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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta HON. ADAM BECK IS NEVER A QUITTER May Get a Spill Now ap.ii Then. But Is Up and aUlt Again at Once. is GERMAN-CANADIAN! Fights Against While Plague as; Well as for Electric j Mrs. Beck a I lelper. I A PVNT ing Juini-f. jnJ. thrown. It u Jtilih.i; tumble, but the man up ugaln In un Instant. In his dk' and the barrier. The cenilcjmn-iid' r Ail Lttilnnan cf Onurlo Hjdro- Klcvlriu C'wnnnssU'ii. Mr. Heck Juis the puUie eyo since tLie Gt- Ihc Hydro. Riu! Dial HHJo Incident o? Iho Horse Slow his characterised both'hia public life and "his pastime. 3ii rifllntf the rails, tu his Prat on Niagara EO to spenfc. THREE OUTRAGES ON THE PUBLIC juiiisjr pfwpie of SL AURUstltifc'a Church, Toronto. a nr.ln Etrtl in Cvlumbui Hall retttitiy. and a inn.y l-iips wtra at leading mt-tnberi of tho coubrcKullui in the !iice. Hov. i'iimm I'lunwotr. who Li exceedingly not al T- tJ lu "DI.l litur.' ath iLOii J'liininur i-i t-y b "To U- nwdc Joe "Vt3. b to d one o? en J Lc st catmou lhai -Adorn ho has tnVen such hazards as oppoMnc interests bave be-on able to put In his course. 1( ho bas been In danger ol loElng his stirrups lor the moment, be has been known to ask for o quieter mount. In. other Adam Keck. who. liy tho way, has bren tinder the Toronto calcium because of tiic city's bill lo take over the Toronto Compajiy and the Toronto Hall- way, possesses considerable firmness of mind and tenacity of purpose. father, a. O i-rinan. f o imdeA tho t own of Baden. loo Cor.nlyT Ontario "nmi Adam lieck was born ilieie or 23, 1857. A Gei man-.Can id Ian, Sir. 3Jock can think for himself, and, In tho instance of tho Hydro, he baa thought for ft million or two oilier He was educated al Jlockft ood A cadc-mv and Tasslc's Grammar School, Gall. He'has been R busy bee In Ihe hu- trian hive, A manufacturer of veneer- Ing and (bin lumber and. clffar boxes. ho has factories In London, Toronto, Montreal, and Winnipeg. Ho -was Mayor ol T-ondon, 1C-02-J30J. and haa rcprcEenled Ihc same city in the Legis- lature 1302. He was appointed commissioner in 1S03 io develop Niagara became president of Ihc Vnlon of Municipalities In 1S04. In- lro.luced the- Niagara Tower" bill In 1905, nnd hits been chairman of the commission since bis appointment to that office In June of that year. He la entitled lo the prefix us he has been a Minister without port- folio since February, 1503. 'That the busiest man always has the most time lo do tilings la exempli fled In Mr. Heck. He Is a keen bus! ness msn. his interest In Ntesar. power ia a household fact, but he i more: He is a leading spirit, in th 'bailie agilnsl the whito plague, tuber culosls. Is a member of well-knu pocial clubs. End as a horseman he 11 well knowTi In Xcw York don as In Toronto. Mr. and Mr Reck hoAe won trophies hi the Besides. Mrs. Bccfc la P. fine vocaJls if >ou eaw Ihc Hydro-Electric Mult at Ihe Toronto Exhibition la jcar. >ou will kr.nir that ehe enLhusTnslIc for power as her husband. Private power Interests may Mr.'fleck, as a benighted hp may bt fuilghlecl nomc d-iy. Mosi his democratic "friends prefer name as 11 A FLOOD STORY JOHN CKAU: HAMMOND, J slGcrcri publicity for Wilson Ihe PirMdfiUlM rnm. In Ohio during Iht Ml Himmonrl Is about as heavy set 0 n Any time thai he Rf1' properly started, he can the In- lircoUeKla'fl s-iTlnllni? record nn a route of irronnd. Mr. Haminoiul r.iitkcri Ihrough a Rlrcet In Columbus Ahead of me I spied a hcibblhiK nili.f'illy on two crutches I bc.irtl {be cry: 'Dam's Run j our I ran frr my life. On nhra-1 1 could cripple gel ting the ground .1 giant Ing. fir.A-bje I up to him In nntii- nl 7 soiiglil to (vld him, but lie nil off. "'Von crutch pild the unfortimnle. 'and' ghe fi crliT'le a rhince-' >Tr. HfttnmonJ fnitrer nlliges thai It :m hnur lalor lirfpre he [jmllv's I'i runniiic llii Hid itlurniiiji tliu TOE COCKNEY HUMORIST] ON Mr. 1'ell HIilHe cUllla lu btfn-hls Pfl lor a scoro yean, end tir'alns auccrts ns a uorrilrt. Ho wMrts (or ixal fuckney S.imor you must so ;iie The liumor oMXe li due npt only in 113 ptrlliKKf. but 10 ,llour iJretlkn he v tuEd " is tjutie tnough, Mr- Cobb- tiiay sland UNDERWOOD IS IT OX the Deniocralli; iliiw o( the United Stulcs Consress. Oscar Ui.denvooil. cliairoiAn of llie W.ijs ac Mf.ins Cotnrniltce. and of Che tarllf bill. IF. nf course. Ihe coqim; Hsure. 't Ihe new rules not hound the arms to hi side. L'nderuooil as Door leader evening aWrtelW a clsllun 3r.J mrc KicrM one Irs hi, rolrlh. ll.c gelling along I- .batter but iv.u, first al.uttulr I'. II V.-.B OPJMJ .1 frrtt Ft John X. M. A were finUom.r.B amattl.l-.rn of .he irtitllc lu tiined. There was ..i the Harra Abl.r.ry." As U choice. !Vfk I-' l.cin Ihe ..u.A lu sl..Ur alone ll> .1 J c.r.u II...- I its I ,11.. r. II mi II.. :.r.J In t.. tV Inln H..I -i-noo n.j-.. .ind abltur, Ihirc 'TOMMrCHURCIl How Controller. Has Run Foul of Hon. Adam Beck, Hustles for Votes. FKHCND OF EVERYBODY He lias Pretty Promises (or All and Makes a Pretence at Carrying Them Out. C ONTrtOl.I. KB "TOMMY" fillHC'll. lilt ifli-.o Toronto Oily Courtit, hai ct slrons Inaivlduall'y and dctcrmlna- Hc never hesitates lo taXo his still tie in real command of the Demo lion..... ___ line on any subject nnjone else rmy think. In KBard lo tVe uso i't alcohol, for Instance. Sir Victor holds the Ow ol the most lur.rvtlral Uclolalor. bul bases lila case pn purely Klculinc ernur.ds. Some je.irfi OBO ho published some rc- markaujc Insures Ihe diminu- tion In the use ol nlcohol in hospitals i and the heneficent results or its elim- ination. Though so much nsalnst ol- cohol lio is much BdcHcled to ten, which he Is careful lo einlaln Is not so Injurious If taken perfectly fresh made. Ho calls ivhisVy "llie mojt popular poison In the world." Sir iclor received his knighthood In 100! a coronation honor. He hM also legion of .letters nfler his name ustratlns his attainment In mcul- ne. nnd Is the discoverer ol several utes for different diseases. He Is. a reat upholder of eiperunental re- earch. and Is one ot those scientists ho believe In the necesslly ol vlvl- "MILLIONAIRE ON DIET OKN H. BOOTH, million- alro lumber hlnp. whose mills jmd jjier plant n.t art; Inter- Tame, recently celebrated his :nlh birlhJoy by working all ay as and EC ing out to dinner i the evening. Tho "penlleman ot the old: ccbool' ook occasion to give a_fcw pointers on to Jivo to be more. rt he: "Our ronstitutluns an make tbera at meal, ailments can be cured by Ins the laws of nature and common Doctors are necessary only in extreme No man ought to ea -jl when he Is tired. Only do manual labor should thre Icat Survty. who says fe and t-j In to hio floods could nn: luvo l-m d by any human Ti-i deiuye f was of c'L-'iML-' rroj-or- Ions that no reservoir could devised, lo take cart- of .t. THE OLD CHUMP THK nev.- Prtsldcnt of the Vnlled Slates. Mr. Wilson, has Lien complaining that eur since he was elected he has been pestered by Innuii people want to glvo opvoini- the o( an nr.ce calteJ at che ttnlle in Wdihliision t'J certain i-ost. He his pl-'Ke-i a newspaper from Hie and began io In u mh-.ute; man'came !n. he loo alur a glance at other [ilcke.l ujj a and began to a Jittle HiM American c hi5 ;npcr "I suppose nj> lo a certain and there- ore nhvaye himself in nd- ulth plenty of things he's A JUDGE'S CONFESSION KCKXTIjY Jurtxe un- tv inlenllonally m-ide a er whlcli :ittorn( s v. Lo rracllce n the United hnfs cciirts :-nJo> Sng a hearty luueh. A lau-- JTIT. accustomed to i-racilce In the 5tato Supreme Cvurt, th [udtclary are all jysiices. repeatedly to one M J'J-lcc Hp.nS's as- sociates as "Mr. Justice Holt." In the Court (here nre r.n f T- ecptlng In United Supreme Courl et Wuslilnfion. Hand stood this lawyer's rei c.-ncil Justice Holt" 15 AS he coutd. ar.fl then xUrrujiu-'l to say. I "Don't you know. -eir, thai ve have no justice In IhEs The attorney was duniMouruled He once or then'sald, "I hi'! heaid ,o. your Honor, but I never belle-veil L" The laugh v.aa Ihe judge. CAVALIERI'S ROMANCE THAT faeauleous daughter 6f Eo'Jtii- ern Iluropc1. MademolscJLc Cavalieri. a priin.i danna who has trl- umphed in tno is shortly Lo bs njarrifd to M. l.ucten Murator. of the Paris Opera. It Is not EO long since she "as folding hlsh-spirltert girl in a printing office nt Roir.e for a small indeed: and nan- phc can cotnasand almost any eM.iry she Ukes to as A singer.- Hir slip was sixteen, attracleci (he aUention of the pro- prietor of a c.ifo cliarttant, who was jringlns'.m an for the paper in tho of which she was singing her foldlne. and he offer- s i oa're herd on tl.e business as 1 m'' "1 don't kr.ou." the r.ply. are >o'J here "Oh." said the olher airily. 'He coins to the old chump s'" me a Job. ilavo "Well, no; not exactly." replied the sccor.d man "you I'm the old chump hlniBcU." SIR G1LBF.RT PARKER Q 111 GILBERT 1'ABKER Is a man to success has come in most things to vihich he has ffct hi; liaml. He is a a member of Parliament, and an authority on laiv banks, a a player of golf, and a good rldt-r. The story of his reir is Intensely Jiort in Canada some fifty >ears aso h> hveJ strenuous and la THEIR GREAT NEED WIN'S' Se.njlor Taslnr o? TvtinMMt ho niar.j" to am n confined In iicrilietitiirios 0! ,lld lit that Siale. rej> ualson as a 'lurflorimj In bis i-lntr 11S everjbody vt ho had ralatnc InrarccraleJ. One mornlnf n ol-l n'gro maile hrr way mo offices and !or to pflnl'm her busbanJ. in j.iH "Whal's lie hi asked sox-frnor l-'o1 notbln' but Ett-alin1 f the vdfe. "You t me lo r-irdon arsiitd tT-o 'it he cot out be would make for >ou again" I d-xs siant Mm out oh dat ul'jt-cltJ "I needs dat jou neerl in- ulreil patiently. "Me an' de ullun." she scr.d serlo'i'-ly, "needs r.utb'.r HAWTREY'S STORY sinrles fire told by thai 1'ngllsrh actor, Mr. Not lony he jld oine story about an old man Mho ho light Iiia sight was bpRJuninj; lo He ucnt to nn optician and cx- liis trouble. "Wc'H soon bs I'lc to put th-tt said the oi'll- lan chertfuliy. JJe hung a. card will K cham- pion li.c Hjdto-Kkvlfio an foe. he tro-jb'.a mih yf Jlon, Adam Uitlt Here I? a ttury whlcti Mr. I'hurchs uav cf making hlmscLC a rxjd fellow ulih Fctir.s to Le sule ami pur- yf Mr. Church sajd ng lo .1 and the ih.ioUite master fn work Tresident cainc upon the flocr to rend bis nddress Spt.ikcr riark was fliisUrcd tor mon-.ent. Ke orders that liart evidently liccn pgrecd upon. Then he io ntJorn ood: "Shall 1 do he asked and Ihe House rorred. SAVING MIN'UTES ed licr an engagenLeiU nt at fhepencc a night. Leoncavallo, of renown. Into (tie cafe, was struck b> her %olcc, anil of- fered to o her smpins lessons She accepted, and was Ihtreafler engaged for J'oiits moted his attntion to poems and plays, and eventually to llie of his Controller Church. tnc uords on llie %s.ill some riislnru-e "Xow tell tnc what l.cse uorjs ai f." TJ.c ol.l man 5aW .e couldn't M.ei' uere, so the strong inaiie him put on a pair of] glasses. The old man or at (he City Hall. One day when he vxaa acliiiE" a dcpuca- lion of foroisn fruit went up to the Hail to protest against an or- dinance of the Health Department. Mr. Church received about 100 of them with pie" cordiality and shook bands wlih evtry one of them. He assured them be speak to the Medical Officer on their behalf, and away smiling and contcnt- itlH said they "v.........f lie couldn't rcail the to rfl. ordinance was enforced, but ice P.; prodiittd This was Jonc times, but Mill tlie oM man shook his lit-nd and nmnniircil. "Not a no. I tan't rcaJ a. The ot Lician In despair. Yon mean to say >ou cant rcjd one v.ord he "I r.m t understand It1." l'eih.ij'3-1 thr- uid man thouphlfully, "perhaj's U's because I karot to road." EVEHY lilttc minute has Us value] on tho lime schedule of C, Ilelck, Ihc new of Ibe Xcw York Sun. lie goes by ihc riock. Ufa bouts arc metered ami apporlloncd for That's how he rose (o be own- er and manapir.p editor from Uic I.osHton of correspondent In a Jersey j town. In ixlilch-noihlns ever happened i that didn't ultimately get on Mr.! Heick's space string. j olhcr iliy.'1 one of -un Elaff. "Mr. Kticfs lifted his eyes Lit o'clock p.m. find wlth- 'ir.U emotion thit he was to tike' 'the train to Washington. He-! :wccn p.m. and J50 p m IIP! (fklalcfl eleven Idlers, signed n ears ho sal in Uic House oC Cominons, and known as a Rndlca.1 of Radicals. This was in accordance with the f tineas of things, for lie is a nephew John JBrigiit. Loid Aberconway hns liad a most -irkd career. lie studied at EOlnbiirgh University, nnd com- hla education at llonn and Heidelberg. He has d.ibbleil in jo-ur- nillstn and practiced at the Jiar; he has big coinmttcial interests in rnil- .115. collieries, and shipbuilding; he chalnnfin of Iho -MvUopolitan Rail- ny Comi'any. Qnd derives a constder- ablo revenue from granite quarries and Welsh slates. His career has indeed been one of ..roliflc- achievement He loft a large aw practice In order to every one of those street vendors ,ote for 'Tommy" Church. If iou uerc walklnB across Yonge sircct some flay, and were knocfctd down l.i an automoltle, and "Tom- my iverr at hand, he would swear to goodness teat he'd put up a f'Sht to hrve all motor cars removed from street. Similarly, if next day sou were forty miles an hour on the same thoroughfare In a auto Yourself, and got into IrouWe by Knock- fug somebody over. If >ou got .Tom- mi's" car first, you would get irom him a promise that all ridiculous re- to speed should be removed if'he could get his .way. Church runs Into a bunch of car- rs, for example, who o Mam about lh. and of a., this I- eln. o wo of the ..ewsrancrs, and- more "conuouer rtEulation Toronto style to make "if in civic life. !la an o-jr J local Items In rhclorlcal finery, lain 1CC.1I lietiia 'J' you do have- to come lo plain Kngllsh at Uio rnj. A 1'iper describe.! a fire hy styln? _ The flnmes dancci! In tha t... Wclcl< unl" al UluliF. Ho Is a Trliy Jones Kol upon roof and ,i recipient ot Ihc Jnvancie Order of ,1 uheJ ihcin oul soma_ piiU amongsl Liberals os ono of the fof.n tiers of the ElcMy and National Mbcr- i ;