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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KHIDAY. Al'lUI, T1IK l.KTlimUDGE DAILY A PAGE ABOUT PEOPLE-SiJeliglit PAGE ELEVEN s on Men lit HMD IMS 1H6BOY SCOUIS Has for Years Pursued the .Work of Training in Toronto. OF B.-P." H.v N'. H. K T. At' the lieadquar- Im o[ tlie Ontario Bay Kcouls > the corner" of Itloor .and -Sherbpumc streets, Mr. tialnlns. or thousands if! I boys lie 'good I .number .of years ominisgjouer mrnnjond lias vurauinc-ihis work effectively anil Alpiast too liat It.U not Mr." Hammond's Eiturc iu advertise.' A man or lithe, lellc build. 'alVirowd but kindly face, liis wliolo'sympitnles'are with j SrowJng mar.y years I If. 1ns the >6uuE. Canadi "iltlzeilF., ..Kor awarded is C, O'Kelly Got a Stretcher Party CuJ H'cre Wuns Instead of Canadians Slorii a Canadian I'.C. and Women in tlie Public Eye ADVERTISED FOR A NEW IDEA w IIBX a arier Iht C'rocs, anil account ivork he had done earlier1 the deed tor whltli Admonishing O'Kelly printed in the "r .liMC usually springs up a crop 'ol >llur yarns lhat go ihe rounds ol lie army, which relitc limner ad- of [tie winner or tlie moat honor in the world. The fiillon ing story about Cant. Patrick O'Kelly, V.C. M.C1.. N'eAt jamut of t 11 France a seriously hit: (Jo arid SH a siretcher parly." "Very good, eaM Kelly. Ai.d Uien, to Col. Foster's horror an 1 atnuzernent, O'Kelly Voae '.o full height In that battered, shatter- ed jkkcc- of N'o Man's 1-ar.d, juid drawing his revolver, staged straight ;j towards the enemy. CoL feeler, fearing that O'Kelly's nce a >car ago. XVlicUicr it isjnoajl rue or nol.' O'Ktlly Ms never 'of lEs'jtliis, shouted a aid- Bui hundreds have' -i'o Ullt With had Mr. worj; oMMs iind. !ir I jib "old oceu- pied his atlentioii, arid It w.-ia not i until'mo'.lha.t h, became Interested i In scoulKic. At first he was reluci- I (o'taae'iiji work, as It'was >hen iiracllcMly. unknown In tin- 'da, but after careful V f'vt il, not., covered the he waa' alfMdy Interested It, I hut; up many .he accepted j the; command of. the Fourth Toronto Troop of Boy Scoulf. In Hie aulinnn of that year the tint Im- rorlorit'mecllfc of the inovem'eia fn I'anada was held at the City Hall aud over by Earl Grey, who vIMted for that pnrpoie. In January, nil, jjr. Hammond "waa vited lo a mcetinr 'at Government House and there was asked to; lalte nvfr the Provincial secretaryship. (his M'r. Karambnd''rwllaed lhat ke.Biust sacrifice -his -Ibuainets inter- ests; .but hciiftti ,la accept the fioit for v fray, at he-wiplalnefljiwitfc row- "famous" the Utlidt'Ic to', i participate iii.' the' rally Al r the... of -Kim pnc-'huritlWd and forty fanadian bojri, of whoa! wej-e from Ontario W6ra -r-x- niade Iht trip. Ilinjruond them otrtjic officers'in he orAry Kilvei _ _________, highest decoration of the kind which CQirlje bestowied. At the request of ttake of Con- nairght. Mr. Hammond, hi company Smith, who has Seen killed rn action, toured the Uo- minion in In Oclpber. 1J1S, Mr. Katnmona went overseas and visited the train- l Ing camp. In Eniland and the Caiia- i rtian'. lines hi Trance, an ef- fort to personally meet all old scouts who were servlnc over lliere- In the haU Of Ilia honie now hangs i gonR made "tronv the case of a H. 'KuJdenl Has; as ind .Going .Strong; By HUGH RKV. -KNOCH 1C2 Victor avenue; Hits romid- -pit 'hlB.JOIb by' all llie 'cfn- minf-tc.rfjil vtt- erati of" Oit early OiyV. prob- then Mr, tht city Kiort from .insljnifi- canct ..and .iur- I' hy ,for- csis -'ti'-ita prts- 3iie- boim- For Ms was awarded "the hoti- wars- Silver' Woft by the Chief Seoul, D foVwarcl. nly IialteJ and leaned And tl'p out Ctf 'A- Bliell-h'ilp three Germuis, 'their liamts ihe O'Kelly IM these' Ihree hark to where Col. fenelt beside ihe woun-lti.1 and "Here's .three, sir: K >Wl[ wait 8 moment. I'll get another'" Uiit Foiter, torji an- xiely over this nunoemTe. .jrdored O'Ktllj- lo take cover. And UIB BE A ML ENDOW ___ I i j His Invilalion to Proletariat lo ike Over Hungaiy R suit of Desperalion. UROUK. K HA-XXARD. 'a'. Winnipeg, Is one of tht leading s'.ioe in Wes'trn Can- Take Over Hllngaiy Re- .condiictirs Kiwe progifHiv. tho prsirie capital. One of jliis which Is Just ;A HIT OF A FANATIC i I recently afttr A "L'harUe" ItAumnl has liati a lather interej.iiiEr career, startins lift 33 a ne.vsboy and Lat-r h-i ivas a nevi-spipcr reporter, and a telejaaph operator: then ho ahc-e xiinc iu which ht haa RCOT- ?d a signal by his 'Ivencss aad has r.l- wayjs taketi a prominent pirt In On tlon 10 hiTii of an to "the proklarUt of lor Justice and aupporr atjalnfl Ptace Conference" not rectivcd xa betokening-any s.vnipatliy 1 with Botshevlstn. ihc news of tlie upheaval hi Hungary ivaa nxade public New York friends of the Uu.-i- Parian Provisional rrofidcut eipreee- (d the cjilnion his prcclamalion must have been a o( dt-sptr- atlou." So 5ays ihe York A from Paris this says (lie Bolshevist revolt in Hungary uas carefully :taged iq friglitcii ailits into beHevlns Itia: Geriuanj Coimt Karolyt la something ot n Uiulic. fay liis but la Huns aided O1 Kelly sucrecdw woundsd in ifely MR. BALFOUR HAS WONDERFUL CHARM, TACT AND JHREWDNESS Norman. Hapgood Discussci ihe Brllish Foreign Stcrelary's Gliaraclcrislics in Recommending New BooL on Balfour. WMTIX The Norman ;ood strongly recom- mends "The Mind of Arthur -Balfour; SelectioKs from tiii N'Dn-Polltical 'liisi 4Tld-AaflresieV a book re- the training pr ;the hii-irchool of lie conflicted, corner .it requisite 7 the.'raltirapli, but 11 reminded one cf x, threahinc machine, Mr. BirXer wks horn in ShiYflelri, New arid grtw up Jn Nova, fecotla, mJnvost tt the very pfacc where LonrfeUoiv drew the slory of Kvarlltline, and dorrn In those old Actdinn riaunls he ss the red together a collectton of .minerals and other rireclous products ol the earth, which still He ohlaincd his early education in Nova Scotia, and in 1SSO entered Toronto University, which then alccrS where the Parlia- ment Buildings now stand. This liuildiiigr was later turned Into an uylujn. There no railroads- in Can- ada at that time. .According to Mr. Barker, tha firjit Tocomotlve was turned out in Gpod'u" foundry, nfar 'he corner of Queen Lreelt. -H ,-wna pushed- through the l.y i treats in railway tracks, liajand ot YqiiRe' sttact him receive the, the eotifralulttlons" of the Duke ot T4r Hammond pltainht "vliiittrit Iicelkncy at Clftrtiics lloiine. Duke, was alluding to (he wort the ftcouls durhiic war. Evin'as lie spoke a mill-Van with an imlformfd scout sal on driver a cried tht erowtng: w 'There'a one now- Doing hli bit, They're a joKy jooil lol." "I yet ta lind jrhat people lerm.a .Mr. Ham- rnosd. ''If .boys' Iradert ivmilfl onli pallence to pick out th6 hrlirhi apirta1 (fiey would t'mt average to do rialit. r wish of looking south of (fit copy Hit Meal) ef the Public aehoola In England.. These twh Ihe koy to' a clean lieart and tsprlt de UnriMM- io Riahe all o. whkk up.In their lire worda'fair TM'. Sir HoWt Bajen towtll to CanaiSa.ln May Is "Naliirallr I farwari with Vetn. 'IMereit (o the TWt I am Ihe tMrl wllf rejolct to ktxxr tjktfriltlp will accompany him." the war all arouta over kten pkntlrullr i.innkfl will aid Cownlatfomr a rayal wtlconw foi Thru Ihey relura. ens, fl rmy a. friend centiy published, 'it I.E, lie saya, "a challenge to coneidtr Mr.'-: Balfour apart [rom his political- record; 'as a: thinker, a jptrli, i -5nd. Mr. ifapgood on 3Ie vi.-lurjnr liter hu character In an it stand siir'ly to its umlerlak-- ing. Nobodj; ever doubted llr. Bal- able. i' lo te ei- H. jner in the' to, by a turn of H ia no' He Is tfie Arch-Compirator of Bolshevism Throughout Europe. HE IS A POLISH JEW NO attractfoh of opr-osltes eouid be than that W- l.vecn iN'icoUI and Radek. Jiamorc and Pythtoa work of Iletall Asso- ciation is a I'res.- o' .Manitoba, and at picssr.t o( the Dominion Board its annual meeting lately In Ottawa. He believes in atlraclh planned advertising. in HolsLu-vist: Hie principles of iioishe-1 tills direction h-ts gone farther per- vlsm arc LoiaHy oppc-M to tus ideals. any qUlRr msn ;n He fa a democral. Xor. men who Ijave worked ,_ Karolji say. ars the IhuiparJans carried out lus j who would in the rnsticr ol aecurlng; corrjc Eotelievtiin. The spread u[ of the PflUheviu is ihuted ylnjroh, Wiiiuipep, of nhtc.h hp here io boralnvsat .irn-jj) Chairiuan-of the Pulpit Commit- I> tin soil. spritip of the Richot in Hungw ry tJcn and Is the taWt of j ws (rwn our Trtnch is goodly sire pliy- a slim youth dii- ilcaliy. Kadfik when not In his linen ani JUdck is true to'BoIelifivIani In the attire. ttie -cttlliir', .T Hit hair a atgp ot.tha.ikuH.the'cqat as '.If. Jl lc. "ha's- JS. ler- the Bluer-' Radek lias Ipte'of ntclr.'fc'ut Jilt Anders. In Ihe House ol Lords c which land's impress, lliroyg........., rf___ loved dnd follo-.Vecl him, England sl- ivaya has her men of her ilhodf-s, Gladstone, Chamberlain: she lias a quiet: and prevailing in it End lor getting tiling? burlier gov- erning tclass slso love a measured manner and calm indifference to po- litical prizes. -Mr Balfour's manner, his .love, of philosophy, dcbatintr, Iiis oeraonal charm ami his courage reached the House of Commons, as they" win eome who merely read'liis wrhlcn ivprds. A Briton will pass on man with whom nnt wouJd -I i (o Balfour out. Since those days the leader of the Unionists hM been an industrious mediocre with ro trouoleaome IndtvifiuaTiiy. and ap- parently Mr. Andrew Bonai- IAH- managed his luxk, belore the world war anj since, to Ihc.salisf.icUon ot thofce immediately concerned. 3ir 'Balfour'a reputation jeemti to hivs started on the decline until In th't T rvtf war. ho emerged as tlie man most I 1 trusted'in foreign diniomacy, not for imagination, Tor conceiving or em- bracing a startling futtire, tut for shrewdness and Judgment. alillily. forensic friend B n war ratuity 'eholci :hf .rii-'riKe pt and In 'onja illreita, or a piece in-Park- ale. the latter, for the .hflrbourne street at thati nly a cow path, and 'Jarvla street bdvc. :C'atllon was not stumped. In lSiu- tborfly of the Soviet republic. Ra- dek Tvill undertake 16 ovtrlhrow arvy but Is trutf to BoIahiviEm and never set (o work until Lentiic the order, Whether he la lesdirg liiii throtif h the or bJowinr op the rorvl palace t Bucharvvt, the man of neither (tar nor defeat. And he Ina hatred of the bour- quarter of family oent, he hi thinker tJiat he years liack. tvilr to e 'liberal noiv, for work acid Cruirch. Winnipeg1, of whkb Dr. Oyron Ktaiiffer. nt' Hon-i StieeL ChurcVi, is now tiia mliii-'.er. H was .this pulpit that Dr. .1, To- ronto San not only to free his caitr.iry Hapafaurt to people of Irflai Injustice M'J! tyrairar: he-' came. net. i biii, it Wfci'o'f aocUl k 5lve and ,Jr Hindlty.. Mavor of Wno i lollowtii at tht beginning of the prf- year by Rtv. Dr. Staulfer, for nioiUhi In charge Cen- tra! ConsrefilionM Church, Francisco-. 'frtW; ie Central ConireKallcdli bod had ilothinp li> with Unit 'for, their famllfti. tt public ol ItV- both the r' Statea ir.d cities moil ot the Hun to "CAafte" country "tram 'w they nhie, ti pride, and tii of ttV.rulInr the Monarchy, ehiywVre-'cot for the fn Karolyl condiiscte'l MxtiVlf.__ Wai sinipls dei-ioermllc. Re talked with mhiera, rorkars, of all OB a foollni- comptete'aiid unpretenitoua He a to AN OBVIOUS RETORT (VSCE only, H did Sir F, Ft, the ntf? Ity.hlmsrll onfn fj a from A was Jn Iho DIvorci a nmn In; the. was 'Oiu ItUlc citric. llave votl Ij Sip 1e? sfaniniered Ihe clerk, 'Of courite', of cotjrM." sniped n future Ixnd :r .hear of "Dirt you vralt lily (lye Parlla'. ntnlariatin, SMlallM, TJiey !Sai yolie hid been. In Cleveland wliei The Var an, and about the cZ'Aufuit Count Karols-i sailed 'on Ilie French Iner Id Lorraine Tor on hrt jeltirn to Kungari-. Ha Wai Interned 'or a Tfhile in France, but waa able before fit back lo'Ms eotmlry, where lie n Hie armr. 'But he- Jldl n'dt jet a commiMlon, He rotigTlt1 >nd he kepi lilt.seal.In Parllattient, lo tet up in that aatenibliie he rlikfng hli M-anJ nont Vt Hunsary'i War, and thai ths hla country (o do was t'o pet Whsn Ihe-Vbir coltapae" came, Bary was the Ilri'l counlry lo "put tlirough a real revolution, breaking .way the nual Alliance and the 3ual .Monarchy is well, and establieh- an actual on. a' basis ot dlrecl. .'sciiret, airfrraEe, and equal rlshls lor'all ncorilef and ll.e Ktpunlfr. resident or Jlunvary he btuan fnime- Xol the Gpy'erplncnt alf equai'rTrntJi He male'a Blihopi and the hoblea En liti ihxt 'every, peasant .could-.have aoraft jard.ol hli.orn, lie fet out lo prove that Hungary- was carryini; out iht enlcnte't prlnclpiia' lo declare his New .York frleniU. ".s'alutally !ie b'elteved'lhat i-hen tlie entente fiatfoin san that lie hid really reformed .the coiinlry and made It a real democracy, ther would TiOt touch HuTikary'a territory. He Ihoutht that lianitarlan democracy would ItMlf aMure Hunfarlan nation- al fnlacrttjr. t >r w.aa, tbc; !ef Rdrnanla, Serbia, aail tat Inohei, column. ft Intck.lype. .It Church. vncanl. Ar- plicilWiu ll a rare oypc.'inri-.Tj- rov" ;obld like (ft locate, important .-inil Chairman or !h" Mr. in urlnr the past [hrf: lii' ellevtd the Cfeacmt imirch-waiTtht rirst hidy'of its -i) Canada to.UM Ink in M- pas- lor. Xo mDntlpn waa made at aalarj in the announcement. >'et' the' resulla were hiirhly over' hundred applications :h'sLnf rrem all parts' of Canada and thr bniled Stale.'. Many of wJio wrote commenled. favorably upon such a. procedure lo-niaVe an'own Iht vacancy and thought (he-Idea twj.l one. as the advertlsemeht ried and somcirhat different Irom'lhtf oitlinary -Want Coluinn" wordlnar. 1 Out of the amount of a.vill- material three xir four men were. to come' to Winnipeg an'4" preach. The outcome iwiui tliit n one month after the Insertion o( tlie adverllaement, a capahlc. .'and litehied-mlntster waa selected, -from a. '.-Western Ontario town, atthburh prerrtusly by the "still hunr.meihocl year had elapeea and could not bo found for spi.rij.ual leadership ot the flock. success which .haa ittfna.M the Initiative taken by ;OonirregallonaJ t Chilrci, It be thai, In the near future, other religious Tvll'i' oui.rwttort will follow (he example mat Haa been In the west. Even the. members of .wf.o Ver- a first horrified at the ao-call' character of proposllibn. have admitted that Ihi plan worked out promptly and and accordina; UK of. the prprosal miicll prSJsei'for. hetnj 'the plbneef la th'i line of-' publicity.' They now eoi.- aider lhal arii'crtisinj can be applet In Cbriatiah quite as elective- as .In anr commtrclal litiea.ff ihf of the armlallce were vlolal-' ed, three tint nbotit Irfo-lMrti. ct has in IM hanii'of these natlonallfiea, la tHe (tie In tht ulh Ifie WrMa'rJ "'ll th.l li left and some roundtnr "Connt Karalyl hit'proteiteA lo Peace Conftrence, wKhoil rtiull, cannot 'entirely wkat iltu'ailon over anel wiat nar ke la >at that ina. (o tke ;