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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tugs 10 THE LETTTRRIDOE DAILY HERALD Snturday, The makers of ihe famous "Queen Qyality" Shoe for women usher in the Autumn and Winter season with new models unsurpassed for style, fit and workmanship. Smart original designs with the distinctive touches that have linked the words "Queen Quality" with the best Jn ..women's footwear are here in profusion, at moderate prices., 4 It will be a pleasure to show you these beautiful :vhile our stock is at its best. Why not see them to-day.'.. SOLE AGENTS W. J. Co., Woman's Long Journey Authoress Travels Miles and Writes Up South America Mrs. Charlotte Cameron, authoress and traveller, has returned to London after an aUwnturous journey of miles across South the east coast to Buenos; A. cross the Andes to Valparaiso, and Up the -dreary west coast, where no. rain evar faUs, and where ihe nitrate deposits represent the only link with civilization. Mrs. Cameron had much of interest to tell a London Morning Leader in- terviewer on tire incidents of her long journey. Mrs, Cameron painted in glowing colors the delights of travel on the Trans-Andean railway, a great un- dertaking, that has brought the beau- of tlfe -Andes -within the reach of the least hardy. The great Estan- cias. or ranches, many of them from forty to sixty miles in circumference, to wonder if the lim-e would "ever come when the poor of London could eiart a new life in "this bright, glad country, with its eternal sun- shine and infinite possibilities." The scenic beauties of Mendoza, "the vineyard of the and the glorious of the Cordilleras of the Andes, 'led Mrs. Cameron to the conclusion, hardened traveller though she there fs nothing; in all the world to compare with it. On tha journey to Valparaiso, a ver- a prosperous condition. All its streets are badly paved, a state of affairs that may be traced to the prevalence of along the west coast." "Buenos said Mrs. Camerou, "ia a veritable London roll- ed into one, with palaces and shops and hotels that vie with each other in reckless splendor; Some of thalr streets are reminiscent of the Parii boulevards." Af La Paz and Lake Titcaca. the highest lake in the world, UK travel- ler came" across the Historic ruins of the Jnca kingdom. At Tiahuanacii, about 20 miles from La Paz. site saw the few survivors of the Inca race. sire said, "I i found every to show that civilization' was established by the lucas at a time when the Pharaohs ruted In .Egypt, There was even postal service in the tenth century, represented by the tying- of. different niots.with colored, cords and sending them by carriers, this constituting a ethod of communication." Although ihe Inpaa did not writs on papyrus, aud have left no written re- Mrs, Cameron thinks that from .heir .worship of the sun, and tlie building of temples to -the glorifica- tion of that 'luTniimry, ttoeir religion was akin to that of ancient Egypt. The tribes now reflm over Bolivia and Peru. Their feasts are Pagan, they drink 90 per cent, alcohol, and pluce on their faces at festival Lima. The women are tatooed on their faces. Along the barren west coast from itable Garden of Eden was encounter- Valparaiso 10 Panama Mrs. Cameron ,but even this modern Journeyed to see tlie wonderful cona! had its diRHdvaatagee, for here were giant condors that carried off sh-aep nnd dogs without compunction. "Valparaiso has an English colony of some two thousand pen-ons, all in that IB promised to be apenvd in July, 3913. A dreary place in this wast coaat. chlof amufentent of tbe Englfnb folk here coiulitB In going in boatloads wberewr a in, chatting with the officers and Eng- lish passengers, and obtaining Eng- lish drinks and a in the dread Tha traveller motored 50 along the banks of Panama canal, and was afforded every opportunity of inspecting the vast project. What struck her most was the wonderful change effected in tbo appearance of the isthmus by the enterprising Am- ericans. The w'holei place has been smartened up out of all recognition. Nothing seems to have been spared in facilitating the completion of an un- dertaking that is to change of the world. The workman are w-oll paid and well boused. 'The engine- drivers draw per .annum, and left out PEN PICTURE OF THE NEW LIBERAL LEADER (From Hud a visitor chanced to drop lalo chilnnan for permission to speak. It one of taoia lively meetlnf i of the accorded him, and he proceeded Yotmr Uberal Club of Toronto, which 'hc uld to chill the Imirti of me- of Conservative administration at Ottawa, nod worry the soul of Sir Oliver Mowat in Quean's Park, from to twin- years ago, he would have noticed loquacious young radicals of the city, VQOIM 'tongiiM wont o well into the midnight hours. man. with thick blick hair. mouitache and irlnht complexion, whose rested .houghtfully on earh succeeding ora- or. and whowc mind weighed delib- irttely arguments they advanced. Rarely, indeed, .did he his no- cuablP silencft by rlbing to his feet o contribute a few words to the de- bale, but when he did spoak his com- prehensive grasp of the situation am! U summing-up seemed to jave no opportunity for further argu- ent. A. whispered inquiry from one f the members present would doubt- have elicited-the information that conspicuously alien'-1; character 'as a young lawyer by the name of Lowell, who bad recently arrived in Toronto, from London. One day in the early nineties a de- ntation visited the Parliament build- nga to pray for the enactment, of ome Tlie lata Christo- her RobinBon was present, gentlMt nd. wi-timl, subtlest, of Queen's' in the' Province, a man of he highest distinction in his prer'ts- ion, while among the spokesmen for deputation was -this same.sftrious- ooking young member pf the Liberal lub. His task wai to array all the points in favor of rive the argument home. When id finished his speech, Christopher obinson leaned to hie neighbor, and emarlrad: VTlivt was an 3viaw of tha case, but he seemed, un- blc to sum up concisely at tbe end. .little but ha'll overcome hat. You'll Jiear of that young man i day." In one from i-er sinca, but .'.probably, not until at-week in tho sense the. great jur t meanE. Aa one gentleman in his .profession said: "From the time tack the enemy within Its own ram Parts. It was of thin meeting that a rather uncomplimentary story is luted, to the effect that, happening pause ID the in Mat of his speech for a drink water, a farmer in the ftudionce called out: "Huh! Uok at windmill run by wator power." unfortnmitely. sav- ors rather of the stock vnriety. and is hardly in keeping with his usual ityle'of oratory. From JS90 onward .Mr. Kowelt hns in every political cam- paign Iu Ontario, both Provincial and Dominion. Kia lifts as a public speaker wens early recogiitaed, and aft hfti been pressed into Mr vice time H'ld again by worried orgunircrs, who have found it dKficult often to set platform men. Possessing Ihe tare combination of a rational mind and a warm heart, he appeals not alone to the reason, but to ihe seirihnent of his auditors'as well. Aj man who can convince tha wind, while at the same time he can raise the enthusiasm, IB a raHty, and in this respect, at aii.r rule, uew Uh- enkl loader will possess ;in immenstt advantage. lu 1900 Mr. Roweli made his one and only run for Parliament, contest- ing; Eaat York against Mr. W. P. Maclean in the Dominion elections. Both literally und metaphorically, he took off his coat when ho accepted the nomination, and battled bravel against great odds. Some 'amiufr itorles are told of the expedients i of his canvassers to retain fo Sim tbe of such of of the riding as were fond of an occ eioiial glass. To- announce to the that the candidate was a temparam. man .would, in the canvasser's opinio have hurt his. chances, so he hit o tlra expedient of whispering in-iht ear that RoweJl had "jone the No 754 V There's great satisfaction in making bed> and bedding of such fine quality as to win compliments like this: "I rejled io comfortably rtie olho night at rtie------Hotel, BeUerilli, thai 1 examined the bedtling in the nornng ind found your label Plem Id ma know whether tbejr aic.iold in There's great tatisfaction, too, in buying and using bed. that are so much better than ordinary, especially when they cost no more. See that the IDEAL trade mirk is on the bed jou buy. Ask us for dealer's name nearest you. Froa Book No. 140 s IDEAL BEDDING C MONTREAL TORONTO U WINNIPEG 'O. LIMITBD or .nother Canada ha. ithe candWat, m Bowrti I touch liquo the same time "he io "ml result wa both Roweli and boys quite a good 'opinion Of -sac MINISTERS CONFER AT- :eDMONTON Edmonton, Nov. Walter Scott, premier of .BasKatcbewan, and Hon. J. A- Edmonton today. At noon had 'lunch'aou s.t Oovernment House with r his Honor Lioutennnt-Govornor-'Biilyea. The visit to EJdtnohtpii.'. of W twenty yaari. ago that Roweli, con- ducted 'the asainst the city claim ing damatea foi- of children from diptheria, owing to the defect- re construction tVrs Brock sewer, I knew .he was marked for suc- cess. It is true he "'did not succeed in making -the law on.the subject of j the communication, .of germ but the fightrhe him the complim-ents of and the congratulatioiiB of Bar." Yesterday Mr. Roweli was ;a man In a thousand. Today the ri-tio has advanced an hundredfold. An" leader of the militant Liberal On-, tftrio, he has emergc-d into that t on t onal for which It is rrue that Mr. Roweli IB strong temperance and that, hi views on social and moral question pronounced, but it is. a mistake t him narrow. H-e ii toleract o the other fellow's rights, aa hi friends will testify. At bottom h is inspired with a desire la enlarg tbe opportunities aud better tha po iltion of the average man, and ne- ci'iiNLT he believes that Cuurc can be made a powerful instrument t this end te.gives a zealous support t it. His religion ifl practical, and such ahpuld haye_ the o'' Tight-minded has bee -.foremost man of, the but he in brpad-mln ed enough.Jo'r recognize n years of persintent advocacy eriil principles have, fitted hlni. None the ISBB, outside the clrclfi of the pro- phetB, whotca ranks -have doubtleRS' bean considerably augmented his selection as Provincial leader, his Scott and Calder has been anticipated jcnoice must have "come D for some time govern-j a aurp-ire. H was, .in a, way, -the ment, A conferencerpf the represant of the two goverrnniaritfi held on subjects of mutual Interest the cht-af of which is provincial con trol of natural renoitrciis. LJoth governments haye already re minded Premier Border! look to him to carry out his id over the control of natura rflsoiirces which he- made before elac Uou A man in Frankfort, gol five rears' imprisontRent for smug- gling cigarc to a Prisoner in a jail by which he eatned Pen-Angle Union Suits D Q Do Delight 0 0 Those Who Wear Them You will so comfortably clad in your first Pen-Angle Union Suit... the under- wear that fits and does not lose its shape. Nor has the wash-tub any terrors for this knit-to-fit and warranted-not-to-shrink un- derwear. 5 It represents the best invest- ment in intimate garments your money can find. For it retains to the end the quality that makes it sell iu the first place.. .and that is more than you can say of ordinary underwear that has been costing you the same price. S You will be satisfied with PENMAN9 UIOTBD.'. CANADA SWEATERS HOSIERY sam-e sort of surprise thai accompan-. ied the appointment of the Hon. W. White to the portfolio of Finance'! at Ottawa. It is another indication to the two Doling were once before associated in Ihe public eye. H was the time whnn. the affairs.o'-! the Lake Superior Cc.r- poration were being finally adjusted. wan the Vagat of the company, while White's cervices wore requisitioned as financial eipert, and the two oo-opera'ted in the work. Mr. Rowell's career as a lawyer has one of distinction. nlng hlji lav studies in London, he concluded hid final year in Toronto, and was called to the Bar in IK ft! He remained fer a time with firm of Helltnuth, Ivy. Thomas and Rowel 1, and then joined firm cf Kvrr, Hull and Rowall. In 1S93. lie formed present 'firm, which lias continued, with some changes, uo- til today, when H bears the of Howell, Reid, Wilkle and Wood. Jlr. Is himself regarded as of the foremost general counsels 'of day. He is probably best known o the public through bis connection with the reorgenization of the SGO JompanieR in 1004-05, when he iercd a distinct public service by as- sisting in saving these important In- tins tries from comptate obiitera'ion. Afier the reorga'nfiation his firm te- aluad the general ao'Iicr-'orship unlil fill of when one of ot the firm wlthdmw to asfliime .hn work of general counsel by him- self. Politics have long possessed a fas- itnation for Mr. Wheu a in )he office .of Hell- muth and Ivy, Ire WAS drawn in-io the ampaign In Kmi Middlesex. to help the IJhera) orgnuixa- Ion, he offered his services as a and well he the trst nlffbt he took the at a ally in Later did vhat of bli would dared, walked om nlflrt in- a Tory aid Mitd creed j the great national 'work "pTomoi J 'ing-social and moral reform's. ft'i in much the. same-spirit that he i now Centering political life. "Public he told the'writer "will afffy.-d me an opportunity of'do ing some work in the interests t the manses of people. I believ that Ontario, because of its past his tory, itn present greatness, Ha sourceit, and, above aK, the characte I of its people, should. be the Province of tbe Dominion. It shoul lead the way prograsHive social legislation, and alao in legiala tion along reasonable lines of pro- gressive moral inform. The peopi of Ontario possess strong moral sense and notwithstanding all that has been said about the spoils system and the misconduct of public men, there is a which can be effectively on ail great moral issues.1 What amounts almost to a mania for facts chancUTtxM all Mr. Row ell's .undertakings. He is con tent with a sup-arfieia! knowledV. b.ui always gets it the heart of tbe fiat ter in When made his '.'t- moiis on the subject of high er criticism last yntr at the Meth- odist (General Conference at Victoria, he spent practically the of hii time 'on the journey, going through an array of volumes that would have daunted the mind, and by She time he reached Victoria had provided himself with such a raentni equipment that ho was to divMiss question with as much authority the best-read p.raent. On another occasion, wh-ftn on a case with one of hit partners had got ioge-ther the thsir opponents in the course of their argiiment to two caens nmong a host of others. "You didn't give me snld Mr. Rowel) to his ,partner. The litter assured him hat he had looked them.up, but that hud no bearing on the cane in hand, and he hati not Iccliidwl .hem. All of which IHimtratas the (eennem of thn Uwyer'ii mind ,eon- ilderlng nothing complete until ery detail has b'aen examined. t to hfs work in ,thn ture this characteristic of teni- perament should be a great to ho Liberal Personally, ts modett and uMsuniming. He never talks ov' ioistttf. This lack of IM ia pottlbty bis one treat falling. though In Ills new sphere of activity ilefool, if (tefoct it be, will rem- edy itself, lie is exceedingly well formed, particularly on Canadian his- tory "and politics, ami social and mor- al science, keeping liis ininti thor- oughly by read- ing of the leading publications England, the United States ami Can- ada. He .has travelled extensively, and his natitti land cosat to ooasi. As. a1 liotrt or ha shows a delightful side of his perspnaiity. and his ooaversfttion is invariably "iuteVwsting, though almost always of a serioim nature, as .be- comes one who takes 'a awrlous view of life and iu problems. He can- not described as a "mixer." in the ordinary sense, -but ii will be found -that his other dualities will tncro than makd up 'for any pofifiible loss in iiifluen.ee. occasioned by the absence of such a characteristic. Thertj is a tenacity of purpoi-3 ab- 011 t.JMivRo wliifih bids fair for. hie tiltimai-3 auccoss in poll tics. The mind which iifiver. wearies in i'ta utrug glc for complete mastery of a sub- ject, -the spirit which is, uninfluenced by defeat or victory -in its final pur- pose, must iieads be forces to be reckoned with. He has already ral- lied around him tha defeated ranks of Liberalism, and the example of his Ife inspiration .to .manj disheartened follower.1 W- A. CRAICK. WILL BE HOT OLD TIME IN LONDON Such Is' Fame pro-fessor says that music' ow.es d-aal.tp Rousini." %'hatv'KbsB'inh'1 is probably Italian for 'rosin.' -London Opinion. THE DEAR LAD1IS WILL BOM BAWD PARLIAMENT IN A PERFECT London, Nov. November 2tst, which IB next day, promises to bring: withUt a lurid and viol-ant demonstration in Purlin nient Square, t A s action the gation of.woniwi that yASierdfty call ed upon prime miiiietor chancellor of the exchequer left tbi ministers, in a while hot dudfeon and once prepared a blood ciintling cali to action which has b'aen issued broadcast. It announces that a depu- tation of women will go to the bot cbmmoiiB ,bu -Tueiwiay- aajtinst the bil'l' flnfranchiilur alhrnea aii'd exclndiug.' all women H he cr.j ia signed i nge vill hea3 the dapuiatlou Ihe occasion Afford Jit- Ken nft the an opportunity to show mettle for the first tinie since be took over tbt home ofllce fron] Winston Churchill the po lice being under the control' "ct tha home office. A Mattsr of Habit '''irRe will father gaV: wbon T 'tell 'him tn? gaged? be always has H4 You Couldn't do this with An Ordinary Range because il has an ordinary grate. If the fire goes out at one end of the firebox, you must dump all of the live coal to rebuild it. Not so with the McClary Sask- Alta Steel Range. You can dump the' ashes at either end and build a new fire without disturbing the fire in the other end. The McClary Patent Duplex double and independent in dead end fires in Sask-Alta impossible and saves waste of "red" coal through unnecessary shaking. -A SaskAlta I Steel Range 1 savef fiiel''and cuts down coal bills. It docs mofe'worK and bettcrwork than the best ordinary range ever made. It h.ii more improvements-more exclusivegood points1. ,'Rhc near- est Mc'Clfiry agent-will consider it a pleasure-to show you that your range money will be best spent for a Sask-Alta. I.H For Sale by "Stwirwrd-Ajfiiew Co.' ;