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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BORDEN EXPECTED TO RETURN SOON And W'.eh.He Comes There in the Cabinet. DOHERT.Y TO RESIGN B ar.d Crothew Also Likely lo Drop Ses- sion Inevitable. Ky till ATT AN OTTAWA. Auc. 3 _, ARLY return of Sir KoliciL Ilor- L( den to reorganize his Cabinet 'and sunitnon a fall session, of 1'arllanienl straighten oul a num- lior of tansies that have UeveloiJedln hla la expected'In seml-otM- ttol circles here. Cable liesivitches; hit week Intlraatrd lhat Sir Robert would remain some- weofcs longer In r.otido.v, but 'here Is good reason for believing'that, as a result-of recept advleas reaching him from Ottawa, lie has reached the conclusion that'he can best promote war ctfoii by re- turning: as quickly as possible to Canada As (o the need of all three things-the 'Premier's early return, Cabinet tbuffle and a fall session si .watching (ho of things at the cspila! from close range entertain the slight- est In the [Irst place the long absence from OUawa'Of Sir Robert and most his attest .Ministers Reted almost as a iraralytfc stroke upon wh.it had been, up1 to the lime bt ture, ri very: vigorous adminlslration, Kor more than tiro mon I hs lias not been, on-3n. more than one-third Cabinet at work In Ottawa In any single week, and there Jiave Lfcn during the fame period when enough Klnlslers on" bantl "lo make a Privy Council 'iiuoruni. .When" Sir. Robert left for EiiffJand, laklns with him Calder. and IMeJghcn, Blr tSeorgc Foster, by rcasotCof sen- iority, was made acting Premier, biit fe'fr Itoncrt had barely arrived In Lon- flon wlien Sir George hctook hlmrelf to the coot breezes of a summer re- HOW THEY JOSH nn rn DDE1ER HUGHES Australian "Punch" Takes a Litlle Fun at Expense oi .Prime Mniister. KISSING DUCHESSES And Olherwise Forgetting That He Used to Be a Member of Labor Union. G'oicrcrf REAL HEAD OF AMERICAN AiiMY General Match, Gliief'bf.'Slafr, Is Son of Professo'r. .-By N ?6rt in hia'native Xev.- Brunswick. J. Doherly stepping Into the breach. Sir George's absence tlcprir- sd Hit Cabinet of a loafler oLexperl- jpnce, and, incldenlally, il lefLJheWar JTrade Board mlnu5 a Govrrnhient representative a chairman; thU, too, at a lime when there was'known lo be friction between the uoard nnd Ihe CabineV tn 'regard lo restrictions on Imports, and when great deal of aiEcontent Ihe bu 'interests of Ihe'country with some "ihe board's activities. Blip j. L J 'gc acting I remier is crs ally 'recognized aa. a gentlsihan 'of probity and a jurist of distinction, but nobody who" knows .him pretends llial he la suilca lor leadcrublp of a and the Inevitable results of a CaLInet unuerimnncd and "without-Blrons leadership noon made themselves manifest- From Bad to f-pKINGS became when the 1 mihlslerlal ranfes were further decimated by departure for Kngland of lion: S. C- Mewburn and 3Ion, C. D. Ihe'curious spectacle being tb.cn presented of a country at iva'r irith hoth its Minister of Naval Affairs nnd. HlnlBler of War away trom home.. Sir. Burrcll, It is Iniei was appointed acting Minister In place of Mr. BalJanij'rte, but Mr. Bur- rell Is-a genial more at homo playing Hio indent and honor able gam a. of golf "than directing the affairs >f a deparlmeht of .ivar, snd ImpoVlant-resiiHs could not rca- eonalily'-ho expected from liia admin- istration. And.so under Ihei Doherly llurrell dlrecllont matters, in Ottawa have settled Into a disturbing lilt, tho lew who arc con- (re as often RR not sway-from the the executive, hftvc become rarer and ranging all the way from Ihft'Giielph affair to labor dis- putes crop tip with disturbing reg.i lartly, :md "wait until Kordeh comes is the watchword of and excuse'for'a rfemiiraiizlng Cab- Inct inactivity The such a dis- turbing- pafes tho last ten days' thai Influential friends of Union Oovcrrm6nl.'are hellcved lo have fulvlsetr Sir llohcrt Dorilen lhai hla jeiurn 19 Canotla was extremely de- RirahlCr not nlonb. in the interests of. Union, Gdvernmont; but In (ho in- (crosls f.-at'- Canada's cortlinuetl parlklpttlon In iho war That tho I rime SlfnMe Ms return will dcern Cabinet re orgrtnlzallort a.i'ah essential ua91S of n general of problems la LcKcvcd to lie very probable. There fufficlenl reasons for n Important be ing first thit the Cabinet ai ft ind la on a genuine tidy fifty b.iisls, It is not.na a n rolllkally or ad nlatmkcly as coalition can be rnido I'o produce. j Drop Bwrrell und AT preSenl ConservatKes haic of but Iho J.flcrats .wield moat Influence in the Sir Jiobert .will probably drop lion, Mnrlln llurrcll and lion 7. Croincr'a, rcplaelnff the It a afirt the latler by A man In his y both Inibor I Sbcrftlism frt (he Cabinet And Quel woulU flfao have fin additional I rcienlative There arc Ihnt lion C I Jloherti la lo tcsign from the port .folio Juaitce lo succeed Sir Cfiarlfc nixpatrfch on the Supreme four Iptrch AtiA that iron A 1, Slfton v OBODY seemed 'greatly shock- ed when the j brought tho wotd that Kinds' George had conferred the i Grttad Cross of Iho Order of St. Site hscl and St- Gcorfic ott the American !Chief of lie has received' 'from: America the title up in the hills of he was born, ho, has always n-iJl he, Just "Bob" biggest thine in al- Lafayette College. It stands, lihft" the baron's; castle to high on the top, j Ing the town At It has su-ml cd that town ircmi being -common' place, as many small ace.- When I wrs In PrlncPlon, I EOtnettmes gain- ed the impression thai LafaVeUe had only one If there were others, they were never mentioned- Kvcry 1 Itncw lalked about "Dad'-'SSarch--: There was Hint reverence for him, that. Wll- lams 'men of an older generation had for Mark a reverence so rare in the average college boy lhat H always betokens 'powers, on ;he'part of him Is 'fevered.; That 'Dai" March had such, powers .and that the> were rccogrizfed'b> others than his pupils is ;cvlaeaced.'by the fact that .he licld.', decree from 'rnorc !han-K dozen of thfc leading tuilversl- tho including. Oxford, Dublin, Edinburgh, .Glas- gow }ale and Columbia B Komc Cufiadiott ntwspafifrs have been fhiMup Mr Itobert ttordtn tiiiU the of Cabinet for staying so long in don Ititfcatf Of coming home to straighten out the Can- utffiw others arc hold- ing up tHcC'.ttnftds in holy horror tit the tacriHgc thus upon ihe person of our Prime Itinlttcr. What icotilil these tellfven inmtfic theory that Hordes con do no wrong think of the foltoictng skit from boitriic. Ptmcft, i] -Kir KobGit, rather than Premier Jlughcs, tcere the suftjcri it? test Mvjcstct Welt, rather t Impudent Interviewer found Mr. William HiiRhes standing tn the centre of u magnificent carpel In. a Napoleonic attitude, and paused In the doorway to survey the Imposing spectacle. The carpet was spread in a magnificent apartment IP. the fine home tho Imperial aulhor- itles had sel apart for Auslralia's am- bassador- 'It's the ton of carpel England lent said Ihe Impudent Interviewer- said ilr, am try- ing it CD. How does It become 'The effect 13 quite charmlnp. Is a suggestion of a tumult of roses caEt at your feet." "Yes, I nollced thai- You havt not .overlookod and laurel vreaths, I 'No. Ah. Ullly, Vf your old frioads of the .Waterside Workers' could.see you now. from the lumper's gangway to an Imperial carpet. II [s the old tos cabin and House legend, It Is most gratifying. Here in an Bob March will Jiavi lo gather' In many 'decoraUona before will surpass bis fathfirrlhe'.great philologist' tjtcraleur hnguls Professor Aldcn 3farch. c Ae finding it moioand more in tercsline In America tract a. man's origin in fcsLlm.itln'g his life.' Gen had .ny.man could were of sturdy b'eolch1 Presbyterian stocV, anil on his mother's.1 side.: they had In their veins the blood of Wash ington Hla mother wig Mlldfed Stone ConW.iy, and hla great-grandfather Canlel, wbose mother Washington s half sister A man ivlth blood like Ihut in him has a good start, But go.od start is not all in. a race- had besides (his the careful training. of the busy man WAS his father jet who was not so. 'busy that ho could j no V be a com- panion (o his sonr, taught them and ho grejit things i hi greater ages that Cod has sland they, know bow lo appreciate great man- They stint noihlng-. Look v.-eJI they arc .doing "me a line establishment of a duke, magnificent furnishings, ser- vants, a grand motor car, a chitufteur a governess for my and, above all. iintiueslionluE 'aecer.tance- oi the Ic ca that 'ft lllhm Hujjheq-n n terrlfii a. slatesnian (o lie reckon cd with, a personality to be admired a man toibt lovcuV a well-meaning genial, courtly gentleman. That Is what touches me-rthe recognition o my more Iromelj1 qualities as a friend ajbrottier.1' Mr. Hushes dropped tw tears on the and then hastUj ratig1 lor, a. -servant to remove them 'Tcs, William, they are generous l gue >ou kll jou Tvanl and In Australia they jou "mor than >ou want 1 am thinking of the historic ESS of Warwick. 'In sa'M Mr. Hughe; with some bitterness, "they begrudge me a ftw poUccmcn of my own.' lieve I couJd have a. hundred If I jvantert them. Alii this Is connfrr, ft grateful country. I have noh seen n egg sine c.I arrived. That Is a ict; they have hcen kept from A, tender subject. Possibly, how ycr, thij severily of (he rationing yslcni in the Mother Couniry bars ic use of eggs for political purposes. 'We want a similar system In ralla not. motto pai there Is no sense In rying oyCr broken eggs- Have. you A PACIFIST WHO KEEPS (BJTOF JAIL Ramsay Macdonald Also Keeps on Preaching Against Social System, CROWN PRINCE IS GERMAN H.K. THAW He Looks Like an Ass. But h Really a Skilled Camoufleur. Ifvghts he large enclosure of quite tvro In extent wad crowded with vomen, and every woman carried a "All "for our Indeed." "I was KO overcome hat i -wept where 1 stood, and I :im -onwlous of not looking my vhen' I weep. There was Ihe v.-hoU- vliarf spread oul below me wiih cheering ".I- Every One a Duchess LESS my soul, you .must 15'- felt as important as on op- eratic tenor popular'..picture "I 'felt even more so, especially vhon.T recognized the fact that every nun JacK-of "those w-oinen.ivas duchess, Yes, sir, I was recelveil, a' rrnarfful English-' duchesses. I flatter myself other Australian has had thn.t re- markable distinction. The space rop- ed off was re'serveil exclusively for .There was a second pail- dock to Indies of lesser dis- tinction, but 1 scarcely had time u rive, these even a glance, 'IlbwcvfT i nin T. democrat etlll and I hopf I silail'ncVer'bo'th'e man to cut a iidy merely because she is only a.counters L CD poor tilings it 1 no their fault Hint they are comparative ifcr'Jttes. all lie 'True. And how, did your duchesses 'En'massc. They covered me with Mowers and confetti. Many of them old f :I may of Jc-rmfir 7 in" t- I em Ki here >r lion Arthur Metghcti{ bt iromotcd to tho Department of u slice, but eiich a Yia'rflly ikcly. So far as a full session oi 'Parlia- ment- Is. concerned, It IE difficult .to BCG it ran be avoltiid As T matter ot fact an oi icard of my triumplial entry? No1? It vas fine, splendid tho proudest mo- ment of my life. .As the ship ap- proached, I noticed Ui at the wharf iad been roped off for my rcceiitldn, House would 'J6' solutely 'necessary If .the, cqilntryjis colng to. continue .send In force- merit g (o'lnc1 and reason Thai the oneJ hundred thousand .men authorized the Government 's raise under Hie "Military Eforilco Vet ill tiCCn secured her, at the House does not.moel -It? fn 1C the tarly outiimn to authorize noth.eiVenroll' mcnt the country s military effort at least so far a of 9 cottcerrted ba crlpplpil for no or three mon hs Of (Source It lie possible tliat the Cablncl that Jjinfier Hie War la tnu Act It (6 txcfiul the ono hundred 1 Witch larHamenl bttl fhfs hardly likely The most natural ami velopmtnt Is that more wilt 6r two Minuter back fn busily Engaged In reorganizing Cabinet summoning Parliament and taking other' slepS to re tore In the VdmhifatAtAji; "Ihe vigor and prestige ivhlcWM'haV rfoublcfll, lost durlnf the jast months N t mon tttfc IhO 79V ftlTlf Of t always nliuU ,eyc4 when he to6Va at, A Idfc nolJ wint not lg m> irtlciiltrlv'In the mnltcr of and' there." love-the. exuberance o English _especially a: manifested o> the upper da es 1 is so genuine! Do you know..those duchesses made riis. feel absolutely a1' home? I was much moved. 1 kissei them .back, -TVe >vent on each others necks That to c i ol u I am not a large man, am cannot r jiccominodale many duchesies at a tlnie. As many .weji piy; iisck.'as. could convenientiv and then they made way for a secom assortment nnd so on didn't they you w.et Mr 'I was rather'moist after a of anrhour of what is a Hltl rheumatism-to'a'man suffering fo a.soad cause' 'And William, what .nest You-cannot'continue to be the to terrier ot an effete aristocracy 'No, no, ;corlahily not. Luncheon nnd after that luncheons, then then some, as pu American friends put it. I see abon eighty luncheons looming before me- an endless yistn of grub Ab.Dul.thc food 'I'see tio s'gh. of it- I expfcted t limitation s' lo meals here, In stead of which I perceive lhat calin is incessant'andfcompulsory, well Ulll> good your" survival I hone to sec you bac tn. Australia a fatter mfin. In an tn-e. I tnisl the witters be re rommcndect for Dl tin uishcd SerUc Orders N said William. "Sor to I have an engagemen to plij Pus-? tn the Coricr with m; "moit conspicuous fact 'HP about James Ramsay Mae- A donuld, IP. the opinion of the London Tost, wblch dreads him, la tha: he is out of Tor come rtaton unknown to ihe great Tory this labor leader Is allowed to travel over the.' lirlttah Isles preaching his peculiar form of paci- fism. It is embodied fn -Mr. Muc- ilonuttVs own assertion that Ihe war j ntiot be justified, Vven from Hilary point ,t view, beyond that dnt at which the democratic forces England ami th-a other countries Kurope are ready to lake things lo their own hands and thus place orlil-peace upon foundation." iirnsay Macdonald "ihallengos any- >dy lo point to a'clearcr declaration .an'he has made. He Insists that ,e war Is not being waged primar- y for the destruction of armed rces of the Imperial German Goy- nment Us object Is ihe Gcstruc- on of ihe existing .social system, will certainly have.that effect, Mr. iacAnnaM says. If tjio masses in .-cry country follow his lead. Slean- hilc he prays for ihe downfall of ic Ilohenzollerns because so much will collapse In ihs crash. A Graceftd Speaker L H. is far more eager lo end the social system haii to end the war. He puts these in the clear, graceful Knglfsh or 'which he -lias been famed ever he' entered Parliament twelve ears ago. He Is wilhout the Ijan- isirian burr oC "Steve" a aoor member of ,1'arJIament who ught to be-better known-In this ountry- Ramsay'-Maedonalrt Is not H lilnsler ami tn cohere nee, like Will 'home, nor family R German edition of Harry Thaw- Instead, he la i ICBS thinker, somewhat cruel, and a1 past'master at playing the mob. Army Loves Him soldiers in hta army love 1 Frledrich Wiihelm. IU has made it hl.s business to meet as many oi them is r-w We They love" Mm. That is good for tha morale- Tho entire fighting male population, of Crown Prince COOK IS GENERAL, GENERA11S COOK One Russian Regimftnt Turned Things Upside Down Told by Russ Princess, 'RIXCESS DOLGOROUKOtP D who'has como from Russia, 1 alter passing four years there. [IrsI ivith hospMala at the front and .ater in- Moscow and Pelrograd dur- t ing Ihe Revolution, gives lurid ac- count oC conditions there. igla Is, 1 fear, destroyed for many years, pcrtnps many genera- tions. Xobofly -who has not seen efondlliona Ihore can imagine the ruin hleh tho party under Kerensky has wrought; The masses are so thor- oughly demoralized tliat last autumn I saw ai-rcS acres of grain left lo rot in the fields, while bread ra- tions In Petrograd and Moscow reduced to 55 grams per da? Is chough' for a- woman Eo wear liat for her to he atlackefl by the lrormer society womch stand In bread lines for hours., amld; the mob, with shawls on their beads, not daring to Io9k different from crowd. My pieces, who were tadtos In waiting: at the court and. are" sllli living in Tsarsltoc Selo, have nar- rowly escaped death because 'the crowds said they tlii] not loolt like 'comrades' though they had., no The Princess said Htat most of Ihe officers tlie old army had either been killed by Ihe soldiers or haO hilled rather lhan submit to epaulettes lorn oft their uniforms. I know one general of-the finest In Russia who was the regiment's cook' wheit I left I'etrograd she said. 'TVhen the Dolsherik revoJrbrgan there was' a the regiment aniT all cer'a were chosen by "k small Soviet The consequence that they made the cook general 'and the general coofc. Such" thing's happen- ed everywhere: tverythlns TTIIS turn- ed Germany 'some Social- believe th.it the Crown Prince suffers rncnla1. agony every lime ho i reads a new list, of. Germans killed or woimdeVl. Did he not say RO in an In -lew which he.gave to an Amsri ed publicity man It TTBS a year ago last Christmas that mafic a grand- atani play lhat caught not people, but tha Array. Troni'.FIeM leadquairlers he sent Ihls telegrarnj 'For-Christmas my sbld'ers rum. They need It more than hrhrtmas'.lrinkets-1' There nre believe, that nights in the trenches a nip''of'rum., to warm "is A' thing. But'leaving oiit and con.of Ihe question tho alcoholic point of "view, any one familiar with 'the German mill- knew that a supply department One la sure lie will lask hi h eel the moli, liui II Is, lure for him to pretemT he has di In peopiP wno are ouilc Ignorant and unnoble Aftdf ftclinff part, the Kaiser, v, nil find let go an oath Not ihe Crown Prince- He never shows his hsnil 1-very ho tan he mftsei ihe bellow o they nro .ihe little rcdple (n the world a I! a "III T sttlonr 6n lha tho Crown Prince all the riim needefl through rego- Army channels'. Instead, he worK- ed the granfl stand and mnn' telegram was, reproduced on flaring positra and displayed In shop window o A Hard Worker THE heir lo The German Throne rs sinister Ho RorKs hard He takes his military duties very scrious- wortcea "ke a Trojan to perfrpl himself in nti'ltary te Is a keen atuder.t of sociology end Because of his aklll as in iclor, because of hh ruthless Ideas illvme right because 61 his reck of his IncK of.reilglous fear which tcnr his father1 has tho Crown 1'rlnce is a trtuch more fian gcroui mln than the Kaiser When ho Kaiser Is acting- a pan he fmpcrta! phlegm li hound to R 'The "Crown clevcrJy cohcealn If. The Army-knows him for a, Ac.te- UcvU- -They fctioir thai he la H rcbk- oss that he rode1 and won famous stceplechas6 al-tlie risk bl leaking hH neck, thai he sailed a 'eppeltn, much to his fathers dla- lhat he ir.iclfe an aeroplane trip one of the Wrights' when th? leroManft not a ente .hat he nutlo a hunting trip.through IntllaV: 'ttaklng. his llfft wlU icasls- -They IhaL during thlf war hA Kas.ofUn.cfcMaed himftclf to Oh, t 1 Mn lire ayiinfit the- wishes of the old generals astlKned to watch him Ml stiinfi flld to htiild hli rc- liked itf rfo them. PLEASiifQ. PJIETTY girl (inds pleasant re flccllcms Irt her mlrr.or- irASY a roan slubaliis threshold o( 01 itt( ;