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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ON .-MEN WOMEN.- INjTMEJPUBLIC WIRES TANGLED THOMAS A. KPISOX was ni AN ARTIST NOVELIST ONE ot 'the most engaging author of the day Is Mr. Oliver Onions whoso reputation has inciVKSOi' wit! every book ho liaa produced. A biilt- cr's doren now stands to his civdlt and unionist them 0110 rec-Uls "Tti-; Compleut TJp.enelor.1' "Accord ic tin, and Mr. Onions baa lately been taking the public Into his ccn.idiMini as to his literary struggles. These wot? not very violent, if ono may from his own confession, and he pe'ars to htid an easier paJy.ise than ,Mr. Thomus Hardy or hiir Oeorgo MerediCb. hU days, Mr. Onums Hiyfc: "As a writer I never street. In that I account myself ftir- tuntite. -Ns on a -.veel-iyl paper I WHS "-o ro the' mill as a m' w.n- juc- j lures and plays C.---.3 tUal or "Take the Slat? of Maine." One time, when he had exas- perated yomo of tno members by "Take Gei many." "Pretty sllfi Grlws of Alsoma. repeated tin Talvo speaker, ith "more "U'lth the Canadian mut- tered 'IIltM'b." Lennox( tauntingly. "If "some of the mom lie rs to my ft." exclaimed Mr. an- grily, "would only keep their mouths they" would not---'1 ''TaUft IT Id." again Jjnti'rrupied the, Ii. tho :iilsc1ilcvous Luiinoi'C. Hi-' Nt'wciu.U Afttr thiif: the Spftikt-r and the meeting; on. .A'LUCKY SUIT' NKARl.V as Wonderful a? tht> Aladdin lamp is- tho iK'W suit owned and worn these torrid days i Mill's. to scum' j-ubject IKVivd with the history uf ancient si-ulpiiire, painting, or .irchlu-eimv, and I'oiiiplinientii ;o him- self were barred. As the Ainerii-an took his yut.joft, "Hicluird 1. lief ore .lei- it will be serii that n fonsiiwi the founiler's intentions. this Onus- unly fol- tV w Inn lirli ln offer. Tlino after tho owner begged him to take the land, and time after time the dnelur Fiually, he wave a hulf- lu-arti'd promise thai tho property Jf In a '111. Twelve moiUhs passed by inn' which the owner went to th Unit, at the termination of will en mo back and the duct- keep his my friend ho might b-.iy ar it was and tin- press, of other duties an- as relifliins for retirement. He will sll retain his put-it kin as professor in th University of Toronto, where lie ha hold the L-hair of Constitutional mid International Law since UlUO, One cliaraeleristic whleh has made Mr. You UK very popular with his is a sense of humor. He has a vigilant eye for the funny side. exposition of It; points Us made duubly effective by be- Mm bruiiKht Into direct with ll o 15veil so pruaaic a aubji-el us 'Company is brlirhleiied by the iiKtiinstl keen -shafis of his wit. it, hi-! Mr, young's k'cturcs are almost cun- V-.T the twelvu humlred ilolla to tho space of a ft let us see what resulted, doctor found tin- tiwn grc' p rapidly ubdill him. Very so "ederal wanted li'i on the site, ami pjiid my friend for H- desiraltlt.' l.Kiek. To-day, lit- Ii vocational in tin draws a widu lr Info nality. lie cu In actual disposed of JIlOO.OOO, worth of the twdve-huiulred-duUar purchnsL-, and still has worth remaining for future sale. That is what I call 'tjet- rleh ayuinst yimr will.'" LORD DEVONPORT LORD ItK VOX PORT, cliiifriniui of ihe Port of London Authority, bus 1 c-en .'.irouiili a sitmetvliat my time ot laie. The.p holds was created a iigo. :uiil the I jiruutlcu to illiiKtniiu- the legal prin- ciples he- is PxpoiindliiK. uml hla t-liisses rut her resemble u hi rye family listt-n- iiiS atteiUively lo wise advice from a benevolent father.' lit- is not ro- ppsins' easily hi a larwe arm chah, hi1 Is walking rettuullvely baek and fo. th on tjie phitforni, while he and the illnstrailons which me to drive home his points. I To depends little upon notes, arid his lectures uon- sei'iuenUy have u ppuntaneoui- rinjr which never rails to hold the1 attention 1 of his listt-ners. At Varsity, wlu'iv most of the lee- j turwrs stick- closely to their mtles, Al'r. 1; 1 e I Young's lack of nil those inplf o.-' written help? ijo.-anii} almost a by- f of Mr. word. At the beginning1 ot the lecture.', HE KNOWS HIS ROAD PM'IW nirtii uan rlilu nvv'r l.r.OD io L'.iiPC I- miles' nf niiUvny und .m.L nnl.v know every 'mite' of-it. liiit "tilytK Imvt located Liu- roulo tuidbet'ii finally ro. .for MK Ycl this it tho record of II. II. SJflrLeu.J, nrn linc.i, of which ho'.was Kini'er before Iwj-oiuina; ills kntiwN-iltfe of road nn1 uounlry led to' bis Ue- furft lii-i jippuliiiineiu. .Mr. .Mae. Lend. IK- with Viee-Pn-Hhlt'nt llantm. wj.a nmklny an irlp nvyr -C.j line.s Jointd tin- p'iirtv one of tin- heads of an Amcilcmi i shrw'vd judKe men. who bm-lts .ivuniMe nf mon uii.i u. 1- ioUi- of eapiial. Me smv .'f'S' on nnd heard (In- tliii; plac-n in tin- end l.e privtile car. On thu, :io i NIK d to a iui-1 "They an- looking for u Benoi'.il and UK- ici-wrn arc bout some une from thy Tlie-o s the man Uity pjintlng: to Bury that nerve to i creative done in the eo'intry up he-re inside of ir.'1" (decidedly bettor than that in tiii Then ft wa-? Eepresentntivft Ans- town.. It is Iii ibeny tooK hi? friend Hughes over to, states: "1 do my one side and confided in him that he! and one o'clock in the minting and wore the snit for luck. "Just to prov.? .Mve pud seven in the eveulns. The that this hrini: the follow jws hours before dinner pre ihe best wears ii good' luck. me .show yn-i; Ii iLe diiy, bjt 1 jret my this bank-roll that I won at the 1 iii-5t awake in over In Baltimore yesterday." As '-his is nil very coinmonp! >_-e, bntj spoke, .Mr. Ansberry due: down and It is true. My experience t-lls me- from his riy-lit-1'aml troupers' that you can do in ihe cou'n .y, a pocliet a roll of that looked e.-y Rood uay's wurk'lu ih.-ae hours, wiilis; dime's worth of leliuce. h; London you d" a bid work that isn't so Imrf." commented) iu seven. That U. why 1 have cut my- iir. he continued to son Kearley is better known to tha j hs would fake from his btijj a thin jrenpral publie. .sheaf of. typewrit'en very much Lord r.tovuiipnrt has' had a renifirk- and somewhat tho worse for ably successful career. Uoni fifty-i-ix! wear, which hp on tlie table, years ayo. iha wUole of liis life has but ceferred to only oecasionallv diir- been paesod in a i-ommer-ial at mo-1 Ins the hour. This IMSUH! HP instmmontiil in bui'd-i together with the 'appearatuo 1) the firm ICearloy and the notes, led some ways to ail- debts, and 53 forth. fir.c', having- luck to possess r.T.-c 10 bow, was envljd my Translation those with whom I had worked fide by side." PRESENCE OF MIND HAROLD NELSOX SHAW, for- merly head ot th; elocution branch of the Toronto L'onservaiory. and known for many yetrs as "Harold had myself, myl Listen. Tn by Shakespearean star was prac- through Western Canada, tieally ihe first actor to im-oduce putablc companies and standurt dramas to the oC town halls that served fur th-atres pre- vious lo a few years It was in Calgary that the ca-' Jcssness of a stajje oarponter ened to not on'y termhiaca the forma nee of "Ham but to di-lo- cate the star's knee in 'iha bargain. solid plaLform had been carslosslj Placed on the upri-hts, then covered .with a h.eavy carpet, representing- grassy bank. Upon this Hamlet was supposed to sfaml while the ghost of his father, in the first act. As ft happened, Mr. Nelson's .first step the "grassy baalr" made the platform sink at ons" corner, pinching the calf of his !sg that he totally helpless to extricate him- The audience, in the dim light, ;had' not noticed anything al- .Uiough tha stage" manager was tug- frantically at the carpet, yainjy eceklng to help Hamlet continue the 1 Mr, Tfelson, however, ears', to (he emergeayy. ..He stoo3 painfully at hfs post, and uttered exactly the line rillhls Ov6v Li" .nd. seeing a T.'ra.aoo Town Councils 01' ihe (oivr.s through; huw t.'CjJiii" men. Vce, sir. appoint niaiui-if-r." nir.' afterwarrls Sir Vrilliani tia- man who "ir.ows ,h :i THE KAISER'S. JOKE Paris Miitin tells ;i Paris Miitin of the -CuiSfiJ. paiiy of iiittural gift. f. But his nieatint's luive not always met with retidy approval. In St. Louis he was holding: a meet- ing which sonic roughs endeavored tu break up by shouting As the building: was packed, there was dan- of a terrible panic when people in to make for thu dours- great presence of mind, "Gipsy" Smith jumper] on a chair and shouted to the L.lioir, "Sins! Sing na you never .sung was well obeyed, Lind the situation was saved. A FAMOUS TENOR MJEAN DE KEBZK.K still posses'- ses one of the finest tinor voices n the world, though it is something ri'i-enily a s told