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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BRAINS OF 36 Bourassa a Real Problem Which Canadians Must Face He WoM Break Tics BinJing Cimadc to Britain-It He CouW Oratorical and a Keaf H'o Coin? to Do About Him? j Illl-yi where a Torontonlfin'a f-l pallence Is going 19 be tried. "Oh! you ar.- ovn- he.-.r.l lo remark. "IVIiy pay nriy al- rrinion to those fellows! They are oi'ly after noloriely. Ipiore lliem ami ihcy don't count. Don1! say any- tliins itljoui anything. Don't a word, not ft blamej wonl. ll.ivo a cigar and keep aulet about Hournssa. Talk uliouc the devil and ai: his ancels It you like, but that shool'.nu's loo and haiir- too Irouhlcsoine for somr. peo- ple. Have .1 cljar and forget It." conid cotltril.ule to eve Hold on now, are you doing credit nd Iliat all he lo your own Intelligence is-hcn you dismiss a Canadian problem by say- Ins "Notoriety They fild rtinl about IJoyd Geon-e a feir years p.BO. You rem.'inbor Ihe sound sleep you lind Ihe nljhl ofler he became Premier? Do you mini lo belong lo Ihe erowj; which Ihlnk-s It lias passe.! Immortal iuagrnenl oa a man when It' rays "AEitalor." and forgets lloitrassii shouldn't talk as mi as did that occasion- He a If.isl IL-IS something to say, nnd be says It .French or In L'nEllsh. Of course, he Is remark- :ililv unpopular because of his Mli- lod'e lo the war. lie petuis lo MI Joy tinpopulaiiiy. which Is nol whivt people eipoet in nil orator. gifl ol lonRUM (here must EO :l >'er- ijilfereiico to favor, otherwise It would be only ihe gifl of ilio jab. llomnssa is a Iriie'ora- Upon him Ihere presses a cer- dcstinated compulsion, which' explains alike- Ills refusal, nt a very (early ase. of a place In ihe Cabinet, and his iK'ilodlcal retreat from I.c Devoir BEST ANECDOTES OF THE WEEK hor A LIVELY MOUNT KNUIIAL Ibc first leader of the famuli nils, unO uleJ to be tiw ull-rmind seiimn 111 tlio llriiish acmr, IVia a d inliiiS'Ki'hool slorlcf thrust :i noiic-loo-clcnn lianil, on one finger of which wa.i .1 l.llgo dluinoiid 1-lllB. close lo Dei-by'R fnce. "There, 'my lovil." exclihue.l Ihe bouiuler. "what you think oj lli.it? What lyouM you do If you hai ROM LOG CABIN TO TOBACCO KING, ariics B. Duke Is One of llie Three Grcal U.S. Indus- trial Kings. a line like thai, "eh'.'" was1" Ilio aii "I think IliliiK nollcealjle lo help pul out llifjlu for communion with Ihe X'nroporl Vnpop-Jlarity Is a relative ie.-m. i Hournssa. lo tell. Our- of Ihc u-lalratoan I oiico lie had wlien tr.ilnlng n contin- gent al the lieailfiuirlers on Salis- bury I'laln. A luilleuliirly lively .yoiiug horse w.is trolled oul, anil al- lotte.l, us Illc-k woulil hill-e It. to tl l.arilciilurly recruit. No snonev was the mounted limn Ihc flceJ c-.ive n buck jiuiip nml Its rl.l.-r his b.-.ek In the lall. J "Wlrtl undo y.ni ilisniount wlthou Hi" lunslcr j or systematic a I sarcastically.. j you fc.- anything up there ifo "me to r.oUl -in nucrled the discomfited "rookcy." Dourly In his fire, and bis perpeunl proil.slng j Ihe wrong rnulc taken by the 11 who art- putting oul the fire BOIS on your nerves. llul wliM are you lo do -iboill It.' Are you lu shoot everybody who MJ-S won't do Hie Ycslcrdsy rn. and say all manner of thlnss BVlnne.1. Then, ,s the steed st-ntleJ to execute an impromplu r.-m-lime uance ol. Its hind he chipped In wllli: "This horse is a bil lively; I we'd belter fit a danclni; Iralu with a few friends wbcn the talk turned to' Dourassa's estrange- ment from the Old Chief. Bourass.1 scents to hive dovcloped an Ineraol- cabls personal hoslUity to his former leader. In that respcel he and the CClllIeman who writes the asafoctlJan lucubrations of Mellnda street have Ihot beat a-, one. though Bour- KSS.I perhaps .Is not so doughty a fighter against compassion as his brother editor. But both pursue l-iurler with implacable consistency. On the train this Iloumssic ciorclso was discussed, und" surprise wns ex- pressed "that the protege rhould have btcomc so eminently the assailanl. could It be? Simuli Pure Politician, with Ihc Eenius of- supplying motives which is one of Ihe peculiarities of this school of the prophets, said It easy to want- ed V job. didn'l get 11, and so core- and always sore, hii former leaner relentlessly. 1'eu wculJ Mve lhat Mr. S. P. P- wnuM hive wf.lled for Sir Wilfrids of lie no, It '.he pblillclan's prerOFjtlve to sup- ply clespieabte motive, hcalless of who's hy. Offered Place in Cabinet Is nothing small about 1 Sir Wilfrid. He did not offer r.n explanation of the .Bourassa ob- srssion. but he was quite sure it was not due to1 resentment at not celling office. "Twice irtica he WTIS a young man I offered him a. pluco In m> Cabinet.' which he refnMd. Laurier.1 he said, suls pas mlnistraVle-" Mere notoriety "hunters do riot turn down Cabinet proposals. Bourassti has enough vanity to get olong with. He'doea not hlae from publicity. Xo prophet wishes to prophesy in a comer. It Is of ihe very divinity ot prophecy that It en" and spare e.vplalns why the prophet Is so unpopular among his ntlKh- bors, to -whom Incourasedus medio- crity Is their native air- The taunt of notoriety hur.lins IB loo chtnp for Is usually oce of the cheapest crillcL-m-'i lhat evolve from ch-ap mlnd.i which are in no rtangsr of havln? fume Ihnisl upon Ihem, and wMcn do nol know what it Is lo be Impelled by the.necessity to Imltor because he opposed a of which l-ord Salisbury afterward; said that England put money on Ihe wrong horse. Bright wus- never afraid ot in a minority. Bour- assa eeems to revel in. a minority halh, nenr whlcli there Is always a ,hat 1 buy .1 latl ASQVJLTH'S PET DOG TTrllAT will be tlio position o A'V Toeo. the highly Inlclllgell nlniost human. Japanese dog be lo the lale 1'i'lme .MlnlHte mil proudly beurlnff the words "II. I AKlullh" on Ilia collar, now that M Asiiuitb'bis changed his residence Foi- moiitha (Xisl Togo 1ms been tho lialilt of Inking a systemallc a H-rnoon walk across Ihe park, alwa returning In the-luter iitterrioon an i-ciualulng on tho doorstep until I portals of 10 Downing slrcel we again olien lo blin. On one occasion, during Hie as-' Eenihllnj; ot a War Council, lie calmly [sill mwii the dourslep. refusing to I move, although such sre.it men tin 'ihe l.lle I.or.l Kitchener were enter- decides to MADE HUGE BUSINESS I Cqntrol of the European Market' Afte'r a 'Hard Struggle. MI-MllCA has many mcrchniil Apriiice.i and cnitlnliis of Indus- try bill, only -llirco Iniluiitrlal Kings: Jolm IX llockefcller, the oil lilng; Arulrcw Cainccle, Ihc steel kins, orul Jnines II, Puke, llic tobacco The history of llic first WCh known. career of the congregation. Theie have galhered ounJ nc.ura5S.-l a faithful band to whom he is the Master. The orator pours his gifts upon those who come o ILsten. He Is not governed by tho-i vho remain afar to scoff al wha hey cannot bear. If you have ever seen Boiirassl I action, in English or In French, yo will know lhal the golden gift Is hi! On Ihe preservation of the Frcne culture in Canada lie will glowing unction' 10 his own pcopl His voice is not mellifluous, but Ih Impetuosity, clarity, and glow of Ih eloquence Inat comes (rom him Ihe audience willing captive When ho Ells down and the he. smiles uncon- rollably all over his which. course, fce is ilio antithesis of Kng- isc orators like Lord nosabtry, with whom impassivity is a vlrtuo when ne task is done. An Englishman is supposed lo be rather ashamed of having moved a multitude. The Frenchman glories in the demonstra Uon ot bis power. What Makes Him Dangerous THE dangerou-i thing about Bour- assa is bis equipment. He has spent more energy on the histories and constitutional developments o Canadian politics Ulan any of bis condemners. His conclusions may be all wroasr. but be at lejat knows wlial IIL- Is talking about. He Is for Can- adian Independence, and if that can'l l-oiiie now he will take Imperial Tarl- and try lo make the best of It- The choice between Ihe two is prr.-enteJ by the Chief ParLiershipmaster, Lionel lir.is who Bays that thel e is no escape fur us To Mr. Curtis sundry of Iht. Koiirul Tablemen say Yea and Amen Sundry others are not MJ Now- ays llourossu. If the choice is vita to the stage through whu-h-we ar passing, it must be as perfectly pro per lo prrfer one alternative us.tl'. other -else there could lie no choice. If your host ark-i whether you will have beef or lamb lie cannot alnrse you for laking lamb because he pre- fers beef. It Is neither a disgrace nor a crime lo say "Independence, There are proljlenis-enough heiwcen Yannuulh and DawEOn lo make a Canadian concentrate the most, valuable product in Ihe world ____experience as the ROlilier his youth anil strength- He as lold he" would be sent for lii u ew the sort ot man we ced. said the Cloverniuent. lie has ever been nlloived to do a hand's urn of service. Hi? case can be .1 thousand fold. In many espects. you sec, the Government has rom tile s'.ut belonged' to the Caii- diau Division of ncfuselters. All of vllich nlf.ins Hut it is vasle of breath to altaek the pas': if you ca! ind some conslruclive, lynamic to offer your fellows. I may IK- for Ihe nationa ariat lo be thrown, over nourassa far. al least, uobo-.iy l.iciilcH nini ftitl. much prospect ot success Ho is Ihe national broncho. Laurier couldn't break him ii'e brute a pair of boslmj BRAVO I JAM SAHIB .lam of NMwanagar, 1 popularly knoivn as "P-vnji, the famous ciicketer. has been cre- a K.C.S.I. in KCOnn.lior.oMhe bvilliant he has rendered to the F.mpire in the sveat war. Mtliough he excels at crlckel, "llanji" Is also fond of other terms of sport, particularly sl.oollng. fenc- nnd mco.uels. When Ir.ivcllng tlioroughfare. i MARRYING IN HASTE S Is well know, the illshop' o S Is. M iinu i about F-nglnnd in his 'Varsity days U was his practice (o call up the stalionmaster ol each place he stop- what llic sport of ihe Ihlrd, with thclwhys and wlierofbrcs of It. Is prlnlcil for Ilio time In Weekly as follows: Al 11 Junies n. Duke, afler hivlnf: porlcnc'cd life In a log cabin" niul most Inhuiuan povo.rly.' won the osltlon of nutnaecr of n small to- icco faclory ivlilch ormcd Ihe niielous of the" 'crcatem obacco eniernrise the world ever lown. l.ons hrfore. Schwab or Morgan had reamed of a hURC. steel Irusl. Joinc I, Duke conceived the Idea of a gl anllc tobacco organization liavln ncll .1 volume of business 05 lo b ihle lo sell coods at lowered prices Volume, h'c'saw. was the key to-In- dustrial economy, elliciency, and althouB'u himself bachelor, ia an advocate of earl narrkiges laree fiiinllies. llul not. of course, of ininrovldcn oirly marriages, "which h or.lship rwcntiy remarked, "far lo lominon." "For Instance." he contbiucj broke "uTvVfron, him. It is waa like. If the report wna dreri. MI- ivlirtber lie runs abreast _ nr the place WTIS hard to say whether lie runs cr lan.Uni with .Kivergne. whether they arc Con ihe war do what nnd the election of 1311 failed to un? ione knows. Hut an old dulv miMlc Heaven plainsman knows thai a broncho earn can't be heat it onli- ne has been and tho enmster knows how to handle (iilllc catilc. district waa like, fivorablc a note ol the place WTIS 'You married? t "lianjl- duced you lo marry so early and un success.. ns gan to i'iy foumlatlons for what be- came In 1830 the American Tobacco Company.-which succeeded so'well that it supplied SO per cent, ol Am- erica's cigarel, pipe, and chert-Ins to- bacco apd aiiiiff before the Govern- ment, so-callol To- bacco Tnisl'in 1511. .Mr.: Duke, moreover, had niean- llic Atlantic, wascu a w......____ terrifically fierce but successful war relict, lie was oul of a job, Tie said, Enjlaiid, arid, Ihrough the Brlllsli- and Ihe father of two chil-1 Amerjcftri Tobacco Company, had pained- for -Americans .control of a similarly powerful organization In 3. A. McGibbon, Former Slar Reporter, Wins a Big Prize ['Jit, IX A. McC.IHHON, who hasju.it won the Ural prize. o[ 11.000 fir ho bcsl essay on a subject In Iho flelil of Fxronomlcs, Is u'-eVauuato of .Mc51aster Unlvc'fally, nnd I'rofes-. soi- of. Rngllsli und In Hrandou .College. In Ilio lost twelve years tic- IH Ihe third Cnn.idlan io win tho flrsl prize In the competi- tion, wbloh Is open to any person In America. The prizes nre tho gift of Messrs. llnrt, Schnffucr, and -Marx, of Chlcngo, ana the "Judges were: I'rofessors of Kcononilcs In Chicago, Harvard, Columbia, Bnd Michigan Universities. ho'n's ;was on-Jlalltray ftites ''and Canntllan llnilivay Commission, will sborlly be publish- ed In book forrn. .Dr. McGibhph.waa a rcpi-rlcr on Ihe staff of The Star for some months after ng from McMnslcr. "sborlly before the war, when wo was not so plentiful as It now Is. youth of nineteen npplied to me back! Into :of Hie a year he was" married. miMc called Smith, and there, lie Gained Ucr such JELLICOE'S PIETY FATHER BErtN-VtlD VAUGIIAN. speaking at .a meeting, in tile east end of London, said what he adr mireil so enormously in Admiral Sir Jolm Jelllcoe only his effi- ciency as.administrator, bis effiiacj in command, hut his splendid inanly piely. Just bstoro the great .sea fight Jutland ihe admiral of Ihc fleet retired lo his cabin. There, on his tnee's. "he himself nnd he Heel imder'his command lo Ihe care of God. When he rcturnc.il lo ihe bridge Sir -lohn WTIS as. much al lls ease and a! calm ami collected j is thougli the grest batlle. was some jf' ordinary sliarn-lifbl praytKe. LL1J1V1I _ mucl, popularity. Th? Jam. by the way iicltlier drinks, .smokes. nor gamble-, but, nevertheless. Is very Ively and excellent company. The'stale over which he rules Is situated in llic Bombay Residency, "and has an arrajf Slh a ha IT llF-N I-ord 'ucvby was conducting making-. -r i TllF-N I-ord 'ucvby was conducting Wils biB rccruillng" campaign last vear''he was. of eourscv brought Into no-re or less close conLict, with all and conditions of "men.- a rule he was'iirbauity Ser50.il- Cied. for no man knows better. Ulan lieu, lur i.w he how to be-all liiir.ss. to all men whca Ihe occasion demands it. Once', howe-vcr. boreil beyond all he let himself so. A vulgar individual had "'Well, you tec. hp.sald, '1 was out of work nt Ihe Umc and h.idn'l nnytliiiiE else in parlicular to do. SWEETHEARTS STILL THE recovery from his serious Ill- ness of llr. Will Crooks, the Brtlisii''I-abor which.Is steady, II W, is only skill o'i llic. medical stiff al I'oPlar Hospital but'nlso care, bcslowcd upon jilm hy his devoted wife. "I cook al home even" morsel o fooil Will eats." Mrs.-Crooks lohl mo Ihc "and carry It rouni every meal hour. lie wll! take i from nobody bbl me, and I sit wilh him while be cals it. and remain 111 Europe, an oiganlmtion which sot iin of the export busines! factories In Germany England, Hoi- Ilishmcn's combine, .the .._.. rtelirlum. hacco Company, so 111: Losl Britijh Conlrol i'-N due course, however, Mr. Duke" formed the "Ilrilish-Amerlcan To-" hacco Company and secured control" of the export business of the Erfgr land. .Finland. Belgium, Australia. China. India. Soulh Africa. Canada. "Jamaica, ISijypt, Stalled With Nothing THK Unitcil States Govommcnl's 'action, however, caused the radical control to fall Inlo Enffllph ,............les R, wilh his father ami wo piolher.was veil Hi rou'shonl the winter In n log ,ibln on a slraiv n-hole of each afternoon. "You see." -Mr.'- Crooks added, wil nnd I ave sweetheart a smile, still." CHAMBERLAIN'S COAT GENERAL MAUDE, OF Was Mililary Secrelary to Lord MinLo-Has Achievt in Rapid Promclion Unequalled m.Bmisn llronzt- His D.S-O, T begin A Mr. Neville plrecLor-Gencral '.n Great of Xnlion is not th n s cymu.iie, .mi; Jtnperlal ,uttv Company, so thai he became. ind slill Is, the dominant force In the! reign tobacco business. When, however, the Unilcjl Stales Governuienl ordered the dlslnlctrm- llon of Ihc Arnerican.Tobacco spiilling-up" process lns a 'BrcaL "ninny-.s llcllic thrown of Ihfil Compatiyj the market. o fnrm. AIL four slept, ori in a corner of cnbln- Tlicir sislcr given a. bed nt the Ihcse .were up by biiyers to such an extent" Ihnt It rcacTi whnL "he Is nfraltl lo I .i Record Army. icrntly. H to "Vou are always iMfc in tell- 'crel to women." he said, "cs- it you lake c.ire only lo tell or livo. so t kno armholise. Farmers bad begun to grow, (obac- co and those who owctl Duke money leforc the war pairl him In thatcom- inodlly. 'lie began lo piddle it along with what he was rible lo grow him- self. sons became old cnoiiGh they helped both on Ihe farm suit al peddling. Having made a Illtle hend- w.iy. the llukes the. tobacco crops of oilier farmor-i nnrt made nr- ransemtills lo ship It lo South Caro- lina, "AlBliafnn, anil other polnl.i. Ily 1ST I the bmincss had frown lo aholll lo pounds a year. AVIthlu a year. :i very large brick hud loMie'lnillt In Durha -4 to all "Intents and purposes anj nnisilsb Instead ol an American con-j ecr'n. At this moment eriran slock selling several a share higher In London than liii New York. When Iho vas ilomtnated from Xow! crican company rnturally favored. Amcrlcaii goods In. Its conquering.of. forelsn nVirkels, mil. now Turkish. India, other tobacco ls; pushed. The bulk of Ihe prollts, al-- so now. go lo English pockets Instead 0[ to -American. Its sales of alone, now at the rale "of over. 000.000 'a. year, will 100.- a day...... spiritual force. Similarly. has been called] tkB supreme egotist- wHcb Is a little unfair. Ihoujh a plajisible enough coirlment. JlacaolY the talk at table. Us avowed a desire that bis history of England would be Mad two thousand years alter "his own epitaph was chiBt-lled. We eouWn't lave bad hlslorr vvi'.houl Macaular's egotism, orwhat pcoplecalleihlserollsm. Per- haps we ought always to dlstir.rui: between egotism and egoism. Kgoi- Is Iho conceit .that outranges the capacity of the conceited one. Egoism ;s the certainly In rnan that he >urassa Is vfrj" much nlive lo llie Inance. of. Inilla In Ihe Imperial .me. lie r.ocs not it I adlRn. citizen to atoul the German, and Russian interests In the Persian Gulf lie knows how grievously Bnlish ol- t.y of Ihc war jusi rolonsl. now a lle-ulen- Frc.lcrirk Etan- llaude. Critisil Commandcr-ln- fliief in arlnevcfl a rr-eorcl In rapid promotion [hnl probably un of Ihe Brill; Ilronzt- SI: abU- pei-lo-l. lie act jor to Ihr- Itiiirail'! In this i-iipaclil liusli bimsi'lf inlo" look anyiv lo l Uie roii-iiiiM- rout I have one. This is Ihc secret: jaile.-ina- I hjve hud il 12 years. H Is gelling n to'this enil of Ihc room you see any U In Ills sphere, of 'iT'l'he history opTr.ilions. ami. he took full loll, of -ties lakins where It is beginning lo pet shiny. anil even wearing into holes. Well! Why do 1 nol set a new I Icll you why.- 1 do not want a tailor business liad moved l.n S7J. 'H was decided, also, to invr.de S'i'W -.Vork with n factory for the liaiiiiVjielure of both clgarcls and pipe tobacco. James U. Duke came o-llic melropolis nnd liililt the thing MI i'.TJicy conlil secure more orders than the firm hail capital (o.handlc- II was at ilils siaBC th.il 5lr. Duke lived In his ilarlc-rr. hall-bedroom, ale In a Uo'wery" Ile has vexed the well -vware how ]ol.csmilll. who raade nt r r'KimWrir'hello be'nuking a coal form, when I, Plenty of Time TT1S you don't dcvole, some lime lo a'.udy I .iloa't. kn6w what J kind ol n lawyer yon'CXDCcl to be. i Tbc I--IW plenty. of llrfic, .father-, t understand you never .gel'V.ciso IhafVenuires anyj knowledge of about five, years'-oflcr you are Ion Transcript. ladylike, ojialitle os" he was references to nt Major rhen. from 1-1 liattl, of n nmon I 0( whctl i Downing Street woul.l have been If rrctary llie Kikhs al Vancouver hail been 1 more mildly regarded than it this cost India IMIice. hl, ns Military Ke- b-.ppir-r i 1Jl' ___ ._ r onve-rnor-Ofileral Ih- ,r K 0( j aM. llie Z-" i-r. Tor tbeso indVuitr services I lutely necessary now." of three dreafinoughls had been voted, has r.o love for the -l I ]imlrnssa who bave always repre- i lo mnkr your lle.'h which he- .lets .soiuelime; can ilo thus and so. and the dfmon- rtr.ition of his capacity so to do. Whether you think of Ihe nan you don't like (mosl likely because- wha.1 you have, hi.ird about him comco from envious minds) as an l-gotisl or rm epoifit. It is worth wbiTo somctlmra icniinilini! yourself ihal of Ihe things about him you don't know how much he keepst In. A Man of Great Intensity T) OUnAKKA lives and thinks and JJ nets with great Intensity, lie himstlf with unconfincd pencrosily. He Iws to much more to express than most of those- ho meets 'lhal ho scarcely Bives Ibcm si Chance (o get half a dozen In cdge- Vays. A frienrt trfls of -I dinner Trllh a baker's dozen; present al .whlcli TJourassa lajkcd and t.llkcd and Lilk- eiL An Ontario professor minflged lo nlnq dUtercnl'limei: "But. ijr. Canadian rcc-illed that he had i'jlcd.ll ivilli hr for the H-T was J I SO I of Hi" -lion wilh Ihe be QiiMn'a South African nnchMS of Cornwall and ork, no fewer In enrly In Ihe present war Col n present A planer over General .Maude's rc- -rrtl him to be anylhlns FOlJIer" in war- THEN HOUSE STARTED T appears- lhat General Sir 1 Archibald Hunter was review- In- a local and one of the of- ficVr., so rnonnlc.1 on been la( or.el Slau.le was piomole.L to hn- mj. a big retail bakery and (riven command MRS. LLOYD' GEORGE HAS MANY DUTIES TO PERFORM ButAVliiic llic War Is in Progress Customary formal Social Func- 'lions Will Be Held in Abeyance. I, I'rimc Ministers been gifted with clever nnd laclful wives, and of of the famous rol.rtccnth the first .icross Ihc Alsilc d In llic crowd recognized sited, and. moved by an impish of a tup-of- 1 rlerr.ftr.d oac- l hnse who Ki han wiio nRU.-L'riO for Canada that Iwo arc- Utter Tar He Gels on Your Nervci TUT, war Isn't if you by sotne gossip upon the street. Bourasia. doun't say "we ouphl In have kepi out. of tho, war. hut r.o dce.-n'l '.ike Ibe w.iy we werit into it anil ll.e way we havo s.t was in ror.neclioh with the. retreat Mnns. and he h" been "in Ihe Ihlrk of practically ever since. The -oWIrr son of a soMif-r falhtr the won t- no-iir.nss-T talk you. even when you wr.nt lo In it- you. allose.lher to In-lrpen't- cnl lliinkinjr. Tho Is afira. Ihc PWTIDS arc roins, And here Is n m.in wrong man En riollerinp Ihn: th ur.p the nlann :mil Ihe wrong cneines to have down another alrtcL Ho Isn't iloins any his" V.C. In Ihc llr.llde w.is educal- ,1 at K.ton nml Snmlhiirsl, and Join- ed Ihe Coldstresm O'if.nis In The y.-ir following be was fighting In Ihe Kislnn Sudan iiiider General Crahnm. lakinsr part In Ihc batllcs Tam.vl ,-ir.d Ilashccn. For hl.i f.-rvlns In Ihij brief hut -j-ing romp-'ilOT Ueiilcnanl -Mniiile hr Him wn.v rrcelvert Ihe. Sudan Ibrn wns, rrceivrn ir.r .TU..... inJ Clajp ar.d the Khedive's ;ind. bi.cn ,1, alroycil by relreatlng, Ncvcrlhf'less. be gol his men im.lcr heavy Bhtll tire, on Improvised oul of wooden rnce-ralls anil Ijounrt to- Bether with O3lcrs, and rollon.Til this ip by capturing, at the point of Ihe Ihc'atrongly-hel.l village ol Kt- Marguerite. r.n'ln Ihft campaign lie was lir'r-lty seiefelj wounilcd and hid lo be inv.illilnl home. Hill dirrclly he recovered from bis hurts he out al the front ag.iln, nn'l on the of the'-Thir'l Ariity corus at will form no exception, to the rule. 11 13'riol cxacliy easy to Inillcalc In black and while exactly what nre. llic Roclal rtnllcs" exacted of a. Prime Minlslcrs's wife. Custom decrees or- dinarily liiat Hie Premier shall give during each Parliamentary session n The "spectators began lo -litter. number ol more or less for- llimter I'll bis lip lo keep himselfJma] anil receptions, ami al Irom Tho ol.'iccr uch of course, she la ex chiefly concerned crlmsoncil with acl ns vnalion. Owing to llic war, liowevcr, these as .well as other le.-is for- T la a'sonicwhal remarkable fact j'for iillhouuli the Premier's wife Is, .1. i.r.i, course, every Inch a lady, nnd a the mnjonty of -Urlttsh Itllly shc as M nos. typical sovlcty grnnil surety our new Premier's spouse Xo male liveried rcrvaiita.i Tlien suddenly a happy thought him. ll'ndlng ilt.wn over hi.i rtrft's head, he remarked BOflly: lo-tlay, thank Thrn the started off again. M.I: Of Til KM HEADY. Ihine a woman Is willing lo undergo a new bonncl- IT TOO MUCH. imr.iLuna, mal'but IrM ones of a plmllnr kind, arc 10 a Ereal ex- noln In abcynnco now; so liinl >lts. T.loyil noorgc will n'l'ati cvcnlii for Ihr proscM, much of the ot whoTewilc cnlertatnlnR on n..l.i'rti? which fcl1 to tho 0( Mrf. Asfiuith ilurinp Ihc >C lior Prr-mif rehip. no MIT. U11111P- inaitr JI'CI IVU rti t JIIL.T were to lie sctn nl 11 street llirinc tin: wiiuli; she wns. mis- ress Ihcre; Just two or three rnfilcl- ;crvniil.s ami a boy Ir. hlitlona In ollic-r illrcctlons, no doubt, Mn. kcpL busy, for n Prime. Minister's wlfo la y a pcrsonoR'o. Ihc cxccpllon of the wivcn ot nntl Ihr ArcliliiflliOr'S of CnntcrlJliry oml Vrtccilcnco.ov'cT-, all other In the land, Slic Is constnnlly Konglil nficr, for oyvcnlng1 ami for olTicr ainri- r charttnldc rnncllons; nml n." ro- rils IliCFc, ro doiibti Mrs. l.loy.l v.oorftft will Bln.Iy ftiifl willingly (In her Tint H Is lo licr IiHpfulnfM t.-Jcntc-l win hf Phown, ,TH was OlnJsloiic's. in Wlplne liim ;