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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OF QUEEN'S PARK Williim fvlcDinald of North GERARD DID HARD JOB WELL MAN IN RUSSIA BUBBLES WITH HUMOR Pioneer.1 Advocate Suffrage Going .Dernpr.jal. Who Quite PROFESSOR SAVED MANY LIVI-S lie Out l-lb Bcil to Suv'c e dwell From Dcalh. oaic of the Rujjion .Tear la Not Dcino ciatic t'nough. Joy Weekly cay bout J. Oe'rurJ, AiuVrlniu Am- lo Ocrminy broken vfC iwo 'ew Vert, wrliM ia Paul X Mllyukoff. Hussla'a er .MlnlatVr Foreign AffaLra: i On October l: 1913, nrrlveJ n .onJon n 'AmcrLcm n" upbii wh'oiii.' yvo iremc-nrtoua evciUu Ihat wero one of Ihf Cabin t-t. L rpialns vr ,ha( clay, nml tLe.pnrl lio tlietn, all eye's The academic eipertences of the wo men ore was educated In "Mo j cow Uni us o( Mr. Jcvmc.i (JernrU, tho versity and became Icc Ambassador' rlitraonllnary and Min- Not a Demagogue tlilincflon, ,as writer of -hooks T-vOES'alliyukott possess tho alerl std unnollred by tho general public. unchronlclcsl by Ihc press. boldness 10 take fidvrnitagd 01 as a popular lecturer. Dut'hls Hberal brought him visitations from, his utnitEt to inako, Iho mosi rounds and seeing Ihc ike any most buoyant hopes led him to L-OH -.Charlie Pow loots _ _ _ _ .than when he 'firsl House twenty years apo; but these aro ex- ceptions. McDwialJ. In e'plte of tils 'fifty-five years >rid his Erey lockj. Is probably the, >icsl youthful and unsophisticated' mem- ber of the Itou-e, It ever a. boy had a pood tUno In a swimming pool, .McDonald hfir-ceU-fn Ihe of statesmanship. Ills constituency Is one of thosa altered in 19U by re- distribution, and a largo Conser- vative majority confronted him In Ihe new boundaries." In this difficult situation, bovevcr, his youthful buoyancy 5ived his political life; the ordinary" "would hava quit In despair, byt McDonald rushed Into the: contest with-all tbq-zesL of a and 'won'out by a majority of It is the gVneral opinion In Ui ''McDonal will ba'cne of the principal, member "lo "benefit personally from the com Ing-of woman's -suffrage. -Not onl lias h? n! Ihc pioneer advo cateV'of the reform In the llouio was the first.liberal member to In IrodpCei a-bill right o franchiser and one of received iLs second reading this ESS-; slon Is but he has always been popular among Ihe "women o( Bruce of .his high 'character "and Ideals, his attractive personality, and his 'Interest In and all matters of social i 'Ciovernniehi J-IousV dollars." sang, "for a rug for Goverrnienl House nd nol a cent. (or. (lie fanners and flftj ollars (or curtains for n ths ball room of Government Kou-e mA not n. cent (or the farmers c: There 'were several otht: equally fooJ. Including .refer ince lo the c.Tpefidilures In Govern ment House on garmeDt'tknyera an res. He Is ncliher a demagogue "noi vjslonary.. Ills hnaelnnflph does nV boots. ordlnnry tourist on o. visit for Iho first, lime 16 England's capital. Then he left U5 to tako up the when vfr broke out months lulc-r, probably ore onerous than nny Minister ot n eat power haa ever been' called >on to perform under Hko clrcum- ances. "-Xviiat'-Vas 'expected aa'that he should at n iment'fl notice the Vri'- In lho-cnpllalv'6t Is a -humorisi of he front rank; much of his j humor la "-unconscious and bubbles out froin an unfailing" spring. lie la" one OL-. those' men who nerer-talk to empty benches. One ertning week he surpajsed. even his previous record with two speeches oh different ffubJecLk wllhln haJf an on Important matters and with a "eriona underlying purpo53. The first was an attack on cantra.llzj.Uon In. the .Department of Education, and on the faddlsm which.ho claimed of the reEDlla. (le "was eaptclally critical of the Elyle of papen and quebllons required of the pupils In and, he Ihe Jlcnise-Eiornc "Draw and paint a bos of one of the questions, "Why don't they teach the'children." to grow them uked McDonald. "Draw and paint tho wild carrot In don't they teacrl-the children to rnll excellent Enellsh, are published un- der the .title of "The Tlusstan llityiihoff returned fo Hus- after hts slay'In America he found H was used by Francis Joseph when his first praclametlpii organized under the leadership 5sTTnipcror of'Ausirla. N'6 Eooner oi-Prince lAoff. 'He'thtew himself Into the work of organizing for psll- the" lowns, so that the proletarians might co-operate wilh ilia' -'other liberal bodies. "ii-r 1 'I'suspect-that Meat's'apmevrhal fet- tered by the belief that srlrw very slowly Indeed. hal- anced rrien; he unprepared for sud_ den .Ealllea and .'tlie hold :-rislvlne'o id he slgEicd Ine docuineni ihan. the en fell from h la .Hand, spluiierlnK ikjall over, the floor. "I hope th-s niaj- not prore an un- orlunate omeri rout aid the Court Chamberlain as he picked -It up. Ihe bro- her oC tVancls Joseph, who was also present, mento of an historic .occasion, "and It Ihc dj for the pen as a me- to him years later, wllh Ihe same pen, ho si-jntd the proclamation appointing Mmseir Kmperor of. throw.- llencc th EByOl back sliding Ihat the ciereme radicals levi -a' prbclaoia.Hon h, as la ivell Knoirn, led to his -death very shortly eiecuied'e MeiJcans, and his wife' went _ rnad lth grlef. It'la not on record Into pos- session the iwn has now pas'eoV algcntlcmnn bled from the outer wbrjd. "bu lUUsf-Eay Vvip'founiV greater -fellow reeling clsewhero. Wy habj blcn nrid" Ahoug everybody beside ma look a warm In In Us perambnlatlon, hobod lolnetl In pursulL" folk. replied one of "his ''D'ye kc what I saw A man just "asra cable car'wi ln'. and the drlrcr' otopiwd ;lh car and sprinted away doonithc roa efter it- Can ye beat .Ihat In the V- The said he realfy cbiilun't' Hope, tho of Destiny, of-Dcallny nut only for Ocnnnny, Imt for for Ihe'entire world." McAdoo Big Man of Wilson Cabinet Convinccf o'lmlrj? Was Ready for WafPhwge. I Cavell "r-f'a .that'Is dub "i'wb'stever ".nrhbltoralloh has lot of nur-prlson ra of In "the various iriternmen amiJs" tliroughout 'ianyVllrlUili lives havo hroujjji J'usl'Bdotl. offices will 'pro be knoirn. In- the'Vas Uul'ihefauU In Ihi nstancc; .needless -lo eay.-npnc In lliii'o of crisis .the ciuncr and lilo.illsl must plvc '.Tray lo tlic-mr-n of ncllon, ts "thp NcW York Tribune lo the effect of tho war iariy Calilnel l-i Q'. SicAdon.y.lhp Proaldcnl's son-lu-law, and.sWrciary of the f 61 thft CorpDiaUon 1 of iM'itlctn 10 prciinl Mr. 1 UoyJ with Hie of In n KoM caihet It iLii-filt of the lima Of another nt thnn a hundrM unil yinri mo, uiiui It lllerally fol'l boxrj" on ntiOlhrr llrll- Ifli the ono who, though ho lulu in hiii yravo in WeglnilrnK-r Abbey nlb'h n century Km I a half, mm IJP on Iho tha i noil povvritul MlnUlcr who over held away In llrllnlii. To my mind. Uicro la n very ntrotiK linllnrlty betwrfii tKo i'Mci IMlt ho present Premier. In origin, ujt- liiElrig, nml early It no men well tmvn been moro rill's fmnLly WUH ono of old sin nil In h' nnd Lnflticncr. Tho Commoner'' was a com- inoncr only In tho. ECiiat Llinthc W.-KH lint HIM. Mlucalnl Qt Kton, nml Ir) life nn n. danhlnK younjr cornel of draRiniui, (ho dlfflrulttcs ivhlcli-lio had to Iliry wore neither tow nor hew- ing hlJi clernnl niche In Iho tcmirto of fa'ino were of n very different clinrac. tef from UIOSD which co'nfrunlcd tho little n'ltorncy, nephew of IL village, cobbler, nt the Qiitaet o( llio most drciinntlc pollttcr.l cnreer'in Brit- ish nnnals- In fiomo other respects, loo, Ihcro may be no Brcnl Pitt was nn i classical scholar. belivccn bitcnslvciy-read l.loyd Clcorec hns Unllod SUtcs y? II was he who finnlly obtained tho-enr of tnc PrejlJcnt, anil convtnccJ him Incit WAS nl last'; ready BniJ anxious lo go to war wllli the Ilunsl War1 -'.Is a prlmlllvfi thing, the least rrl- rnliivo riian -wlic.' ever rit Ihe V. o'.l Adoo" "been a ntfonF pro-nlly nover known more l.ntln tlian Bufflced to ennblo.hltn to pass Ills prcUmln- nry bxamlhatton for law. Pill's presence was ImpoVlny In tho ex- whlTd his fiuecc.ssor of lo-tlay as all tho world knows, of utmln- utlvo Uoyd la ri born orator, "it U true, htil It would bo unfair, to compare him, even nt hU best." with Iho elevated and pns- slonntc rhetoric of his nrcat prcde- No-rnri.ri more., dorte Ohly'on the eve" of her ese'cutlon did what" WBH iDOUl to happen, nnd then only by ccldent, he .cllor'that ;'lho of life Iffel from1 UiC anil' had he had Liken the. many -months sooner. ..-lie .Is ,nmn ol .1 man who has done Ihlnes. and, It Is for Ihc American people (here la a of in a. Cabinet AHUe la Fundamentals -Q UT such tilings may be rcffanlerl iJilmostnnionp the In fundaments there'id n curious llkc- ncis bcLwcen nnd -Llbyrt ccor ,m3 opu Slioulil jib crriclaily conveyed 'bee.luVc of ;iis' 'pacifist it thc'carllest possible moment- j dcncles. .t.V-. _X> feicphonlc' corrimunl cation ivllh 5fr. Gft Qn 1S63> at_ ihe creail. egalnil him; henco their suspicions, would chalk Jt up lo nol of his but "of his pian-. But cba'racteriallc and ail- mofable sort ol rtbwVrish't "In this lie resembles Ihc.-new" ,6f War; BoUi men Vre" dlsUncllr "dependrible, BoU for botb have.that ii'aiil btircck acnsc lly, irue, nsked a" parted. wis it. d'ye tMfiW I wud lell thut It wia the drivers'nln cnp that blew V- "Draw the :'gab hied o'er tho pool." "TVhat Bcose, phoaled McDonald, "put .ques- tion on "It bftofmore continued 'ths.Xorlh. "to njk'trie chnaren ib'draV ths'At-" tornej-neJienl Trtth hli car to Then JfcDonaTd sunimed up his wra.Ui b" tnrntDg1 to ITie Hon.' Dr. end Imploilcj, "Wnr don't you clip tho trtnja 'of Jacknescs who set-such "Toil meaii called out-Sarr .Carter; 'but this point In the Canaan Lumber King Qlebryfes, His 91st, Birthday R. Booth h ffic'OWesi Active Working Lumbern Government on Paper Prices- "in "the Never Takes a His Rerriarfyfsbl? vJc By G..B. VAN BIJUIICOM- IL BOOTH, thft-lambcr.TilnE of Canada, who, on April a.csle- bratei tils nlnety.-ficsL .birth- day Jn good health ani aplrllfff IB un- doubtedly Iht oldest, manufacturfir In, the worM. If f ifr. Doolh'.eTtr settled tioM.n Mr.. Booth, tlliBv.-. Once he was Induced lo try out Atlantic City, and ,waa up.nt elx. o'clock .In the.morning vnlnly ,trying to pel Into the hotel dining-room for breakfast-' llV'went out'for a long atroll on the boardTTOlk ami the fam- ily pondered what had him. astounded Ontario "bj rlslnp In and aaylne. Speaker Oia honorahlo penUeman la perfect- ly In order; Jie Is doubtless lo Tho la quite eccQBlpmed. from 'He brew llterfilure, but lo'gct referenc from Ihe Greek classics wai an tn tlrely and Mr, vrarLJ had to ciplaJn all tibout Iho ringed horse. A Four-Square Democrat T11D atcflna In the .earns .evening- related to Gov- ernment .Hoasfr Incidentally, what he'could to Im- mdrLallza cne of tho euphonious 'lovmsblps la hU constituency riihl to adjust the cost of jpoiatoes sh'ncs. cheese, _ sic el rails, coppei or zinc as It hns paper, -According La he wrote Ihe Mln Ister of Flnancc'lo' tho effec'l thai hi made his paper, paid for the IcrlaV and ecll. the' finlshcc product for lie could 'commanc In the nren market, Fed eral only'wny the coiild govern price' would be fo thi that prevail to take ove the qr.liuy h'fs tnllre tonnriB ed -In exist gettlns In a sufficient coal supply for his paper he Is over Iho pausing of the toward tho centnry.mark. 'For Irr has been. rJnnlnH with only three or four days' snpplr ahcafl, but the miant 13 Just like Mr. Eoclh t keeps ffolTiR, and-so clota he- J- n. Jooth, Sr-T has had moro nftmvwes- ancs from death anfl serious ftccl-. Jcnt3-fban rcMlbly. ony other man n the Industrial field irho la alive to- day. The M roc measure of eood for- luch'lf you crest "irai not'In ,bel one clae, nnd the sliipcmloua char of his undertakings has amp! demonstrated this Tact. Just sixty years ago. nh dollam'lri'hla pocket, he landed In th capital little-better thnn Eawduat started n snia shingle mtll en ibo elta nj. the, Chni rllcro where He built ll largest lumber1 In'-the ivorl vrhlch, before lie destruction by fir allractiHl vlsltqrB frprn. nil parts the world. O'n'the earno properly I day thero la hEs llrga'news-print m hoard mill, nulphltc plant and grou: wooJ pulp industry, nnd Ihc oirner In the inrgcsl Umber, limit hoTder In the Dominion. IIo alto built the Canada. Allafitlc Ilaihray, ihc Grand TrunX OttaWa lo Parry and establisHcd Im- Drand Whltlock. the 'American Min- ister at hlnvto sparn no effort to save tlie'doomed'woman: Law His Profeuipn n. was 111 In bed nlkhe tllme7 "an toeranh letter UvBaron -Von Blss- ihVGormaii rnlillary Governor of nisseU-r, antl sent his secretary, Mr. ugh 'and secure a ay.of execution. iliiPi' however, availed, al- i Mr- Gerard In Berlin and Mr. hltloci: In -BrusaclB 'continued Ihelr forts con- i'slon only able to ciirc.' V ririiisn chaplain'wna al an Interview wlUi Miss C'avell lorlly before her execution. L rii'o liltcr'is n's. lofty In spirit arlcl na noble' in 'ambition, na'cvcr the 'for- mer .was. In- each ot-, them. In a lim'c'oC Vailohal U was to tho TJrlliah-nntlenj- IhaL.wn- Instinct Ui illscrrtl tha man-for .the day. IL was said oC Plli'that he was "a Kins." The same thlrjs' icrcantllc career. he was umed rfclcrmlncrt o a lawy'er, and afler three his degree of at KAISER .EUROPE'S: "MAN "OF.'. JDEStlNY" icrght offShtn-nran's-subsctiticnt llarch lo the 3oa: As a result of ihc. war.....--------- _ the McAdoo family lost, all their pos- tO; thn sessions, and William G. McAdoo. M.A., lAj.'b.f father or ihc (pabUicl member, who had bcc-n a judRC; ntid soldltr In both Ihc Mexican.and-.Civil vnrs, spcnt'lhc latter partrOf is professor of rvngtish nnd-history at v nnilnn TC DID UnlverEltv of In the the nnllon The scarcity' oC lankly funds com- inr'ijo-and "npi rieopic n pellctl-TWins Cleave', the In ParifafnenL ritt'H Jnlled Sljil.ra Circiljl.toBrL BllidJ-fnB Cornmogs iras..always "mall. I.lojil Georko'5 pcrgbnal. by vhlcli 'i personal folloi'lnK iihonE 'T-lffprJlXmc-'mtcra ot Parlln- 'nol humtjprllmlf liin incin'ijVfa of Ihc ln Ihc'jloiis'ii of Commons. 1 find tho Ercatcsl like- ness between them J3 In Iho rara poircr or cnch' to Imliuo-lhc 'cnllro British people wllh Ills own Indomit- able energy nnd his own dauntless courage'. a llkcncaj of Breatncss of Ihc hearL.'.lliat bcatd Preacher Pr. rots'lnm, conlrlbulea to the IlUia- on tho fo'lis.r'i.-.clijirBcler.- .BOme cf; ivlilrt ire hleliiy dlrcrtlnp. Dr. Voeel Is apparenllj- ono of those sycopbanta'who constantly R'lrronnd II.. and Interpret him to hla ilevout subjccta. Wc nrc.loW that Eborlly In lit fll't heVo'vidcntly rccovcrei" JlftTTOT v-t-'As-js c pracllcc of law. Four'; ears later formed a. partnership with William cAiloo, former Police .Comml-ssion- of New York; nnd igLslratcl'.. Ihc inllnrlly.ot fwb'mcn arc >t Ten 'yenrs- after coming, to ork the1 pl- enterprise of hnrrowinp, under ic Iliirljon niver. to link the cities of he Jersey shore to the shopping Ir. Wilson almost from fta tho trader for whom'the i vllti 'eni'M'- f friend 11ISIOFJC I'lii (jVcat Tlrltriln. And iio'cyo sc so'clearly as Moyd GcorEc's 'the "b'lrth of the new day nntl Lho death of'ihe old. H mJiy bcHHnt, nmonp the many- In fireat Britain, ono or r.-lllho that of teaching her men to be nl 'tho sflrnn lime, iralnine thorn to bo slaves. There arc slens, ,tpo, ihe there-'Is'c'om'int'. for'flie BrlllBh, :i tnicr frnlcmlty than they hftvo-yet nrlstocnicy; more demo- cratic and niore nrlslo- cr.-Uic (uHln'e those .tcrnia In their hlphcsl, nnd nol In HiWr purely con- And.ll.wlll (If ono mlslakcs not) ;bc I.lpyd GeorEe' to interpret such to fclEqvr- counlrymtn who will Jicnr htm ninthly. In the! IntclllBcnco Is ccilalnly nlronger Ihnh.l.he Intclljcl. Hut that Intelligence Is so llghtning- quick, and so almost uncannily sure, Ihnl.l.t psjn n class by himself among wnTncnt men In Brlinln. and probably In the world, lo-rtay. .rieCo'ro a .career pro- mises Vic'as blwrre. Disraeli's, nnd more varied lhan Chiunberlaln's, ll will be hta proud province. at once perceptive and prophetic, oricn rnanl" and; to. rrouse many, ;