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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta BRIi]..GEN.SHANNON DIDGREATWORK iRaised and Equipped- 40,000 Men in Military District No. I. Spending $-12,000,000. BORN IN, KINGSTON London Dialrict Has Made an Unviable Record Dur-' Jng the War. . Uy AUTIIUU 0. IIAUTV. (.ri.vnON, Aiini IS. �\r i:.\r(S: iiRo llr.^ l.nwcrH or Uu; I llnic ill CAmuIa sMbillvldril tli'j Dominion, i'oi- iiillU.iry puriniscH, iiUii a soiltis of (llKtricis, aiijl villi lirlKlit, propliytlc vlnloii uiiusc-d lo ha iiiiliril ii|> over llic-' door of lioail-Uiiiirtirs 111 London tlio liiBeiid: "I'Mral-, IJiviHloiml Arun." I.diRloii Hinoo lliat tlinn has slrivpn to .iii.ilify tlio a|i|ii,'ll:iUon. uiul now tliiit four Vfars of iicconiplislinicnt iiiidrr iiotivc siTVli'i! comliIioii.s .ire lii'liiK ronmlod out. ihoro is 'i whole-Siiiiic HatLifiirnion for Woi-um'ii On-i.uio folk iir llic !;iio-,vlL'd)?o tlwit tlhii, f ii,'!;, i'onlil lie KiniK' inure ik'.soj vodly Juuv'liere *dso iii L'anafln. 'I'llP Dlilnlonnl Arpa before llm ivai- .Mad. lieoii orKunlzod on n Idgli standurd of cfficdoney, lli/niRli tile staff..Tt lii;iid(nmrtoiH ua.s then 11 comijaiMUvcly. tiinall force. Knt BRITAIN'S MINISTER OFRECONSTRUaiON Dr. Addison Is a Man Akin in Spirit to Premier Lloyd George. UriijuUtcy-Gcncrul Shantidn !ALTRUIST IN POLITICS /)). UhiisloDhir Addlaon, M.P. CallLordRhondda Lord of the Manna Also the Gap Lord Queue- Butcher's Shop Is Called Popular Rhonddavous. ^J^IIK in I'^iiBland have been let^ tins Ihcmsolve.s kg I;itely over r^ord IJlioniJdrt. Tho Food Controller has hcen Krwhcn ot as "The Lord of tlio Mtinn.a" and "The Ray Lord Queue," whllo one self-satisfied, discnsslng food-hoarders and the recent chance given to tliem to disKorge, .said, "It's a case of 'Rhond-da unto sclzer the things that are seizerls'!" Yet another man who is still at largo talked about the c|ueue outside his butcher's .shop being a popular "Rhonddavons"! Lord Rhoiidda. by the \vny, has recently been Kranted n lilj^'h honor-one that he shares only with' the great Claribaldi-for a biscuit has been named after him! AVill amateur comedians kindly irfraln from writ-' ing to tell lis that his lordship "takes theblficult"? "A Good Man to Go Tiger; Hunting With"-Has Decidedly Made Good. IT when, the call to arms .came the Fh'st Divisional 'Areit generated activity on a scale that made '.'active service" '.ui misnomer, l.ii'Ul.-Col. Gordon-Hall, the Ron-rial jlnft officer, had Icft ia short linio before the war broke out, after .'living performed ctfectivo uorU'in J.oiidon. To-day ho Is a Kcniral staff officer on ono of the liiilierial army divisions In France. Col. Macdonell's Record ONF. of London's first contrlbu-_lions was l^ieut.-Colonel A. lU. Macilonull, then llie O. .S. O. Ile liad served In the South African "War,, with the K. .C. U., where lie won the Di.slinguished Service Ovfler and ntoiitloii in dispatches, and afterward, lielween IHOI and 1001, ho had rendered brilllailC service with lirltish forces In Nigeria, In the .'\fikpo, ilkpani, and Ibibio countries, lln was at once attached to the staff iif liendfinilrters of the First Canadian Division in France. When his old corps (he;li, Q. p. cunie over, lie was made its conmiander, and still later pc was elevated to Iho cnminaiid of a Canadian liifaritry Urlgade, whiuli m'on a/iiotttlile roputatloii on the fi'Oiit, and,, .which among other )vell-c^oc!uted eJflJ'oit.s liad a loading part lij the cap' of' ICourcolet.ts fit the Sofiime. Xow as a general he I* back in CuhaiVa, the General i iffleei* Owimandlng No. 7 TMilitary District at St. .lohii.N.B.  Thus ho-!()o lias hr/uiight (ifidot!'iu.stro to the First lllvlsional Ar-oa..... ........ I'ho, comnmndajit at Loudon when the waV bVoUo oyt. >vnh twiisferfed to Ottawa.u.s Adjutant General and if)-dny that officer, .Ma.1or General ITodglns, ,is'amember of the rciiiimittee nsslgiibd by the Dominion Cos-eniniqifl; tc Mio 'tnsii' of worklnK' out iilnn.M for the demobilization ot tlu! Ciir.,",'dl:in furcpB when pe.-^C'; re-tiirns, , \ .Dilt hcc;iMse 'lie staff of London hoadriuarter.-- was a staff ot "aces" the woi'U ir, Wesicrn Oniario v.'a.i ciurlc'd (ill �.villi \'i!;or. Thus, it .'uipjiCvA-i tiiaV LoniVijr. layn liold n.ioro: firmly lluir. huforW-'to ' 'ric'r laui'clB, liriK'jdivi'-Ooi^rtl ,\^'. SJiannon; ib.o 7T. started life as a school teacher, first at IlnwKesbur.v High school, and in the following year, ISTO, as matlie-m.atical master at Almonte Hish school. The general, notwltlistandlng the multitudinous duties his command carries, has never been known to be too busy to give .a kindly car to the interests.Qf his men. There is ncvei' a man, of whatuj'cr rank, on the strength of his camp, who cannot kc-curo an attentive iliuliencQ and a courteous henring, for though he has naturally been busy in raising a force double the strength ot the Imperial Guaril, Napoleon,. Jpad \yaterloo. Gen. Shannon has never iound it necessary to be other than a real democrat, a gentleman, and a mighty human .sort ot Uping. A Souvenir rpHRP-B little girls each had received a silver spoon as a Christmas fi-itt. 'iMino has 'From Papa' on the handle," .said Georgia. "Mine says 'To My Loving Daughter.' " chimed in Afaruarot. "And -mine," said Mabel proudly, "says 'Hotel Auditorium'" .By I'OLiriCIJS. OW tlil.s time of war-like all times of strenuous action- tcHts leaders in the poliliral. arena ni/lcs.1 tjian it does the soldier on the field ot battle. Siiici; Ihe war began more than one political, lis liiore than one military, reputation has been won and lost. In Great Britain we have seen weak men In the political Hpliere-weak, that is u> say, In the qualities demanded by a time of stress and storm-fail miserably. We have seen strong men set them.ielve.s,-with a coiiiugo th.'it neither falters nor fails, to the winning of the war. it Is action, then, that develo)is the strong man-as, for tliat matter, it seaiclies out the weak one. Im-miMisely, and unmlstakalily, has tho war developed Dr. Christopher Addison, . tho British Minister of Reconstruction. There arc those who arc really to asperse Mr. Lloyd George as a judge ot otijer incn. No doubt in forming his Administration (amid circumstance.^! of quite peculiar delicacy and difficulty) he made his nils-lakes. But for every lemon he chose be picked at least four peaches. Certainly ho made no mistake in choosing Dr. Addl.son first for lliniiiler of .Munitions, and, subseiiuenlly, for Minister of Ttcconstructlon. It is no secret that, for long, he has held the highest npliiion of Ills present Mliiisfcr of Reconstruction. "Addison is .a good man to fio tigbr-huntlng with," he said, some years ago: "I liavc been' ttger-huntlng with lilin more than once, and we have always managed to come safely through tho jungle." The' language,' of course, was that of metaphor. But it sliow^'d Iho reliance placed by the Frcmler in the other man's grit and nerve. Consequently, it f was "not surprlslns that wbeji ho formed Ills Administration he should hayft included Dr. Addison in it. nor. that ho. should liavo advanced him frojn tli�) Minislry of Munitions to another post even more onerous and honorable. His Public Spirit R. AI3DISO.N' is a man sdll on the .sunny sido of fifty. Ills face and figure are both quite youthful, though his hair is prematurely wliite. It is impossible to look at him without realizinp that here is a man of rarely fine quality. Ho Ueara tho impre'su, in his whole e.\pressloii and aspect, of those social iind humane Interests which loom so large in his life. Ho i.-? tho altruist In politics. In fact, ho is in politics because he is an altruist. It was in .Tanuary 1910 tliat he first entered Parliament. Before he enbarkcd on a political career he had won very considerable renown ns a doctor and a man of science. Ho had been ITuntevian jirofesspr in moi-this professorship of the Itoyal" College of. Surgeons -was SIR SAM ALWAYS IS PICTURESQUE He Has Developed Into an Upholder of Causes That are Lost. LIVES IN MEMORIES A Noted -British Airman /PlHO .supremacy in Hu- :m- v.l,j,li British liavfe held tluoii.-imm ihe recent (Jerniiin di-lve'lias been nn r.:\-liortaiit factor in the siiecer:; ..I ilu-ilefrn.^iV9 tactics that have \iv'\\ *-'.\\-ployod .t(i slcw^ up and fni:i!ly siup Ibe (iei'inon onrush. Seconal i.icui. A. I'. |.-. Rhys Dil-'ids, !>.,-;(�., M.r., is one of the noted � of fii.'irs ihe lirillsli Royal Air Force wIk. bus helped keep the allies siipnim- in the air. .And Is Constantly Furnishing the House With a Ne.w Bit of Histb'ry-; ' ', By HDUACIO SPRING. VFRV of Commoiis^hns ^ its "cllai'Ucters." nien^wlio stand out from..the oriliuu-.'y'rim of I inembers.^ Ii.v .rciisoiL of some Rpeblal � Lnthusi;5sin, .interesting personalllyi ur exciting, hi.story. The Ontario Legislaliire:ha5 Ham. Carter. and.'.Sam ('larke. . 'J'he.lOeder.'il I lou.'^e. has Sam lliighe.s. " Sam lliigtii.:!*. .Who i.s a l;nlgbt. but; Willi, in the ilebiito on lilies; declared, tliat be didn't liavi) to depend nil that, ;is lie was "one of tlie buys,- and ai-w.iys ready to deliver (ho good.i," sits in a strateeic ."iisle .i;'.'!.;"; i'liri-x "of i'. .'nearly forty' tluiiir,ai).i,l'jVr.4r. iiy 'volui'itary cr.Ust-jncnt, JUiJMof^Iiei'si.nnalb' direct and-d.n'i.dui) |.,q)r/;trro!it> �nUictiino ..havlris � '.i-^ iiaiuV'tll.o bqulpmoiil and prepnrar lion of'l;Ul/t iiviiiy for .tho front, is In il.^eh' -.i i*.sXV}\Hm, .^Tlio .magni,-, Ot,'f,f(,Micii,'il aiianhbiVs task may PC'iliapaj.j'nufirif'ini'irchftnrtea vllen' it is KliowiVvlJt'Hi.'il''''; e.fpehOI.'.tii.cs made iiiiuer I ,!vli(.i;^ii-ii)ervicloi: .slnoo the outbrail,^ wf.'^lhc � vmi' ndv.' totrt! a dozen |iiiilii!ii.i;; ' :-lla fliigor Isi alwavr/Voji'.slv^. 'jiiil.-ie vf. his great :ii(iehl)io.'(AnA^",iliO'-lintjwii' .cvory iJoU and vive!;:;|Tv, dpen ri6,t rolaic. .bii|; .Uw\-fatit rcinaina his iinni'eirtlato fovilicai'sjiali-. e,i frpni Olonoiiei'�Antrim,"Ic'*;lRylng the foundation- tor- thfl' revolution. She was worklna In tho country diHtrictB,: 'tllBti-ibiitlnr^ revolutionary litcratiiro' and talWiiff privately with the licaftaiVts, when, the police took hoc. "She wTif) led away to a Blniater-loblUng building, and down I-.ito tho Black Hole; . : > ,. Vl .was pushed In,, tho heavy door filammetl and bolta rattled In total darknG8H,"'.iiho iH iieo-plo. he had long'iit.ftlcpn ini ii-.l. it.';1 'hefOl'ei h'e'ever sought tVieIr .sm'rrai;oi--.. ;it is 'ihc'Hb.\lon divlslnii uf .I..loxd .rieoi'Be in spirit. : He has riot 'flls.cMlef's;compelling oratorical powers, hci'is^a.'better-read man, and gpnerally 'lii'inrin ot greater "culture." But ho has'nil Mr. Lloyd George's nt>l'iIe"tli.�oontent'with social wrongs, aH hiff.-rightcousi eiitliiislasm for .so-1 cinl heltermeut ' iif occitiitincy. Close to him sits W. P. Alaclr-.-in. and, as near neighbors, be lias ljr...(.'h,'irlc.s Shi-ard niul e.M-t'oiitrnller Turn l-"o.�ter of 'I'oroiito, who are i wo members mol>t conscientious in tlii'ir attendance at the llou.�e and in attention to the debate.^. Sir Sain, as wi'li an tiieso other nii-iiibor.'-j just iiieiitioiieil, sits in a comfortable lilack leather cluiir, wh(-:-eas most of the privtite members liave to bo content with wood^-ti affairs 111' the kilclii-ii variety. Champion of Lost Causes iDON'T iiniii.-e any refi-renire in biugraplii: s to the efl'ei-i tliat .Sir Sam ever atlcnleil i l.-iford, nor do his Lreiicr.-il demeanur and acreiit re-.s-ciuble dioM'.- -r-aiiy, but whi-tlier it,is from U.voniaii iiuliieiice or not, .Sit' .Sam laU-ly developed into an Ulilioldei- c causes," ' At all events, ho often does talie a liiu; not iti arcordancf? with the general or .-M'p.arent trend ofpuJdic opinion, lie. is sometime.Hf accused "playing to'tlie" gallery."' and sloiially he does, the exercise ALPII liL.VL:!';, a newsptlper correspondent iil Wa.slilnirton, descrUies .losi.^pluis Daniels. .Secretary ;of'the liiiiteil Slates n.-tvy. as'a., ch.pnged man. .He says: Wu.Hli'ington has made him ,'s hero and there, a little complaining about "political obses-.sioiis" in the navy. As liiiie went on jieople even found themselves bored by the Secretary and hi.s theories. They grew mildly about tlio summer of l'.' of AVar. Subs Make It Bad Paddling Season Thai's the Wa^ the Little Eari of Macduff Looks at It. ^l^X amusing story is told concerning the Princess Arthur of Con-nauglit and her little son, the Earl of :Mucdtiff. As is the rase with all our n'oynl holiseho'.ds. hers is strictly rationed, and one day the Priiices.i waa explaining to the boy, in language suitable to Ills tender years, the naturs of the suliinarlne menace which made this precaution nece-jsary. "Voii sec. dear," sho concluded, "the .sii'ninariiies are all around our coasts." The little boy looked thoughtful. "I'se 'I'raid then it'll be a bad soaaon for paddling," ho. said at last,, evi-�ilently with an eye on th^'coming :Sii,Jnmpr holidays. ' ' , . Peace' Soelefj'/' Tiig.nji'ud .of>c'reli.iry''by alTthe" ' Wli'en the. pt-cscnt it Should, suddenly 1 sat up au.cUly. J^;-"!!^ '^iJ^''l^iril^;^:^;;^^^"^ I could hear nothing; but ns I start- the irioro thorougli-golhg TJbci'al--* ed to lie down my ear again approached the Iron pipo Bupporting my cot. Tick, tlcii; ticUlt>', tibiC tick. 1 toll along tho vtlpfe: ahd' foltti'd that it went through lo the next ceil. ] had onco heard a code planned at a meeling in Moscow, but I could not recall It. At last 1 had an idea. Tliero are thirty-five lotter.s 111 tho Russian alpinlbot. I rapped onco. Then twice. Tlien tlirec times. So on until for t!\e last letter 1 rapped lliirty-flve. No response. Again, slowly and distinctly. My heart was boating fast. Stops came down the corridor. Tlie guard approached, and passed my door. Ills stops ' 'cllc'd away. Suddenly-tide-tlck-;-tiak- and through to . thirty'-iJivo. Tlion slowly wo spelled out 'words, antV by tlil.i clumsy eodo tho'swifter code Vns taught me. .........-..... Our club had over a ;luindred-: membor.s in .solitary conflnoinQnt; somo in celi.-i on eitljer sidl). Pf, mine,, (lome below, and 'somo ubovoV. .Did we tell stories? . Ybs-r-and . . gooil ones. Young sludontB-keen wits- hien spirits, How '.somo of those youngstera mado lovoi A^mei'e boy, two colls, to m.v v)gUt, "Vowed ,ho adored tho young Blr! -oi ninateon, five celUs to friy' loft on'^ the floor above,.whom liii had neve)' sot eyes on. I lielpod ticl? ills gallant'speeches aiid h'or 'I'esiionsts^'conttunaUy' .along." stood aloot'from and looked a'sUaneo n-tj the--Ministry- and the .Minister. Nft^'.sp Dr., Addison. Uko the Prd-nifej-, .hry.. vicwj Ivord Ileuverbrook. for txtiiniile. rightly or wrongly, does not s6"eni to Ije oxtroini'ly popuhn^ in Canada, whiitcver lii.i' virtues, abilities,- and acbievenicnls may be, .Sir .Sam. however, during the title debate, fought valiantly fin licaverbrook. Several memiiers Jiad been miiKljig uncom-lilimcntary remarks alJout the Canadian-English peer, and Huglies was incensed. In a very belligerent tone, accomp.-inied by the small boy ejaculation, "Como on, liow!" and with a terrible cUcijiiig of the Jaws, in tho manner of Roosevelt, Saiif.lought the battle.  It is. ,evidentl.v iinwlsr'' to twit Hughes about his friend,'; for ho tells what he said to a Moii'lrealbr wiio "couldn't uiulerstund why 1 'should a.s-soclale with, Max Aitken." as the latter was calleil.'-btotoro.' .tho .B9aver'-broolc period. 'Sir'SanVs,V' so thatj they would both .work together. r'oinanco hjjout !uil^* protty-pt^eross!-Slid'/becij'ipir'engiifiwl' to her', first 'cpusin.,,r.-^'tscoui)t .,; purion-.. .v'tl-oi'tV Htjvj'tj.^ ;s6ii,'5nnd not.-'to-'to exj^fiis^il: |rii(klf;'ifliort ^fcH'tai iViut Ibiis:'Ibgs. >l'lii;y-| j'fgrn mari'lcd in lilOT, UrespoiKilblo: nM. a.lut;ocV!(ltl'e � clement In the limd.".J. - Looking for: tVpiiblB,'.'/" Sir Kam will figliValiPUt artV-tlillW! H>; and Nickle. oC KlnsijtOii,;Vwro.SiBled wjtrmly about the Island ,q^;'ii'..:-i,IiSt6i^j!;iis,J'' iinKloii.s.- , ;.tp' wrKq '; (ho ,;:-.'nVBry� of, tho epptdi ,i014j' 'iaiV,-.,'v?ill,.h'a.�fr to,.read, aihong-.otlKir rlocultiQ)ttii,'''Hlift)>os' miee'cUcH In^JinftV �)vas. uni\er ,lvl�,"cppt!'pU�^^A'..f(^\v..Jil.t;pH-'�aKd. ISO �:ont, iHtoilpie.^i'liblg quoklon^ of-proinal'lr.g oftlcevsfroirt tho ranks.' "pit one d!iy,":..lio.;Haid,"\v'o.had tjic honor of laklriK 6vci''2fi6'. hien Cv6m ..................... . ^- . , - .r9i^ tho raiik.'ii of nh'tfchisii-rbllVmlJislonail' officers, and iircnioliiig them to vfflcer.'S," N'T'; ekriy accounts ot him. .He isTi't an.v lonftev. There is a touch of^ausferjty, ay fprmality about him as he stands behind'his flat, broad dpsk and ^ays in.-gisjpthig; voontlemen." ' TliiB pholoRiiiphs pfthe SccrelWry in the days wlien in; .was being phoio-grapheil .show ;i. broad, rounded, soft, smiling face. It Is a'wilkinp-alPng-Maiii-St rent-ho wily-Bill-liowdy ,lne kind ot. a., face.,. It is" .ii'liiien-dustcr-^ Innrpei'-.groij.ery'kind of fuci^. But the (Secretary who slajifls'. jiow- to greet ^ J o  t^'t"-' Wahluugton ,cyrreHiiondeiils, is Harder, more;;?enou�.-,,'.:,:v-4;i,of,ft.iha.,'Secretary "of those photo- ISVKimiKT.KSS: the .SfeWflthrF 'f^!''*?'',*''; le/t'lliat face be- 'lilnd hlni. . It is a piji't, pl'-,,thp long ago, and Hie chanccg^pro that It,will;, no-ver-come hack., ;' �*..""' The Secretary wqjars h;'well-fitting -"ifnd somewhat formal l^ltaway. coat ' ' ['.now,' trimmeil with liraM. And' his face has squared away a llttlo'at tlic chill, tlie sfiuaring away that conies to all i-hins if circumstances keep the jaws set for a long enough time. The cheeks aren't as soft as they used to be. The" eyes,are a little harder,,too; tho mouth- a little .slraighler. And-over ,all this is tlie taut loolc (if. repi"e�slpn, ot control, ot a knowledgo of events beyond the immediate moment and of an understanding whicli comprehenda tlicm. l.i) H.C. DIXON, senior chaplain for Toronto Military District, tells how ho once re-colycd a piece ot good advice under peculiar elrcumatanoes. � He Was cliBslng after a. street, oar, aji^jj lifter running about forty y^jurda'.'iie jiulAed it. Ho walked biicltf.''to, .tlio iiR^ill tp: thlHt./neyor ;TAiji;(ijf^i tei' ,a woman-.or. a sti'ootiicat;j^j.iiiiyb(] I bn another 'nnn nlnntr iWi-Siviiitel Will bo another 'ono along iS^'lUii'oei iTilriutes," '-� �A tJt. I fJ^liE best known piiblln man larlfj' extends, to east and west. In Jtont^oul they say he la better known than'^lodcric MartUi, M.P.. Mayor . ot 'that city, and to trove'it they tell this .story: 'It. bappened at tho famous Montreal.A,J\.A.ArirPnnut i;�eby match. T\iink(Hg. to .grace the occasion-with- -his prCBence',: Mayor-.MartSrt \�Ui' liV�' " wtf^.'Vweiit to tilt! grounds and. start-etliP.'.yullt'through the .main .erj-tranije Into the "reserved scat section. A" h'atetkeel)er'"^s'tbppeii~li|m. "Siedoric, BomQwliat-peeved, whispered- to tho Bittotteeper that he 'waB^the-Mayor, airid'Vur.ely ;a box had been reserved, for hlm^. ''I'don't COr,p if you're the i'o'rdM'ayoV of I.on'don, you'll have to lino up like everybody else," he Is reported tp have Bald. ; Mayor Martin by this time was beglnnInK to get real angry, wlien Mayor Ohureh came op tho scene.. "Hello, Tommy,-walk right in. '.I*he're's a box leaervcd for you inside,';', said the Batokeeper/'But Mayor OhtlVch quickly gr^at�pcd the . situation, t^iid .'-takinK Mayor Martin by the,drill he escorted him to lila own box\ ., ' ' "Ooe, |"!thoiiffhf thtjf old bird" was kidding meiwheu ha saU\ he was the Mayor of Jlontrcal." gasped the gatekeeper, �wh'on he recovered his broatli. � �ir lir .TOH0NT0:S',.Clty. Council has a reputation'dfc always asking the LeglslfiturrpMu .Queer's Park for a lot o( tU'lnlfa''It'iiover gfits. A motion .cimj^jiffitfo'i'i^^'tlio City Conhcll earlier .lh'\'tlieaJ^�li'-'t�.,pntltlon Queen's Parlt foi^-avC(iti�lh''''lilfloc of Jc^lalation. |tjf:rili�ijiKi.Uvaj;;.lt'i.-Was-.a moro or ies� hbftBQliplcrtiJAi'etluest, Controller .Tohn �O'/Wbill. onhbs^d'it from, -start^to fin-ishit'i'- flp'waa dellv'erin'pr.a warm tlr-i'i�U6.'�Ba'ln()f'lt hi ilho Council Cham-*iffir;%'.lii; �Vi Iho tttldtit'of liis'spijech .-: In >s.'"Toronto is Mayor T, J,. Church. It is not only in tlio Queen City that iio Ik so well known for his poim- "'^Tlif'-nie ladies?'1Vi> haven't nny-iji^. women in the Council Chamber yot;'-,'--said Mayor Church. "Mliy'io not," retorted the control- ' lor,' "Hqt If 3'ou SO to Queen's Paric � with this silly request they'll �ay . we're a bunch of old women." .~-r - ;