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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta POSTER WOULD BE MAYOROFTORONTO One-Time Butcher's Boy to Stand on Usual Platform of Parsimony. SPENDS COIN FREELY Achie v c H is A mbili a ns Hero of Those Who Dis- like Paying Taxes. M ROM butcher, boy to Toronto's HoarJ ot Cdutrol. and from Uoard.bf Con.trol lo chair, is no amall achievement In nmn's life, and yet Thomas Foster, Ihe civic economist, lias not only marie part of ascent, but U Aniblllous to make Iho rtst ol the grade- Wbethtr his run-in vrllh" 'Alderman Samuel Mc- Dilde In'the last City Council meeting In which he declared doughty Sam to be "the bEg-gest liar and tn- litcd Mm.to go ipto another room and flirht it out with baro fiats w'1' Mm or.not rtmainB to be seen. "As a Ugure In municipal the [dntro'.Ier has haJ'a: rather remark- nb.e curler. To EtAn a poallton on.the cl'ty's Ci'tiijitlve body has not been'.an easy task, a nil only a few of his lieu- tenants In Ward Two can tell how dif- ficult It hW bee a for him to satisfy hla ambitious as cdrainistra- tor. Jt Tvin in ifin that he made his dc- BOB'S EARLY DAYS IT nas an ot thwse who follow tho hum- ble walks ci 'life that led Manager R. J. Ktemlnis. oJ Toronto Street RalJway, rc- .cently to laka.hlc in t motor car to the old cottage Mved on Oerrard fltrtet caat. to 'let from whit humble cJrcum- he Ind rlien to be manager of a group-of the leading corporattona of Cam Jt was nor In the striigjfle that'll- J.'vrJsheVl" to to bis but merely the necessity ot keeping their feet on tho ground no matter bow fortune. fialleJf upon them'" and how achievement boosts them -up- -Wh'en" you get' tht ME 'ttti-' Ins. just take A run down and look at this cottage In which your father "onca tlie Rood adVice it Is "Id Mr FlemJoK gave, to hbi boys, roller Foster Is motor cars aa an nip roved- moans of ItranMicl'injr' civic >uslness cent roller to pot a-Bto'p to all" forma of Joy-r'ldint and hud "City of Toronlb" printed in bold white- letteri on ibe_aides o( Hit mo- tor Fur o. ilir.e'Wa 'hid 6 fcffeci, AJid the cam were ueeA clualvely for civic II uf time works vrondere. and ratepayers are less critical than the controllers civic heads can go' Joy-rJdlr.s: with thJir their tto-s are labeled "City of Toronto." The.- fusa raised about this Innovation. spent itself, but while It. lasted the controller obtained lot bf'frca ad- vertising....... .For some time Iho Civic Works De- partment to .the i.'.Wr slaughls of the- coiitroiler, and In the course of time the reorgAijiiSitJon wna brought about. Old 'officials retired, j others wcn> reduced "In position, -and. others left for pastures ncvf. .Ot.lier departments arc'riow-under-the ftre uf tho cqnli oiler, aiitj Urr.e wilt only tell how effectively hla attacks "produce tho of ihoueands of Toronto's citizens ihe controller Is "a very .valuable memwr of the Board of'CobtrAL_arid Inline inds of olhtc. th-JuSands" "his; prcs- nce on the board i? a. ce to ch-lc prosress; atid tchlcvemenL -HavicB.-tasled of- the municipal.; sqthjiig daunt Controller Foster In'.hll .tleilre to ome o. -Ufa p'jrso'-strinEa will loosen, halls A KING WAS CAUGHT TilK-KING OK DENMARK wai ia- Ihe other day made centre ar.4 the hero of an amuslDg motion picture scene. Ills Majvsiy was, it the time with the Queen and brother- Iri-law, Grand of Mecklert- burR-iichwerln and tho Grand and was on a cruiie In the Ko'arid I aboanl bis steam yacht. iha.Dannc- brop. unexpectedly landed tbe popular Hornbak waterlnE Moving alont the the iwrty came upon a parfy conslBtlnjj of a dozen young ladles In airy beth coBtumeii playing cs mermalda Ii Cite eta. "v Promptly the Klr-s entered Itjto an Inttreat-rd con venation wllh the jnana- gtr. of the motlyti picture outfit, anc forgql all cbvui the inennaLJs. They In their turn, "bad had enough the pea for tl.o time being, ar.d became cur- ious to Irspect Illuslrlyca visitor at a llttlo closer thpj' tnbp-xl on. to tht wnds where they surroundsd the' papular King." This.was tog much for the operator, A FUNNY SUP Will I J: English 1. peikliiK of J'arllajnenl mucb to Itam fruin the'-r Krench-kpeahlctf collcasuts' In ihe mastery of lamsuauw. the Utter particularly in ffi uuollDif slanir ami SHylnee." One day. 'Ho'lL Eodolphe-Leinleux. him- self a of both lan- Buagea. waa ensued In one of. nls periodic wllh Hon. XxrjJi PhUlppe Peltfeiler. his as Poalmasttr- Qentral, Ferdinand Joseph Ttabldoux itaUenily to .rescue of the Minister. -Whenever the honorable member fcr RouvlUe hli rroulh." Mr. Itolil'loux gravtJy Informed Ihe Speaker, "he puts his, foot In 'the rauii." POSTER, be Mwd, e w, ngagedf and thai el aatendW'coinblna- but-In tht City Council after a hard fought' tha-Councl -With- hla-raan-Sherlock ani1 a littltf band "of .fallaful workers, en promlsea'of monetary reward, obtained bl sefit'iri out playing the. game o fin" and His Inflora ts rasponslble fo his.present Btatua.In.thft, municlpftl Uf cityi ond Vbtle others; -woul have dlitoyraped with the iium ber of reverses he Jias .ft iio-llmc controller glvo up hop or desire to be tht Chli >taErittrato. Money T'llK chars-? rof. so 'freqtientV, Icvcllefl head of tho" controller1 do'ea not apply when- Jt to clvio-elftcltona. Sr4o member of tha .City. .Council spent- more more yuletly, than the bne-liaao'butcher'cnd preeentpros- peroui-UndJdrd. -Ivijat the controller failed and cents In the.carYinEr of .and mutton he.hAs.auccccpfQlly accumulated rrom.his real eslRteand has turned to good ac- count' the'ao savings In tho gratify Ing of anibltlcm in- th6 -munlctpal artnu. The at. Centre Island la only rfhV ol the many outlets for the reserve c'isb-'than thfe controller has stored, and when ambition bturt, gr'atlflc'ti'In" one of adven- mader 'or the con- troller to look for new worlds to con- Some whfn municipal .polt- the control- ler turned Ms'alt'c'ntloh to the federal .aronn. looked- longingly; towards Ottawa. the Dominion nndJiopqO that bf liSIIcfl ai of Toronto In thfi House of To Kratify-suoh en ambition WAJ not an rosy matUr." Mr. Kemp and oth- er stnu'nch' Conse'rvallvts were In or the- grouryJ .floor had te Horie before men could bo noil.a clear road made ti UiE'lfoirto' of Commons, -Undauntei thft controller hta Tnoral ond fl. nancial "support lo the organteing1 o nn Independent Consen-attve AsjEocln of Toron to and for a lines of nrrttif-iinccd In the ninka L. DENMSON'S WIT KING Gtorge WM .onca wilting upon the plMform uf a countO' station Alt- A' train arrived. Suddenly a chwrful. called to him "HU Sir, irill you five me a hand The voice belonged to prtat. red-faced farmer's wife. who T.-as sinjggllng to'open the rtaffe door of Ihe fourth-clacs com- partiner.L The fclng forward turred the handle of tV.e wrlat: and the vrlfe fell Into his arwi aj limt aektb-r. "Win you lUt down thot and box for Without more ado the klm did what hs WRB asked. cnrrlni bos to the waiting-room. Meanwhile his d-jltp, who had gonw off to find a Wort and buy newepartni, returned to. find Hie king quarrrlelip with the peasant woman over a Up "which he had fuaed. King Owrge. Qreece thus slmpli- 'obtained popularity aj AlK he only galptd In Iwt_ rea- ct his life hla .own country. 1U Ni- ls one of those remarkable wo- men who never grown old. Htr energies have never greatly dwlniled.- but to bcaj again the that aav liti through manifold enlerprleea In-' Epires her afresh. She the Lady who at uny moraent may do the 3nd s-irprlslng thing. And U fell that some particular event mark 1he resumption of a style cliffs htr with of acllorf, arnoas thejn one. at any rate First Lord. ol the v.r.y learned the art of k'ctioa at her kne--. .Miss Jennie well known n for beauty and a charac- er btfore she adopttd Ungland as her own And although she adopted' Eng- hind wllh more heartiness and convic- tion, than do many Imported Ameri- cans, shfc kept, and keeps, something of the Stales tioih In her jnind and manner. It was only in American iVl THE .SECpNP ROpND R. JOHS' on the WHIU--' Chief accompanied by a notice' explaining "MeiedltlV j "he was' tils turned "by a youny Christian's wonted" silrrtiiJf! Si who. kept', about aiso "j" -ear of th-j'.rooin: HE KNEW HIS catted out -the Chief SIR had just tahSed In seeing for get" a gnm, dropped In a cent, tbiit gl'.'e the knocked It to pieces to In- "i'oung out-the Chief Justice, "you are rcakfng_a greaudeal .are you "Your replied ,lHo young HIS 'grpatesC ftdvcrtlping merit a a the UoarJ of Con irof is uporj all fortiN o clvhVexpenditure, .and ns this polk meotf .with. Uic' approval of' who hates lo pay butci .it la not dl flcult'.'to fJn.d frltTids upon "ivhom th controller .cJin for. support ft municipal The" tnere pug Kcsdoit that rte1eKMes.be sent to.con venftons' or committee.-, be'.Pint o missions of investigation, arls upo tho.cohtroller aJj-a red rag fires t' linaglnatloTtof .Kyen lo Iho c lent of'rfifuslnp (o hear Ms chare hntilcs nt, or Improving cU collccttng InJTorm liori f tho con t rof I will c'ei Mftisolf resolutely a'pafnsl I cxpcnrllltirc of the money of lha in the1 ll for rionthSj and you will e. :JS MOTHER am trying to find It." said the paopla citen ,ln here Ithout makfng ,all that olstufbanoe'." ;.r_v._.. Tfter "day" picked 'men; off .regularly Thin nerves of the coluTO.n.- and native soldier volunteered In turn to stalk the. stal- ker. General.' Wlllc6c5iK consented, and a lattr, was astonished to find the.' Vojajer." approach' tearing the ,thp_ -.Tha gent-rat looked "pjlm Mrophy In dlsituGt and askei3 tRft rnatj hpifl" he had managed It y It was was the startling reply native. my. father! and knew his. THREE SUFFICIENT.'', :V IOAFKTV la the goal for whlch'we w builders .now On-ine" Wright nctnl: "The present precarious %typ.e of acroplane'layn open to too'inaiiy jokea. doctor advlsed'is..dys- peptic patient the other day in (or DvlalloH. '11 will eilr'ycu 'tho doctor saiOL "It win do you 'And" how much you advlas mo MXed, three drops-rot, n doctor answered. ____......-story' CfiehL When the- new of-France returned .to j h'ouie'jn the Rue Commandant Martin' after.Kis-eltctloo neglect- Inir'-thc official, perswi-j'es present, In front of thenij-.li. and then cheek nmkrkad clear: thai you have noriindfrrtakeD. too dlf- pu'itrE lob You 'were so lefeV'aft i'thought, yourself, you 'ti 'C ANCEliELT; PRAYER and "author, officiates at the wedntn--! that take place'Iri and about Oalt. .Recently a couple qu'.tB sSrnnse to Mr. Knowles frr him" to-perform the mtrrl- cgv them. As-waa his cdstoiii. he offered a fervent prayer. Invoking the divine Meatlne upon MARYLAND HER LITTLE MOTHS' Caused a Com'ihoJion m'Pcnnsylvania, Which Was Scarcely Warranted. n> HERBKBT cohBY. WASII1NGTOX. Kei.t. 11..' T .'jER narao Is Mabv She wrote h ntco little nolo (rwh tlarerfonl, lo Ihe Durcau Entomology M the Deporlmcnt of Asrlcuitiire, 'moths J caught Iht other TO'" kltidlr'Jcll-rne. iyli.-i> Ihcy nrtr Whereupon llie ljurcau'of Enlomoloey from Its several 'anJ tesan to ?Iary hnd found Iho trown tall moth Itt, reniuylMnln. nnrt ncver of btforf. A' brown' (all io dm trees as n forest fire. No7 one Vnows liow many of dolinrs have been spent In fighting him. If 1 Is giggling up his. "OpI" nalil the centurions of the bureau. "Dent It to Pennsylvania ind (liid otil nil ntiout t'Ms Jreadtul thing." So that fl of swflrhied oit Haverford Ing. Other bug heard the tlre.-ulfu] news and jlavc'rford. For n.week young men stumbled tdrough Its streets, their' tycs fixed 6n the, trew., .The poekeU o( (he young men bulged with butterll! poison boltlei. They hurtled freniledly, but Iney could find no iiiothV .At they looked un Man': .they trusped. Tell us whert you caiight 'I '.......ie with m i iiign. me ITOMJI IMVUIJ. j said Maryi "I broUEht-them home with me from Mnlne." Alexandra was "Btealifix the hoars of her sleep and 'manlfeillnrrmore Than 'an the che "from the stlft lor "2 A WEAt-THY BARMAN. who l? 'ler.jViit'at'th'e of a Plillcdel- phla Kofk'h'iiB-Jds'O'jih'erlU'ii" from ah'.eccenlHc'imcle, wh'o haj, however, Imposcd-.on some traordbary years o: not U thirty will he come irilo Dl the prlncipa Bum, and" theii only "providing he staya employed at th position'he .occuplei' vheri ''he learn that to 'rny forturitV'Henc he conllnue tO'dlGpenae whisk aim soqa ana-'coclttalls for the next al years Trealthy man. He ITflll" however.' receive a Tcry good Income to inalie up (or the tant- allzlnr situation; according lo the -rill, whtlerV podlcll further provl- rion that If he "reapectaoly" before-January. J.t; I'll, he Is to're- ceive- aii 'adaitlontl from estch of tko liinlj to I ol the administration of the. Mlatt.- ONE "MAN DUTY THOUOH .Hr. Churehlll couid "hardly'he u a humorouj spenker, he poisesnea a very piVum'of.'He tells the atory nt o sp'eaker who'JId hli best It. be tun- ny, butVho was quite unable (lo pfo- a'smltt amongst Ms audience. :Hs ran dlsappbtnied at Uils stale ol affairs.- and after "an attempt at a paused and T had iroukl have laughed it by a ixall m 1 cave this con.Ulbullpn thanke and remarked. .Tour. geKeroilly. U raosl prompt. _and'youJkjiow .the. pro erb. "He give's twice glvei ly.11' "That is to say. I they are apt to giv he quick fiver another touch on the' .vco'nd "round, T-, F.' B. JpHN'BTON; Ihe we. iL. Xno'wn Toronto iR-tvyer, -was by a friend' the olher day 'In th street, laden with a 'lot.of .law book i-bintlng at the friend-sal member ol the family who would dared or cared to go round Blenheup or the fun of overhearing tht ot the But lei an to catch American, tttr. disguised with an old cloak, andla }laedcker. did do the tour orthe plo- turo !n company 9? un- witting compatriots, "liy, what pop- py eyes Ihete Churchtlls have got! ahc heerd.a woman, from West exclaim, after eoir.g the of the' family oortratta I you carried all that itutl In your 60." -quickly'.-replied ..Mr. John stoh. a are- for :REY. KXOWLK8. At they teemed to be worthy folk and not" overburdened with this wonaV goods, -.tie piv.yed. among other things, ior-their material pros- besought the Ixjrd to rrtally Increase- tlie.man> business, laying much1-stress on this point. In finfr.g- oul. the blanks H .became ni- eeaia'ry' lo ftsk the man his buplnepz, ths said, "1 a telling this Jtory to his wlfo af- said tint :'-the occupatloo hi whispered.- you anawe ON Bui "ihe Judgi Didn't Believe .It Until He the Victim Himwlf. on or apptrlalnlni to U not Itt G tht Iluroau ossault and bat-: tery. "Q. B. S." explained that hie habit ivas to eat other people's offered "unfortunate dead animals.and and was so forced to leave table hunary. A Drop m FWd T best I old, she herself la' to' blaiie." her book'conlatr.e a of ooic which', If It followed ule of Reminiscences, would cMgto one of tbe things worth hould I not tell all that (n her Preface; awl all thai told by a Itvlag .wilt-. er of living people must amount U verv liltle, ably .to Knllh. that fill the, pars. "ome books of Sodely recollecUona hat wo know. And she Is aroutlif. She bersell l> tor; of her accident in the ku.nUnir when she disappeared In a teemed to the riders behind to fsllcn under, her Among h-xpp-n-d 19 be her huaiband, put murt allow her to the anesiotf In her own words. "Ranaolph Sp and thinking I was .hurt, .eliea my nasX and. in tne of Ihe momml, emptied H.. The Wkf was that 1 had the fall, Ike whb has watched al qusrlers an election meant In ;