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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVK THE LETI-inniDGE OAIL'V HERALD FRIDAY. DKCKMBER X2, Prominent Figures in Recent Cabine .t Changes in Great LOYD 6EORSE IORD.CURZDN 1 Day Only for You to Invest in COPPER CO. Limited Non-Personal Liability ;u Share These shares, owing to the fact that we are about to ship ore, are going to take a phenomenal advance in prices on DECEMBER 23 No BETTER INVESTMENT was ever offered in Alberta Less than shares .remain from 'an offering of shares. REMEMBER December 23, Saturday Is your last chance to secure an income for life. Orders as received will filled as long as shares last. Those too late will receive their money back at once. Call, Write or Wire Reservations Delta Copper Co. LIMITED 209, Eighth Avenue W., Calgaryy 302, Open evenings. Phone M2753 born iu JamuTrV 17. His I futiior. dioil suddenly of iilicumonin j little more than a year after. The widow mid her orphan cliilJren were iniineTNalely invited Kichard I Lloyd, her brother, to share his home land his savinas at Llauystnnulwy. The little family were tljrifty. but not j liilierly iicor. Luxuries wore very few. "Our bread was Mr I lovil r.e arce? me was Ills hold on hoth the people and the house of commons tiiat his de- mmmutkais of (ho South African war served, to increase his renown as a courageous advocate of the things lie thought rmhl ami a fearless opponent of what lie considered wrongful and oppressive. On the rolnni to jiowoi- of the Lib- emls lie was ottered and accepted tun said ill WO eiais ue was WIIMUU mm 'wircelv ale fresh mem aml'l reinein.j rabihot of president ot tho ii.e'r that our greatest luxury was half I board of trade. This office he vacatc.1 for each child on Sunday Uo assume the clumcellorshii) ot the The village school of' eschenuer in succession to Mr. As- i la tmnduvwa] n the bauds ofiunith. npon whose firm foundation of line established chord., ami thonsh j finance he built tho national msur- I the children, with few exceptions. I ance scheme. I the children, with few exceptions. I ance scuemu. I came from Xoticmu'oniiist In tlie fight with the house of lords i tlu-y were taught the iliic-trincs of the Lloyd drew upon himself the chiirch and -it was tiie custom to {hatred, expressed Hi extremely veno- march the children ID the village moils attacks, of the upholders of on Ash Wednesday. I-loyo j aristocracy. The bmlset ot 1'J'Oil was George was one of many rebels, and j the main cause of the crisis in the 'at the procession was discoutin- relations between the two chambers, I and it was the inclusion in that his- I 1if, iv.-rr- Ilinr IJ.OVO tnnV llnfMimpnt of the taxes Upon I Lne ciuinces v.rit- iGcorse should bivomc a minister, but j in his denomination there is no paid 'ministry, so that the boy's ambitions I were directed elsewhere, lleresoly- j ed to be it. solicitor, and in 1ST" this e was triumphantly accomplished. Lloyd Georse was articled -to Mr. Cassou, torie document of the taxes npon laud value which made it so peculiar- ly obnoxious to the peers. They saw in the meagre and unassuming be- ginnings of land taxation, and espe- cially "in the country-wide valuation ui real estate which they must in: tieorne was arucieu m dnce, tlie coming .onslaught on land the junior partner in a Portmadocj monopoly, firm. Bv ISSli be had begun to write Advocate of Compulsion in the'North Wales ;KN-oress under To Ulis as next stel, iu social the pseudonym of "l.rutus, and rcform Qreat .Brltaini Lloyd George showed himself already a passionate tad ,beKmi'to turn his some- I Radical. In 1SS1 he visited London, strenuous attention when the for the first time, and had first lntorvenea ne remained at his 11 view ot the house of commons. nost ns untu the ministry In 1SS4, at tbe age of 21, he passed his final examinations, and set up s na onuiiie the door of a little house near i the castle at Criccieth a brass plate with tile name of David Lloyd George, solicitor, engraved upon it. He soon made a .reputation, as a keen and fearless lawyer, lint his devotion to politics and religion was unabated. the Welsh tithe wars Mr. Lloyd George threw himself eagerly, and took a gallant part in many ji great post as chancellor until the ministry of munitions was created to cope with the demand fpr war material. In that responsible position, he scored a very decided success. He was an early of compulsion and fearless" iu Ms. ..efforts to rouse the nation to au understanding of the serious situation into which the lack of preparation for war on so gigantic a scale had thrust it.. His energy and ability as a mediator between ing interests have been of the great- encounter. His thoughts turned to _--- ithe house of commons. When, in cst Tom Ellis was elected member I rVNDON PET DOG SCANDAL of parliament for Merionethshire, I ________. i Lloyd Georg? one of his most en-j pbodles With Ekctrit Light Ubusiastic supporters. _He_ft.m_d__a Collara ln Svvell. society may retort on the Germans that if- -tliey are reduced to eating their Fancy Christmas Boxes in leading makes Our Own Home Made Candy, Canes and Christmas Novelties. Hot Drinks King George Ice Cream Parlor 518 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH HILL BLOCK Boston voted to continue the H-r'l'he vote in favor of license was censed sale of liciuor after tiio tiveli-i SM50. with 29.297 against. Las! e'st campaign on the liquor question j year the vote for license was that the city has had in many years.] and against. GIVE YOUR BOY A CHANCE Oilier hoys tiro getting 1'liysicaL Train ing ami Swims ;il; the Y. M. C. A. Your boy would iipjm'c-iato. a membership for a Gift. SpecialJunior, 10 to 12 years....... .Tunicas, 12. to 14 years 14 to 17 years........ i true helpmate in Jliss Jlaggie Owen; j to whom he was married In 1SSS. When he stood as n. candidate he did not PMHIE men constituency. He fought so well that on their collars for dark ni0nts, sa. lion April 2. 1890, he. was elected by a j I majority of IS. He .was .thus "7 when 1 j he entered Mr. Lloyd George's gift; -London News. "While there is urgent war work of every description for women to be Ol ijinuii Mr. Lloyd George's gifts were bad for the writes a promptly men like Mr. pondent, "the.number ot fashionable llorley "but at an early period in his I vvomen who seem to have nothing j I career he joined the organized rebel- better to do than tp take useless little I'lion of a few Welsh members, which spaniels for promenades is inereas- g I was prompted by tho clergy discipline ing The tekfnese hirs become a so- 1 i bill Later on he was" one of four cial pest. Skilled, .workmen are em- I! members who pressed for a firmer ployed still in making for him all treatment of the Welsh disestablish- kinds of fancy gear, and recently 1 saw a collar an electric bulb ment.. question. He. held las. own in nu sttiu -T.-I essentials, mat. i....u- together are not worth Lloyd George's of a Pekinese than little finger." It ft- admitted, bow- would provide a battalion of legless ever, that in ISSfi Mr. Lloyd George men with artificial limbs? Andhave was but a local hero. He was not tlie women, who carry these dogs time. .His sterling -craali- about any Idea of. what plain people ties were -gradually acknowledged, are thinking of them nowadays? and his close, serious, 'business-like "-it is also oointed out that finite study of .politics was bound to meet with" its reward. Sheer ability and i unvaried modesty characterized him, with it all. went a genial good i humor. But tbe great achievements i were yet to come. r- Added to Reputation During the years of Conservative lately, iu a hotel much frequented by convalescent officers, a lady there had such a dog, for Which the hotel had to provide two choice cutlets dally, the titbit only of which was given to it. ft was out of sorts one day, refusing its cutlets, and a wire was-sent to a London1''veterinary snr- Duriua the years of Conservative was- sent to a London sui I i administration, from 1SS6 to-M05, jgeon to come down and see it. Oui I i Lloyd George added considerably to j correspondent points out' that, will :'-is" parliamentary reputation i'rom i food" at present prices, behavior ol opposition benches. He .becameithis kind amounts to violation of the Year Hence! A'fellow on Hit: street I met f Was feeling nit her uiuc; I offered hiin a cigarette, But he said; "Nfo: thunk you. "I'm feeling .very sad today, The raason'.-is iiuite'- plaliii: -.vonder illy hair's turning grey, But'here I must explain. "In Calgary year ago I had a'-Vrliaiuin to buy These DftlUi (Topper Shares, you know, They're" so high. "Tligy sold at' cents 'each, thought H wis a fake, But 'now they've gone beyond my reach, And I've 1'oimu I had only listened to fellows in the know. I, would at least have nought a And watched my .money grow, "I tost so much in oil, you see, 1 vias afraid ID buy; And said: "These follows won't catcli mo, Becauyi'I am no guy." "And now they're goiM-ing up in price. 1 don't, know to do; But think ]'1I take a friend's and buy a few." M. MOlft, Olgary, November, 1016. JJULJA CJOPPBR CO., Lfd. (N'on-Personal Liability) 209 EIGHTH AVE. W., CALGARY Phone H2753; V V Keep Your the Fore Give it Publicity in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD The Herald Wants Cor- respondents at- Winnifred, Granum, Taber, Burdett, Vulcan, Grassy Lake, Carmangay, Monarch, Stirling, Coleman, Whitla to Chrotiicle all the principal' events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD Lethbridge ;