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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^,�:o'fihe Catia- ion h L A.W-�^.I^' li'n'd-'.tffelr. moralltJes^- subject i^uJ.-\VJWE3^?wp.o*v�'� �*f;"!arllame5t,^,anaJitj,)q'pa,f iii'af Ihaf this should be-''tho-ca80;i. because lawyers form'a largo DroBP^'Uon In the. njem-horshlp of"' that august but human body. While the delate on the Mac-aonald eleotlon was. In progress this 'm wm' ' M ' - "' "MC^^^ H A 1? late* ^-boen.''a4^^ilni^�llj(48^ fllfe^^ of thcpe^ce Jn. maV^ViUsh ';:ti:&*^^ lawyers have tallfeS 'irf �^n'^SbpVSIjrtf;4traIn until membelrs hav^ beSti|h"6;.bdV|a; anjl Sir Frederlrk "BanbUiy,C%Vj�eW, moved to cry out'fpi*;�(li->ab>i�g'J5Q;C''Aa�n8 and penaltlfttf " ' ' ' h>: >M' courts-'(Sfv JHitJJiV;r^M&9^3^5' Stuart Samu6^/-by,.�^^4onf*a^ri4�lr^^*n6r" who cfirr^nt tfesaron a^^dlttetence arose oHrer' the's#elght"lQ.>til( allflwed to afffdavit^. 'The tlbWs'-VifoSufcod affldavl'ts from '^h^^'fflS^^^yhV had'ljioTi'imprlsoDed by fllle ,Spbiin Gwerament, and wno ^ere '^j;eleas^d; "iBlH'njpsfe- Ijj3tan06s. 'without trial, ' Hon. Robert Rogers replied Wltiratrida^lts-frpm three tnen whci fiad-been oehcerned' In haying 'the ii4�e'std maac.' ^ ' ut''' 8d i>X Geoigie, Fowler.itwhoiclalfaed that It was, quite;. |3!je,pgviali.tWMB*i'o)r lawyers to, draw vr. tHo affidavits In thetr'^n Ifta^iiBge. but Mr. P.iigsley countered by quoting a Indecision of the Wfew B��Uriawlil5? ^u'prenie 'Court thft^the'pt&otlt!^ lit atieiitloh 'w^% oi^ln to supDldlou. -i*,?^-  ,^^u|t);Suoh ^ipp^ites'as-thlg are arW-Ipw everj^^d^yUn the war of wor^da that oea orf'ln th^XJijBeri Chamber.-but pei*;? )Sitlle mdst'ftmiislng Instance dtjiitif Claims whio ,whtf( rtfbfi'* 't'lje'cS .'8 se ' putb 1^ Q^e^inJ It were, leadera of >, to. the^rpTqutt .. .The, object: oflaUitBlS'w does ridt:>oftenfi;(g)ite^ln�tiiat' It w��i> commo^" pi-actlce ffor MrV9^"�^'�^r *"* endiaVor, tcP'coV'Ji|v)!'�JByery^iposslb ground otpbjfeptloi"' his case," ' But there was J\'Ur. 1^. ay I. 3tatembiit.tS�' L ' afiytltlng. against him. In the-iorm.:iof:>aiiythjpg he liver said before Iti tlie Hotfse"'6f Commons. He has lost" much tun oh that score Consfetenqy in^ Politics is one � of .'the lostTvlrtues/ :' E(ej i^Hp-strives to-achlevo It, would be IjetteV employed In a will o' the yrisp''hupt. When he finds It, he will have It'tibi Crossed the Rubicon" '' Y?7HBN-Tom'*Whlte, flhatibler.'lft Tpi' W . ronto, crossed'the'-RublcbtP-bn' 1;he reciprocity question Jn -the -year of our Lord 1911, there wore those who accused him of dlverft things Self-interest was the chief.^count. Into the debating chamber the charge, wag brought. The lightning.pjayed about ;the head,rof. thevpolitical noVltse; but It dfd not'para'lyzeJhim^' >.HlS:,tongU6 .was unloosed and'Tt^e Celt In him becanie triumphant, and thus did Tom White leave; thS^LIberairi'andybecomo'.Con.-: isorvattve -ii{;st speech In the onr- ;?UTs,>by.,. 'n!o:..?Aeati's stated -as the French' arevsb , fond, 8f. saying *11 est: arrlvS.''^�.-.,'?,�;: ;:4.'r�)l!A'- ' - :,^:Mii'iB''than-f iftyiii?6lil Sent, of t-h'6 pre-s^iit cabitiet i^; tffr|i-ffih BeScent:' This' stidurdy^ie^'lK 'an,^^nt well-9rdore^ Governments. -Tom^hlto is Irish, bottt-.'vsides : atlff^^'f^resbytcrla^ 'a When Charles'^iftfl'gRj? one"day; accused^'Premier ;'Bbrafeit of nefrleeting; the ?vast Presbyterlatti.body in fbttalng' his Cabinet,ihe..fQ^g'crt'Whlte.^' But thcr .Finance Minister na^W fwgets"He 'J8,:;� :shlp,ipJ{,iexjinyjIqj.ftjE.,rtho. feOPH, oft the training LOf:.IrIgt\,jPresj3yterlani3m.; rib. may'.hiyei^ (^ecfare that Ire swallows In ::tQto: the."docjlrine of :predes-: '.tliatlQtt 'br ^� ought- to . choose-:'COUT'*^y 'Tyrone In Ulster as the birthplace of theti* children. ' - . " ^ His Career fh Toronto lyyjANY- 6;ements/ha,ve. gone to make l^jl White a succes^. Hie career In Toronto-before ooralhg to Otta\ya can ,bf .^diyicledJhto. three phages: Ho was : a things; learnt the artiof^sL-ifrcoritrol, arid the.'.besiuty if'^keepirif" cool As" a law stud�nt ,iieslfwt:.mBtl>rlcal: events,' orystaUlzed .Into, bodesV'and finance 'then, rounded: 'hiTfi ofE"' White Is a big man becanse h6 has alwiayi been in touch wjth .big lhIp.gsl-:(..He^learnt.'the ;lesson 'of leaving p|f inj time. When a man remains one profession he becomes an'^XpePt' and stupW; He Is" quoted as 'authority arid loses flavpr Dry.-deh%alntea the rnpdel man "'whovwa's eveffthlng-by turns, and nolAlng, long andi^ln the course of one revolving mbbii" was;a;.i:chemlst,, states?nan;;!^ dle?F,'an"d buffoon." / .,7 ' ' - men Interesled., ln[. T.,?iii ifhisiM^yg^jiai Canadian pplltlcal life has been more than aji Incident. It has been an event. He has come to pnlve tiuds-tlons not In a party sense, i The fartjr ous Ollbertlan generalization abotit hlra Is untrue. He was nbt born either n little Liberal or else ft I'Utte Conservative, Of White o-s of another Irishman it could bo said: "Ho did not, llko most of us, pass through tho stage of being a good party maii on his way to the difficult business of being a good man." ' An Interesting Specitnen THE men in the press gallery have found White an Inteirestlhg specimen. lie was formerly one of their Ilk. Few men bear continual Inspection, not even o king. .So he often rides In a closed carriage^ But the eye of the Parliamentary corre spondeht Is ever focussfld on the figures a few feet below.him;. He; notices more than he tells*. White"? actions are always noticeable, even when ho Is doing nothing,; His.profile.frotii the gallery is suggestive. ,. of......Lloyd George. There Is the'same wide aweejj of the Bide face from the.temple arch to the back ot the head. It loakeii tho body seem, too: small to carry Iti There is the same mischievous ismlle about the corners of; the moutii tind -the lurking gleam In the gr^y- eye.. Ai a: child, he -must .havcj'-.lauerhad' rtipi'6 than:ho cried. , But"yet.' Ilka all 'merry meni! Tom White. take*.life  seripuslyi His hair Is.much' slJyerBd:;Slno6--'hb came to hold the money.'bagdr>'.SAllihll wrlnkles were: nDt.furr()W6d,'b:('|.l^uifhv> teK; ^e hits hada' hara>odditb!trSV6iS but he foHowed the'staft.. '** r - ; 'The portfolio of finance, ifir^theiiub'^ of the Government. It glyes.,'aa'so; for the axle, also. But'JTbm.Whltdsis lie revolutionary. His >w*lrst i-hUdket speech signified thab.andi ]KlSi revlSlbii of the Bank Act :^royed-;ilt..i.,I^!e;:his well withstood the^temptatloiiitb'pSn-der to any one class of .ilhff'ooftjintin-Ity. He has made -himself? Interegtlii^ -Because :.ha;i bass: everybody- guessing -butcher and baker.r banker.�^id,,all add-the.question:'m^rk.In'::i)p6ir-Ing Tom. :WhltB.>^WlUEi.:haj'revise the tariff? -'WIIli;he^grant;Btee^.-;�:bbui>tleBt Wh^t wlllfhesdoiViiv'^utSOPQvthJhgiilie SILENCED V TI-I.B Right Hon., Wliiston Spenoer , : Churchill knows how, on ooca-' slon, to silence dissentients in a heated assembly. ;' Once, when addressing a big poUtl-cal meeting In the North, the present ;, First Lord of the Admiralty was .fre-.v; quently disturbed by a man who PB|!--, slsted in shouting "Liar! Liar!" Mr. Winston Churchill bore vrii^ , this, despite the indignation of his , supporters on the platform, for some ^' time. '�'� voice, ho will save himself a lo.t?.j�i^;,; trouble." if;/';;. A. DUKE'S DUTIES THE DUICB OF DEVONSHIRE! ;the heavy,, drowsy appcaraiy3,�ii;� which was so . characteristic oi. Wfjv:. uncle. fiut, as in the case of hU,;';'; famous relative, this appearance Is de;!;', ceptlve, for It conceals shrewd coiii';?,. monsense and a readywlt. The ;Duko on one occasion took,;av: Chicago heiress Into dinner. ThVi-i^ lady was astonished at his clever can;. veral ,prJlyai^sl6ti%te leave, who harf Xijp ;|^#t^_ .celebrating,^ eot^ past -the'chorus, and before long the orowi 'was, augmented by a couple doz�^ itHtfSedgfe 0^ ^^,rid:'th6v.0v�W.llf+A5�(*�.'.9.fl!�J'>V4', ihe platform' etri.d'- wrpt^ 'JWfeH.kwell, l^t. tut," ejaculated p^e '�Conseirvatlya leader. _ "I am iDde^^ sur-jipW�d�,X't8^d rid Itlek ho was'thaUcind San^,ft,^n. ,Indeed''pand^.:WW^ ^�atiy' sUffpectln^ ^Walked-blowly-ts^flrds, the msin{ �^W;ffih'lt was the Bible. ,Mri Wbltnby'V'surprlae! was most enot-, mpua;- but U^vas greater still men spm-�frtinR'l*e'thls fell on his eor^: j n'saV 33iOk (tbe .other newapwtP t^lanV. blank did Whitney get thai .hlrtnl?ely�Wftnl� r�fercneltH�ffi: t;' lu' ' 1 g It Vi \mm V Mil Is I. tall ) luri , ilS^I 711 Ij >\t 1/ n 1 ins/ ve h&V'al^fcjJ III 1 if nan  1 h afgff^ eyf of his I'-Bp'o'nsl^^^ acted as^rfiawirS SeorctiVirffoSa^ I'l.Bnn ff-rt^l Up|Mo'u�it^a^ -,,,,,^^,,.... . ..................................^.^ :iJhl,nfefcH'ini^.Sn:eYen-;y�**^^^^ trgm the various regiments. -^'^ ;wt�^;([p, dodge a subpoen^; W;,npo;ttip: Mr.-'Hanna heard the noise a?^ pfogesa. ge-rvei-a b^egln ^ap^ln^ ^rbvi^dj turned ovef on Uls cot. Next raornlj^g .J-flbp^vf D'8( pj:.ei|nlses..^4j'>^Yl,ng Plnk he asked Polonel CJark what, the rumV j*apiM - ho _ cajls ' ;^rf;,C9j^ple, .^f '"^raald Hugh.- .and he. ney^ to''� 'jbhVa Tdg fa^thlj^f h^^^ qrabked'^-smile, "ril find out.^ ^"^^ "^^M"* %L put>and gathered a coterie ^ "k^e^^ ��^P'� ^T^^,"^^^^^ fefep^e; rniti arid offic.^ -tii^r'f i^^?^y-^^^^"m^^^:^^^ ,'hlV'guest-9 tent for the fun. When M^'^^ "^fl^f s.mllijr^oo^dUlona jjtgtl '..^ere .qbmfort?ible.Huph:atarted.:,. .;-:^:54� '^-Dld yo� know tjaat Hanna was givi'i ,^S?^:^T^^i^T' '''f^^^^^iH ^ ,en,:,a,:4Vndpv8,'-py?^'nouse>of: m ii.iic'crt "I MJ-vorut pr^ffii. and ..t Ch sUifl. Id-;.*, in'adaj'-liflSSi be has close JlMni?tS5Pttl5'*k'M|S 'mm ind I .'i.'H to lou'icfi^tTi 3 wou; .il m ciilflcerr^roS.idi,iiccb!-l_n-J Kipurp'aita of ti>e,courftrj|vii^'^ Ml' ail III jcKefeliPi t r tev 1 rr" to\ni for i I 1 ToUn, . V III iiu Till ors, 1 in Idrr nocKefeller') dlp^gre,e"|ih|| lvo-been..': ,arH, but ^or-idid .church.ana Wllll/iiprVltei hl� club Ijohn tolls folUs t1}g.t,� tue , will i bo '1 111 lua . nna.sbf!:-"olce(], iWt**lr lit as t'cy ea- in thp ;