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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH6RIQGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY HILL BLOCK Facing Dufferin Street You are not satisfied with the way your meats are cut The delivery does not please i you: or, The price does not We arc New, let us try it Come in Saturday and See Us HILL BLOCK Facing Dufferin Street Palace Meat Market The Domestic Tragedies Of John Morley and LLoyd-George letter throws interesting light upon the domestic tragedies which have darkened the lives of Lord Morley, the Secretary for In- dia, and of Lloyd-George, the Chancellor of the A pathetical figure in the midst of all the political troubles of England today is Lord Morley' of Blackburn as he is officially Morley as he is popularly called. Few men could be more unsuLted for the difficult part he has to play.' A student, he has to display the rea- white halls run big shelves containing ail-the gems of the world's literature I discussed this house with Morley a few months ago as we walked up and dowa Westminster hall tog-ether :and he UP the conversation F., in arable j streets to his home in the suburbs wrUl -a characteristic observation He said: uarded by detectives from the pistol nd .the dagger of the people he wants -to serve. The story of -his suburban home is one of the ironies of life. It is aml' as friend in Wimbledon, one of the suburbs of London, flea I of its rural character. trees -shield it. Birds sing in chorus around, it. ''-there are two things wanting: first, there is no water, and then there is no mountain in the distance', Goetihe remarks, mountain is always welcome. by a seek curiously enough medieval had to Hvlihood in the same profes- aid The mantle of Campbell-Bannerman was bound ,to have fallen upon Mor- t e which still retains a goodjcause beyond the mountain there is its rural Big loud 'hope- And he gave his pleasantly diness, promptitude, aid decision of a great man of action. A LiberaL and ian enemy of coercion in Ireland, he has to resort to some of the same methods for dealing with disorder in Jridia. Finally, a man of peace and good will and full of sympathy eas You might amid at his own bit of se i ____ __ if.irp fi-ii- Kf. jcavixincui, imagine "uc vi t-ne most the progress of popular liberty in In- dia, he has -to pass thrfough the you were, a hundred miles from Lon- of men. xlon, only four or five miles from the city's centre. LIBRARY LIKE G-REAT STUDIO. des not self-assertive. His ambition al- ways breaks down when The moment of stress ny s par Out of the profits of .a great bio- j mental and hereditary He comes graphy of Gladstone, Morley resolved j from the home of a hard-worked Lan- to -bUild himself, if HOT. nloo_ HARD STRUGGLE IN EARLY DAYS This tendency is tempera. He comes conies, because a strong it is not bor few people even realize. Ibis meant ilorley's practical exile >'ears and ama to an end he ,o -ouim .namsen. it not a lordly plea- jcashire doctor jn the squalid stu sure house, at least one lordly Jiall. and depressing surroundings of the and that naturally was the lirirnr- i ._. maj3- th' and that naturally was the library. His library accordingly is a vast hall more like a great artist's studio than HOW .HE LOST PREMIERSHIP He wanted' to be prime minister and he might have been prime minister. When..the Boer war .began he repre- seated the horror and hatred of that a student's retreat, and around in the __ bad to be satisfied with, the Indian" secretaryship-an officc of gTeat dig_ mty and power, but one beset wath immense difficulties. DOMESTIC GRIEF ADDS TO WOE Domestic grief came to aggravate of the evening of JUoriey's (days. His stepson began speculating with the money of the firm of pub-' Jishers Co which he belonged. He was discoverud, tried to commit suicide and was tried, convictwl. and sentonc U> a long term of penal servitude. Hi-iv iur woni.-m it' I BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta. and thereby, double your profits thy -A-winan bfirb.- r in opular .-unonp a nulling At .-nvful If Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For write Ludtke Waddell I Dictated, Wooed, Wedded Quick r'.-covered frotn und on th of the. best wornr-n thfl ono '.vcars of wh affljctwi ,h.v rov, won.rn won- Morl-v' MOMK .HKf.AAII-; Jr-.T-s iloucrs. made songs of hird.v-has of :i than n studr-nl's the lurking in wait with he leavefi and ne approaches it every Morley has the hideous feeling ff followed by the silent, skulk- U t _ >v j jjj yj whose revolver is to at any One who soeks to at'tack Tndtun Secretary. KILLED BY LIGHTNING truck nnd by ]ighlning at REPAIR WORK I HmttA j ;