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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Cora Hind First and Finest Western Woman Journalist 'u ihc i'itil JVfkuj HtlittHi O.ifiuiu intJ ID 4 I'wntHtt Wi'lur flic AllTHUJl I Krmn'i HU A irrlUr tit-. nmMli m lo lu'M Inuiti 10 W JUi-1 fttis I.YM in J.urhtr tall of htrlliftl u.orilitf vrktb i wht-n la not plienumAiioh On. blltbo aJi .Hrtu, and ooov- affordi many comptii- i for meagre Saturday on- i. When It been up ITJIIKK U In Can l-olul of UJIM M wJJ M In cf tm In m lUr Jour 4Ut of Itir (rf A.G. MACKAYMAY QUIT POLITICS li Aleo a PmiiUlJ.y 'I W 1 If May Get Into tta Cabinet SUCCESSFUL IN LAW The I'ornur Onliirto Opposition Leader Done Well in 1-1U Profrwrtion in A Fill CAN KOLIHKKK MAKK HI'UvMMI) SJG.NAUJvKS, 04 Lrtaklrwit. i'JiVaXl III Into Hy W, A. N Ontario product v.1ium li much Uun bt circle In tha V'til Hi prevent Ua.0 In iho lion A- a UacKsy, K-L1.. M.I..A. for Alhu, i lo ID Ihe wwW no city or people uu. yield. One uutfi to llJud A roport V Brii QtivorninttNl upon B. doinlnaUng I lure of OrUaiiUil wan at for jGino Inforniotloii. tJaiw Hint ubIt, to furnlah It, much to bli HurvrlMi. lit. llllovrwd htr 10 tUTn of hla report In to tho tn aJrctuly Iver licar OH Imr wu plwlxci When UJai HJaii oaan to ;if oo [J VTM oVillTT a ton Fumacfta wero not eomnion firoce .an fl cwo. The Ur U ao ttAl apt lo hacacM EaonUM IL U tnia IDA divided Inia Wo i vhKb. you could U> only mcthtf lo milk by tbe Watf JTiLMh DKTC tu 1.UH- dto tko aolld frvK ot ULnfl bi Uuil ..__. used lo to uie t-WTwboH. iJw In moocMLU, wrtUch (or wilkinv on KIOW. ana (tlntnf In a Parliament Ijtndlnu In the Albrrl tho of tho Oppo Itiou In tha OnUflo Ixjfc'lsla-lure dclcg puzLlltiK Alrjirta.ni Uie member who connlltute tho OpixiEitlon In With Ihbf dtralnullva ton ol tt.ft the oW (Irt buy Jj about nn j a thurtdcrfitOnn at n gvilfn And to i hi Conser- vatives throuchoiit the: EYorlnot he [u uboui dlnoon- Public Byer FRANCE HAS HER NLt HAA LLOYD GEORGE; 11! kl the pivot of lalp, but communl- QUM Croui liln homrj dlitrlet are now down to fiucli B, definite- that It would not be MurpHilng f tomfltli.nt' tong-lhlo In rbo not far-dig tun t future troika. -Will Mac Kay enter Llm Ihe question thai Iho ConKsrvci- UVM are aafclng, and It IB'OB'B rrblch might well ba an a wt rod In the affirm- Out In that dLaiant I'rovlnce- of iho TOST faith, have It all floured out to their own Us Tux; ie member for without portfolio claim. Imre bet-n Uircuph Uic Dl a held, and Ilia pnrtr hn U" ILertThoHiM. French M.niiterf of MuTntioni. Much like Bnlkh Premier. ADMIRE, OTHER Says Work of ftriUirt and of Her Leader Has Be-en Wonderful. E an can i In Paris, rt- rri-jt Albert Thfimai. the of Munlllonu, anfl Rh'fB hit oC him an fol- an, views of Albtrt homes, v.-orkc-r of [knoivn as the Kr'.-ncli IJ'tyd O which IH i irllmln io both c( munltliine. one of the busl- tfll mt-n Lu all Uit worH, HonalUy 'ipon genius In fVante hanKS l'Jtf rctnlt of WOT rnor trull' ptrhftrm than upon thr [renlun of any fnllltary comraar'lfr. aal-1 Mr- ThumaH. "cotilrt be tnnre Inspiriting later th of Munitions nnfl ha Mln- in the f.ilihriil, unaolflsh and! IbU JunL arisen from a sick bed Hi j 'iy list aprlnt- All Of may account for rumors to-day ft hi 6 relSramunl. A cerinln Edmonton doctcx- tomelilnr to SAY miy havo ha-I Jn the milter, li Is any truth In the (aiten for port It WAV. ihoafh, thfit If Oio Hoi. A. O. M'tc- Kay Is Boning It Ls he- on of irork or a dan- oiifl etraln oc hla physical flUicu has made It r.ccc-53ari% .Grey coun- !r loo "bonnlo a fccliUir" 10 quit cold with his boots on. A3 to him Into Hid CfJilnel 13. as the, post mlrtl. Bay, bftrsu ol (inothftr color. For If thcr-J LH room far another arouivl.tho Bit- ton cJeunapl board ill AJtcrta who would no man !n of being' wi (Jrant Mnc '11 nnouncod to oji end .unary Umt oe- of I full fff goodwUL The _ PwtnCi'l f OTOB Hamilton.Now Has the Most Wonderful Mayor There Is piiTllclnaleii In Ut-ucral Smuts' victories over the emmeni under the luperb dlrrcllon i colonlca. "f that Trondtrful ITIM. Llcyd i. two years Uivrt roL cnly Iho eloseot .technical co-opprallon between iho two Oov- ernmtnts, bul a constantly jifl now Lneffactnbly deer frlendahlr ihe two men. This la of grMl hnporlance, for It hri BomB of aulhBTitlflUy, In thatl It cmamlM trom 111. Wealem i a treat human belni, with braUu I to bum', and a. haart that herer tlrea iJni A friend. Bo hi I LrLbuia of mn In o 1 tnd ol a, Tvo AurfatJMa ilwaya hold In motaoryi int BB.HHT- Church Uto wtw ceodMctW ulth jlo-wloa- com wMch Mt I U ID A elMi by amotn n I 1 b a aod parMUi vfao pUfU rMt the mMiUlpiKM, vnokM CfcDCh to Toroata fva mote a LMtor to tte I bold iw.d otf bnK tae nrift to mjhtu wb I fuC_. UM woold to 1 Too wfll bo almUBrly honored In a. your TfCOSlC thfl province. It IA not 'at all '.nfi Ml.fl Hind, bul lUcaiy. with a qvWcrfnl of brotbcra, The second rumor, which, lo those of the Weatam; Her I who know Mr. MacKty, haa a very In print wua an sound, but which rwars on Iho loo plenteous nation of 'Ugucr at Yuletlde. thrill thAt exptrlKica Con hoM, lo that after tbe PTEEWII ntum (o Iho etHlor of of tha Alb'erta the for ihe Prtsa, tbough mer onL-irto teixler la llbely to with IM thren Eho conducts n. Ftpnim with flmw Irom M well brvlua. At one Haa Boon Overworked time- ahe ateJiotjrkpaed In a _____ most JtenJfUd Drm. tho Herald, Bho'ilpoln U mertlnff.1 In support of! paper publUfhed In trie conotllu- wenwm'o woa given ft. I enor rupreffented by Mr. MaflKay apMch ac4 jgjyj a clove foUwer Alberta poH- jab. nerw bar 1n- or vocai freedom. ld Lately MlM Hind wua Uia ooa- I WOBia cnnbWl and. their hta-ls to dlacuM much thai reaches Tar beyond the matter of munition., for thin war, to maho A Btudy of thfl greater problems which In genr-ral will concern the future of the zrer-t whlcli fLBht hide by el-le. French Admire George CANNOT too ex- my sen-e cf prlv.le.fB G. hivim; ii.id tuo op.-ortunk'ir of woi Mr. LJoyd Gcortrr-. Ih ME own words, we have been 'acting to- gether an two patriotic Kuraiwans.tn Hie broad Ml r-nd an two dftino- crale.' France his fnnni litr cloyc ncqiiAlntance with Lloyd George t, comnenEHtlng circumsLaTiCc durlnG [he wjuUe ruiil horror of thla war." I'T Upial the Convend'ons and Given the Cily a A'ea Style of Ihe Phenom Last at End oj Year? veotlon of tie 'Onlted of I be o dl.t1i.ct loaj lo tlK> as highly i In Edmonton: .Thai hody In Athabaaco It would almofll Irre- of ttf. tnvfcilen Hon. A. 0. c-ipcrt from Uia clutchaa rf Iho Grtm work and vollttejr to ILll sravr- yrinlg, nnd, while Hae r.viva TToiilfl bo rcgwrrtrilv ruccKed. IL wcwrid to bo admitted thai tho blc Ontarlbn Yuvd choeon the wiser -part In warning. Iho mtui from Oor Hie Alhcrta wouM be qulot spot, Indoefl. the MaynnaO ctelr. wrll, but the mtM the chfl or thay they artn' n tho chair at ttu crucl.il moraenL pin their ftJth c Booker M Ihe -plus ulti of -clrlc flrit eemilcmen. Conalde hla and the the time came 'for 111 raffutKT line of candidates for lh Ma-yoTftl Job to put Ihelr wares i the counter, .Mr- Booker dijpUy, but Qutally mado known he waa In the alay the lalter'blt of Information bain aonicwhat because BO fe look him aerloualy. Who was Boofce no-TT that he'.was a Alayornl pbeslul what the cltltena aakcti In .buBlne-aci a tnllor; public life, n member of the Don.nl tatimt Hlaa Hind aAd Un. Xo- the onLr tyro TTomen In. Who'' tha tJaloa of whon In Wlnnlpoej, Ud KcClvna-, who forty- h.M B> girl and four bom mifht her years of Winnipeg la fiwl of nny- of tha Great Mlra i Hind' wviB barn In ToronLo. So waj and-her mother's mother. Iltr father IIBJ lain In a Toronto cemetery, ever Blncc aho WDA a chlW- lllnd'a phUosophy aliout you may pcailbly read Into It a rcflor on thai, with It-i rrutnlfold It hu hid Ilia inoetlmablo blrnalna- of lora- lion In tho midst of Noith America and on a which La.sJw B Mgh road be- Appearance K dUn tho Hon. A. 0. Is not In neat the Or-poaltton hoa a coniparaUvoly time, for It li thfl GoTcrnment'a jo lot tho Oppostflon Tftmrile fuilT on way. Tho iMvr-drawn- BpOMhca of Loader tijchoncr nnd hta man hnvc rvo moro efteol on Prfn-lo? tween Europe nnri the cxtremeal Bren when U crude ai waj co'iroopolltan, Tho world did nol" no atoppod In. It Con- ttouM to ttop Lo, tmJ Winnipeg ecta looktnff wan, nol i-wcmblLng In "the. lout tho or- rtlrao' ei On tho occutoQ In. quoallon had addressed a bis mooting In m TaOrthom, manufnolurlnff town, and then. It helri? too into to return to London, ho hod ncoopled hor.plUllty of n. county marnato, proffered ovor the 'phono. however, he nrrlvwl a I Iho Trnyvlda sbaflon nearest to nlv boat's residence, ho found no rehlcle g for him, lanRlli a typical Irish Mrmnt sliding1 up and aald: M.iybc you're tho Enrl of Dfrby." Vben ho found he tms correct In Ills Bunnlso Ihe man wns prufviac In rila "Oh. Bhuro, your he inld, "il'a rcnl eorrj' I wn havo kep' yci walling. Bul I was torrid lo look out for a lord, Wllh a deprecatory Bnrt Ma than LUlcry the nolaiest e ot so Candidate Boottr. Barring on-cominlltal sp'eoch or two and o nfiwaptper adverUilrif. the dependent's campaign seenied Lo be with air rifles .encers, EO qiilct vraa IL Buch facie- tc he hud already ac- ulred as ft. Justice of thb peace cjtriwrdlnan- of Charles G- tho action cards told the putjllc thai h a me In wxtenso wa.3 ChfirUa Good- nougb Booker, which drove the wlls his rtuiks to dMlnrt that Charles' Mdln WAS for leni. AJ JiuiUBJn' came near the oh Booker became louder; httl oil! Of two. accordlo? to pirtl: lip. It waa uHher Cooper ur llorrla, ITS! Booker his nmves ve- oinin- The Public knew llt- OT nokriinp of M. Thomas, who had prown very pumcst, nnc] from the treat Ublc In his o uracterlatlc- aJly French otflcc. whlcl. Is nonw itf offlclE.1 ICSB s' -rnrk.Tiejil.ltc and rfflclen plaro hecnuic it has im-1 highly, arils lie .tions. He beckoned and we wen1 to chimney piece at the room'3 end There lie pointer! nul i but plKisLne lllUe porrn aln, and HJ; I sa.w before me Lloyi Georga'iri a ccckctl faa.1 lialdlog be .ween bis lunda and knees a shell. Such mug-3 have been made Great BrlL-iIn and In and n r Booker had irortdng for a mmo nlcny or how fclrn. He morally cflirte the falpful first night of the new Yeftr. Vvhat a hen It wia li'ilotvn that loofcar hart sallopej from the by eoa'eral ncclts Vbal had to Morrla ant Cooper to the .illftrjl eandldfit' ach the Tho complete an- swer haa yet to hft given- The Book aa before aa lo rltM helr melhcds: aJl that was heartt the wlnner'B speech, waa Inugh Icr and yet more laughter. W A Man of Nerve HAT manner of man Is Ihl once ChoTlos O-. but now C jo found on tanking fron noasTLnl's sbeJf lo the eerred ciegAnt InblM of the aristocracy. Anglo-French Friendihip HE Ailflo-French frlcridshi 1 wriloli will follow thla 111 be mirturtd with the ulrnosl car by I'Vance- The ITTO nntlons not on! arc hold together by the pact of IJIT don. to UB Is not a m but by tha full oat accord ol-r A New Pholo of Prince of al the Front rpira heir lo the British ihrona Join- ed the army days ofter tbo war beean. AcRiiaL 1. 1911, as a sec- md Ucutcp.Qnt of the arenoiller uards. In tho folloT.-lns N'ovembcr to France ns A.D.C. lo Sir otn French, and on the Ulh of the noiUh w.i-1 promoted lo llnu'-pnani. 1S16. 1I.R.H. transferred to Kg-ypt iu a cLifl- aplaln to ihe co.nmander-1n-c.iJero[ he Mediterranean RxpiMliiionary "crce. On being pramoiffJ to hl3 criUil canuJn-c-y. he was. list. Oclober, posted as a general stuff wcond sradc. at aniiy head- quarters In Fmncc-. Ths Prince ol Wales. lm-i bees dndar ftrc In tbe iEs, published noiillc-rs' lol- relnle, hes twice bern menlloneJ Sir John French "mentioned" him for spoclnl work tie a liaison Officer ht Ne-.vo ChApeuus, for Ami tbnrongnnasa In per- r.cft of duly, nnd deep Inter- est In the men's ivellfAre. Sir Doug- las Halp "mf-nUoned" 'him more re- cenUy "for and. dlsUnaiilBheJ conduct In Ihe field." Smut's Successor a Good Soldier General Hoikins Haa Had Long E.spcricr.-'-e in Rouijh bruins Jintl licarls bound ties' forced into like LhaL of fin- ceL 3lcel the fiery furnace of the war. "In the fice of Ihr. efficiency nml dtvotion of our' alllea 11 pivcB me In- C-xpresF.ble pleasure lo ho ahla to pay an compliment. In recop- Booker, Mayor of Iiajn- j 0( my owll countrymen's slml- First a man of. nerve, next n ol Rood na-ture. l a man of inucli of n roconl lo go to tl but Mr. IlooKer waa wi plpnaed With It. 3ald Iho about to' bo coiled on lo asled Mayor, "Dookor hna hRi no munici- pal Heine achool (nm- tee Isn't enouBh; he'll be weak. fuMy wcalt, proverbial on tho duck'9 bactc. Tho Pranlor JusL mid smiles, ntid the arpimenl IB, cioopl on rare occwrtons. Tha Govern- ment It scarcely worth while replying1. But thj it la thtro 's drfTerfint atary to tell. T celled on to deal ill, city "Ifwlra. Desldea, hn Isn't much." U fior the will be old style, the that, qualities." XI. Thomas went on, Evc.i lo rnir, pcrfcclly to understand their hart reason or Movement, in this lliay havo baen Tlieac emomce olhar qualifications, which need not he here.... Mayor Boolicr was cetrtor waa a. no doubt, save him the flehtlnE spirit An- olhcr ptoRenltor was a mayor of Hamilton: from this facL doubles Iho ambition .to go ond do As for his nerve, j thhajr; apart from his nervous system, j ha.1 occasion lo docoralo with tho I Humane Society Modal. "With the flccornllon there also wenl a A COUGH STORY QENETIAI, CiOUGIT, who has been Insignia of high rank in the Legion of Honor, tells a gooxl siory Of on Irish soldier he once hccji In moro or loss ,T.h Iho tlmp. A'few dnys iJter hla election, during the Interregna Installation, Mr. [looker ilrlft- od y Into- the mvoral cham- orthodoi ICecpt Lcgulahire Lirdy HT) WB member for Alh-irmsp.i takae n tlondleh Oollght In Ian tallzlnp ht.i opponenls. so that whe jaftrtlculftr.y Eonroleca or Inane re innxh Hroppcd by on hon. member h [n out, and for l i tn the Not a murmur from Mr. DooHcrl Controller Morris, tho Liberal candidate, kept on telling voters he. wna lha man for ihe Job. BooVer on milling! Booker Stirpr-wd Them IIB TorlcR, hard pres.iod for a man, plendcfl wtth B acoro or the floor honor (s .not llko Jl. The motor outside I slhrtcl uoy.ml I lie sTal.on-yii bera fuid culmlr In Ihc Mayor's cTmlr; Just to (rot Ills bpnr- Insn, as ho told the scandalized on- ookers- He bis llltlo use for the onventlonal in 'municipal life, rxnd Inco hlB tippenrancc nt 'Uie City Ifill te hEU3 upcet many a conven- lon hljh.y treasured by former mayo ft. Mayor Hooker, nllhoush once a lunclay nchool _ In j wo a years boforo ho saw thu irmjur.u mlnulw after Iho chrunber rcverbef- olixi with tho UO.KJ of his desk Ihumplnf. AB a mailer ot fact, no Opixjalllon mombor suro of hla dig- nity or of being nbTo to mAlntaLn thai air of "gavolr fniro" when ho nws him tho Rood-nal'inxl, srnll- Inff, connlen-iJico of the Atha- baecftn representative. I'orHamcntary work IB mixture cf dnty antl -plcjjiird to Alexander OraiTl and ho t.ihes IL Sir keen a Ifciittator In he, Ihoiish, thnl no liO'V or how IMwrlouii tho committees cf whole, ho mrJtes a point, of stay- so to stand, but they nil, wlih one or more excuses, hacked oiiL Then Controller Cooper was Inchlwl and liecAme Iho RoaL a lust dwi- rlns aUcn.pl tho Conservatives approached Mr. Hooker and appealed lo him to withdraw from Iho field Mr. Booker vvaa Indtgnanl, really and truly BO. nnd In thirty or forty lines of iiowapapor apnco flung Hie Insul In HID teelh of Iho terrified Tories and the fight, wns on In all Its three cornered ferocity. Conlrcllcia Morris r.r.tf Ini dean to the In ckic (oriGalloa uia 'their a fondness for cigars (tho plpo auhorn) 'luid n Icanlnir to-1 v.-ard hotel men. ichom lie conahlcra have bscn rother bwlly Ireatix. since the ndvcnt of prohibition. Hn la not in orator, nor yet a speaker In Uie public sense, hut being n. senlnl ?orl of soul ho con tell opportune stor- ies and tountn tho filing ono of Iho Joys of his life. But lal It nol ba thought Mayor TCooknr la be- cause of li.s ccnlaJlly; far from It. Ho believes In business flitl. be- fore oven safety first, when civic maUcjA on and party nfft.lMlona or anyone's nxo to grind, lie Irvahcs.right antl left, no matUr Low the chips may fly- All the grown-up nihlcs arc -boys1' him. and, he raA. on occasion, h out blU of phlloEOfblo p.dvlca lo Uio gnlnlty of five my men." said Oough, art- dressing tlio pnn.de, "I am very proud lo pin Ibid meilaJ on Iho breast of Patrick Flynn. r.nil lodge five pounds to his credit In the bank as n reward for his Great pluck-" Pat bliLshoJ, looked at his superior officer, and KilJ: "If H's nil the same- to I'd you'd pul the fivn-nound note on me chr-st and lorlge tho medal In :ho bnJik." "hoys" of tho Hoard of Control, aa naturally becomes a former .Sunday school superintendent- may nol bo saJil May r Hooker la vain, but ttio citizens havo thrlr opinion of him slnco ho rcturncO from llin Hydro-lUtJln] conference In Toronto llio olbfir week lo tell hla confreres thrvt. while I hero he waa the "cyr.osuro cf ail tycsv" tho cyca o( Kir Adam neck, of coursts leading ihe prOcflssTon- The present wondtr In Iho Hnralltortians Is how >raytr Ho 'rtii out fit iho close of his fhsl ji-r.r. Will ha bo p. winner cr cv buslod phtftom? _ __ NB advantage accruing to lha peopla from our far- fi-un's K-T.plte is Lhat Jt Is til- i possible to fine exactly sort of man for the ]ob when It comes lo waging, war In a difficult and dangerous country. General R- ILosklns. for exam- ple, wlin succeeds General Simita In tha EjisL African command. li would be Indeed difficult to hit upon n irmn innre eminently suited, bolh-hy nature and training, for tho conduct'ot the son of campaign now waged In the Interior of Ger- many's last and biggest colony- He is n scientific soldier, lie Is an old African campaigner, an adept at. In ths bush ngalnst nallvea ami ncllva levies. 13orn In 1511. General Joined'ihe 1'rlnce of Wales' Korlh. tftffordslilre Ilcglmenl In to a captaincy nine years filer. vVhen the Lroko ut ne fillcrt the poet of of the King's African I'.lflM. 'rlor ho Bftvr a lot of sllff ampalBnlng In Bomftlllanrt !n pur- nil of the "Mad one o? the nirdeal and tiring rf 3 many "little wars." Tills was In 1302--V .hat "dftlo. however, General had Ferved his apprenticeship to lha art and myslcir of deFcrl warferc. [R ]S3o lia :fouRht, ns a subaltern. in tho Doneoln EUpetlltlon under Kll- chencr, wlioso favorable noLIco he t lucky enoufch to eecure, with rta-Jli that lis waa R.ven lha tuiitty of accompanying him In, various starts of the ndvnnn tp ths Us which culminated In the Omdurmin, ;