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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ATE DIGNITY OF SIR WILFRID! J f.\ ------- t>,^A.:>New Story V , ^ ^Leader- F of the Liberal How He Received an Insult. JUST CLOSED HIS EARS When Drunken Man Assailed Him ih an Ottawa Turkish Bath House. m -A PETEg;-j^'s  greAtqr wrlt^t-s^niimbt'r Vo inuiiy fik-iula * in tlie^yJjrJQjis (Parts of 1he..sl Right Honorable Sir Wil- M^f^ . //mK^ anos- [ ^^^^B�f^ \vhli:ti is really a sesaes, which-the world at large Itnows , ^^^fflfV^ biopniphy of hi!�rd. of,iisbt him >nt of a well-known EnBllsh Journal. I liandsome fortune. Only one scat was vacant and this the; Despite 'the wealth he haa made by "When a Man's Sinicle." He de.�erted i Journalism'for the mofe lucrative pro- : ft'ssion ofwriting for the .�tage. lie � ostabjLshed-his name bv such comedies ' as "The l^lltlo Minister,Quality ; Street," and "Th^ .Vdmlrable Crl'chton," j yet 'Peter Pan " ha.s lieaten them all. : a ' scribe took. I' Barrle has the simplest Tho man from .,\i-thabaaka was in j tastes. He drosses somewhat shabbily excellent humor that tilght, and as one ! and is the shyest of men. Though his Razed upon his sunny countenance, it! writings are brimming over with Viecamo hard to realize "that, but a ' humor, he is a sad-faced man, and his �___i works have brought more happiness ' ^ to others.than they have to him. He 'is passionately fond of ihildreu, and jmny %veil be de.scribed as the little jman with the golder thoushts. \to cure snoring lit. Him. M'inston Churchtu: AT this season of the year the bedclothes are inclined to pull, and the snorer's dulcet strains flood house. Tho famous humorist, Mr, ,Jerome K. .Jerome, when sjieaking at a banquet, gave this advice with regard to curlDff snonns; "To cure snoring it Is advisable that a piece of soap be driJJ^ped into the mouth of the snorer. Tlie oil in the soup will lubricate the pharnyx and other i..atln parts of the � throat. 'I'hA remedy must be appded with caution, otherwi.'c the snoror will arise and Jiibric.'ite the floor with the person who tlropped in the stiap." a uuarter of an hour ago, and that has already! been iwssed and forgotten by everybody else. But as a man of action he is prompt, observant, and atiove all, rutliless. He wiH tiot stand in-,i'.ompetence arid does not hesitate to ride roughshod if necessary over it. And at' the Admiralty, accordingly, Winston is at the^ job he likes best. duke of marlborough DESPITE the efforts made by in-ftuential persons to heal � the breach between the Dulte of Maj-1-borough and his wife, no success has the'been achieved in this direction, and "the Duke's sister. Lady T,-ilian Gren-fell, acted as hostess. Their two sons, who iue rapidly growing out of boy- �'T. p." on churchill Tciiurehil the Hon liliiorl-time before, he had tasted the bfttort)ess ot defeat. Kind Words for All -E cha.tted with, the Conservative. He joKed with the correepond-l",cheerfulrgreetli)g. �"" �  � � � ^1'?^? � cloak, of for- � J/tn^tiyHtiro^^ off, in a sense, but one of tSe'party, "setting all at their ease, .yii^^djyetfloslnB^ none of that Innate dlg-'nite-.which is always'his.' No better' :~-eXBanple.^Of-the; higliest' type'iof man-!rf!)hood;ootUd be;found.jthan this leader; v&jvtj^/iylth" hta almostv boylsji sense of hu-{^j'^^mor and In^tcrest In evei-ything per- to-^life; 'J ';^^^�jj>08ition'In the Post-Off Ice De-%]Pf^[Aer^'Sir W^tfrtd?" remarked the cprresBondeat Sir vOTlfrids smiled. .-Ah, well. he ��Jaughed, �he,; faithful � must ibe re-^.Waided.'V ./'Ith^'.'T'vV There tji^-^'Bo* en^ry.'.'Tiothlng per- talnlng .fo^*3e9loUSy-;inV'the;:atate8miin's iiroannerv^_5flif*pp1.|i�l,J-li'liw and then. I to half utoa^cetU^a,^ s'^.dlins^ured tvlts �Jffom those, acoupdjhlnj.o .Vacation was' ihis at last,andT;,^hqu^h,�l.'the holiday mlglit be shorf;^lt' must' be' enjoyed. 5'?'r Ins^^ v;i.....' flngfif''iinaoV�id. '� ;K05\appeared to be ' wittPPei^'|rf�WuSt't, to .bejlpii't In ,per-.-Y^^'IfiM^'it�Vbet/.;a>)a .��t,.-;yi^^i^iB|'|S'�l4iyM/i(^^^^^ ^oRi,'-4.o 'complete^WsMU^^^ ,; ^^er,'^ HB amusing anecdote always helps to make serious historical ,or biographical work more in-tere.sllng. One could wish the Late Hon. Jiiiiies Young In his recently published VPubllc Men and Public Life Canada" had given us more of these little 'fla'shes 'ot wil which do so much to throw light on a man's character. Here Is one which has for its hero the great Liberal leader of Confederation days, the Hon. George Brown: "His energy still continued unabated, and for several years Had been chiefly concentrated on his famous Bow Park farm near Brantford. Nature liad made this a lovely si>ot .....a level plateau with deep, rich, alluvial soil-^rthe sparkling .waters of tiie Grand River hemming it into the shape of. an ox-bow. Having successfully sold out-hisr est''..' at Bothwell, with IjLs oil, cabinet-ware, and other industries, Mr; Brown proceeded not only to stock Bow Park with the mo.st costly of pedigreed British Shorthorn Cittle and other live 3to�k, but lavished money In making Its buildings, fences, and grounds on Old Counlry models. ' ''He had two Scotch masons from Gait working on his sU'ibles and other buildings at that - time. They were brotheri), named James and Thomas Dalglolsh, bath Intelligent, superior men, aii'd piie day in hia office at Toron,to, I i;allled him on what orie of them told' me after his return, "'What was that'?' he asked. Impulsively- 'Well,' I ri-plted, 'one of them told me be had always con,sidered you would be the heat man for Finance Minister we could find in all Canada, but.-after seeing the way you were throwing away money at Bow Park he had been mue' shaken In his opinions.' ''rfosslng down his pen, Mr. Brfiwn Jumped .to, his'feel impetuously, ex-, claiming,' 'Ah,' fools and children shouldn't see half-done work!' '.'il� then puc.sd his iwtu, yiUatlnB ou Sidelights TTirown on' Great Men of Canada Since Confederation by Late Hon. James Yourig in His New Bdok--Ge6rge Brown's Farm-Mackenzie's Biblical Retort to Sir John A. Edward Blake's Poor Eyesight-Macdonald's , Dual Personality. the goad which, Brw Park had done and would do in raising the character of the stock and farming of Canada, and predicted that he would, ere long, be able to publish statistics which would prove it to "e a.' goqd paying Concern. But that time unfortunately never came."  . Mackenzie's Famous Retort t when �.sir aee>'F�' 'awtlbv^^tsiwlonaUy put ftin fpot down, and'lie'Onred Btlll. hjas for Mr. Jacob CoVen, J P In. order to, pronounce the price In tii'' telliglble Engli.ih That mnglc^ card also contalhod such necessary questions as 'Can 1 get_^n meal here'' nnd 'PleajSe give mo a drink of w'a^or' It often .^ee;ne to me a,^ if I h.id lead those early experiences ot mine Ih Acme . book  of-^flctldin.i ' But.'> tltcy "kro onlx' too'trub.;', � * ',' . Mr,;.Cplj6n .is tp-clA> rated as'fllie of. a^Qrontql'sfrloh.tnott 9n(l is an e\tenslv(j property fl'vcnet, ou are proud of youij wife's literal J-'success''" hald.thof Inttmato friend ' ., i ' "Ve�.;*' lei'lled Mf, Stulibs ' Ohly * ^Y.t)JhJ^.l)o..^youldnt,jnaist on jpiUsiug thq hero, of every ncjVii ,(� talJc afhletio youn&'mart, with S^avy tutli' and plero^v? Ijig.bluo pyes, Anybody cwn See tliatvfcjv J^mtlQ Vf5 OOm-'AKlBONS. am short, fat, bald and cpmpellUil ,t� ;