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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE TEN7 THE LETIIBRinr.E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1910 S FIRST LIBERAL CABINET HON. M. A. MACDONALD Attorney General. 7From tho Victoria Times.) Hon. John Oliver, minister of aBri culture and minister, of railways 1 one of the se.iior members 01 tho new having been electul o that bodv first in 1900. Ho is in horn in Hurtuigtoj. Derbyshire, England, on July li l> but lie has lived i'-" Canada ever since he was fourteen, his parents bringim- their family to Ca'iada in -mil sealing in .Wellinston comity, pnt On the farm there, practically a toe woods county as late as tho early seventies, the future minister -was brought up. Mr Oliver went to B. C. over thlrt> tears since, settling in tho Delta 01 the Fraser. There ho has brought under cultivation a fine farm, the IK. live management of which, is now m the hands of of his sons. 1-le hv always taken an active inte-cst iu jmblic life, municipally pthcrw se He has been' a.councillor for years i reeve for several terms, and m the legislature his career has been ono to be proud of. Hon. Mr. Oliver is essentially a tri- bune of the people, arm his ever been raised in defence of the principles of democratic govcrnmen He was one of tue keenest of crit c whether in tie Housh out of t and to the defeated premier in par- ticular he was persona non grata on that account. It is common knowl- edae that Sir Richard JIcBride would lavs been willing to allow his elec- tion in Yale after the election ol 1S09, but that Mr. Bowser was afraid to have him in the legislature. Of late years Mr. Oliver has been carrying OE a contracting business, of his knowledge of mecnauics and his hard-headed common-sense have helped him to make a success. There is no man in the province whj Snows more about its politics than lio does, or is SB-roaversant with every phase of the happenings or Uic .last "twenty years and the sayings of every public man who has taseu part In them in that time. He is an ex- pert on House procedure, and there is no former speaker of the House can hold a candle to him in that Shortly before tho election of 1903 the then leader of the party, J. A. Macdonald K. C., was appointed chief justice of the new court of appeal, and Ifr Oliver was chosen as leader of the party in his stead. He remained in that position until 1913, but his clever visioa and sound judgment on all nublic questions and on matters of policy have always been freely at the service of his leader and the party. In 1909 and 1912 he contest- ed his old seat. Delta, but for tie recent general election he aecepted a nomination from the hands of the Liberals of Dewdney. There he was elected by a substantial majority. Hon. M. A. Macdonald Hon. Malcolm Archibald Macdon- ald, attorney-general, has been Mr. Brewster's first lieutenant in effect, as be now will be in fact, since the premier was chosen as leader of the -party. At the same convention at which Mr. firewater was elected leader Mr. Macdonald was elected to succeed him as president of the Pro- vincial Liberal Association. The new attorney-general is of the came fine type.as his leader, and is sprung from -Highland Scottish na- cestry, inheriting a'l the sterling characteristics of the race. His standing in the opinion of his con- stituents of Vancouver was sluwn by his striking victory over the iiien minister of public works, C. B. Tib- flail, last February, and he was again returned at the head of the, poll in September by a majority of over Mr. Bowser, in spita of the ma- lignant and vindictive attacks which fc'ad been msde upon him. Mr. ilacdbnald: was- born in Bruce County, Ontario, forty-one years ago, end taught school for some..years after leaving school He put himself through the university and tho law school ;at Osgoode Hall by his own moved oufcto this_______________________________ aBout ten J ears ago Hr j' Slacfloaald settled in CranbrooK, City ana Liberal Association, "Where he practiced Jaw successfully, I ls one of the vice-presidents of the later moving to r, where he provincial association, and when the is now one of the senior mpmoa-s of'city Liberals nominated candidates one of the Uading law firms. jn jiarch, 1915, he was chosen at the. In 1809 he head" of the tirfot In the recent CranbrooS lor tne n.e election he was elected as second following year, during'tae tour cf Sir! ,neniber lor Vancouver Mr. Smith is iWilfrtd Laurier, a ne mane in 'a 'strong man, a good sneaker, and HON. JOHN-OLIVER -Minister' of -Agriculture, and. Minister -Railways. HON. HARLAN CAREY BREWSTER Premier and President of the Council. V HON. T. D, PATTULLO Minister of Lands. HON. WILLIAM SLOAN Minister HON. JAMES H. KING. Minister of Public "Works. HON. JOHN D. MACLEAN Provincial Secretary and Minister ot Education. _ HON.. RALPH Minister of Finance. the hearing of cne great Liberal chief- fain led the latter to p-edjcE for Inm political preferment woiich _ woild L _carry him far He is a thinker on high planes a sneaker of and re-t Iinement, and most cinvijcmgiln gurnent. Hon. Ralph Smith Hon Ralph Smith, minister >of well toiowji throughout the province. Hon J. H. ;Hon. James Horace -King, M. .D., 'minister .of public works, is a phvsiciaa and surgeon of almost repute, very highly thought of iz the Kootenaj s, a splendid type the highest ideate and principles', w ith the courage of his Nest Pass country, of politics. Dr. King is a son of Senator G. G. King, and was born in i.o.. Brunswick, on January .18, 1873. He educated -at the common schools of SL Matins, N.8., and then -went on to McGill University to taiie his -mei- cal course. Senator King is one of finance, was convictions, and possessing the confi- Tyne on August's, 1858, and was cdu deuce of every person in the Crows cated there.. out to British settled at nauno, where he became miners' agent and general secretary of the miners nmon He early engaged in a political light and lias been in them ever since. In focnd impossible to get any other candidate to oppose the bunsmuir in- terests Mr. Smith consented.to be a candidate, and lost his deposit. He kept on fighting and in 1898' be suc- ceeded in winning a seat in the leg- islature, where he' sat .until 1900, when he resigned the fed- eral constituency of Nanaimo. He was .elected to tho House of Commons by a handsome and there speedily tpok his place as a Liberal -but pledged to do what was the interests of the in- csts of organized labor. He was elected again In 1904 i-as a straight Liberal elected tp protect the inter- dustria! classes. In 1908 Sir. Smith re-elected, but he was defeated In 1911 Since the latter year Mr. Smith has: living in Vancouver, .where he: tag business interests, ami he. taken, a large share in the activities ot the Liberal party there ne nas town, the president of the Vancouver uuj Last Can Don't forget those Sun- Uist uniformly sood Orangoa for Chat Christmas Dinner.- Older a bos today. Phone your Uniformly Good Oranges oruia FnutGrowcMExefennf e the leaders of Liberalism in tsew Brunswick, so that the new minister has been keenly interested in politics from-his boyhood days, arid has al been an ardent. 'He came to the province in 1898, soon, after his graduation from lie Gill University with honors in medi cine and surgery, and settled ]ri Cranbrook during the days at the constructioi of the Crow s Nest Pass division of the C P R There he and evovy IUOVQ In'DoniJnlou'tuid provin- cial politics us well. Hu htm tiikcu Boverul oc.Mrsos In Lou- dojif Purls, Ouiui- noutal liospitals and Bchools, and on Lliis coutiuenU pr. King Is closoly JiiuciiuuBu with tho industrial of the Koot- and has done a good deal to dove-lop tlieni; He is president of the King- Lumber "Mills, and, is associated with n number other' enterprises. id was member for Cranbrook, ,not a cuudiclate .In-: the latter your. While' tho House ho was .the chief Liberal was th'e Liberai 'caiididato iii Kooteuay in 1911; in defence of tho reciprocity agreement and the record df'tbe Latirier administration, but suf- fered defeat w.ith the party generally in the ill-advised .uctlou of the elector- at that. time. Dr. King is one of nie vice-presidents of the Provincial Eiberal Asso'ciation. Hon. T, D. Pattullo- Thomas D.ufferin Paltullo, minister of'-miids, who repeated in Prince Rupert his leader's defeat of lion. Win. Manson within a few months of that gentleman's being taken into the cabinet, is ii former- and comes of ii famous Ontario family ol newspaper owners, managers and writers. Born in Woodstock, Out., 43 years ago, he. was brought -up in the busi- ness in time 'the. editor of the Gait Reformer. lie was appointed secretary to the commissioner of the .Yukon in 1807, and left that- post to enter-business in Dawson. Prom there he moved 'to Prince 'Rupert on the founding1 of that and with the exception of about, year, speut in liusiiiess here and in Vancouver, his time has all been devoted to that i city. i During "an a'ctiye and progressive oareer there he has. taken a keen in- terest in its progress and that of the whole of the. north .country. He has served his fellow-citizens as alderman and mayor, and in many other ways he has boon' an influence in the com- munity. He _ha s' au unshakable op- :itoism in the .future of the port and is energetic and, as well as being' a good speaker. Hon. Sloan Hon. William .Sloan, minister of mines, entered upon his fiftieth year. T, few days before he so decisively de- "eated the government candidate in Nanaimo. Ho' was "horn -in Winguam, Ont, the son of. Or. H. J. -Sloan, a prominent Liberal ntion 'days, and his b'otli' Scot- tish born. Tlie McJIillanv one of .the old" guard1 of-Ltberalism. in: Ontario, was a -relative. ne went to Shanghai, China, -with 'his father and spent- twpiyearf'Jri thfe customs sen'ice at-thatr.pbrt. IiilSSS he 'came back to this: -province, swhich he ha? made living here in Mr Sloar of tho first to go to the Yukon, where lieyWaSj.ve.ry" suc- cessful. Returning to Nanaimo in ,1898. he invested itf a numb'er-oi: ven- tures, all, opfcwhich have turned out and he turned his attention to the legislative Tialls being- both bj birfh'and 'instinct an nfdent politi- cian His first essay was not sue cessful he being defeated vhen he contested Vancpirter -citv for the Commons in 1900 In he was elected for Como? aid he was re elected in 1908 Hon Wil Ham lempleman haying been defeat- ed Jn this city by a narrow uiargih-in the lattei year Air Sloan allv offered his seat and resigned it In MT Templemans He has been tredburer of the Provincial Liberal Association nnd organizer for Van cbuver Island, in former, years Mr Sloan is a stiong advocate of a v hltc British Columbia and during the campaign to that the employment ot Orientals and other aliens in the mines of Vancou ver Island sjiould "be put a stop to He is a clever speaker and has a faculti of presenting his ficts draving nis cogenth Hon tl D MapLeap Hon John Duncan MHcLean pi u vmciai secretirj and, Why ''AnuMc" Is an INSURANCE Aga'r.st Sudden Deathi Beforn an Immranca Oomrjnv will (nkoa risk on your life'.tbi: exarainiiiji physician will teat the mine and report whether you are ft pood riak. Wheu your kidnoyB get Bluggidb. and oliw, Buffer from siok'heau- ache, dizzy spells, or the twinges ind, pains ol luiiiimgo, rheumatism and, gout. The urine is often .cloudy, full of sediment; often and sleep is disturbed two, or threo times night. .This is. the timo you should consult'some physiciau of ,Tridp as of this; Invalids' Hotel and Surgical-Institute; Buffalo, N. Y. Send -him 10 cents tot sample package of his new discovery, "Auuric." Write him your symptoms and send a sample of urine for test... Experience has taught Dr. Pierce that "Aimric" is the-mout powerful agent in'dissolving hot water melts sugar; besides being'absolutely harmless it is endowed with .other properties, for it preserves thev kidneys tn a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing them. Being so many times more active than lithia, it clears 'tho iieart valves of any sandy-, substancei which may clog, them and checks the degeneration of the blood.-vessels, M well as regulating blood pressure.'. 'Anuric" is a regular insurance and life-saver for all big meafeeaters and those who deposit lime-salts in- their joints. Ask the druggist for "Anuric'.' put up by Dr. Pierce, in STRENGTH AND BEAUTY Come with Dr. Plerco's Golden Medical" Discovery, v Ibis Is a blood cleanser.and alterative that starts the liver, and stom- ach into vigorous action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blooa which feeds the heart, nerves, brain-ana organs of the body. The organs worjc smoothly like machinery running in oil. You foel clean, strong and strenuous in- stead of Urcd, weak and faint.- of warfl Islarm iH 1S75 born in Prince 5 educated his paitners have built up practice and the in that city is While a verv busy man he finds time albort ttwe m his native to keen abreast of the vei latest 5, 'discoveries ,in. his profession, and ONE OP-THE Being of an ambitious temperamenl the teacher came to British Columbia to push hi fortunes ar Columbia to push hi fortunes ar THE SOMME FKONT. riving in the province in 1S93 and speedily securing a position m one of tht interior schools He was en gaged in1 the-teaching-profession from that time until 1900 for the latter Extremely interesting accounts have been.given of the huge underground "funk" holes on the Sommo, from ,vliir-li whole "companies of Huns are extricated. Tills is the entrance to one of tho wernoua shelters which thoy lad provided for their .safety and 'all to no effect were they against the energetic British advance. For a Quick Pick-Up Luncheon try that most delicious, nourishing, whole wheat food, Triscuit, the shredded wheat wafer-toast It contains all the body- building material in the whole wheat gram, including the bran 'coat which pro- motes healthful and natural bowel movement. It is real whole wheat bread without yeast, baking powder' or chemicals of any ideal food for children be cause it compels thorough mastication, atvl ensures per- fect digestion. A crisp, tasty "snack" for picnics or Excur- sions. Toast in the oven and serve with butter, soft cheese or marmalades. Made in Canada wo years of that time 'beinf. toing >rhicipal ot tho Rossland schools; Having decided to adopt the raedi- 3al profession, for which -lie had. a onsiderablu hent, he returned east o Jlontreal at the age of twenty-five nid entered the faculty of medicine if McGill i University. He graduated vitli high honors in-the class of 1005> nd. at once .returned tov British- Co- umbla to resume his residence .here begin practice. He finally set- led in Greenwood .as. its leading phy- sician seven, .ago, and' "he. 'has )uilt up a." splendid practice in "that' city and through that Boundary country, earning -the'-repu- tation of being a and a sound general practitioner. v Neither'his teaching sional.duties; Jo which do- voted his whole prevented Dr.. tfacLcan public af- fairs; ibrtiatlesf sense, closely, ail inti- mate' knowledge ;of British" Columbia jolitics, which' he has followed' for isarly a quarter of a centu'ryy '-he: tnows its- resources thoroughly' arid ;ts mining assets, development and needs like a -hook. He is well-read, is a clear in decision and a fluent and convincing speaker. .This is not Dr. Macljean'B first acquaintance with office-holding. His fellow-citizens of.'Grtimwobd elected' aim to the city' "ijonncil for three .onus, and then for two years Jpfaced, him in the mayor's chair. His record these off ices" has been an one. Dr. MacLean, has been warm admirer 'and., supporter of clean sport, and he Is himself an en4 thusiastic curler anil hunter .and .fish- erman GRAIN EMBARGO IS PLACED TO FILL ELEVATORS Caigan Den 18 the last year Pacific railway in .effect a.ter- ritorial, embargo on grain shipments, with a.vlew to filling up the interior elevators navigation from'Fort William' has now cjosed-and-as the actual ca pacity of the elevators at'Fort is greitlj reduced by the multiplicity of.grades this year, officers estimate that thej already loaded and m to Fort TVilliam suffi c-ant grain to flll the elevators The all lail movement eastward! from Port William is'likely to be'slow on account of conditions at ilie Atlan tic seaboard an endeavor will there Tore be rnide by means of the terri tonal embargo to insure utilization of the space available in the government eleiators at Calgary Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. It IB undei stood that the railway of fleers consulted with the nocessan public authorities and. fully informed the lattei in connection with their plans Until further notice the onlj giam wHIch will be accepted Mr Fort William will be shipments from cer tain points which are not tributary to any of the government Interior eleva- tors GOVERNMENT ASKED SURE SUPPLY NEWS PRINT Toioato Dec resolution asking the Dominion government to take such action under the War Mea inres Act of 1014 as will assriie to the publishers of Canadian newspapers