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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta CANADIANS WHO WERE General Oiler Is Best Known o Five New Canadian Knights. SIR HUGH. JOHN NOW Chas. Davidson. Frederic Barker. and Di. E- S. Worthing ton Also Knighted. BNKItAlj OTTER, w Sir Wll- f Dillon Oiler. C..N. O. as he Is now. Is the most widely known of Ihc fivo Canadians honored Milh nlghthoad in the list ot birthday honors tbls He !s the OM Stan" of Hie Can- idian inmiary ftrvice. He started is a private In the Queen's Own Hitler, nnd served in the suppression el tlu- Fwitan Raids to ISM. nrved In Karth-west Rebellion, in ftnd commanded Ihe first Can- adian" conllngcnt to South Africa In IS93 Thai Is lo tay every time, since l way back in the early sliUvs, 1 I'anrdlan Irvous bavo bvcn called on to flshl the battle of or the Empire. Ueueral Olur vsas In the carol.algn. Ho apiwlnled chief of Elaff, and In 1910 became Inspeclor- Ocncml of the Canadian Mi! Ill a on the expiration of the term of M-iJor-vien- cral Sir Percy I-aie. this being the first time In (he hislorj of Canada that our senior officer nas a Cana- dian. In December. 1512. General Oltcr relircd from the.service, and was succeeded by General Cotlon. chief of Ihe Toronto district Ucneral Oiler lias been a strict dis- ciplinarian, bat he been very pop- ular and has'Uie combination of mod- esty and dju-iug vilileh tbe re- spect oJ men, especially in active, out- OF CAgrVS JOURNALISTS EIGHTEEN YEARS AOIYSSRVAOT Alderman John Dunn of Toionto Is One of Council's Strik- ing Personalities. A STRENUOUS FIGHTER as Fooled the Prophets and Newspapers, and Probably Will Coitinue to Do So. Al.DEItV.AN JOHS PUNS'. knoT.n amoni: the members of the To- onlo City Council as the Dean "f tv has one of the most strike erionalillcs of the many that era'e he soft-cus'iloned chairs In Ihe Coi.n- cl! Chamber It was scld recently by Controller JlcCarth) tut neither money nur ure could xoduce the duplicate D'jnn. and this stalwntnl every menii of the Hoard of Con- trol agreed. No ber of the t'its Council, past enl. has hai such a firm grip upon hearts of h E constituents as thcseuior alderman irom Ward Five, and no member bas striven harder lo despne that conlldinxc. from those who art responsible, for his election. U the hlalory of the Council Is oin written ll is doubtful if any one mem- ber could unfold ir.ore of its trials, iriumphs, vicissitudes lhan thi of'Ihe Western .Cattle Market. No more striking instance of his strong Incl.ldualny could be given tlian his with 11- J. Hen- Ing, genera: macMer of Ihe Torcnii, KING MONARCH, VISITS PARIS WONDERFUL OLD MENOKANADA Sir Charles Tupper and Lord Slralhcona ate Remarkably Vigorous Despile Age, LORD HALSBURY ALSO A Marvel (or His Revision of English Law at 85. THE arrival of the reterln Can- adian statesman. Sir Charles m Knstand a few dajfl ftirnlflbes a writer In the London DaOy ChroiUclo with eorao IntercjrUnK rtfledlona on llie aasertJon ibat now (ban ever, II is the day of the old with vitality. "U Is aatooleh- fiays, "how many old. very old, men arc still prominent In all fleVLi or activity In an age which conunooty resardcd as thai of younc and instances aa ex- amples WcmTES- Lord Slratb- cona. Sir Charles Tupper. Dr. Wallare, Ivjrd Halsbury. Ixjrd llobtrts. Sir George Jhrdwood, Morley, Sir lllnuii and Mr. Thomas Hardy, half a worts of veter- ans who sbara U3 rears between them. "Sir Charles Tupper Is, at 51, itlU Iventx- railroad station In Paris :ou ng was highly amused u an ot the- Kin-, visit Th, d at tllU.n and his .JJ.mlndej Uons. rorncare, Pres- 'halo arjd hearty.' Hd caniea of the royal head cf Spain. mlrtn of th. itrning the development of work tbe alderman lias i tailf d to keep members of Councu formed on the details of carried out in the Works DHMrtn In ficl, Aid. Dunn has done his so the I] THE CALL TO ARMS I THOUGH he bla I 1 lleth Roiwrts a NationJas Secretary-Treasurer of the Canadian V, -Oman's All-Round Good Citizen. I turn out a job. Printers OS a class I were losing money right along through 1 ignorance of what II cost Ihem to '-lonerulo a printing plant. In order to cling I improve conditions in the printing lo- ot ill dustry Iho Surcoe publisher volunteer- ed three years ago to acl as one ol I two missionaries, v-ho would carry tne as a gowcl of bcller prices all over tho A. CH- cry from t nobiles and -d old days rage. 1'CL i >y ihe mcnt! 1 Donly, of 1 figure in r a long if lhal erst' o, Ihe C. W. ua crai this posltkn 1 the spoiling n the. bicycle sank ialo ci ai as the C. TV. .iped but of si 'more' juslS daily IhimsclE to be public- fie. addressed or the craft and lerially lo better conditions, i In town of Simroe and i ac- folk County. Mr. Donly has !rful In a j of tho press hwc olcc work of any kind. His Knight-j presidency of their bi hood U richly deserved.. sanitation, Iho Canadi Sir Hugh John liacdonald, another I ciation, and for the t of oar new al-o fn a way will preside over' the. a national figure, it leas', his name Is I progressive body. Tui a. familiar one risbl across the coun- the one-limi: bici'cte try. For he is his lather's son, aad j B youni; jnd energetic he has his father's nose. He was a somewhat corpulent torn siity-fivc sears ago at Kins-1 dividual of when Kir John Macdonaid was siluation living U.ere, Ho became a barrister Jn 1872 and ten years later went to and formed a partnership J. S. Ttifiper, a son of Sir Charles. He was elected an M. P. in ISil nnd was for a few months Minis- .v-ol-erved at various timc-s on Hie of tin: Kimroe fubllc Library and, the iiuijin; High lie in-lli.ui been president of the Norfolk County Fair AssovUtlon. and has act- ed on the dlrcc.tor.ilo ot the County Agricultural Society. He .has been secretary of the.Board yf Trade anc h'as member of Ihe boards of 11 town's Gas and Waterworks Com- l-ilfllcs. The building of Ihe Carnegie 1 Librrtry was largely due to his effort? 1 out for he Tiot only secured a grant for its but acled as chairman of the on Uic uoblic slase ofas Com'nilttoa when it was mnn In tho public eye. Isues P.ailway Company, when bo nas com- missioner of live'civic department, then known as the assessment de- partment Member! of Council sri'i newspaper men who came in cor-taa with the BMcrmon and Mr. Klenucg In'those dais recall the maay bluei encounters 'jelwcen them at the rneet- irjgs of the Civic Corro-JttM. U is Eald at Mr. Fleming that be never Cipcjted to appear before a civic comm'ttee cf which Aid. Dntir, was a incmoeriwithout havinf to put up a Etrenaous fight to get better reason 3uon and It. J ere civic ser- r attitude rda each oilier Ir relationship naion. Is Insistlns at of the Council Uiat he M nlly to tlTnia is Ihe eighteenth year ot service.to a fc were the most cordial, and it is even "luted Kt the City Hall that Ald.'Uann would velcome K. J. bacH at the clii trougn as manager ol the. MunKlpal- Street Hallway Seruce- Hal Donly on Uic uoblic slase reposs. aud to uooeasing In his effurls to Induce tbe youth of Great j Brluilu lo bear arms, as witnfcso add reseat Leeds the other day to 10.000 people. He is edly the most popular lallltary i Old He b Bn tho honors a JSritish fioldiia- has I among Ihem being rbo memory bact a Iocs way, for is be sole survivor of Ihft 'Fatbera oC Confederation.' a3 the Iramcrs of tha ConatiUltlon o' Canada, men who welded the scattered Provinces of' British North America into t nwr nation, are called. "Tba first time I dm! to Eng- land waa in said Sir Charles, when be arrlred in London last -week. alter mating his slily- fourth trip i wi no liO -8, since and praVnt'ilK! same constituency for more years. __ are acquainted wllh '.he J: during Ibo dark days o" Mutiny, and the official follows: "On following A PRINCELY JOKE T-lN-CE HENT.Y tbe lourlb son of IrcatUie enemy on Jam, r.INCt, HLM.'i reai I Khodagnase. ho saw Ir the- Kins and Queen, is a real -boy-up to all manner ot innocent iichlef fond of Iho tuck-shop's joys. e.'er ready for "a lark." He is a prims favorite with bis sister, vivacious Pnn- The. rite w s s, They urne ceil-Mars'. The latter wrote to IT'11" j presented their muskets at him, Henry at" Xewauay, where he'was sect On8ofthe men pulled the but, with "Prince George to recruit after a fortubately the cap snapped, and the letter con-l rrow of a big ll saddle ot a blcjcle. A Native of B us a najtown ho now the the! "personally, Mr. Donly is a burly man, e face, I ably. He bas a powerful voice, and Is la ready and fluenl speaker. He pos- Ihlslsesscs a ot dual personality. On jrxcallr.0 one land, h" is a regular sporl. 'ond of companionship and able lo mlhold ui> his cad ot any fun that may Inlo On the other, he Is most e in-I appreciative of the finer things of life. ineal1 has surrounded himself willi a fino liu- rhich Is not there by any means by Time Tliin. however, has mellowed the. disposition' otlAld. Duna. That apsresslver.css of years ago has give place lo-a Vreatir.lact and diplomacy. Tr.e bivtcrnMH. at tho past lias been tubdued and-in there taa uu a more kindly bearing to- wards those ho attack proposals uoJ combat "his artTiments. ll is as flialrmftn cf tho Commilleu on works bolh at meetings ot the commlUeo and the City Council that the alderman shines. He has the capacity to meas- ure up' the strong and weak points In mild attack'of illness. Her letter con-l was cut down by tbe d a request for any flowers and lne ard taken of by him. He CTS dav or two later there came to also, on the sune day, cut an- "n Palace a basket from sepoy, who was standing at bal Ncwauay, addressed lo Iho Princebskith musket and bayonet, in Prince Henry's neat round band.U S0war. Lieutenant Itobtrts rod- to turned round and Ehs hcrselt was the make-un of his and ills- to open it, istaiKe of the horseman, and, for orrkimcntal purposes only, ind reidins h placo of the bicycle ana Books te ma- plavs superior skill in inaintamins harmony where friction and chaos would predominate under a less lacl- lul and nure aEgre-sive chairman. ran deal in a m.islerly manner with ihe obstreperous Aid. Mcllrido and Spcnce and can encourase with kind- suqetsliBn the reservec} ana .ITlH :ha herseii was permitvt-u iu .-.ILUV, md found H couple, of. msblng at the Sepoy iritt) one Mow of She vows she will be EyOTA cut acroes the lace, ;ven with her merry sbe him on tbe spot- will- 1 j Roberta1 military reputation THE PRIDE OF GR1MSBY Uunds high amongst Continental THE chief producls of Grimsby.l perls. An Imuiurillve Eogllsfc Journafc England, aro fish and Sir George 1st occc, astcd the K.iter who Ms fav- Donghty. Ono Is IntereJsled in tholorite soldier was. The Emperor other, for Sir George is. an owner ot Upright in hLi, Kiddle. "My favorite SCTOSS tbe Atlantic. 1 crowed U" Atlantic In a of tons, and we were forty days getting trod St John lo Lough Koyle-'" trawlers, and has played no small part be "is coun- raw, m bulMins up tbo prosperity ot the! lrvman of jour Ixird Eoberts of town ho ta worthily represents. Kandahar.' Kir George beean' lite as a MB BO.N- wherc- Ij- paper which luhill the WM Premier for a time after the n to >lo then mntteca. and M J n, of ngc. Uo hj. be llowland decreed lhat an arbilrator. Aid. A PIOUS MH. RKGINAJ.U McKENNA dis any nis publication OTu, Ylnl Donly w. n'.e desire lo nsaln In "derc.it of Grccnway in 1S33. became Chief Magistrate, of Sh- Charles Peers Dandjon la one....._______ ot the. best-known judgca in Canada I nis paper hcing Ho was imrn In Que- fl.ghl rfw-fctl are bee..in 1S41. He wrote, a well-known I hoot, "The, nankins Laws ot Bnd hai brcn n Traieno Jiidgo in Ihc Supreme Court of Quebec since 1SS7. He also holped to amend tbe code of civil procedure In 3S34. Ho v.as a. W1U, ,t.v great player In his day, nnd ]n and is sllll keenly Interested In the- samc.ll'ib'-rM ha'ii Ho Is a polished gentleman. I JjV, to rcjecjayor Sir I'redcric Kuslachc Barker, Chief ot )lis opponent. He justice, of Mew was ,born nomlnatloii w i in IS38, nnd was puisne Judse ofl'-'-i" bis Province until 1S53, when he are led Chief'Justice. He v.as an {lle Hding. Mr. Cliarll 'M.P. from ISM lo 1ES7. I duo In no Sir Edward of Olla a young man. He was cducalc'd al Trlnlly" Unjversils, Toronlo, aria al Ilic 1I.A.M.C. nnil waa medical officer on the Duke of Connaoght'3 fltaff dur- li.i; the lalier's viiil lo .South Africa for the opening of tho Porliamenl of South Afrlcn. I11J g work former I" Ihroushout Ihc camra For'eighteen A BROAD PRELATE A KCHHtSKOP '.JAUTHIKR, of Ot- For lawa. Is one of tho broad-m in tied church k.vlers fn Inslan c-f ihp splrll in which he rcg-irds olher thurcb bodies Is Riven In the lale rc- 1 hy a young reporter, ftho is (he win of a I'resbylcrton minister. has, ..._ Tho reporter was sent by his paper into a one Ony to pccure seme I acler. wb from his Grace. He kindly ucU t Pei-lonc- fomtd, an'l, ntltr the Infurma- tlon had bfcn impnrlcfl. 'AA3 ftMnc questions AS to hla personal well years lo T.i'.ne 'mi'Umcnla oL Med ,o wlldwl Mich 'i-h Secrelary's life is not ,Ss a married man of several years' standing Mr. JlcKenna should bo In a >ositlon to give the suffragists a little of his mar- iaco to-Sliss Farmeli JcJtylL In 1303, an amusing Incident occurred ta House of Commons Mr. McKenna hai without one for Ihc shadow. He ean cha-.iec a serious liluition in- to a most humorous situation ly es s loitins tho nature of his col leasues. Quite frequent y tho ous-mlndcd Sam McBrioe will sit down In the middle ot an argument. joiner's apprentice, and when a young man ho embarked on speculative building, meeliiig with great success and laying Iho foundations ot its for- tune. He did not lake up politics until ho reached mlddlo-agc, but this proved no handicap, for be has a natural an- tilude tor public speaking. Endowed with n powerful voice nnd a vigorous personality, he is extremely popular wilh Ihc fishermen of Grimsby. More- tho Conservatives tavo found w. richf nnnd Vn Iho air, and over, tho Conservatives Jr.wo ndufse lnroEne ctaract rlstic him-tt ,aluahle assent election tltnes displays o( laughlcr at one at llio [or has a ijre-iy, cheery niellwd thrusts from Ihg humorous chairman audiences, which is very nrally Ihj Archl.laliop enquired Iho ramc of ihr man. J'A son nf Hev. Mr. ho en when loin, Thn reporter fulmlltei! [I. then >ou arc my I tils Or.ieo, i iJnli.Tllj. icr Is my trolhcr In tho work." The Reward FOIf past few has liken on nctl-J Association work, nnd' president Ihlrycar Is Ij lion o( a lung period cf vltc. He wns nf tj Cnnnll.1 ...e producer of Jtnow Just huw.mu.ch of the Works Commillec. Deputations like to conic beforo ...r Works Commlltcc because of tho courleous treatment and cencrous consideration they receive from the chairman. Kven tho most bitter crit- ics of civic arc inclin- ed to modify their desanUs upon members of the City Council when Aid. uann appea's to their better Judg- ment and with natural sairacily brlnp them from the clouds to face the slerr.cr realities of civic business. the Prophefa PKOPHKTS and eons of prophgU hue predlclcd Ihc downfall of ,Md. Dunn nt every civic election, but when tho List vole has been counlcd and the returning officcis have left i ihe polling uooths it has been discov- ered lhal Iho Ward Five cattle kins has cillier headed the polls or rrnde a god'! rjnner up. H Is Ihe boast ol Aid. Uunn that ho has never allowed any orsanii-ition or newspaper to dlc- lalo his policy In municipal millers. Kor years u 'cerlaln evenins paper made strenuous cftorls to convince the electors o! Ward Five that tho alder- man had outlived his usefulness, but 1C electors refused to believe the dltorlnl advisor. Tho alderman camo ack stronccr' lhan ever, and II wna lis expressed desire that ho might al- deserve Iho opposition of the apcr that had tried so hard, b-jt fall- so Isnomlnlousiy. to relegate him o ttw ranks of Ihc haa-beens. Aid. Dunn has been a stron srler of the Cily Cattle done business there-for many 'he has always evinced a desire True he 11 yf lust returned from his honeymoon, spcaklne In favor of Ihc Govern merit's Old-Age Pension scheme. "It ll relatively cheaper for two per Eoni living together than he ar "You ought to.know, crl- Mr. Will Crooks "Well, I hope II will he Mr. McKennn, And tho House lauphc the pious nspirotlcn. ec the clly enlerprlse'prosper. hs chairman of the Fire and Ught -ommlllec soalf] >ws ago, he took an active the mprovement ot Ihe sjstcm protect on and wai re.nonslble M the carry ng througti olnV'ny for the ncreased cf- of lire Fire DcpnrlmcnL There Iho ehfllrmew of commlltces o jncDly them with Information con- he was defeated by Mr. Tom Wing Slr George has had some nmuslni was addreMlns a lOmewhil hostll GOVERNOR OF BOMBAY' 3IR C3EORG1) CLARKE, now Lord Sydcnharn, is returning home af- ter.five and a halt years ot strenuous and successful work. If fell to the lot of Lord Sydcnham control the Bombay Presidency dur g Ihc most menacing unrest that In a has known for many decades; but was his good fortune, orros had subsided, to meet tbo King- Emperor as tho head of a. peaceful and yal community, whose manifestations t reverence for .tte Crown he whole Empire. H has been given to few men to. ae- omplisb, In tne later years of a. bosy ife. spent in tbe service Empire, o much as Ixird Sydentuun has n tho Indian Province 10 now His Ufa In In- has been saddened fay poignant do- mestic, losses, but he will embark Tith he consciousness of great'dulles hon- orably and successfully performed. A SHOCK FOR BENNETT Sir George Bridwood KIN the ranks of the veterans M Yoong 85 yMTH Ixird WemyM must bnckeled Lord Haiiliury. Al. 37 he still enjoys life: he will ntva rerard himself M old enough to dc nothlnc. "I: of loos llf> perhaps-that he has never glien.up work, and to-day he otten irols In hard'a day as anyone In the d At S5 ho found that ae irw young cnouBh lo begin Ibegrejl lit careers solemnly leave ltw BriUsli capilal and make their In 1'aris. One of Ihe latest to do this Is I Arnold Bennett, who, however, Ms Pans well, and ha, wrillct, asllshj- M v (ully of her magic Tilshts. rcrhaps his In- early rising. Joy now is I" entertain his] tobacco, 'eni has new, touched to'nisH them wllh his knowledge. Ihe At lunch or.o day In a Illtle. rtsUn- "Of replied his eyeldg him maliciously over his wine "Moro thw Ihif. I cbuia raur county-Si iff ordsh in the world makes IS? enquired the mortified, nortllst aun_ "Deduction, my dear dtdue- tloa." trowed his friend. "Every time tomallcally lift It and turn II over, to A-OfPN FOB-.- [E Sunday school bjmg ;