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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta KIICIMR'KAS LEA8NED- TO TALK ous Soldier !s Now Said to Mali Enjoy a Social Week-End. BUSHY EYEBROWS A Souice h a DiEcrjminaliitg Collector of Porcelain. EYK.V if bv J'UL of >liort beds In Iho pjjt, i-rasiijiL-'l thif of in his visit to i- '-ral. U ts irue ho Hc-s wtll 01 tr fix It is true lhul ''-.tie wus .1 tlmu vi-htii hu would J royjl command with J-ty, ijjit no zvst. JSut tlir-cs li'ai'Hi'd. Kcr yiura ho tuo silent :i nun to fi-c-l dial ho made a mm fort- either at In a house 313s eik-nce was sir.d the i fjieiue that other i-coj-le into rjii-oili but fur nil tlintl II n hibjt, no1, to we fhuko.i uff .it v il] for a lint the of to-C.iy is cc-m- with ihij I.onJ KUrlsmtr of yes- CANON RIDLEY OF GAIT SOLD PENCILS ON STREET Trade Was Pnorfor am] Rector Helped v Him Ool. BY EVERYBODY Friend of the I U.lVt- i the .iriTtJ scope if h.s a vvriu-r lit the London. >Vhcn It .1 question of "srrat bod- troops. h? fcfc as few leads All His Modest Stipend to Help (he Needy. had on the injhi o.' tSdtl Ihi J-.y. at a inisllc hour. yjU would havu wit- the jiovcl of a wd1- built man, hi ctMi-vu jt icwrr; a wndur of pencils, and crculh- a run of on what, as K inovlnjf an off-tfey or u.-i.Jg r-jr ll.c Icultss unfnr lunate. The I'tncHs In ihe hands of llje- critic's t-o- --akes. Ay he urntd In the proi-er-Js i.tul left his 111th word of soud to bis partner j-ro tvra.. you -..-mitd have heard rc-narki-That's Just Ilk John or Trinity, the man who Socs nli out doing Rood." There Is, perhaps no cleisyman I Anglican of Huron l.-eltt-r known ur more since-rely than the "Canon Kldk-y. of Trinity Church, Gait. Fcr ever luvnty-five years lie hc.s labored Ibis community, a rigid K Ciiurvh pardon ostensibly, a Cnlhoifc fn reality-for In aits of Ice to his Ml OWE, whether in sac secular concerns, ho' knows ncilher creed, communion,, nor social con- dition: Ills parish Is the whole [own. the district at large. There have beer, vacation months when John Ridley was the only Protestant minister left 'in Gait. At such periods he cheerfully does, as as his own, the work of the ministerial cuscnte-es burmta, marriages, bap- A POLITE SENATOR O U HAMIL the doer of the 'at tSsv nilivr for (he airival of v. A lic-uuU- [ful Udy Cr.tcrcd ai-.i tojiL.J !iiin up- j on the ami. talii the-. little tabk- uvir the window." Mr. I.twis Ur. out her chair. Uuf-tod ii an silk har.diiert'hk-f. v.'M-'.iJ (.-ruinb-array, and j-5 d tt.e menu in her hand. 11 e w.'ui i. Ii'. u t to t i-t i rt- i- "Wail." MM 1 lady. "What do you this ii'.orn- J.twls. Thtr lady bowed iic-r "1'erhap-: SOUL? rri'jiiii-1 had- die ivllli a bakc-rt "Very paid :h- Ivly. a gt no man's coRimMidatlon a iioorfcanistorl'jsc; iiis hirpc. it tisms. visits to the sick and dc-jlilutei Tor others Is John FCil-cy iit-.ids list to rciilaro il. When misfuriune til un- pvertnlLos Ir.ulvM'jal nr family, thft rrctor Ss ainftiiK the first to learn of It and lo give practical aU. Hv-; neuly-arrhcd iir.mlsrant. a trifle tn mul; ins a. in Unvn Is iKrccifd to Mr. Uliiley. and U hdpid tiu'e It over nicely. "A man lie was lo nil the country" will of Canon Ridky by ih? fitlure loral And. i'f t: be ad-kd. "iossinK rk-h." that term and ivlih ft record's that Ms mod- est stipend, was over regarded as '-Ciuii's ir.nnt-jY' and accordlnijiy. Io3ig 550 Rural D-can CJIIK- Canon Ridley. They s.iy that he U welt in line for tu Hie Archdr-aconship. hut v.o must not crowd tlio- prLfermcnts HJicly to lo ihe larsc-lieartcd, rractic- ally bf-nc-voJent rector of Trinity, v.hcsc rjnlly walk admirably Illustrates the- moralist's dictum, thai "the hfsh- tst form of CTirlBllnti 'rrr: if self-denfal Lord on Iht South Doirn.e. When It .ino lo tJeallni; with any Ijody ft men. Ftill his t u rn. The 13 in t errjves, (.horrever. the frthonlliny pays "JJnls" to cvoryihjns must (-nT.-irge- vo- f the ti-ic uhci) Lord Kitchener, as director of nallona' as a trusted" coiinrcifor In "alrtcl, 'found that talk alir.-i ii HEM. He Is no longer so I'l.ic- I that hr; bi lions of the kind of women whom he thinks U lo avoid. lit pot, like Ihe private, confine his hnow- of drinkiny-inui'S to those he- finds in the canteen; Lord Ivitchtnc-r'b c-spcrtlse In porcelain Is typical of on Hook on the other good things for which Art .ind Nature are responsible-, lie would laugh nway the s-jjjfjcsliori ihat he is a lover oC poetry, but he of belles lettres to Lc txptrt in avoiding the perusal of rub- bish. Tlis taste Is severe in everything-, aiid h is pra Ises very reserved. Vou remind mp of a figure on a Chinese vras the .comjiHment he could bring himsc-lt to pa-y a- lovely lady dyinj; for coinpliinrots from her hero. Ft-rhaps she hardty realized, much may havo been- uieunt liy the saying; his Chinese'" are the ihmjrn ho vaines most in the world. Ins spent more un one snml] piec. iff dc hoeu? than he has ever yr.ehi on a Ills favorite charger ons lhat could nothing HKWI a hcn'J. Sang dc Boclif that hn bp pfrjicluaJ-y snub- T T a, mar. to I'M" unwisoly, Lin- ".Mrs. Colon (-V or a thlkalht' Ir tlncc ho i.- enforce, filtncc in he decs1 i.-l enforce U In himself. Perhaps he" -...11 never l-e eloquent, "i so T he once -y nt a dinner in N'ew Vcrk: "it's liel- l.r nothinp Ihan to rend you lo Tiic.-re were feme famous nf- ;rr-iiinner humortEts anJ K. i f K. chore tlifl I.n on the othr-r hand, the SpMnx nu-PEsarlly oultlo him In tl'erp, tuo, he Ins charon well. He .-iis nou- as mueh as his A Mailer of of the rpecfnl rc- i pctlcr "fian'Tj s'.rafghl as 11 :nco, and looks out imperiously nhove nr'Et rnen'.s htadni'lils motions aru ilc- i'uratc aird he rooms.hyl't for -r.SFlnnlc.'.fi Fharled liv' declstvr rows, vnA'.r which .ou tlivjiie an imnovaiilc hi" JP liarGli nntl- nUthcr for .ffcclfon .rior dlslLUe." To this cf "obscrycr he "wins to have no i'c prime of life." liu-l meet :wfat-n lib U travelinp casually, :r Ma own picapuro: watrh him In Ihe rcoirrnml al Uic bcirflistnll, n-1 your.pen, Is honort, will-make nrjchjei-s isicm'p'ic- JIfs ttverd suit tiio lance-Kko Ir.iisrhlncsp. his crap Jns a took of ease ml farniUnrlly, the brown boats sug- orderly. Instead of t'eUinsf his bVyshcF, pnmcllnus over-sleeps Kitchfner you st-i forgels to. look r-ut Im- .-rlouply't.vir otficr men's heads; nml ic Mnncd facr, after a ftu- wcckp !n mire natural red than brown. to Ihc fperiaT trftrler remains, "Mis-slrnizih Iki jien enough of him lo ilfstrust the that hi- ia made only nf iron P.: and whlpg and wirf. .One hiiy loo, Ihe.lcgentl that ha." ohly.frr in hr.i's iufaney. Colonel'- .i.'iiLUwlly, he- -Jhas snuM-rd. "The hive trrcat niMlifirntlon fiood ho________ i l.ilki- "their wives are nonentities; hry nro from the '-oloRcl'p lady fc-7 runs not only the rolonrl hut i.fcr ivc-lJ." It ffi In nyinz sucli I ha I rd KKrhcnrr [he rfpnrlpfs picture nf f.T lh'-n (h.'l I? terribly -Lft-js of Iho fj'-Kfncr? of Hs Inti T.-.V nnbiirh t.rlfllMnjf ivlih'- (Kor are roilly Chargcs and Charges KitcUcjur la [no u-lrc. J nnn ;o h.ivfi h.iptd :in bin Jndr .ents of U'omonklnil on his ubacrvr tiflL-uilvn" from -the FIT- iy Mhkh a Anny letjrniny to Toronto from a town not fur frcni the cllv. Afler a while, Mr. who u-as accompanied by >lr. J. was fnjiltd into Ihf ccach by tha bind the iftcinters of his favorite colors, j JIfs experiences in bailie have not' him unduly Eti.siiive to the hue ciHb'hjcr. It is characteristic .ol that he never shntJdtrs al Ihcj thoiijjhl of Omdnrmnn when, as! n gainst I lie hilled in -his, own fi-rccs. U-n tho'js.ind hun-, cirtd Dervishes were slain, li-jt Lord Kitchener at his Boldier's heart (which hna nothing to .do tvilh other he is v.hut Hie fjicciai rtport- tr maizes him in i of BtceL .'KCcrr Mr. Churcli ill's youth Till mn did noi make httii wince. The "army is no ]slncc for ecnt-rou3-notions.- your c-no- rr.y and your Meals" !P one of his nun- :ml they, in his arc al- wo.inons o'f dt-jslruction. Kugcnc Ysayc. Uoota much the worse lor wesr-iv handed lo the cuest. "My Oe'ar F.ild Ysaye, "do me the favor of mending Ihcse for-me." The millionaire was speechless with amazement. "A man should never ashamerl to exhibit his added Ysayp, with a fiignifleont emlle. scheme 'camValffii'-fn .Tcron- v-, lo." Mr. TulKifriR.jOvcr tliOf he WRS m c-n, o nc f. iv a1. i6ii lu n Ic and in re- cogTiilioti of j work for 1 he J A lie- V1 "yfc here a n'sl now ccloatl, and tunic iind caji among :hTd .Tloiitit'd to the Army i cap Mr. ..stood' up and tola thc-boyp-Tvlial' he' thought of t he'Anii JV. and ot :it bclnt; abto ,to their work, not j even, a" pay.-, liut his re- haU tome at woll. hrt uniild not mind If his friends did call him "cclor.el." -'UNCLE WRITING XCLK JOE CANNON writes a! very IllcKiUc hand, and when a member of Congress received a Setter from-hiir. one diy ho TTRH able lo read but a word. lie disliked to bothcr-JIr. ht sev-- cral- fricr.fl.i and finally the except for one word, was made out. This word very Important. a.s il was ur.dcrlincd. byl as nclthtr the r.or his friends make it out lie thought he con- sult Mr. Cannon himself.' He told him of. his trouble In reading the.- Ict- Ur and that with help from, several other members of- the meant a jjri-al deal to the f ,r tvtry dolhir c'lunird. The dtHvi-ry for tl.e "i-crs" had imt ney tr.nugh in buy ft-ovrr, i: rt-l.itive in rir.u tt i him i- thii loan of fifty tlolEarv. and n equine wa's Kk'cur Murk JSrcdln the -OtHv route hlnL-'clf. lie continued for n of yt-ars, and handeil ivcr ihc u'npflfj'tA "Mac" Duffy, who Is ttiii with him, and driver in tlie crr.iiTby of the Car.ada. Jirt-ad Co., to-day, which has Ihoruushly modern In Toronto, Montreal, and WirinSpcB- !sik liredln has alv.Mys betn A man ot public and served as an crinin ir. the Toronto Council for ne years. At all gniherinss of the Ltrfi he has a live wire, ami n'-ver afralil of giving as spcurins pointers. Xoi lanij ago a friend asked him to what he attrihut- cil his Euccess in Ihe bread isrirg line.. Mr. P-rtilm ;i few minutes.' Ihe'n 'naively "replied, "Will! 1 never made a'ny money un- til T p'Jt my coJt which was bis wav of cspresEin.i ihnt no larse ma- terial rov.-ards ever t his untii he need his biain more "than Ills haml. And to-day one of the rcaHy biff men in the, baking trade of the continent. The signal honor wliich has recently cmne to him, at- tests the confidence r.nd appreciation of Jii.'i for it ts the first oc- in the history of ihe National of Miibtcr Bakers lhal n Canadian his ever occupied the presi- ccnl'.s chair. liy KJtAXClS A. DKSI'ATCU the oilier Uay an- lhal we were In dan- of logins' o-jr i-rlmacy it iriitfih cMccc'i market to tho New Llider. That prlniaey was p.ob- due to a iarg-j extent lo the Im- we gave our- 0 chet-st e world. That was mar.u- ircd in iLt c-f JSiii in the CLin- J'.-icilk- iiiilw.ty Elation Ehcd al i'lrt'-i, untirJu, ar.d ivua sent to the in tlie next year. It -2.0CO pounds, and t.! f.-r Us the tirjlvak-nt u! Ik- vf iV.OCO L-OWS Aft'r the fair was ovt r the chcwc wi-i to where it-was "Mud ;uiJ calEvd attention in a i; manmr to th-j c-f Onadi. Their chcosu had alrtaJi innile ;t i-nsniiunt fur ttdclf 'r rmrkot; lut fiat plarlr. Ilcfldlck, by. the way. 'p only-one number of CanntHa'na ho havo been engaged a3 experts tu iihl IILI the dairying- Interests of plhur co-jntrles.. "Xci> has taken for lime r.o losajthan three other (Jflna- dtans for this purpose, while even Oreat IJriUin and the United SUlcs have drawn bOl- Ur-makers to aftblst them. in improv- ing methods, Jlr, Uuddick'a life has in a remark- fWt1 mftnner "txtrallelcd the period 6f crOft'th of dairying m Canada, Thi.i ia parUcuSatltf of with which he haa" been closely. ri5soclaltd.', When.ho'woa born, aliovit llity rniV.JbhyiiiSnnds nt Imtttf was" be- ing made- In bii.l' the proiluct" amounted" to only ftboul four chill fort- pound5." This, vfni rhicfiy'for home consunpllon, trit ex- port of dairy- ftcdi-co a considerable .stale hot nrlstaijjr fUl live'or yat-t j Inter. The iotil of butter made 3t. CanatT.T nt fh'c lime of the last ccn- MJS has not tepn-fljinred out: yoftrs earlier (I hiinditd and fHiy millic-n pour, tiff. This .is a (hrcc- foEil Increase, rind. probably in nlB H wr.s nearly fourfold. The growth of tf-o cheese haa l-eeii rnucri irve.1 1 f1 r, i being over two h u nd red fnllHcn pounds In 1507? an incrcaa of ;