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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WINSTON CHURCHILL POUTiCALEHlGMA Hr His Wailing Carrie, and Is in the Pronietshfp. JC-EYE WILL HE TURN HIS COAT And Become a Tory Kcgardetl Now eu Sound Statesman.' By W. A: M. TllS enlsoia of Dritlrit dsy !s V.'inElon Cburchih. Public Interest in the Lavues Ibat divide (he two prtnclpal parlle-a Is steadlfr In Us I hero A and mpcithies and utlpaUiiea lor l leaded Parly platforms DO loader baTe the carried cvep fevtnontbn refpnn Is ior a burUJ. Rule, by the Vbigllsh'voter, is acoeytcd aa In Both Liberate anil Cons lirca thit iho antlnnattd Uws mojt bo The menace of In'Europe is too real to admit (JlCfercaoCB ai'lo the aflvls- fcbllUy of up a navy, And as .tb? party dwindle, Iho pcruomltly of tiie opposing lead- era tuko on a uew aild .vls'ld attrac- tion for tfco pubtte; which promtaca-ta maiuj of Ctiurcb ilj an excn sreater In Kngllirt Ihon life-best CJiiirchHrjs Ron has Iteid ijji his cards (fell, and be hie Ptili'lo put Uiera on-the table. he iho ;o' Uie Unujnbl Minbtcr bo iiroSably, the SIR WILLIAM OTTER'S HONORS WERE UNOTECTED BY.H1M BEACH PIONEER Canadian Geo-tral Has Taken Up In Facsimile of His Handwriting. M t KIH "WIlJjiAM OTTKU, the Canadian soldier who heeded Die Itet of Coiiadlana In the Kins'a In ht was made KMfflit of the has taken up reside nee ID aud vil> liktly rxronln there -for some 7bt not In since reci'lvlug his well-earned rc-natJ for to Canada and Ktnplre, the following extract from a Uuer to Uer of the of .this psptr, expressive- of hii appreciation of new honors, will be IncEdf-ntalVy. the' his liaod- Indicative of tbt firmneES vtnngth of character for which Sir William la. well knowii fTtry-Fhwe Jii CannJa, giYt an opportunity for study, f TooL First Load of Gallic Into British Columbia From iovinces. LUCKY AT CHURCHILL Got to Hudson Bay Port and Squatted on Townslle. Three Days Ahead ol the Govl. VjrPbaLiaLnj hia aback on the [.-lflj jU5t prior (o o( ilie order-] n-CcunciL rtmajiiej oa.the fond, improvio- on, taking in vtfe, They io Ihe lonely nunhern port until last winter. -A-J i Cfirr.t after the tbe vaJid- ing him dud in the Conamoiw.- Ills former- iwoclates never tired ol plnsing Iscailot" in rii tsoth.'Ma hla Aew 'iWes openly mis- trustod tfce pemrfDcrrces ot version-T C Under. Ltyd George HBflrat real. bid' holil upo.n caUglit .IS'' in' of tb'ai orator, tf bj bfl irayThfa own pirty to cocvicUon of his tkil rjj ftaat e. Ho Iho nd too 'tnuch pitlw fracn oppoDCnts might hort him wfth Wi! own -which the IJberU pirtr; lici other ID re- habilitation of duly Wlntoa made just the khid o p. ilrpfigeir sUlon kny member of ther taalet; Are starchy ihe of scandals ta not escourii- ed. The complalnls may be sunuaed up in the words of a member 'of tin smart ret: "There's n middle AlmosBhcrc Uuckinghani PaUco which' Is S sressiirff." i Here u some fouodailon'fci ibcsc slriclures. The royal family1 1! f'S'llLIP to a Mrtllln lo people, loyalty to the retail' tff. ll" IMWIW Mbit; but It be long before there "is InienM personal flcvoilon on iheTptfi of Ibc man on the street (0 Klnj as there was to Ihe laic Kins NOT THE SAME ANNBTTK fair Via a romtf TIM ymuig ntl.kMUlre not i Apt pupil. Hft lumbertd atooj wjffa t epJart twt nrt and after twwj thlrir yftria hft ptirtrt like a graio Mfsa KellfTTTwnn, in her pretty In? tuit, took him to U4r. don't i 'If dtd ll wouldn't lire jeii W. the vpyer your body yod DM the jrcm na In aawine r "Oh, no, 1 aald ('he -yo i-ssa "Oh, no; flfllAve Ifrni.'Mtti, It I the uiimrlM trf imne (he rk lo Furl-C-lur-Jii on the [tve' line, in l-'vl in thtns wblch .several ol "our countrymen ppfcm to iiive foumi rather io the .worlJ'y metropolis- Kor soinc lime Mr. Hull practised la iri T oron 1 D, bt-in e 3 meoi It r ot i r firm of Hub! ifollis and "Wilson, willi offices'In Temple Building, -41 It jr.adf some mornfy. li Cuban VS'innJppff. cJImaie permitted of kept jri Fhin- the the" demand sheep1 arost, Lfcurchlll -home Ih ,tbat Cburchi U provides the 'only hir- to his F'on t' He believes JJay that uiJI prove to j to handle the- vast traffic Jll, develop with the rthe rifvt railway. There are ol pre- iKefi fcmrtoyeij on-'Uie Purveyed lo come ul_a_t_the mouth of ihe Xcison River. 'METHODS BRITAIN'S-fore most living liramal- Arthur -Wing Pinnro, has cele'orated hla flftv-cishth birth- day. A'S fils name indicates, he (s part- ly- ot fjirelsn .his father was a His mother was a 5i3teV 01 a noted Trin- itj" Pilot1 of Oravesenfl, and it was in that (Jlilrfct Sir Arthur spent the days of.bLs youth. He waa at t1ma tn- .twiScd n husines-s carter, and led-at Col'lcge. but ihe call of Ifcc 'Stage pioved'too slrong', tea de his debut be tore the footlights as ii gen era! utility atior at a salary of SIR AKTffVR -WIXQ PIXRRQ. a week, -but Ihe proved. inestimable and there Is no Hrlng play- ho la hla tn e of earliest efforts at ho WAS a cnrtain- Ihe Tata Sir Henrr Jtvlng. wllh 9lTlkfnj JOKE. ON "EDITOR SKTH LOW, .once Msyor uf New with such .THOMPSON1, editor of Pearson's 5Iasnr.lne, 'mn np to success- In Mrniinc: camp of n friend in -the Adiron- bogsy and cr.z recent r.f the chcster .Gouhty- that he- is trying of hi? party was a roisse other fanners to-lheir (o magaamea. -He tried fo" a iiorr io Mr. Thyinpscn. secret of said you don't buy -I'll- "J5 Iri'co-oifcrition." he. It recalls the stalenienl in-nle Th'impson out Hit jiaurice 'f" IV'S. Minis'." -room into ibVtirtr. It was Denmark' on 'his most -recent visit The train vast the paid that an hour through "lind years the Danteh He turned upon his contrib- -because .of .with! in hi5 tye.. find inttTnatcoridlilone. yaitf he. ''Dern'_ 'you, 1 "Tbiy "Tnostlr- welt-to'-oo said "because they have the tonlnliutor lurned together. hundred a yelp that would pain a m'oun- farmers have between them four lion. Aod white be was githcrirg and cb-o'peratlve Bacon for another defiance of .ail hotter bedrifig the' Danish stamp law two or three Fullpian the-hii'aest'- [-rice and porters -inij brakcmen Tills a in, pale to' their lips, and deter- try.'onty oT N'rw1 to sell their lires rtearlr. ?hirp, in which the climate is 50 "they ' that cows are only allowed of doors slsfctn weeks fo the year, Mr- Thomp-on Collect in which two-third? of the-, lind the contributor'had ngs arc of less' than one hand ,on hia-shonlder'ant man wlio preifcr.y quantity to Iht train quality "tfooVn't stoy in. all HEM- reJs- Hr. ''-Kc isn't let." Th? patttnr Thompson tenderly. co-operale Wgainst aimers aa all ,-iE'nt. The pYroxysm fn over. as for letter yacthods." ien't likely that he'lf'be taktn-'ihat again before v.-e" get io lha sani- TllK pliiVdagc, "earlyM'o lo never appealed .the .conductor FB! awahe at one end of .the car, .'with1 a Rt. Hon. V1. J. Halfour. anil tn his hand: and. Ihe. porter sal moat men. hti ;s a late riser. at the other encj of tht rar the late Lord' Eolhian-succeederl a eliih 1n. his ha mi: and Thoinp- Ilalfour at the Otfjcf, he lay awake. In the nVdOle; of 'the surprised (6 doma acr6ES a bill wonderlnK if anyone would ever had been .sent in for 'the supply the truth if he; told H; breakfast On' inrcsligaiinj: the matter he foiled that M, BISHOPS STORY... came dowi to hU offifce al the UK Is a atory told by the bishop possible faour, and Ua.d his Wljen'bc was in To- servfd'td him' -as he transacted (he last time a' merabtr of ono iness. his audiences told Him fhal he had Rot if Mr. not blm speak fourtepn years before about early rising he certainly Ixmdon. and rcmnnbered. only one about golf. And ILC Mid. '_ hangs ;i (aie. Qne day. tit was told me that fourteen y Mrs for a. train fw WinJaor at the bishop, '1 related the story d aintlon. Jle waa carry leg old woman who fell from 'a' ent, golil-hendlfct nmt'rella, and as windqw Jn the ebglractedly i round, hl3 hend. and wns picfceti up dearf. CfniRht alght.ot a cork lying on aided that t bad wild -I" went It platform, blivlously forgetlins neighbor and 'I atr aurronndings! he strolled towards Mrs. Jones was not prepared. cork, took -fin. a correct. AlUtutift, had received this rfrply: Yjti.'ycs murtc a splendid drlvp with the cork Jaat as he did so his umbrella know sht was. as afet passtf my window, in her (ill I htarti her and A porlhn o( U