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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BRAINS OF CANApA--No; 33, to fhe Flag 'His' Ihe A'ch. PoslniflileV-GcHcral's Sole tdnlVifciilio.r.o Coiio vJian lo Oralcrji. :'-'-v' I meJ bji most brilliant chnruclor sketches In the oariy at Ui-vlew of Ilavlsiti with .lhfs .self-Imposed canob' ueforo '.i hevwoiild try to depict his subject as lie'appeared to himself nt Ws beil, nol as he appeared lo Hs ene- mies at hlJ worst. It was a terrible Btnndant lo live up to, vivid Ihough the Stoad Imagination aiid abounding AS Iho Slead 'charily' WES. d' >'ou think Sir. Stesd was anylhlnir but the grwtesl-hearle-J. mosl loving lover of his kind you don'l know Iho first thing about a heroic, unselfish nobleman.) To describe nua men as they seem to If til, what a stock o( aureoles would 'have to be stored in tht literary cup- Aboard and-whal a lino- of'-tiller disappointments you would nave to draw uponl In tils eeries of Mr Blondl'r. is, like David Thompson, llio greatest land geocrapher whom an> -coonlry has produejd- He per sonally'unknown lo the writer. Thcr la -this dlfferenca. Thompson has. been dead sb.-ty years, end. Mr.- Bloadln Is very much ullve. Perhaps there Is a-mistake i here. Beptembcr, on B boat, away oown.the St. Lawrence, the Included Mr. Blondln and very humbla Iniilvldunl. There was a 'Bveetlug, such as had nevor been: exchanged" al Ottawa. Yon know Ike feeling; when you meet In Picca- dilly a Toronionlan wllb whom you '-'were not on nodding ieimi athor- he "offers yon hla deart-sl frlena. and j-pu_marvel campalgnlnt- yjalnst CunBdVs admis- sion or iho existence, as n, Catiadlan rcsponBlblllty, of1 the fleet. Hli friends, ovhcsli object lr. Neville ChambeHaJr, Is hoi' 16 have a seat In Parllaroent -ni p. i John' .sfcDougsn, most un iiaual Tte'Confcrcnce Manitoba him to .Wlnn ufcg'for chnl nnn of the'cbnferenCB asked.him ake a -.wnlkr and durln g Hits tlm he-questioned 'hl'ni-' nbolil ear [11 and his''later'work In Weste TTiimantr hour, before he announced hL, ap 1 ,ent In lie House ol Commons cime. inlo-tbe Cabinet Pellelier went ojt, to repre-t I French Province on Its pro-wr 'Ha n-ver had to 'explain hlj 'enccs lo lae British Wr :Mayor for th 'dine will not hale much chance, to Cariod'o. i was said nboul t. QCIOUQ. j -i but it W close, of Ihe con- vVrsitlon- jhoiql-alnnan; Well, fnctprjVw'e vou nti. 10 Sir Thorrias removed from the.Prime Minister. 'J! 'second" successive'Lyea 31 I -and. wonl-'goiQCn. Instrurhentai- In "notaJbly removed from .Ihe.Prime Minister. "a -u Canadians were nol havlng.foV ,'cb- as men have etflclenl .crBanlzation Ite Governments reralion lo.Quclwc. Je" Mm-3 .Sources: for. war n... of Una t E. flloniin. travel Ine road which Is a long long way fro-n i ttreel and not one fifth as lonely t? There was of that fttllng In the casual exchange ae.ow Mont How He Won Fume" AT Olliwa Mr been firs' is Deputy Ue Governments reralion lo .CJUCMC. re; >f lir. nlondin, the comedy of the war he a'nst-ls sec-the llrsl Drench 'place, occupied by a pollll- moSt ol bis compatriots regard as one who sold them' for clover' and the second place 'and the thlrf. place filled likewise. Tha blame for that belongs to. Ihe utterly de- graded Idea or politics" which, has too much obtained amons >us and which too ofUn -lots the statesman letter Gen v de- Purposes. ?vel. LhMe. llore- a severe wrench to hit he sill ale fnlhfcr ,_._. long oXspcialed with them both in public' work, and himself no meanjudEC of men. from ;whlch It Ls choien w-selj-'and w'ell In'chbos ns' occuponl of.. the. most .onerous posl'thal he.had OMMOIXJRE SUETER.J who 'dl O reels ,lhe_ Brlllsh Xaval Al Service, lella'-a ralhe'r rood jOWEVTI1- btate. eral. wllh patronage of thlnt of :VTtat.clou.Boijrass> tlilnK of him1 -How about Paul J.arnarcho jrro was left lo tread Ihe Nat'-na Irt winepress alone? sort of Imperialist George .Foster pour upon him? Does tie Prime Minister seek an otherwise thorny couch. Ecrlously reflecting on lie Nallcnaltst tliuravlnlte wruc-h now speaks for French Cajiailn.; la .a Cabinet which Is Ilrillsh, Brlllsh, and Iherj British some more? Does Mr. Blondin, at his best, ap- pear to himself ap a ealnt Illumin- ate, or as c. filnner repentant? .It laller, who shall begrudge to him ind tte-crowd .pi eTippllaats-.vhlch'eTc-r Big Postman's prdgrtss.-. There Is.i .Durgalorr'ln'offite; MlnlsleVa candid; friends usually of us were reared Ir belief that'It Is quite aj right to .do aa a politician yo would never stoop to do In yoar pre sonal builness? Heavens! .What- dras If Is When Ihe ration-Is asked to be.iuil a tho boy who eveii-s triourh he tingles with'phys cal iear.'riiaEnlHcenUr clambers ov Ihe 'parapet' lo destruction. mo6t 'the exalted. Is the ghastly vl m of'the old p.irllzanshlp In t errris'-of which too lieavy a propo ion of Its members live and mov nd have .Ihelr bclnF. "Anylhin ra nave .iiicir UCHIK. win- is a Dead fr- no sinecure. Ills .lally -_____..... nrodiir ou-S .quantl er, It that clly onday, jmeand sabodttln Lonoon. Staff George .put tho him In'sncli a way'" (hat he .Celt to be Im possible. ;For an nppeal to sense o uty Is -in vain to I Chamberiajn. He accepted an" office vhlch'was on' which held promise of', proving both he most -arduous and :tho. mos nanklcss o[ .all which the Prim Minister had lo bestow. For. whll t'ls certain thit he mirsl Incur oppro >rlurri-from very many, li. Is at leas problematical" whether" ho will pleas more a very 'ewl When Mr. Neville Chamberlain ac Ihe apnolntmenl, everythl; in connection with It was In an Traveling up. from London f -I In the, o der lo Inspccl Ih'e dnmase' :dorie. h noticed IhaL one of the .workmen; a certain' fielory he >f islled look weary. 'pit: of 'ipr generallr. learn.l .the. reaap "he olVr employe.who askM as the .lo. d early last. avhard 15-5 work- Tlicn.-'prese'ntly.- the. izzer Eocsl'a'nd UP rhlials, aiu the tea. and S.vts mc'-.m" 01 conferred V.ih.ietUlnshlp al, j cari; Jpjcimp'.pn B prairie a hundred miles fronirlhe eirest while man and cook his .meal, bequcftlhed Ihe 'portrait 'b'r' one' of ad- illrals, 'an ancestor of cpmrheiited Craven. Ke was. .ticrity-nve1.' pounjlB. "'f'.- EMPRESS EUGENIE'S' Wbftk-. Eueenlp. 1 and Boul With -Ihejoi.lies, and I..' j way'.- Every Ik j luggeiling nnd out :'nwr'., jchemce 'ciUulIslieil a'-larire h_er; hula, fn thVpark .it( lolnla 'where th'b pb- when; art' oy the-.offlceripallenlBkBne ace that they" are-p'roperlyiajljiiileil lo'-'catch tho moafor nn'il Hie least; of'- .11 clillii. ''There ore .lemils: courts ;ln; the grounds, loo. Despite .hor'great: aire'vShaiJTall; '0 -EmpreaB calls the hosjillal every morning to Inquire! person'nlly ir'ftey nri'. j'mnri. them i'Ine lat'eat 'books, and'.Also- pilules, Ulp whlch.lV her The wo'unded'me'nJ'looK'- fpr'tief omc In.the same. ar.iihWlclJvV ft IrayeJ _.sexeral days wllhout a mosXrat, i.-voiins .owC was considered- n luxury-, aiid. devoured witli avldlly, a'n then com6 up" In the open with the' Ih'erm'omtler.ref Isler- nB under .Ihe ,iars on a'bea'Vmaie ..of-'. broken rigs amnied In "a hole scoopert ou .._ .j bv snow Tr- K THE QUEEN AND CHARITY ci ,e. -fc- ne prove, of Ol -l.aiB.fIJl an .nnd responsible bfllclal positlon-.ln connection ..wllh lhe; enfprcembra leeis- in oroate form. But from the very ou set he was able to rer.llze thai It wa Ministers canrnq. inenua elble lo no 11 ne that thOTOUfhly ncqualnl-jtor drearino cd with the furnllure thereof, cspc- ,ha MVr. clally the distorting mirrors-: Mr. sir H cay Blondin has had fcur 'offices In five species of British liberty which he achieved by leaping Ihrouah the.holes that were shot In Ihe Brit- ish flag by his compatriots before he waa bom, IdentlHcatlon at which. In Ihe manner aforesaid, has to dale bren Mr. Blondln's contrlhu (lon'lo Canadian- Wslory iind lo ou 'Blondln "wants to iaa n factor In the amicable nd ory oni nol'uritA .lid I (1'nd our that ".he -nuiadrjwas. alr raid In'the miadlc HARRISON'S RIPE. AGE author. S The he Hliltorlca.l and Hcleptllle nr John'McD'ouBan was a mar, of rrrea of greal optimums He cver'hacl lalth In tne poasTbIlltles' of -Western Canada, and [h- snUK farm'-houses, when .the cati 'woiilrl -rrtiound the crash of R'.-rllltlP GITVBS.-.wlKl ha'j at-. iS'l hls-Eraphlb .of .the war- fere on' the.western-f.rtnl, tejls the following 'good' sjory "bboll. 'The; Ba'lkan Flo eiys. tlLitt thero.werc nppallliigiy, severe. lir.( hevVaV rprhloVlen'. .'.4_ (tf FrtEDEI'.IC crilic, barrL-rter. lorian Iraveier.. nhfl Joner, recVHlly 'ctlebraled his .S5th Ho once told' Hial .ho rose from 1 Inn added, .VI nisl'aln Imperishable oratory. r There Is icpenlance anrl reptnl-jr ance, .The" Ecrlplcral: kind, which] all men reverence, U assoclalcd with1 sacXcIolh ana nshcs. WTiat makes the Blondln brand a llrtle rough on the swallow 'Is It li ai-oclaled en- tirely wllh morocco-bound porW 'folios and a blajtnE hearth In the I.aVrevln block; Only a very honesl man couia'carry a load of sriel and a burden of .emolument at Ihe same time The; tmolpmenl la so apl lo grief that the spocLi- :tpr foes' not gel fair .Idea of their Intefchanseablllly. They tell In Quebec- Interesting slor- lit. young fellows In Ihe gallery didn't. They were not (air to him. Even a culprit on Ihe drop 13 allowed to speak. Another disappointment has couie to Mr- niondln. He wa-i slctel to pj through tho Wast making re- crnl'lir.f 'rpct-chcs'ln French settle- minis about the lime Parliament reassembled. Mr. CaFcraln died vlrtchlr.-and tho tour was cancelled. Et-islon Mr. Blondln was dumb except-'when answering questions through his estlmilcs- Ilia 13 easy enough, though he frort tolxicco. JTlrits, macleTup rttabcs, aojuired for .tie parpoK- .'He has r. Arthur Collins, wnom (o-aancs. i! ade general -ecrotary .of the unable I .rt. and unable to keip awake, h'e- lustmcnl. and consummation, of all treaties made. lie look'.pnrl In them all and was In every case the cham- pion of MB red acled. piaco commissioner' nfier ;the. first Rl'cl llebclllon, nnd 'nealn In lind perpelmled Ihe "lerrlhlc massacre at Frog I-ake, fijakalchewnn. John MoDoiigall lield over hi." Irlbc '.d Sloneii. In fact, ui.i'l ot h''men-'In Seoul diiilos for General strange-si relief John'McDougall the service of hla Mailer and-human- LUC pulr treasurer of the doesn't eecm lo think In It. He has DUly Ireasurwi i _ _----- mlnrham. anft a man of grtal expert KNOLLYS- knowledge of flmvnce, an well as one of.proven orfanl.lnj capacity. The --A1Mnndra's devoted' Duke of Portland, moreover. Qneen ,aced of SJj. J. narllng and Turner, aslant ngenl'.lo hi, lakcn H tales, cr has made him director of tha I" one (j Jhe The rnaCTg. lo beMdo. VVhM HU-tuh II her letter, are iil- ,IIB task ahta'd'of aiambcr- wayj iiiraornlnarMy, clear onj ex: 'exceedingly' fir rtr.vfr die 1 Ulin '13 tO crfcrtjuzc power and ftc of'.hftlMlsa knolhT IP SCrVlCO Ol V The early Metliodliit missions Ich sprang up In Hie1 pioneer mehLi of tho new rk< on horiehack and..afoot .be veicd r tho e la.31 'rrioinepls dy ng: Us wns'.i labor'.whose regard Is no. In malefial thlniO. but more In the nil- rillbn'. Iho reipecl, and Iho love o a fellow-meny.anil women, .Hi riiefl It to thc'toll. tha has lieen Ills eternal rest, 'can frilly'lie "Oil hlm- We1 one -thou rood nnd fallliful nen-nnt ntcr, inou.lnto the-Joy ol the AlisENT-MINREDNESS T Is sal J that lal ''IrlRh Ihp. cnt-mlnded''man alive: .llke.wlie-BE f. aX lost more" nm'brcllas than there 10 daya In the year. Recently he wefjl ont to a luncheon [spcmlely- clutching a brand new 'win you ,nrlhlnjf: ob'out .which ehall be iIlBwert to wrlteT" The for a. nnd. 'ijulle gmyely. "There. much'lhat IB In-, In nulgaflan' surcastlCAlly, "I. may permit-, led lo describe Ihe of the blrdir "Ilr''nil aidd the cordially; 7 i ioean'l lo he ibunc'ed: "I borrpwcd IL antl I Intend lo' lose It" v -Tlq 11 lo Ihc lable ont friend .lo'hold li for you, inolhei .'.'Have 'em put U In the inlnl adHMd. Mr. nlfrel Ignortd Ihem ,all. He placed Ine'umbrelti'o'n the and p-anted belli (eel firmly upon H 10 the -hllarloua d'ellghl frlenrla- j hei.had finished ilinchecn. arrf left SOUNDED ''if IF; followlni; Bton: Is told o< Healy. purlnir ihe' ht riuSpfns "voice coming from nn adjoining room.dls- turlKld Ihe'courL what that .noise Is, -Mr' Iljilyr- alArt Jndjc.; Heilv'a reply. "It must be one ot my lenmrd frlcrd-1 tiling (in affioaTiL1'. PRINCE .._ QUEBN MART Mncij the Prince of a- of llllle Jtllceclai. after the manner ol any "fornmy'i" The' p'rlnrj, always had A 60. cakes., me-vnj ari brand, -by the smoke In brtai mik- Ihf ;