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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta BURY iLWAYMAN Desk and ah Dow in Front of BOY Jnder Lord ShaugK VKen the Latter iTchasing DAS latest knight of thf i Sir George tracej spectacular advancement service to a lucky wade when was enthused with the ro possibUUies of railroad the parental program at one day to look for a Job It offices in MontruL as In the tarty efghtlea when big transcontinental was In an the time Archer the nerai wanted y did Tom tho 5W Jojsi import1 3 Vy Van from he didnt reftUie it at the it TTM Jaat If coxae powerful hid offered Bury or other oi two careen Ma future depend ed upon the To ell cotwurd the Jofc In BU office ww mare Balrer tar than EhutghAdsvyi fa office would un dooWwdly prove frstter1 ebotdd MB flrat the do ralstt hart hal dwas to for MTV Though N tiOwr r we be no that jiiaply Sbaugtmfssy helped lu M3 Kibseuucst advance meat through all of ser his present poeitlfln as Crown Princa of the Immense tion The boy suited the man he was re and ambitious to above he not to know butane road Shorthand hsjraa fam iliar with when he started He presently from knocking around shop one he mastered Hisehanlest1 The Intricacies was a recosntesd expert In all con kerned ihe operating end of a rail and preferment recognitionof Thorough and Approachable his been pretty all the system in one or another and has had to trying experiences snow tttltftit and the thousand one trouble that render raHroadera life one continuous succession of low years under priftita secretary to General Manager Van about be wrta gazetted assistant su perlsdendtent first taate of Prom iJorthBay o Fort WlUffLinfrom to Craabroofc thenhack to eventually to Wln vaicb change epeltlnff greater poTreV and Incrwuwd Thirteen years air be ap superintendent of Lake Superior first ProtEOtlan foBwed to the pocltlcm assistant general mana on the ofSir Wfliam TVfeyt SIR JOHN AIRD A RETIRING MAN mrral ManAjw of Bank of Doesnt WAS IN QUEBEC But He of Scottnk and Hw Typical ScotcK Temperament Sir an opes door beside fThe first typifies thoroughness the secern ap He la KnoTra ac man who gets things He hatea pro eras Una tion tSiher In himwlf or others and numerous are the sioriea Lold oi how he cured employees at the hah It of putting Once he actually had a car door carted Into a and propped against his k as a reminder that the fellow hid neglected to fix it When came down Winni peg to succeed the late Mc oII in he upset the cortunot the of the Wind sor jtreet by on keepinff Ms door so that he could bo seen ajid spoken to when ever And becauae he ob served this principle he ex pected others to do the same and frequently made tours oi the various to that everybody was on the Sir George Ii personally the essence of with exces and la norer comfortable unless his flrtuTOtrndines are sptch and He exhibits remhfkahle encrgj sad despstch fnhandling work and la keenly observant of all that Is passing around As an eiper In every phase of the sub ject he has few in his day and j OHN AlRD was born In O in In Province of he Is of typi lly ScottlJh just as he Is of ScoHlsh descent He Is of Scottish parentage on both He I is a coolheaded man of of Boinewhat ez but compact of sterling vir He la a man vrhen he haa made up hb not easily de flected from the way he has He make up tits mind and act Such Is an estimate of the recently Icnlghted general manager of the of Commerce Imparted to The Star Weekly by a Toronlonian singu larly well pltced for making the It ts understood that the knight hood conferred on Sir Jcbn Alrtl was given to him as an appreciation of the very valuable servicea he has rendered to his country during the It Is known that he has been of the very greatest asBlsfance to Sir Thomas the Minister of In the extra ord in ary finan cial operations rendered necessary by the He has gratuiU REFUSED PEERAGE AsquitK Followed Example of Other 1 HE ftnfl history j Two QN his Asqulth Is said a In1 doing iale Prime Minister following the ot several other famous men who have refuatd to accept and decor Stadapnft of 1cotrEei the most notable Instance of modern Cailyle rerfUBed thfl Titual re marking that if he RccepteJ people Quid Inerltibly describe It as the Grand Cap and Fox the story is told on some one brlng ng him word thatthe King was unions to taaJce him a he re Great heavens has It come to that of the most Interesting WAS that which came from Melbotirne when Vic toria offered him the one of ihe roost orders in the the Britlih sovereign to con waaj of Queen Victorias Prime when the Queen was young and between the two ihere eilsteda plc turecque somewhat like that of father and daughter ever arerpftctful none in he wrote of the blue ribbon unotmts and there h of late no period Sir George woaVaiiOt hare been ilte hla cuatom tojly for me to lay down oiifly and of his time and financial ability to this s Few people have any said the informant before of the hard work he has done In this con nectionAnd It has all been done with such an absence of all is thor oughly symptomatic of the Ke does not he Is a man of genuine worth and atrojig char even way acUfzen of whom we can he Locg Service in Bank Sm JOHN A1RI started his ness as a railway But Jn he Is now sixtyone yeaVs FRENCH AGENT IN Ui BIG MAN Andre Is New French Higti Cotnnussioner at HAS A FINE RECPRD He Will of Rnd Against Andre TTEAB OC the rcraVanlht tnUrion In the UntteJ is business man oi keen Uf decide what supplies shall France with the representatives of Uw anrjinjo the difficult problem of the the Batik of Commerce as a and mained with that in onecapa or tvcr soon became one of the banks was made manager at returning to Toronto as nssfstant manager of the Toronto In 190S he was made superintendent of the Western aii with over all the banks branches situate Inthedis trict between the Great lAkej and Rocky His work In lha post was of such an oulstanflln and marked by so much he was brought the head office as assistant general man ager In four years on the retirement of Alexander he succeeded tothe genera Sir John Alrd in his younger days was notedfpr his proficienry in bur la w MAKEJG RED CROSS JIMP artner in Morgan Company Tilings Decision Can Wait for GREATEST FRIEND OF BRITISH BUND HEROES AND UUDT friends and vorkem for lM at ww BIr Arfliur although the chVf mvttr tar nttef of blind In Oreat national He a cohtem fielflWith Kir HenoPellatt ami the iato Ross Mac has three two both ot thelatler being In the fifing one attached to the atmy the1 other with a naval in June last the John Aird under an operation for in English hospital The younger ton was formerly i wellknown Varsity hockey tatd k fa Ixwdon where Wlwl toiler H sailors Awplts the Ha him xhown the By HERBERT Jnne 9 BR see a herd of steers mfH Theres a heap of circular motion and perspiration and dust and But the stetrs do Then byandbye a cowpuncher orcei his in the aterring herd cuts out a bunch of the milling mea and starts them dQwn the trail Other steers Almost know It the milling Js over and he are going AD hat is needed Is the nian who knows he wants to do and how C Something thesame sort ot thing s beginning to appear here al Wash The cominHteea and commj liona and adviiari bodies and con iuKants have This is a sort of an introduction to t hint at what Chatirrnan Henry Pavlson is with the American fled CroML Is making trings Davtson1 used to be the fa torlte ot the be able to IMnk of a lot of things and theniret the done on MoBtof the is WM r The American Hed Crow has done a noble work thla warBut not develop IU full powt punch until Davison iook other day one of the employes put a proposition before There Is no about said the It nfrM not decided Any lime will There Is no such time as 4lany time on Davlsons you have with little while yod will know that 1 al The War the other cayr OTIS under con sideration vf a The council rather felt would nice little sum OBtftrt the Red Cross off with But Inere was no en thusiasm that 000 right H was felt that a campaign for suiif might inter fere with Ihe fcalo of bonds Davlnoh Hsttritd in nUence milcn dollars fall he now French High Commissioner to the United who ha lust arrived at has been entrusted by his Government with he of coordinating Into arhar m6rvlou3 vhole the work of the unit ed Statesanfl France in order In sure the maximum o fiet to Boivo tiproWems of military and naval manufacture of war ectno tnc and all others thai may arise during thewar HL Tardleu vras fojeign editor of Ixj Temps otParis when he war llcne another member of the Temps editorial glv ea t he folio Id ea of this comins man of France Of fill whom the French Government might have chosen to send to theUnited States as High Commissioner Incharge of coordi nating tho action of our different la better fitted for the post than Andre He I not only one of the coming men of Is THE coming Ho possesses all those qualities of ener rapid and practical grasp of facts which niay he said to be the characteristics of American people In France wish to describe precisely and clearly a man who ha a cleancut way of going nl hingEi without vraste of words and rithout red taper say He oiv3 how to worlc American Afidrej was Par isian belongs to an aristocratic family of the upper bourgeoisie which has given France lawyers ana great men of Horn he took a course of study at the cee where ho soon showed himself the possessor of a superior When he lhat Institution his fatbfcr naturally wanted him fit himself a but tered the diplomatic J A Joornalist WAVINGqualifiedtor the post of I the Em bassy he was sent to Embassy at Berlin under the Marquis de Koa It was came into contact for the first many ana the German From Berlin he went io Constantino whero he was stationed when became President of the Council of Bui this life of a Government func TSCHEiito POWERJRRUM Head the Commit lee of Workmens and Sol diers1 LIKE JOHN BURNS An Newspaper Man Triw to Describe the John Retim From and uniiultiEshcd Pvty r of John ivorH br la the arid writer of inany works on who has re signed from the Socialist In his ot resignation Spargo r frankly slates he believes the organization Is1 commuted a programthat Is un nhd Ho charges that ihe Socialists anttSvar proclamation was1 simply evasive apology tho whole German frighlfutnoss anil tionnl nnnfchyL ilnj1 one of mad8 up tho National Execut i vo Comml i and yrriljngs on Socialism r t L man InljmaXed would ring ing aVbut or new Socialist organiza a reorganization of the Soclnl Dem coral c fortes of tho conn try upon a sound program of democratic public lie says in My iiyUiidrawal from the Social ist 3oes not raenii that I hare dec Jed renounce My convictions were more Intense than as al ivays I am n an Interna tlonattsU and an I leave the party with I have been identified frbm lla formation and Inyrhfch I Jiave been privileged to hohrthe highest nosJUona In the gift of tlidmembers because 1 am convinced that It has censed to be infilrumcnt for the advancement of For a it has been pain fully clear to mind that the SocialisV party improbably the great est single obstacle of Socialism in IFORMER CANADIAN Xo one had eventhought of that much occurredto anyone that Red Cross money IsUionary was not satlsfjmg to a man needed noiv instead of next fall The jot hi ncmlt JourmUsm Council sort of reared back 01 ta haunches looked at Then It looked Then It said hat Brother Davison wasabout right and that nilse or the Hed Cross and HIB council would now fake nextoidcr of like to hear themsehes talk bccaase Ihey talk aboul thcra THE BOYS TF a boy earni ten cents he wants la to trust the rich at man to bMnrf haa io many of those who ny thai their goosj were Iearwn Is the work of her husband for Then 4 1 had rather hava fine hundred ilUioa doUftrS 6sw than two hun m him and joined the stiff of the for several he filled Ihe edliorlal chair devoted lo internal and later tno same position on the Hl3 debut as an the Chamhfer of Dcputtea showedthat future Itarter had cnlered the Trench To Ihe gifts of an ora posacssed by he added fa wide possessed only by a few Summoned immediately to the Min istry of he organized llrat foreign press senIce and then General lOcli al Cha iy the side of this eminen he re marknbte ijlaff Hv his pro digious power of assimilation hcmas iered in a1few Weeks a wide know military After the victorious battle of Iho Tarclkii was siimmoner to Gen eral IleatlquflrEers lo work closer to TardEeu createl th at Gcnora and strtrtetl ser vice of officlaJ of fights a tne to the In comniand n company of fool chAs HeTvaa badly an la name In army or ers yieliled lo the entreaties o his who keenly wished ihn ebnuld place at thcdtsjiosal ottfa Chamber the military which ho had acquired in his alaf work and al the front Appointed mtniber of the Army h naile a series whlclt help crt greatly In changing tho method of certain war ma dfstrlbuiing re rumors In London that Sir Cecil Sprlnrntca will shortly or in that Sir GU erl Trill Tho famous since the llbreak of been In chargo of ho publicityodmpaign oi lie aiiles the United StalcsV Slr GiibcirL hashad a varied began life tis a doctors ispensary and wag Cor student of serlefl hia may he nAmed official ll a Untied Government of raw materials the pflat of ct Tran porfe lion mlsht bulior tho time Iielng worft wlti of vliory CommHtjfce of liio Nflllonn Council of Jnco opcrailort with tho live whlcli bosiia ilonjd In Washlftslbn the f RICH FRENCHWOMAN ost lecurl llej to Iho value bf whe the Irlnftrllendrlk was captured b he will nothe very fieri ously Inconvenienced by her T prewar days her fort tine cst matfid at so she Is th rScheat woman nes to Frau Krupp von the rich esl V Lebaudy lives name in order aVoM Her resilience nil Ihe yes round is In wher Iho rtomtsilc stnfl conslsls c who is flBfOsled In II u Iho rto In charity rwrtMy Ih whole of h cr1 nci mo nlosl of licr nation leiflff SirVfeiirjert Will Succeed Sir Cecil Spring meil of into a nkfercnt HelTvas as a Church of Kng Iscovcry that eal h WAS POOR MRl A French cs1 Is living In re of his humbleori jri nml The son of he keeper of a1 small cafe 3Sar his journalistic ca TSCHPJOXB la one of most powerful men lu Ha is head of tho rail Commit Workmens and Soldiers central revolutionary thit has netveorK of committees every where throughout tho country u the He Is I edicnted man antl In I nppearanco TOI J o h n Io chali lenses tho whole world by the carriage of his squares up to mankind In Ho wears tho some ull mouEtacho and clipped bennl as the old Lion of And ho affects a blue Ktrgo and a bow tieNature has done1 badly by him In ills mailer of but his soul la ns you could He Is ralher Jew In with an almost dis concertingdirectness of Ilia eye lids tend to draw back while he Ja devouring you with his All his movements are quick and and so nlso is his v An KngHsti ncwspaper correspond ent has this lo say on in terview with Tschridze Ills questions to this Is It not true that the war has de stroyed English liberalism It not a fact that we have surrendered those which we profess ourselves to be lighting What hris Jiapponed to oiir right of puuUc meet our free our liberty of he even to our Ilght of trial by Jury lias not this war forced us to abandon the democratic principle of government which has been Britains glory for so many years and usto adopt tho Prussian system of a 3ic trc denounce Tbe SocUlal Idea dldiIBeekto per suade Tscheidzo that there Is allthedifference intneVorM be democracys deliberate choice of of Ma in Us and absolutist system of hoMlng in Us Iron nation whlcli has never been free to decide under what form of government It will He saw what I i must very carwhil these Russian not let us In annoyance say word which will maKo the Russian are la like tho firmest ally in the fat ore all thoso who desire laatlag peace of the perceive that It hi him Hat he sboulil deslrfl to achieveby that which telleve can only be achieved or wrongly who LO trusts Ho leves that the Gcrmana themselyes will deitroy He Is s false to our Weals In thia The troubles tiiat only from tho fact that ho hungers and thirst with all Iho force of hisIdealism to wo want y rensori and not by may But do not V1 lAbor J f and eo straitened circumstances when Invited to lecture aj Impossible o fNo Tho promoters thp Jed the price of suitable to admire VARIED CAREER secVelarr t tho JirHlsh AeronautIcAl Sociel e of for thirty Karaday his Xfter coiirao In WSchwiiciJ tlcctrlcnf he prenticetl lo nnrentty riot allfacted by engln economic ob n the torkand 1 BxtHKUllonnriJifonrc lo scni on e Early lrtined n cV A BUND EDIT Unction Tho son ofn Ttfhall had thi mlsforl cycflght wiieri Vtft educalli ft iiontilon which ho I thirteen years Turn1 to Wha Ih6 TJratllc up rpportlnp on rt w n JRDl Kk up Chr ;