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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FrH.n May fl. Pago S MEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE: IMPRESSIONSAT OHAWA BY tINDSAY CRAWFORD i. ni.n'v to ihat is this more potently clear h5s abilit> to measure anil lo seize tbe oiomeat to bum ltf I ihe acV benchers. derins nres In seen to numbers pla> nailery to during the present press ttie allacV, as as -kill as a tacticiwi. the coim.araincly statesmen and irators vho are born, not n-.ade. to a relic There is no Sgure iu 1 controversy mibliC lit? ll Canada today that stirs the iteasi lion ot thf as that of the Jue allowance for the conserialUm o! o'.d ctimot be struck by rtccliCCL-inlH-edurlnf: the last hail tir. shall look among lir.vlnp. force on the Opo'itlon sltle is the Chief, U'bip. Mr. Fred efick Forsyih woo. Hoa Mr. Beliod in ins house (or S a, s, day, other .he Border, er that from Iho nails a wonderiul repose and rusged ?lreng-.h. The clear of TwP I. ,1. th members, he IF Freddie" 10 the chie He if a "chip c! t'je old is on of ibe ir.ost popaUr men iu the ho-s Titd in an sst-v.'hen nervous j At W he is turning s diseases did not afflict the race, and before the coming of organized In-, dnslrialiEm-'and tte manifold inven- tions that have, icireased instead ot relieving tbe strain upon human Hfe. They belonged to another era, and eien in Ins brief space of half a cen- tury the type seem.-, lo be dying out. The Parliament Buildings. their niasshe outtresses. broad.sweep mil architectural beauty and dignity re- flect the spirit of tbe tircee, and the .-aide vision'of the Others of Confed- eration. With prophetic eye they iaw the coming of the Greater Can- ada, ar-d'anticlpated its of the men vrho noiv sit these walls? Great occasions produce irembcr should be heard of m still strenuous of callon bui'dius that ell fitted morning coat of broan. ma 'terfal, high stand-up collar and broa iL-rldish tie with scarf pin, he loot. every inch the type oi a statesman anc" a leader that appeals' to the irnagina of a people. His great strength a a leader lies in his personal charm o 'manner. Like the late Sir Henry Csmpbell-Bannerman, the Liberal pre- mier who preceded Jlr. AEijullh in of- fice, between Sir Wilfrid and his fol- lowers there subsist the most inti- 'mate relations. To see him flit from to seat for a chat aome Liberal member is to discover one source of h'S marvellous hold on the affection of the Liberal rank and file. Vheu not enraged in debate or In conversation with hij colleagues, Sir Wilfrid generally spondi his lima inp. There arc three hooka that have singular fascination for him. These on his desk behind him and his opponent the charicterisll gestures of a man who-has mini made up on Ihe subject. -What does ibis mean? e once asked. One ot Ihe brightest of a brilliant croup of ioung French-Canidlans is Cieorge Boivln, -ilo has come to the front as zn orator in either tongue It is said he thinks in English. He is a man marked out for higher hon orl. Both in the CO's, John Angus Me Mtllan, Vhe_man from Glengarry, and Archlt B.rJlcCoig of West Kent, ar prominent-among the new debater who haVe come to the froat. McMilla IE a Highlander and 2 Gaelic speaker e once asicwi McColg is a blend of Irish an -It means Imperialism." replied Scottish. Both these'yojng Liberals Coctefnutt. Ihe member for Brant-'jare keea athletes. To-morrow Will Be, Without Doubt, E. J. Hill Great June Clearing Sale It's drawing the crowds, and to- morrow, Saturday, we will have Specials For Man, Woman, Boy or Girl MONEYlAVEDlS MONEY MADE _ ____------------- 45c ord. And quiet as a flash carr.c Par ee> crashing rejoinder: "Nickel-in-the-slot Imperialism. You and yo'J get, but you don't do" Dr. Michael flari ot Red Deer is another man who has enhanced his as a ashling force In the Liberal ranks. His has been meteoric. Five years ago he .was an unknown quantity among the back Dencbers in the overflow colony ol the house. Today he is recognized as unequalled in reparlee and i forceful, logical dehBtlnii powers. H Is a debater, not an orator. The house has a number ot good speakers, bu coaparalively few really effective de- baters. "Red Michael" has forged hi to the front ra_nlc by sheer abllltj and strength of character. No man i: most feared'by Ihe 501 eminent faces and as a hard hitter he is reminiicen of Joseph Chamberlain at his besl, i lis palmy, radical days. His brlllian sowers of reparlee make his oppon ?nts respect, if they do not love, him "My honorable friend tajs I fpea in passion. A slisht spea ;n compassion" gripped the ho-jse du Ing a debale and effectually silence bis Interrupter. "Parliament Is no place for Ih china dolll" declared Sir Kdmund Osl in relation to Sir Wilfrid. "Xor for the golden calf quick inlerjecled Dr. Michael Clark. He is a lOluruinous reader and h the introspective eje o( the thinke With bis bat Ulttd oter his ejos, h arms folded In embrace ar his legs croaed as.he sits in hlfl sc in the house, lugging fiercely at h grey moustache, Dr. Michael Cla silooks threatening and lowering, H are replete nwagM whose im- tnoMtrint Ho Is a fa agery suggests Ito so-jrce ol are the authorized %erBton of Hible, Shakespeare's playa and aH great orators Sir Wilfrid draws'freely from ih Bible (or and bis speeches their Inspiration. The inslnu atfonj of the enemy that sceplre of leadcrablp brings down upon Sir .Wilfrid is a deceptive canard Ibat rie- cehva no one. He is tbe leader de facto of Liberalism In Canada, and no- Then there is Alphor.se YervHle, re- escntiiig MaUonneauve, Montreal, in e labor interest. He Is spoken of as future labor minister iu a Liberal bfnet.'' He'is a forceful speaker, uto ver Tises he somelliins say." Like Bruins, he Is "a plain. imt On ths side two men ribc the eye from the press gallery, ne is the Hon. W, T. White. Finance liniEler, anJ the oiher ts Arthur leigben from Portage la Prairie. HOD. T. White has ase.l considerably nd appears to be troubled in mind, e la abstracted and ueara a worried ir thai sugegsls be is carrying a bur- en too great for one man. He haa not ed up to bis reputation as a speaker One great mlsuke he makes Is in the eHvery of lectures to men of greater jperience than himself. Youth is a! vayg a difflculiy, and not an obstacle, in. life; bn he Commons of Canada, like, that o Jreal Britain, U impatient of Ih man in a liurrj-. Hon. W, T White his great reserve power and i decided acquisition to ttie Tor iarly. He has native ability, but hi metbod ot attack In the bouse not conform to the nest traditions of par- liamentary debate. Arthur Meigben the one new star in tbe Conservative firmament. He is no orator, b'jt an analytical mind an1 is a diligent student. If all goes well be is destined lo occupy a high place in the Conservative parly. Blk. Silk Hose 45c Rla'cU'or Tan Silk Boot Hose, to 10. Silk finish to the knee, Lisle finish double toe and heel. A regular 5c hose.; SALE PRICE PER PAIR f yciii' want a snap for that I girl from 8 to 14 50 A Shirt sale for a Man Just rorne and pick out your require- ments of (his lot of Linen, Gai- tea and Fancy Gingham Dresses, in uch nobby styles nnd the variety of rimmings are 52.50 o PRICE............ Who wants to get Two Shirls for the price of find nice neai pat- terns in Ihe collar. Reg- ular 51.00; SALE PRICE.......... Negligee Shirts A BIG LINE OF MEN'S NEGLIGEE' SHIRTS, in plain and'pleated regular and PRICE 65c Now for the Boy If vou. want a suit for a Lad, say re- quiring size 29 lo 32, .just you bring him to Hill's and get a three-piece suit of Heal Scolch' Tweed, that will cost vou regular PRICE ooy 95 Ladies' 25c Hose for 15e There1 are just fifty dozen of these celebrated Balbriggan Hose, seamless and fast black; all sues, -to Regular PRICE......... 15e Two-Piece summer Suits 00 A Little Silk Snap for You When through old the bodily btcora e ?1 Na-Dru-Co give gentle, tiiaely and effective aid, without or dittrcts. 250. ft box at your DrugpM'l, in II teen, Ashler, and neicr strikes 1 the belt He regarded by his fiends as Ihe greatest cherkor player n Canada. lie rises at darbreal and a long eiery morning he- breafcfail. U'ho can lell what nsnintion ihls ad- dition lo Canadian Literalism drlt from nature he takes rnal'j tinal nalk or eplBrams he coir.s and Btore3 for future use as he the morning air. Wlium .Melville Martin of Resina 2 toning man has already made his mark ID parliamentary life Thirty-seven years of ase a typlca Canadian, a ?cn of the manse, tall licky, athlelit, a chin that de notes (real maacullr.e strength am tenacity of purpose, and Iho o! tb student, lark hair nn unruly N'a poUonlc a menalli' sh fhc bloo Different "lie's difCercnl to moct'mcn, i -Why f.aT ''He has some nio.iey lo invent and ome properly in a fine neigh- borhood, and he uoean'l think it ''111 him to buifd a few garages on BORN Thursday''June nlh. lo Mr. and C. H Mathws, a son. BUSINESS LOCALS All inembwrof thi Canadian Order of Foresters 'arc urgently lo at the K. of P. Hall at 1 pm Sundai. June Slh, to allend the lun- eral of tin. Christiansen's eMest uRhlcr KXHIHTS OK an nual chutth paratle of I.ethltldge Lolgc No. 2, alii be hclO on SilnJay ncit, June 8th lo SI. Cyprian's.chlirnh. All memlitri arc rcfiucsttd IH aKend on llut at ihc Castle 8 IS sharp. A Wiiisl or Dress Length of these beautiful silks will prove a money-sav- er for you. hovely black or navy 1'eau deSoie, blue and wlrite, black and white and blue stripes in Tamoline Silks and'Satins, up to PRICK......................... Sale of Ladies' Waists 95c In this lot we arc going to offer these plain Shirt some Lovely Lawn Waists, Val. Lace and Insertion trim- med, low or high' some lovely embroidered; all fiizes in the lot. Val- ues worth up to S2.00-SALB 1'HICE Important June Shoe Event to Ladies' Shoes Patent and Tan Oxfords, lots of misses' and children's school and dress shoes, values up to S3.50, Sale price..........................v 65c 95c MEN'S TWO-PIECE SUMMER nice light tweeds, regular- ly 512.50; Sizes 36 to PRICE Suit for This is where the man steps in for his bargain, and It's the best'one offered in this city this year. Worsted and Scotch Tweed they are all 1013 styles, and a suit you will be proud to'get for or more. SALE PRICE A Buster Suit, 3 to 6 years, Brown Suits, they are up-to-date and fit boys from .1 lo fl years-regular S2.25 and PRICE...... Ladies'Vests, 2355cto 15c Como, now is the time to get >otir summer supply of this lot of 250 down Egyptian Vests, plain or fancy nbW plain or lace trimmed, short or rjfo sleeves; all sb.cs. Uegular 25c to SALEPU1CE..................... 200 American Quilts for 95c This is a snap thai should catch the c.vc of houscj boarding house, and hotel pure American (.'rochet' Quilt, good family free fi om ing and easily laimdried. Hcguliir Sl.2', PRICK................... No on Approval or Returnable Sale Prices are for Cash Only lo on Approval or Returnable Sale rnces are ror umy _ _ E. J. HILL CO. H The Big Store of Satisfaction ;