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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BRAINS OF CANADA Hon. Frank Cochrarie on Speech, Lopg on Railvap by flying lA '.-I.. Action VEIERAN HMTClR MR. COCHRANB Is >he strong- csl.-nian with moulh, you have ever wen. He has-polnleJ with pride lo Iho fact Hint hr never made a Ioniser BPMCH __ than ten mlaules. There Isn't really anylhJne lo boast about In'hit. Men 'have not much business to glotY In what they can- not do. U la sn totment for a urlant orator comprus more than he CHInet Minister nTid'ratmber of P.rliiment. Mr. GuleHus Is probablr ftr It.n i private -rill in tfie of .-before Sir. Oultll'J o( 'enlhrOTied over ploy'M of the.l. Q. H. For very'hUjh ranker frrA Moncton to en In Ih. crtte.. certaJn corrwixindence to what P'f, Scott Hii'f Su Editlfd' MuicWtr Guvd- fof Ytin. Hu Smyni Comm.rcisJ, PolrlksJ, or mtoe hi, flr.. o national property he oll-fwhlone-J. pitroneeni o had run th. pirt ot a political mic e the rinowtn-i iiii-n- of a vet We fceUtn .ibct hr 4) Mr. C P. Gfctt been editor of the Mm lne for to len a man. i Hon. f- minute.1 but U 19 ten forty yMn.iaiped ihensKhw Mr. Cochrane became Oclober. Parliament In I" middle oh8 .'nameles-, and who. didn't know much'about him, took a mutual friend aside to ask whetber.Cochrane was really a ble roan. The answer Ti-as that Cochrane was bll In parts Which, being Interpreted, meant that his strength lay In doing the thine wanied-to than ta a vast axd clarllle'd vuilon of national pol- lcy.workine toward the future more mad or th tre he .was weak., ol time. Bnt'after by. the lot been herer o me .e eial IheuUlmale effect, and no one noV quta'tJCHia .the ultimate effect of .tie Qiinrdlan. Its nune i Implies tha ;noUIer .c-auso. the finer, perception, tte more spTwidld 'tpnerastty. H for.truth'ot fact uucblored bY parti- or the soltcltud? not cturo a bcnnlltui, roninnllc ih.i't i-cvi.-r will l.oUcl''llin" t1'1'1 i.ii.ii no one (1C' vcr jjHonCj in u_j'ii111 w no or rciiieniber-.only ilchlre. llVV thinks lhal o the twsiviper can do unieb for A.i'l rl 11 I8.MUC- lo-nrllsls to cxlilblllonn in a greater luinber of places. four coiniielltbrl of tho (-.if" by llic.nojnil Caiwllnn Academy, Is from Oni., wiioiejils arl siiiillos lietrun. laLe he hlten ,L year or so In slunylnh' un er Jean I'.iul I.iurciis at llio Anulomle Jiillcii.' HchanesWliLlcdnlllcth h.i Ontario of Avllsts nnrl Iho Canadian Academy, and lasl year ul Ihc lallcr Mill.lllon, dtplclluK Canailnns re- InkliiK llic trendies al SI. Jullcn, ivna 'remarkable lor UB Imaslnatlve quallly and comiioslllon. nml promised nnicli for Ihe veiins "list's future. As iVhelVu-r lie will venlure o-.i a. MR.vASQUITH HAS DONE RNE WORK We Should Rcmeriiber Tint He Had Great. i to'Deal .With..' I''-' -i MK Ill- I'OI.lTlVlJK. K, AKCJUITH'S recent rillre- meal from office need net. necessarily mean his per- manent rellrcincnt from, official Tho' fact Hint his retirement al 'all was found necessary, lias apoul. more than a touch of pathos, lint whi- ther he Inlie nny furllier J'arl [n Coverninonl of lha United klngdo'in or not, U Is but the li.ircat JuBllcc to to rccoenlic thai; for a perlol of tan wnr, hi) jteereil the shin ot Klale aafcly throunh ,llfflculllea which nearly any. other nvin: would havs fouud Insurmountable ut ._ InVtho'sc ciiriy days, wo do well to recollect, was more than n llc dancer of iloincsiic dliruptlon Mid dlbcord, nnd II was rcjl lllE iy lour to Wince, whore In the.' torr'lMa spite .kcord, nnd It Has .largely ..yfliience which urescrved Ihc-unlly of the 'country. On him; r.-orp .ttiaii on any man, devolved the duly of conclllalliiB the HUSlilclous and com-. rnrirn'iF IliQ ,ecalcl'lninl. And admlr- 1 the. torra e sllll iia'iiil and exhibitions fillll arc' I'dil Sir. Oleii is at present unccrlaln, but thai hr wll tore forlh search of art wisdom in on'.- illrcellon or anoth- er is certain, for his Intention bcInG In Elvc all Ills time to Hie study of _ E "FOREST M VM the t. IhatT' week, aco." Ihey freight, shed, bul-a- free cclcbralnl Ills ST'l rcce'nllv, hV Is one of Ihc mosl kins- mtmhcra' of Ihc [in 'THOMAS j. to lha of a Towers '...P-oi-acv 11131 lu ____; l.T Vft- the recalcl'lninl. nbly 'did lio that iluly. othrr.: man "than 'ho'-coiild. have iiny I" retaini'nE the'confidence ain' "of Olilnliw Iritaln which nre, lioth tnmptra- ncill and tradition, ;pocullarly avertc frol'il aoine of Ihe measures, s.-ivorlnit of war made mruu-v H imisl renir-mtjere'd llinl nnatC froin.hls Inlliienco In PJC- unity of the country, he. 1, tho tho Ilrsl'tO arrve n or introduced In the House; of Lords. rritrriy "sober-'siiUrt' 'as .the poet baa during. Ill dwcribei'thV .Bniijih.ldiil or rrce-lty yeirs lha i atmosphero 'couirib- ulrs to the excellence.of'Ita cotton. CerL-iinly, .it-dcclliio in diyaityiand baa duritfii the last twejl-. What ncccss.1 Idom, but y y In i .radiance o.t.mllon of the I.bhdon daily-press. .11 IL about tsventyrj'eaia since tho i uliar leu. e..hardware raerv .or. SdiSicil vlWs ,th, fe Jl "lijNbeea.'theTe-ito Interfere. aaainani wants la nol at all nUfj'ro.. of. lie doth ever :uW pleas- and' pe'oulc inywn-. accustomed to liitir niorni'ns dream shrunk en atnl unfortified A po'lllicJau. I The, powers and Mattery." he-is s-ild lo -The --lory lhat on ono occasion, after Ills Mther had l.lanl; cd a mimlie'r of.young trees In ground., at IIIShlA.ry, a i was slvcn Ihe K d he kne -vain 'opinions, flilltrliiii.noiiu.' false iinillons us- -one liten liile. nnd he kntw I one' unpardonable fi! ,Mr I i, in his was 'thai ot un puncmallty- He came in w.lli. -ai ,Ki-' that lir'had lost In- wny i "Ibis few .iltolll confident rus: ana exp. abou 'ir'iil pipers oncrr; chatter ptsnobbi-ryj the star- CHEAP'REFfesHMENJ.i as ..-may -lhal wealth, the''power lo inon- iril.- somellmes for- some his. been-M'i'soiiySr'almbsl his sole, blessed fr'ee- I G "'fr.ini.', rtsivoiisiblev-.for nmiiyn-B sloryrconccriilns'sonii! .so diers in Iralnini; Alderahot. ,TP men liad'h'Hn p'facllslim- 'route march Inc.'anil" ivcrc'rlisllnt; "'C wheii tie followlnir: "Oiir'mnjo'r, 'e's an officer nml- "C-nllcman-ai. officer nnd a ffent j Mr- OJ-duc: ,a Painier, bf St..Hilairc, Que. ASSOCIATES road. P r- P" ara Ills direct and dlgnlikdde- s-of policy cat in boll, nussla and c-o-nnsel. navo been ls- respeel..! In. liolh counlrles.- Llh and manner, llwsc who know hta The prucnt is prcMb J 'rlni, ncricd igilSffll further- breaches s -which ,y.i HAT sort of ihlnrhaj been on for nve.ti'orMl-.ynrsiir- nir three, dared TriOi all nolemnjly, that Ihe Conserrallvei In i the SlarlUme Pro- vinces ..would be beaten: out. of their u 'aid o'ut.ol cr thiin It Was anchored In the past. lch m i as the During the campaign, him a Dominion Mlnbrtcr, Mr. Coch rane Bid to campaign' frlena. cin't go out and 'make, big out I can run this election arid are-soins to win 11." He wasn't so sure about winning when, at Mr. i request. he undertook -orcannu Ontario; about'three weeks before the polling, he -'ritat-.Uie indications air over Ontario were almost too gooa to .be true iboul-tnat llms-the To-tMito cbrres- "pondBit o: a Sew York paper, whose clrsoiial leanings may mildly be oe Icribcd as Llb-rel. end who.had as that the Consen'iUves woul iel th- wont toweSllng Ihey ever ha their conrjlied ilr. Coch -ana wltb a view to prophesrlng t Bis New York principals. The pro phwy was lhal sir Wilfrid would be beaten by about forvy. Of cour-ft it was said that mo-o than .bralnl loooenfd IhlctsI -me Ontario landslldo. which carrl M? Cochrane from lo Bo dtn Th.l'n as it may be. Anywa Cochrane directed Iht electl in .'the Writ of hu dKtaraUon to istration of ahe National for admin- prosaic page. IDC degraded the line's standard, with III conalvincerorCol ilxonirt of SL Caltaiinesl the. millionaire eajlneer, who o; the Ntllonal rsjiscontinental llls-ofl'-he t In wnfrolof thai .work. has" e'njbyed'a fur- ____--age, which at first rairint have p.' hindrance. is, it belo'nis'to" the north- In Ihe n'orlh independence un- Ulnted'c sibtaljinflichces'of Ihe Ibe.annbst Irrealslible ofjrAwt UolatKin, r'( out fbi apparent >een. finished le llne'to as also liyen and be! has' ,the )i j. Jecta :br boycbtl vila-l Fjb eca Ai3lr.iV In the world, pro ''swork or. clubs. or publl V.- IlE I'.oyal Canadian HE Hoyal Canadian Tlhls year at tho" annual meel- InE added to lie number of 113 M'OCUIIM' two new narncsVMr- trl Kalne. of and Mr O St -'Hilalrc. Quo.. painter, .each 'i" frequent both ProvincUl A-allmal art Shows. jr, Kalnt is -in evcVal years' -iso'.came to-MpntrU which has since been his home. His studies, bcsnn at. Kcnaniglon anc allcnllon to etching, all -his 1'revious Irnlnlne standins Mm ill good slo.-id. Wilnln Ihe lait 'i time years, turn his Listed ih.'. "And lie. 10ie when suys.lie; aid .'we're continued. nllVler.M Carus arehllecl, al gunderland. Fre- quent skclchliiB lours IlirnuEh-Norih- 'o cm of Initructrn'g a terminal .ml- tlie'moulh Ihe Nelson Blvef.-i as been in-. admlnlalritlvs trtbula- ons too deep for wordi.'-Mr.'Cocn- rane w'.at to-York factory Mo. see His .-trip; down ly House-re- when', rhe jtn. le river', from minded'him" of old emne-r iy- r.olhlnf :B! all Uhe I n ripio'-'Vni .coallnrlaiid adulation lo hich' lindtn- editor. IB eipcs- unlMf. Mudford, ho-cllinbs a Isteiy aealrcaM.'i-errKJte from man or on.rJs column. musl be im 01 mwUne ot Conservative candidates heU In Ihe. arcanum ot the Alba Club: "If I'm solnff to be chalrm ri 1 cbalrmsn." and he.lhumped the table In place of Ihc eiporflo pangmph which more m might ullered- _ Not PopuUr Down rpHE menr-Ler for Nlpltslr.e !n 1 Queen-iM'ark became Ihc Min- ister of Hallways with i.ln'mnne au- thority In Quebec, Sew Unmswlck, Xovr. Scotia, and Prlaco Edward Island! In each of those yrovlncts he Is currenUy reputed to have revived som- o! the old-fashioned -Jeachlnf about eternal reirlbutlon-ar.d espe- cially imone the Presbyterians, down by the sea. Xo man can say Mr. Coch- rane or Mr. Gutcllus, Bineral man- ager of the Is the more reproblled puhilc servant In thrre Mr. Oulclius entertd Ihe Goverrmenl as manager of the Tramcontlne-nlal. Mi- Oulellus hccan on a of li'l.CM a year. l him without nlnaed-nim 01 oved the NorthjCounlree befort.he came Into his own 'as a'member., of he Whitney Cabinet. Th- Cochrane'.brevity; of speech has saved much trouble-In the House of Commons during ,the' debates recurrlnsj as- elitances to the Car-adlan c Northern aiid the Grand Tnink'Pacific. When he was still Provlnclslllt he used lo tne eruiled ;lo'- lh> 'ffirrperameJit of r.o'rth li be-rnofe M'rlous. In mlud, more I" :ial.lHcal'conviction than.we in'the'swilh can hope, to re msln or eic'.t Ing dlstractlofi >hlch tht north le Indlsied to It I the ul I cm fTancc.. Ib and other cathedrals, were n liberal education lo-llie ect Then came Ihren.ychni In I.on- on .with Sir Aston Webb.' ln- raperaed- with further tlw onl'lnent for sluijy.jhert oitendlnK to rencd lo tsplorer a.ncn "eGolhlc nrl'hi hid learned, lo know o well. A rorlfoilo filled wllh archl-. eclural notes" of IMsrerio.I shows ow profound were Iho young arcnl- ecfs Impressions cxlenaive J he was t ro say that Sir WllUam -re. the daddy .of the'm all. B.C- nua'lnUnce be. Is undenloea now to be- lieve that Sir -William l> their irand- daddy. Ht has pronounced opinions about what iB.golns- lo.blp- _._ I- llak-n put- Oorlh often ieiKi in distraction is whal th imor. Jus'- _____ tourlsM vr..----------------- I- pen lo.ihe railways which have cut- ipe.1 the plow, bul doesn't emit ihem for repetition. The policy ot tearing up'rails on superfluous lines lo provide trackage wllh which to iel men and supplies 'to Ihc front In France, Is not purely a.war measure necessary though It be, from t'na bel- ligerent point ol view.. You could- have nn sntertalnlnj rurne wllh yourself speculating which', denuded llnei ipili arid how soon. Mr.-Cochrane doc-m' deal In speculations a' that >lnd. II Kas loo much to do. and works loo hard flqlng'lL He and Rim Hujrner vfere-ihe early birds of the depart Cochrane Is on Ihc Job at ellthl o'clock In the momli he Is In OlUwi- It understoort that he reprds Inc-Hon. hccan on a o a year. Mr Cochnnc il him without making- ony-complalnl Una! he hlra- .ler for his had to employ a t several thousand -dalliri cl ss an eei.. for mlich UJt. Ilo hsi nevrf dlwu ed conrtlliKIOT.s] Inte ils frasp ol Iho ess-ntlnl period. U.U tn'nagiiwile thi.vlcej of Par vice, were the lo find. TWe DifBsty -.UT still II'.is''proa'alily true th J In Ihe "r.o'rlTiern rr.i'Sd Ulcre If somethlns; Elmp- cr. Thought. It no'.' so'tireo there y. rapid bi less onipkrred 4om: prir.ripi? more rrVd'.ly welcom- ed aj a In whom one car, trust. Vearle'd ind fastidious lyir.don edllor onco a member ot ths Uuwiiao "Aren't they Uarty in tVo rv Uarty in o rv.. my at .with a shudder- tne; dgh. TlitTi.'U Illlle room for ne; heartlnvst 'rntv _ ay UXe II erc of trie contributes. rious of f IravclinK tcht'tarslilp by Canadian Aca- bloW') these inen up! and. when done mat; he then, back their" iny tunpcnce- -Th'e a'drove ol down n. lane, inu-l aBTOiip'.orsn'pcrlor.yoimB gcn- llcmeii and'onh brighl clly yoiilli en- ikiuv'ortd' lo-enlerlaln. his Tilth sonic fuii al Ihe rujricullurlsl's expense. 'I say. said "do you lhal a pc'rsoii Brows' in- lime lo IwM itke the aniina! lie "I.aM-, now.'.yon 'don't', say iMrncd 'Ihc ycbii suppose.-: V.f.cpin'' i IIK V '.1-'1. .-ISSi-fesssf I c just Icfl off give calvcs-Elve vial 'cullclB. and ;O. LEDUC, 'elected assocl.ile ot'Tlqya Aclilcm? And >'-t, as he points out. his very nrchllcctural prolicicncy was a han- an my objccl Uvas lo no'.o the lie.inty of an' etcher I ha'l to forgel detail and still jriv.c :in, Irnpresaion of. Iho cs.-cn.llal hcanly." j Mr. Il.llnc Is a mc-nih'jT of Ihc Mont real Arls Club, f.f Hie Ten and IVricll Club, a'Eroup of writers nnd palal- crt, or iho'T-rovince nf Qlicbtc ArchllfClural AsEocl.Vtioii. I "Mr. I.cduc, a Frenchman with all the onlhiuLism of Ihc Gallic "iuniiira- mcnt, has. for many .yr-ara, been .an al.lhc ILC..V, Onllrlb Sockly of Artlsls, nnil.lhc Arl.Aj.iociallon. his work lieinc ills, tinguishcd'l.y cs'.remc liuthfnlnM.1 In nml n pal'.Icular raclllly In B color nn'l iJiluro. inosl noticeable In still liTi and 4 llnF: to IIIH own .icrounl, the artlEt has no paTllcular sludlo or school, ellhcr In Canada or during n In l-onilon and i'arls, but hi; Irainlnff consisted of .so th'.s brines me to what has A' always, been a serious ,hoiilJ be the In ot HERBERT RMNE. newly clMtui.Assochlc bf .Hoyal Can Jlan Acadvmy. lco and tuTo was touBhl oul In publ rull of tWs "1Ul CBhlnrl wherein M ranny volcw. Ihc -II il net -know where to looK for W I H" War-Cablnel of five, f-ll thlj ;