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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HON. A. K. MACLEAN MAJ. W. L GRANT NEWHEADOFU.C.C. AMANOFCAUT10N 'Nova ScoliYs Representative'id V Union GoverniqeatJij I ,_J "'Canny Scot. IS'PIRECT -IN SPEECH A Genial "and "-Wfio" HAS Beeri fowci Slrenglh lo Liberals, ,1 SHOULD say thai his raud'bu T ii perhaps the most out.- J. fcalire ID. the.char- acter c't A. K. ilaclei n, lie looks be- .fore he looks But when at'last' he leaps, he linds." 'in these words cue who Is well Acquainted' wiih the acquisi- tion (o the Union -Government gave his Idea of him. proceee.- e- fore 'all I cnaij irho .tacts J d- fish decent! be has his Mu sbari of the caholnpE -and1 caution for _which the A 'difficult rnairjta calclr- te Is '.an- one lo; In" Tils there Is something ot the AY hit about biffl. _He 'Is studiously "averse. aiiytblns like demagogy. He does.noi .play to, HiV eallerjy ,Ile is quite tin- Was Forrjicrly a Colonial History al Quwn's University, Kindlon. iNQW WITH 59TH BN. Prof. Family v-Lorig Famous Schools of Learning. By JOHN DUKE- ivill shortly return to Canada 10 lafce up hls-r J- duties aa headmaster ot Upper CJaad.i Coiitse, 3 wan wlio not only blEiory ot Canada. Imt who went overieai to help make history for Canada. That omj Is Major Wil- liam Ii Cfnint, M-A., formerly Profesor of Colon-, Quce Q'S Unlvor-' sHyi and, now tKjmbJns'" lastruc- inlraWy, dlrECt phrases xivhlch r leave not for strained, but never Mn' laanntr, be Is m admirable public "speaker oCJhe kind, -whose appeal (o the bead rath'tr thain io the A has Jhad political'life and its' Ticissitufleis. Barn in "Upper Xorth; Sydntrf In Is (bus years old at the present at Dilhousle was. railed years'aso be was elected to" the XovA or Battalion lit Knjj- Grar.t. land- The au- hqnzaliorf for his rctunTto Canada was1 Jssucrt at "Ottawa a few dajs Giant 1th--a 'Job. lie, i-er a tlglilttis i In ai IhaL He was promoted to the rank of major In Decc-mber, 1S13, bul when he went to France Ire iva, his horse anil was jadly.injured that he.had to return That military for he slAyedrirrEnsland while recuperallns and fild service as an Instructor.'-Non way.'-bonne; or will be Toronto Is lo have ?of hkrios In Us midst lire George _ it hUtorhn Prof- cymes'of a.'family that long-' been-1 famous i In .Canada's His father, fesso'r George if. Grant, was ft r many years the principal-of ;Qiiten's ;Unl- vcrsiiy at "ICinsstoh. ms list'bC letters' which Prof. Grarit atfises to his name when sign- Ing djplomas and other.official docu- men La Indicates his edugi- tjon, 'JPrbm LTOllcsiale' Jn- and approval the .Union the EcoUa Legis- V resisned oolh'hls seat, and hls'porifplip'thc >anae year, In-order 10--..contest yHalifas at ihe Fcdiral "of .SeptAnber sis years "fteb. At that tlfne both Halifax Hits' .were 'held >lr.--Maclean, going ba.dly lor a menaced 'one'-vp'f' (.fiij Graiit Is per; Though much "oJ nf- affection by delightful aptitudft for'mixing pleas- ant: intimacy, vrilh m9ltary discipline. In IBe'-sports 'panfl: pastimes" of "ihe College, .feadmasLer a.Ln'ayjii.bfa.a forYna conalrlera this the curriculum as an hnpcri- of learning. Ai ia'Jijstprian, runs 'r.sck and neck" iriii. "euch wen as jEorge M- E. Egertort lie has wr'uicn'a life ot'li'ts (aiher, in conjunction with Col. Frcdarick ol Joseph Ilown" Is written "as only a man who was born and In Hal j Cm :'coald _ serf a live rlb rcprese'r of ihe'cHy, Alexander Slaclean is fcnial .'and "likeable" man who Is 'DDM VindJy In Opposition Ad ministration .TOS formed has Been a valuable' asset the liberal foo, ii mainly trom a. national stanO- of "nip- lhal recopnlie'ln'him a fair, arid ihaltn neither aide or the House hai he a personal, enemy. Mr. Is 'ihe firm of Maclean; Paatoa, Bdrebel! arid Italston, b-i'rrislers, ol Halifax, Preabyterian In religion.- He has '.been married Eome fifteen .years and ta'tht father crt two girls. Aft la1 an' omnivorous reader, though not'alon'ff highly epecIalfM.d line, and as'a speaker, IB scholarly In-Ma lie smokes-with aa much t energy aa he reads. im as Fitcsblre. yearned for the, life of Sir Edward Carson wanted lo ue an architect.- i Cur2Oii-.mlshL-be wearins-the bays of Eoglarjd's poet-laureate. J.; .Fofbts-Ronertson "..asked nothing -betler.lof ;lUe to, be 'a "IOTJEC 'palnler. "v. Mr. Maflin that his boyhood's 'JlQ'go lo Italy'. for iwo yeilrs and write poetry." 't Sir. Kpbertsbn bad, mind fitly years age no fife lhat of a rurai postman'. islr-J. If. Barric, as a, Klirltmuir sciioolboi', ifad-'one ohsortiias ,'am- be a or othcrwlscj; j Kir :bas .confessed he aiked cnc at LonJon Svnrcs: 'J "I knew Morilagu.at amb'ridffo tii'cnly years ago. lie Ihcn as noit a lar.se buui.-.j heavy- klns-Jcw, with no cfiariii or.u.il ilis father Sir Samuel Montagu, arterwaril Ijord In the which.doea an liHrncnsa business 'In finance. He' Ions- till lie was gver eighty ilied tha perfect patriot of his ritision jn sixty years sp.epl in liic cibv.as ;a'itricl Jew. he Viis'lb'e rival ct thc.la.ie Kcra KotbichiU. ot whom he' 'He thlrvl I have Uone was ihe work of-one geu- Talloii." I.otd belonged 6 a broader rcclion of tlie Jfewls :c-miiiuplly. .Whoever the Nlonlngi asked (o dinner, lie a Prime'Minis er- -like i some iH-br, the fact given moment, iftp blacj; skuif caps arc assumed and the Hebrew 'irrace iolrrahly'-rKltcd.-- 'S.- lu-o braiiche5, vtry closely Samupj elifff Moatiigu's first cousin- Somo Jews are civen to-bold finance Ltat, aa .e Sir. LToyd tlcorgc, had he ''loUoi his ftrsL impulse, .would. t.p-Jay lia'ye :ccn one ol-o'ur gmlest, p.ulplt ora.- mlnent T .fS When Lord HotebeiVt iras Tvearing JL -Another which School sludents irhlcb the Ht no; political ;'con- y.'aiid .never writes on any stilijecl -With 'which ihe familiar, llence and thoroughness. .Ot iale, soldier, .not 'as It has been as a a. teacher or Grtnt has been prominent career as a soldier did not .than, r o[ ,fiimef. Is remly to lake which.'uVuaUy lurii_Wc'aIl right. "The Samuels., Monta'cVa arc i'ery" success entirely on ledEe of buslijpEs iami.'sound1 rnent, generous afterwird. UQH. E. S. ujidcr Crewe, and Ihon ns cial Secretary to the Treasury. ,Ife wayb made fjood, and he succeeded Moytl George at the Ministry of Asquilh went un- der t oul Inlp the cold i o'.her liberal -Ministers, though his friends knew that 'he pre-ferrcd office. Ions' tign lio Epoke strongly about the complex inefficiency of In dian n.iJ.I-loyil Gcurs to Ilia House to hear him. Aus- ten Chamberlain had just "resigned arid 3Ion tabu's aliitudj was that of a man who Lncw lie can taKc on the these terms, lie lias col it. ns Secretary of Slfiler attended 'King George at the Delhi but 25 Minister In GARRELDBOSS Son of -FomJer Prtsidcnl Has Tackled Otc.of the Hard- csfXfobs Going, HAS But He Is a Man U Well Able Lo Take Care of HimieU. 1KB Ilcrbeit C. Hoover; who T raised a large crop soiml cncmtca in servlr-c ......s of .the whole people, Harry A. Garjeld, Undo Coal nlnlstntor, liasr.deliberatcls- andson- ized a large numbtr also nil for vreal._ Gar- started liccepliiiff the chair- manship' of the wheat price-flilns which brought under llid baleful Gaze of (he pro- He has "since accepted the Jcb of coal controller and thereby- raised cmoiher'entmy phalanx. But Garlleld nclilier for baleful 'gxizca nor quietly A ro ooseve-' 'wo, that position has tried had lo 'arjicario the attlve opposition, and and det'ermJucdiy nbout his writer Vn the 'piillaUcliihla Tress stfya o( him; U goca without saying thai Garfield has 'accepted a dlfflcuh jolx The coal- operVitors'oi the UnlUd Slntea aro a. powcrfu1 lot. '.They represented stronV'.V wnonff.llic Brcat financiers of the nation and usually they.havo been ahlc 10 have their -about anylhlnp Iher chose. wns no less a than tlic dictolyrlnl Tln-o- dbro Roosevelt-' 'who, was dependency on Iho spot.'.. It was made cloar that Montasii went out by Inj-jtallon Viceroy, but none the ICES Ills civil Is dfllcalo, for the ivhich governs India, does not yearn 'for ciperimenls. nnd all legislation has to pa5s the House where cs-i'Iccroys like Lord ej es-5qvcrnors of lower record. arc slronsj. -However, seUurg an lo obtain aolllc- mcht of a coat strike lliat worried Ad minis tratioii'. Xow.romes a president lo dicUla malterB financial. I dcathj ol the same coai barcns, controlling" tho same financial influences, and as hard lo manaye 'rowvas thfry ircrc in It ncccssan" lo.ahow how ar.-l njjob Harry is up new l-'otclsn Minister ___nep, Thosa appointment wai announced rwenlly. The numlng ol Uarthou In place of Alcsandre Jtiliot Jias Tor n, tlmo at least averted, ot (ho Palitlcvd Ministry In Although Ibe Chamber ol ________hail voted contidcnco In the .Ministry a row days.before, Iho Cabinet, bccauso of difflculiies viih tlio Clumber iltcldcrt to resign in a. body. J'rcmle? Talnlevc thft ro- flfrnallonii or IUp Mllrc Cabinet Into the Imnda of. Polnctirfr, who refuscfl lo accept Ihcm. Tlien the Cabinet Dxolu met anil left the mat- ter to Preniler The rerlnc- Ing of his been resnrdcd Kllh hostllity.Iu (lie Chamber, follow- 1 and now U Is behoved raln- leve Cabinet wilt continue In office. O'rlentnl to talk with -the Cibjaclrhas done a.; lactful thing, nnil childs VJc-j.> tin in is -sirtuuuua aye -ut 1. arff' lew College In 1SS5, he ynt to SI. Paul's School, nt Inuylit Jidllu and Roman. Front Con- cord, Mr. Gar field moved lo Cleve- land, Olito. anil opened up n iatv of- flee as.a member of the firm of Gar- field Howe. Almost IniuieOUU-iy he- bccanio of conlracjs at the Western Hcicrvc University, at Cleveland. In Unlvcrsilj> iiroTesEor ct formed the-' Garfieia, Ihaf- paused him'Jlo namo the (ofmcr who have, bad ;mora inlorest- Jng-and lives-tUAnsliaj student. and o.'soodt Judffo of j Is. dpjns hj pev.lrj 'andwhen orders the jjoal; tfacy had-boUer, i Prime ambllioBs j ha'lived to realize. ien Mr-XBaifblir was a firiaU.boy at Ktoni ho haa'conlessed the laat th.ine he was politician. ha says, equally allurlnf be ,a ol a5. f- piri-t H wlifiih nas lung' or Itibnordble distinction' the continent, Pacing b) a- would deny'lhe rljfit of Ihs lats Hev. Vr, Irith of the war.' He' Is soldier bred-In the bone, someone. as said, i tie lids beea a IheMSth High land erj _lnce 'iHi: .'Second" -wa; raised. Major Grant has been "doing iia bit1' fn some capacity. Professor Grant brings with him to Toronto ip share Ihe Principal's resi- talented and singularly chdrmlng. Mrs, Clrar.t Is daughter of Dr. Ocofffo P. Lar- kins, who Lrpce held (he post to which has now buen appointed r and Jfri. Grant'vJW do their traditions Inilltu- 'troller. oE 3fr. Alan Anderson, laic vicc-clifirmaTi ojLtlie Wheat Corambi- reniarkably clever ilr. J, GJ S. Ander- son] one of; the foundei.s'of the Orient 'e' at Eton aad hla Oral buslntss Ciperi- cnce riia father's, firm. Is one oi the dlreclorj of naU- and performStl during the war. work of, the ulmoit be rcmerobercdjhal the new controller, wflo is.'Uy the way, a coil- DID ol Sir ErJc.Gedde.5, Vlsilcil Ameri- ca as a. member of Sir, Balfoiir's mis- sion, Ilis'fnotner was the first woman. (o qualify In Britain as i doctor, and. his sister, Dry IjpnlsX Cirrcll Antlp.r- son, (9 medical oKicer Commanding the Military Hospital In Kndell street, n; nnd ranki ai a major. ed for the cecond.time bj the BapHsts of Ontario and1 presidency orifte Annual Con'venlfdn, at In Woodslock his customary gTacIdnVjfes'.ind tacL JMt Iri Us content ana spirit. wot, and on Sunday morning '.....i L -rch had ai af tho of wouhln nroniincsd' tie venue DapXlsi Church lic Monday' h'e'bad with.him aril in th'o is ac Mtal home- joins. have preferred high prices' ib continue. But the "loc'-dent .hat il holpa lo like the Samuels .and to traiUi the public Inlcrest. A Good AHiniaiftrator; .a daughter IVl of Ihe educadon nol bcrpre ihe ady Ihe'fallli ol Abfahdmv She nou'ckUenda-Lhe Eyiiagogubj slead He spent firs't as AsquUhTs private in of elo'be-l'rdtler-'ars1 remarhabl3. l: Vossessltis a. Keen sense of hitmpr, from pack- ed away .her .jewelri% Including her rings and., watch chain. Her-; maid silting opposite tier JnLCho train, khd suddenly :she policed a EUdde'n -iyour "I. Lheiti: Mrs- Twccdlc replied. "t -never travel of the-beaten-Irtick wearing-" any. hind." a, pllyl'' 'commented ilhe maid. then as .liniJer-Secrelary for India; you look such 'a lad'y.t" _ "for. he 13 lo lorct. Uw Diciilor 7.-" v.t i- vV-'-' of-ihc'coal'Jndusri" try -'coal': nor the rnmlliarlty. commanded by profOjSEOTs bf I ha sub- led; -but he has had'some'Irajnlnc In, 'bclns_- a.t> onsj iiinsel asllc carc-cr Jins heii inore or'less to do economics. T thc'hlnjljdf cpuld' take "raf r is j fa physical t jtpifc'arances'1' go; .Ijbl t Vic Is.upgestloiy'qf' great poyr'er ders and c..esL of has .eye's Ihrough 3-6u', suid seem lo attempt to fool him. Ho Sires the that''he Is fot-' Jowing1 trend of your'thought and Qiiicklj'1 as-you'arilVc al Ihcm your-" elf, Harry A. Garfisld la .fifty-four c'ljs old, bul lio dobs nol Idok On beJnff eraduatcd from Williams Representative m Onionffiovt. Senator Gidetin Robcrlsonrfs'Oneof the Best .Products of.-Canadian 'Trades Unionism Has e Rci'ofd Telegrapher. s A upstanding, alerl, sliarcn man. 'il hfcn, ict reriecilvc, rushed well bfl'ch from a. r flial gives promise of telng p locked with braliif! Such'ls D. n ADMIRAL TfJt plaVd on the retired n 'request. In order entered HB( lo ftdllUte the promotion ol junior officers, _ Admiral, Sir Robert S, khb Is O years of age, at the age 'oE 13, ani on the, SerapfE on the oc- casion (rf Kins Edward's visit lo In dla over ago. It was .under ,lhai Reayth became! the- bent 'equipped tiaral port world. Lowry hne'itri to hfs very ha'n, and on the Sun da? morning when Admiral Bcatly the O-rmnn in the he i lertf a rn to 1'Mln- 'asMng tha prayers ahouM.bft offered up fn ihe churches; flctt was II, but rtaasutlng soon to hirtdV f feobe'rl JMaU lo rlie (hort kstn Wai rt TlthouL porlfOJJo -v "I regard ''satj A one who "ns one beat prodiicta'of. a -very -hiplily rflfiray his rtiprd aa a negdljitoi1 Itieir behalt raljway has oVe bf -marked s acttlcjncnt several flaontVis ago dispute t telegraphers. thil" occailoirtii Trfscalltdlnby ttieQqV :hc fact jhat hls.cfforU irlth success wp .doi lo.-hts hiVing iha confidence not of but arw of wtll. There rash or fiaety. n his for mifiy years an official 6t-.k (radcj tfolon Organization, he'his the judicial (cin- I-tramcnt, HJs'CJftl 'of conservative ani nof, o( using ITiat Word In Ua pollllcal Rcnalor TValnfJctt tdwflsfijjt, near" (oTiy-lhrce years ago, I married jojif whs and' iwdf h nt -ftVllanftl Ifiat KcnyAor 'fwMtSfol IHft llfit ha, the tint of Ufer Icr'bbMfrt i ital'ift' iJirnln- >'cars old, thai lie eolcred. the ervlce of the 0. .T. It. ns'a tele- grapher. He'passed froiD-lhat co'm-- iany to the C.'P. It, nnd for sUtoen femployed contliiu- V Ulesrajihof, _ :_ Kc'wns Elecle'd-ECri- iral chairman of tho Sr Rail- Tojpgraphcrt OD the C, P. In' ;3H lie war'iippolnlcu'Yicc-p'rcslachl it the >n< has been.ro-'cIecU'd n the general c'nalnnan, the on he C.'P. h, ddliblfrj, i'nii Itio flnaiicu B'erb pliftil 6n a'sitisfastory 'It Is, then, gel itlthout.reason Ibal Jcriatbr Kottttsoii'enwfs the confi- dence of Lanor. men. Jaal.ycarihi k parl In. ths'revlslon' Of'a la r.umbef of schedules governing.wa and Conditions on Ilia railways.- "i'T revision i reaulled In H Increase ot vigo'to the e'rhployts. It Is alivayi hla (o get whaUtic iryin .want by hcgotfallon', If thai is, hunli'nlyjpos- j, There Ii no tant'of catt'ib'oiil Sen'-' jlor.Tioberlson.- Hals rus.great hand U (hi; bVt JitS UilX is compact 'of sound common' ONE GOOD riilliVT" tt-rnan Lorn prov'e -hta 'uhdylitg allegfance. Ip ILo .Unlletl States Js proren casu TurkeJ cenlly returncd-from tour ol Krance" and a'Short'trip'TO Spain. Ilo-VA3. -on ,n. mission.for I'rcsljcnt. Sir. MoTfenthau had nn foundation for' his career arrived In 1SC5 'ivrbushi a, country lliatxha'd bloodsfic'd." lie cmiluatcii 'rom the College of Iho City of Keiv .and Immcdjalcly began the practice of law. rise wm.s rapid- keen Insight nnd tact made.him an .admirable choice for the Am- lassadorshlp to Turkey, ,and Prcsiatnt cabled lo abroad'offering the post.to lilm h? On6'close Jn louclt is'llh matters .ot Stale declared'once "Lhal Henry Mor- pcntliai asked fewer questions of Sta'lp: Dtparlmcnt than any other Ambassador." A. citation, of h'ls keen the which he helnfctl tho lo from Turkey when war wag declarecl. 3V philanthropic Tar rcacn- ind bl3.narno carried .on of 'chH'rfiabie LullOna.wlth raore than IhVusuul significance; [la.In .Franca he .was .under. ehcJl- ttn AnA also entered .some ol the first jine ylewa't an-l., (he battlefrrtht. ivlll .eagerly Booked..forward lo .nfttr he .has lilsBwrcCj'.T '1 MINISTER; AT ATHENS .OIJD ORANVJLLB, G.C.V.O., who' 1 w-as- uppotnled Urfdsn Minister at .Athens, la the aon And IhBjtrahdaon of'slateamcn ami dlpld- Secretary fofrWar, and afterwards'Ambassador lo HussTn, HoUanJ, And France rjc- cePsiviSlj', father vr'Aa foteign Secrtiary the llfftcs, tho Ecvcntlcg, and, Ihe Vojiy-t'.fd years of who .wrts educaledjU sit? {erM'ihaMip'ofnailo Irf 1S5S, two years nftftr hft Ulft, 4 yienh.t, i ie, and DmsseK 1 In of [lie was for (tit -foreign ictvlct. Jlis, lordshlp.li a clerer amaUiir tat- ;