Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE BRAINS OF CANADA-No. 30 J. M. Godfrey Takes the First Pjace Movement A Leader ol the Benm Political Life uj a Dnflon McCarthy h I'rtsiJcnl of tkt National Service .League. 1' -nud the vrtaldenl UoAil' 'Service T By AFlTIIUIl HAWKBS..- I11S Is National Service Wech, of Ihe Nn- rafiue has bwm heard the Inspiration of the National Service Commission. It Is a habll Govern- ments forg'flltlnB thosi who hnve.fflvon special study to the on, fess to be seeking ItfrhL Hut then Governinc-nts ore such resourceful, independent They a. putting carl before Iho horse. So occasionally give the Impression (Jitit, having don't vrant a horep, when a mulcior an'ear can be "Eol engage' In this some of the dearest" the. Government think t hit .citizens, hi ve ihe right to use Ibe j'Xallonnl Service" only In n 'sort.'of acolyla relalloo. to Director-General BrnnttL John God- frey -was not uora'lo.bo an acolyte, Ahough ttf C-an.Ey thro-jghfthe Moca very Trell If he wants to.', Wnal la tietla with, he tig the merit of having- commlttcil the un- pardonable Sin affairs. He In pillty oil the cnorm of political Independence in. his youth as fcr which, In Ontario, at lea_st, there la saJd lo t toer nor forgiveness. If there is one thing which 'the poll-" llclara detect and succeed In mnklne other people de-test ft U the poises sJon'of convlcUond and the courage to trvuMfale them Into action. Godfrey Is the son or_a Methodist niJnlsifrr. In the eariy nJneUea he was not only an Orangeman, but he drank deeply of the splrit'of that In- Uose. Uaest faith. H- -believed, that the use of the French laceucge '-xis a darker lo British liberty "aj "sin- cerely eJt Lofner Oouin bdlevee It the cuaclusirc proof anA bulwerJc. of that sajne liberty Jn half this Mn- tlEtaL When DiJtoo McCirthy Ted a. revolt la the Conservative party "liiat tho Government ichlch traa weak CDO'jg-h to offend the Orange ocx. and thai revolt expressed It- self In. certain bye-elections, end tic- IS tSOT A SELF-SEEKER He Was Undoubtldly Suiprise When Asquith lo Accept His Ultimatum. bj-1'OLITICUS. OJiE tliui juiy dlher man ids present ruil- i iMtcJ. Thnt appolnlincnl, I Like lo Ihlnh, was at once one- tho and one of the boldtsi ads ihe iicw Prvmler Iras made. Whether Mr, B-0- four waj. or. wfts nol, ft tho perhaps In ihal office he' was nol .in his ercmintTThe should inake'b.'wholly admirable Kpi- Secrctn-ry. Mr. Garvln ;has pointed out" In Iho Observer e. fact o! which tho outside public li nol Kcn.- erally awnrt-khat. Dalfour Ihe chief author both of Alllarict and of the Entente C'ordlplp. Grebt Britain has-very few1 mch qmillflcd lo suecetd 1-ord Q'rey her Bal- four Is members. Cabincta' In '.brtn some Elans'" ot- twin- hrVatentd flatters. AHJ- t'lempL it. hands1, a? ib's'irTan" In-Ji of- haVe "-to" "it l the Stuff. Von One day, when military inatlersj were serious. If nol critical, for the GerriiAn com- mhndcr after came lo the to represent tlie physical Impos- sibility of L'crtnlii orders to advance bclns carried out by their wearied and weakened Iroovs- The k turned la lily chair towards the stern, wllhcrcJ. [t inarjtinl scaiej al a hi orner, liusily cngiigefl In Writi. 'on Mollko never took Ills eyes from is 'lash. Aa aTLor report, cnionstranco niter reniyniili-a.nce, re- [uest nfter reiiueat, woa rccclvt'il ht iltered'oiily ,Thr roops, he heard, were shocloss; their eel bloeillng; they were'iinflt o move.. To every, oiie, ant! wfihodi 'his eyes or pausing Iri hla Vorh for a moment, he fepltta, .will aiilnK and acrid vras. TI-J dlsoLtylnK ilollke; Ihcre wnji (o be no.rtls-' of lita carefuly-lald plan. ilic (list her luion-yt lit lifu VHS iirtictkal, and ll was chleflj' con- cerned. "Vjll> poor, baljk'.s vlioso inothcra. ntt'lccltd them, de- serted Uibka wLo rluiGulsllcd lu -having tmduatcd !roin the .Unlverfilly of she n'eii( to. tVcw '1'ork to 'oiudj- nl tho tnct y tvT.-lds MronW. b5j a "riot, inaurrectioc, and would folloir any real Tnr In the French Province. measures Ho "eveo Hit Work E became president of ths Peel County "War Auxiliary, -which ds practically every, woman, lie RedV'croiJi and from pto'- H producsd evidence front Quabec" lo Bhoir thai the people ot Qusbec ars more procc to obey draiUc1 mllllary Uw thaji the' rest of. us If "h'e didn't quote Armanfi airilnsl the prophtls of civil war. It wasn't Lavergne'a fault. _- Godfrey's plan Is on odaptitlcn of thnt which secured two and a. half for. the soclei7.v A County battalion TTGS raJs- Ed organized -whicti urne'd to account ttwmethods of the political oarUes-'In a coition of all of forces. Frcro the Peel Counly the.next advance was a. RecnJitlng League for No. 2 31111- tory Dlvlilon, eiclualre of the citlca of Torcnto and IltLmillor. It waj from tbla division thit 'the' unibir and of recruits raJied during liat winter. On atllily ahoini and dont Ihe Nbtlenol Ser- vice League was i natural ment, and the Car.adlan Dsrby Whcn Quthec scare was atlentlon Ttaa turned down Ihe.St- lj.irrcr.ee. He siw.Uiat t WAT. -when 5Ir. Lloyd hJsdev he felt that they owlnt which s'olntf tm" dc- ence'bn'Mr. Asqullh'a-ptrt become to retain, the headship of the-.CJoVBrTunanl--.-- Premier and "LREADY IJoyd'Georsa has L to ba any. tool "of ?that Of the to lUcVf the credit ot Ilic Preintershlp. That Section to make the rttentlor- of Atr.' Dal four In tnc Min- istry an impossibility, Bui In. face alike of lla threats and o'f for Its iAig-ffEJtlon thai .the prta afld the labors of the Secretaryship to hlb 01 public- calling prtssion. And 'dnpViyS astonished. If '.Hr. LloyVficorge does "M Is o 'he' the waljh- Tord of Uo'jil his Ilc'tas a' ,Ja ,'txpecla his; low-countrymen -to do the Covernmcni Government, and .will stand, avoidable delay. The Prime Minis himself ,'copli tell Jn public n. storj1. which those rho know him say thnt lie tella: JB private remarkable" which would bring home lo the peoplu In plclur es'quc form hla own story atifl sler resolve- Is the wn. once much Vcrsaillos, with-a. room -In Iht, hla torlc piilace of r.oiits XfV. In School of'Millanlhropy. her l vsorU Oil Il man whuVri li'la "f fcf Hitcccss never foMiid Kiibstltutfc for hard work, unanlriioualy 'prcsldcjit of the tituiidnid Oil r of Now Jersey, He- Is AU-. red Cotton Ifedrortl, unlil ycElerOaV vJcc-prMl'JoJit- unil li'iNLSurer "uf the greut vorporiiilon, Is- rifiy-two ytara old, and the cousin of IX T, liud- !onl, one of the GriKiDu! KUindanl Qll Jlu 'ftartc'rt lila buslntji career us :L tiry t'ooJ? clerk. for IS. S. jiffray i Co., unA'vQfktd. there nine l-'or nu gvcutcr W'QIIPS. but btcans'j ho woulil have a bjgycr.flt'.ili he.tnlcrcd the enivlby'of the port "C 1 1 Clinical a aubsldlwrj- pf'lliu KtaniSnrd Oil.