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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LORD CHANCELLOR LORD HAbDANK. who has this week been appointed .British Iiord Chancellor, was for long a member of the Chancery Bar. with an enormous and a corresponding Income.. As a lawyer his reputation stands high. particularly in the realm of .constitu- It of Interest sitlon to mention, holds a gold medal presented to him' by the French Gov- ernment for saving'life at sea tu the yeiir 1S91. SETTLED HER SIR ARTHUR WING 1 IXKKO. whnt-a clever comedy "The '.Mind the Paint' Girl" is still drawing largo Lon- j P: don aiid'iencctf. Is nioosnlK the world's greatest play his early days he was an fact i that explains iitis wonderful mastery of I stagecraft. Sir Arthur PInero has made a for- tune by his pen, and his plays have tarhrd to his horse and tk'd lo n-stake across ihe sidewalk. Dr. T. K. Kellam. of Xlligani falls, wi's giving evidence' regarding thw ex- tent of the woman's injuries. H was when Mr. (iennan tailed him to the witness box that the break was made. "Dr. KiHVm." ho called in luiul tones, not even smiling at his rnvn "break." Kellant, it may sure, arose Mt under the gaae of every- as one ot" j from lib In uiie in the court MUST HURRY UP MR. CHAS. LEACH, M.I'., the authoi ot determined j-t'tort 'to cur- tall the length ot" Parliamentary {speeches in the British Commons, was' been produced tn all parts of the elobe.! Uwc masterpieces as "Sweet Lavcii- Ono uf Ms storles concems ;der-.....nie Lorri QUCX fae-, h.c Rll5l8 Wh0i 8peahlllff al Mr. Tanijtieray." and -His House j m iln are familiar to of j w tno chairman for playgoers, and as Sir Arthur 1'lnero IB ..str. I .mi not speaking at present to this magnificent amiience, I am speaking to "Then hurry up, old was the chairman's'audible retort, "or the young beggars will be here before in the fifties, other masterpieces may be expected from his pen, j He takes the greatest interest in any scheme which Is introduced for the de- velbpment of- drainatic art, and often examines the efforts of aspirants to I the stage. When rehearsing one of his own plays he is a stickler for accur- j own pays e s a scer or a- DEPEW JOJCESMITH {racy, and has a very effective method I T ievenij -eight Clmuncey Ms DC 'of di-.illny with refractory artists. i pen is neither old nor young. Hhas ably .served his; church and his country. This service, it Is to be hoped, will be long continued, for to miss this towering figuio be a loss indeed. Senator Ghaitiice.y ratives to the natives. When j the fire- man on. castbound. the v stallon agent flt pnimyra' shipped him he i s said lo be only on the threshold tnlng ne cannPd'It'and laid H his career, in Snglnnd. away ,he llme. If RADNAMF FOR >anl mastrr at or tne DAU1NM1V1L traffic manager in (Ihicftgo expressed him two hot onen men are frequently the subjects for humorous remark, grim and.otherwise, regarding the suc- cess of their medical :effcrls. In a-HIgh Court rase in Well and ju3t recently, over, which: Chancellor Boyd was urtssiding, W. German, K.C., M. P., the name of a "medical man, a v, placed that person In a. very emljarra's- sinj? position and 'caused 'a smite that might easily be railed ill-ooneealed -puss n round the court- roqmx, woman was conducting an action against a merchant for damages Just off the griddle, lift dropped 'em In the proper barrel ami ..replaced the cover, knowing they'd keep until such a time tut'-he wanted to use' em, At no siuge of his fifty years on the stump was he ever up a stump for material. Without so much ns a label he al- ways knew in which, barrel to look for alma mater anniversary anecdotes, breezy bon mots for banquets, ros- trum recitals or "former funnies. Here are some recent serious sayings of Mr. Depetv: H Is hard for a public trf'retire from office. 'Tho Incense of power Is debater, ami each succeed-1 for InlurifA sustained by falling j always In his nniirllH wiiUm-secs his vo-'a which the defendant had ui- j The progress Direst 1 faster t the progress of adjustment, but the catching up. There are more men who want someihlng for want to get rich ever before. Great corporations are adopting the pension systum all "over the country. Railroads alone are spending' millions of dollars'every.'-year..for this purpose. Education lifts- done much lo make people discontented, and b; means or education plans will bu worked out to provide a remedy tor at least a part of the discontent. EXTREMELY POLITE SIR ERNEST SHACKLEfON tells of an amusing incident which oc- irreil dnrinp his famous expedition to the Antarctic: The greatest polite- ness was always exhibited li.v a. cer- tain professor, who was a member of the expedition, even under the most trying circumstances. One nijjht the'professor called, out to a colleague: "Are you "J said Jlaw'son. "Very asked the professor. "Yes, busy." "If jou are too busy, Mawson, I am down a crevasse." The polite professor WAS discovered hanging down a crevasse by his four I fincers, a da'ngeroiiP position which he could not have maintained for any ap- preciable length .of time. A POET BOXER. MAURICE MAETERLINCK, author of the "liluo who Is .the latest recipient of Nobel Prize for literature, has been dubbed the Belg- ian Shakesppare, not without rreatinp a certain amount of amongst the admirers of the oiigiiia! Educated'at a JesilItlCollctje in Ghent, he wan destined tor the law, and ac- tually became an advocate. fenditiff crlminiila was little'to his taste, for, us he himself never able to. manage my own affairs. How should yoir expect'me to munnge other So ho doffed the ad- vocate's robe rind fled to Paris.' Here he soon attracted attention by his re- markable poems', and hfs niagnum opus, '.'The Life of the set the seal on his. fame. He marfle.d'GcorKeiie.'Leblanc, a l.idy who was dfsLlngulahed'In IMris and -has times in her husband's .plnys, and she hit upon .1 very origlnnl method of rvndtrlns ills 'Wfims. Attired-m gcar- 'appeared several of them him nn aiiJiious whisper: "Be you llm'ltev. IMni'k Ciuy PcarsuV'.' r he unswured. "I 'tHoiiKht as how you was. Now, do you see, we want to raise a little money, and u thought Unvc strui-k us. Do Vo just conic out