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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-T.mU'AKY 18. THK i.KTimr.iix.i: LAURIER and GLADSTONE NS OF A CONSERVATIVE U ii not given to every nun who for wt'll n, of a ivnuiry h-j.x bt'i-u an outstanding figure in ilic p'jlUicU history of his vuutiiry to avi-ay with regret. aiid esteem sluired I'i ly ilioso who did nut see t-yu fo eye wild him in the particular doutrhius lie stood Tor. Whitevvr tin-so diftcTC-iu-fs way have lietu tlii-y ari; and effaced in the rest tu which a great and outstanding citi- zen and a prominent statesman hufi called in I In; dcMh of Sir Wiltrld Laurler. him there has bueu broken a Sink which its itie witli the twentieth ct-n- in UK: history of ihy Dominion. A ritrouK malily and a picturesque figure Laa passed "nc a void which it -will be difficult tu two name of Laurler ami Mil pe niftit. Otlicr c were' is the llu- durijiK U construction has Iji't-n ;ill Ihc U'liji-TiiHis fursviiriU'd ijy Mayur "Vour wired. t'o Jlardiu and Mai K-.iuie, who an1 to carry out, your visiting UKI capiuil the- m-it yo-j look intu tit of jiroviuc..! nf At- lub. More atcoiu bi'rta, in ;m t-n- jvjiLirrtt li. X. de.ivor to urgo need of un t-x liy Kim-ranu-iu tlie to ILL On i-m-d tolling for rttihviiy uraiojry.iJn.ferytt i-xtfctisiou -riJ', cjlteKe to'lietfvtjuL Mlu-nie 'yon ('alder ami Cur proKraiu for witii. rt >TU ire s cousin1 o are getting written all Wire wlrt-s W4're tolling ol enor- mous onlhj'tiu-s for roiulruc- a funhc-r Murrain w.ts rc-cmc-il, hiK as follow.15.: Tin- hist- question Ksiiou has '.vj.tur i I'.irt uf program fcr two sccliyns within c-ity limits1; We; at hn J iVrmerly-h: stattMHi-utg frotis V. It-, j on being siilidividrd. will be byre till Tuesday. Set'Jr.n C. J ulkmiM Mt-edi r. H. '.Monday in .Montreal, and, Mr.; rimt !6i of Itt'id again Tuesday about lu- i tiiis land iji.; city ut- tax and tiio city of Canada have be-on iiitlmafly associated, this association there Is all the glamor connects the of (JladEtono and Dis- with Great Britain, and I'arneU with in all that goer. political reminiscent- 'erhaps Ibfi greaU-Kl parallel is the named statesman anil the one whose i been only just announced. men nijy aid lo have been the champions ot lost caiioil Of railway caiistruiUlont1 Kvery and tiio PS, causes which were honorable hi Uinin-l IMirt Or vountry "is seemingly gains to as coining from fJuct-re ronviftEonp, and championed with honesty of purpose (rladstonc afilic apux of an illustrious career went down over Home 'Hul-j (or Ireland. succumbed lo the reciprocity pact which dcciiled the Rovenmient in JIvjt neither statesman Buffered in reputation through ilcffut, nor forfeit the regard which tiio prcseni Reiieration win bold for them and' whU'h poylerlly will continue la- cherish. Whatever 'tlielr H-cafenpsses may havo been, In the human' nature that is nreeent in states as ir, husnlilnr rlay, the world's verdict Is ever generous, and. .provided llic exceed the delects, iss lo let the less he submergtiil Jn tiio and to allow sterling worth to hold the premier place. Of the two statesmen tunned, without stralniiif iioint, this can SHlci to be only triu.-. Like Clhidiionv, Hir V.'ilfiid Laurler has left a character heyond re- Holh ttieir lives have lieon inarkod hy dotnejitlc felicity. In'tho tur- moil, anil, it might he uddrul, ihe ItmiUittitnis of politics which have, blasted the reputations or pome llic-y have come through uUh their personal charac- To say this is in pay nmch, Imt the personal impres- sions arc tliert1. To carry the parallel (urihor the llrUJsh statesman and the statesman lad ihat wainierfiil ciofjnencc enhanced by :i rare charm of delivery tliiu earned fur them [Iu: iifitne of silver-tongued orators. Tho Hamc iinj of JAiyrier Hfji coffined u> his cwn province and ir> iiis oivn land. They Cou'iU a tang- t-cljo Jn1 Ifie Mhorc Oining his periodic visits he was uc- clairntvl as it pruat from a JXiiiyliter SI a to, and !iis name was us inucii LI household word as it was in tho DnminEon v.-Jrb which he was iden- tified. When he droyc. through the crowded thoroughfares, sucli as1 Ox- ford struct, hi1 was recognized hyL the by and received their resjicct- ful taliUatioiLS. LAURIER Impressions of a Young Canadian, It was in 10lo that ihe lust of the dcjinrtfjii. Ftate-iiiKin ?tH'ti by many in That visit st-ill remains u living incinbrj'. its tn.iny asso- ciations there will Hnger in Gait tlar- tlens id at in which ihe "old nuin eloquent" capti- vated by Ills rare oratory those who Jn iiia iiiRforllj' liarf not hf-'ard Jiim Epoak before., It .was rtra and refresh We havo only hnzy recollections of 1VJ6 sVhti'n Sir Laurier swept into power. Being but a small hoy nitcnding u tiountry ecliool taugiit by Mie of tho.-c dlsciplinaTians whose law-was a cal-o'-nine nJce- ]j" il3fie to a crisp over a hot firo, we ivere more intent on eluding the daily 'lichiny' than stinlylug up on the .Mani- toba sctiovl tiueslion and the tiiritf. lint we remioinher the Hon. Wilfrid Lanrlor betJiusc the laie Dan McGiHi- cmhly'h jiaper, the "Goderich" Kjgnal, came out the -next issue after'the oral election with a picture of Laurler, and ;i picture o? the late M..C. Camer- on, hero of a dozen of those political get the required work dono. ii government giving money j as ivotild In building trunk I'ouili ui> -ol hoii lo 40 jifV cost.aiul local govern--on out to put up the-Ijalanrc, making total of about for each prov- inco. Surest you see ihiu Icuul gov- i eminent arrange for this itnd lions- "From c-onverdaiinn with mini- cannot KCD this win prejii natural resources deal. PAGE NINE DON'T LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN When the door of Food Folly is left open stedks in. Many disease epidemics that sweep over the country are caused by poor food and under-nourishment. ,ge iit: fa: would ]jrO'Jnce. i ilucc owners to ii( The Monday te jllanlie nnil 'Ma< in a new. tight, UK? from the Dominion i'ovonniui'nt for roa-I-Jjuji.Ims. TJiFiiaMipa from yc-aterday tlsat Oie gov- ernment would "sivii i-iicli a iloilars for" supplies all the body-building nutriment in the whole wheat grain prepared in a digest- ible form. It contains more real nutriment than meat br.eggs. of these crisp brdym little, loaves of baked wheat with milk or cream-make a meal. O MADE IN CANADA of Kx- have' heln put on by the University pi 'i-tmrse of If-ctures Mankoba and this year this 'work is and, esoroises; on various Kiibjcpis. '''connfected iV'ith agriculturo and should ysk for the huitd- if the1 provincial govori who will thought likely (he it necefisary to cony t met' bri' officers" quarters and'orfi- ThiH will be urged on the KOVem- UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA NEWS NOTES it is probable tin.1 University of Alljprta at ol the Youiif; s -ojE sales: manshfy hei under the aus- inceVnf thti 01 rU'-Hoi" 'iiali-iOf'.Jtjiy- iwd-Uie Jie- ginning, of Ope -be and the Retail; f'Mi-rcbaiitsj _ in' Th furr-.r for tue course.1? .will 4ior franjc 's Committee ot Uie IT. F. A. SiOL-kdMe of Gtiicago. Similar being- the Universities Saskatchejvan aud Alherta, Com- of business men in each city, work with the. University .autb- in '-regard, to_ tlie organisation of tlie c-ourees. A vute of the senate-of the Univer- sity 1ms lioen taken on Iho proposals nl tlie Dominion'; Gorernment with TC- gara-tp iers. Approral was expressed 'by Sehttle ami ratified "by the Doard (iiwernors and-tlio Dominion gi as the vote or" the SeoaCe .is' com uiele. On Thursday evening, February 13th the Studen.ts' Union ot the University of Alberta enterjainecl to tile -Univer.sity, of Attcrta nien who huve 'i-fttur'ncil from overseas (luring the ptfjjt. year. j No meeting :of .Philos'pphical Society of tlie University, ot Alberta iiiis month, as it-has been imjJOE'sltile for a iec- Two lectures, hdweycr.'wlll be "given in .March. A'isual Instruclion Division of ;ov- Taf ria- the I) i that the University j University of Alberta, has -recently to undertake Iho added to-Its sets of lantern slides the Definite word Is ex- Ottawa as (o 'just, what tlie duties wili he. The board of examiners "for Alberta 'T.awl met'and' nia'ile ua-'re- port on'-ttio rosylts! ot ex- jiow sent uicmhevn ot.tlie "Senate ortrie, University of iiiail and sooii followi n In tipcants -Abroad, 54 tildes; Abrahaui Lincoln, '67 slides; Sir Walter Scott; 77 Domestic Science, 72 Centres', 102 slides; Colors' ot Butterflies, SI slides. AJI of. these h'ay'e ac- comnanying lecture Infor- mation nboul of the DDpaiLmcai oE Extension- may bo had .on application, Hurou tom- convictions of those present in! tJjo.'r Voiiit of vrtriancp wjlli tlio sjioaker, tliore coulil It-en nnsiintt'd praisn Ithu not hut have for oratorlcaL The jtowtTri boonu tiiu ordinary. The siieak-, ei' fell iii with" flic spirit and the F- awery of tfiu west in Recalling Il] Kftne.'' which" tic had passed through in, lite tour, and with reverence re- ferroil to "the tattle on a thousand Iiiils" Konie of Hiese scenes brought to'ins mind! It with rare aside and put a hninorous complexion on a thoughtless remark by'One oT'hts pany" in the course of 'a speech 'do live red' on tiie parne owaston, anil himscll to liu' act the l, minislrr of a, party, but (he 1'reruier of R may fairly he wild that this visit of the late Sir Wilfrid was a happy one So far as he was concerned and those vlio in fit and Heard him, To those of his own particular party the late ex-Premier will he remeni- Ijtrrctf as "tbe beloved chieftain." Tlii.i not in spirit of flattery but of sincere affection. To ottic-rs he can never ho n subject for cavil. There list remain Ibo honest opinion, how is 20 years ago, and with the two, gracing !ho. front page, was Dan's celebrated, rooster dressed In loud plaid breeches which was this noted old newspaperman's one 'best "way of world thai his side hnd won i mts iisui.- Somehow After that, we eeemed to associate Sir Wil- frid's picture, which appeared soon therc-nfler on the walls ol tho village sfliool along with the steel engraving ot Queen Victoria the Good, with that nninted rooster of Han McGUlicuddy's crowing a paean of in those earlv days it was impossible to asso- ciate Sir Wilfrid with nnythtag 'but victory; and'we always knew the an- swer lo the time-worn, question in current "Who is tfte prime minister of are Avriting this not because of any intlmnto personal knowlcdgy of Sir Wilfrid but liecause we knew him only as the average Canadian whoso impressions have been gained 'from following his career in the daily news- papers and from hearing him speafc two or three times, The first time was in In Iho northern part of Huron county. It was during thn .On January )0th of tins year C. P I. engine N'o. 500S. while in the ash at -the round house, was moved uimiug.over the hand of Otto Stamm. hosfjer's liclper Ktanim three ngers and part of the hand as a re- nil. In. a suit fileil today in he -Supreme "Court by J. ilv Palnifir icting Iqr- the injured man, claim is lor' damages, or in event j IK not grantetl a weekly allow- j anee of per "week to compensate'; or. the in earning power of the 1 ilaintiff, who .alleged that the accl-'i lent was wholly due to the negligence 1 tbe company' and its seryfliUs. .campaign of 1JKJ4, The fall fair was ever iaiimlJccd prjtiiical'Views may bM hoins held and wo were moro inter- lliat -here was a man who dcsorved j C3tcd In a game of footliall wliich was of his countrj'. lie was hy no to piaco in hc-arlng even jnc'.ms.Mic pmall politlcinn. A pollti- jno great LaurJer. But as he look his ciftii it U trur, he as is, more on a lilllo platform in front of ko position; but tlio grand stand'wo wondered no every in liko lie undoubteilly Jmrt the groat Quali- ties and'abilities of Ihty statesman. longer why they called 'Mm the silver- tongued .orator. Such a wealth ol liven Ina worst t'nemujp, if he liari any, rcaulilul Knglish. such a cominnnil of nmat concede this-, Ice may have fall- words, such rounded phrases ami en short Jn the expectations of many hrilhal such fiery IK nu" won- in iiis nUttmle to eort.iin pnllftipa and j acr that thti young mind was impress- of action in Hie later yeartj'ot that cd-and made a hero out of this man war, but none can doubt tliat however could sway audiences to his will Iheso may'ba Interpreted Ihore ImrnedfTlic Impression was distinctly that in him the snimc patriotism nml Hie lo victory 'for llio Al- lied tauso in-the had a. placojn of. every, loyal Can- nriiaif. -Hlr lovrd Can- nrta too inucii for any oni! to consirtor it Who is Ihcfe'of 113 who sufficiently knows tlio innermost Btrarchingsi of. a man's, heart? The "while plumed a (Ir'drrlption wlitch wiH atfrr.tlonfitoly flinj; lo tfiO memory of tlio I.Tto Sir VTHfrifl In the rational Wai- Iialla'hia namo will -ho In- srribed. frlenj ami fors, alike iv ill doff his hat in sincere regard to the moinory ol'ono of Onirtfi'g an'l .most "WnsHouV son's. CVCT" Ma shortcomiflga ndjiidg- n[ tfiert will bc.ub'hlKor' phce -for this man in appearance and In style of speech was all that migbt ex poet of n The years passed'and Blons wo catTled'iif Sir Wilfrid ler were not dimmed. JTis.'visit .to Knetand in -when hn was kntgM Pd, his sending of tlio contlngcnla to the South African Wan-and-Mn almost monotonous winning ol election con toslfi added lo his plory in the eyes of his ndmlrora and what bcitlt-r l that one's first vote should in supjiort of UIP grand-'olil man marking-It Hcd Deer who. In so many ways, seoinwVio be-typicar-iii fire nnd'clo- quenc'o of that for'whicli the old chitjf- tain, stood, Then, in. 101D wo hoard lilriL for" Uio secontl'and last (ime on OTTAWA. Feb. suggested Liticrl caucus for tiie choirc of a tem- porary successor to Sir Wilfrid Luur- er as leader of the opposition will not' Le held this week, in all probability.' Thursday had been mooteil as a pass-- thlo day, but with funeral arrange mcnU (or Saturday, it Is unlikely that' [he caucus can te held before the early part of next week, A lelegram lias heen received from Hon. Frank Oliver announcing his In- tention to come, lo Ottawa for the fun-1 eral. FEB. Elst .'in ill the hearts ot HIOPO who have itho ocons'inn of virfll lo nindo lli'nt visit an cvtnt, we wore things against liitn.- Kat'hcr would all men look wilh pride on we natm? which MS! a qonjxlry HJio; more Sir Wilfrid to which owner Owed Ills liirlh. [fif.enied to live up. The "prompting of tTial country to its] of. .earlier days, ond. because ripening proper in (he sjihcro of g go I year.i "but- sftrveri to fnVest him wit ir still more elnmoiir.' The kind of thn innu hut arid was over his worthy aim o'nd anihition. II not given lo him lo sec new Canada. UIK 1'romiseilJynid tluil is lo luisi- Iii now after through tho fiery i-xiierir-uce r-f, an war, hut Tfit'iJ Kir Kunrkrr 1l.i of a lif- faiDifully In hi.- cnunlry tn tsikv Itii pine ilni nations j still lud ihicn of the world. Tlur.r arc: nvolh-ciioiiK iVcaM the wlioitirt dud jinjircssiOTis wlilt'h hr lus ufifHil-j "f lirtd saiil, Jion lOnxl luKly lofl ('.niiula is a( war. OIL- Jlanctd Die Impressiona ol him as the Ptalesrnan, And wli.it illil (lie flvcragc young Cmihdrfin ndmircr ilifnk in thai tiiomPiitons decision jm ron- In I l.iiurit'r win: UN- lifTn PARIS, Feb. represents lion for governments, on the on6 huiulj and employers and labor, on the other, dcc.ldcd upon by the commisaion pn labor legislation .yiis- for the mcqt; inp of the proposed annual feroncn. The plan adopted waa that presented -uy 'the rlelogatcs with an amendment proposed by the tlRlcgatlon. Samuel betid iho Kotlorallon, ft! rresiiled over the Vrrak with Lnurici- in 1917? It! couMn't'bc scorn for thtrYilfl Kinrore. Ko 0110 ever djinbtetl Ma covscleutinnsncss, H" vasn't pity, for puo could not'pity" n nmi wlrd had ao long held tlio hefo of Iho hoy. H was jnipro n' liplio though (here had been fi il If Terence of opinion the average Canadian migitt continue-to; ffi- raenihcr the man, now fast approach- Ins tfiq mark, and reniem-, bf-r him with kindliness in his heart for tlic'-'CVitKithanism for ivhlch he nlways stood, There was a ,cc-r-[ lain pily.r'tis true, tliat bin lustre hail; btMi (UmmeJ, but ont; could not bring lilmself lo Imllev'r Laiirlf-r himself, for poiilical reasons, had slipped from tlirr Ululi pJano he Jiad fco loiif; occii- Ami nc-w he is 'ne world will rcnii'iiilMT him a.1, vvr Mill.roirtcniber him for (la1 hlgh-Kghla of crutif-r I at war wlili-h marked him a? sroal nhoul Ihc 5tniosrian, and God's grcut ndblomnn. This market will be in charge of a English thoroughly wricrstands tbe rfeu- ing, dressing and preparing of Fish IN ANY WAY: WANTED.' this is something the'brdiriary toustwife has not been able to get in Lethbridge, consequently, there has not'been the of fish would have been. It is our aim to give'the of this city afbetter; and more up-to-date Fish service. Ciistbmers can open a monthly credit-account regardless of where Oieir meats, -f The Fish Market adjoins the Dominion Market arid regular deliveries will be made in connection 'with same.' j' l On Friday, the 21st) ftftve Special ._ i c Shipments the Pacific, Atlantic frid Northern Lakes r's Advt for SpecialvPrieess, which.'iyill be Away, the Lowest in the City CORNER 4TH AVE-. AND 6TH-ST, PHONE No. 54S ;