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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIR CHARLES ROSS AS A LAND OWNER President of ROJS Rifle Company h the Proprietor of a Big Chunk of Scollar.'i. GREAT DEER But He's Not Head of the Rosa Clan. Nor Has He a Host j of Adherents. 1 THOMAS EDISON AT HIS WINTER HOME AT FORT MEYER, FLORIDA BRADFORD'S BULL II. MUAWOUO. K.C.. ristor nn'l Iccturtr ai the School. claims IrcEaml ;o ibo pf hlJ Th-s other day lie w.-.s guilty ot bull, nierv ilintk -si ill i- his claim, ilc was 16 ih.f first IAV ana ltirame to n in.rit tame of th lawyers evidently At Irast they -t that he way one of Ihft folloAing .'ulvcrtfH-tnuitj n-c-n' V. V. F. Norlh A tptda! -r tnovtriienl bt-M In iJ-.o T fj Ifcv, J. >lin- iJr.Rr tbr of the ilrai on S-jmby. Feb., at ColilriF. U.U.. K'.itrtr Si. I-oriwl-lIr.in and Ucv. V.'tiley (JinrJ iic-tho-lUt Church, v.lli take part In tae Kt-rvlce. Lwfondcrry kindly pwihft to (Hy oriltr) Jons Counly Sfcrclnry. Tho rialics (our n) fcc Wesiminalt lw as the commandtr-in-chiot of the msjoriiy of the Senate. Hon. Mr. JJostocl; is an Knglishman by birth ar.d education, lie .Is llio. Hest son.of Samuel Uoatock, of the] termitage, Walton Heath, Surrty.! Kngland, and on May 31sfnext will fifty yeats of age. He IE, thcrc- c-ic. a much younger man at the time of his ascer.oIoJi to leadership than either Slr.Ttlchard Cnriwright or Kir CJcorgo UOPS, his- two He was educated tutor nt Suttori, Iirighlon, ar.d and then went to Cambridge, where he rcceivcil his Master of Arls degree in 1SS5, fn mathematics tiir-os, third class. After ihrtc ye-ira' study of, Blackitfjnc and other It pal ftulhorlilea he was called to the nt Lincoln's Inn in 388S. l-'ivc years' experience a [.ar- rlstcr was sufficient for young Uoalock. He heard the call of Can- a'ln, Rave up his rirofcssion, crossed tlic Wg j.ond. ar.d went all the way, nercss Car.adi to lirillsh ColumLla, vrhc-rt! mo to-day is almost, as' much a IiCUfiuboM word as that ot j Kir Klchard Mdirldc. He- went inlyl ranching: ar.d and'l.l-l! hanl work for tht dtvelopmeftt the I'.iciflG I'rovincv s-> attracted Ihe admiration, of Ms new thu-c yt-ara after Ills a nival l.c war, nominated aa the UliCTal of hn called tri Htr.af, whero IKJ l.au htcn cnc of Ihu ir.ost useful mt-inlrciy, 1 I'rult rjnchirs waf not llji only HrHlsh ('clumMa f-nlerr-ri.-e llial at- tractf-d Kc-n-itir (Joatock'n altrntlnn. a while ho wTi.n of Ihc Vancouver Province, tfic IcailJnx T.ib- trAl of I tot part of Cnn- nda. He haft larpc Investments In number InJiiititlc-i riticr r.f his nt hl.e l.oiiK; nt Monte H.C. Is fi t'ci [yv.' of t U Hoy al Colonial 1 n- "and insisted, on niyini; fare Ihroo guessbs 'who' nccomKunrd We'd been willing to have furnishal him transportatioR.' 'And .tlie agent, "he .almost-never travels in car, except' on IJLS .own Hr Says lie it's an-. ImpbeilJon iak another milrpiil lo lug uroumi a portable fate like S5o everyone -wenI Yhov Joesn't. seem to IJD ansv answtr' to ccc entries lira of 11ml sort. Kltis 7'artcr Bvtter, HIS DR. J. T. warden of Central. Prison, Itis a] nf which he U widely fctibivjn., his beslf stories "wHs told Cho'.other day n a t'Atherlr.g of prison; wardtijR an -V lauy had been soing over, a and rhrrSns the conver.intiori herself and the ward OR, rem'arkc-d lim no man was" so hnrdcnctl nnil vife th.i n tender ami not be rorncr of "hi hC'K it. there raid Ihc war "I've got Bcrr.c "V.'tli, you take me to-or the lady with a rwitive conducted (he hid along n certain nailery Jn 'the' r.riu jrultcd In frtmt at a cell v. mm Ml nurslni: n. cat. "Tlii-rc you arc.1.''. Ihc Ian "Hid I not tell 30.11 tht ho had a sort (orntr In his In-art: Ix.n nt him iiTirplnjr that Mt! you your queried the lady't'f tti prisoner. "Yt3, was the reply, "And why do you loyt Fhe the w.ir .'li-n'K face last the proms i answer. WILHELM1NA SPOILING HER .BABY AOUH10US Ins hlely t-mne over Dutch ff'-tilna 1 thtlr baa loat iiopdlarlly th'e, people1, wJia Ihlnk'Bhe I.T Ifio sclf-ahsorliffl ohA is nlttrly ppdtling lUlld- I'.-ir.cepfl Ihu whole court is'cipcclttl (ojyo'w The Ouccn -MtiUif-rs rfforln to correct this Mute of afinltti aro" niifl tho J'rlnce Cunsorl, wlio Is rftg-flrfk'J us the chief vlctJm nf. the (juccn'8 stlflahiiC-.-is, has litvtim? pointKir through syinpnlhy. Tfio calico of Ihfi Prrnccna JuTIana, a. TtiMy bs.'ir'to Iitr hrtii'Hl. h.ifc been cnutjh! by cawcnu .Tho wliich filvos srre.iltet lUcnsun- lo the- loynl and they fill nrc future niakliig inttch ndo over her frowpy loy wliHt f-i driving. Tn the beginning, of bcr doll days Iho 1'cinrc-AS wouM hnvcr but I bo Dutch xftbotp, wooltn shirtfi. the nntlon.'i] btatMrtfip, ,nnd nil. II !a rfirncmbc-rcd how once al.c Biuirncd the? ratls-made, ftllk-furhelowed (toll cent to Jitr J'rwMenl lo tho groat Ovllnlil of the re'tjiTc, vvhost bcartE flre tip In her. But pip.ics Iho liomcly, little Dutch dolls with disdain .iml Uvlshefi all her .nffectloTis on nil Am- incrlcfin-inridc Teddy boar. The J'rlncers Ifl "Kollln" a big E'M ns she will bs five yc.irs old the IAS! dny of nixf AID Sydney Button.1' his office liouw have centrally en longer and his Hollcaya an tlioac cf Ills predecessor. No mart us ht-tii so strict nljOUE s own ho has Ls own account, nil the nitntal ilrlHln? ia.1 fell to tho shnru o" the Id Mr.n's" oJlspring. H ui loM of the cKIfdisii diiyn ITint- lit tad crj'infi.'all'tliit ir. Gladstone wild to lijni. very goiti- ily, was: "Think no more rJmul it. 3U may po and have it nuf Hjat rvirta. J Kir Sydney- Fluxion's father stowoJ lore practical sympathy for thn pnlnu hi a fellovr'g, whethsr Ihty weic sons r slaves. It vas ho who n-.lsed." hla olco for clemency after tlio inutfny tho Jamaica riots, thus on radition cttablislicd fiir tfylnfy'rt nindfathcr, Sir T. K. Ilnxlon. -who >wal WillK'rforce as JtjuJcr or tho .ntl-Klavery party, nnd tho into action eighty yean) go. The sequel liiw conformed to tho sual rule of diverfirr.rtv The yoiitli wax told not to think about "his oothachc.H Jstid was chaffed, under.tho amc of "Tupjic-ncfl" at Kton. Tias crown 0 be a man of a far inoro lenient ami dulpc-nt ch.iracler tti-n Ihe youth who was reared in au atinosnlicrc ol itndliost ponllrnent. The AiinuCe Han'd TTMPATHY and consideration Hav'fc J liolnefl Sir SyJr.py Mitvtou to pliy 1 successful part on'concilia lion "com- tiitUcs and in tho stitlcmcnt of tli9 nany dlspuEcs that have come Into his ifficial purview: it Is owinj: lo ame nualjMcs that hTs tiook on "Kulr is a classic. Hut he Is n.maji follows a rigorous nml eels his suljordiriales lo do 11 knwise1, Jjas never ImJd a In that vast csUiMishment, the Dilatory Office rh fills the ininpltintfon of ;i publLa felons of nil (Jovcrnnlont dilatory office Is also n rasM" of indolence in llitnir IVr-slminstiT. AKtiough Sir Kydiu-y Is fond of wrif- inp himself doivn as "aulhor" when ho for his proftsslon. and in Jus-. ilflcd In doing liy n. coodly fhc-lf-ftii books. It in n-i n. rarlhirlonlary of- ill of more U'ftn twoiily-fivfc years' experience that he COJ-.H lo Koutli Afrlrn. "1'olitlc.il Qu'islions" and "Political founil hifihly useful lo Icbatijip Ihi-ough ciUllons ar.d fivt- c.lltiong rtapro lively: nnit ]i'.a on nre considered romc