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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMIRIIXIC DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1909. PAGE nf nl' "C 1 c R f the "mailed fist." belief in the essential goodness. -of i, R The Churchman (human nature. Gladstone was Uub at banquet Wednesday It was not alone as an orator how- the ministers of the world evening. On Friday he will be the ever, that he' will be remembered. and he also kePl the soul of England guest of the National Club, returning As a theologian and a Christian came of a slavf fam j to Ottawa on Saturday. In the early v.-ill be more revered by a laree sec- 1 bur became an apostle of liberty.; following i- n Onr-ihnlrti hit; nnrt in lihornr OI lire lOHOUing weCh. IIIC Canl- of tlie community. One of tne i rttlI37-ca ms Pa" m iiuerat> remarkable facts concerning this and Italy: Greece pro- net will mror to sive final considera- ly great man was the respect and i claimed him lier champion: he was tion to the naval bill, which is to be reverence which he manifested to- insPirefl saviour of Bulgaria and the. introducwl the Commons on Wed- wards the Sabbath and religious de- 1 greatest friend of the downtrodden votion, and there is no shadow of a Armenians.' ies towards the church he would nesdav. Jan. 12. Confectionery and Ice-cream i ne i-eopie s wiiuam But he will be remembered and be- nave become one of its most shin-1 ,ovod by the pregent generation mostj of al! because he ever chose to re-1 ing ornaments, it is he occupies WHOLESALE 'AND RETAIL Retail Stores: Alberta Block, Round Street; and Next Bank of Commerce. Factorv Crabb Street. V Afternoon Teas and Hot Drinks at old stand. Cafe installed m new store when fixtures arrive. ROCHON'S Candy 'Kitchens no mean position in the polemics of p and it the nineteenth century. fg especially of notice at this During the greatest epochs of his j epoch in the history of parliamentary career, he religously j British politics that he always re- laid aside the affairs of- state on the! mained a Commoner. Many were the Sabbath day and devoted his mind, I efforts of friends and' foes alike to free from the trammels of office and j "kick hjm upstairs." But to his hon- state secrets, to the calm vand quiet! or> be jt said he remained 'to the end of religious devotion, and one of the piain William Ewart Gladstone, and most interesting and instructive as such he will remain in the bril- sights it was possible to behold was ]jant chapter of history which he has his regular attendance at the little written. An admirer of the one Hawarden Church, joining in the whose centenary we today celebrate. worship of the villagers with a rever- ence and sincerity which was unde- niable. When opportunity permitted he was in his regular pew and many were the visitors to that simple ser- vice for .the purpose of hearing the statesman read the lessons in that little sanctuary which for many years was his custom. Even during hig Oxford days, he Is recently observed: "A great states- man, a consulate scholar, and a bril- liant orator, Gladstone will live in English history as one of her greatest sons, but to the masses on whom his personality exercised such a powerful influence, he will always be the G. 0. M. or to reverse the letters the 'Man of The Grand Old Man concluded his Fit-Finish-Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE for 50c, ;