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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBmnciR DAIL1 IIEIUU) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1010 WHO'S W IN THE NEW OF BRITAIN of stale for the colonies in the flee from Voaiitlon government. Ho was liameat as ntombtr siu for 'tho o'' the Far East anil on parliamentary and iinivemty matters.. He married! the sprmg 01 _ was apuul'atod tho Treasury. PostroasteriGencral i e sp P of I "LcTer of I First Lord of the Admiralty, has been chaneellor of Urn Exchequer. v I, m If o dletiul-06 regarctal .is one- of tho ablest ad-. Bitron Rhondda Vasnmstoa, .lietl in mmistraiore in the coalition govern-] Rhonrtda, better kaown pel- Arthur Henderson linn. Arthur t Henderson. jmeill. Ho was'bora in East Lothian. :o'in 1S4S. anil educated at Trinity and 1S74 he took hts first Imps as D. A. Thomas, president of the iocat government board, is a lead- Dalliot collage, Oxforil, liocomlus Follow and' Proctor of AH loco. From 1888-1899'hoMi'liB oilitor nf tho Quarterly Review. Mo la n barrister' and asent-ia-chief .to tho Duko of Bedford, flu oontostpiT tho HlggluBwmlo division of Uedroril In 1910 in iliu Conservative: interest. He was a member of tho royal commis- sion on roilwuye.iu tlin departmental on .homo production of fdod.'iWll v t Sir Kohort llio aiowi. lord chancellor, has had a. lengthy liqlitical carcor, entering'parliament in 1885 as member for the Inverness Burghs. Ho was sollctor-genoral in the Conser- vative ministry from IS'Jt; to and after the general eloctUui of that year becanio attorney-general, retain- ing his portfolio the ilefeal Ills government in lOOti. Ho" was bpni in 1812 nt Edinburgh uud -educated there, graduating; in nujdicino from Edinburgh university. Ho was called to the liar .in 1867, and hocauitt a bencher of tho Middle Temple in 1885. His succession to the woolsack com- pletes his career as a lawyer-politi- cian. Sir Frederick Cawley Sir Frederick Cawley, chancellor of tho duchy of Lancaster, has been a member of parliament since 1895i Ho is a Liberal, and represents the Preslwlch division of Lancashire, ins South Wales coal magnate. He j where he has a controlling interest in is'managing director of the Cambrian I the Heaton Hills Bleaching company. Coal combine and other colliery com- .Middleton. He la also a landowner 1'eing born moulder by trade, he has held a num- for Ireland, fher of official positions in connection; Lord of the vnth his tradn union, and is now sec-, (owing the ri First panics in South Wales. His parlia- mentary experience began in 1S3S. when he was returned in the Liberal interest of Merthyr Burghs, and con- tinued to represent that constituency nnary of the Labor party. Mr. "llemk-rscn became mayor Newcastle, previously Seei _ member of the council and of the! Opposition iu .the House of Commons, Darlington borough council. He was; when he was succeeded by Bonar diosen rimmus mate of John Morley; Law. in the election of 1S55, but withdrew llr. Balfour lias always been in favor of lames Craig. From 1908-; prominent member or the Committee imperial Defence, which he created. Treasury, and b 19lW. fol- he ,ras her for Cardiff. Educated privately, he became a scholar of Jesus and in Herefordshire and Cheshire. Herbert A'. Fisher- Herbert A. Fisher, president of the board of education, is a late Fellow and tutor ot New cbllege, Oxford, tnd of Lord Salii In 1303 bury, "lit- became prime minister. Hi; of. government was defeated In the elec- :a a J tion of 1906 and until 1311 he led the j 1895 col.eges, Cambridge. In president of the Cardiff cham- of commerce and president of the South Wales Liberal Federation from 1S93-1S97. He has -been much employ- ed with munitions si ice the outbreak of the war, visiting Canada as the (jdteii at the Merchant Taylors' school nnd as a Taylorian oxhthltlonor at John's college; Oxford, Ho bo- camo a barrister of tho Inaor Tomplo in 1880 and manter of llio bench in 1513. Sir George Cave has also scrv- pil as a county alderman and as dopu- of quarter aoasloiiH for Surrey, in addition io a term of coun- ty1 councillor. George N. Barnes iGeorgo N. llurnes, minister uf nun- 'stonB, M. 1'. for the Ulackfrlars divi- sion of Glasgow-since 11100, .waa born la 1S59. He was .appointed assistant secretary of the So- 'cloty of Engineers Jn 1893i becoming general' secretary four years later1. He AVIIS a member ot' the wMoseloy to America. lie has .given much lime to the promotion old ago pensipiiu, latterly Co securing pensions and bettor al- lowances to soldiers afld sailors, be- ing a member, ot the government committee for that purpose. Henry E. Duke Itight Hon. Henry Edward Duko, K.C.; .M.P., was born In 1855. Culled to tho bar at Gray's lun !t9 years later; he hpcamo a queen's counsel in 1899. j Ho sat as Unionist member for Ply-1 mouth from J900 to 100G, nnd from I 1906 for Exeter. He was appointed} chairman of the royal commission on defence of the realm losses iii 1915. Baron Wimborne Ivor Churchill Guest, Baron Wim- borae. was educated at Eton and j Cambridge. He served in tho South African war, and became member for Plymouth in 1800, later representing Cardiff district. Ho was paymaster- general from 1910-1912.. He is chair- man of (he royal commission on 'WILL PRESENT LABOR Simpson, of Toronto, P. Draper, sei> VIEW8 ON REGISTRATION1 rotary and president Wiitora of tho Winnipeg, lice '.81.--U. A. M. trades congvoaB aud. dlscuse with It, for North Winnipeg, JGUVOR la- L. Bordim ami n, U. Bonnelt, labor'd' day i'or Ottawa to Join KiK-ControUor objections to national roglstratlou. We Sell for Cash Only, there- fore our Prices are Moderate? North Meat Market 242 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH i r CM eft Ul lllc IUJUI ulvullilloolfl has ben vice-chance or _of Sheffield fc t a afrorestation. university since 1912. Born in, don in 1865. he educated at Win- Sir Sir Edward Carson Edward Henry Carson representative of the government. Sir Albert Stsnley 3910 he was chairman of tho Parlia- mentary Labor party, and was also a member of the railway commission Lord Mllner {succeeds Mr. Ba'.four as and of the Lon Alfred, first Viscount select-; the admiralty was for_o Urn .attor- compauv, Ka: i ivncj iinrn In nev-seaeral in ttie coaution u_ He ,eSed 'h, ment. He was horu in 1854. bis father Chester, New college, Osford. 'Paris and Gottingen, He maiTled a daugh- ter Sir Courteriay llbert. He has nuhlished many works on political history, with special reference to the Napoleonic period and is a trustee of the British museum. Ho delivered the South African lectures in 1908; the Lowell lectures in 1909, and was Chichele lecturer in Foreign History He was- alsa member ot commissisn on tho public 13 overseas services of India, 1912-1915, born at Derby, in ISio. He tlle govanraient committee on iducated at American col- who sir Albert_H. Stanley, managing firat lord of director of many London electric 1911-12. the royal waner riume uong ip in: Walter Hume Long, now college and at Cambridge, he became kirk, Ayrshire, to ISoo, he was edu- scent as chairman of the board of inlana reventre. and in 3897 Lord Mil- He is a member Royal Institution, and, was "easurer of the Free trade He me loinmer 01 me or. Smelters' Mill, Iron and union. Batk in 1854 and educated at Harrow Osfprd. He sat in th'e House of HMW______, ner became governor of the Cape' Commons 'for North Wilts from tQok and or Good Hope. Holdhg this as a Conservative and there- municiDflI affairs in Glasgow and incntfor four years, Lord Milner next j after represented Devizes. West; t f HG has twice t T occupied a similar office, in the! Derby, Livercooi, South Brfstol fhe Con. beau lord chance oj of relanfl glnce Transvaarand .Orange' River colony; sAtfth DftDUx-; He 'now _ represents went with the headquar-'19U He calledvto the Irwh bar He has published maitj' tides on technical noUtical, and eco nomic subjects. Sir Ignatius O'Brien Sir Ignatius J O Bneu K C, has liteh commissioner for South the Strand division of Middlesex. He luring'the whole term, 1S97- has held various ministerial liD..was Africa d 3905. Andrew Bonar-Law r Andrew Bonai- chancellor of the ii the new cabinet, and mcmb2r ot the war council, was sec- good appetite, good spirits- mean no discord in the body. To keep the organs in bar- is society to Manchester and .ed to the city council in _ _ VlttS UiKULUU tU tllC Cltj nenfs un4er-ConservaUve stefa; havfng presided the Board H0tjgV has taken an active part if and.the Local the f0rjnatf0n of coucUiatlba irnni .Rnaril flip IntrPr t.VTlRR DC-'. ____u__.B i__j- in 1SS1 and to the inner bar in 1S99 He was bolictor ge leral foi Ireland. j" attorae3 general for Iro ernrueat Board, the latter twice be- fore accepting the position in the coalition cabinet. He was Chief Sec- retary for Ireland in 1SG5-6. Derby land 1913-13. _ Sir Georgt Cave Sir George Cave, K.C., M.P. for the of trade SL" inent 'part 'in the discusion of social j VnS6 and is particularly we'1-ltnowa in rac- Jng and shooting circles. He was j Christopher Addison, minister born in London in iSfio, educated at Of munitions, is member for the Hox- i-nnnff whpnfhprpimiPPd-use Wellington college and joined the ton diTision-of Shoreditch, which He mony-wnentnereisneea-use JQrenSdler Guards as a lieutenant, m na3 represented siace 1910 HO has BEECHAM'S PILLS of Air inlie Wctld, Sold la boxes, 1889-91 he was aide-de-camp to tho governor-general of Canada and served In: the South African war, first as chief press censor and later as privale secretary. to Field Marshal Lord Roberts.. From 1895 to 1900. he was one of the LordE-of the Treasury and financial secretary to the ivar ot- WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO, PHONE 762 Thos. B. Morrison Thomas B. Morrison, K.C., has been solicitor-general for Scotland since 1913. He was called to tho Scottish bar in 1891, and to the Kaglisn in 3899. He was deputy chairman of the Fishery board for Scotland 1910 'to 1913, and commissioner on tha Lighthouse board. Sir Frederick E. Smith Frederick E. Smith, K.C., attbr-> tiey-general, has been solicitor-gen- eral since 1915. He is Unionist 'lier for the Walton division of'Liver-: pool, has seen'active service in the i present war with the Oxfordshire Yeomanry, and was mentioned iu patches. He was educated at Birken- head school and Oxford, where he had a distinguished career. He be-, came a K. C. and bencher of Gray's Inn in 1908, and has published' sev- eral books on law and politics. He is .44 years of ago. Gordon Hewart Gordon Hewart, K.C., solicitor-gen- eral, has been member lor Leicester; rs.Ince 1913. He wasc born at Bury in 1870, and educated at Manchester! Grammar school and Oxford, where he had an open classical scholarship ftt University college. After a few jyears'of'literary he was called to the bar-of the Inner, Temple m He coitested Northv .West Manchester at a by-election in Liberal in politics. 1 Cleapng-Up Sale of Head of Mixed Cattle Will be Offered at Pincher. City .Stock Yards On Wednesday, December 27th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. About 200 head of Shorthorns and Whitefaces, Heifers and Cows, coming two and three years old and up. There are alw some 'nond feeding steers in the bunch, besides some good milk cows. J. H. FRANKEL, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer llgn Munro secre tarv for scptland lias fieeu. member 1910 He is a K C and had held important Iffcal positions m the; inland revenue do> paitment He in 1868 his father being shire iree Chuicu mmiscoi James A Cij'de Clyfls K O iord advo- cate has been M P for Edinburgh academy and ersitj He w called to the Scotch bar in 1887 and pointed standing counsel to Oxford became a KG !n_1901 He contested university in 19is and attorney-gen- the counties of and. eral to the Prince of Wales in 1914, HAVE YOU ONE T COMF 4ND HEAR IT If yon.have oue come and select some new records. We .carry as complete a stock as can be secured. LeiUe us name and address and vill syejid -von a. ImU of the now recortoillsted oath month, '_ v AND SEE US YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" 316. SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAR LEfHBRIDGE. AUCTION SALE TONIGHT TOMORROW NIGHT COMMENCING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK 111 MacKenzic's Old Stand, Third Aveuuc S. FRANK WAJPDINQTON HAS RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT, OF MERCHANDISE To seil absolutely without rcjcrvt; the stock Including Plated Ware. Brass Ware, Safety Razors, Aluminum Ware, Fancy Goods, Pictures, About'50 pairs Boots and Shoes, Toys. ABOUT 8000 HAVANA CIGARS In Boxes of Fifty Esch and Many' Other Items. Fire! Fjre! Also Included in.Thla.Sale, Large Qucntity..of Chocolates, Candies, etc. Salvaged from the fird at Cotaras .Brothers. Goods in perfect condition. Containers -only damaged. THE BARGAIN EVENT OF THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE been pariiameutary secretary to the offitc of munitions since 1915. He was borii in 1869 and educated at Trinity I college, Harrpgate and at St. Bar-j thplomew'B hospital. He has earned! recognition as an authority upon an- atomy and is a member of the Med- ical Research committee and of the departmental committee on tuberculo- sis. Dr. Addison has also published many worfes a medical nature. Previous to the formation ot the late coalition governmeit he was parlia- mentary secretary to the board of education. Lord Robert ,C-cil ton] Robert Cecil. minister at blockade, the third son of the third Marquis of Salisbury, is a K.C., and been undersecretary of state for foreign affairs since isio. He is 62 years of age and has sat in the house of commons as Umo'iist member for the Hitchin division. "Of Hertford- shire since 1912. 'Educated at Eton and University eoilese, Oxford, he was private secretary to' his .father from 1886-88. He was cabled to the'bar iu 1887 and took'silk iii He repre- sented East Mjirylebone from 1906-10 and contested eeats ia'Blackb.urn arid North Cambridgeshire the latter year. He is a- inner Temple and chairman of the Herts quarter sessions. Baron Devonpoft Hudson Bwbanke Kearley, first Earpn Devonport. fopfl controller, is chairman of the Port of London Au- thority and was from mem- ber for iJevonpprt: He1 was parlia- mentary secretary to the board of trade for four years, being elevated to the peerage in 19C8. He is a privy councillor, a justice.of deputy lieutenant of county. Sir Sir Joseph McLSy', chipping controller, is proininent Glasgow shipowner and was created a baronet in 1914. He was in cated at Olasgow.ana aas'heen. a magi istratt; of Oiasgoy and trus- tee. I Albert UlingWprth Albert H. ppstmaster- gcaeral, 13 mem'Jer fprrths IJcywood divisioi of He was re- turned unopposed 1915, ;he former member, T. Cawley, being kiilcd In action. Rowland E. Prothcro Rowland E: Prothcro, .president of the board of is memher for the uhivcraity ot .Oxford, which !io has represented since 1014. He v.-os created a niembe'r Vic- torian Order In .Bgrn' irf 1852. j ho was euucflted at Mariiiu.rough sbHcitor-geheral for Scotland in 1905 That's what you want your guests to say about your Christmas dinner. That's what they will say if you get your Christmas Turkey here. They'll vote your dinner a success be- cause they'll relish cverj bite. Please let us have your or- der early in the morning. We've bought several "roost of turkeys for Christ- mas. They're young, tender, well fed and fresh from the farm. The Geese, Ducks, Chick- ens, Fowl, Grain Fed Beef, Pork and Mutton, Milk Fefl Veal, Pure Pork Sausage aild. Christmas meats arc the very finest in the land. Phone 492 THE ALBERTA IV. Proprietor MEAT MARKET Oidcsi Bsitablished Meat Market in City ;