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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD. A PAGE ABOUT PEXDPLEYOUKNOV on Men the.PubJlc. TWO TORONTO MEN The Religious Side of David Lloyd Qeorge FAMOUS ABROAD Quern's University, Honors Them for Their Great Achievements 1 Chance lo Enler Angli- J can Have j Been a Bishop. IN EDUCATION, These vDistinguished ians are Prof. J. Alexan- der nnd Mr. J. Murray Clatk. I.lyyil jof the Uiiie ichool. (mure I'rtme Mlnliur. was 10 Delect several i-f hUs J iu asiis: him In 1 Lloyd Goorye ivis [T Likes the Lily of Ki it -TH.TJ Torv.ilo ihal IKT sons oco ot UI ine lL'ur so cliuseti. atJ Ii rtsu-t: of ihe New'World's (.lit- v'Ue course the "asEistiuiSs" were of- Bi-.d or.e gf the luosi fani- the privilege if entering International auihori'.ici TAw cf thuu i L'l.'iafn laiTa i 5l-'- aivl tlu-y have all Mla'icfl o polls c-i uisiinclion. lltU the fourln ihe same Ppporluniiv he Hie estimation, liis ad- L'niverslty coiifitrvd tvtek the de Doctor ol upon I'ro- J, Alexander, ot tbo romo; aiiJ upon Mr. J, Murray" pasi dtn: vl Toronto Dr. only' as a. distlneulslwd scholar in .EscllEli of deiiart- chief at the University, but s, an authority on tiie subject education. Burjt has-been ibe pub- lic's loss that Dt. Alexander lias ferred devote his 'life to scholar- ship raihcr than lo tho vror's of giv- ing OntaTio those educational re- forms now 10 be JutroduceJ- Dr- Alexander was horn at Ham- ilton, in 1SG5. He received liis edu- cation at Hamilton Public SoJooTs and the. University of Toronto. He -paired the Gilcbrisl .scbolarship, and acqc-rdicrly proceeded to -London "University; with cliis honors fa 1S-77. He en- John; Hopkins University for a four years' post-graduate course, winning a fellowship in Greek, and a iHiJX In'lSsS. A yur iu-the tnircrElly ot Berlin followed, ft-jd ha returccd to C'anaiii IQ an i.pivjlnl.ruf-Qt at Dalhousie Univcrsily, ills rf-pL'taiion as a scholar huA bv tbty Lime syrwid, ar.d In was Invilcd by the eJucal local euthorv In Ontario to come to-'tnd Uni- iers-ity Toronto. He has been CUE Tord Eta's most dislir.jju nrhotars ever since tfiat-Umtir I as a member of tne-Edu- of ihe -.-f fr.tJicred bave become a at '.east, but iho Kinpire ivc-uU have lost L-P.E of most brilliant t lit. DjfiJ MoyJ George. a. anj (tils practice I rcen. Incidentally. Hellastcr L'niversily .would bare LaJ na [the youns the honorary degree of LUlXJiiropouudtJ As all tlie world keen's, the Brilisli accept aria PremEer is a staunch Baptist, which jscfcoVirs had btea revolt rn the yari ol chums tojftlser, he scheme. I" wilb Liore than e ar.J when the (or tbi church. Lloyd 1m to torn ilown rolloivtd V the majorily of hearted dominie, and resolutely shoul- der Lhc numerous that his nonconformity Imposed -upon him. The -LUlte Wizard" .nomc-3 wbich, as far as the hLiiorians can trace, was Bap- tist. His father. Ueorge, taught in a Unitarian i-cnool fur some time, and TYSS a personal of Dr. Manineau arid bis diushtor Harriet. Tiat tiieadshlp left iL3 influence cpcn TYilllani er swecred from-his Baptist prin- ciples, his outlook broadened- To this InCluEnce may LP traced the of bigotry in son, for yfl Georpe, Thlte ctver pillly of his conrictians, has elnrays from Interfcr- Kilh aootbcr man'3 consctentlong opinions. All his for. religious' liberty hive teen launched HDL XEatnsl opponpnlsr bm agoJas; any 10 force alable tenets and rractEces upon ial Council of Ontario; one founders of tie Society Authors, and" many oilier clubs ana Mx-ieiits for -fbo stutly of Enif- 3lEh lilt-rat urc- JJuL lie has devoted the greater ran of his life lo tbe au- vnr.cemer.t of that in Uaiver- tily College, and a, group of younger [rrofeafors who eludled years 350 under Dr- Aleinnder. now brilltanlly rsprtEEnl, In Toronto -UniTcrsUy f- TEsull.s of ihc-ir fort untiriDi? of it- a lad, Uoyd bapUzed by his uncle, Richard Lloyd, jrf" tie little brook lhat KQ-KS in. front of at CriccieiJi. Tba iincls was a rnan of dcep-reii- sious" convictions atd a of noa- opinions "carried enormoaf might with his roua- nephew and his school Jt.n-as tbe custom for the children the village school t to attend Anglican service in village once. Ics or urged to specialize in nuthecnai arid devote bis talents urt. lo .make, literaturp ona of Hie richtft Dr. Alexander haj also Tvriltcn several critical valUDies on his cubject. "fn a quiet'and man- said ono of Iho younij'tr pro- "Dr. Alexander has built bp In Canada, and especially in Ontario, a sound knowledge of and a rich' de- Ij'gfil In' EcefiEh' literature. He haa upon hundreds of our most intelligent men hts own clear under- standing of wliat Is beautiful and true In literature. That is pirl of the foundation upon -which the whole tyflcm of eiucation may safely grovr." Men of Special Knowledge ASTTJDEXT- sketched ander: "He dow noi mystify me. i had only a casual Interest, in literature when I came lo him. But after a year under him, j "a real ard vital Interest, For in very clear language, exprtEslr.ff striking Ideas trie reverse of the Jaf, labored subtleties I had b'een at be- tore, Dr, -Alexander laid" tefore ine the relation of llt-raturft life, J am ?olns lo be a lawyer and my days In far removed from literature. But .1 shall never forRel 1he chief source'-of -informa- tion from which I maj' draw to my fill of ihs truth-nlwul humanity, that Is not In the books of Dr. J. Murray ClarK who Won the from Queen's on Ihp ssm- occasion, ti Very tfnown To ruiiX teen counsel In .many faino-jg law cnstSj and through bis wirfc in [JirtiHs affaJra, lit ha-( masl-ere'd, frw have d Iht mlr.lTifi l.iws of NIC United SI; r.nJ Moxlco, and lias ren- 'I'-.-c] service to i.'ie irnnir.Ion Ln re-vising and ihc mining tor.-s of Ur. hig InUrnnLo Trilh several of the hinucniri) of Brlt- and It waa thrower hix the Imperial noverninrnl was made ftT.-are of Ihe cor.lrilyjllona Toronto L'nivtfslt could mik? ti science a3 aii HlH.-1 1o uar The tnfiaea rrtnl rcorfr of Toronto scloTiliti Clark, who wast born "at In enlertf] ToTonio Uni- versity a brilliant course In (n which1 won the Til Scholarship In .Political Science f'bnilittktloTial the Prizo Ihe McMwrrJch M( fn'Nniural flflftnct; the CMH sf( In 5fathcmatJc3, ami fniuy o1 yirizrs anil tnclu.Untr niui'rt cAvttcit prize in n-wni by ihc IAI? r.f-tirpe A jic'irlnnk thus oi-tntd up before him anJ the boys, broke ranks anJ, ihc rc-ar l of tho p'.aygrourd, fle'3 Inlo the woods, where they spent the t of the d.iy to their entlrie fatis- rlfrtt of tbe re- billton was such that in falurs U Left lo the children lo go co church or not as thoy TvishiJ. he revolt. the squire vicar camq to visit the school on he .day of the annual Examinalbrt, Became Local Love for "The Ullle Btthel a icsuUr o[ chapel Crlcoioth.. walking two miles three i-vcrj- Suivliy, lls alsi) a aUcnJer ut the wcekTnlfhl s-c-rkiff. anil lw Cut1 cuursj he "Eocai HJi 1'ulplt iKuxers wfi-e exorclse-l at n very lender ato. to a cou- ilH-rs him na a email years s'aii.illhg ii: silcnco. 'Uia yonns Baptist, at the bottom ol His :v. and his plccs on LMOH did nol carry 16 plello'S.' owlus' to one boy'.s (Lloyil George's own" brother) pity for Hie of. ihe hpadmailer. moral victory was scored in that public of nonconformist JJdren In -the AcfUcaa catEchism 15 abolished: iSltcan ciitMhjsm abalbhcd. One ot Lloyd friends ta tho sen of iioucon for mist par-j cnLs, who lia.d alter much persuasion, that young hopeful should be confirmed. Ihs Ti-T confided it Lloyd wlio propounded' a very stmplc tnetHo'J of avoiding- fbe un-welcoiuc rite.. lha "hour came for the ceremony, ihe. two boys slifrpM orer ihe playijroa u'l ifill -in-1 dlsappeare-I inlovtht fricndljT, shel- terinp -woods- i' racks were indica- who boy. in ui'on tlie sUirt and harac jiT iTsS Lloyi was to Miss Owen In Ihe Cai'lUt chapel nl IVucamwyJil. sinct1 her tiff 10 tmlnfnco Mrs. (jforyo hns I'Cen greatly in dc- niAMi] as an oik-cer cf X'MWirs ami similar tvonta in Itapllst anj other npcconformlsl 'Shortly after Ins oletUan Par- lianifnt, LiloyJ (Jcfrpe H'enl lo the onilneol divine. Dr. JohY! Clifford, In LcnJtMi. A note in his JInry records the ffriuoti as "capital from a purely intellectual point cf view." A strong srew up between the two men. a1 friendship lhat not oven Pr. Clifford's (Jtorre at .Iho list General Election 1-as disrupted. lie about that time, a public over the late Ihe hisiorlG.MctriipDlltaH Taberaacle. renilerwl famous by the ministry of SimrVeon, and hli spet-cli oo occasion gav hiii a foremosL place amons noncon fonnlst .leaders In EnalauJ. second only "to his posUion in Ibis native U the coitrovcrsyarouseil by Mr. Eilucation Act Of 1992 that g-ave Ihe luluve Premier _a re- cognized pl.icc" as d of Tioncomformily. It v.'a.s during conflict (Jut rcncvrcd en a larger field the' struggle of his boyhood tyrannies.' IJoyd (7ecrse shrunk frvm ht.1? religious anls- cetUnl3 ana prcfe-sion: "On tho con trary. Fnemlcs accused him of unseemly bo-isllns on'Unl snbj'ecl. twitted en of i a occasion Tor his (or "Whaccver I one la lo Uie JUlle Bethel" Hla love for the "111114 EeLbel" per- 5lsl3 to-day- Minister, b Hii Record Planes Just One' Better 'Than ps Count. North Dakota Legislation Directed Against Monopoly farmers Afraid Lett "Bfc Biz" Will Eucroach- So Wave Countered _ With fli'g PuMi'q T Hi: laic Major Hie Hayal .Mr Furfe, who is creilllnl wllK T3 t'.aufs, (oue uiorei ihiiu UcuL- CoL to Liny Canadhnj as ft very lUnt air flghU-r n merry i1 ot iha ground Into whose midst- lie troi-Jicd miniy-li Hun. On iho LwclfiU of July, 1517. the Sth Infantry lioldlni; Ihe Avion sector, liv Croni of liot. BUI the morning, Lena. H was day. ten o'clock ii Jioiiccd Ilua pUuios. two-scat- era, prou-lfns around ilic sky at about leu feel, niirarcnily bcnl on laklnff photosraphs of our Many eyes were turned, upv.'ards to watch these ugly trey l-rutca as Utty clrclcO sloirly ,aiii for Hi. They it too grcsl a hcitbl to at Iron the Ground, and aa usual our were noi Ing with ani'lhlr.c over Lhc line.'-, Suddenly, Jar, far above tlia Kua for nil Instai.l. Tlio WAlcbcra F-lralned. Ihclr dou-n toiv-wils the one of llios Uiyr firqceful lltl'io Xleuyort blngle soalcrs, TvhlcJi ihe II, A. K. used be- foro iho little Sopiviihs became pop- ular. GHniing aud a fain llio lljc ishi as It swooped. Hie liny pori fell ai a furloua ypced upon LWO unsuspecting Althoayh as Prlmfe cTcrgymen fo p-omtqates bishop'rlte. Anglican active mcmbtrshipl' in the .Church at. Caslle elrctt. Ivon- i dori. wharc 'fee listen.? to sefnions In his tongue. Here he has on occasions taken Cburchill and Augustine the.'latter .thfr of "a.- DaptJFt rotnlster. Ilie fre- qnen visits lo Iiis oW home in Crlc- citth'.'nojfcr t--is5 -without visit' lo the' 'Illtie TJclhel." UfriJri'hls characler durlnp Ihe forma- tive-" years. waa' so- pronounced. _ In Epttc ,of. f.rOTvdinR public; duties'.'. Hie J.'rlBis- Sllr.islej-Jlias always Lilntd 'Interest In ttia aftalrs or Lhe 'tifnnijfeii'.ori to' which 'of 'Great tlvi cf Ihe IE a IfThrouEhout his yo- jBrUain TVew -ofganlzlns Iheir-'Sas- llcfcfil career, Uoj-d Georffe intrely tlic plollln- train, lie accompanied and Ted-UU Fund '-for fBi Lloyd the- public nigetinE" I the' principal speaker al csmpaniors iril-i Mmpalgn, and he climaxed a speech them too rouEh ar.d .thft sraooLn of unu'.iuaj, el'oqucnce tn places.. After ____ the .country pdstor with a.-, Gtorgelof taC'O.. to- class ana laboratory in tbe. direction of p'JbJlc 5erX-Jce, he chosa his llfe-irorK, and lie tntererf its" study In Illnke-firm and at Os- goode Hall. as at Ihc Umver-. sily, fie kept tho first place.-' en in p (he Gold Jfeaal of the Law, fiaclety at the examination for call to the Uir. This was not- withEtandJng fta't he continued njs studies at Ihe Uni- versity anil took his Desrce of Xfas- ler during his law His for this degree was on "LuniiriferoiiB whfch. when published, iracted the., altenlion, and won the ommer.latlon o( the late Kel- who trpre35evi repel lhat Die telrt of pbyslta retain ine :cn'fc'e ol so original Dr, Clark is ar arclt'nt Imperialist- Lo his Interest- In law and clence, has devoied -rnuch o promollng Imperial Idcala in Cao- He has frequently been men- lonefl In concecilor. with a seal on he bench. Oldest Diplomat Was Born fn 1819 Entered Seh'icc Years Ago, When SENATOR COUNT; OP.EPPi, ttifl oldest diplomatist In the-world, Is now a ccntt-n- Tlio 1-ondon Times" glvw ihe following sketch of tils career: liorn In Jlilan. Count (Jrcppt en-. id the Austrian diplomatic service: stvtnly-sevcn years apo Xftt- ifcJr, and firjt flfpointm i lo Home- Three earlier t-.a'J witnessed tnc 'coronation' dlnan-J L and ihrte years lattr he j Visited whtrfi he stiyc-J for a ?horl before fcelnjf L lo ?lunlch BTH! ihtn (o .Stock- holm- at EloclslioJm in 1S19, Milan rwf the Aualrl- v irc from Austrian TWO STORIES OF J. ClEONARD Former General Superinlendent ot the G.P.R.'Had No'Use for Man Pul on T UK la'le Leonard, for- f and in. latest superlulendtn'. eighteen nlnelUa, -J. AV. pii'l It On, haJ banked around. Apparently their jillota' and cyea were lutcnl upon ihe for the wcc Jsleuport. uever devlatiiiy froiit'' lls sleep and terrific rush, about fivev plane-lengths from ihc Huns. Aud then the ivalcliers on Ihc ffround L'elicld ihe Hlllo Bnapi sparks on tho nose of ilio Ntcuporl which i.bey Knew to be machine pin AnJT a monitnl liter, iliey heard, tho (juick of llio pun, Looked like Two Miwes TJJB Nleuucrr, passsd uclOTV ihe Huns, zoomed cracofu.1l> jluminc M It did. so, anofher, burst below To lhe- far- below, looketi tor a moment as If, ULS'TM Lad xriadu tivo .cloau baiikfjiy erfinrnts fycfny by non- Of SSK- i Aai'c Ki'X', control of the 3 Mrc Ctld law 10 embark o-i u Swlallu prusmm Of Stole-owned in- duiiry. The and BUT ilie bum up the Idcu, UJP tlou ana the liw-maklntf of iiio .Nuii- Lead to 4 BuycrHcliil 2foi-ih U-ikiHJ. morning1 fJuJ-Jl- self, the firEt comi'Jcttii colLccilvlst State Iii the iTOrU, haps aud. iiorhapa. Opponent j KrleiiJa dtiiy. Tlic decision in ihe future, bf course; bin there b n certain buia for Judgment In llic chaiivcler ctf laws itanscu iind I'dieml background cC American. radicalism Into ivhlcli Iliu league fitj. There arc wry thoroughgoing So- cialists In J jioundccl from sfngle tax fxperlmcnls llrULa'li Columbia, and. various usurps of otJier American slAlpa. ladj, IVlficoiistu and Uolorado, iui- :ictl models for Idbor laws, t.hi nitning troJe, and the fusurance mrts- urrs. ilie cJuciilon couaolldatkn has a parallel In A Philowphy L'T it the lairj passed are rot .product of socialist thought or orprnrlva Induslrlxl do .i a rather e'l- II haijio isunif. "Anil-uiDitopoiy'X ntdrett. pcrliaps; "pUbJCc ownership of liubile Is A Lit nanW Tne word ''utilitarian1' mtyht fit. If It Walter Thomis JIlHn, BocfaHat of Ihe parior or .american type, as con- trasted with the political and revo- lutionary, and long .student of .Aus- iralian reform. Is always ready lo re- Jaie Ilie of tho .Vonpartl- LPRBUC lo Dili Lody of slvc-radlcal-farmer LhouBht. rtlvidrf the of economic acilon Into five In t.ich of which the. 1-lacos in the l v.uij flax I A. K. .Co'.vciL .ThcmaJ MIUs, Arthur- J> Sueur. for Instance. Icy himself seetris more tke opportun- ist thr.n dm IhorouEhEolus doclrin o: ho cjme lo the Sociallsl from (he disillusionment 01 farm gambling. The'nvnlc and rile of tho I In North Da- simply average Scandi- navian rvnd American farmcra. They have yet to dream of Ilie dictatorship f the or Iclk In ihelr ruij miisl that monopoly IOUEQI. They are: ol ine lion of history." ''The class Is incomprehensible lo them. They are1 alter, examples of tho and .-u-ound the who acemcd iq be' proceeding oiii.ihcir, war. suddcnly. the first; ulane, on' irhicli the -Meupoi'l had. f frcd ironi above, stngfcred. dninkenJy, sn-aycd, lurcli-' fell over upside-down, and toni- and. soberly1 to .spiral TtB bccontt plant-, on which, (he had. fired, front' beJoy" on IU upward a woop, burst tnlo flaincd' and. -with ndao' .an _anBlo ot fony-tlve.- degceea, rushed' blazing ond amohlrlF, a fraiilic hoYrlbla eii-ht, IJun Tiis other and a nioaL absufrd; undignified, object, continuc'l Its slow Aiuf the capitalism which ha? eilslfjd tn ihe farm lands slnco Ihc world niid-which was Ihc general rule be- fore Iho industrial JThcy own loola'of jiroductlon. They don't care lo tlifnk iifcout tbe atit- them" ovtr. Their rtidlcaUsm arises from- ths. that somebu-ly else. tho.banter and money- lie way to own- in p thoso loola. Wherever may. finhtly lead. Hie" are nnd''. havo. bten directed agalnrl by what coil "bis biz." -A HUtory U T T is. a. propapinda which haa 1 a respectable Jilslory In the last tifty years A 1. Kind and naturil rcsourcej- i'. Transportation nnd conunjuira- Von. .1. Large manufacture. -i. Distributive agencies. tJonoytiy, Iho Jesjfue lisle In all these It IB more or always powerful enough to control prices of Kco-Jf nnd to a larger profit thnn lls con- irUrjlton Justifies. )n every rate, Mills asrcrls a cornnmnlty of Inter- est ambus tlie factors In tha has produced Ilia prnctkal rcault or monopoly preying on the producer The laws favored und enaclert by :lic teaRUc whfch affect land and na- tural resources are the Irvs measure, tho corrective of the single lux JDIO Incomplete forco on farm land, and the bill authorlt- Siate action in tho lignite fisMs. y transitorlalion communl- telegraphs a.mV 5iie has tahc-n slcpa to regulalo rales liut public ownership (u tho Fcdcra! Two Essential IX larxo. manufaclnre the league lias put you Nieuport, a Icirier afler of the CV P. I'.-Mn and ordtrfd'lhc famous-old jf that, pic type r.f hat a clllzcn tf ihe KlnyJora of Kirdlnia. Alltr a ahor't InUrral ho .entered dlploAiatEc service tit his career 'lQj thirty-one years apo .lt Jl Iho. ,cf In ctcr'iburis oh Signer uccos- lo Ihfc Premtercltlp cif.fMly. "He bni Thud In touch vrilh ?.M ifical f UK- t rail roar! man trhlch is jiasairg J. oo h story. jotf In thfr'uld slouch hat! Tlife o'.Jer Eencr.ition 'ar.ccdoto indicates- Hie the -made a tiuarler of Jfr: quiet but cffec- aVq .when he meihod.-. pfT the. for. ihe C. P, 11. lie wore 'of human nature. A young. fro'ct coil, a -witlc-lirimmed applied lo him.' This hat. and smokeO a- pipe 'cf man was Eptirling a walking proporllori, The hat became a cor I of Ian d m irt-can't, do oiiyUiliif ll tva? a syrtihoi around Mr. Leonard. C. r. R. To It. one came for us? a tamo brief. or 'Vio" "Bui Tin not lame! Led ths characteritcd abrupt and efficient "1'btn why tli'o atVeJ J. But ihft hai begun lo aliow'signs applicant got. Ihc Job, but Le decay.- 'However Jaunllly "J. iht stltk'and also n cer- cocked ll over one. tfe, it Tilled frame of rnlnd 'out p'hlch (he slick faded- So IiUgootJ friend, r. Leonard waa a. man of few CaDaway, general a Irall" that endeared him 10 agent of ihe Koo brancli. look many nlid which secured f.cotfaril up on the hat (iuestlon and urgecl him lo pet a in the hfgh c-stCern-of the thousands of buslnefca rrtcn wllh r-hom he dealt for Ihe ra.Ilwc.V- "Wliat forV doinandfed J. W. his oM cronies Jn llic oW bojy'woulrl mc'ln'anolljer hal! Railway only Mr.'Oallan'ay finallj- offferctl to Mr- Alf. Price, a ntw hat, knil J. w. FalJ: of the I1. 11.; Mr. Jf, B. C. T, and Mr. A- ntw derby wac purchased, IlcrzljCrff, dJVlaional cnglricor. and has known many 3 'He liS5 nfil ceasi meet of tfic of the to play a prominent part In iho of politics and suclcly during Ihla of poclcly. ITc never inlays n riod. Mia m'-mory of night at Iho opera or any fcvenl! and of grca( fijuro that and lie Is .on fndofatfeabk cawc 5hj'JoH-a lone fresh Vienna In Ihe TTa.i doubtful cif Hie wJfidorn of the 'JOs, )TS the cnlerloj the wlien I'aris and I'.omo Llirou'gn (leelpton wuTHfun Ills alUludo he telj you the moro dcuhlful he iievt-r of all. As A young man Itp confluence, rciitcinbcr very v.'cll how 'fit n dinner Intt epTfni', Murlt- Louise aj. PJrma. and he i.rospccU looked dart, and the mature dipl'jmntut In wax full of anxious second of hlq Career when he. met, ihc qrcat and 'sold Jen who died ycon ngoj intervened wHh trnphasis and 'kclnred liln tinshfthcn volurnt Groppl'a'dlblo-wjllc. mijnorlt-s ijji Just been tamed, vrrltten by late eenitor Rafficu an'.njiKcns' of a social nnd flnollicr vofumo ftClct- ei tine lie' has personal and rnoinorleg Is -In prciiiratlod' Tho corresponds CO frlilch It will of all' i IfieJtirlcT Mterf from sonifl "ire- (3 if r (hf principal ef Ihc Italliin foJIovrcd and round, ilouch I l0' rirc'ianolIif.T bur-l-1C ihc awkward' brute showed, slgna ofyre- covery. l5ut a. crunch .and a crush, it liil Ihe cround Equirb on tila 1st front line irciicli. And Ihc -toolllng Us machine gim, did a couple- of sivoops some ouicrbpplng pi "Hrm-cr rpfprnxi or, "labor'reform'; "dorniinled by much L .arc I .-An- In-. economically, his been nibrtf laret-ly (n tlio "rjitural" position ol ttati other large ctTJijtry-otccnl Australia oi1 Canada. no body of irliplesalc "clas_3 cs'r.islcus'ij has Wr-'arisen.- The .Grange-Stacked niid Ihc jnonopoUea." Tlie -Farmer'' XllWnce. unllca-.wUh rhe of-Labor. for ofVnaiknal .nnd. BfuVeriimcnl'- o-Jv-ncrsrllp of- the means ,6C' Int commiinlcallon.; and that farmer-'be; allowed aga' lilj products ware- house? to b'c buPl and owned povcrnniftnt. vcr; tho ties slobiVfor BovcrnmenL ownership ;o curb of rnonojjpJy. Such jrovcrnmehl' oyvnercnln has been'only a. prirt of European social' si-'philosophy; The 'charictcrlzlng bulk of Us thbufchL has been utfon the class curplus.V.ilucs milling i ,lh Dafeota Inlo the and Is- likely 10 ex- brc-ad making If il finds monoiHily or conspiracy lighting1', the Stato. There (s .jio manufacture ot Import- ance In N'orlh iXikola llself, -and (hese .outslilc indusMei are ihe. only Ones' utilizing the .products rf the farmers. The dlsirlbulhV acenclM loiic-hefl by Ihe It'apuc laws n re few. qre covered. Iiy tiic yag-ue provlslori lindcr tlio' mill and plevalor act lor the i "marketing" cf farm products." of ibe league, ajid the Individual. nont nc lively Into exletiaii'e1 operation' for Iht reducing1: ot the price of goods sold' to "the farmers. This' Is t of stores run A to .iff Vll'ri Free Sil- illaL parly of ihe nine- J; nnd and made Jipcedlly towards Ihu rear. Ono hour later, tlie troops in sup-, port aslonlahctl'lo eec, wendhig Ihtlr lelaurely way up tha line CuTollft "road, In full view, of the Hun, a parly of clgtil nitn In. tlic Hn- Runners-were j fjislanlly. despatched to order, llils parly Inlo the Ircnchca Belong the road. momenta later, a lieutenant of Ihe K.A-F. leading "icvcn that .corps, nrrhcd hoi ana peraplr- at .tho support ticad- lie flalulctUand EAld'lo llio company commander: "I knocked in Hun doivn aoinowhtie hcrcaboula. JJU you tlco wliurc he lie was assured .lhat It Jusl licaJ, nl front directions, given 'JJul how aliout a tin licit rind n a asked tlic commander. 'Jovel T don't linon" to use eald the'Aviator. So acc-omp.inlcd his seven men dtckc'l out' Jn borrowed ll n liaLi and 'iin cficOrL of Infanirymcn to show them liotf lo use Ilia borrowed sptratofx In 113 in ft of need, nco lil.-i kill. relumed. Mari An was taken up lo hour' laltr, ha irllh n Dill-end's, and other parlj ent from the enemy machine or re Ihe 'export nourenir fiend "That's my elxlh nairt 'grcai trha GfofKHw Twelfth -il.ij'Cil'for arid d tfie he ea H produced hired lAbor. lad- toucliwl tho K these .American firmer would have toiicheiVhlm only- an an employer 6f "hired men" and'harvefl hands. America fn'cc-n- eral'hu shown little Ilklns fpr.thfc dab Drnlc-Tqu tonic philosophy ol. Con- tinental eptlalfsni- Ucra Hie under of. tbb Consumers' Untied Stores, Company. Opposition gossip" say a lhat the, Slate may bo Induced some day to.Uke over Btorcff. To'p-nJey-him.wJJ, who Ihe leading' confesses ''lhat they. Interest ttim more snon the league li- aelf. for finance, there Js Slalo Hanh nnd the f arm' honia buUdlnp projects.' U lo rfttt l-ial in only, one of theso'fields Is llicrs'aiiy -eventually lo Gov- ernment the lignite vlllcrof the Stale; plus tti? reslrlc- tfVB mlclflff code-. rorn- peilllon 'Is the panacea BcnernlW iproposcd. oi't'ffienta. how- ever, when they ilo not asstrl Simc.Industry will fall. arEue that 11 WlU drive private cafillal out of .At pre.ien t'Govern men t-act Ji-ily In Industry Is propped and aupporteil by Ine farmers only as a. corrective. The. tiro- questions arc, incrcforet Will Inemclency. pMllic.5 .Jnil graft wreck compsllllva Ktala Jn- Stale and create Or will compclllivo St 'wroe.t (trivole business, government atUon, both I'ricilcally allure to found tn ICES Ihclr. Dakota fonn'fn lha and natloTis-whlcli have by Lhla.tinie Ilia Opln-' !ori otparly move-, mcnti'- Thus upon Ittc public operation of .elcvalOra, UIQ of itic port of nnrt iho C'anodlnn flovcrnr inenli The bank bill follows t'no Uriel of a 2fiO-ycar-oUl fiwcdlsli Ihslltu- llon. Jlomc buJldlny by the elate AUfltrails and New Kcn- J-ind. The Lax" reKUlallona are cdm- as Irlpli. Horrtcono fcmcnibftrcd 11 as the Ivrelflli cf July and fs a great day for you." "lion" fl5 you meaiD" 51an- nork, "Tiio twelfth 61 'replied life "Pssstr" Msacd fn mock fury, "I'm a Sinn Kelnerl" x In thfl cra'ihtd plane, lip liad hjll- cd tho non-cowmrsslontd. pilot -.cllli his first FhnL, in iho alcy. Thtf observer, a (Jerman explain of pro- fount! a had-shock (com Hie fdll but wcta otherwise un- injured. Up In Ihc; .O.M.K. dugout wlitre he WAS: hofrtg to, he CailadlnTW iVAlchftd Mannock'n as no roso In rank >flOTC3 of auch aj Hits, wllh l In the iho'contct his two vcre Then .1 r the (TOUSCJ I problcrn sLDl hour IDA ho cried excitedly, "Gel UNnndfllrltc it light. I liave-jnsL o.t rcaUy good wot'J." "Gel up youraUr.." tlie In- dignant (.Tcorgsile. "J" have frist thoUBbt of nul THE AMIABLE COW If R. ISAAC T, WILtJAMS, Ih6 neW MAnagcr of Ihe it, and. In ftn Ing alory bf an lug1 had one bf his l-ttlled'ort tho line, cAllcd flt tho In claim componj-i- Tle wni hajil.M (snys Mr. llama) Iho usual form la ffll. In, (toms laa-fcerijio I him'ft BO i rifc.laKl of the MV. i' of V 'Over i ha for tiilly a quarter r.f ;m hour. ;