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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ;GEORGEB. WILSON WITH HARD WORK Always Been Up to His Job as Mqyor of Toronto's v Secretary. !lS ALWAYS COURTEOUS RUDYARD KIPLING HAS TURNED HARBOR WATCH ;Will No Doubt MaUe Good as 1 lepd of Street Cleaning Dcpaitment. IT- I ho Ii. Ull.SON. .-My StMcl t'um nn.' retjry l it uf l-irlii nor uK of ih il u[ IMS h I uh.j nvuM by Hulr tunfty ai .iiul gmlKT Tram Us iusulr.LUon the [.ontr Hi a HM-K- I'lin jn asablam ir> Il.i- Majors of Tt-i- (hit Js ii C'ourt- foiis, Jinil ul v.ete tlie elifcf ch.r.tetcristUs of Mr. H.-H in the ho his Ix I J fur man) yojrs, hi Ms dt (ri.m ih Is ln-.cJllutl In Ihw ilutkd] i-f liS.s u. w nfficp not It..- will H1353 li'in M Jiv tii in lli.it "Hit: gcm-M) jiuhU.v" ft lias liter.) paid that in eU.Uii.b- tt-e Majors yf Toronto U." r.uMr luM-n liuir' tnlruUtluiiB (ho Hi.' cislinn of tiuir halh-tc winjM liax> UI-JH lljr rein ttl'O I- 0111 etimiS MUSt liOl "Hllj .Lit .1-5 n.ict.iry tt> the Maj-jr. l-ai iiiuat .is-! i-'inie .-frtnlM tlm onij UK' Ma) or id I" ru-sume. liutl who tho rtviln for KifS'itif It.o city ahlt> aflu.a wKun i KUII unfold i. i'i, reft'fni eccniTiIcitlcs Jit.iJ '-f tome of tin1 mm h OLfupUil the Chlt-r M. IK! Btrat o's clulr ff this npiilly prowlng ciiy Tl-ls hiforma- tlon. lioftcwr. h ii osily filUrcd otlicr as Mr ..11 the tnUts of ihe Scotch In kwnlng r.nd thil uould in rmy ivay the In- icresla of llio city or Us head. Keeping Secrets the set rcls of U.e Mr Wilson's fiirong qualities. The Juy of out a of ucvis In a I'tr rc-jircscntltlvo uf a. Ins l-con the of nuny a eccretarj- to a public ni-ui inlo tro-jblr. JROWPRES. WILSON i MAKESUPHISIND] I tl Is So Simple That II N Dkoii-j 1 L I I ccrlirig to Ine AbLmy- T i BARON ROTHSCHILD WRITES A PLAY WITH A MARKED MORAL; Onl) by ihe "Elite" of Dublir. Is Her Charitable Work Cuticired. iHAS HER SOUL TO ton uLil t! tlr i I.L.U te ll I tako him -it 1> sikr.ve .1 liin? time n j doijus j.jlUU.il mind i ,ia an cvahluii, and Hi- I la und on th'; uf Ui I ili.n i-, l.uiU 'Ji'- lUfJl'i uJt tKll 1 t-xa'-t Ii tilli. -mi! tht- i-i 'II'. blame... l-jr. .1 j oui: t.tniniLrv. ills ii'flli.'.i. fii IMUEU 1-. in J I irdl. to K-li' ills i in BO; all I i. fi'-iu t iliu nun in oj.iiiLon lilinSflf until lie 10 stitk i upon. v. h it he 1 Hit WPSI .-'I of his thAmfiir 1. J openness in L p- I A nml his utti r line was born at Uombay on LXu-nUicr M. iSt.. sun ol tho late Mr. J. lo whtn Kinliny. C.u; that he married MI-S Si..rr in 1M2; J to npnn hi? -I he one son :inU r.ne dnuyhtfci: th a hy auar-Jeil Hit nf ihne. in "ma that lie his riutn.iiLiny Tins? il-c I Kuuati. >f hls ntl. In truth, ll requires only a rtclul of Ulk-s In T for .'jr-'-'-.il'iLi-; t run hi (I fl. LalUoni. tfhl e ti.o'igtit to mis- l.f i'ti-r. tlit l.tri: surely i jilt- tovanl-? smtxH uiiij .ire rn-li.u- In UnLUu SHt Hi- tlic r; n -..f 'iCf wcU ft.ough wilh The "Extraordinary Smile" I 1 T u'lji v i- it tliJt this is raltii-r 1 lu r- id ii. .my ihf) ui L .15 f.nnu is nn l.ir EinlU. "An nnHnar> v.-'jnar v> :la of, fcstra- llje I till La I I tlun a mar. uhu Iilstorv li> ic.i h-.' first her Heroes, aiiart'aii benlci. lie hnd gone to ia lo observe the imporud fDrmal- cf a (joierriar-tfiuir.tl's to'Jrt. to t'u uimuc-i by stiffi-eis; hut thhiu th it him most v.js (In. ar.Htllc KOCJC! of Lady AbtrtJun. An English Lord ChltC [Juslkc, on the o'.litr hund, tj Lo IL :nucn irotr and CRS-, must keep In touch FO well rlvlc nffairs that nr> for information from any part, of the m-llfxed world wlU b'o unrccognize-l His ilnaera must bii on ihe civic pum1 nil the time, and his ear must bo al- open to he-if the call to duty. Day duty and night duty arc common to iho Mayor's secretary. Necessity ,m3> demand that he slay up late and rise early to meet the needs of ttm 'portion he occupies. A rumor, a re- porr. a Eiory of otartlinf? Import, may c hetn circulated mat- iters affcctlns the In- iff nr.axlon may uo ncedtd nt onfc, nnd Jlo whom should Ihe Mavor go7 There is only one answer: to iiiai s-ccrciary. U :s not gcncinll> Tinown that mnny tho iiiftoric utur.ince? of Major-- co.ilt! br To th. Jr t Idc-flnored, if fir table. o nni wor-ttiip iho TwoUe Apo'silr's. -Then Mr jii tutlvc n-.hcr or. ser pltn. They nre ns tli- T' r. P.iqo of the TwrJvi infor r. George have Icon front I r ito poblllons in the bEg fjaily Jitr'o; but Veil-coined Jric nistlcra tt-ut lonn a pin of. the "addrotscs of ToTorAo'e layors has licoa..circfuljy hut curing years that Mr. i has had access lo Ihe ciiy's "holy of holies" he iws never, yielded to such a leiiiptaiina or forfoUcd the confi- dence' of hd was obligated to fecrvo. To Mr. W'jjon is as the hut nol the perilled spsclei AVhen Iio h.is a tp.trticulnrly Hem of LOVS under his hat and the ncwscajier men are aware of (he fact, he will IMSS them i-ne of those Uuntlng trailed thai ling i contributed to hla pfjpnlarlly tho men of the qultl, nnd ivlilch Ii ne- cepletl as a bro.td -liint to the jnformniJon claw here. tnci play dholr favorites, .hut Mr- WHsun hnd no favorites. ]Io treitcil al' alike all memoera ol tho city "couitcll alike. Moro Important, hownvcr. than his Bphlnxllko slleneo was htn caji icily lo 1 anUcIpnto tho wishes of Ills cl-Uf ilur- ir.fj hla ab.c o [ice, nnrt keep t! i e civic business smoothly as If h this fl.J" Hm tpocul-ite on wlietlier It or fail- u, e for hi- Ailinlnl.-lrallni ll ccr- tnlnly spfllctf kUi y btslflitun Iml lla> i i-olllicnl it-ply IP. 1" Xfn 4'r- .ir. i.nrrrn.isir.q field. s l oul lo if.e -'t ol 'All. hc'lt fir.il On- thrmc of rvery tonciso. Am- crirnn, Itr.cliFh, flprmnn j'l.iy have i-crn ter nt Seattle anr) V; rnillLf.nalrc. pbyplnlan. ami philinthmp- ft Till nf whoTn .1 this artlrlP. cxpUlnR hi" P (oll'ms: Thi money quPMmn it1 talli.rr w.fe r.innnt win of Til? It ilUftrenl l. lilfor- I f.f atiitiulc- llic outside him 15 v. tan ret rim nf liim ninrnl nf the If tr.ni a rirji rmn may uril unlnujjy: (hnt wraUh nrp fir from IIF-JOL: nut inpii5. .-Jin) tinr if at we mfisc make onr- Ft'vcs v.'orlliy nf ii We r-ini expcd bu I'iVf-tl fin .i-iil must c content wor- h> ot tPt'cm. We must he goixl, Kni'l mrf nni'-ili the al-oui UF d'iumty. the chamber I j.liy. tEpfcially: ti'il V. is tncnpible js' _____ fitfrontlnr that ftiitoblo-rap nnd dnl. If human. 'The THE DUCHESS OF TECK of T-'-iii. tnoicii FO tkft'o for FD'end.Tn' of T'l H5 ftw fnnc- IK- Cie dlmnle Countess cj Atcrtfccn. Itr aUte ol things than he allowed In own couri, iound self reminded icn minutes after bis arrival of some minor taw priced- of i the tate of U'eFtninster. and is j In places alsa connccln'l the Coke (.imUv.l growRd, ar.il tcnavea for I tpm.nlon. as the t.i.in who har.ga jjfrns un- f.l he he 10 3 scarcely city uf any slzo in Can- MR. VA HINfS PAGE WAUrfiH ly -nrim HINliS VAGK, the new- ly -nrimei amti.istailur to the of St. James, lives al Garden Clly, L.I. Years ago Garden City was U'. J'oyc. c'lldn'L lie coarse D) president uho ids and car v-hects Hi it hc_to-jid scy o that president, in a rtiocJest. ccnlTe- nay: lltllu diamond on meT 'And It's a shame to say nosl of thtui had nhit'miv be- rr.l'cd tt.e rinnl obscr- of lirt Thls ls to be Hotua'ftfS'R pnscnt to some his ;tcel a Business in Ihe inp'.iUition. and ptop'e IT nrt-cents nieotilns of twice as nuch They itt do in Ihr thai n man ivnD wantert to slMo iio.iM 50 ly nnd ns well as to the community a ponton "f hns Jakcn from it. Tht public have no tlnnhs tof him. They FCC in him onl> REV. DR. O. C. S. WALLACE RETURNS TO CANADA founded by A, T. Hlcwarl, Ino fircat nicrchnnl. Mr. liopcil lo mnfce it n centra for relljMo'Hy inclined per- To that end llio fifl luiilUlnK n Kccnt vnllictlr.il. Mr. Tribe's frkml. r'Mr. Steuy.il luid built lecher big. hlji Former Chancellor of McMaslcr! University lo Become a Montreal Poster, ANOTHER CftiiadLin who has licaiO Hie c.ill of his native land 1 ar.tl dclcrniincil to return IJlido tiani'S doTnaln Is llic Kov, O. C. -S. M.A., (overly ch.ir.ctllor, of ..McMaslfr Unlvtrslo, h.i5 ncct'jttcd fi cxictuUd. h.'m li> (he lUptlst Churrh. Montreal Wallace lias been for UIG IMS! four ami n Ji.iH yo-irs Ins to one of ihe Ursrsl and most In- flucnual liipti.st In (lit- Kuulhun yt.ittP, 'he hisiOTie First Clmrcli, Ualt'.mfirp, Md to that he liajl bctn p.iitr-r nf the Uaptip.1 Cnurch at MASF uhcre Kt xstnt afttT resigning the of McMastcr L'ni Dr. Wnllaca lias hosts of frlendi all Canada who ulll he delighted liy his dcclilon His Icn )taM nl McM.-is.ter University wore tcii of the mcci critical Iti ihf Iinpllst Collet j. and In no fimii measure due him the rwnark.iMe groftlh lhal in" 11 tut Ion. To Mm anl to his successor, Or. A. C. McKay, head of Toronto's Technical School drnrinjination ot C'annda ani As A cliancc'llor, WalSALC Ha? 'RemaTkaWe Memory for Detail Greatly Loved by Old Students. fire. -Nol at rxp'.icil Mi6 -vielrttr ol the pen; may ir.y fhsrc of advenlurca v-ho for llicm." Ihe officer, in household eo excited; cverytlilnp tho bacralauteflto sermon and deliverer ot the convocation (lie at Ibc eAtrrSpcs Ihis csr. Tho cx-chariceUor Is -i "wonder" Jit nnci fielalls lie ni-vtr set .o forget nnylhlns. lie ir.r.'Ic Mni- ?ejf nmsfer of all the inlinoto far-Is of students' p.ud whenever he net one of the young men or women in the college IialJs or ftc able to ask th tin q n w t ion s nbau I ar.tl Uieir irletuls Ihat fairly thtm. Ami he dkl nut It for incro >la liti'l rcnuino fove for youiijf pccj !e entrmlfd to Ms cure. aM there aro ran (ell of Mile dfeds of which smoothed out lroubles and mtde lift happier, More than one prnilnato nf McJfasler (o-dny could re'ai" hovf Ur. twusM him out nnd tnn-Ac It possible for Mm to continue nia A I when ty financial r'-sourccE Imd all disap- peared. In appr.itnnco Dr. WoUnce i? of llic finest that pr cd ft I'Jifpll or laoeJil a very pr.pulnr Iht am that his iictPonuUiy nnd M'crk ut RUpirc'attrt V> Hif pnvcrnlnc oil' hcnato nt Hie I tin; laci lh.il ho the o f.nd n W Ho A-naT t y rj, iTii un Her Friends NK thing quite certain in Dublin I is that the poor arc foad of her. after she has written three vul- umes un thdr and plied them with physic, they still reyird her as inclr frlcnO. 5rie" in lite are okln to theirs; the was of a llie spoiling of maternal thrsr are common lo Vhe-Cart'e And thf back street. She says that she has not only given consolation in the but tour.d It there. As for her n-erk on lrtUmi'3 apainst she linows well the'cllv Vhkh mlpnt suffer if the nu- tlon cot abroad that It was a centre of "nse. But Aberdeen nol bcrnu'c 5he told ro. nltacVs in Dublin thi; problems would attack m or siny othM clly where the need and duty Eocm- ctll'lor cf sports Anfl (nalfe- ar.il >.is done'Tier work cUnonHnarily woll. but an bcoV: write and to reid C.inadn n T.IXe co'fnt ouiah It provides siKiTi tvl to nn of It." -l-i'lher. U ii otic wfiy of puessfnir At Anen 1 hnM raM. 'Wtll. we to nmUr fire uTieliitr wp like It or nit, ponilrnl. '1-nl that's" MU'IC jaul fur, If I'l U Tin- othfrs 1rt ill. ..Toup l.uiyii.a. tU-. tnut-h l-ihrn nbai k fin 1 >u- 1-Tl to -etip ty --l.onilyn SKtten. ;