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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIR CHARLES ROSS AS A LAND OWNER! President of Ross Rifle Company Is the Proprietor of a Big Chunk of Scotland. 1SOOIH AFRICA'S HEW GOVERNOR GREAT DEER FORESTS Hut Not the Mead of ihe Kossj Clan. Nor Has He a I lost of Adherents. ONE or THE CLAN uoss. SOMK time ago an artlcie of u bomp- vliat fulaocio luituro appeared In jasper on liarL, of Hahiagow Kir Charles Hoss-sli'rc, Co., Quebec, in which lie ivus dwcrH sis the hereditary hfad of CJan 1 to.'is, a a w el I as .1 grca I 1 1 Ighla n J t-hU-ftaiu with adherent 3 und follotrt-r.s in his country. Xow.% aa :i humble nicinlicr of -iho ciati and one who, adult Eun tlio firat thirty yea of his life un Sir Charles lloss' own eslate, 1 Msh lo demur to both Ihe- ahove afi- suraptlcrus. Xol thai Sir Chailes any means "binul! bear" In his na- tive country, tvl though neither lliy hereditary head of the Chm nor has nny adhcrcnt.i or followers licyond those whom t-mpioys and 1 1 1 ya Tor. Tl iy s oldc n t da ys chief (aiiis clan followers have i-awc-J uway Jn the of Scotland. It Is only in London. J-Miialurfih. mid, some of Dominions at convivial ga-ihtringH tho A NATURAL ERROR SOMI: II. e I'nlU-l Ma euriv mivO :c J 10 tniwJix-t'l lo a ccrt'iiii Iritrvdurtr I a -Ml 1 him up to iho J'ile hcld- _. As tM the r.ucs'iyu of rer.t, T.-Jitti from t'onii; c-iiift; or '.Jlitr he cannot nifc-t II. lift lias nu-rcly lo mahe a fresh npplk'ation to or oiiicr thai -ntly hard l-ut tr> It fr.r fllllns in working1 tims-tnbks. In order to a frcsb relyf-iion. lion" tho fci-Igei of modc-rn contil- iile-i exislp, when or clan that Tioid Ihelr aiiiHtal reunions, fiUmnlatcd hy a few ardent enthusiasts who dc- tc-ant on days and wyntenig Ihat nre nver nnd for ever yone. No one ever hears of a clan reunion in the High- lands. One may nowaday9 head of n. clan and have nn aticcbtral line datiiiB renlurlc-s back and lie the owner ot hun- ilrcda of of acres In tho Highlands of Hcotlaiul, with Innumcr- tenants and and yet rc- icivc as little, or maybe consitlcr- nlion or rcvcvcncc on that ncconni ihan the Yankee millionaire who iy n Ixmdon cnu- dcmocralir, if not Crrat'O, were this genllernan'H views, that he was the of both pnrlirfi In the House of for nil the years ho tlioic. and yet lime and np.iin IJiKhfaml lairds for n hohl on Hio constituency. I'rcrlaus to then ti Dr. Mactlonald. another IxJiidouor, equally unknown lo the constituency, nii'l nominated by tamo lioily. cap- tured tho from Mr. Munrn r.on of Novnr, now nppointcil (Sovcr- nor cf landcil proprietor in the. county and a well-known 1-cr of T.ihcrn] piriy into Ihe bar- ir-iin, hin aolo heing i hat ho ivas ono of the bniton-iiint In tlio couiily c tlic sons of the ilucal houR! of Sutherl.i n c i I me nnd n j I cen defeated by Txndon "carpet Imp tors'1 for the finmc reason, nrttwilli -tanrllng- their prestige In a county nl :r.ost entirely ownc-it by themseHcp. Jn invcrnrsa-shlro, Sir Itolicrt I'ln iay, or.o of tiin atdesl finest, hpr.ik :-rB In tho JJriUah Ho-jae of Common! ivos linr.od tfnt, nfter years of fplcn hid fiorvitc lo hl.t conptiluency, Ii f.ivor of who uas ready lo hoh sut fairer promises to Iho rrofttrn. Tho haror.elcy of liilnngmvn, o ft-hlch Charles Is the Iirc5cn loMcr, Is Nova Kcoiinn, Oatci j.ick for a eunaMotn'i'c UnV iaffown thp lamily Is cit lions entail him tho necessity ondins so mucli of his lime so __.k'ay from It, for, as he himself frank- y a laniicU proprietor in Hcoi- oiid Is HtU? from a pe- juntary point o' view than a sub-col- ector of taxes, so grievous havo nnd imperial burdens Tha andiord in Scotland lias to y with the tenant school, loor,, ind all other iocnl addition to Imperial from which the tenant is exempt, and further, when a ten- ant's rent is small his proportion ol rates can he, often is, recovered from the mnttonl. And If a deer for- chaucos lo ha nuk-t for a season, which Js quit's a frtnucnl ocruTrence. the proprietor hafi to pay ine doiiljle j'.iFl the ?aine as though I'.-o grounds K-t- nt any rata is one form in which fij'Srtlnc; yro-jnd iw in the Old Coun- try. Somewhat Barren Honor HILHT Ihe gross rcvciiuu from Unlnagown estate runs some- where between 1? nnd IS thousand per anniiin irunase- iricnt ar.rt local and Imperial deeply into Income, the honor of being a landowner .1 somewhat harrcn one now tint frudil feelings and feudal have cJ out. Time was, even m the not MITCHELL KEEPS COOL ITCHKLT.. Ihc labor'leader j is not he Indiislrial Workers of the lK-ir nr illl cr.ell VT3S AtKnUlng nt Ihe r.ritiono! con lerur-ce called to discuss the tin em nloynicnt piohlcrn. He Tvas in 11: of a of liic plan o tho rennsylvnnU mineis. who ilrif from coal field lo coal fltjd nnd divid up Trork until jobs can b found. ti." objected .1 man in the gal Icty. ''You're owncJ bi" .Mort'au.'1- Mr. Mitchell observed that ihe in Ihe Kullcry looked like an l.W-W, "Vou'ro a MM Hie -----1 i tho paltcry. "At least." rrplicil Mr. Mttclioll Oil "ho talks like an I.V W." An nltendant on Ihe should) of the man in the gallery.. 11 clinched v.lih (he guard, nnd the revolve-l out ovtr chiivs the of Mr. watcht with -in air of intense e rcrlalnly :icts an J.W.V.' Mitchell, as Ihoush still in doubt. At tho door the man turnc-0, swuns1 one arm r. ]nmchleES way at the puanh vented nn epithet or two. spat at HIP, and ran. Mr. Mitcheil roildeil he-nl ns trough satisfied and to the aiiO-encc. IS l.V.'AV." he. omething About ihe Man Who Is Likely to Succeed Sir George Ross. rr-tUAT Sena I or Jl'-v-itt Boslock will J 1.e "the choke the Liberal niciniiers of the Dominion Keu- le lo taUc the of party n't lie Huuso iu succession to he late Sir CJcorpc Jloss ELCIP-S to br ohcr.illy' a'llniittcU. Ktnator Ilostock to'ail second in th-? hallotliif; >vliicli csultcd in the titvaticn of the late w ENATOR BOSTOCK TO BE NEW LEADER? and of. t-.c Uoyat Aprk'aHural yo.jitiy, Srnci-rit) Is trie Oiyniin.'ir.t keyuote of 3-fs that act or. Ho Is in puUtu-s for who.t do f'.-r L'ar.adx and not for v-hut CatiAda ran ilu tor him. thut [inlcly is not true of all our Tho Sciritor's wife- has one of the farters in his KUCCCF.I, She lii-Corc her ;i1uniugc on Jnnfc 12. Lfzzlc -.lean SlcCoinhie, daughter of llrjth MtConi- IJLC. lisq., K.C., of Ithamdale, ilon, JOngland, and Chancellor of Durham. cader to the at the opening of scsH-on o[ ar.d Ltfore (his i-apcr goes to press TV III hag Fjccc-c-di-1 in tnlfillinr II ost.ry djy p.-pn (JcorE-j lU'unrd Sh is r M tI'.e Court of Kins Hi m-i yt-ar.i ago, appolnicd jtiv to a journal, he to Iho that cecui'mtrf of tho stall-s UF; fvi-nirsr dress. Tha first niplil he- Monpt-.l :.l :t'.c -lour .t ih-Mtre tj.' rvn'aitcnddin. or if mm i mid Hi rat o i lucnily enterlalncil. his tennnlfl in jatchea for-nn evening reili.lli (a G i- lerin for which there [s no JC...., Ish quite in a Lively those were, loo, CONSENTED TO ATTEND CHURCH SO KIND OF THEM, WASNT IT? WtlATKVKU (lie tv.iltomc of llic I'lrtcr ii'ay (or may uol) lo he, an rely ono of ftivattr: Is Ihf! following mHcrlli-eiiicnt, wlilcli ruLcnily .1 in Kvcntns Tolegraiib: U. V. F. ncira-HIlcfilmmt. A Service1, t'niler (he ftiisitires of the absvp, wlil ht hrld in (lie Cathc- ilrnl on Sunday, 1st l-'ok, nt p.m. Prt-aclior: Kcv. T. (i. a Collins, U.IX, Hector Ht. -Mir.c.V Church, llcv. J. Mftconnglile, Mln- IS'OP rorlwllliani Ohnrcli, nntl Ilev, y Gnnrd, MethcxlSst Church, will (nltc part 3n the Service, Lwtl anil l.ailv Londonderry t-Mi'C kintlii T'TOr.iiwi to attend. onlor) Jon.v THE EMPEROR'S BEARD IT U almost to tr.e vecerable tourilcjunco of th( 'C-ror Francis Joyc-ph .viihout bushy aiOe-.vhSEfeorv. The latest stnr; IE thai i ho J-Imperor has bci-n wEJiting for some time to shave them off. The Kmpcror's n'-arest socs, have been much alarmed at the prospect of seeing the head of the r.-jihcrjl hi3 world famous' fceard: and Oiay m-ulo iirsc-nt representations to the effect, that his facial uniiiue nmwig rulers, that it is I'suturesq-Jt, and that il Ins the .'.isrinct merit of having rrealed what rec-jrdt-d rvs tiio exchis'.vfi Asistnan type, wliioh nn- It dune. Side whiskers a !a Joseph are r-opular In tho tiKijisrohy, in the army, Em- >eror, in the'.face of runwn-, has had to yield. BUTLER'S STORY ELIJS I'AUKBR BUTLIill years ago wroic a story which he thought would fit info 1he 01 or.o of the smaller inagaz'r.e.i. He sent the story to the editrr. It ivaa print- ed, railiag to rcetivo piyjnrnr, he mide an inquiry. There caiuc a check for 32. The humorist returned thi! the message, "Voti pro'uably ntei thLs nioro than 1 do." To which cittor replied; '-Thank you. AVe do." HILL'S ECCENTRICITY IHS Uill J. and -L are cprtainiy tho mid folks. Not long ago I.ouis Hill created ;i sensation Ly his litiv private car on tlie Grcnl Xorlhcia Railroad. He has torn the v.'hole hinder end out of It. made II inlo a cnraMO, equipprsi it with prac- le acd thcro you nrc. _Tii comes to a town lie wants look a iiltle over, he just t.nck ilcor, shoots out (hi hkiilp, :ks his automobile down the in- ar.d buzzes away. is nil very said the wf-ijpcr apcnt for ono of the t-ic out hern lines laicly, "Hut, The- i (our o'.ui) ncc-J O'.ir only A known as tije commandcr-in-chlef the majority of the Senate. Hon. Mr. Uostoch is an Englishman y birlh and education. He la the (Jest saa of Sr.mucl Iloslock, ot (he crmitago, Walton Heath, Surrey. >r..3, and on May next will c fifty years of nee. Ho is, Ihere- DTC, a much younger ipan at the time f Iila ascension to leadcrthlp tlian ilher Sir- Illrhnrd Cartwrlght or Sir eorge hif two predecessors.! Ie was educated Lj- tutor at Kuuon, Ittor, ami Ouilford, ant! then wer.l anibriJgr, ivhcre he received h's taster of Aria eepreo ia 1SS5, in icuhymallc.s tripos, Ihirtl clar.s. After hrco years' s-tudy of mack stone and >ther Icsal nylhorillcs h'o was called o Iho. l-r-r Lincoln's. Inn in 13SS. Five years' experience as a ister was sufficient for ountr Cosfock. lie hwinl the call of ida, gave up his rirofcssion, crossed he big por.ii, ami 'went all the way Canada to JtriUsh Co'umtLa, hU name to-day is nlr.iopt nuch a household word as -ir MclJriile, Tie went into ranching nnd fruit-growing. his f nrd work for the honest development ot Iho Pacific Province so nllr.ichd :he rtdmiratlon of L13 jiaw nclghdons Hint three after Ma arrival he was r.Oininated as the l..iliCMl candl- dttc for Yalo-l'aribC'O, and was clcclod 313 majority, Vnle-C'nriboo was a ww fonstUucncy Just formtil by unit- ing rW'nga of Yale (in.1 1-oth of whlc'i hail elected ijf-forc ?Ir. .cArani-c In llic flclJ. In Ihc House or ho rnpidly made lilmntU felt as a force, and was chosen as it by tlio Lllior.-.l parly. He Introducrd tho Mil In wliirh compelled the ml'wny com- pan'cs to pathos lo iitcmhcra of Parliament, 1" he called to Mm Senate, wl-.trc he has been one of Ihe most ustfitl mcmhert. l-Hru1t rnnrhlnff was nol the oriiy ItrHlsh Colnnit-la enterprise that Irnelcd Senator Hf-slock's nttendC'R. 1'or n. while lie prdprfflor of U.c Vnncottver J'rr.vinrr. Ihe IradiiiR1 trnl netveiiajicr of lliM pr.rt of tiiln. Hft hnsi larffu Invrstmr-nl3 In ft number of Ir.duMr'os nnil ppcnlF of Ills vf nt away. o re't sonin lo Ijf. any answer to eccentricities of that sort. HIS "SOFT' CORNER Dlt. .1. T. of the Ctnlral 1'rison, an fund of humor, for which he Is widely One of t. storLp.i wafl to'd ibc other day at at-'.CTin? prison -wardfns and farJl-er Hulkr. A lady hafi hwn over a priwn, nd during the converjation" hctwcen erself and th? warden, remarked that no man wns 50 Inrtler.ed ar.d that a lender nnd symraUKtlc chord not ho found hi coot-r of his heart. "Oh, yes there .TTC'" raid the war- den. "I've pot somi yo'J take mo to tho lidy pith a positive air. The warden conduced .tlio iady n. ecrt.Tit) paliory in .the prison nnd h.iiu-'i In front of a cell whtrc n rii.m r.ursins a rat. "Tjiorp yon arc'." escl.ii inert (he ).i-1y triumph.intly. "fiid I not tell yrtuhat he had a soft corner in iiis hf.iit! Look nt hinj unreins that rat! TJo you rjucrlcrt iho 1-iOy of tlic prisoner. was the reply, "I do." do you hive, "Hcc.-inae si-mtched IhC1 M.TT- rtrn's face lost c-unc thoprympt hooks, his office hours liave generaJly i ten tc r.per Iiis ho) idays short v r ihun thoae of his No man h-vs been bo cxns PL-HI Hugh" strict nVoul own ilnic-tahle he has vn his own'account, sill iho ilrJlliui: thai felt to the shnre of the 'Gnin'l OW MnnV olfsprin-. It is told of "iFCo'anl's chJhlisli