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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GRISDALE MAKES A FINE DEPUTY RightHand Man of Minister of Agriculture Is WellFit ted for liteJok A PRACTICAL Who Hai Won High in Chosen of Experimental WHEN the Crerar took office AS Minister ot Agricul ture he found at his predecessors had responsible for the administration of that were not concerned particularly with the farming At the time of Confederation the Bureau tit Agricul ture and Statistics In the Government of the Province of Canada was reor and numerous at tributes of immigration Anf public health arts and Setistis and patVhts jt in copyrights and industrial signs and trade To these later were added Dominion archives and For many years Ilttlo seems to have arisen to modify the organization of tho department and Indeed it was not until 1S92 that Im migration was transferred to the partment of the In 1912 the archives moved t3 the Department Secretary of and census and statistics to the Department of Trade nnd Wheu the Government took the reins the elimin ation of the remaining unrelated ad juncts requiring the direction of an officer trained in law took making way for a purely agricultural Deputy Crerar is to be congratu lated In finding within his depart ment a suitable official for the It is one thing to possess a working knowledge of the science and prac tice of agriculture and quite another to understand the ins and outs of so Intricate and extensive a system as the Federal Department of Agricul ture has Its ramifications reach every part of the Dominion where crops are grown and away be yond where her products find a mar It embraces ten branches and spends more than three million dol lars a not including the appro priation of more than a million dol lars handed over to the provinces under the provisi6ns of the Agricul tural Instruction Grisdalef Career GK1SDALE has entered his Minister of equipped by with the nt ccsSary knowledge to fit him well for the Ho has given proof of fine administrative abilitv direct ins of he experimental faring system which has uniterf ul under guiding hand f tvjth the won at thfr Untveffertyi the he dtttered In IStS 1as agriculturist of tite Central IJxpcrli ental In OH the retirement of thp late Win Grisdalo was advanced to the position of director of the ex farm system and has now received further wellmeiUed But for the accident of a lew Mr Grisdale would have been a na me of the Province of ihe farm on which he was situated west of the Ottawa Is found in the County of with occupies that little sector formed the of the Lawrence andOttawa Nor is he His the late industrious spnof British well undertsood tho value pf thrift in the handling of jjenerous It his more Jie inherited a keen intellect and to ner ambition for a promising son musr be credited ilie opportunity to obtain scholastic Like many another successful ca Grisdale began uc teacher cf a rural Not contciu with performing the duties laid down by the school laws of he Intro duced innovations that were decided ly iu advance of By get tinK the boye tc lend and debate agri cultural he succeeded in 1m pressingr them with thi of agriculture the mind afforded plehd1d to am bition there was heard above n call to the Egrl cultural aevel provided at appealeJ to him a being rich and with the reward from his tolls in the little red school hoiisu and the blessings of his his agricultural educa tional career begun in tit fall term of A DutiofuUhed Student AS a Grisdale occu pied an enviable Be sides winning the gold medal for general proficiency in his second year he was elected president of his and was an editor of the On tario Agricultural College During his second year an unsettle condition arose among the students from a feeling that an injustice was being done to the general body of the students of the year because of the shortcomings of a sult of this a constituting a proportion of the grad uating led largely by Qrls left the college for where they received their degrees the following Thji episode possibly at the time counted against the leud erg of thin headstrongsection of the student but It brought outthat UUftlity of Independence aiuf deter mination found in leaders every It should be pointed out while at Ames GiiKdiUe won pronount r3 The Interstate Jtve jiidaring contijst at he Ijiter national Exposition hud Its inception that frow the jowa Btttte College included most of the Canadian The stock judged Included sheep and tiftstlale won the tinrniptonship hon The appointment of an agriculturist for the experimental farms was the first Important step towards the en largement of the system that had prevailed under the directorship of the late The selection of ttrlsdale for so important a post was fortunate as circumstances have While a lover of pure science for Its own GTi dalc can see n stopping short of tangible his Erec little energy is wast ed en imMsentinln or efforts of doultful To one so practical there is much necessary work to be not too hastily are kept constantly view and every encouragement is given to his officers who are Imbued with cor responding Xor does he con sider It necessary to work out their problems for Having placed a iCOod man in charge of a a farm or a then it Is put up to him to make srpod by the exercise of n tolerably free Large aa his job has been as direc tor of the experimental farms sys Grisdalc has found time for other forms of public The livestock lay rlitim t his judmnent In important matters o policy and io one has mjro to improve the winter fairs atd otier of the larger Grlsflale assumes his ns Assistant AdmtnSirator of Fed eral Department of Agriculture tir ted by alertness of mental education official train ing that u ane and prosrcs sive policy for tile direction or Ti Alox ander Growers JOWETT WORLDS FIRST PULPITEER An Analysis of tht Reasons for His Wonderful Preach ing v HE FEEDS THE SAINTS Conservative in Rich in Captivat ingly CHANCE FOR THOSE TOO OtDJO FIGHT of Wants Men Beyond the Draft Age to Go Over BRBERT j PRATT Vice Presldenf the Standard Oil from France i few ago with a mes sage to tfife menof America to the war that they were just as necessary to of the war as are young men on frontSince his return he has been seldom at his desk in New Tork he has been fona scheme to recruit the men who are too old to fight and them overseas to stand by thefighting forces in the ser vices of the A j Theresult is a Nationwide cam paign to add of men to Ahe workers in France in uilform of the Red New YojkCity willbeasked to furnish at i ofthe best and most suc ifiil metropo MrPratt is Chairman of the committee In charge of the Pershing has asked the to furnish these said He considers the a part of his military and has accepted the Association program as a necessary coordinate tart of trainingprogram by which ic hopes the American expeditionary drees will become the efficient military machine In the history of This program regards lie essentials of an effi cient force To keep fighting men physical y morally To supply them with comforts so their bodies may be kept active and To steer them straight and to be heir counsellors aqd In a bycarrying to them as mjach of America and Home as is lumanly to maintain their morale at 100 per To do says more of the big men of theUnited states must realize that what formerly was called great opportunity for patri otic service has now become such a vital part of the winning of thfc war that it may be called an obligation which is imposed upon every abje aodlcd man who is above the age of military Sorry He Spoke B wjis one of those smart men who like to show their clever Watch metake a rise out of he as the tramp then he listened solemnly to the talc of hard Thats the same stdry you told me the last time you accosted he when the vagrant had Is il was answering ques When did t tell it you MeMm I nvjbUe J ad mittca the ia forgotten 11 THK return of John Henry Jowett to Kngland after seven years of service in New York lias led to some interesting apprais als of his character and In the judgment of tho New Vork Even Jowctt is the moat conspicuous and successful pulpiteer of his When he left Birming ham to come to the King of Knsrland expressed When he left New York t return to Kng he carried n letter Presi dent one sentence ofwhlch ran While I am deeply sorry you ore leaving I am slnd you are taking away an intimate know ledge of our people which will en uhle you to interpret them to those on tho1 other side of the water who have not nlwnys understood On the occasion of his first service in his new charge at Westminster he was greeted by Premier Lloyd The popularity of Towett as a preacher Is strikingly illustrated in an article by William Thomp son Thompson went to the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church one Sunday morning during the pastorate of The service had be 8 The door was Kvcry both in the gallery nnd on the is he He engaged sexton in conversation and to pass the but not until the sexton had tolti him that he had and tpat out topped them I can I step inside and snatch few senten ces of his The as Thompson saw it on that Sunday is summed up Crowds within waiting o hear crowds without wanting t9 hear the sexton panting to hear Jowett almost apotheosized tho same vcritcr depends upon nat nurture and grace of the high est He stands aloof from the multitude and is a comrade whose no more could slap him on the back than could Thoreaus nearest and Some geniuses like stars dwell He is No strangerwouia catch a fever from Narrow But Competing appeal was com parativeiy but within limits Scarletdyed sin atwhom Billy Sundoy vi passed by on the other Sophisticated habitues ofFifth Avenue clubs are a tegument impervious to ells gospel Hisministry is chiefly for the edification of be lievers or those groaning so to banquet at his Church of leaders of the Lords host in humanitarian and philanthropic en are fattened and heart ened by Upon tho tips of their tongues where the tastebuds for sweetness are most mature he places choicest morsels of heavenly The savory pulp they Prob ably not a but upon tho base of their tongues keenest to bitter tastes he deposits the wormwood and the gall of to which the pious are From two reliable sources I have heard that he re garded his important ministry preaching to preachers to Inspire them to become expository preachers of the He is preeminently a preacher to Despite his overwhelming Jowett possesses in fulnesa Saint Augustines threefold assets of re ligion Humllitjr In a very of the Thompson he Is In theology he is a Ws Interest in a restatement of Christian theology in modern terms would not be Withthe critical problems of erudite scholarship he probably has no more than a bowing acquaint His knowledge of philosophy science is not The analysis proceeds A commanderInchlef of the Lords hosts not select him to lead battalions over the top against the skilled and seasoned cohorts of agnosticism and but rather would place him In charge of the IB an Kdln hurgh and Oxford University grad uate and at home with the great I surmise he carries Pilgrims Progress and Grace Abounding In his traveling To him save Paul is the foremost figure of all time and John Wesley may rank The Bibls Is to his mind and heart what Its name In it IHJ meditates day and It Is Indeed the source supply of his A Wonderful Imagination A SANK Thompson makes Jowetts pulpit prayers a practice of the preuance of Qod In which worshipers Join with solemn The depth of his sermpnu Is not many Their reach to His ideas are not They are the old love love ono trust in follow Gut thu clothing ho puts on these eternally changeless Ideas Is From hetidjear to shoes U BARUCH NEXT TO WILSON IN POWER Chairman bf War Indus v Board Has a Hard STCfcK MANIPULATOR But He Quit Wall Street Oper ations When He Took Gov ernment British Leaders at Vertailks French official which was taken on the lawn of the Confcr enco Hall nt the Interaltied at from left to right An American unnamed Minister with his back turn ed General Haig and General British Chief of One might remarkthat UIR quartette seems In rafhera jocular frame of judging from the smiles that Illuminate their Perhaps Minister Bnlfour Is laughing right out and for that reason has turned his back upon the Why shouldnt the news of another vic toryagainst the Germans has just reached Marshall Londons Mayor Chief Kfagislrate of Empires Heart Is Head of Pub lishing BIIOOKS MAR who will be elected to office of Lord itayor of the City of on Michaelmas next is the head of the publishing house of Marshall afirm founded by his and owes the handle fofiis nametothe 1aet that he was knighted for his services as sheriff of the city on tho occa sion of the coronation ot Kins Ed a graduate of Trinity which in 3902 be stowed upon him the honorary de gree of and will enjoy the ad vantage ovel most of his predeces sors in office of having had a college Devoted to he nlso rides is a fairly good is a very high Dignitary ot the Ma sonic holding the office of Grand Trcafclirer of the English Free has a charming su burban place as Shabden near in belongs to the Liberal instead of the Conserva tive with which most city mag nates are and is a mem ber of the Reform Club in Pall Sir Horace Is also one of the pil lars of the ancient guild of station founded In holds charters fromKIng Philip and from Queen and from Charles The headquarters of the guild Is at Stationers in Ludgate the present injv dating from Jh which year it was reconstructed oh the ruins of the very older in Lndgate destroyed by the great That it is a very rich company may be gathered from the fact that olden times the guild held from the crown the monopoly of the and selling of books in the United anil was empowered to seize and destroy all books printed without its or the contents of which had given offence to the and of the Sir Horace Marshall receive as Lord Mayor of London the customary salary of for his 12 months ol office In addition to all sorts of genr erous allowancesand of the most varied orderBut the sal ary and nllowances never prove and H haa been the experience of most of the lord mayors of the city of at any rate mod ern that they have to dive into their own pockets to an extent equal to their in order to meet the expenses incidental to their Is a Jowett out niil Jow etta affluent as aut umns makes his preuchlps a panorama of scenes Christian lite that are as beautiful as sky and sea when Bun is rea4 further has bestowed lone and piiinatukins care Such labor compound interest His enunciation perfectly with Nehcmlahs dictum They read in the book of the law of Ood and gave iho and caused them to understand tho Grading Jowctls qualities nj man and as preacher in the familiar manner of the examination anil aiisiiinlnff ono hundred points as Die total of Thomp son offers the following Talents A A AA IrelUiKG i U A Comruiierj 0 I An Ottawa Editor He Commands Canadian Arlil lery at the Front A GENERAL FROM Montreal August EN years before tho outbreak of the war a visitor to Farlia ment on a sum mer holiday or Saturday afternoon would have seen a large gathcrtngvof the Boy Scouts of the Capital sembled lawn below ttie Houses of boys represented floWbi of young bbys they have grown to be young man and many of them are on Canadas battleline In Flanders and The founiaation of many of soldierly qualities was Iai4 in those longago drills on the lawn of Parliament The drill instructor a young man of sturdy kind very much a soldier in move ment and arid very thorough and serious At that time he an officer in the Active Mili but his daily vocation was that of editing a dally day he is a com mantilng the Canadian Artillery at the another of Ontarios sons who have served Canada and the Empire well during this world General Morrison almost as old as the Dominion of for he was born on July intho City of LondonThere in Gaithis boyhood and early youth werepass His education obtained in the public schools the Gait Collegiate he took newspaper work and followed it continuously except the ser vice ot his country called him far to the Empires He began newspaper work In Hamil where he becameVcity editor one leading1 from there to take torialchafrof a morning He was a fine thorough and broadProof ofhis ability as a writer he has given In abundance since going to during the early years of the war he sent to Canada several letters dc life at the that the matter they contained and for their literary style equal the workqt the best war Genterpl Morrison through the South African Hewan with the forces that operated the east of and he took part the battle Me also served in theOrange River State and in northern He was specially mentioned and awarded Oand Queens with three With tho Guns in Houth gives a grrapliip ac count of many of the most import ant events of the Ho went overseas early In the and from the first his excellent work marked him for He made a specialty of artillery and his thor ough knowledge of this important ana the service qualified him lor high position ho now YOUNG AT 92 fi Silt G13ORG13 1HGOJN the original ot the mounted officer in Lady Butlers famous pic The Roll was the other Ho is a gullant old and lias done his bit Ih this yar as chief of tho liarlow Special C0nT Also at the age of lie did foot u portion of the first route march of the Maiiow Company of the Bucks Volunteer Pefenpe Ho Is full ot and remembers George KBKJFiNU the hounds away from the Treasury Is ono of hli main says Bernard M Chairman ot the Unltoii States War Industries The hard toithis IndUstHtti strategist Is more Important than the personality of the man who fills Its greatest Importance lies in that It Is the most hopeful creationof nil nit past moves and shifts to produce one essential elementIn real war ma ttlchard AVashbuin Child points out in the Worlds an office which Is tho centre fore sight In nyhilizing resources nnd in making production and transporta tion keep in If the man who fills it is big and strong he can jnnko tho military and naval plans become articulate and ready to speak up coherently In advance and say what they want and He can say the word and stool will move at his either to the Army or to the ShippingBoard jr to the It Is the same with with with anything used In this Baruch might be but dictator would be a better fpr never has an American been given sj much authority over the products and material instrumentalities of the Is for more can non and shells If factories must bo built when Baruch gives the word or old factories must drop their usual lines and take uptiipw Baruch originally went to Washington as a member of the Advisory of the Council of National It was an experiment on tho part of the Tho other Mem bers of tho Commission or fad Baruch aawlng It is sajd president did not give favor owing to an irritation which he had Unintentionally estab lished in Secretary Hohad beeria dating Wall Street speculator come from graduated at tile Col lege the City dtr gone to WorkIn a brokerage had be cotne a Smoker then tl buy theshares he Jamei Los Ange les IS the campaliirh toward the nom ination6f He quit Wall he went to Wash Exchange In his position he Is un writer in the Worlds His smile is as in gratiatiriK andiitsmarinerunhurried as feet or more lean whitehaired he is but fortyeight his features delicately he goes car rying wlthhlmaHvays an atmosphere qf dlstinqtton and Nothing buliaogpabout no affec tation of so tiresome and diistrlai taln of many industries appears less of the Industrial tyrant than of the BACK AS A PRIVATE striking of the Qcorge GEORGE WRIGHT HUMAN DYNAMO Toronto Hotelman Has and Diverse Interests This many stories of the war is after fighting in France which was badly wounded at bbine kept on homo keAnty anxious to WAS AT SEA AS A LAD Reiteration of He Would Be a Great and business recently appointed to the Toron to Hydro Commission and city re presentative ontho Crown Commis sion re civic employes com bines Scotch born in the many sided resourcefulness and initiative of a typical hustler c this side of ho Atlantic In his hotel enterprises ho Tiaa coined tho phrase of tho homo away from His active brain is busy during all his waking even when he seeks his nights ro pose his subjective so far asf anyone knows tovthe is do voted to dreams that may come His leisure may embrace golf and but he has been known to confess such frivolity as the of betterment of conditions ibiss In to A Human Dynamo WRIGHT dyna Just llfd of indolence Born 1886 educated at B0hools in he joined the British as Ho was seaman in 18851891 and was stew ard on the GeorgoSmlttt steamship lines for Then came and In 1901 1902 he became hotfii proprltitor atj Fort Oak tho latter until burned He developed the lunchcbuntor busi ness for tliij bought the Brunswick IJote and in 1905 purchased Walk or Herwa4president of the Dominion Hotelkccpetjtf Asso ciation In 1913 third vicepresident of tho American and Canadian Hotel keepers Association in 191814 and was reelected 1916 He was president of theTpifbnto Hotclkeepers Association for five years and became director ofthe Food Control goaril IIUMW M 4 fJ get balc Xervice joined the Army slerjvVde Corps as a vate ana driving a motor transport lorry in lie was so shrap iiel In the rightleg that he will be lame for life but hisbVftye spirit was simplycould not stop at homfeaolns ilia told a back with the boys Sp he is Richard of the When war broke out who is a clever was playlrie inAmer came back home at oncin and Joined the Ho rapidly was award ed tlie diabKiiibJi woundad man into under heavy although so badly wounded hlmsalC that ho could scarcely v SIR HOUAOE DORWKN has been appointed Grivcrnor of GibrftHorAii IntcroKl Ing atpry s ipld Ills mflst prized trophjesi WHS attacked near tlie tlibbattle Ijya party ot and horse But for his at he pronAbjy to talic Ifift the vev part ahflI IjjBjjevoi lifts knows the iiis This keeh8tudont of businessand humans a science of the j He Ivie so to for many years jwar to Scottish djBCpurse you on the sotil betrays Ijlji tldnalltyl The iquchHs his tongue cldtiuonce Want Back THB returned solclioris his favor ite and tho man whom doliffhls to Mention prohibit lion to and he will cleqlare that the oldtlmil ba be a sin against our brave fenders and ought to a crimbf Never again would he pcr irtit tho sale of spirituous liquorsMn a placooE his but Hie problcin jilete remained uneolvcd Some pro vision must bo made for the social ihde of not atrived at a solution j yot but heart andIlls energy would be In my effort made tp reuch When was banlshcd Wrigbtjsaldj vnpyy will ro QOV hotels will not swan spnp itp dirge made tha tlipr Hmf all its ao unchallenged if pet that does Workj never falls to share in theyapiQus endeavors of ou as ;