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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta _j Reputation Leader of' Ontario Libcraht frl> J National Cause HasWon Fqvor A Courage and .1, T'V'.v 'i is Kolus l0-lf2'thrilled'by .rrie'ii w' detest "'.'it He the Liberal Once OftcrcU Part- Pie.rpont Morgan and Declined. UNIJFFB-PWKS, WrillnB In Ilic New York Sim' about Ixjrd sinner, tiys: pt Ihc .livc.iricmljcra ol tlio War C6inmlltco. of ?ncw .lirlllsh Cab inet, Hint IE say, 0( Hie inner circle 61 tho Administration, who form Ihe species pt .'illcluloialo to which the Ilrlllnh Braplrri looks for JOSEPH CHOATE GREAT AMERICAN [A Wonderfully Charming Per sonalily, a Splendid Intellect, a Courtly Gentleman. KINDLY, KEEN, SUAVE Distinguished Jurist nnd Former Ambassador Eighty-Five This Monlh. -I General Ulrich Wille Mies' to Ihb'nrsl generalship. They nny he essential to the nde- -inato equipment for Ihc role Moses endured, an sednK him who Is InvlHlbli-. How ranch has Howcll Unown about his fate! Has Ihe'etlll small'volcc.'of-destlny whis- pered In his c.ii- when Iho ilny Iwraoincst, and the hour most dark? the cross of Indisputable lendcrr snip oi-er failed lo cast Its heavy shadow lonB. lone before, lo the man hecti marked to carry It? That, of course, can only lie known lo flowell, and bo doean't tell, -lie has'lhc good old Uclhfdlst belief In providence.-and-ln a God who makes bare Ills arm. Coil la His own-Inter prelcr, and He. will makc'll plain. Man of Courage and Vision r) UT "e makes it plainer, and doe soricf'-raayiiVllinoVdioote L> It sooner, to some. than I man liko' hoVo'll. 'Thai iiorl. others. -Those lo whom secrets hav has i-ot lo iearii.'whit hla ccn revealed, keep.their own coun successful conclusion of Ihr only gencrnl In the Swiss army- nt war, 'thq or.ly one who rivals Lord I '.Should a German Invasion occur urain In masleriul .ahlllty. IH ln swllzdrland General L'lrlch Wllle There arc rriiiV Indeed wlio In command of the entire Miner. upon him ns nupprlor In capacity j Swiss" army, o (ormer Viceroy of India, and II ii wonderful tribute.'lo would Interfere wllh his ess Ihal ihe English- i" political future. f "fritrnac bud prcju.Hco B tbuncctocl I tluil Is orrbntbuB lias been collccnilnp-ltoe ocriiian Dlrlli n o[ Milnor HKU live almonl uminJrnouslv.lnslEtcil on r ,jcst'eenrlcc onc rjrndcr him ho IIKX H Is realized that Joseph Hodges Che-ate, famous In'.V- yor, publicist, and was Sa on January il, II must alao.ljo rc-al- npprociatton of this preat American which Ilio occasion again spontan- eously called forth IK undlmmcd by reusing writes II. Jlerlan Al- len In Ihe New Outlook. Unll: Ing the highest Intellectual gifts and attainments iviln Innate Integrity, Efmplicily, and refinement." ho lo'-day esemblcs rio one liiorc llian the chlv- Irotis, cultured, invincible Wlllam 'ill, Lord Chatham. One Is impressed at once with tho sl.ilwart frame and massive, head .Chonle nlways has been, and sill r Us'ly. r learned -he Mr. lurned to de- hi U'ccamc Ic-ader'pC the Olltarji'ijbSrel PArlv. man for nniloual leadership. Howcll been ia.r'enpugh- and lone L ,n -rho Vnlley. Humiliation 'A Is ill 1U-I ,__ r: f a.n.llohne-Enteriie lohio Jaal r monlH for BirJiobeVt H-rcsteil on-two have never rejo ced nijhe that it was o( ,n salesman They prefer llie old It Tra3 service .has meant 'recunlary losi t Voy nearly !n hundred repre- >Varbur sentJlve'.rS-'lrom Quebec who the cc who I ton; direct.. i4, Province cannot tfi 'bt'One lUundrdd'.'- Issued no ft: which -She t., II ''a'ainsl the re-lection rtotfell the re-flection ,C M [ind shoiv a marvelous courag 'couragti wli'ch, to most, looks like svrcckaec. "You will ruin Lhc omc of'hls slnccrcsL friends said to owcll, when he Insisted on "Abolisii- hu-Ilar." WHhln five yeftr.i Onldrlo under prohibition nn-1 mp.ij vco'liody Hianhful, Indciil. Howe] Idn't have Lhe ivar up Ills of ourso.' but lie had-faUli, ana ;ho nnrl he sees the travail of his o.il. .Olhcr trnnECorniatlons may.ljc n can tell? CcrtolrTof. Hie great Iniflincs.i men alreddy alluded to Have got "tb" slfiinne Idea that we nchlevo nn tlonal unity" in Canada by Irr.itln Llio.French.oa ml slake. I Lhle commonwealIh, and Quebec as poor relation on Ucket-oHeavc- .T them It la matter ol imllCteruhc U'hcLlier (i statesman like Royrcll elands wllh the senior idlans.- ,has always Is ,not i i ni! ijcsi fcti ivt viii- Council.'despite Ills Ttuion birth, c.irly nnd rclalions. Hllncr 'is an entirely Ml: ani- aclvantaKCS ol' _.......-------- wealth, or Ihe .Inlluencc otl mcpctant al jjus-ortorf on tb powbifiil ..managed to1 achieve as a. and to'win' sent House of Gr.ind Cross of the rdcr.'of'tho Hath, usually rcBaroed plnce lie us Ihey really ore. Ills Erandratlier was-an man of Ihe name Jnmes Richard- son illlncr, who eslabllabcd-lilmBeV as n merchant al IJus-'ol'ilorf on tb jniilnc a few yeais aflcf trie-battle o 'the.name of 1 c.i'llcd himself! Richard marrying nt Dusscldorf handsome r The f__________ tq'nolitlcally He hail, an .op 50pDca por tun I ty' away, above ivh'at llie parly call nnd he rose Lo It nmgiiiriceutly..' Hla speech to iiic Frenchmen .tn' Toronto on for' his C apnnrjr.i repute" down? llie] St. anything lift !j'had' trian done before s Ihe crowning reward of el Ice under Ihe Crown, before he was I. Mllher' is Benerally undcrstoo.1 lo aVo Vccciyccl to Hive declined ah partnership trom the late J Ple'rp'onl Moreaii. Tlllt n'ancler was 'a particularly shrewd udec ol an Invitation lo oln hra'flrrn' waE wont lo be regard- ed'-an'ii'very Bieat, compliment ani as a. niploraa'of -lirllllMcj from the moat ot Ii- nancb.of his time. Hii Gennan IhcMalel'-SIr Cllnlo W-i.W ne princlpa larfner. and irianneer; ot.- the ._Bri Ms lid'of con ii orj.'-Pierpont II IB sa it Ihc'bffcr was f Ihe idynntngcs'lie uuitio'Lord Jtilncr.wcre of a vc alluring''ciiaraetcr. nnd that the ;CE.arlled German, lady ot. tho namo ol Sophie II Eer- 1 Von Uappard. n 1S25 nichard- his Ie moved lb Neuss. They had veral Of llic'se biio liocamc proftssor of, tlic Public school or ymnaslum" of icveuznacb.. Another n look orders in the ;Lutheran lurch nnd became paster a mall .town'In the- lUilnc province. per cent, .'of'- whnl they h'ear.i llackehzlb'Kine wlier, be was In thAtanlnet.UM-d lo confide to ad- leadership andiencea that reafly Sir frlil iwouia have'bern rhucTi wiser If he had: clioaen 'ilic :honorable friend hy tils'aide, than _ himself, for the nVtrolip'-jof-'Lalior. -The, honor- able 'friend r'would ''EmlTo a. sickly suhllc1 Byntitntbies of thr. cosiriopol. tan without, which, ae they sec It, no real Cnnnclian Is well equipped fo Canadian scivicc. In Toronto, thttj AiK-prsllv onflK ino m- saw a Rowcll who was new lo Ihom fina rut hla piclurc In Ihelr hcarls r i r HEN' the Clinio -'Davklns lo Ink r. "Morgan .was especially" for- of Mllner..ln li aialra.'. fallens Blmllar'klnd, r declined -this a of- 'a -som third son as a landcU roprlctor and mWistralo in lhc rovincc of Poaen, "_, Born at G.essen fourth son, v; Yoid-MlLncr.-came. Inlo the worlrt'at Meuss, hl3 blrlH belns rc- there" on lhc 20in oC June. uncier the niiine o( Karl. He received Ills'eriucnlion- at _._ of cJiisslc mold, nnl In anil month lhc physical side of jiln la distinctly reminiscent of England' ISth cpntury War Minister. Tho nos [s slralght and prominent. The eyes reveal e-jbtte and varied of expression; they can dart fire droop in Irony, sparhli; wllh humo hoam In kindness, or inclt'ln" Bym'pr About llie mouth .rests, a deck otl charm; unconcealed mustnch Ihe lips are ncilhcr compressed up full. Firmness !s there, hut lurka within. CJrryish-brown hair, parted In lhc rrflciaic over a. broad forehead, closely cropped side Kers, and faulllcss dress comphitc a description ol a truly courtly dcmo- cr.il. >Vllh a face lighted up as only Mr. Choatc's can will be voiced In hearty but musical containing, too, Jual a Eiisplclon .'ol Herbert C. Hoover llic llel'n'luni ItcJicf Conmilsalon, heaJ of the p'rcaf orffanlznltor lal works uncenBliiEly lo keep (he j of tho In thch. tnrvcd bodies, lle'lias come to Am- rlca onco more lo .nsk that the Inltcd Btatca'do her share in'supply- np of Iho which ielgluni musl-havc'or perish. Ituallon In llelffinin Is the since the licglnnlnf; of the war. 1 lave ccnie home to for. more' funds." This .phologrupli .was spe- cially posed and taken after his arri- val In New York- Yankee That .btitrays etls oriKJn. not at all ihc man's ilassachns Bonn. Bonn. a-- where' he took hla medical 'desree Hu Keen, Wit TRULY hero Is a personally 'al once picturesque and magnetic. Other men have challenged the. .world with intellect, hut they have taken themselves nt alLtimpa aerioiigly. Mr.; ChoalG lias not tlone'ihl's. one he Look hL3 mcaica, alrhlres ihe learning world hno.7 1S56 in lelge.anJ grace of diction that ill? sluden ot Lwenly-lhrce, Unmarried InfirulsH America's WAR CABINET SECRETARIES Ihe list proof, and'rin-' mark be chnlkcd upon tho Between Halifax nnd Victoria., there. aro; at' least nincly- sevcri who Quallly. than cvcr.shoivcLl. 'A'New. brun'awlck Senritor -tolil nio lasi'-yeq'r; clEbtcen Nova Sco'njins '..tire' .th.e_; .cighlccn ablest HQUEC_OJ Commons: In the'LogisiaLu i .-'ii-----. atsplrllcd loyi In'- ot ipi "ruTmp. Hi learte'r s. about tnc onlr tclleftuai 'distinction. -Timl.waa ni- temperamental dlsllncllon wblcS; hampered itiVtittenlion to duty was aposlolic'ln ihla-T-that to lake po the f- A bnkcr' dozen In'the LCBislalurc could scarce ly'bc'htld lo'riprcEonL all lhc defeai- Liberal Ism fhc conslllucnclcs. An ejccUori'-wifl coming op. Liberal parly had been smashed. PrcsUgc was Who could'.bTlnff salvallbn nith? Past Practice.'. uy'pqLiTicus. N" EVEIV In-all the si Kccrtiriri-' ,iinill, the Var Cabinet was'Tormcd.'j No min- utes of proccc'dinga kepi. Nor Wero any 'Cabinfcl'-MlnUlcrB suf- crcd loiuakc notes fltJ.lU meetings. with the cxcepUon bolievt) "of a few nd't'cs take Prlmo Minister for EUbECqiierii Information of the No per- mitted lo 'he present' at Vany r BUC! meeting such of'flclnls 'mlffht on vcry'nire'occaslojns, summoned to (or example: the Atlorncy-aeiicpl (In orrner days' noL a Cabinet IT' 'io lna' Liberal on to ani'otumtnrwh'en'.ll w.na clenr Inat it confldenco made'! It '.difl'lciill r for JournBl'lili io'' chnmplon Jpoltllcla'ns ivhosi Idwli'Wcrc nil of the 'enftli onrlliy- unspoiled Wood S.p.S. were nol'lo be- come the. perpe'u-'1.1 sloean of Ihe Liberal, party. .So they vren'f ilp T.ow't-ll 'nnd shoivcd him the wMcn hart foon'-.'ori Infco: Eb'rrr F.lljaa.i wllhl'n 'Tnk; they ssld, "i nifty Co.t you, for else be'cnll ed Into'consullation- .And yet there vivo been Cablncls. HoncveiY the present1 War Cabinet, wlilcli has njany ciierlalicd 'iflolntcd so many' "weii-'e'stnblisried: has resolved- on.r jVeink; no .lonitcr BCcretBrylclES- It.'.taa "P- BCcretarylclES. np- emhllrig )n a few wccks t iwlnted three- Secretaries, War Cnblncl's nearly ns many its iorEi (ho Secretarial r. own body.. These ,arb jscorclatiei lo lie .ailiU- lon, a number, ot prl- alo' being and tho one of Us members is said to remarked, the olhr.T al Hie nrllish Oonsulatc at.Cologne a Mrs. Cromle: siie.wis of. Irish de- scent being -a daughter of Major- General Heady of the'Drllish A little less'than a ycnr aflerward Ihcir Alfred, now I-orU Milner, was born at Glcssen. From isai to 1S67 Dr.: Karl Mllner by virtue ol deiirco, but by rluc of his'diploma 'from, the Uni- erslly'of nix or years of eSlslence. In London Captain-Amcry- irinp; which, he "simmers, Dr." M.llncr took Hi Germaiiyp where h j Ita Branches nnd bearings, la prouab- I ciuaiificaliona art bc'.k--varied nnd valuable, lie hn deal of active service sVcli 'a ncuscu Knt'Hsh wife, v of and where :-ho Is snid-to have been a. nnd Intellectual woman, died or to Great Britain, there Is a i hing else Tvhlch Has hlclcd-fn him npart ri3 so real" (in influence. It s the permanent social genius of Lhc man, created .-by Ills' 'democracy, smoothed to finish by his'tplcrnnco, Ttid memorably lit lip by a, ch'aiTiiing wll which Illumines all .else, .and has kept his mind and.body yduTiff al live years heyonrt the Ills six years' stay nt p St. James1 was one iinlntcrruplet triumph; It 'too miicb_l6 _SQ.J that he onjoyert sre.iler populnrlly i England lhan.any of his' prcdcces sora, ivilh'lhe possible exccplton.o Lowell. Many .an International ivrln klc was ironed out by a, Ui'ncly Jolt Indeed, as an after-dinner speahe Ms renown has equaled that held fc suavlly, remarked: "Ah, yes; a cap- able younuman, a very capable young man. In his U years' term he may loam enough lo be a Judge." a. Certain New Yorh bar dinner, after n prosy raconteur had nearly succeeded In emptying the room, this versatile hnmorlst'snvert the cvenlns vlth his first ivorda. "Mr. Chairman and said he, "we arc all here thn Many Lovable Sides N'OTUER time, during a will case, Chontc waa amlnlng one Felix ivho had testified lo certain facls very injiirlous to the great Jurist's case It' allowed to stand. The first question asked was: "Is it McClusky, .that you'have general repute as the modern Baron the'second lilrickRuard that has asked me Ihal. question In lhc lasl shunted Ihe wllnofS3, face anil r.nock. Whercal .U ocs not need a' lawyer lo iiolnl. out really Impaired In tlic eyes ury. The "aslulc counsel hml Riincd s rjolnl.' Of course Xfr. Choale's name Is not nknown In Lhe world of .politics. It ignred nmohp Ihe foremost In Ihe ght flgainsl Ross Tweed In .'1S71-1- Ji M.vnll lo Vo Xl'ihs W'SpPAi cainpnU' In I 5me" Lo hi ale Sir TatlonSykcs, who able enough, was an cccenmc and domeslle troublts uubllc property. Slr.Mark Sykes T. sne of the most universally eslcni S members of the House of Com mons.'1, His speeches art- full oE foo forUhoughir and b Yorkshire marricd'-lo daughter ;ot and a slsler of th late Sir-EUlon Gorslr llntlfih Age and Co'naul-acncrnl "li- nos 'traveled widely and) much-'.' tV' iaaplalii "th-o LhtrJ no stranger to.Canada. hai-ins'ylsHcd this more than one'oce.ision, and being mar- Tied to a slslcr of Sir.IIanor areen- There are do not ors ovcrmucl.. Ami bcyomrqiwstion. he Is; _____ ____ TvcVos'ahlc. Hut of WE ublhl> dav. Ana, with the 'reprcsontatlvea no question, lie made nig at Oxfonl, taKlns a Oouble- flmt'liridVEiibfoqucntly1 becoming a Kcllo'w of College. Hc.mnJc h.n mftriv-lii 1'Clns .on me ;siaJf of llie Times, ami editing lhc Times' ever mi" the eve ol Ihe oiitbrc.ik of the iii IS70. Alfred, her son, tlic.present l.or.t mother. foni Her any other in the United -Slates fo several dacadcs. On one occasion when a uintlidnLc, Tor judicial honors .had been spoken of !r. his HcarinE, the Sjea' lawyer, h drooping 'eyes arid the iilmoaL n breakine'iip thatsInfamous .rips. When, afier more than-forty years, ..l'r." Ch'oklc retired from t> practico of iaiv, nc had' jicciiir.ulaled i lirsc fortune, while his rnlild not have amounted to much, If ariy.-lcas thnn one hundred thouMriflV; dollar's. A great "deal of wonderment' was .'expressed then that, should be 'wllline io siye up siich an cnorni-' oil's Income to accept a poslllon but a mile over 17.000 'a year. tint.the gifted scholar and Benlal man of "the world was nol.riibney-maa. -He nlwnys hid h.-id strong domestic the least, lovable of his liiany lovnblc sides bclns x Aff ,rl affection 'for- llrs.' Ohoatc. Evcry- heard hoWj when pnco'aslied who'ho would rtither be hot him- self, he" replied, "Mrs. ond -1 SSP ALBERT" STANLEY LOOKS ,i AN K A BUSY MAN ]Hc i CKOUGB ,iJ s- busy man Lik ike [V these nnd dcvples Inm- Xcw ;clf wltho'.il to'lhe. business j York Sun In ,C kingsblr. Ills army and his ".follows abont-Sir Albert of. the overseas members oE lot. conn, Ihrcsd 13 No Is'llie'lib 6MV'ncvr iSiVnot Secrctariit.-. ls: rc- onda Irivllnl a cirlaln >I.P: to bo hi inlvile c'crcl.irjv, llic hdrl. nlMlter in fear IM ho have hardly -VoT'll sic wliAl h( KVVB nbclut Ilia in Id'iiio aoalhs'.illntlVi.rpriwt.Heil L1' Cr.Q ST., none, o tho W.w C.lblnOl '.Sccrtl-irla ilfa.iil har.glns .tpo .licanl lor lliilr lianas by.rc.nfion OI-UICK n Hwlr; cMtfn or l-tomi husllars" laJlTMinllS1 an'l to nniv IJi6 .War.'Cdljtnot. ver havo Ha luinds lull. OC ISe'.'lhfeeMViir-CSiblncl Sccrc- IHV COlOnCi HIT lauric'G tne Iwo-Jnn- ors. Colonel Kir Stark Sikcs i nnd 'nptaln Ainrry, nrc both Unionist Members of ono rcnresenlinB Cciilr.il and the other South re strong Irlumvlr.iU1, !t I- -Sir Maurice ikiij- hclJ In lhc snril by Asqultli, Tvlio reposed grc.il ccnfiilenco In r..-s unlriuo qu.illtlt.-.llonE for his pi'c sent post. He was ccliiMlcJ PUB lij', ar.il Joined thp. Iloy.il Morlno Artillery, entering Iclclll-. Ecncc UcprvrlincnL ire spent a yenr as orficcr Jn Ihe MoillUr- In ivM apiiolnled vVsslslnr.t. to tr.e lee ol rjclcnce, anrt J.n ETccrcl.irylo thi! cora- Ty I .Stanley, who, born. In .Enstanil, bc- lltllc consort and 13 '-'Vlifidics." as he still enlls thenl, arp soTricil'.noa exempted- Nothing Is 1C- Inltrreco u-illl'hla work, anrt no; lha clock, and If ncccssaiy lie his desV, flitch i lli-J whole rtay h ronr.fr-'-ed Ijy tele-' lie rnlllcc. He WM sole Commlllcc- ot -I ccrei-iu' of f! -lito Coytrn- day lo 'hi' m lilliinr taO Hie mtti AUincl. SI fltid nicnt, which Mr. Blclerl. Thu- knowle-Jgc editing inc -LLriL-s ol-.lho Koulh-African War. .He made hls-rnark In the Hou-c ai'nJTfrt'Vliiformeil. though npfvcrr rtlld, crlllc. Tlioush r.! ons llrcc pn- ,VILte titrclnrs- to CoBrlui-y. ol Ptnwllii' dne ot Ihe rl5lcV 01 oHiiodoi'.'FrceTrailtrs, he adhered to IhccaiTcnf Tartlnteromias EWI ns Mr. CluuTiberl.lIn raised Its ranner. lio hns. Ewn 11 'JMl Iri'UufprcsoaL war. bolh In Flar.dJrs ar.d In-thp an.l hi TOiKnis "don; hU Ml lor tho coMllri'. The tart hjtc'.ien- rsr llioivilit blshly ot him. -Itif: Hie War 0-.ililiicl lo h-ivc rt tectcl.i--i.it is .in obvious one, TUe OabitieL'a circumslnnrcs lo-riaj aro wholly, dirfcrfnl from tliMj of r> poner.rncd inn'nH' wllh do (iucMlMM In tlr.irs of Hut. tVcn when Ihi ivnr ii.orc-r, 1 ex iiiiit Ihe uniiusincsjliko ir.nit phone willi those nt !ho sccrelnrlcs. With a' wide gr.isp ,ind clear vision of 'public nffatp .Tv-o-jld Tnakc a firsl-rat'e pollllchn. il defence, in. all Secretarial ROYAL. -.DINNER'- SERVICE Ih6'war. their. _ Klrr; Heorr? .End Queen Uary arc entsrLaininE in the slm-jBOlllns nis In the inilcd mill' returned lo to become head of Ihe' I-ondon street car. service, and then a. niem- of the War Cabinet; Business. espcricnc': Is what loyd George, was looking for.when upset all traditions and ajinolnlcii Sir Albert Stanley as. Minjslpr of Commcrco nnfl President ,oE. Board ot Trnrtc In llic new The Ittlc "Sir Albert" sounds riullo but Its ortn-.r Is'about as American as a. can well liro'jgh'. up ns a boy al Cetrilt. Jllch., Man From Makes Thii'.Nalural.' il Ihe Xciv [oltVDufficld School-in with his successes'he came nnd to put his Amcricnn- ,._......j lo practical use In tho busi- here, becGmlnc; manager of Ihat .vast syslctn of surface and undcrBround traffic _ in greatest In Iho cis. ths tendon Consolidated Underground and bcngral Motorbus Assoriatipn. cnmo to him Inter, and honor has c'oTnfr -.thc 3 scl-.ools tliere, "Joo" on the Dclrolt niesi. and the ertj din-1 Sired Hallway .and Emdually-nsing ncr'jervict which Ij used at all raanasomcnl of Ihal ItifEQ con- SUteMl.nntr rirtics nt Uw.n liceomtafc manager o? Muekinehsni I'.il.ice _h.TJ not been Now .Jersey taken from thr. plale-room since -An- 15U. Thmigli this Stila din- now.-..- 7 _....- the iirsl nian of American" business Irtllnlqs ever lo cnler the ..Drilish C'n.binct- Sir Albert's tonp life In America ha2 given him Iho look of .in American businc53 mrtn. lie speaks like a man iYonl Ilio Mlildtc ft con'-, stanl slmlr. of good nature nnd gcW hvimor, .particularly when rio lhc hard knock3 he rcecVvcd when ho was gaining hU'American experience. nCr service Is callcil tho dinner "service, only qullo a small ll '3 nu.''c cl 'tho pl'ccta nro of .sllvcr-clH. nnd ll Is very donhlfu'l if la such Ijor.B Jfrill be, lo Ihc i olhcr iradi- r' In' 1-lngland [gold dinner.suvlcc. a. cot.iplcte ____, sailer In the Unlte.l Elalts Naval nc where he served Ihroush the Spanish War on .'hoard llie'. United Stales auxiliary cruiser Yostrriilc. This ciowdcd years" very active American Experience inlq Ihe life ot Albcrl plain name by which he was known a I Ihe "American experience Is a issct lo aTiyoTLOr" said Sir Alherl-. "Triivol nnd aro.tha of "gctUng an'actual In-', sight 'into (he 'real cliaracler. and niclhods of a country. L- It can'l bo clone by reading It Is nol_a.: mailer of bill ol practice. miiat so lo a country If von want lo undtrsland Hi live In i' n0" In v ;