
Plunges Into Bear Creek Canyon, Kill
ing Ohio Circus Clown, Injuring
Denver, Colo., July 28. —Lon Moore,
Defiance, 0., a circus clown, was
killed: Charles Hite, circus conces
sionaire, Ironton, 0., was fatally in
jured, and three Denver people were
seriously injured when their automo
bile rolled off a 200-foot, cliff in Bear
William Hart, a taxicab driver of
Denver, and his wife were in the front
seat. Tt is said the woman became
excited as the car swung around the
sharp turns of “Looking Glass” curve
and grabbed the steering wheel and
turned the car over the edge of the
TO RUN ON “DRY” PLATFORM
Prohibitionists Name Aaron S. Watkins
as Their Candidate for Office of
Lincoln, Neb., July 24.— 0hi0 got Its
third presidential candidate for the
1920 campaign when the Prohibition
national convention nominated Aaron
S. Watkins, Germantown, 0., after
learning from William J. Bryan that
he would not accept the nomination
Mr. Watkins is a professor of liter
ature in Germantown Military acad
emy. He was at one time a professor
in Ada college, Ohio, and vice presi
dential candidate on the Prohibition
ticket in 1908 and 1912.
PLANES IN ERIN BOMB BRITISH
Mysterious Aircraft Shell Troops En
camped on the West Coast
London, July 26. —Bombs from sev
eral mysterious airplanes were hailed
upon British troops encamped on the
west coast of Ireland in the last few
days, according to news just received
here. The theory is that the planes
came from England, but they were
manned by Sinn Feiriers wearing Eng
lish uniforms, it is said. The planes
carried British army colors. The news
created consternation in government
quarters. An embargo was immediate
ly ordered on the sale of all airplanes
SAYS SOCIALISTS BEAT HIM
Assemblyman Cuvillier Alleges Assault
Was Made in Revenge for His
New York. July 27.—Assemblyman
Louis Cuvillier charged today in the
Harlem court that he had been at
tacked and assaulted by a “socialist
strong-arm squad,” seeking revenge
on him for his legislative activities
last winter in the ousting of the five
socialist assemblymen at Albany.
In the encounter, which occurred
about two weeks ago, Cuvillier, who
sat as a member of the tribunal that
heard the social isbs’ case, said he
lost two teeth and his eyeglasses were
GEORGE H. WHITE
George H. White, former member
of congress from Marietta, Ohio, who
has been made chairman of the Dem
ocratic national committee and pilot
of the presidential campaign.
TEN KILLED AND HUNDRED
HURT IN BELFAST RIOTS
Troops Use Machine Guns When
Sinn Feiners and Unionists Bat
tle in Streets.
Belfast, July 24. —Soldiers found it
necessary to use machine guns against
rioters in fighting throughout the city.
In the Falls road district the Sinn
Feiners were sniping soldiers and p;
lice from roofs and windows of houses.
The troops returned the fire. It is
stated that the wounded persons in
the night’s fighting total more than
100. Thirty arrests were made.
Three unionists were shot dead by
Sinn Fein snipers and another man’s
head was blown off. A man helping
to carry the body of one of the dead
men into a house was slain. Ten per
sons have been killed in the rioting.
Shooting was renewed during the
morning in the Kashmir street area,
where bitter fighting occurred Thurs
day night in clashes between unionists
and Sinn Feiners, with military inter
vention. Early in the renewal of the
hostilities in this district one man was
reported wounded by a shot that
passed through the window of his
Soldiers with fixed bayonets pa
trolled the disturbed streets and
many demonstrations which might
have led to serious results were thus
interrupted. Looting and smashing of
windows prevailed, spirit, groceries,
and licensed premises being especially
There was serious rioting at Bain
bridge, the home of Colonel Smyth,
who was assassinated a few days ago.
The offices of a news agency were set
afire and a destroyed, petrol being ob
tained for this purpose from passing
1,500 YANKS HIDE IN PARIS
That Number of Deserters From
American Army Remain in France
—Are “Bad Men "
Paris, July 28.^—Deserters from the
American army that came to France
still number 1,500 in the Paris district
alone, according to a report made by
the Paris police to Capt. J. A. Warden,
who is supervising apprehension of
the deserters, in addition to investi
gating bills still being presented
against the American expeditionary
As all these deserters have the
reputation witli the French police of
tarrying guns and being bad men gen
erally, the police simply notify the
American authorities from time to
time of their presence in some partic
ular place, but do not attempt to ar
OCCUPATION IS DISAPPROVED
Japanese on Sakhalin Island Contrary
to Treaty Is Contention of the
Washington, July 28. —All of the al
lied and associated governments ad
dressed by Japan with a statement of
her purposes in occupying the north
ern portion of the Island of Sakhalin
and the territory on the opposite coast
have expressed satisfaction except the
The United States has withheld its
approval of the Japanese action and
fn the course of the exchanges, which
still are in progress, is understood to
have let it be known that it stands for
adherence to the treaty of Portsmouth,
under which the northern half of the
island was to remain in possession ol
MINERS SHOT IN LABOR WAR
Two Men Wounded, One Seriously-.
Bloodhounds Are Following
Williamson, W. Ya., July 26.— Two
miners were wouDded, one seriously,
when the Portsmouth Solvay Coal
company’s mine at Freeborn was at
tacked by persons hidden In the hill*
on Tug river. A detachment of the
state constabulary with bloodhounds
was Immediate!? sent from William
son to the scene.
Aug. 30,31; Sept. 1, 2,3,4
Six Days; Six Nights
BEST IN THE LAND
of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine, Poul
try; Dairy, Agricultural, Horticul
tural, Apiary Products; Women’s
Work, School Work, and THE
YEAR’S KOUND-I P of Badger State
Boys’ and Girls’ Club Activities.
GIRL WITH A SPARTAN
HEART, Changes Planes 4,000
Feet From Earth!
- - -ALSO
MARVEL OF ALL AGES,
THE DAREDEVIL SUPREME
in Plane Changes.
(Watch for Dates)
WORLD’S GREATEST SHOW
Presenting 1 the
$20,000 Fireworks Spectacle
“SIEGE OF THE
500-Foot Stage, 1.000 People, and
25 STAR CIRCUS AND VAUDE
MLLE ACTS on two mammoth
Famous Million Dollar Band, with Six
Soloists; Eight Other Bands and Or
chestras Day and Night.
AUTOMOBILE SHOW and
150,000 square feet of exhibits and
demonstrations, including all 1921
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURS
DAY, FRIDAY-—First Race at 1 P. M.
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY at 2
P. M.—America’s and Europe’s great
est dirt track drivers and cars.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS,
at 8 o’clock.
50 ACRESOFTRACTORS AND
OTHER FARM MACHINERY.
U. S. Government, State Marketing,
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture,
Household, New- Era and a score of
other added exhibits.
THE C. T. KENNEDY 10-ACRE
THE MUDLESS AND DUST
t LESS FAIR.
MONDAY, AUG. 30—Ail Wisconsin
School Children Free. /
THE WISCONSIN STATE
FAIR “Educates, Inspires, En
tertains on Biggest Possible
(Authorized and paid for by Dr. E. T.
Ridgway, Elkhorn, Wis., at our reg
ular advertising rates.)
Dr. E. T. RIDGWAY
Republican Candidate for
Rock and Walworth Counties
Primaries September 7th
Gain Living From the Sea.
The Japanese a:e the only people
who have ever undertaken the syste
matic planting and harvesting of sea
weed and other marine vegetation.
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UNITED STATES NOTES BEST
Central and South American Nations
Have Their Currency Printed
in This Country.
The American style of banknote has
become the standard in the countries
of Central and South America. The
experience of the Brazilian govern
ment led the way in this, after va
rious disappointments. First the
much-vaunted Austrian system was
tried, the notes being engraved and
printed in England under that system.
They proved a complete failure.
Counterfeiters flourished. The Bra
zilians tried banknotes made in
France, and these were promptly and
extensively imitated as soon as the
counterfeiters could get their plates
and paper ready. Brazil tried Ger
man and English establishments, but
still without success In the protection
of the banknote circulation, and at
last turned to the United States and
found a type of bills practically im
possible to counterfeit with success
So it is no boast, but a mere record
of fact, to state that Americans make
the best banknotes in the world.
Beggars Who Float in Bowls.
In various countries during past
iges beggars have carried bowls, but
China is probably the only country
In which bowls carry beggars. The
bowls are boats, round in shape, and
large enough to carry two beggars,
one of whom maneuvers the craft be
side an incoming steamship while the
other, usually an aged Chinese woman,
does the begging from the passengers,
sometimes making it easier for them
to contribute by reaching upward with
h bag on the end of a long pole. The
dexterity of the beggars in handling
their seemingly impossible boat gives
entertainment in return for alms, says
an exchange. The craft has no visible
distinction between bow and stern,
and the paddlers, coming out from the
shore, sit, one might say, at opposite
ends of the diameter, looking forward,
aDd each paddling vigorously over his
own side of the bowl.
Leap Year Missed.
The rule used to tell if a year is,
or was, a leap year is to divide it by
the figure 4. If it may be done with
out a remainder it is generally sup
posed to prove that the year is a leap
year. This is correct in respect of
all years save in the case of the 100
years, that is, the beginning of a cen
tury, as 1700, 1800, 1900. In those
years the test is to divide by 400. If
these tests are applied to the last 100
years we shall find the year 1900 is
not divisible by 400 and neither was
the year 1800. Leap year occurred
every four years after the year 1800
until 1896, but there was no leap year
between 1796 and 1804 (a space of.
eight years). Neither was there a
leap year between 1896 and 1904.
Wonderful Collection of China.
A famous English firm of china
manufacturers possesses samples of
all the various kinds of china they
have manufactured for nearly 150
years past, Including samples of din
ner services made for Lord Nelson
and other celebrities of bygone days.
“Let Me Tell You This”
i men every day are find
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to use the Real To
he full rich taste lasts so
>ng, a small chew satis
es; it’s just what you have
een looking for.
hat’s why it costs you
ny man who uses the
eal Tobacco Chew will
ill you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
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