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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta BEIl MEMORIAL GREAT WORK OF TORONTO MAN r It Will Make Waller Allward's Fame as a Sculptor World-Wide. EIGHT YEARS TO DO IT A Splendid Monument lo Cana- dian Art as Well a> Great Ir.Ycnlion. tht y for Uy KATHEHIXB HALE. UEHE II stands In rhe F I suace. completed at 1 unveiUJ and dedicated. Memorial, a thing of beaut: in the thlr.kins, the panning, the' Plow and careful working out. and f ihe thousand and one necessary de- j lallJ --til go to make completion. I have teen tbe great work In various stages ot Its growth In the iiialo pf the sculptor. Walter All; ward, end always Us majesty and have aroused me anew. Then too. behind the completed de- sign I see the firs', mile "figurenc" of wax In which the sculptor's de- sign Is. It wire, sketched, out of his mlnJ. 1 see Ihe next. more, fin- ished, figure In wax or clay, and the one following, thai may be cast In vaster of Paris, then the cominence- fin- A FARMER IS NOW ALBERTA PREIDER Hon. Charles Stewart. Who Succeed? Sifloni Min- ister of Works. ment of the work "In ulg" ally tha castics. section by section A VERY POPULAR MAN Big and Eipanrive, Progressive and Fraternal, and Lacking in Political Guils. By TV, C. A. MOFFATT. l.UBhTA, like every other pro- Avlnce, Uas beccn'.e so accus- t In plaster for the final re-casting U istldered !a Eitl as brouze. What a story it makes of the long processes, the slow labi-r. the eternal patience demanded of Ihe sculptor. One Ihoueht of It on the 2Uh or October when, after years of work, lie delays, the transportations .here ind the casting In bronze Is all done oul3ldc of( ally came the placing of the great memorial. To assl-l in the ceremonial of tbe unrellinr Ihere were, among others, an Indian chief in full .regalia, a vice-rrgal representative of Kins George .V, Provincial diinilafiis jna the he'nsvolent figure of Alex- indcr Graham Hell, the lor ol the telephone. American was represented, and Amm- ran capital." There1. Indian art, has tendered !j Eilt as Jsntficant as that, of poech" uss the qusin y of Ihe-invcnior's falhe orly years ago. Walter Allrrard. Ihe Canadian, Is nic drsclple of Michelangelo; Th splendid anatomy, the sweep, th noble gravity.. the surging life of hi conceptions, all coavince osc ane-r of'lie heredity of art. Prcltele and how few grea masters hereafter! a wonderful thing that In the future, when tils continent Is learning to know what art is. stud- ents may come to this Bell receive from It the lesson, the inspiration of a great laster. Is a jfotlunate'-city to- emlers' In the ranis of law II not now find It easy to remember at the occupant of the big red room the masnltlcenl. stone structure lied "The Is a farmer, hres Tremlerj have ruled In Alberta nd two of 'th; three have been ailed." Al Ihe Ihie of the notorious and C. W. scandal. In? A. U Sifton stepped from Hie at the leutenant-Governbr's summons, hut n the transfer of "The lo he as Minister of Cus- oms In the Vi ion Government, It was the fields' toil the lhir.1. Premier found. True. The Hon. Charles tewart was Minister of Public Works In the Elfton' Cabinet, bul hii uslness Is that a farmer, anj _ Million.iirM' Sons in U. S. Array and Navy malnena and slnsing school chliflrep. hundreds of people'lined, up in-thi rainy streets 'otBranUord. -speeches, tbe lillle curtains were1 slipped ind there, against lae grey j- day. She has acquired a note of i of a Individual; holds his ftree-lor-i-iiciicl stpgis an awkward ansle-in'his whom skyscrapers'and.picture Af3 aro. among Ihe but.Charlie- slewartf' is a glArliiL-'refuiilYo'ri of alone through tie slon. A sii feet in Sis brief residence in her n'dsl of the Inventor of his but ____ n raemorj- of Ibis residence, imperishable word -has been iUll of..the the crcnl bronze fritze'reprsEentinz lir.n Sir.dlng out his thoughlJ to IV- iin'ivers'e.- and ibe form '.i'a- on either sine s'lood in austere beauty- H t'the ii-ir- of llje as-tile riews- as senlus ;eil greatly, in.Ihe of (a 1 riat" built in enter, loo, he rafllalliic .'cood-h Jrao'r. first prohiems lo confront him. and of the leadlny who ,issisle3 In tho i-iB out -'whlih .took' after. Whin the Hon. .A. fa.1 Sifton a new Cabinet.- -Mr- Stew-. lis ofsaniiallon worh.'bis' choice of ofnc'als, anil his businesslike exe- cutive methoda.Eoon .out .Minister of extraordinary abll-' jr.Ivcrsal cii. A Noble Coocepbon THK footsteps or the ycars_ will come and go. the liltle'city of Bran Ifqrd will change and.develop. It .wlll'-pass-from one form of civic- 'Jfe to another. In ivho can lell Into w be shaped? But, forever and forever, some cyclonic change there will sand Beauty In Its mif What effect will it growing life of the jpon the shaping destiny of the dt> Its-if? The answer lo this question nill b- amazingly interesting.- The day of the unveiling of .the jiohument was, naturally, more of a t than a day-of recpg- Dilion for the tculptor. They are word.ihat will outlive Ihe centuriei-'. Think of .the. significance' jhoDsamls- of .children passing lhat great monument In its eloqncn! and human beauty.year allerlvear. year alter" a few at least.caujht-and held by, a susses- lion that Is construciiTe Indeed, the suggestion or humanity" as be, and will-be when we all become Llste'neri. Soilplof'iFaiDt THAT, to me, Is the keynote of the group" Ihose noble' bronze :s on the pylons flanking the bronze panel, of Man hearing the lCmoul" tt miy' whisper ot Inspiration and sending ity: 'XoJ.mefiibeyi.of-iilfce' ijuicHer to or' JoJ 'it'JCr CO is jke. cdii- .flGotern- wifh IKEY'S FINANCE rplIOMAS was not the brightest specimen on earth, nccl. try ns niigM. and'apply as he might, could not succeed In obtaining situation: At last a bright idea occurred to him. He woulG offer his services free for a fortnight. On these terrna Mr. .Ike; ly, and Emitted immediately engaged -'I--.-. J :.-z__, The forlnighL having.. Thomas riervously petlllbned for [y, anil n-13 he .bjs admirably a, deparl- mebi; ihe'crlecliyehcsa of which has' .handicapped "by.war Gsrihcd T. K. InTztits lo Mr.' GlMlfSstlan Ihe invention Is jot a war-de- H 13, he an nppntallon .f limitless1 source ol to 'operate an engine. In .fact .-iry he called a free energy ten Ihe things, Ihe ,Oaja lliat'5 whdl Its cilia II .-ii'iID. accphllrlt.lo thit-he hns optfaleiT Ih 'd jfenerMor irri-Mnrs'. wllhoul InterropllP in-] WlthouLlhe use of fuel erteVirf now In TtiiO-rnJl'ls not essentially a :wm f fonnd lloil, M. fieitlmabls itfvM In Vat -It will replace the o Mrto ana Ifn niqdlately reAt-atroiifll'r for'lhiW.of t lor .T.roirll.Wfc'WOr'Ml; chi't lils vibrations of Knowledse, Joy and Sorrow..--Why. the most ordin- ary minds, which means all of us a our very-day level best or worst cannot continue our walk pasl such a group .with our shoulders as ben as they were before we saw II. It as though we too might hear.lhos "invisible harps In the th voices ot Insplrallon, If only w :pnld become quiet enough Lo listen .ilr.'-Allward began his art edu cation In on archllect's olflce at th age of fourtcc-n. Even then he was aware of the possibilities of clay modelling, and before he was twenty the little or ..first Idea.', of. the sculptor, began, to 1-ive his hand. There follows s. long list of b'usta .and the statues of celebrities, such as. Sir Charles Tupper, Sir TVM- Id lAurler, Sir Oliver Mowal, pyernor' Simcoe, Nicholas Flood- and so on. Our Toronto deen'r Park contains at five xamplef of hla work, but lo dls- over.the first-note of hla-more ma ure mariner one must make a pil Tlrnage to that historic, shabby, 111 ept littl: square which Is borderc y.WelllnBTtbn and Portland streets t lo' be'called St. John's Square nd was aparl In 1731 by Cover or the flrsl milllat urlal around "In Toronto. Here yo figure of a done for the. Army and Vary-Ve.iemii' -AESoclallon, an old, pldler. with a world.of pathos and eellnf In his trcajJ re of guarding a dilapidated ''-'irpuci; inj Ihe fa'ct that no "Sh at-horlseVli" k ne of. these p in name 'was nicntio with ofe _ were members o; a Royal.Com- ot.ajjoke, but nolsolhe f'E.h.traS blpoJ .'sursedJi.lmidia'.ely to the excellent- official.- well In- formed driacurrent affairs, sjmpa-. thetld -to all classes-of workers, .and an-ardent-advocate of .the reform movement by.the farrnors ol I'TtEmCBICK UfUDGE. ihe "wesimlnster Abbey orBahlst, tells an .irriiilng slo'ry concerning two ladles wlio.visited ;the building one day.- andilselzed Ihe opportunity lo start o, discussion between selves as was.the greltcr musician-lilmself or. Sir Parralt. blooil Iligeini rarrilll. crown of hls'Sjblnt Were .SibalinB the porn'. ti f A nnr haa Vom A Iberia I _ pnl tfc ivork near i f A nnr tbe '-AlbertaI a. vac-uum-Tcieaher work near letorC! nor- House" Heard'ftuc in explosion. orsan loft; maKlr.g a-'great ._'. tit Publicl :_w quick of- Worka nJ" lhat It there was exclaimed one lady. Worka pJJi ttiat. 11 "Tnerci wrongdolnjfhe.tlsnsv W15 Ignorant .-There's- the- Isn't it splen- a3 l? '.Da see" I did? It's Sir. I rcplle-J the oilier lady, after listening'' Intently-, for a few Oppollw believed him. VWoreiii W- iieienuis seconds, a rapt look on tier face. "Ho your present tf -p "NothinB, EiW tThomas.. Finsclstelij contemplated the "Vc'l. my rpDy, yer Is daub- -AndjThpmas-was completely salla: he .had Jiatl lime lo thSTik over Hie r' i SCHOLARLY '.COAL MAN Interest attaches to-lhe announcemenL': that ..Sir Joseph Complbn-iljcketi, iKe Pay- has been appointed Parliamentary -Commissioner lo tho Commission. Sir'Joseph Is is well hnoVn In ihe rclifflbua. as In the political World, .for he has for mnny years been associated with the work "of llio Free Churches. Ifc Is a. vreallhy man, and obtained his money from coal. Some years ago lie retired from ttin chairmanship of the companies; which made his name a household -word. Possessing VON HERTUNG IS A KAISER MAN ew German Chancellor a High Prieti. of the Gospel of 1 Divine Right. PEOPLE MUST SUBMIT Hal Fought All AllempLi Bul One to Liberalize Ger- a Cnttiolic. .Oulral 1'owers' victorious ,drlvo against Italy has cnablei' tho Kaiser to appoint Coun Georse P. Uertllng Imperial Chancel lor. Dr.- Stlchaells. Count HcrtlUg' Is' strongly for Ihe Knlser; and yet' he is also an aJvo- ot early peace. In mj at Darmsladl, Hcrt- IIDJ, Iho son- of n Hessian courl chamberlain, grew.up In tho reaction- ary atmosphere ''of 'super-loyalty to the throne-, and In circles whoro people ot less rank than that ol a baron aro rcg-rded as Interior human pclnsa. Al tho aso of 21 n prlval- docenl (unralarlcu U-acher) of phil- osophy at'Ills Bonn Uulvtrsily. he w.13 promoted to an assistant profes- sorship In ISSO.' and two years Inter was appointed a professor al the Mu- nich University. As a scholar and as teacher, he was of an average cali- Is ncltd as a politician, not so much for his knowledge of politi- cal keyslone of all con- tinental Kurr .an pnlltlcs, ns for his ctrong affiliations with Ihe ultra-re- actionary Junkers of the Conservative Parly. v 'He'rtliag represented In the Reichstag district of" Cobleni from IS75.JO ISSb, the Bavarian district of lilcrllsacn-MenvmlnBcn from 1S96 to J503, ar.'d the Wdsiphallan district of Mucriste'r-KorsfclJ from 1903 to 1912. when he had fo resign "Accause he ac- cepted, the. post' Premier, iri tho Helchslas as well as In the Up- per Housp. of .the Bavarian landtag, of which he was appointed a'life hlcrnbcr; l.n 1501, lie- was one .of the party and .he Conservative wing, cbnsisllruj of landed noblemen known ii' juokcrV. (This wins fought nl- with the except VQ religious 'during -the Kullurkampf, wlflle the rfsKof had even proletarian In- clinations' li ingel Very -----j5T' a rain. IOOK. RF-GAIIDI.ES of-.-party, r thought .at first It .was Sir Mions, fa selection, 1 IV Slims, to selection oi. wj oni Q jike hird PremJ irRU.alEUredly meet llh SteTrarl 'hiust kdinll now thlt lh to he EO rcac _ lldnorj1 tlinil r'ranz Dachcm, Ihe Rh'enlsh Centrist leader and publisher Colosnc'.yplhs Zelluns, said laT'.a nllional '-'Carholic convention HprllTns.'ls the Maclcuricr (Conser- 'nHvc Prussian Ulnlstcr during' the coiilrc-rcvolutlbn of t tic fKMes ot ihe aat our parly, and he Till ii'.terjy discredit us before .the counlry." Baiicnslrcrn, lliitne, and other noble's :of Catholic faith, Ilerl- !ln? Jolned'.tho'pcrilrlst' parly Instead of ;lhe Conscrvnllyes on n a fine literary taste, Sir Joseph has written many works on religious sub- Jecte, and has also daublcd-ln Journa- memh'fet'or IhiS, :d for I li-m. both A I OF WAR unlta If b-rthe Hon. A. 0. facKaV, wfe a wide co- erle'oi fii'i''.-" too, ot i raidli of poll- BIJIOSDS, of .The Ntvr in that I T whose. splftnalcl d Mania.W Studying Maps and Reading History, Tlius g Himself for Fiis Prcsenl Fine, i as a War Reviewer. Jimpirc.pill l. Ihe Prussian Prime Minister dcjld- 'thnt'priyifc'iipl- .supnilt every attempt of to abolish absolutism s.llll prevaillps !n tho Gcrmnn Grnr.d buchl'ci of lleck- lenburs-Sch'w'crln and .McclilcnburB- i Strellli, entl was recently tha ..first German statesman In ah official po- sition lo oppose through lih.orgaiv The Baycrtsche SlaclizellunF, Iho proiiosr.l of reforming the reactionary. eVctoraf sysicmi of rrussl.-x ond other Federal EtnlfJ by nn Imperial law. lie showt-J hln particularistic front, but he r.cted Irom Junker mo- tive F. It imy be a.ifely predicted lhat Hcrlllrs will net strictly as Chancel- lor of the Knlscr without .any regard for Iho wishes und interests of Iho- Dcoplo. Without the IL-illan victories cren Wllhclm would not have dared o appoint H'c'rtling Chanrtllor. THE-; WOMEN'S rns. A. si. C'IIAUIBIIS WATSON, recently saicltcd Chlet Controller'-, of tho Women's Auxiliary wWeb Includes tlio thousands of women who are serving with tho British army in Krttnco, Is sister of Sir Brio Geddej, tha First Lord of Ihe A'nfcce'ot Qarretl Anderson, the famous woman herself tho rapped 5J.U.; nl Edinburgh, Unjvirsity.'.nnd curiously cnouKii1 was on samo ..Ho'th'Mrs.' Watson .inj Ceddtsjnppcared In. the flrstjllsl of recipients liew ris a Commen- niiMriiirothcr as. Knisht Grand A eneriry arid'iln- 13 nn.OTBanlzer of marked ililllly. and her'new appointment has 'ca'jised great satiafactloh. THE-QUEEN'S DAY very l.-jsy-.'jilst now.i'AHhoilEh.lhcr0 cally, no social cn'sat'cmenli as .such, she efen harder.lhan In d'ajV when en'tcrtijnlnit.and hclng.cnterlaincdilook up ap mlicb of her Her day.beislns with break- last at nine; though', she baa often hatl n walk'ronrij tho gardens; at- Buckingham ciftfuljy ana., answers Is Immense amouhl' of Vorlt -York Tribune, whose splendid noil irai In Jhat rwrz, proffreHslve, t _. anj a striking'Kaluro-'JiJ. The kn'oKlKle! it AfmaW of analyst foM war weekly, 'prmer schoolmate iumbns apa with whom I went to school preaujf. tin as cnor-. actor, conj-. Vmt4 lack of Iral ;'Tne South African vlclory on Unl- avenue broufihl. Mr. Allsrara ntcr the full Maze, but Ihe Bell emor'lai wlll'.aend Ml name, with hal of the nround Jhe vorld. 2 ''.If' Braniford wllhed to Ihrabjh he- a'gei could haVe'-p'-.( golaen trumrtel- to .her.''llps aeainwM hi' ftiirtc zvi grtniit which Inf'ffiortal fOKM.. t; classmates had never heard of. "He wns deeply Inlercatcd ,'n Ihe history of the Civil War, and not only read' a great deal btiout'thll eub.- Jccl. but look delight In getting first- nd Information from nny ono >yho ad taken part In.lhn rrrcn.t American ntllct.'.Thtlg, as n he wfts nrc- irlnfi-hllteelf for lila present ork" t ngo, the lex iiclnzc, which provided for tht.. Introduction of tha whipping post; and wns (Jrsltnecl to make even Ihe publication of Schiller'3 .and Goetlia's. crime punlshaljlo Icrins In lie] an- to- tho i-; "liet ler clause's'1 the masses was a'ri lilicai.-palrlotlc antl.rcllgloua duty.'ln openly, tried lo abolish religions of Ihe Ca- cri by long; Icrins In .prison." n'oiinccd. that submission to 'Crown n nA the ''1 frti rlchli'. ilt 54IA' agS Mr, Sctwart was in inc no a upon ,mo .lhan Bv'cn then" ho had n wondcTfiil Sp of the English lanauaee. llctnre Krn... tlxlj without pollllcal tUt. ana In Wovlncs that he wi Mart. when he School "Bclne once imoni. got lion given l.y the Hudy of .hl.lorlc ivnls he Inlo relalhg ROYAL SS, XAP.V, ,wW d ha, been'th, H" F.nTIyl foutht tiny' riltcHipl to tlcrdiany, wllh one -He worked for the nholl lo'n of'llic Inillrecl1 clcctornl syslcm s iriil'le'ihc f.lbcKils U .nt the 'th Itcrtllnp u-ha'suit CCs'ttV Iht! Iilca tll.c ArchjilBhofi.ofi.Munlcli, Dt. vo'n'-llcl- Ortcrcr, and Others hold nt t'tie ve.iiry of' u cccrel' Iliibtr. and other atheistic Social pemocratlc leaders lo unlle Iho IW'o' partlM 61 Ihe then Impcnrl- Ing Havatlah clccllpns Lllierals, who opposed'to unl- vtraai and direct Illlfrafe.. The So- elallsls combined de- feated the and evicted an elcctorill rliform. law, Suffrags bo- i ilfllvcrsnl, and direct bul nfll if klnCb :fhi cbeaUd Iholr alllc'3, and by a shameful gerrym.Snp'er secured (lie mnjorflv In the ijouse of.Dcpulles, nlthoush they cwlrol lhan <0'pcr cent, of Iho hlgtyfrjfst Cd. Who Out "TeddjV Left Eye npLOli Col, la Jlacloso the of..the nrlll- cry captain whpso punch causM llio oas' of his Icfl oyo In nntch, U Is now known Col. T, STooro, 'Inert a' 'ertplaln ot i .h a'o until he road 'an account of II In tha f Col. Moore