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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta HIS REPORTING DAYS UUl.N'i; tho iluys uf lii.i iipproiL- tlrosljlp In (lie fiiilil of llUraturo Arthur Stringer was 11 I-PIIOI-KT on (Do l.imdmL Frcf 1'i'OHK. ills enmity fur D to Cark'tuli OIHI hums. Uuru lu'lloll's tun, thiily-ML-von years a; (y in Cum- u'rs. Curio, i, Ills OiUlt- leptn to Icjlfh school [it ti A c A T l I Rut time apparent- Man of by Judgment and Experience, Is New Prelate. days were spent chiefly at n inll- there. of which hit; fmhvr WUK keeper. t'robably his first step In the race tVoin a to Cimimbn.s was when he liCffuii to touch school llaihord, Ontario. Rut that apparent- i iy- wiiK not quite to JiJ.s tiiKtn Jimi ho became an employe uf a big jinn- firm. Oncu inure he chanyiMi liL-j ucrupatlon for- he-liocurno a drug ap- prentice. Into he threw all his em-rijy, wilh the result that he gradu- ated at the Ontario College of Phar- macy iti He went forward rapidly now. nud became manager of "iin of Ottawa's most pretentious drug1 stores. Finally he purehaaod thl.i husl- of which to-day he Is soli pi'o- TORONTO'S NEW ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP, REV. NEIL McNEIL, D.D. i-itst January he won u keen fight ;iundily iia wua elected :or Victoria Ward. Twp Cimservu- Livo run von tlons hi Carle ton he von- trslvd, In opposition to tho Jute Ed- ward Kidil, .U.K, and lie save the laio member his hanie.st contest ;i yetir BORN IN NOVA SCOTIA Of Celtic a Dreamer of Dreams That are Fulfilled. dramatic effect was already ijegin nin if to show Itself, and ho Komttlni' s handed In. .copy more vigorous than discreet. Upon one occasion he was went to write up an entepuilnmcnt in, -Wliicli sevci'nl out-of-town sitijjcr.s Loolr'part. Mr. Stringer's article trltl- OlltJ IfL iirt 'it- l 1-, 3 ti's wun tfifi exyresaive of _ _ plionogrtipa ol bftai.li." Very iiuiuruiiy UIH euiiot Jiuide un 'olVjectiuu. 10 fjiry complirbfi.ni.s. "If we.luttllnL BO in, her husband would .dynamite the btrinj, u- was told. compromiM. ho reporter; "Wo shull HHJ he icn i it. t 'Good-bye' fnde.s n! iun "Thiit-won't do, cither. rendered Tostl's Good "iliich siiid HIL cditoi ''Jj'i" any concluded Stritigei tho satisfaction of settlns: .sentiments' down on paper for half an ".i, don't care now whether you print "tiicin or not-" "CHICKS" some >oatins lip the c rcer ot Aid. 'F. Garland of Ottawa, who lnis just been elected by acclamation T Thomas F. Ryan Made Millions v. TA T r T. 1 OT KTT Hie SrmF Oy rVCCping Illb iVlOUlil tDLllLl Jiy SI. H. FTEU it. luns period, a term of widowhood mueh longer than is usual under similar circum- i stances, uoniiin catholic Art-h- flinr.csii of Toronto is 10 sue Us new ago. j spiritual head. U is expected that in liaising chiclii'ns is the hobby of this j the middle of llie pei-pjt.- ot new Commons member. Jle is a 1 Toronto will have liie opporLuimy ot prominent exhibitor at many poultry grueling uie nelv uruiiue, and ttto near shows, and is a consistent prize-win- Chrisunafalhie will bo one OL ner. Mr. Garland was man-let! toirj ;L united ilocU and iigo to Miss Margaret Green of will together in-in- ;LS of old on GaU- ___________________________hnu hills, "Uiory to God in ihe.high- 1 est, und on wirth pwiee to men ot ;ood will." nuui of action, but. aciiuu iyrii- p ud by judgment und exuerience, is iliu new aro.iibi.-iliop. it is perhaps owing to liiy wet iha.i his hoyhoou in t early days as an ecclesiuaUc were i t in tho Eastern, timl oluer part ol" Canada, and thai his seholasuu uar- j Incltlonlilh age ind li is just befjun her he binnic possosboi ot the tlcrLilc JMI m th capacity of Sunday school plants of Staten Island. Ho. teacher. Gould, William It. Travors. John LJ. promoted in part the construction ofj jlrs, Clarksun a regular attend-in Ti-uvor, and William C. Whitney. UK- Union Elevated Railroad of Chf-'at the First Presbyterinn Church ii- Whitney especially was impressed cago, and was a member of n synrli- Alton, nnd scldnm mij-ae.i a Hind-r. with Ryan's ability, ;md in 1X811 took cate that purchased from Charles T.' ner; class vhirh is o hlnj uiuler hiw chiirfri', and together Yi-rkes the North and Cljieaeo four MPX Rob'ei1' they began cunsulhlating the railway surface roads. He- developed n system pavtl, and'MagnJs and railroad lines of Xow Vorlc. Since of electric railways and electric light- tliat time. Ryan and hia associates have Ins -plants In Milwaukee, while his consolidated about everything: in sight, dealing In gas plants and insurance Including steam railroads, street rail- companies wo tiki fill volumes in them- ways, electric light properties, ijaa selves. companies, ana almost every known, Afup hjs or iu the tivUlnss, that UK ;i coiisetmence brinj; tilt; archbishop much into .tlie lime- DR. HIEBEN'S PHOTO VKR in 1'rincc-lon n photograph- er ex hi hi ted as samples of his art two haml.snrne phntojrraphs in bis window. Ono of Oaby Deslys. the O iire tht the macrnificent y now ncarhiff completion and i-ben in workins "rtier will be ,1-orkshop, tha to turn out workora for Ihe vineyard of the church hi tlie and eisewiieve. There n-ill nn cfimitiim of work. 11. d-iy for McNeil. haVirmdr slniipht bis many plaiisMn Vancouver anil his siicreasor, Ciiser, in office, be will mMie quick pjipsapc to his new field of' labor. But there will ho much to "hopr much to jrive pncocraecmcnt. for ;MI devoted, loyr.l. nnd re- lioii- When ho all! ifive him warm with "Ad nmli OP Aimos" and Uu-i entire rommnnity tender him ft hfavty- mille fnitthe." oharmor who rpst Kinsr Manuel of Portut-'al his Mirnnu. The ntber was of President Hlbbcn of Princeton Unl- J. J. Hills' Fearlessness and Shrewdness Made Him RicK "King of the American West" Began Work as Clerk in Ontario Store. WORKED FOR A DAY branch of Industry and finance, Mooey came to him as by nwjjic. Rsr u'ha.t means ho jjot .his money does and that lie mado' it through his own She calls them her having started thorn in the primary class o1' the school. If the weather Is too coid or for her to get to the church on her pupils go to her homo for stock exchange in York, he was [lessons. They called to see her on her soon able, through his speculation birthday, as did many other residents of .She received cards bearnur birthday greetings. tells Her .friends tli.it return tho money that has .-been ad- m ''ineonuity, brain n fiiH: nitack on those who iirosress. l''rom oiic schon profit eitda, with i iUirroundlnR ireneroiis rim of a person who is guided through life How 'his thoughts, is temperatoi avoid; Brow after lime vn 10 ityan iiimsRir. ho turned hi.-? hltnntioR. n'r-slnciinp buHL-hcs tn him, ayd he" fjtiick to none :un! pulling 'r-vtsry ounce of i-n- tlitif -the' iron was: hot for .IJOU .vay'Company, "nd> rclirea wns born In C BnKliinil, comin li'iult.-r t.l many i Is in iv-Mdinc and M-i islliic lluil jflic Lit- i-i Mrs. ('larkwon PreskVut PJUV and ln- "I cannot P> iM be JAMEfcJ .1. HILL in rightly regarded as the foremost of Aladdlns oC American railway enterprise- He Is a Canadian by birth, having been born in "Wellington county, Ontario, in 1S3S. Ho was a great admirer of the works of James Fcnlmoro Cooper, ami j it was through the. influence of his j books that Hill's attention was celled to the great possibilities of the West To get tho money.by which bo could make the trip from his home, it was necessary for Hill to go to work in u store. For.three years he slaved In a menial position, nnd, besides support- ing his mother, managed lo save a lit- tle money, enough to take him on his great expedition. Hill went to St. Paul, which was a small village then nn tho hem of civil- ization. Tlie conditions there were bard ami the life rough. Hill hired out as a mere roustabout on a wharf, carrying wood ami freight on his back from the wliinT to the decks of Mis- sissippi sic-ambonts for a day. TTe brf'nne a shipping clerk in the offices of the Dublin no and St Pnul my pliotoTinph. j omp'my- It was in this posl-i IIP pxhfMted jn with Mr. J. J. Hill. One or the other must of transportation.5 make It a paying; proposition, but with- out avail. He persuaded Donald Smith, and George Stephen to help hinii nnd in 1879 the road was reconstituted un- der the name of the St. Paul. Minne- apolis, and Manitoba Railroad. Hill was nmd.9 the general manager of tho road. He -saw personally to Us de- velopment, and in 1SSG the main lino of the track was almost completed, all the bridges were built, tunnels cleaned, and the Hue ready for grading. Over mon were used In the work. To-. day the Northern Pacific Railroad, of the prol II him tn proper things nnd whicn u hna sincc bcen roc-hrislened. wii? scon established In business for! hiivpHf. He breiinie (lie ngunl for tho Tlien'upon he look down the photo- graph of Dr. RATHER HARD ON GOD rim of "Disraeli" N'orth-we'stern Oompnny anil the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad..also engaging in the sale of coal and wood. He was the first. Incidentally, to in- represents a trackage of G.OOfl miles. HJll Is now known as the "king of the North-West-" His railroad liuuls the greater portion of the Su.oOO.uOO bushels of wheat raised annually In Minnesota, tha bushels coq- DL'niXd the run of "Disraeli" in j traduce coal in St. Paul, and ho was trihute'd to the marhct by the Dakotas, New York, a youns manager in the first to establish communication flnd the 24i000l000 bushels from he Liebler forcoe discovered Louis X, Parker in tlie lobby. Desiring to be sociable, tlie young man said: "There's a bic man In tlie audience t'o- niglit, Mr. Parker." Tbe playwright did not understand, and the young man repeat en his re- mark in louder tones. "Who in it'.'" asked Mr. Parker. "tilberl The young man Mammrnid a little ;iml finally to say: hit; whirl! Ile doe: answeiv.l wlih at Uod, between St. Paul Winnipeg, then known as Fort Gavry. In 1S72 Hill went into partnership Only his fearlassuess and far-sighted- ness have enabled Hill to beCproe dna the nin'eteen richest men In tbe with Korinan W. tCU'tson, of ite Hua-{ world. operated stenmboattj between Moor- j .MOVING SCENES. bead and Winnipeg. He wan prevailed -yes. .sir, I have- had antrie npou to nflempt _tlic reorganb.atlon of experiences and witnessed n movins moving in- biinkrupt railroad, stamUng in debt. Tho: road wns circles, and ahirmi, I to Ulll in intention "Oh, an "Xo; 1m detec- ;