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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTITBRIDGE DAIIA' HERALD Monday, DewiulH-r 8, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1K7 Published ty the Herald Printing Co., Ud., ful ivcnlng at Its office, Sixth Strut, Alhtrli, ErfilcrUl, flrpcrtorltl 1224 W. A. (UCHAKAN MAnailng DlrtcUr T. W. QtMYLE Minting KCItw JOHN TOXRANCt utlntM PKOMCi 1252 DAILY NATM 1 year delivered HW 1 jeir. by mall f months, delivered JZ.OO 6 mcnllii.br sisll I months, deltvnred S by mall I month, delivered 35c- 1 raoalk. by mill TSe u olttn fcyl both fttw Ml mutt tirta. DAILY HERALD FOR SALS AT Cross Drug Tafctr XYestUbo BlOf. Wit WorM Neita Co.; Shot, Granitell StrHt. iaekane Juntwou Newfl Co. 70S River Griiiy Likt-Cruiy Lait Hotel. .Co- flea Agescy- Leading Book tsi News Store, 105A Jlh Avt. Weil; World Co. Plncher SUtlin EawarA Read. St World Ntws Co. Cirmangay Clarence KnoV one of. tho knot- tiest clames in a budget bill and ex- plained' ItV meaning, Baltouv got up ImmedliSely.and declared that he bad sever benrd morejucid e.Tiwslllpn o! a knottier point.' The Dark. Political Hone.., "3uave, "smooth, laboriously polite, 'rigid apparently aa ke, with porteil self-commaud. Shuou ad- dresses the ho'jso as tliough It con. slated only uf versonal friends to gel an explanation of thlng they all wanted to understand. His manner Is cold and ter the of most ICiiglUbuiea aud of most Oxford men. Hut every- body knows that he has a heart cap- able of sloiy il llfii and Ihe en- during grief which It caueed uliu is proof of this, he is one ot the est horses lu the suture political de- velopmenU of English political life. The cold, fiouienuat impassive face, the composed manner, are said to conceal attritions as stroog at his affections. "Tail, tito, alerl. he walks the lobbies of the House ot Commons with a certain air of detachment. Ho Is not pefartouE. He still less is tba "hail-fellow-well-met." "Some people already speak of him as the man who In due ticne will 1ml- [ate the career of the Orel barrister who became prime minister :or nearly a century.' And they mar bo right. It is one ot tlio ironies of Ife that this man has had such >u extraordinary rapid rise in the leg' al profession, who seems to pass his gifts are so supreme that it seems iiuile natural that lie should lie is. Nobody could point to a single member, of the bar today who could through the labyrinthine maies o( legal prlnciuloa and practlco a3 though he were a Highlander dancing a sword-dance, who iias the face, tho expression, the bearing of a great chief cr lord chancellor, IB not a lawyer at heart. He practices law- i it JB bis means of HvlnE, but the prlKes of the law have no attrac- tion for him. Ho wouldn't like to lord chief justice or even lord chan- cellor, and ho certainly could bet either'the one or the other H thera had been a vacancy. His real soul Is consumed by political conviction and perhaps by political vision. And for a great political passion, he would bo willing to abandon- the. vast In- come Ho Is making, and the security and splendid pay ot the highest of appointments. It is curious that rr.cn EO often are Indifferent, to Hie prizes for which they seem pspco- iallv" made by nature to achieve." ost religious, has still the sound in: sljnct of giving bis children the very best education his .means allow and young Simon got every chance ot being thus well equipped -for the tat: tlo of life. .He, was sent to a great lege. Theie iu that same le.xe same, time another yoi man whose fortunes and ambitions were the B. Smith, now i ot the mostNVfomlnerit among spokesmen of the Tory Dirty. also was a penniless youth -with political ambitions and like Sundays Sermon spoilt by Cpnghmg A dose of Msthieu's Syrup of Tar and CodLivcr OilUken beforeleaviogforchutcli will chick that service spoiling cough. Thlj preparation acts aj a tonic as well a omgli carc and its use soon enables the system to throw ofl all signs of cold. Keep it in the house Urge bottle sscatalldealen. J. .U MATBIIU improvements. An American has been appointed to take charge of the city planning of the Ollawa ari'd Hull improvement commission. Oh shades of We're we not urged not lo' have, "truck or shades trade" with the "Yankees. to have a short memory. Mr. Borderi's new commission .seems LESSONS FROM THE CAMPAIGN. that flic campaign is over il is possible to make some comment on the conduct of thu election without exposing ilic Herald to the charge of departing from the position of stric neutrality announced at the beginning of .the fight. The Herald considered that there were several men in. the field who would Jill thc positions with consequently decided thai the duty of the paper would be properly discharged in advising the electors as lo the. kind of ..men'likely .to-make a success of com- mission government leaving it lo Ihe people lo select such men from the list seeking their suffrage. .The''campaign on thc whole was conducted with marked iihilily and the fact revealed that Leftbridge possessed a large number of men who would be capable of filling responsible positions to thc salisfaclion of lire people arid with credit (o the city. Several of Ihe candidates revealed marked platform ability) Imd doubtless with experience would develop into clever public, j speakers. There was very little to criticise in the conduct of ihe campaign in so far as thc public parlof it was concerned. There was little said on the platform out of the way and any criticism Jiiudc in tho speeches which could hot be-ju.sl.incd were tlie unfair Htlncks on the committee of representative business men who met and, after canvassing the siluatioli, decided to place a Cili- zciis Ticket in the field. Thai was Ihcir perfect right. Any other committee would have the same and now that the fight is over'the Herald fancies thai Ihe critics admit that Ihe attacks were made for Ihe purpose of creating' prejudice in the Sober shades.suit- able-for l gift for their, gentlemen friends and more ddfcate adapted for their own jTenonal. wear: would call parflcqlar attention to.an Kigllsh i'urc Silk al'flOC, the color'combinations of which cannot bo Bdenuately described here. Rather expensive? Well. But they will wear a life- time and are altogether out of the ordinary rut. Orrtc and tee JAS. S. ROSE PHOME (The Particular Man'i Wear-man) SOt Jrd 6. COUCH! valuable prizes. "A" curious' little -incident occurred the'-career of Sir John'Simon at Oxford irhlch is Illustrative, of his was a big no man wanted a big prize more than mon did then. He-was In love gaged to Be married, and he wanted get to and the bar as lie Bill there iris one lit- e formality: the winner had to ale that he" wa? a member, of the hufch -England. ;as .is nown, Simon was a nori-co'nlormlsi; Is, and similar declarations at Ov regarded BE mere formalities h'lcli rbnimlt thp slgnaior to nothing, iwetf.-lbe mbsttillustrloiii that iy Oxford collese has erer had In ur tlie feiclier-of Aaquith and 'any rawe ol the Wg men of today, as'well inbwn lo broad. enough a hli views to regarded tkeplic.. But when his.turn came o sign" the articles ol.tbe n'gllcan..church he did EO without etnbr and..di3appolnted the many or- lOdoi gentlemen wKO had .hoped tat he would shrink from doing so. ut- Simon finally decided, that., he ould mate no declaration valch mle- ep'feKnted'hla-real thought aud fee ent wllliout the prize. Mirrled Young "He was lor a. vthilo lel'.ow ol a ullcee, which gave lilra little- mon- y to start with. He married when he was 26 years old, the girl lie hud osed for some time. She was en Ir- sh girl and the niece of 5trs. J. R. ireen, the celebrated Irish historian nationalist And a good deal of Simon's enthusiasm for borne rule LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE NAME Effective Oct. 2_6, 1913. ARRIVALS _ 'FROM. BUB TO AHHN Ciow'i Eiprets. M s Flyer .Local Local' Ixical Uocul .....Kootenay Laoalnt .i.i.Jledlctne 4. G. .....st. .....Medicine Hat ..'...Cqutta .....Cardslon .'...'.Calfiry- (AUenydt NAME DEPARTURES DUB TO. DBPA Crow'i Kitnu., Croit'j Ntrt Express goo-Spokane Local Local Local Local Local j Medlcto's ..Koolenay Landing ..SI. Paul i.Spokane 6 Hat .Cranbrook .16 s .Carditon i... 17 18 due, undoubtedly, to the fact that 'pur.d such happiness In an wifo. Similarly, a great deal of the Inner which baa flattened his otherwise prosperous and happy life ig due to his ravine lost his your.g wife but three years after their mar- riage. 1'or yeara tho dark shadow of this disaster 1111115 over him. was a man without a smile. For Ibe first eeren years of career at bar he "coached" and eked out an Income way. Sli when once business began to como his way, he went ahead like -wildfire, Vie bccamt a counsel nine, years after admission (o the bar, elected a bencher years later and finally when We otil university honored him, through Liberal, by appointing him as stanillng counsel. "Meantime, Sir John Simon ALL ABOARD FOR THE OLD COUNTRY LAST XMAS SAILINGS WHITE S. Portland to Liverpool, Dec. 13. S. Halifax to Liverpool, Sunday, Dee. 1C for to through Special Tourist Steep- Ing Care on C. P. H. and SptcM Train on 0. T. P. n. WHITK STAR 4. to 11, York So Southampton, Dee. 13, gMp 1n World S. to Liverpool, 15, AMERICAN 5. NEW New to Southampton, 12. For other sailings, Illustrated oooMels, clc.. apyly to noreit rallrrajr w or write W, M. McLEOD, Cantdlin Wettern PMKngir Agent, 333 (trett Winnipeg ;