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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Brandon, Manitoba Lord Kitchener not the Iron Man he has been Short course a a in woodworking i a classes for boys in Rural centres x in Lui vol being arranged instruction Roosevelt dominates the shyness caused misunderstanding of his character declare his closest friends House where general Gordon had been a. Of practical nature a i ii use who read general Hughes remark about Ilia conversation with Kitchener to the effect that Kitchener Eves hued with tears when he poke of the British losses must have received a new idea of the great Soldier who was lost in the sinking of the Hampshire. The conventional idea of Kitchener is that he was a Mere machine a Man impervious to sentiment. Uninterested in men except As pawns in the great War game and not interested at All in women. But it la Likely to he with Kitchener As with others we beam to understand them after they Are no More. Those who knew Kitchener Are now speaking out. One of them is a sex attache a a Veteran Diplomat who was an old Friend and who is now a prominent writer in Hie rutted states press. He relates in the Pittsburg dispatch a talk he had with Kitchener in 1910, when he was passing through the United states. I the course of their Long Chat they fell to discussing the men they had known in Cairo in 1883 and 1884, officer must of them who had been with Kitchener. One name recalled another Aud probably three out of four of the old comrades had passed from Hie scene in the intervening years Many of them in action. When Kitchener wept a suddenly a a avs sex attache a a i looked up and to my astonishment saw big tears rolling Down the bronzed Cheeks of Hie Field marshal i could not help exclaiming Oil the Spur of the moment a How i wish people could see you As you Are just now it would set at rest All those stupid stories of you being a Man utterly devoid of a ooh i have a heart All right a lie replied Only i do not think it necessary to carry it on my sleeve a somewhat similar testimony is borne by Richard Barry in the new York times. He saw Kitchener at Simla at the time of the visit of the Prince of Wales now King George. . Barry was then representing Collie re a Magazine and he admits he had slight Hopes of talking with Kitchener for his antipathy to any kind of publicity that he could avoid was traditional. . Barry was astonished by the ease with which he arranged for an interview and at the kindliness which Kitchener displayed. No Mere machine at the close of the interview which lasted for three hours he observed a general you have quite belied your a instantly Kitchener stiffened and Drew Back. How a that a lie scowled. A some people say that you re a hard Man to talk with Itiat you re a Man of Iron of no words but i have to thank you for a most illuminating a who says that a he asked bluntly. Plainly annoyed. A correspondents sometimes officers a killed on tile evening of the Victory at o my urinal said that Kitchener made no attempt to conceal the tears that welled from the eyes while the belated funeral ceremony of his old Friend and fellow officer in the Royal engineers was in Prit Gress. It is the opinion of sex attache that Kitchener a reputation for coldness Aud hard i motorcycles had hazardous encounters with Lions and other dangerous beasts alarmed at the invasion of their fastnesses. Even the giraffes proved hostile to the British Advance for they scratches their Long necks against the British held Telephone wires until the wires 4>roke under the Strain. The Normal boy moves to use tools Aud there is no period in his life during which he can readily be taught to develop his constructive faculties a As while Iii his teens. It might also. He can elect Wilson Hughe Ltd lug l ims a do la and he is Busy thinking it a a a a statement about it therefore. Over Hectl 001 rep1 8pecu Tate. The fact remains that after in. Etemus Over Roosevelt had elected Taft he set out be said that there is no other line of throw Quot Masefield said it Roosevelt to beat Taft. To succeeded. He split Ness came from his innate shyness. I the enemy made a Strong stand at he loved his work he Dick Dot love talking about it with casual acquaintances. He avoided banquets and receptions a lieu it was at ail possible. On his return from Japan in 1910 he did not pass through Canada As canadians had strongly desired but through the United stages. He went there because he realized that he would have been feted and entertained in this country. A shy Man in the course of his journey through the United states he Only posed once for a photographer and that was with Gen i Scott. His shyness sometimes led him to make astonishingly Blunt speeches us is often the ease with diffident people. Many americans who saw Kitchener when he attended a professional baseball game with Geo. T. Wilson president of the pilgrims club in new York were astonished at the nervousness and shyness that he displayed when lie was invited As the most distinguished person in the grounds to toss out Hie first Ball. It is pleasant that we should at last be permitted to obtain a glimpse of the real Man who was masked As Sirdar and War lord. He was impatient with Many people but lie had a deep and abiding affection for his old soldiers and for his fellow officers. He wan never Busy pre occupied that he would nonstop to shake hands with a Veteran who w Ore a medal a ribbon that showed that he had been in Egypt and Many of them will treasure such an incident As the most precious memory in their lives. Moshi about Twenty Miles from the British Border and Well fortified was their position that the British avoided a frontal attack Aud sought to take it by ail enveloping move. They were nut Quick enough to surround Hie place before the enemy had decamped however and the Only spoil taken was one of the four Inch guns of Hie Koenigsberg which was not suited for operations Iii the Field. A British Force operating from Northwest of Kilimanjaro made its Way South to the Road connecting Moshi and Arusha seventy Miles from tile Briti Sli Border. The germans retreated South from mos Iii which is surrounded by rubber Aud Coffee plantations. An attempt was made by Gen. Van Deventer and his Force of burghers to envelop the left Wing of the germans but again the nature of the country interfered with tile Briti Sli plans for he was held up by a River infested with crocodiles. Two japanese Tennis experts to tour . Kum amp Gai and Mikami plan to play in All leading american tournaments after National title Jungle beasts help germans a in a a. F rhinoceroses charge British Supply teams Lions menace riders giraffes break wires London May in by mail a details of the lighting Between the British and German forces in the Jungles of German East Africa where wild animals of ail sorts abound Are Given in dispatches received from correspondents with Gen. Smuts who is entering the Honoly from British East Africa in the North. Training that is of More practical value. Taking it from one end of life to the other than the education of the hand and Eye leading to scientific mechanical skill. The next few weeks will see the initiation in Manitoba of a movement to extend to a Large number of provincial centres the blessings of manual training which has become popular in advanced City schools. Through the boys and girl hubs the Extension service of Manitoba agr cult Mal College has joined hands Iii Many practical issues with Over to Udo boys and girls of this province and to the boys who Are Iii these clubs the agricultural woodworking Short course will make a mighty Appeal. The courses which will be presented in about Twenty five places in Manitoba this year will average from a week to ten Days in duration and the dates to be selected will be during the summer holidays. Iii announcing the plan it was stipulated that in order that any Point might be favored with a course it must enrol at least fifteen Twenty boys who Are Over twelve years of age. From fifteen to thirty boys can be Laught woodworking by a Good manual instructor and if More than thirty enrol at any place an additional instructor will be needed there. Much of the work can be done out of doors As Well As indoors but it is part o Folie plan that in each Case Access will be had to some suitable building room that work May proceed through rain it a a As Well As Fine weather. The arrangement at Souris presents a Fine example of How the Short course May be made a red letter week in the boys lives. Here the citizens Are providing a big tent and the boys will Camp for ten Days cooking their own meals working with their own hands and enjoying a few Fine sport features sandwiched in Between. The instructors who will assume charge of these Twenty five Short courses Are technical teachers either in the agricultural College the manual training departments of the Winnipeg Public schools. In each Case they will seek to training that it will Best meet the Rural situation. The tilings made will be is it. Roosevelt has missed the re the Republican party and the result publican nomination for the Brest was the election of Wilson Dency of the United states but he the modern Warwick remains the key to urn political Situ i the score stands an assassination. Of he runs on the progressive ticket Hughes will be. As the Chicago phrase has it. A running for the colonel is the Samson of the situation. He can destroy the whole elected Roosevelt. Roosevelt elected Taft Roosevelt split with Taft and elected Wilson and now it lies with Roosevelt to elect the next president Roosevelt has lost the Republican edifice of Republican Hopes and per nomination but he is As influential a ish among the falling fragments. His figure today As he was before the position was never stronger than it is today. The United states looks to him though the Republican. Progressive and the democratic conventions Are Over. Roosevelt however remains the Central Ngure the stage it still depends upon him who is to be the next president of the United states. President and pres Dent maker consider Roosevelt. There has been nobody like him in the history of the United states. An Assassin made him president in the first place after certain Niew York politicians had sidetracked him into the vice presidency a veritable grave of political ambitions. He made Good after Mckinley. He had no trouble in securing the next nomination in his party. He resigned. Then lie announced that his interest in governing the country had waned. He said that lie was not concerned in Legal constitutional problems but in moral problems. He thrust upon a docile though dubious convention William Howard Taft. He signed the Taft note. He gave a covenant mortgage. Taft was elect cd. Two three years afterwards something happened. Neither party balloting began it is his play. He has announced thai he will not accept the nomination of the progressives for the time being. Should his refusal be final and should he turn in behind Hughes and Fairbanks a a wonderful pair of vice presidents a it is probable that Wilson will be Defeated. Itiat is assuming that Roosevelt still owns the Bull Moose party and signs that the Bull Moose party Hail some slight ambition to own itself were not wanting in Chicago on saturday. Among the lieutenants there was a feeling that Roosevelt had forsworn allegiance that he was blinking of the republicans instead of the progressives. Governor Johnson referred to the Point in a voice that was shaken by emotion. Two men to fight for undoubtedly the progressives were surprised by the nomination of Hughes they were astonished by the Roosevelt announcement that lie would not now accept the Bull Moose nomination. Nevertheless they Are Likely to do what the colonel wants. They will not turn out to fight for Hughes As they would fight for Timeir Hughes that Way there arc Only americans in the Public Eye Tod a whom men would fight for they would tight for their Brothers one of them is Roosevelt the other is Bry. An these two Are personalities that have what the novelists Call a magnetism Hughes has none of it Wilton has none. Between the two far As one might judge by their Public utter auces there is nothing to choose. Eracli recites a piece that might have been taken from Tho third Reader each is obviously trying to please the greatest possible number of readers with the greatest possible number of words. In Roosevelt hands the colonel remains the key to Tho situation. For a week past the utmost pressure has been applied to him with a View of defeating Wilson lie has publicly and frequently criticized Wilson. He has not criticized Hughes it has been put to hint this Way will you run As a progressive and thus elect Wilson again will you Campaign for Hughes and elect the re publican party the colonel is think ing it Over and it seems that he is in favor of electing Hughes. But Fairbanks must have been a bitter Pill for him to Swallow. To could have named his own vice president yet he remained silent. The spectacle of Roosevelt making a speech in favor of Fairbanks can be imagined by those who eau imagine him waxing eloquent in behalf of Henry Ford. Tile Ball is in his hands As it was before the convention began. Roosevelt can say who will be the next president of the United states and per haps lie eau say what should be and shall be the policy of the next Prest Dent with regard to the world con own Leader. Nobody will fight for jul aeration. Coast cities Chicago Pittsburgh and new York to see the nip ponese net stars Chicago june years National Tennis tournament at tile West Side club Forest Hills Long Lelaud late in August will have have a distinctly International complexion. For the first time in the history of the net game in this country the far East not satisfied to rest on its varied array of Oriental laurels will make a double barrelled Effort to Annex the Tennis honors of America. Japan a two most accomplished Racket cracks k. Kumagai and a called a farm Wood working course. An increase of in the matter of tools the co opera it stubble. In commercial Leher by Bank of Commerce seeding completed on reduced area weather conditions Fine a Industrial activity a throughout the Dominion seeding has been completed but under conditions not As favourable us those of last year. In the Grain growing provinces the acreage under crop is approximately Twenty per cent less Mikami Are now on a vessel that is blowing its Way through the Waters of Hie Pacific on the route to san Francisco. According to Advance information the japanese stars who Advance was made in the Region ave ceased up Ever Yelling to poll of Kilimanjaro a Mountain of 5,899 Lect regarded by the natives As a holy place. An attack was delivered on Salaita Hill before the arrival of Gen. Smuts to take command but owing to the cleverness of the German defensive fortifications the British Force was repulsed with losses. While Iii Japan a Tennis circles Are coming to America full of Confidence that they will make it interesting for the Best that this country can Send against them either in singles Iii doubles. To play in Many cities than a year ago the summer fallow such As a Larin boy should know How and slowed land under seed being a to construct. The course might be prec ably ideas than Usua while there seeding on risked seasons the latter Tive idea is being inculcated. The boys will get together in groups of five and by each boy furnishing two three tools quite a respectable kit a Start for the crop is ensured. Weather Tor joint use w ill be available. One it i conditions during May w Ere general dry practice results in a lower yield but this year the conditions of moisture Are very favourable and a promising the japanese Tennis invasion is the germans had very carefully con ,. ,.r % i scheduled for three months hut the treated their trenches and pits with the first and most important lessons taught will be How to care for tools and keep them in their places. In some centres the girls will also be Given a course of sewing. In connection with each course one a sports Day will be arranged for and at least one lecture on agriculture Quot newspapers a he replied a some j living vines and Trees which had been times do not Tell the truth and As transplanted. Tor officers lie shrugged Bis Sli Oul a the Hill however was finally cappers without completing the sen lured when the germans retreated in Tonce. His last words As lie bade me goodbye littered with a twinkle in that Placid Grey eve were a Elf i bad been Able to get on with people. I should not have been Able to get on Iii this tears for Gordon a couple of officers who were pre the face of an enveloping movement Umry we a Tome East by Eagy a Ageg which threatened to Cut them off. The part Cip Aling Al the Lea Long clubs in Given by some member of the Agri itinerary of the visitors will not be cultural College staff. At the close of Given out until they reach san fran a each course study clubs will be Organ Cisco. It is certain however Liat sized for the purpose of making a butter exhibiting their court games tier study of agricultural subjects prowess for the edification of coasters during Tho fall and Winter months. By Normal. The reduction in the acreage sown in Hie Western provinces is not a matter of regret inasmuch As the increase of 1915 was unusually Large owing to the special Effort to increase production for that season and to the greater preparation in the Way of summer fallowing and cultivation made possible by Hie Light crop of 1914. This season the acreage seeded is Normal. In Ontario the fall wheat Outlook is More than usually favourable but the weather has very seriously retarded the places where courses will be uie sowing of other grains. On May Advance of the British forces was at All times hindered by the almost impenetrable Jungle and tile boldness of the animals lurking everywhere. Startled rhinoceroses at times charged the heavy Notor lorries carrying sup sent at a memorial service held in the plies and dispatch riders mounted on big $5000 auction on wednesday june 28,16 Sale to commence at one o clock. At Banbury manufacturing co warehouse Corner ass Miloine Avenue and sixth Street Brandon. J f. Fisher auctioneer has received instructions from the own Ere to sell by Public auction without Reserve the following goods / goods lumber shingles hardware doors glazed windows storm Sash screens leaded transoms and lights show cases Verandah posts. Gable ornaments brackets shelf supports balusters Newels and sundry articles. Terms of Sale a Cash j. Of Fisher v s., auctioneer exhibition and tourney matches As the occasion otters. F the japanese stars Are not entirely unknown quantities to some of the american net experts. Three years ago Kumagai then enrolled at Keio University fought his Way to the semifinals in the far Eastern championship ton in Ament Elia Fottrell an american taking his measure after a hard struggle. Tile match with Fottrell was a Long drawn out affair. Later Kumagai lost with a partner to fat troll Aud William Johnson present american Champion in a doubles match by scores of 0-3, 0-4, 0-3. Kumagai has sudden Rise two years before hooking up with held will be As follows Oakville Dugald Minnedosa Mccleary Souris Grandview Boisa Braiu. Miami Carberry Minto Poplar Bluff . Andrews Swan River Austin Ninette Belle Plains Birds Hill Benito Durban Binscarth Gladstone Gilbert Plains Pilot Mound Morden. Poet laureate on Kitchener London tuesday a Niue 17.�?the times prints a sonnet to the late Earl Kitchener written by . Robert Bridges lie British poet laureate rile sonnet follows a a unflinching hero watchful to foresee 15th Only half tile Ordinary amount of seeding had been done and during the remainder of the month but Little More was accomplished in consequence of which mixed grains will be sown to be Cut Green for feeding live Stock. Clover and Alfalfa crops Are very promising As Are the pastures. At present it is More profitable to feed Ive Stock than to sell Tho grail of which there is a plentiful Supply on hand. With the exception of the Eastern townships where intermittent Rains Ami inclement weather have especially in Low lying lands seriously retarded seeding tile que in ution Iii the amount of night work appears to show that the Apex of production has been reached but excepting in some unimportant districts the Industrial Plant of the entire country is operating under the pressure of accumulating orders. The pulpwood paper acid lumbering industries Are steadily increasing their output owing to tile increased demand from the United states where the shortage of paper is particularly pronounced because of labor troubles Iii Norway and the difficulty of obtaining tonnage. The imports from Norway Are a considerable Factor in the United states Market and will be further curtailed though consumption is increasing. On the Paciuc coast the lumbering business is Active arid prices Are firmer. Rates for Ocean shipments have declined and shippers Are holding off for better terms. In Nova Scotia tile lumber output it is estimated will be an average one and As purchasers Are to Supply tonnage owing to the unfavourable weather in Ontario for seeding peas and planting out tomatoes the canners anticipate a shortage of these vegetables Aud prices have advanced very sharply. The prospects for a heavy yield of fruits of All kinds not Only in Ontario but elsewhere Are most promising. For the Large operations stocks will be disposed of by the end of the season. Ruling prices will return fair profits. In new Brunswick the lumber Cut will be sixty five per cent of the average. The British Columbia legislature has authorized the government to Advance fifty five per cent of the Cost constructing wooden vessels in addition to granting a Bonus of 15.00 per ton upon certain conditions. Advantage has already been taken of this legislation. Die american cracks Kumagai had never had a Tenuis Racket in ins baud j my country peril w heroin first game being played with a j 800 re Racket discarded by an English reel-1 creeping War Ltd peace with equal Cut Japan the Ball being a Little j red one such As Smalt children use in lion timing on a pavement against a Edna Loftus actress is dead a a ban Francisco cai., june blk Edna Loftus one time favorite of tile Lon Bec crop situation is satisfactory. In 11011 music Halls was buried Here satan districts the abundance of Mots orday in Cypress Lawn cemetery. She Ture and Cool weather have Given from tuberculosis. Learning of Promise of unusually heavy grass Ami Lier death friends intervened to pre nay crops. Industrial conditions at no time has a larger proportion a. ,. Of the Industrial Plant of the country till by Long toil ennobled thou Wert. Been actively employed than today. Pm burial in the potters Field. Stampede at Moose jaw will be Good Moose jaw sask., june Lagrange the worlds Champion bucking horse rider will he one of the main attractions at the Moose jaw Stampede july Lith to 14th. Lagrande for the past fifteen years Lias been known by cattlemen from Alberta to new Mexico As the greatest bucking horse rider who Ever lived the Story of the manner in which he won the worlds title at Winnipeg i 1915 is a excellent forecast of what his performance Here will be. Emery had Little difficulty Iii Riding All the bucking horses at Winnipeg and the judges had finally decided to award him the title. Two riders who had won championships at Cheyenne u Short time before As Well As others Defeated by him were a Little sceptical of his skill however and to set All doubts at rest la Grande called for a the thoroughbred a a crooked bucking horse. Scorning the use of a bridle of any kind Emery mounted the brute and Rode him to a standstill while All the doubting competitors reluctantly admitted him a a King of them la Gramie is a native of Pincher Creek alta., and half owner of a cattle ranch Northwest of Swift current. Since the Winnipeg Stampede he has never been Defeated in a rid lug contest. Ranching is ills occupation and Riding his pastime lie will defend his Canadian title Here Ami then go direct to the new York half million Dollar Stampede where lie will defend his worlds title. You save Money by making your own syrup at Home for the hot cakes a simply dissolve White sugar in hot water and add Mayleine to give the desired flavor and color. Maple new is a Flavouring used like Lemon and Vanilla. I by it when you dessert Aud dainties. Deliciously different. Grocers sell map Kine cd recent manufacturing co. Seattle. . A. To Wall. Within the last three years Kumagai has come along like a greased Bullet. Last january he won the championship of the Orient in a Manila tournament defeating among others. Clarence Griffin and Ward Dawson both of whom were High Iii i the United states ranking last season j not much is known on this Side it j the water about Mika Uii a ability bul i and an increasing Quantity of Domestic raw materials is being utilized. Whom England called Aud bade set my Arm free i Thor my will Anil save my Honor textile Iron and 8tet�?~�?~ Boot and uoe., the convenience of a joint account i j fair what Day the foe presumed on her despair f and she herself had Trust in none but thee. Among herculean deeds the Miracle that mass a the labor of ten years in one packing and other industries Are up grating As fully As the Supply of labor Wilt permit. With prices at unusually it High Levels the value of the National output will be very much greater than in any previous year. The census taken in 1910 showed the value of the j manufactures of Canada in that year j those who have seen him in action a Ian a be the by Nork Ihas being $1,164,000,000. And As the pronounce him to be almost As Clever As his partner Kumagai. He is said to employ a vicious stroke in volleying and has deadly accuracy in his placing. He has a disconcerting change of Pace it is said and he keeps his head at All stages of the proceedings. Done Ere we could thank thee and the High sea swell surge the a needing where thy proud ship fell by the Lone Orkney Ere the set of output of Many of the larger Indus join i account May be opened in the names of two More persons. Whichever one can most conveniently reach the Bank can then Deposit the joint funds withdraw fac Cash needed. It saves time a tries is about fifty per cent greater j than that of any previous year and prices Iii Many cases Are More than j fifty per cent higher the value of this years product will be fully $3, 000.000.000. In some industries a dim Brandon Branch 78 Yew in b Jan. Capital an surplus $7,884,000. J. W. Millar manager. I. Is Asaju Rcv

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