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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DE VALERA MORE IRISH THAN IRISH end Arrested Leader of Sinh Had Spanish and Was Born in New RELIGION His Idea Is That of an Entirety IndejicncUnl Ireland Lhtf ing All to AMnXX the Slrni iVin who was arrested i along with SOO followers rtt last week on a charge of hav itic treasonable communication the has a name wllh a de illy He is an born ot a Spanish father and an Irish and bus become mure Irish than the Irish them IV Yalera has been most freqiujnt ly H bribed nowadays by others ihan hi own following as Stormy Petrel of Sinn EVehi hr liad won bis sensational iIecfon victory in East v here he captured for Sinn Fein by a ma jority of the srnt that the late William n popular had held for the had been predicted that this per fervid advocate of Irish republican ism and simple would pcrsede the venerable Count Plnh who has also been as of the Ourselves Alone This nn the ground that ex treme movements always advance at the gait of the quickest The prophecy was born out by That elderly SCULLY MAM START PER CM A I One of Many Entering Business Through Canadian Manu facturers CANADIAN CLUB i Graduate inPolitical Science of Toronto University and For mer Daily Star Fuel Boss Is Rather Stolid IM By WILLIAM LEWIS UUGII DAY who was the other day elceted president of the Canadian i f u J J Is one among a number of To the Carfield Mediumsized Man A irontos business men who have en jtered upon their vocation by way of the Manufacturers Asso j WASHINGTON correspondent j When Scully graduated in describes Harrv GarPolitical science from the University United States Fuel Conof twelve years with With Big Head atid Sober the Isold medals and scholarships to his it was an academic and not a business career that he had in man sometimes proposes waTpresidenYof the United Fate A fan rate when Scully went to Harvard for the purpose of rounding off the Unow tlils a good many things to remember Heis Fuel Adminis of a man rectiorist simply could not standthe j pace set by Kainonn le the He comes from He used to be a He was once of the Chamber of Commerce of Cleve was once actively and suc cessfully engaged in the coal business on large Destiny grabbed him ami made him a college presi rlarling of the Jacobins of today 1n De Valera would not even rontider what in is thought the counts one cogent idea of an independent Sinn Fein representation ftt the r is to He is a middleaged with a sturdy body and u large The heafl is YoXi cant forget Sometimes it is a coal business sometimesit is a college presi ledge he had acquired at the Univer sity of nnd thus equipping himself for tho desired academic instead of taking his post graduate course he got an attack of typhoid When he came to himself he made a venture in news paper work by iolning the reporter iaJ staff of The Daily After serving as reporter for a year he was appointed assistant se dent He is well and carefully j ere tar Jand treasurer of the Toron y are the clothes of the to branch of the Canadian Manufac president Chamber of Com merce of The voice and turers This after four years ot he accent are a bit clipj signed in 1911 to become secretary slightly of the Canadian Home Market As and legal His manner is President Wilson Through Chewing Crowds in New York for the ever present guard of Secret Service men oti all sides of President Woodrow Wilson Is shown walking up Fifth New He kept his hat raised almost continuously re sponding to the enthusiastic greetings from trie crowds as they caURht a glimpse of ths warlima Me went to York to review the great Heel parade and to speak at the rally meeting thnt formally opened the lied Cross Prince of Waks Is Back With The British Arhjy In France an organization formed to j 7 he War Has Helped to Round Out His Admirable Sound without and what boom madeinCanada and it j Real Education Only Began With the he has to His was under his management that dur backgrounds must be well ling two years in succession the j Which Has Turned Him Into a his answers n re always j exhibiting Canadian made i JOSEPH SANDERS KIDDIES FRIEND Head of Childrens Aid Society in London and era IS NOW IN 83RD YEAR He Has tyeen in This Work foi Over Twenty and Will Sbbn JJy ARTHUR JOWpPIt Whoso twen ty years service at the head of Childrens Society work in London and Western On tario has made him or perhaps better Godfather to a thousand homeless and orphan chil Is soon to now in his 83rd though still energetically pursuing his fefls a slackening of his cndcator is not and as a re sult arrangements are being made to make his office an honorary nnd to bring Magistrate of Ood to London to take up tho ac tive It is doubtful If there Is a man in thewholewestern peninsula of this province more highly regarded by as great a nntfiTSer of for everywhere through the district nro in carefully chosen foster thtt saplings who are to evdlve Into the oaks of Since lS9lrthe year which be accepted his position with the noWly organized Childrens Aid Society JoscpU PLUNKETT A REAL IRISH PATRIOT All His Work Is and He Is Reasonable and IS NEVER ONESIDED WT do not know far Rlf Horace Plunkett la with the results of the Con vention over which ho Al ways an years of more than a tnousand children have 1 wouM agohave killed been directly entrusted to his frtfm London and other parts of the county of In addition ac tually hundreds of others from more have been benefittSl by his and In tho major ity of Instances these boys and girls have been guided and improved jr varying periods In the Childrens Shelter him ho liafl not prob ably hoped more from it than It ac tually But we aro vcvy sure ho would scout altogether the superficial view that it was a waste of and had beti ter never have it lias not succeeded in Ing a complete constitution for Andhe is goodsVvas sent across the j He stands ley slightly owing to the outbreak ofthe turns about the cycle as he i that organization was a pair ot nose Scully became secretary of the in one band for emphasis and From side the head is not but From the mouth and eyes make it ALOISDOX correspondent writes as follows of the return pf the Prince of Wafts to the front The Prince of said the Court attended Captain an organization for the purthe Lord Claud Hamilton Grenri pose of looking after the interest of dier Guard has left the Palace on industries in conneci his return to the Federation Safety lifo is by a sense ot duty and of a mother whtfse warmheart edness ami practicality Have never shone forth so clearly ts in these grim he began life under soundest most wholesome aus Hiseducation continued and confirmed the good start that birth The eyes are i lionwith the And Garfield is still an ently youngish it is hard Ontario Workmens The and the announcement I aml heredity had given him Concurrently Of t orily after it had were the meinr to jwith this he the duty of se characteristic of the his face any of of the Munitions Section of berstof thefRqyal go about what ministrator want of humor ad Eammonile Yalcra MLleavor to estalilish firmly the foundations of peace after the world idea is that of an en independent the ii not by the world Inthe contest that resulted in Karnonn de Valeras being electedto epresoit Kast Clare In he Parliament the Sinn pagandist members ot the Gaelic j Sided Against Redmond E VALERA joined the Irish Vol unteers when they were first the A A Persistent Worker the Prince himself say that his education only began the From tho first moment X when a man was wanted to fill the position of secretary I of the Russell Motor Car the jgladly navo thronged the streets to appeal this assuredly was Had I the people of London known before hand that he was going they would secret of their They are the to smash constittr for which Nationalist party stands stecond placid wage llwy have put independence has won by Ire They to be the strong est political in They were unrepresented by at the decland that they would not be bound any decision at which it might Escaped Deathin 1915 VALKRA jvsspnesqj1 the few activp who otdeath idihc rising in Dublin in where in the disposition of hatie he was commandant ot the fig i as theromantic Countess Mar lie was like pinnl for like released in the general amnesty Fein De Yukias Irish patriotism ap tii Innil tlitmore intense by uvin of thefact that he was born Yuri ud that Ills VI tic us a ills whoso maiden E D anu when the split jhe jg now Jn atUmion Assistant man Canada Cycle and Motor I Scully was selected for the This position he still although took sides with tfte intran sigeants against the constitutional the which followed jager and I His official connection with the John Gaelic was then Canadian Club began nine years jiut aside as a central and Be Valera took up military matters with the fiercest A friend and pupil oC one of the most distinguished of the young er Dublin says of De this tinva He nlastersd all the science of war in avery few Te to discuss operations of spend with h the eagerness at home he would rs studying tactics chessmen same friend dds not conceive him hurting anything when Ire was elected secretary a position he held until his recent elevation to Scully has a good deal of na tural sThe fact that he headed his class in political science atthe University may betaken RS one evidence of His mind 4s keen and and he can see through a problem In man ho is and Back of it allIs a to do which he It is pro their dutiesTIf ever there was an ot its outbreak he had but one am j occasion that lent itself popular get out to the tho weeks he spent in fighting Lord and tradition and a ner vous officialdom on that were probably the most exasperating in whole A friend of his was describing to me a little while ago nn evening when the Prince was din InfT with the Guards during the re treat from All through the din ner tho telephone was first for this officer and then for and each ns he received his happy summons to the front made his ex and went jubilantly But no one rang for the Aching to servo and prove he seem ed almost the only officer present whom the War Office did not With each fresh goodbye his lone his his apparent At himself no or anyone Like all thejbably these latter qualities which more than anything else car nurturad in Gaelic Ireland is to him not much country as i fur which a man should shrink from no de Valera is thlrtyfive give him a sendoff while local in would have been national in feeling behind But that is not his way it is not the way of the Hfcuse of Windsor it Is not the British Thero was no no bldfor nothing that could even remotely suggest self The Prince slipped away unannounced and just like ordinary officer the public ditfhiot even know he wui going until had The Wales must have taken him many pleasant leave in 1 CtUtiHJ llUlla V Jit nil ill The last brought him I uselessnoss becjimo more closely inttouch with thb peoijle I last he could contain athome us thrae ana nibre have brought him in with tho soldiersat the lie has visited tlvj of age In tiptienrnnre he has Jhe ivory and jsionate eyes of his Spanish Tie Is Very very nnd fullof nervous In an interview given ro tlw Christian Science Monitor recently l5e lera declared that he had fought conscriptloii because Irish men should not suffer themselves to be forced ar helots to serve their ty rant If the fight was a fight for liborty they should secure their liberty Englands claim UL to hold Ireland was no betterthan Jlils that which Germany could advance JQuwmH for holding ind not nearly Scully is finite a club be of both the National As nn example of the tne University while to which fanaticism will carry nnlfishing and shooting are his favorite dtiiirwlso Intelligent Derecreations Valera when askfd if the t would not be more obiec the i WANTS SIXHOUR DAY hospitals and munition Works he luis I taken his seat In the House of Lords I he has become inevitably a public figure in whom all arc there is a keen to arrive at ried him so far in the business Although a keen business man and a steady and persistent worker Scully is a close student of public affairs aiid Is not altogether without an ambition for public His at regarding Imperial affairs may be gathered from the fact that he is ft member of the Round Table srojip who periodically mect to de vise ways and means of tyllltury matters Is another hardestworking households in the of his and for throe SOITIB definite of his character and Has Admirable Character VO doubts that the Prince is shaping more than It would be odd if he were Into of least With 4ears in ills eyefl and a choking he burst I cant stand I cant stand They must let me And at Itist they I willnot say that the last three and a half years have been tho maltingof the In the fund amentals In all that really he was made 1 mean that long beforu the war be gan he had given proof of the quali tiesthat every parent looks nnd hopes for In his his sons friends an instinctive and simplicity of mind and Hut what the war has done for him a lieutenant in he rs the son of a fatherwhose whole is to turn a bpy into a Dack in where j land or in securing an Sunders was he I unanimity on fundamental But It crime encouragingly near doing Notwithstanding the diffi culties with which we were surround s his interest In child and it was a natural con sequence when he came to this coun try pursued his earlier In Ho found art undeveloped field for In those days Chil drens Aid Societies were practically unknown in Mail THIS first organized effort re sulted largely from the organi zation plan conceived and carried through by of To who accomplished his first re sults in London in a meeting of citi zens interested in con vcnctf there in In those days there was neither gov ernment nor municipal aid and the work was carried on entirely subject to the limitations of private philan Sanders had thrown himself into the scheme whole heartedly and as Us scope enlarged It was realized that the appointment of nn inspector to give his whole time to the work was Thus It happened that In 1894 Sand ers undertook the t Inspectorship which he has held continuously Though free of slum ho d Scctlon8 without found that Western Ontario had its says Kir Horace in letter to tho Prime a larg er measure of agreementhas been reached upon tho principle and do tails of Irish selfgovernment than has ever yet been A of the the Southern out of the seven Labor delegates were agreed that the scheme of Irish seif governmeut outlined In the report should be Immediately into sucJi concurrence hod ever before been The Conven tion laid a foundation of Irish agreement unprocedented in The task before him and before all the members of the Convention was To devise a procedure that would fit such an assembly to remember that whilo business was the purpose of the Convention a cer fain amount of steam had to be blown off first to guard against ani de feat obstructive tactjcis without de parting from the neutrality of tho chair to be the accessible confidant iinfortumMe equivalents in the homes or the the shiftless and Frequently he was forfeltjng his Independence of action or judgment to calculate the re action of outside events upon tho compelled to take the neglected and m h of tlvc body over which ho orphaned youngsters from their old but as the scopo of was presiding to keep old his efforts expanded of the society Childrens Aid then owned no shelter and tho only solution Sanders found was in bousing tho product of his activities in his the need impressed find suspicions and bigotries below tho pointtof explosion to encourage every sign from quarter of a disposition towards concession and agreement to master the subjeets under and their wellnigh upon the financial vomifleniions to ruide the was readily obtained to the end Infinite to guide tne that in May of tho Shelter on debates of the nnd to South turn tho eloquence of its members was completed and t constructive these Many of UP first wards of the so must ciety have grown to manhood and nall ouur uuues musc hut they never forget though tlieyhnvo scat tered to many remote parts of the As the years advance his pri vate wall becomes more difficult to The war has added to the fallen in the main upon the tlonuble overlords than U is nof a change of change would be for the wors But it objected what came from unity America did not Kiimoini at the age of taken hvland Hut objected what do of nnd abor with mothers j you think of Germanys w 11 Klsii Wedo not know the villsfdom As took j m he I His btriklnff of tin fcomeivhat and AS SHE IS SPOKE leiHard went to Uaikroek prtuil us youll hear no scornful whtro he was fKtcenud as much fir i theiTjORD LKVE1UHJLME Is one of tho best authorities on the problems In the United proposal for a six hour day for the and pcr haps a twentyfourhour day for ma which he believes would re DIRECTOR OF SAVINGS gilt JtOBEUT chairman of tho British National Wijr Savings is a man Whu lins had a remarkable is a director of the llanlc of a principal of firm of and a prominent jnun In the Hudson sult in Increased greater his Athletics ashis From of extra is niackrock he guinea a matheinatlcul leave the aeute to muhnur much F scholarship fur the National Hosli to murinur mttpji LeVerliulnie some timeago not jwiitsn people siieak Ui praise i told u good afterdinner but it had igi shoulj thougU not new la wolh attraqtlon for the romantic aijens wlm And iiiiich ihi nioio 1 violent tluin however selssad jipon oflA broatb iiijp who hires It was about a man coining to j from church very much him when Im took vip study I he Jaellc It becjntit lJint liini un was not the Hoche lessened liy his in 1S10 trig of Miss most nni of hoi n told a friend bow Lots wife looked back and turned into a pillar of Tbfc friend said that was The other day his wife when walking t turned il JllillUjLJ j Sir Hubert Klndersley s an ex ample of thoroughund unselfish He bua given sona promising boy of who ivus killed he gives hinistlf arid all he can He is an tniassuniiniif typical ifelish gentleman of He was knighted about 9 year THE TRAWLER KING K OKOHUM SLEIGHTrecently that as a boy he earned by gathering cockles on the After a dim he was nble to a which he retailed his Ho started business on the fish docks he Is npw the biggest san money v A TITLED ACTRESS COWDHAYS pretty daugh the Geof frey is appearing in Car mine She hides her Identity un der tho stage name of Miss Eliza beth Her husband was kill ed in the early days the Shortly after his death she received permission to visit his and was over the Marne who speaks languages tells tho follow ing story you cried a music addressing a young girl who happened to ba You were the Only Cilrl in the My Mothers the latest Only sixpence a copy replied the I want no Ive more to cry over than sing Xtver jny said the at the name Original and Constructive rTAlPlLY Sir Horaces whole llfo had been an unconscious pre for scores nf the boys nrn in I fnr tllscharelnc them Thlr nnd It Is doubtful If there Is Portion for tUbCliaigmg inii a man in Canada who has fathered ty years of active collaboration with mon ha the man in cnmuia lias ratnoren I yeain ui of the IVimlnlnnH Many i his countrymen of all creeds and par avn been killed but mobilization of u years In and of the Childrens Aid would been wards Jiere during odd years his inspect livldinl ownerof steam i a time producing a sheet of you are Only sjx pry Tfiobe prodnep a of tena city and upright Uilt tho beneficent work of the Childrens Aid Society under Sanders direction onnnot bo mea sured of those who have the twenty Ac tually thousands who had been men by nmvholPHome homo sur rouiidlngs have beep given a chaneo In life and lhatilthey made the most I of Improved Is convincingly demonstrated by a glance nt letterheads and signatures of Sunders dally SPEECH COUPONS 1 John Deputy Speaker inid Ohalnnan of Com In House of made a happy suggestion Why not have a ration for speeches he It would give mo the greatest pleasure to bo able to say Order ihc member hns his It is rumored that who Is a partner In a bly Yorkshire cotton may jiucccvd Lowther as Speaker of the Brills seven years asAhc working head of tho Department of Agriculture had given him a knowledge nnd experi ence such as no other Irishman could pretend There is1 no branch ol tho Irish question that ho bus not studied at first hand aro sev eral branches of it on which he is easily the authority and In every corner of tho Country ono finds the visible fruits of the hard work and harder thinking hs had donu for Sir Horace hns always stood for the principle that there Is little Eng land can do for compared with all hat Ireland might and should for That principle being nonaectarlun nnd wholly has inevit in ft country cursed with a superabundance of creeds and brought him from time to time Iraq collision with almost tVLiy political uml religious group in every Irlshimui has long recognized that nobodys labors for during the past SO years equal Sir In originality or in clal mul iiuiUiltU ;