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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE FAME SMILED ON MITCHELl? HOBBY Canadian General's Many Dec- oralions Received Becaufe of Intelligence Work. -V HE MApTjHE MAPS On Which Canadian Operations Were lo High Post in British Army. p. KlGADIEK-GE.v! CHARLES 3! i> O of Honor, iUTCUELU C.B.. C.M.G, OrJer L'lOpoM. Crell lie Cvioire. Ortcr ct ihe iv.ivn ar.J Cress of War. 3 ul n tu'M-y. that hobby.suil I'u'kcJ iiim u> In Us ariJ him ui> to the stars. In spi'.c cf tilazlns streak o[ rlhtwi V.3 lett breast, is not a vrofcs'ional 13cfore the war, an engineer, nil enthUEilstlc ot Indi'jtn bo li In ihe fnglnttrirs and socloSoEldl sense. AiiJ bad a liobljj lerven'.lr, furiously, joyously. An-i Uiat the science o( ia-Kfi an Hut miliury iutellisence. jihey: srltiu-r from th- in his younger when he ot enemy annic-s rrasulUng engineer -tt Mi-ra le a g-mg ot J Hun jnlcii'm" v.-ns a member ot an ialaa ry m b n iwi t ou a auut of lino IJut that line o' ns You JOS. GIBSON IS COMMONER RULER OLD Mr. Kei Hara ike'First Unlitled WclV-Known.Irigersoll Temper- Premier 'of Tbt ance Worker Full of Country.' Pep and "Hylic. l O L ITPOfrTieiAN j BEGAN !Never Governed by Impulse. But Always Cool and H. A. L. Fbher British Minister of federal who il U snid will iHvauvoliuctl Hritftr. Any -jdo to the I rmcd fan A TJC tlinc 'r n ston a W comiorrr a man nidi nff 'H A i at he of tue For Three Yeais He Followed E. King Dodds and Waged PlalformAVar With ;car ifce -inadeqtiate arillinc, jootln? and an annual camping i" ie5-coat didn't good ,cf n t on a quut must krion- everything lie" number of enemy gu tain pieco'ot ori a ctfr" the numUr of ater 10 be d-cncrol C. H. .strike his ennuirins; And, .of course, there v-a? hoLby. Sci'irt due course be tK-gan to for Lhe formaVlon of some miii which hive army tc'lisrer.ce. it_ of ssryice. 'In th Otirps of Guides was, fprmetl ac Vf-cntne one- of its senior officer; He- studied Uie ground." lie learne '.ti 5ce a landscape in a map, a view from a cliarb He studio found 111 a ire propel to cap A WJrard With MITCHELL did giiat Chief of. ,1 nielli in Hie Caindian Crrp0 from t1- to hne He MV-'n vr wn it i. boo the a "-pHiii ot po i lie he ped mr pUoto tbe -oldiers ould -mcil an tnoinv it tack, l heat! Lest of all could put i the hindi Ihc Infant Ju l (Tore an a tho l-ue t 13- best phu osranh and the me it typewritten ol hit the infmtn would ihe> j (1 anced He was iho e cs' and tjie odv llip corps lie Delected, bings- ue ivcrc to off chew and lu' October 1515, 'during tho'Eoinine ffeiiiu e lie vtit promoted 10 Itneral Staff Officer (Intelligence) E tnC- nd Vnm under General Murrer went lo Pis chen aele a I.IPI few wilt forge he Tilcndta lufurniatigii that iv upplietl for that seemingly im possible b> reneral "MltchelL resumes of previous actions, tutiics ot> tbo ground and -foretaste if provable-enemy, ncUoii .were mas- erpieces. He diU ii" 'In his to iclp Ui countryman do Ibat 3 ob J i ou will recall we d rl it So is-home again aihEred ribbons, like an all cro. Ami. his confreres, Avho tmlled deprecatingiv at a alill in their.svrivel h decoration smother than -those ivhie four- years oi worry liave hung o: them. 151 ilr. Ktl Jiara a if tht iiOTtrziuie-jit as a s. cv-untry wiiicli, like i to i h s fciyer m n I1 from tfce 1 of the Uni r e Tfct- clipped r e Uic ectab a, C tii o a Oab net i- lilt bad Han it ruled iJi Cabu e.1 lit! Ilara uj n lo rtn i Ctb[ el I luimi s much reloJcliiET throyyliuwi Jajun r li-jpvy i vent, (or a ers fiL. itd lo linve. upon The say? tho Fat !i vvJiich we find tfit t'ief of ttie ittw I'ri-inler. hll poHcit? Jlr. Itarii-came into en the Tall of Count TcraucliE t'jvvard tLic end last Hi? Cablret is In- -in rcsrect: li- Is fo Ji-cd on t le i r of par bf- n? tEatn'from 1 6 of N par tbe kal llr Hara -Is a mail jioliUcol trainlnir bten accoiTij -4ieil ihe ftc'd-of jartv He conj ect'd a'cd'-ii1 noiv leader. He ha a t e or partr tactic had ad iltiiitrition. for. he lias'held -ft-port >llo" la- three "CaMnets.' i tliird "Vvar uid with hi TiYammale knViylcdsc of- political" .fe and Ions In' ol- ice srd in Oppoeition the new F' me Minister mar lo ach 21 e accees n t Mr Hara coiut from Ihe Nortli inn? been bprn lo Mortokx Tpklo to furllie; "tudics on a hip founded of Ins claa. In lokso he the law at ta'-hcd to the Deparfnien Justice tno'Q learnlcs was macb encourascd atfd ciallzed in tlie study'of French law fact accounts .for'.the Preinter's lindwleOge of :to-daj-. llara finish" T Jcft Joseph Oib tty J. T. FlTSiGKn.VLD. U of vc of mo t trenuous worn out nil been full of "slii ?on-of not iaan- Hfe has but i-ather1 a fturt with FKc Government amj-lhe Peopl.e Have Conlrtouleil Enoimous Sums iq N'ollo Acres of Land New ProSsUy Canada's Railways Have Cost tary irottam. In M lulcresl in tlw nu'iie- oj .llio railway. rim' iila'ce, they llmteJ I0 conslrue- lou uf all roails undertaken iSSD: .anil. In the place, iliey uva fiuarantteiJ a consMci'aUle measuio ot llw now tin accouu fJllous: for, wiilcli In National Transvoiitinculal 1'rlttec1 Kdn'arU Js-lanJ.., T.-aua N Ccal ana llailway l.WS.GO'Jj Total................4313.013.PC3 accounts It wiH be lo havelb i-lrarlv in mind Mleiii ana loijelher, the rinal AvouM to orlj, buiiilors. epirlt that readily makes him Ihf ft- Bny coin- cares 1o" cntfr. U tars heihas been'pounding; icA-com with both, platform from Ihe b-fore tha Down -it Vrras'' Ine N. Zealand Premier Was Born In Deny Ri. WVf. Mosses Becam a 'Fafm Wofyefi and Then Owner. Inn Wigian'J, in tlie year ins.left-that coutitr: ents for Canada at" the years, .he can Cauafliaii i nll-tiirough heart, and that Is the- tliat counb He is ncart ibe pobclble enJ for On3 lanfl. ot birth and the place of life1 people. as lie s to d i) 11 d fioni he.lias a. convention'.o: year 1501 to attend; ;i coutical of the Methods I UtU-di which 15 held leu %eurs lias Ueen active.'.hi' all tho of1 "the church Ine biokioom IP Ihe pulp 11 and cl ne "in, He dfifeatvd in i conleM foi tlie llou c ot Coniinons it tho of ibo'Nationil jiollc' He however, tiie n-aliza- lion'thal he hud rolled the largesL Ills ridinp ui tin; final ic-cVionins1, nizod as rislns sibuvo Hie. other uvo. The. oiierates tho rail- lluir fixetl charges, and provides for divide mis, out y( iho-pockets ot the whole peopU-., In me aij- Cirain-Owwcrs" -J. Jj. Payne The- tr.uisjit-nation lax not only ranks flm In tho onlw of uY the CantoHan W- irme, but it is uiiijuestJonaWy ihc-' 'inofit sent-rally distribute! of all Iho Imposts boi'iie liy tUo 'lii-n Ltliuslon in ihc urjl- ivy courso to taxes, ilift of ho avtraso man .at turns to UBiOius duties or tti municipal nine part .baseball ,i nd i rlcket. excelled, ani of hy wit of a school trouble in nhich man; of his cla left o I end i On Tclr Journa iEtic wor of th ih. i_ The'--faintly' came to.a litlle liamlct neir Tngersoll then Ur, and ;iioir. Known -as'. Thers thev Trsliprl tyno before goiug 'to a farm They. came, from thEreCto'-Jngersoll one laler( and the boy busied could about f ne iiomeA his famiiv encaged ID the blackh mi thing ind Tragbn manj facturing' in 1S.O Ihe >oung lad in the implement foundrv Brothers at first aa o_ la- borer and a1 Iljs abiliti soon got him't'int6 fbej Aflcr a fhoit unjs of tliife bae also m Ingersoll MJOtit tliia time be was ablo platform speaker in, the causo 6f former, bccaulc of the fact that: he-at one time pitched for the champion leain called ihe Mr t pitcher is still called a pitcher, although reality he throws tlic ball in I game of to-day. In his da> ii v underhand pitching and jiotiiinj? el The, rules of the gtime- UB far as 'the pitcher's end of it was concerned Avfire "verv and- a man to have his_miml witb him all Lime. livltlei Gibson. drspKcalt these ac' is to-day pootiiliasier at In l. and has held that iiosUioi 3te has held It deiipit the com'ng and going of and .has held it despite ih and is of his own anibi Also Land GranU T1IK lust iivo iib'S'Csate of the to 11 ivay" interests. That is uu-. liirse amount; hut It .o be all. The Doniln- IH'CS also gave, by way NO one may thiy dollirs. The facts aio not available. stalenutilH uY Hie fifio. however, Hiowed lhat'the coi iany had received fiyiu of Miwll nroitoiliou of iViiiuih was for IrrieLitcd farms; ivhich" a conoidenOt'lc 'oxi'ien'diluie Hail The balance be- s fo subsidy account, com'- o, these Itas recently bten nutnii "jncomo tux, wliieh still hears iitc f-t novelly. but with whlcl yi ii'likwly to become fairly fiimiliar jre'he has the othl of It. If thinks at all" of !eyv H'rising ut trar.sporlatlfen tolls lio Is apt assume that it falls only upon; hoso lo pay .frt-Ight ills. XoL ED. llu! cwt of piac- lie clothing; -home-furnishings- and- HO covered by tin's ratisiHJrtallou ta.v. It is there, un'U by rfu .means van'he oacJino iiaying t, Ehlifully ifhiay ho cam- ouflaged. Indeed, it is somewhat more serious than that, as ivill be made plalii at oiice. n 1917, :tho last year for whltli j'facts arc at the; monieiit avail- the .freight bill of the' people Canada was That was for can-iago only. The charges _fqct transjlocation tions.." He goes-down, to the office I, lione llu bright and. early each morning and, has hia eharc" of to lits char-'' ac pep a nd lins tie nnd when Ins time comes iml Iho work is finiiihedyhe goes In lo his prhate ofClc.e to lorrcspondcnce from all parts oC -the' continent ana on many subjects. His home life-is, it elibuld lie is al th ou gn he expresses thoushtb of lonfilTi? Tsh-ea he' looks the places whero i his 6aw of bojhood up thtn left OneAKof- these iam entered ths the rtaff leinp-rance liircc the l althowfili onl> twenty ot In those FT HON F M Prime Minister of New XeaLind-land other; ind recreyentalivo to the Peace 'erchce at Paria waa'born'at Lima sidy, County mere child his patents emigrated to Xew in 1S'12, leaving1 their .son 3 grandparents to "liis itttucation. At the end of IS70 hs father and mother .their home, and for time assiatetl in the work of tho farm. Later he became an- employe on1 large cattle acfl slalion, where he gained the experience which ihe groundwork his career: as .a farmer. At Jthe twenty-one llasszy struct out on his'own account, and farm at Mangerc.-1n the in JiacJiL of lo ITccfci Shimtun He's a A CIRCUMSTANCE intervened n JournaH5 Ic life which caused him to cntet upon an official career. A political party was ,tnen beins or- ganlztd by ISie tale- Marquts Inouye toured the country on their cainiiilsh- Mr. Hara Joined the partj correaDoriient and ihft" leaflers 'finding Terr promising mat e rial recommended Hara lo Marquis Inouye, who' wa; then Thua it was tUronsli tfic Ihliutnce of Inouye thai ihe newrpaper roan began hfs diplo- matic service. Hara vraa sent to France as consul. At this lime his ability was recognlz.- ed by Ihe "late Coant Jlutsu, Ihe greatest diplomat of modern Japan, 'and, Mr. Hara's career slnce'then has men had chosen as tbelr icbampion a wonderfully aiid nnlc'htd pljtfoVta son of t King Dodaa. )For three Mr Gibson ivaa al ways'to bo found uppii the'heels ot lie -folloivefl tHo man lo "a! hia niettmss ard many were wars waged from the !platformt Ii tlirto yeara T-outig- Gibbon missed only .IJodds' meetings Mr. Gibson Iiad-been' th'e-favorite o the temperance" men. and his succei during three of the temperance minds. An EarneU Church Worker GIBSONS energieg did not en tho temperance BO wero they all to that vas a force in {Iter Methodist Churc: puiy "Minister of overoeap All the sons are married: an a "away" from the parental root Ms iuffi datjante1- he ia hoviever anO Jooks'cach day for the sunshine oj his of too we. cannot stop tVi Ufa that his record of promotion. lie bureau" n Count -commercial affairs His next post was lhat where ho sllil has, his home. Taking a lively Interest In matttra Jn his district led him Into Ihe In the cause- of he'Doininlon" of -which, lie 'headta Ihe Ontario branch. AWKWARD FOR HUBBY plF MELBV is to syig T Hie gala perfornf-incc- nt den during an anrualn tory'af.'a Cross entertaliimen ecentlyi It- concerned a- young inarne and ..a rich from who! hey. had "expectations, and who In idenlally was fond'of niualc. Aunty came on a visit lo Ihe Tvedfled coupje (s-'id Mmc Melba and wifey toliTlwi'. hubby hnd me is hand isinoss' carries by. will be xiuglit" under a ''i-ounil anil com -elignsive statistical, system. T in a-ailway charges jnight iiroiierl D fbi- t-ispress .tolls rjnffins, thc'tolal "up hat In rWui woman ai: I in the Dominion, 'r' r 'The Cost lo.the Public ionys fo account. com- pany still jioKis inilllon acres jthfc imuic-diatcivalue of which is unknown. to coinpli- cale the respect to the jiublic contribution by including purely HS Lire E, the value ot iaml s rail Us Is wholly pliinlcalcil. Thoti come ihc Tho fh-st the DolXijiion (or the relatively modcrrtlc of with Intcivst tliree cent, fur SO years, Tho anadlan Northern the bcneficl- About that time, or ttlc earlier. Ihu Western ,1'rovIiitcW for the saine'coin- any. The I'liovcnitnt beeauio Inters last year the account.fop uai'antees stood folion-s: 10 jy tho IVoviuces Total...- The Canadiai: and Grand rritnk I'aeifif. the "Ucutfici- couM liOtvjncet tlielr 'fixed irg-cs.' The Provinces wero im'alikf'- Lint up the money. rThe Domln- on .had to Mcp into the breach. It boli lu 1014 and 11H6 to neet Ihcire ami'In 191S tiia Uoyuriimciit was compelled to: tuko over tlie Canadian Xortliern. It iias teen-.said' that1 practically all'of the larger railways' are liable to show thcii- expenditures on-capi- tal account. The facts in that-regard for. foni" of Hie principal arc as follows: -L C.inadiaii 1'aCUiV-. Grand Trntik Canadian TN'ortliern id'Ti-utik I'acJlie.'.'.. rl'i duties -in .191" welt under in The Incidence f tis wtlli he customs quite the clement.of mefchJintS'and others charge "on Of thifir goods. Thai s lo' say, freight' ana'on the lop'of tliat is placed iho isual'rate of prolit. -Maklhsfi.dnc allowance for excepUqns. lhat vale roulft! iiot average 25 per so thatloinr-lransportsiuon ax one leap mounts up. V or 337.50 per" 13 surely a .vcrV subslaulial reason "for poinilar 'interest In-our vast system >f railways. Kxact flstires showing oritjlnai cost or the railroads are not to be had.-- In this situation are driven hack oii Iho official, statement of existing liabilities, showing stocks and bonds. The facts In.that nro as follows: Debenture 2 ,ch it Is till to Tito Prlnc6 Ilo began to organize the Seiju hal Mr Hani one Of Ihe His real poll rol to wait lon inif to voTvcr Itf formed a Ilara uaa lltnUter Tiiis was m for his turn in com- nftcrwari Prince t In whitl- Mr of Commtulca V .hen Ua favorite I" so'o on their grimo phone The bid laiJy.vrys quite and naturally wanted to hear it, said ihe.youiis wife, i fiT-t '-atonjl lormed Ilara was at llie KomC Office fn the -ccond Cabinet (UH) he "as again at lUo Home Ofdcc That lilt ministerial otiict ie iharaete- of W Kara i> not Of mailer fact ve haven't! IricJ it urvhffl >et but 111 put it on She accordinyly did iio, and the' re rccora fagtM ventions, loans, etc., were- made: f the Dominion___k... J the munlcipalillcb This" course, In'clutie's tlio" publiu aiid dHures made out of rovenuc.> In the, caso of ,lhc It cm'- r tcciirecl on. tho salo of cominoh stock at of great buoyancy- H'ls worth -remembering1, however, lhat the; figures of the Can-, axJIan Northern, as given ilucetl in the Drayion-Acworth rc- rt liy :tm 'account nstruction.oC profits." ThoNigtrc- le for four an 29.0M.; miles, sug-firests' that's Iho Ilk account of cost for nil lailivayS the.Dominion.'would not-foli far ioTt of I do not'earn guess value; although am convinced It could-not XalLlo- CLEMENCEAU IN DUEL I'rench 5: able to laTio. very good arc oC comes !to A uel with This interesting fact IsVrcvcalw] in ho'Trench. 'Prcmifir.'- of" tho 'j'olal. foriimilclj jut. after the solo finies lo Hie Grand Trunt, the instrument came hlo Hara governed not for exlri ininArciU In tlie oM'girls a tnomtnl, bj paHiOn-ho cool a Dutchman! healed The loans were not large :is whole. Many-of Ihcm .ivcic-ropalit III! i Something comlnt, plf at Xrraa1 Word is rent down. Our obEtrva- tirMi baHoons walcn the Ocrmnn .Hne3 Arras for increapins in- traffic-on tlfe toadi injeav, nrw work on Irenchts'.ori. liau -been, Mr. aycnUon dispo-al of i IMC Jiiaieriat Tb'e troops at Arras mate an4 from pri-ontra that th'rp is coming off So down by Iho Lnti'H FfrLnlc that he utu i, __1 corlctbuted-ln no parl lo lack Hell has mattO fading of Ihc JJfltisl Hundreds ot saved! Ue various theatre of .war. an officer talked lo a ifiin prisoner.a hundred miles btif gathering ill "is ftct? to ;