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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FCT BIG WARPROBLEMS Shouldered the Trials and Tribulations of Canadian tndustrfal World for Three Years, 1>\ mm , DEP. TRADE MINISTER (Canadian War Trtde Board Will Take Over Workv-TThat >v He �bit|.  ' ie- War Industries Bo.irtf'' bt\;-j;i;fieiic:J/nited States. The ropiil^pfitms'conference did not '8lvo thfe-hidm^fft�ct�^lns�'lti-' ter'est.v 1n:^�Is-- c'ofifltry oompiete/Mf-. iafactlon, .IjUt it did resiilt in wahli,nB, oft a serious oriais. Mr, O^Har�t-'�uc--ceedod in getting certain 'auantltlea. of tnaterlalB through, which ItftvVcn-abled-tho factories to lie^p Boirig.^ilf there -was ever an:,orCTnl3tatWn'i.tti.'it' Is .^Bovcrncd b.v an �ndariiantlne'aW-' tude towM-da nnythinB hilt war work," It is the 'War Industries,Board off the United States. , TVar;,c'oine8 flrpt. and Hghtly.flO, andi'wWDfetlde .iny.inahii-faoturer.who ?g�ts 'toi> perBlgtehl in Ijis-^app^alB (or materials that are not necjled for-..specific -war -work, .and if the Canadian War Tri�doF ' liar'degr "When war broke put trado stop-pod; .it was up'to the Department ot unities-in the -n-av of this, and the suoeesB yhich did accrue by the Hhipmont of larse auantitlcs of raw materials, etc., into Canada for ;tlio -war work carried on by Canadian manufacturers is In no small measure due.to the efforts of'Mr. O'Hara. '.I'he Canadian 'Wool Commission Is a caso Jn pointr This Commission has, been able to -keep the textile .mills working.full.Steam for iho past: ?,ear.' -Tive,.iihli>meiil: of wools .)ntj> Canada was'of - vital Importance to keep, things agoing; It arranged-with Ihe'Imperlal autliojitles to have wool shipped hercj�Jtcte.d practically as a . banker forthe,wool usei-s, and.vested responslbtlltj' for the, distribution ot wool among; Uife.textile' flrma of the. country in tlve.\!Ciinuai.in Wool Commissions �|'-?:-V -, . Alt.hpufh -pcoiiTo may crltlolze the old IBord^n J Government, for its inef-floionoyftml;.lneptltud?,..many of Us pormancot officials-rehdered a aer-vlco that, wljeni.thvi whole truth la. toldj.'wtUjoarni-ift^m the statltnde of manyJtpfithosOvWno orltlclied all and sunary>^in,?tho Government service. It . must-:;!'*'''*'''^'"'''*''' Can- adian who get It goirtg, jf^jjie Industrlpl 1nter*.ila^pf the Do agajn? Eveiybody knt>W!4 the dlffl-^Jnfflon' Wbody'rfnvihinir.Vfo minion' -ovia "-anybody 'rfnyihinS'iVfor doing .{lonaething foprH^enij/'they, ard indebted >to-Mr...Ojpnm;' ant\t,^l^at,lhft"jJeWrt-mcnt-accomplishodiifQTOneinjfeffl^^Vv Mr. O'Hara Is :a flUlWtjfo^&Pinan who realizes Ihflf dl�TeiiIty46ChI* jJo-al tl OB, �� as '.wcU as thaV-otMtfefinoiftwlvo look'to-Wm toriiSSlKt} ' gets regiilts In a' ?)r\n>erp'e -was .jable rto aocom-])liSh\-/i* charming resl-) de'rice. - ^ , His daughtor-ln-Iaw, nVhoae hus-baW'd'W^Nf'ients'Piy'moal'lV'fjK/i'ar^^^ ni^ati-oft�n>8at ae a mods|-tor� tho.fa,^^ ^hbu8'.?''Qlrl8".' drajvn,by Mr;-.t)�iarle9 DAna Qlbsoij.,..^'Thofflaia%'hlcU'ff561ing family: He, was a'minlstor|9 son. - : . ,,A;. sturdy, brlght-cyed, redrcheeUcd fcofcIJ" appyed to thfi C;ftmbrl?L Steel Company, -whose big plant is In Johnstown, for a Job. He got one os messenger' then and there, at three dollars a,week, and quit school immediately. Hardly twenty years later-: this one sentence tells how successful lie was-ho formed a syndicate, gotqontrqj pf,,Cam,brla;,Steel, anrV-by dint of.twelve days of Interesting munoeuvring. sold it and cleared for hlmHelt and hl.if/you'll ^onjo ;over: nrjd |ip.. ' vice-president-,apd(gofieralmaiiaBer. of aalas,. "ijHp went, over,... Shortly;, afterward ilie formed a' sypdloat(S and^ would have made hlmscUpr.olildcntr^;-If the syndicate had- been-successful in gettiUB' complete; control, which )t. w{iBn'tyiLyON, who has been appointed Uuglalrar for tho Province ot Ontario ot 'tl|p.;SIilltui-y Service Act, In succes-l&vito -Air. Olyn Osier, is already fifU^chpoIed in the dulltii apper-Tdjihijig to tiiat office. Not only has iie'fstnoe the enforcement of iho Act Jasti'ftutumn lieUl the office of deputy regislrai',-but it was under his direct Sub^i'vision that tho office staff, about tiV'o hundred and fifty per.sons In ail, was orgnnixed, ' iftoiqiision ' Mr.J^Wilsoii is a. publisher, being general manuger of tlia :-\Vilson Publishing Company, Limitod, of Toronto, whicli position he ^'temporarily vacated about sis monHi^v.agorilh -ordcr'i-^p devolo hla timoi'and energies to tho administra-'tloji'of the'JIillt^ry-Serifi.ce Act. And it -has taken his limo and lus energy, for It liHS been a day. anil night 30i). When 7)U: Wilson assumed iho office/of'deputy vt'glstrar tno understanding wa� that liOjSliould occupy it for a term ot three months. Bui whoil the demands of ids own law pracllco compelled Jlr, Osier to re-iinqufi.fh his position of Registrar, Mry?'K^ a^o,ho was largely instr'u'-' .'njonIpIiv'3n'J^l'orm 1 iig tli e�.UnIvcfsIty, Olub,-.situated on King, street West itr,I-'|�ngdovfno House, Ho �Vaa-impressed wlth'^'the Kaiser's phyijl^lue. and 'Ijoarlng-blB look of determlfl^lioil, his restleag-ncsfl, his affability in iijopliil ' Inter-' course. However, \\� Jdpg not seenij to have Jiad much direct:tallcwllh''! him on that occasion,'' ,'; ' , , But in November, 1907.jjie stayed at Windsor while the,,J?|;^T�er was there, and "saw muct). pt.;!lilm, and was surprised at his gdiety} freodohi, naturalness. g^nlaUly.'indi good-hU-|mo�t-evldeAt_\y,Onnaffccted'." Ix)rd' Moi-ley was 'th.en Secretary of iitate' for India,, aRd.'.aff ,*}icli,, iftturally an object of spnciai atteritioii'from the Kaiser, who, he says, "greeted me with many mock salaams and other inni-ks ot Oriental obeisance." However, this playfulness :was not altogether without motive,-for'liord Morlfcv, writing to I.,ord Mlnlo, Viceroy of India, says tbat ."Beriously, he put mo.yirpugh my paceS;ivbQut; India, '^h'on I talked, asiWe^oll should,, about' the ImpoSSlblllly;? oj;itor�cai^tii' ing. BritTsh rule Jn i;^ev.]Q|i{llan fu-; tiiro, liop^lt Ivla^handfsrtluetantly xin' his knee with a veHc^ent esclami^-ion to match, that Brlll�hJ>(ilf ^ -i^uUl' He Got Away From Pelrograd Dress of a Com- . -mon Sailor. v in COSSACKS HATED HIM They Considered He Wan a Traitor to Korniloff, anr. A protege dt.''the late .Lo^d Salisbury, he was educated at' -.Oxford, where l:o dlsUnguiahed hlmseifrBorn fitty-four years ago] he -was. in 1809 appointed rector-of the historic; Church of B.t. J5y I^IKUT. }10RI.�t SHOIIA.XSKY; Pli'^BpGRAD was In the hnndd of ' tli'o Rcil OuardB. friends , and pa'riisaiis of Korcnsky wore in' hilling or hn alive or a free man was no'less tltah- - A miraculous. -iJenine and Trot'zfey iiad . / known lha exact hoiir of hl�-''4ei>ai'^ ,'!.,'! fur6,"trom Petrdgrad and had ' seV '..''� mismVers of the Red Quards on his trail, 'with brders.. to . capture, jilnu . ...i.,._ .' dend or alive. It; was no secret-thai; ' '', tribyWduia prefer to tijkp him dead-, .'.' " '^'he; train -upon, whidi: lie'.rqde to_ Gatohina was boarded a.-dozen'tim�s ii.- .:, J>'y' big; -.beai-rtcd, rouffh-- BolBheyllil >,ott-h^rteane,S3. , , Why fCefMuky^ V ^Tdatohlnav Korch'sliy called at If A'I..TH0UOH OLjleutj-Qonerj^l Sir Hehryv.WUaon. I>,9,Q., who lias been appointed ^to represent iQ^eat Britain on 'theV,Allied .)Yar.g�unol|,' I'jns' not figured lii'tUo"limelight of ;Brnr' �eorre3pondont8'_|. teli)giym� and; 6ftlciqif;de�pa'tqUsi>V 'Uf:hH�^Blay#4"^^ pki^t> -In the, war of in��ttmubl� Iro? pidir^n'ce^^ He li poiieaMd of a genlui' fof'Btrktegy and'a foreiight oto/im^' infi'event*, ttaat'^la 'reiavded as pro* pjictlfal. ' ' .''','../. ,/,81r-Henry began 4il�,ji5JUt�iryr,oa-' reir. Ji� J f'!'r^*'^' "If unortbwroxi' E^rly ftn ,wt� .^tntuvy: tieV�t positive tllat th(| gr^^t; ,^''"*' 8)ain n)�nao� .wouId,;matwlaVl�9.\and ^faubtleSBi; this, oonvlption .wa� the 'i;onndatlpn'Ot:.aUhl�effort*.^le knew eyary' Inah ot 'the .i^rtneH ,front|^. Bach year he jinaA*'^!I"??^^'(i bicycle., Wh�� ,Wr .bro|5p, oift > M went io^^aaw Au;ti)Qfi^^sdltion "What'll you.Rlvo?-, He named his figure. The execii-t^vonnmod his, They.coAiproiniaed I'an- sixty dollars. � � "'.,4�, :',without' tnuch delay or much.ado, J, I3rdMOtJ9y'A^^ the. Brltisli Labor".meh)''ta*Ji;t^d',.'.-In^ things, and WasV toid' .'Wltttoitt Jany cause fbr quarrel,'* "The Kaiser lex-,' preBsod tiie d^evoiit'w'l^h ^that his own-iSoctallsts woiild o�ly shoW the satho-sense. At thatv'.%!in.6,i:vthe|,:^^^^ Railway "was aiij',impBr|ant .''highi-'. i>oiitioav.';,;.topio.,,:Sijji.v4jKs,.;fj|jiji Morley telling lord Mlnto that "In your inost private car, 1 confide 'to you that Important talks took place iiboul the Bagdad Railway." ' , c .Sv6 read a good liial that Is inter-;' eating about what Bp'rd Morley heard of'the Kalser'e porediiiKllty from some \Vho saw him at clb'se quarters, H� estimated the genpi'41 .;jiny; clairpi in - the front rank witl'i (MJlsniarcHil'i.'p'r Ca^t)U^I -or Metternlilt. ? .��."eu'perflclal-tiiirrted- .unpet uo uRT~ba dly i t)a.lanced~tliese a ro a few of tHo;d�sng and, Intend-Ipg P9aoe;r',1'hat,tof course, was prirt of.tho Kaisor's'gnnje-." Pan It be that the itiemory ,pf tUlpVimproBSion so remained wltU'liord' Morloy that it cbn-Btralned him to Ioj.ve the British Cab, Ihet 1n llll'l rather-thnh be a party to;decla.rlng war pn 'suoU a poftbe-lovcr? �,; � --i.'-: . ��';,,, . ,, ;v--; � in-19tl tlve.'kntSar'-wasr.-agtilii- -liv'l _ -V, , . 'England, uiul'ou the jntli TSlnv sat be-� ovop^fai, and of this number 1,98 are twceh Lord Morloy and Loi'tl Kllch'--Btlll.ljpB duty, while 21 have mado "- 'unohaan^t LordvHnldane'B.- Wo lenru of his ireinnrkablo^vlvaioTty qiVithl9.oncaalojfr*-"r46h't .'tiilnk "I-over mot h,ny-man>�o fail of tno y.e(tt or,il|5e,;and;so,eager;tis'sii'o>^^ it-aria alijira ItWilh othfer'peijp^fc'f ' .an .imnslng stor^ IS fold, "-^rv-dettg.^^,;. jjaturjillvj VoitlnsKv .jtladH-ft is leally too,t�id," ^(d an pld.ladyJ'doUnterslgned the oider Xor trobpa > hpnor.'gf a,"caholnry a^t 'Westminster Abljey.' ' ' ' '5.4 ''OE"i(^-app,otntment to Xtit/woJ^^^ whqh.-^'ho ^jqa rd -the. �le�Y8.- '!R'iijj,'Mb.-i falhet^ (wasi Lord. .Salisbury's-icoachi manl". What whe mtant fof say.W* that 'the new, Bishopnvrfather fjM'f�Br-i Lordisaiiilfuryij o�aci)i,-uii.t,iii toblc'^j long time to m�ko;hor-urtder,-usband> .muoli -ot.'WhIolt M Inhov)^*^'' od from a Kolhsctitld aunt,-' ' ''-.V ... I . ,' . �l ,; "3^; oiido'-itpon' the--commander- -df....... ' the southern .front. Gen, Krasnow, and- tho chief ,ot tho Cossacks. Gen. Duk-  'honlii,' Ho ordered them to draw to his support an army from the front. . . ,"1 demand," he sold, "an army to restore the authority ot the people, but it must 1)0 an avmy that the Iront can spurn without any positions being cadancercd."  , Gen. Krasnow informed Kerensliy that ho was prcp.ired to obey the Oi'j-'^ -, >,: .*;: dej,^ provided it wa^ ^cQUi\ter?lcn�U;A I'i by. tho Soldiers' C'oiimtltteo.,at^iij�o ijtronL . �Kerenslt.v smiied at .ttjlB.wno-,;.-:^;- , s;; abUbV, Because he lecallcd'.tifai tho t i  Jtiead'f^ -the SoldlerB'.-Oommltt^jti-waH.: '>* ^-r^ -yoWtuik.v,'. It','devoted .followen-.'ioC^il.i... y))ilna'� t.KBi�iVs1{y. was ti-omenaouiJlR jelatcrt �y;' {fil�)'ttirn, 10 'hiA rfortuiie,' but ,he mtfu6'stronab|y'dld,.in,ot realize; hpw ..Mdeiy.tho Houblo hadi'Bpread:' how'., l^bipt^teIr!tlio unUiinking-people had if�(llflfi' urider - tho feway 'of. the Bol - . . (�Weslhl.'.'.'�hqreisino doubt tbat.on ,p6i"ftVieSilhgOt October 26, 1917. when t'ho five replmenta and-t'ho batteries of artillery, arrived at Gatohina from- '-v ftiont, tho men singlngr and cheer-  >-. for tlio Premier and maHIng;.- a; ' y ''gWlant' and bravo appearance,.? Koi-ensky bellevodt-hl� triumph was  '^^he^rea^on was KornHotf, tKaTirll-llant soldier and devoted patriot, who thought to strike a powerful blow against ihn growing anarchy at the,', oapital.'. but Who was deserted - bv Korensky at .the very Ijour iirhen a combinatjon-of -their,foroBB, surelvH would havo' \Voii.-> 1 Xhe.CossaiikB. put. .t!;.-the case-plalrtoi* thanrthlB. . Th^y t�ld" ' 'J 'Vvv .f^t". 11^^^^^ ary forqe na'an^ of thp^Jead|ng mem- worth ot'steel that are being boughft, bpt :ie'does'nearly everything eln and keeps reins an4 wl>tp on Mtjtl>e m|l>�. Each week. In other wordff the groat sUe^ts thilt n^e pn Jils detMt befqc^ hlip, lell htm just what mlllR,' If' nhv, uio � "not coming up ^.^o' �erfttcU" .  . " , " thefiuijreme �BaCriftce. ,ln,;th�,or-. gantAitlci>^x4f,,:thb O.T.C.t;.; of|?:T., the. -cluW^ivarvthtf-,mQV|ng splr^t.^:,:"' ,.\;:: .rA^�ooftKor,,Mr,, |lWila^ha: atVong In both r^BpcplSi -He cantplqk.the.right kind Of man. fqi; a i>ari.l^blVf;;ljotif about as iiulckly nnd ns w^lirasWat! nicn'ocJ^upylijB exe-loutWo .pb9M;l''i08V Aa nqBl's^rar'ot^the' Mllltaify'^vlc^ Act, tlihjjff Iv quaU-,i� WCkF."*"**'* .lHJK0Rai�,tea4. UapVtofmbn-^Sf-iien ho, g|�^heihr,f .Hi? -'--!"-*^Vo.tt>em in nrd|rto-'gilt'tlid �QiSUi'sal vat |o�, V;:))(y, f�r Mip.pnr- Hul�> Cpmin Weo, he ln�(tHted niaiiV i^or'^mUslc and~s Hglne l�a,">; r Follower bf No, Ri^llilon, AT this luhc}ieo>i^h^'j;(^(�er s�e�i}5,-: to liav'i^, hd'd' onot tsi\ his' ieml-, thooloiilcal thtfods'-ftn hlinXtird''i ,1 For about elRme^eDvmontlm'lnhlB career Mr.. "Wllwn.S'fVrai gensraf, raan^Bq^,of tliel ri�oni^,'Dn\)y ^iWfA f)tit fctlrod from tfa\tlpoiiitlpn6��? yeaTu/ 4!i1.rP'*�o�>'>riy of tfir'Bfeyai ,Or .>4,.BkViS f'jrce^ anjl the J 'SfiilieA; nbt;l!ar 'froiA Wionina., -i�i^liy'Uf t athletic trajner , ^ ''�{cfW�� aporling bopto.t* tlfty-ntn�i,yi^arB g)d, but^,nevertheiMs IB Actively �nkaic�4 m serving (In ' 8aW'-H,9''tll'tli(i athletic lustruo of the Qovomnent Aylatlon School m,c , ;f the UjiilvergUy of California, ^^erkai grfi^t ley.,0�l.. 1 * 1> >,'t.iVimlil agOfnept (^e I Yale athletM ycarg. ^uijUlnsi\iPV> ,Pa](ice,' Tlvsn .tHere.i^ ,�|^>fi.n'hoHE:b he �itli. ovnadonally Vatlon'af Cijneglato Athletic As�po)ti�)-3 MocfnllgHi a'>stn?Ie carilage hoigjVt 4 ...,Ue* a "hand at the,; ^owf v|gorou� Wqn.JcM g^i^rotary of the FootbaH) vhtoK-.^aKei liw"Royal WJglinssg .tl., W , of tie Qovomnent Aylatlon School tt,t! '^IftUshed Hov�iwoman,;Vnd takeS 'a f - .....-Ity of California, :^erkji. gr^i^ji^'pflde In her^wQ hp^TiegM'affy 'CaWR h�.i,,e., aytlvp 1.1 *)\� Mfcr!V�J^t;Hhe.,B^ ;