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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIBRIPGE DAILY HEKALP FageS GEORGE Wif WESTERN RAILROAD MAGNATE There many imita- tions of this best, of til fly. killers! AakjwwsWa, and awaitl tBy W, When n trauscintlheulsl ..traveller pastes Fort William on his way tides' out of trie jurisdiction' of .vld president In barge of the eastern of the anadiau Pacific Railway, and Into bat of George Bury, czar of the west- lines of the .big system. .The ransltlon Is Imperceptible but .It 13 one ths less, real Beyond tbe Great ikea one gels out of. touch yriih all iose mighty dlrectors-and officials Jn lontrtal and looks Instead to the face f their'viceroy in" 'Winnipeg.'. George Bury IsUo'.lhe Veskrntr wbat Sir Thomas j. W. Leonard, DaUd MoXlcwll, .0.. M. worth and all the "rest "of, the bead office potentates are to tbe easterner, lie is all officials" rolled InU one so'far at" influence-'Jt concerned and, as the power'-of a use'' .0 increase In hU.dh tahcc'from the court, sorlhe band of Vice-president "Bury Is mighty 'through out the well., Wbta.he 'joes' 'east to render' account to -ills Lhe company, diminish In lm- learned shorthand on the sly- Wlieu he appeared before Mr. Suaughnessy lii qiiMl ot the positiqo. this know- ledge turned the scale In his favor. The futyre president einploje'd the ulure vice-president oa the spot aad George, started to a Now, yoyng Bury did not play the :ole of cilice boy lu tbe approved and popular way. He didn't loaf, srnoie on tbe quiet, and he didn't I off vfrettuently.' to b'jry. big grand- mother. Ills mind was a sponge and he soaked'.la knowledge like water At night he learned telegraphy and by day, when be could spare tbo Urre from his otflce work, he was ferretlni: around sUtiou, yard and shops to pick upjodds and euds of Information lie wanted to.know rallioadlng from A to Z.' ,f Knowledge told! He hadn't been three years.In the, office before Gen eral Manager-Van Home" imrtolie. him from Mr. deparl merit "to serve "as bU private, secre- tary. Then somewhere about 1900 th RULED -JUDG.EO LANOELIER IN CASE A.OAINJT. QUEBEC.-. HOTEL- I' Queiwc, July' 14.-Because btersol I iy a number of SlTRomauld temper "morVih.. I J if: I VJuige the line v Yii' .-a i .1 i..f raniie v hi r not'into'..'.' ti .vi .v-.. i. I! 0 .r portaDce, but once ho returns to bis OKB domain, bo _Hl .'Alexandra slatloo- In Winnipeg of the lire little arm whit ns acUvc and ,Mr! Bury confon Ih9 seneral.riile b become preai In C young man' knew, a little abbu every lbln'K''in' the railroad buslneii appointed assistant superjntem ent at -Norti feayy In a tew years t gazetted Dili superintendent aa begau'a' series of inovea and pr ons that." carried him back an a shu e was at Fort Vi'lllta'm i. i then back, I j then in Winnipeg an liruakr ly'Afle.r r.r I proviiic >i i ft' T'coiirt fi >.'-r tffmine .if. mm naiiiiesTo i v.ia J -I. fi ,1 i l-.f.'r-f. bv II ..J "Of bve'r, wll 1 'be. I igb feied by. brtnc'evof life'spent his Mlow, bt S-it -hr (it." ill- "i tnt (we (or, ft.- hessy; ie'tjy's wllh Upgrade wtio'..baTe pf Several'new sldejrarts 'fo' Imbibe tie': main r (alien and .without eite wears a'sllght KKIJEVE INSOMNIA WON' clpal of ;