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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta BORDEN EXPECTED TO RETURN SOON And Wheii He Comes There Will Be a ShakeUp in y the RESIGN 11 and Crothers Likely lo Drop Ses sion 3 ARLY return ot Sir Robert Bor on to reorganize his Cabinet and summon a fall session ol Parliament to straighten out a num ber tangles that have developed In his Is expected In sernioffl clnl circles Cable despatches last week Intimated that Sir Robert would remain some weeks longer In but there is food reason for believing as a result ot recent advices reaching him from he has reached the conclusion that he ran best promote war effort by re turning as quickly ns possible to AH to the need of all three Ihlngsthe Premiers early return n Cabinet shuffle and a fall BOBS on of wno are watching the Ct things ftt the capital from close range entertain the slight cst in the first place the long absence from Ottawa ot Sir Robert and most of his ablest Ministers acted almost as u paralytic stroke upon what had up to the time ot their depar a very vigorous administration For more than two months there ha not on an more thai onethird of the Cabinet at work In Ottawa In any single and ther have been times during the sam VI HOW THEY JOSH PREMIER HUGHES Australian Punch Takes a Little Fun at Expense of rPrime KISSINGJDUCHESSES And Otherwise Forgetting That He Used to Be a Member of Labor MS i General March REAL HEAD OF AMERICAN ARMY General Chief of period when there wcrenot enough Ministers on hand to make a Priy Council When Sir Rober left for taking with him Rowell and Meighen Blr George by reason of sen was made acting bu Blr Robert had barely arrived in Lon rton when Sir George betook himself to the cool breezes of a summer re sort In his native New Doherty stepping into the Sir Georges absence depriv ed the Cabinet of a leader experi it left the War Board minus a Government representative and a chairman at a time when Iherc was known lo be friction between the board and the Cabinet in regard to restrictions on and when a great deal of fliscontent existed among the business Interests of tho country with some of the boards who succeeded Sir rteorce as acting is univers Is Son of a College By WILLAM OBODY seemed greatly shock ed when the cable brought the word that King George had conferred the Knight Cross of the Order of Michael and George on the American Chief o He has received from America the tills but in N ally recognized as a gentleman of probity and a Jurist of but nobody who knows him pretends that ho is suited tor leadership of a Government and the inevitable results of a Cabinet undermanned and wilhoul strong leadership coon made themselves manifest From Bad to Worse became worse when the 1 ministerial ranks were further decimated by departure for England of CMewburn and C Ihe curious spectacle being then presented of a country at war with both its Minister of Nava Affairs and Minister of War away from it is true appointed acling Minisler in place of but Bur rell Is a genial more at homo playing the ancient and honor able game of golf than in directing tho affairs of a department of ttnd Important results could not rea sonably bo expected from his admtn And sp under the Doherty Burrell direction matters in Ottawa have settled Into a disturbing tho tew Cabinet who are con fluclinft i re as often as not away from the meellngs of the executive have become rarer and difficulties ranging all the way from the Guelph affair to labor dis putes crop up with disturbing regu and wait until Borden comes is at once the watchword of and excuse for a demoralizing Cab inet The situation reached such a dis turbing pass during the last ten flays thai influenllal friends of Union Governmenl are believed to have udvised Sir Robert Borden that his jeturn IP Canada was extremely de not alone in the interests of 1nlon but in the in terests of Canadas continued participation in the That the Prime Minister on return will deem Cabinet re organization as an essential basis of n general housecleaning of problems is believed to be very There tireseveral sufficient reasons for such a most Important be ing that the Cabinet as it Mand is not on a genuine fifty fifty It Is not as strong a politically or od as coalition can be iniido to Drop Burrell and Crotheri A T Conservatives have majority of but the Liberals wield most influence in the Sir Robert will Martin Uurrull and W replacing the it by and the latter by A In this way both Labor and Liberalism would 00 given greater proportional voice in Ihe and Quebec would also have mi additional re up In the hills of wher he was he has and alway will just Bob The biggest thing In Easton has al ways been Lafayette I like the barons castle use to high on the guard ing the town At least it has guard of ed that town being common as many small towns When I wrs In I sometimes gain ed the Impression that Lafayette hnd only one If there were they were never mentioned Every Lafayette man I knew talked about Dad There was that peculiar reverence for him that Wil iums men of an older generation had or Mark reverence so are in the average college boy that it always betokens unusual powers on he part of him who is Thai March had such powers and that they were recognized by others than his pupils is evidencedby the fact that he held degres from more than a dozen of the leading universi ties of the including Glas flnding fault with Norton flittf members of raMnct for staying so tona in Lon instead of coming home lo iraiahten out the Con ana others arc hold ng theihands in holy horror at he thus upon he person of our Prime What leouiathese believers inthe heory that Barton can ao no wrmo of the followingOnt from Mel if Mr rather than Premier the subject of HT Lcse rather HE Impudent Interviewer found William Hughes standing in the centre of a magnificent in a Napoleonic and paused in the doorway to survey the mposing The carpet was spread in a magnificent apartment in the fine home the Imperial author ities had set for Australias am bassador Its the ton of carpet England lent said the Impudent Interviewer said am try ing it How does it become me effect is quite There is a suggestion of a lumult of roses cast at your I noticed thatYou have not thcchaplels and laurel I A PACIFIST WHO CROWN PRINCE IS KEEPS OUTOF JAIL Ramsay Macdonald Also Keeps on Preaching Against Social T II H most conspicuous about James Ramsay fact Premier William and the large enclosure of quite extent was crowded T and every woman carried All for our William I was so In ho opinion of the London which dreads Is he is out of Tor some reason unknown to the great Tory this labor leader is allowed to travel over tho British Isles preaching his Peculiar form of paci fism H is embodied In MHO own assertion that the war cannot bo even from n military point jf beyond that point at which the democratic forces England and other countries of Kurope are ready to take things into their own hands and thus place worldpeace upon a firm Ramsay Macdonald challenges any body to point to a clearer declaration than he has He insists that He Looks Like an But Is Really a Skilled CASES oFcRUELTY He Is a Skilled Publicity Man and Plays the that t wept Where I and 1 am the wharf spread out below me filled with cheering If your old friends the Waterside Workers Union Princeton and Bob March will have to gather Jn many decorations before he will surpass his IJterateur and Professor Alden We Ae finding more and more In teresting in America to trace a mans origin In estimating his Gen eral March had as good grandfathers as any man could hope They were of sturdy Scotch Presbyterian could see you From the lumpers gangway to an Imperial it or ft beats the old log cabin and White House It is most Here in England they know how lo apprecialo a great They stint Look how well they are doing me establishment worthy of a magnificent ser a grand motor a a governess for my above unquestioning acceptance of the idea that William Hughes is a terrific a statesman to be reckon ed a personality to be a man to be a courtly That is what touches recognition of my more homely qualities as a friend a Hughes dropped two tears on the and then hastily rang for a servant to remove them they are generous to you here they give you kll you and in Australia they gfye you more than you I am thinking of historic Egg of Warwick said Every One a Duchew LESS my you must have D felt as important ns an op eratic tenor or a popular picture I felt even more especially when I recognized the fact that every man of those women was I was and by a wharfful of English I flatter myself no other Australian has had that re markable The space rop ed off was reserved exclusively There was a second to ladies o tester cU but 1 scarcely had time w Rive these even a I am a democrat and I hope I shall never bo the man to cut a ijuis merely because she is only a iis not being waged primar thc destruction of armed s of the Imperial German Goy Us object is the deslruc ot the existing social rtainly have that if the masses In v country follow his Mean vhlle he prays for the downfall of he Hohenzollerns because so much the ily orccs ion t will ce lacdonald Ise will collapse in ths A Graceful Speaker MACDONALD is far more KIOKK the war Frledrich Wil Crown Prince of Ger was described ns an tin bcsrhriciicncs which is not so bad as it merely meaning in plain English the unwritten then there have begun lo ap pear on this unMUllled page such ex pressions as Beloved of the People Idol of Army Pupa tlin ma roll down tho flanked and preceded by uniformed will Ihe of trumpets and all Ihe royal pomp that befits the personal friend of tho Teutonic Ciott But the Crown when not a the Front with his beloved soldiers appears in a modest hi Princess by and on the floor of tlin with their bare legs dangling over the his four rather goodlooking youngsters Just an everyday family party oilman outing The people shout Hoch A fine man Crown Prince COOK IS GENERAL IS COOK The Crown grins and thinks German guUurals that in English would mean would eager to end the social system anolher over on good ban to end the He puts these deas in the graceful English which he has been famed ever P he enlered Parliament twelve years ago He is without the trtii ciistrlim burr of Steve Walsh a Parliament who in this Macdonald is not I said the Impuden Inlerviewer Ihere are quite a num her ot counlesses of good repute nn decent nodal standing in poorthings It Is their fnull that they are comparnm We cannot all h how did your lea duchesses receive you En They covered me flowers and Many of them were dear Old may myformer braced I wasehkissed heie and I love the exuberance of English especially us manifested by the upper n is so genuine Do you those duchesses made me feel absolutely at home I was much I kissed Ihcm We wept on earh others That is to a few ol us But 1 am not a large anu cannot accommodate many plump duchesses at a As many wept ray neck as could labor member of ought to be betterknown Ramsay all bluster and incoherence like Will nor does he talk fluent in the manner of Will Cockney Crooks He has not the pathos ot Philip Despite his nams is no trace in Macdonalds talk Jt Scotch lilt on the lips oJ the ale Keir Ramsay Macdon is the labor leader who can ad You think I love The Crown Prince Friedrich Wii he ot the rabbit is a skill ed cnmouflcur Edward Lyell an Ameri can resident of Berlin up to the break in diplomatic nnd who was nulle lo Imperial writes in The Forum A Man TUB Crown Prince is amazingly His face does with dress the Commons with the ele trance Balfours own phrase with the lucidity of the fervor of Lloyd Macdonald was born and reared In poverty In a small hamlet noVfar from the Scotch his mother was well born and it is hinted in the London sketches oE him that his ancestors assoc with Mactiurr not show He has been caricatured to represent a There is no denying his features look He has often been photographed grinning in a silly way but the grin can be For Friedrich Wilhelm in one of the danger ous and sinister men in the world in America the Sunday editions have regaled us with stories of supper rash automobile driving and steeple We all know by now how he led his favorite regiment of Hus sars on horseback up tho terraces of Souci nnd Ihen How One Russian Reginwnl Turned Things Upside Down Told by Russ R1NCESS DOLGOROUKOFF Pwho has come from afler passing four years first with hospitals at the front and later Moscow and Petrograd durI ing the gives a lurid ac count ot conditions Russia I destroyed for many perhaps many genera Nobody who has not seen ondiUons there can Imagine the ruin which the party under Kerensky has The masses are so thor oughly demoralized that last autumn saw acres upon acres of grain left to rot in the while bread ra tions in Pelrograd and Moscow were reduced to r0 grams per It is enough for a woman to wear a hat for her lo be allacked by Ihe Former sociely women stand in bread lines for amid the with shawls on their not and on his mothers side they had In their veins the blood of Wash His mother was Mildred Stone and his greatgrandfather through her was Peter whose mother was Washingtons half A man with blood like that in him has a good But ft good start is not all in a He had besides this the careful training ot the busy man who was his yet who was not so busy that he could not be a com panion to his Ho taught them tho great things that books and the greater messages that God has with some they begrudge me a few policemen of my Here I could have a hundred It I wanted Ah this Is a great a grateful I have not seen an egg since I That is a fact they have been kept from me tender how the severity ot the rationing syslem in Ihe Mother Country bars the use of eggs for political We want a similar system in Aus on m and then they made way for a second and so Dear didnt they get you WafraYher moist after a nuarter of an hour of but what is a little rheumatism to a num suffering for on equal terms Macbeth and strove vainly to prevent themurder of When he was still quile a young child Ram y Macdonald resolved lo become barrister but he found tho path of worldly success closed to Mm In all For want what u e say a good cause And what next or Arthur Meighen will be promoled to the Department of but such a shuffle is hardly So far as a fall session of Parlia ment is it is difficult to see how It can be As a matter of fact an early meeting ot Ihe House would seem to be ab solutely necessary if the is going to conlinue sending relnforce Waste not4 want is my ia the matter of there is no sense in crying over broken Have yon heard of my triumphal entry No It was proudest mo ment of my lifeAs the ship ap I noticed that the wharf had been roped off for my You cannot continue to be the toy terrier of an effete certainly Luncheons and after that and then and then some as our American friends put I see about eighty luncheons looming butoie me an endless vista of What about the food I see no sign of I expected to find limitations to meals in stead of which I perceive that eating If Very your I hope to see you back In Australia a fatler Tn any i trust the waiters wl 1 be commended for Distinguished Sen ice Good said Sorry lo lose but I have an engagement to play Puss In the Corner few h md to work in factories or help in stables or water horses or run er nuuls in city He ife that the ranks of un held gay doings with them Wo know how his apparent thoughtless ness has brought down severe criti cism from the Imperial daring to look different from the My who were ladies in waiting at the court and are slill living in Tsarskoe have nar rowly escaped death because the crowds said they lid not look like comrades though they had no The Princess said that most of the officers of the old army had either been killed by the soldiers or hail killed themselves rather than submit to having their epaulettes torn off their I know one general of the finest cavalry regiment in Russia who was the regiments cook when I left I sne When the Bolshevik revolt began there was a have heard all manner ot stories in the regiment and all offi volving him with light young What we have not heard is that the chosen by ft small Soviet The consequence was that man himself is a contradiction to all the cook general and the his harumscarum actions of the Jal cook Huofc things happen That the emptiness of his face is a was turn ed everywhere everything was skilled labor were recruited from people like It was useless to display talents that could not be cultivated or aptitudes that could not be exploited by an Never Forgiven Sociely T 1 E grew to manhood with a firm O conviction that society was Macdonlld Is but a poor illustration of his own for he has risen to renown hv fostering the aggressive Inboi movement with which his name if genius for organization and the existence of the Independent evidence of that plung mask that nature has given him ap dowtt larently to conceal the calcu wlth a inentH to tho reason That the and one for this hundred his thousand men which Parliament authorized the Government to raise under the Military will have been secured early in Septem at tho latest do that If the House does not meet in the early autumn to authorize enroll ment the countrys pillltary at least so far raising of troops Is will crippled for two or three Ot it is quite possible that the Cabinet may hold that uiifley the War Measures Act it power to exceed the one hundred thousand limit which Parliament but this is hardly The most natural and likely de velopment Is that a week or two more will see the Irime back in busily engaged m reorganizing his summoning Parliament and other steps to written In the wondrous parchment of his will tell you of tho Saturdays and holidays when Professor March would come down from the old house on the with his six sons trooping behind off for a tramp down the The culture of a great of great of tho wide outofdoors where God dwell and where he talked to all entered into Ihe shap ing of Prylon Aguinaldoc Soap JH13N came along apprentice ship In his Occa ionally a politician dpes a wise DIB politician who represented the Kaston dlslrlct In Congress had ap jointed one after another of the sons of his satellites to a vacant West Point They all just as they ought to have growing weary of this poor ho determined to offer it to one of Pro fessor Marchs because they seemed able to do almost family a German edition of Harry that Ca Thaw he is a relent peOpie but the Army ess somewhat and a Headquarters he past master at playing the sojdiers rum They needTt more than Army Him bellevo that TH10 soldiers in his ftrmy love I flamp nlghts In the trenches Friedrich He has L nip of rum to warm js made It his business to meet as many very of them as They love point of any That Is good for the The ono famuiar with the German mil entire male population Ury organization knewythat a requ ctlrinn OH ino BUUlJij Germany todayexcept some nion on the su istsbelieye that the Crown Prince needed through reiji 4tmA Tnafann nftlVOrK anv time r AchanneK made ils liler read8 a new llflt OermanB killed or ed the grandstam restore to the Administration the vigor and prestige it has un doubtedly lost durlnff the past two There rumors I hut Doherty is to resign from the port folio of Justice to succeed Sir Chatlaa nitniin 1 on Ihe Supreme iiendiiVud that inora tktnll some the less jron ftilnfc pr them A always shuts hi eyes when he looks at a faults Professor Marchs eon did not fall then or This Is what ho has done In preparation for the bl lask he is now carrying on lie spcn leu years In Ihearmy before the SpanishAmerican War then he was captain of the Astor Baltory in the during which he almos captured He did captur Uichurd liardln Davis has told that how Cup tuln Marsh Utiys from soap and were searching Iho baggage they had cap tured wllh the rebel chieftains and found a case of fine But Captain March did not happen to be a and so he did believe ladys possissions were the spoil of her badly as they needed this part of Papers he would and anything that might e of value to enemies in but ot her So they wont unwash Then came tho RussoJapanese and he went as an not o but to learn A learner al a strict so bravo hat he never feared to go before vhen the command was to heseare tho things which he built 3ii the foundation his father Everybody knows that when the United States entered this war March vas merely a colonel of But hey also Know some things In Wash So he went abroad with Pershlng as Chief of and aid the lines on which the American artillery has become that thing ot terror the Huns arn finding Then baoU to become tho real head of tho Chief ot No one ature editing cialist writing Socialist pro making Socialist speeches in the glittering fluent style for which he is so much admired as an That is the right word for Mac tho London Clarion He is highly scientific in his attitude to even ills wellknown view that the formation of character Is the true aim of Iho being a Darwinian He married tho daughter of a distinguished man of science and very early in his career enjoyed whatever advantages may be presumed to result from ad mission lo besl His Intimate contact with the proletarian leaders of tho Continent of Europe has given him a cosmopolitan Deformed riMlKlittlo bride was getting ready cook her Ilrst turkey for the Christmas dinner in tho new His folks were coming on for a and In honor of the event she proud ly ordered a it sometimes happens that In the hurry of that busy season Did he not say so in an in terview which he gave to an telegram army the Unowa what he will bu before the W8X Is over nor what honors he will bear Qne thing la Ho will do the he Is set to lie has the he has the start his father gave has the Ions npjirentlceHhlP toTolir Fale merely found him Yorfc 4wo pickers of tho fowls are too hurried und too careless to gettho various parts of the anatomy placed as they should On tho day the turkey was deliv ered tho butcher was called lo tho when a voice at the end said I want you to send after this turkey right away I wmi t keep The butcher could not umiei nnd when he asked she said Its and I couldn t swallow mouthful of Now so happened that he hail personally wrapped up tHat und ho thought at tho time what a line i Kn ho asked for an ox correspondent Keeping that in go back into the Crown Princes Ho had two pet He wanted these dogs to sit1 on their haunches and hold their forelegs out It would be a pretty sight when he took his dogs out riding in a little He couldnt train one of the dogs to slick out his forelegs like becoming greatly Friedrich Wilhelm snatched Ihe llllle animal by the scruff of the neck tnul buried its nose In the It chok ed to To make sure lhat the other dog would hold out its less Friedrich Wilhelm broke both of It could never bend They were indeed as straight His Imperial Highness was the Mob truth about the matter Is thai T A Hard Worker HE heir to the German throne Is Ho works He any for i ciime und it I Tlln truui uuoiu iuu niuivtv 40 tho Irown Prince is a genius for playing the He doesnt caro more for the mob than does the The mob causes his royal blood to The Kaiser tries to the but it is exquisite tor ture for him to pretend he bus deep Interest in people who are julie Ignorant and Alter acling his the exasperated with will turn around to a royal aid and let go an Not the Crown He never shows his Every time he can he moses Ihe mon believe they are the 1 es liltle people in the What a aliiee lh Crown Piluco is a takes his military duties very serious ly He has worked like a Trojan to perfect himself in military He is a keen student of isociology ami Because of his skill as because of his ruthless ideas n I Hiviiie right because of his recK teaSneVss of his lack of religious fear which fear his father has the frown Prince is a much more dan gerous man than the Whcu the Kaiser is acting a part he I The imperial phlegmU bound to The Crown Prince cleverly Army knows him for v dare devil They Know that ho is a reck less that he rode and w on a famous steeplechase atthe risk of reaking his neck thathe sailed a much to his fathers nay that he made an aerpplane trip with one ot the when the e was not a safe vehicle made hunting trip through risking his life with They Know that duringr thli war he has often exposed himself to Ire against the wishes of the old generals assigned to watch All hpa6 stunts he did to build his rc putalfonnot he liked to do A PRETTY girl pleasant re lections in her fOVQU a wan stubs his on thresUold ol ;