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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW N.B. PREMIER IS A REAL NOVICE Has Never Sat in-Legislature, Nor Has He Even Been an .Alderman. A BIG BUSINESS MANj One of Merchant Princes of Si. Cultured, and Dependable. Uy W. A. CRA1CK. T is doubtful whelher any public T man ever look alLcc In Camilla so link' unicllcjl CNl'm- cnce of I'ArlumcrUary life us Ilie Premier of Neiv Unsr.s- wick, K. t'tsu-r of St. JJhn. Tlicro have numerous Instdiici-s luen advancing very i.ivi.lly lo C.-.'ol-1 net rank, but If any. ot men stepping at once irojii rrivalo lilt Inio a Premiership. Mr. rosier his never sat 1" a he lias never even been an aMerr.ttn. IKs experience In til.' juture i-'-'n- J lie service has as member of I Iho Council of Hie SI. John Iluanl ol PAGE Sidelights on T PEOPLE iri-the Pifclic Eye, V SIR THOS. TAYLOR DIED IN THE FAITH Notable Figure of Presbyterian-, ism Passes at Age of Was a Great Jurist. HE SERVED MANITOBA As Chief Justice Many Church Unioii Movement Sad- dened His Last Years. T Mr. K. foster. Uy A. H. li- III! of Sir Thomas' Wanlluw Taylor, HamlUou removes notable figun Ihe of life. He had. ed ilie dyluy-fouttii post In ;lnosi strenuous :inJ honorable carver, i liis .time coint for well- _ jmeiiled rest. There wns. Indeed. but shortly Germans Jailed By MONEY AND THICK SKIN GOT TITLE Max Aitkcn arid His Peerage I Quile .'a "Joke ill Lonao'li. BACKED BONAR LAW A California Portia Convicted the Three Notorious San Haying Hard Time Gelling Peers Francisco Conspirators. AlIlS IH llio Btory of n Portia or llio I'lnes, Ilie slory of Ainerl- can feminism triumphing over a hlustcrjne, .EinUtcrlaE Irlo ot Prus- iBtan.V lo llio last T lo Sponsor Mini in Houae of Lords. ___ IB Kilgllsli wcehllca In- dult'o in Interesting persoiml gossip ulioul statesmen avo iBn.V 9erc.i o io as as to Living ii lot to nay uljoul Max Alt- ifemliiluo Intellect" In any country. t'ng cx-Monlrcaler recently rril ITIIO life convicted o( conspiracy- lo to iho recr.iKC as l.or'il lleryverhrook. Ivlolnlc'lho neutrality of Iho Unltcil -rho Outlook saye: auedflCMlly wllh promoting ja number or attempts to' Oyimmllo Altrtcn 'made- Ills .'money In whore Ills last years 1 American are under (sentence enlivened Ly a illtiimlo about lor two years, llmElncas ftmlcmled up In Unless the Supi-emc Coiirt o( Ihe RIJ Slates Tntcrveiics they the 'servo sentence In, penlonllnry. One, of lliein Is Consul ona of Iho directors of the Canadian Va- Callfornln cifjc Hallway Company, Ho caino lo England shortly beforo 1910 In (fee. Or. 1. -1. Uoure. General llopp. ol Kan I-'ranclaco; nn- whlch year lio was clccled member other Is, Vice-Consul Von Kehaack; (or Ashton-imilcr-I-yne, tiius Ihe thlnl Is Ucul.-Voii nrlncken, late ot them hail into a ivcallliy dnle at ttie party uieetlrifi- Ihelr eves over the older Pro k-old rins and ami Inilnentlal San Fi-aneisco ram- of the Week Ilieveil lljal ministers was Ihen a young Q.C. In Toronto, r., were whlblted by a Eout-riilden co milk o( tho word slioul.l eal what brought to bear In Ihelr favor. onel of the vanlshlni; school. set Ijeforc them anil DEAL IN HATS Still a Young Man xlETv- BRUXSWICJCS Premkr-lo- IN bs came ortBlnally from Ihe littla village of SI- Martin's, which. those ure nare who have liad occasion to (rdvel over Ihe- oM-fasli- loneJ one-horse railway from llamp- lon to St. Martin's. Is one of Ihe most picturesque, spols on the bay shore. rielilEully 'accn regarded as Ihe Iloliar lwho had written on special branches veteran sportsmnn and fincjof ihe law. Hut It was because of- thc the tlesecmllne camera ap- cM EncAsh Fcntlenian, ihft Earl j slerllng character ns much as for whkh Wlicn They arc much mom doc- letfal not a great many who can think oh their salt! the District Attorney. "Dr. Adams Is the only woman L know who can think on her feel, and she thinks win, remarkable clearness and aln- ofriccrs were tUsguslc'l. hut she won her ease, and the, three German were sen; tenccil to" two years each and a fine of lO.OOfl. and decijedly arislocranc in characler ol ils service. Ils clerks naeurelb- occupied a good position socially, and In time yun; Foster became 1Ilss though Tvarnlnj him lo be care- ful, "that this account ia overdue. Re- member that a hill of or a hill pf may'bc-come ovcr- but a tradesman's accounl he daughter of '.he lite William Vassle. pays when of the belles of the city........ t-- v V.issies had for many years the business inter- associated csls of SL John, and Mr. Vosslc head of the whole-sale dry goods firm oC Vassie and Co.. which dated back 10 the early years of the last ccn- lury- Is a Railway President AVOWING his marriage to Miss F Vassie, Mr. Foster, then a young man of'twenty-five, was taken into the Yassle firm, and on the death of Mr. Vassie soon lie became vice-presIdEnt and managing direct- or. Under hla care and dirctiion the has enjoyed consider- able expansion, and It Is to-day one of the largest establishments of it3 kind In the Maritime provinces, with customers In all three Provinces- It may not be uninteresting to note that Mr. Foster is a ra.ll.Tay presi- dent In lh-2 Maritime Provinces, and especially In New Ilrjnswiek-, there arc still quite a number of small, independent lines. One of these has already been mentioned, thai connecting of ton with SL Martin's. H la only few miles tn lencth, aril Its ment consists ol a single locomotive and two or three tars, but it hm a place In the list of Canadian rail- roads. A few years ago Mr. and a ol hlE friends bo: out. anil Mr. Foater became thinks he will or when It harness lo be convenient, but to show ihat no ill-tfcl'ng exists I.will now settle the Uke another comparatively free shirk the duty of n secrlary.of the his retirement- a wlilcr Alliance, lie went down lolhe HAYING a hand in his i public ha, come La Mm. In a ,lulc0l which WHY HE ENTHUSED TX regard to one' ol his famous public: libraries Mr. Andrew Car- ncgii: dellehls in telling th" follow- nublic has come LO mni. Church win lamenl the Ca'orie, not have arture of this great Canadian. the leaders, nut 11, .y father. Ilev. Dr. Taylor, was a lo aImit ,nat any more all. who KtenjVs of thi me which modern church. The Politics of Religion In group know ns thejharm was bains done the than T' HAT accounts for Shearer and Moore beinE toKOlhcr In Win- A tourist who was visiting a cer- tain country town slopped In front of a building old man who was leaning against the railincs what it "This is tha putllc IHirary. he replied. hlrss Mr. sir; 'K it was wTio save us this beautiful library, sir." "I'm glad to sec you appreciate It." I salrt the tourist, surprised at the I old felloe's enthusiasm. "-But you don't look like a mrvn of literary tastes." "Oh no. rrlcrtcd the other, ntlinc contentedly a I hi 3 He was minister of what I was entering the is'row Et- James' Square, Toronto, j Dr. Shearer on the vcran Young men were very intimate with] Dr. Moore, r him, wch ns Cavcn and llrcel snOly. bul Er, John Klnp. who were then country his j vice ol'a who also a pillar work'amonE -Indents. H was tha kirk. Advice melted Into con- SUch clergymen that For clcrtlons the law- Sir Thomas fon.w.l M, own U intimate with] Dr. Moore, my Informant says, re- Irtfl sndly. bul Gracefully. Dr. Shearer was once In a Provln- capitnl where he needed the ncl- nipeg to'enlarge jointly the efficiency if certain aids to the. recovery of Girls ,vho have missed their way. It ac- counts for the apparent wonder lhal they Uilt more these days anonl ttic e of patronage ntiout Hie precision of Sunday. They have be come past-masters In what may be called the politics of nnd hi the same token Ihe icllslon of poll b-nl of the law. It miRhl be said they grew up lojrelher, they remain- ed Inseparable, nnil althoufih he lived lonser than most of the old "worthies from the none of them were quite dead so Ion ronnectloii s told': A man, 11 P.ppcnra, called on a ma cr of business. 5Tr. he sal your front sale wants repairing, vns nil T coiiTil do to pet It You oiighl lo have It. trinimcil. o jrcascd. or .something." Thu inventor Iniitfhfd knowingly. 'Oh. no." he sairl. "Why askeil the visitor In surprise. A King-Maker X Hie, lasl .of Truthful Tory" lells Ihc fellow. Ing tale: Messrs. lIcKenna, Samuel, and Ilunclman liad only taken tlie p'rc-1 caution of looking over the hand heljl y the curloua person, miscalled by papers "Max Alkln." before ad-. sins their chief. -Mr. Asnullh mlsht ave won the rublur. H Dle.nses Iho imes to llilnk that it planned aiut. xceuted the coup d'etat. In reality ord Norlhcliffe Isnil no more lo du the business Ihan ,'1'hc, inn-ciakeri in-lhis inslancc .was a. cnllcmnii who arrived in thls.cpunj fy from' Canada some six yenrs'aEo; vho "has within Iho last few weeks lecn summoned lo lake.hla sent moliB the' l.arons of England miller ho title lleavcrorook." This Is Interesting, and 111 the main t is correct. Ilul It Is quite ina.ccur- ,-J He in glvinn lilc hnpresaioh" Ihiil'- t-ithcr 'Jic liiea of "the coup orisinalC'l n Aitkeh's fertile brain or that mine was laid liv. his delicate hand. Altkcil had" nothing to do will, the criuin of liio plan, lliil nt. a .certain dGTTt use Ihc- library, hut my old woman pola the job o1 cTean-n' It A LITERARY CABINET as a. lfT Oovcrrimcrit. U ir.Itjht he iL pTaprIell. a i.itcr.irj- I.nrd l.or.1 BBlf..r Mr n he lived. U wna Elgrilficanl Lhat two auch n.i Dr. Klnc anil Sir Thomas Irte honors In Ihe building up of our first Prairie Province. One ,.-as (it the hea'l of religious educa- tion and the other, as stated anove, the head of the. Supreme Court- Along with the l-ito flobcrlEon they found time (r> aprcad Presbyter- over '.he whole West. Ells main s-rvlcc lo his church wns as .convener of tho Church and Ms Inullcllnir Fund. And U Is EaM that Kir Thomaa never In hi cnrrff> ins booth for his party. He wna be pinning In be uneasy about It. HI? story made fir. Shearer uneasy, loo, Kver since 'tlien he has underslooil that it In'a mighty Important thhiz lli-it thl.i rorniptlon In Cnnacl.i puts Ion Incorruption. .The progress frnm I the "Lord's Day Intolerance" to the ,clal sarvlce conpress recently .held j tics. Moore and Slicarcr sevtral centres, Ti.splrallon of the teen effective. their heads together over oyfiler soi and plannlnu a sncinl service conven tlon. the preliminaries of which In elude a clever prcsa campaign, an yon nre reminded of a remark i John didn't sec why th should have all the best limes. chuckled Ivdison "every- one who comes IhroiiRh that seta mechanism at work pumps two buckets of water Into the lank on the roof-" of Die proceedings' It >vaa Ihiit one linot would never, slay It was Atlkcn mifiht tic It more securely.'. He did.' Also before the end he liad h goo-1 I more lo tin with thn mailer. Ridiculed in the House Max I 1 ft-r a public favor.-If he wonl'l announce tho nanics of Hit; pccr.i whti have consented to ila'hrf 'his spoil- tors in ilic Housc-of Lords. AVe never iluflnilcly know who :iyns ap- preached, hut we Hope lo kpiow soojj who nrccplcd Iho l-'o'r ov' n T cceny e under lhe'A social conKrcss has lo he rrlonds' nnd stcored. Jual the sa mo n and wll be N-nrln.WMl Iranslalefl into man> elevations Canadian public. life- Looked Quilc Human 1JNDAY. rh-. Jloorc. In full clerl- Toronto, where Mark Irish la so effi- cient. Godliness la profilaWo to all S a New n-rfslllnc alono v.-llh ITnpland dinner In the Ttoyal Alexandra dlnlntr-rooin. Monday he stood at Ihe dcsK In Ihc rolund.i. and to look nl him I think you might have akcn him for a brolwr or a racing FO human did he appear In his rorldlr hal. Ills business collar, his t _ In Mfe." Mrs. '''it is. of cours--, well .-.mor.B wrUlca more than once en Ni- his frienda lliat h 1.1 been roUo nursins political for some In HI. time. He was a r.indH.iis _ John In llw tJtrtlo 10P, and. thiiifili thlnR." he a' fc-iult he lo delineate. out second on n Hat of; 700. nnd Mils HC decided hlrt on a mllllnry career. nftvy- n..11Ji; ___ M tmrjJiaFis W.T.I In his I Ihc Prcib> tsrlan Church u-Hh all my voice. Ills conFrtocft had found noj.Mrfrcth an-l zoal. That 1 conceive relief from oaths li be my