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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PROUDFOOTJIAN WHOMADECHARGES Against Leading Members of Ontario's Government Is a Lawyer .Who Makes Bricks. HIS HOUSE NOT GLASS ONTARIO'S PREMIER, AN AUTOCRAT WHO IS LOVED Not nn Ornate Is an] Apt Temperance Man. ny ROBS UIjAC'K. IF U is only peojilu In glass housesi whu should nol throw stones, Proadfoot. K.C.. thej ihalieristr of Goliath Whitney and as-, sunlit-Goliath Hanna. ot the Ontaiioj Cabinet, to a trial of his "corruption] charges" has a fulrly good right to pelt whatever passers-by his aim may se- lect U is 'not to bo B'ipposed that the Premier and Provincial r.ctually understood what they had taken on their hands when they settled on a plate of tombat and offered "I'roudfoot Ma choice of-weapons. They probably were unaware that FrouJ- foot. K.C.. Is president of ihe Coder Ich Brick Company. The pl.int mokes Urge, heavy, -njzor-cdgerl b thousands of thenu'u day, and I'rouJ- fool kecjis tho-kcM to the warehouse Some'people turmlzcd that 1'roudfooi had no backing Jof his Uu! there jou arel see them twenty R siding at God vrlch. ASirlosl makes I'roudfoot look like a bully. But here Is a gentler slcle. This man; who his stepped into the newspaper calLium by carrying his alterations past the barricade of thc'Covcrnment's to the door ot the Premier end his right-hand Minister" is chair- man of Ihe GodPrlch .Organ'Company. James and Sir, prob- James Whitney. apt and well-tfinpercd criticism search in K out Governmental" flaw with a calm deljghr In puncturing ih Absolute. Ho cots ready attentlo and Is opaln and again prodded l> the bayonets of the enemy, an a'tlen tton wMch a more diffuse and K-s sincere speaker coulcl not" expect 1 win. Once the debate comes with I striking distance-Of "three-fifth not a cable from th Coyrtcll could kee-p I'ro'utffc out of the House, He has batllt for the cause of temperance nol at election tlmc'wiien everybody's d It, but half way between wh the bntllfrs are pale aml'lho crow have qutl.applauding Regarding lh.3 eharacler William Proudfoot and Ms "right cast the first -'Eiono. at'Sir Jam Whitney and his comrades of the Ca here (3 the' testimony of men. neither of whom rsas tpeaki as a partisan dr-.Iender: "I havo known'him for thirty years [n Godorlch and Toronto, and -never -nil never .hiard, of n iho on hta.'piibjlc 'pri-' And the pecontl raid: "His charge- Follows He Rules With'dn Iron Be Lieut.- Governor .Some CHARACTER SKETCH tcr and lialilia arc exemplary.' What I'rfanlcr'of Onf" .tarlc said cannot be glron owing 'to Ihc 'high coH of djriamile. HOWFAIRHSCORED ON THE SCRIBES ATr. William Proudjoot, K.O. 11> O. E. M. L MAN Inclined to blubli r, u leaj A ai coiK'hislonf, a man voice utters the fl-allenge ,lllf, a !i-ajtr with a slogan "lion- _ lough ti> Lv bold, find Lol-l enough e homau" is the Hoii. amiR Whiliuy. K.T. M.G KC. wli-t stands with the H- J, Hannu. Joint defender of the I.- arlo Uovcrnnu'it's honor integ: nd political fa'.nuM. Affectionate-] Known to his pjriy as thfc "Old; Sir Jam's U not a man to tun- th.it the mantle of la foldln? bunt him. tlirur or phyfl- ally. With a top-heal j on his tands, the 1'rlmt Minister's ill'HiplIn- iry labor Is do.iMy harder thjm El settu at glarus, and unun nure than on? occasion lias ilie stfr.m- hc't-n called in to riattrn out mere ,han (me recalcitrant. 'One-man-government." are the terms which art nurlcil tt him by Incj Opposition, ttrriis whErli are denied with oulvar-1 indignation, yet doubtless received fapcitt Autocracy Is fi Eaiment easily on the shoulders oT a leader ac- customed to lead, of a mar. who knows that by Urtue of his weight cf follow- ers he can be a czar. On floor cf the House Sir .James .j a dominint who dots no hesitate to rebuke his own ranks. flings out the lash at the eneiny. shrugs with disdain, who hursls ou Into occasional flashes "ol wit, nn who, when the gods or de mar.d il, IMPS into ih? Tattle-of jate with a tongue can cul T, he of f-ctlve. HI is that of the bluCgcon. h! at limes become ft torri-nt such massive reproach as ran he of thilr urtcraitce. H: >ruience is long-, but HI the end. Ill is sharp, and whfn he oppr that'rebuke with the assertion tha Is "uflerly nstourtflCfl" one may flod viatch the mrworks play. THE T LIKED MAN IN THE GOVERNMENT RANKS SIR RICHARD SCOn ;A GREAT CANADIAN Father of "Scott Ad" Attributed H Is Lo hg Li fe to Abstem- ious Living. of the nt to Ridicule Evei on ihe Akfl. 1'KE.MIER SOME-DAY? A i LOVER-OF GARDENING UT C All WAUH rtllD f O. ALLTFl omeihing About the Toronto Man Who Has Again Won a Greal Honor. 1 Listening to His Thunder have forgotten parly, lisler.lr to the play of his ivorda.. are libe the ihuadrr, of h ably aung" hymha hundreds of times to Proud foot's patent bellows, glo ried In und tho "land ihat Is fairer "tlmn For n. manufaclurcr of' harmony, to be drawn into'tho" present -whirlpool discord Is cularly.'aa William stl. a mer firm Skt-atLff, In a sense 1m kids n double lifeA-pr.-ictlcfnfr law In Iwb nl' fJodcrich' when he Isn't riding In Toronto, taking casfis nt Osgoodft Hall when ho Isn't liking them Ihe Coliseum brtck home. And lo ndd-to his accomplishmortis he i flfly-foiir" yenra old arnt an Anelicai si net his flrat bjrthtlay. Sir Way W.I1KN' one dttc.mpte to outline the personality of I'rouU- foot n9 a member of the ttio moat .useful starting point Is jus1 ncrosa' Iho nlsto nt ftesk number one Sir James .Whitney, In his reply to lhi charges of bribery and cor ruptlon, mndfl It quite evident thAt i Mr. Proud foot .were, at his disposal aj a. .public servant he would appoln him instantly as fire, faupeclor at One Mile Depot. Whnt (lie Premier mean ..was that fio for, from having any 111 feeling towards Mr. 1'rt.jdtoot ho detlred the gentleman lo shallow him self, Map off tho ttosfrlnlo. bridge. fly through the SEtnpton tuf.vtl In monoplanes- There were no l.Hr.nendo about it.. Sir James !s a poor hand ft the "d6nble Whun 11 nros to address the Honati aiid jiu.i.rilmsG In right relation rlo the rhrx-pa, I only moments of hesitation I ,3 r intended for Iho cooling of tii'ger, I. fielect a tllornlcr Fhlflnleh, get his fingers of cok J'foudfoot Kot Ihctn nil He fftcd on the right carXnd on th J'or ten fninuics ho.wer.t through symptoms of (he1 eiihng nicOlclne Complete lick of (one, a rundown fee Ing, before "the cyw. nfttr eating, nnd n dlalncllnntEoh work. And ho'1 took his puniahifi; tvlth Iho fortitude of fln abuaed I.T >cr.. He knew what wna tfomlngr him when )ie volunteered the role altncksr. Elr.ce when Mr. rmndfool fir entered tlm he has teen I mada Ihe tnrgcl of more trum a few ha rued shafts from the I'rcnilcr'ji bow. pno day when the Centre Huron! man nan Inftilverlcnlly misquoted a speech ftlr .tames had delivered a few' minutes before, tho latter, corrected him with" great Impattt-ncc. "I dcslrouo of fpiotlng Ih6 I'rlnia Slinlater ohnorvcd Troudfoot, going member (or Centre (errupfcd "Is that he ft afflicted frith slovenly Umt wasn't wan il? only A ftrimplo of Tins' Ing J'rourifoot'A over servo trio pooplo SB n IcglsTnlorV Manner Not 113 "rfirflnnKnlftrV' ig the ifit ornale_ of any mcmhcr's. whole flcselpn wlf] face iJiangd color or his eyo ]cnp with pas, sltm. Topiilnf ulth own party, iind" llfeed horctoforo liy (lie Of_ CflPifftfrvntfVc IIP jjcrforms'a highly rertlce Uy Assistant City Solicitor of Toronto "Came With Good Punch. l" .SSISTAXT IirlnK Plilrty is a appreci- ates TL- on his own nrofcs- flon. -In his office at the City Hall he recently .pasted (up ajCllppIng which read he a sorne-" one ashed All thci an- swer ey all arc." One newspaper man nnotbpr rayed In.'.caw the irty thac -hawMiaw. Jinow a good all Thfi ijr." i'filfly, who" would smile If a slenm rolUr were i-anhln? -er liltn, stood It verjr patiently, and E inclilenf hail apparently closed. A few' days later, however, as the irlo-ji reportersj dropped In lo -fay icir daily cnll ujirfl the. City Solicitor. icy wrcro taken myaterlously aside by c Jcsepli lllnck, confederate of jlrtj', and told I hat-the" laller had sornetlilne for. themV thr. evidences of v-hlch must not oe RirenRlli uhlch comes irom cor.fldenc Unfair Jlbts at hlS pride touch'hi as they lr James Whitney In ff !eg- Ulatlun. he. Is of reicntment, and Rfl thlr.s.i fEMsei on? ijunllty of greatniFs1 r.ot IQ be found (n ail leKls-atorj Outwardly ihe Hon J- Kanna m-jlntfilns aspect of serene inJtf- public lie Is a man ..ho Hyhtly brushes .aiiilc :'ll Attjcke. who does' not worry over Injustice thit lly doittt him. who does not fjf cummfnt, lor tie- rElnurUone. Time and ogalti the Political Experience Extended Over a Remarkable Period in Canada's History. Prime Minister IMP irately waved In1 thf air and crushed intrn such phrases ns "ilevold of -ill b.ut the Stc- rctary docs not such as he tn hK In the nt limes liEa inasslvc Sraln Fccmlng.to alumhfir unlcr his yet C! er nlert to snaUh "he of the Opposition nuptarflticC the 1'rovlnclnl Secretary is a figure to draw the casual tJndtrr-helght. heavy-set, with .1 pro huge hraU. "set close ti is, wUh'a smile thnt creep over his features and warms thi liill, Ottawa, had bcm J first prize. Toti'.t ll.e daily] papers on Alonduy lo hhn an'archUect" As. of lie' heart of Ihe "the Hon. Mr. Han Is withal a very likeable man did begin tbd study'oi at the .age of tviuity- four years hgo. Bui ho rfimined in an office 'only (our years. Then he began Ihc it.utiitor's Ti'ork tu earnest.'. He had I'uljlic school far as cclu- hanJIcapped by.having to earn hCs'owa HVififf when young, and so unable to go to ztudy. re trained him- ifcrr-intnt slip's from, his shoulder Is humanly the Lil tic of Government' etlrs his blcod.-.li U a cavalier of old. ,He la har-1 THE WRONG SIDE nrc not all the pro- OOD sturle: 1 cf Ish, Wy ANSON A. CARD. IIKHK ha? died Jn Ottawa one ol ihe most charming men It tas my pU-asure lo meet t and Vuow (OMitiif to Richard ScolL Ho was of inadu jou feel he uax lo jou his time Jrun'iuir in lo bits of ln- thai he ntoni: liad En memory from the lony I had occasion to zuuct hint tillcn data for booliB In pr.J n round tin; capital, and ever found him genial and oTjllging, and with a memory thai was almost Infallible, extending back .for more thjn -liuaru-rs of a century. Ho had n intimately all the of ihi- Covtrnmcnt sinto curctr that almost his death He- v.as ihe l.i s t meinuer of tbfl J Jurtgc j r-jnimittct! cf twenty. lu of Ottawa, :sa mcmlwrof take chares of the "Crand Civic Ilecontly l.i ihere-, iccn I'usy Inrtittite Itoanl. Occa- ls at the fchool to dc- s to the -chol.trs had an engagement lo hut the good Judge bad Einco his return -'uropt1. and he arrived without a [cct. fetching a sharp for a As lie opened the door of the room In whlcb hp was to speak lie It the word 11PuRh-" This pro- an oxceflenl and the discoursed ui-on ihe topic. Polnttntl out the necessity of taking advantage of. every he told how he hjd his text poinUd to door. upon ihe Inshlc was the Word "Pull" it Ott.ivra. In Iionor of his Royfll the I'rlnw of when I he PrJnce as 1 11 Ca nu da In 1 !5 0 he olhtrs had parsed auuy e hla guing. Etronsf. ruOdy nursi were moat of them, but he outllvici then ny He tuld me onic. In speaklnR ot this: "1 could not t any life Insurance, 1 was too frail, tin: companies saEd. nut I havo outlived ill ut the men who 'turned nn1 down' as hetng too great u 'rlsit.'" He attrlbulctl liEa Rood health and lonpeuiy to his nljslcmious Ih injr He u pronounced vtTKtarlan, ar.d. ns he used to say. "1 never fount! :i n nccM-aitv, and have attend.'d JicFllatc'to uc-rora the Aa-1 terestfcd.-In; the uorks Fremlet and Paul Uubols. He told busts, and, constantly fl'lo hia, and fishier, he cari 5-trlkc.hard hlows. he can'give them, and when the blows are over they are forgotfen. No Animus tjie Hhajlow.oE the prt- .fient investigation, creeping out towards lion: Mr.'lfjnmn WJH to forgft that it wna not personal animus, thai IL was.politirs no- the. IVime Minister paved the way towards the charge rhy, vain 11 r.ij 'Secretary 'find de- ilrKry 'o the will of caUirig names. A man hard lo ap-'j the coldness of r Is about him. Sir James can' KGVerthe- thaw to the warmntss of lmmanj: ly polllles have dropped _frotn his tmmedlale present. IIo Is' avcrrc to humor, and at Elmeff is ly ftf Us various stages U Is thc-n he bccomta most his-lin'owledge o( the his, Mr. jome' t [over j Oppoailion TAYLOR, THE CAUSE OFALLTHETROUBLEi Something About the Man Who Figures in Corruption Charges. EORGE C. TAVI.OR. man ai neb-then Leen-cmplov-' Important works-rS tftaV.nibmorJul .on hcn he peers through btnt [Toronto, to.the C.inadlan-.soJUIi allphlly -.lowered, find South .the BCCOmJs ont may forRtt that behind it ail tbcio Is -i Voice and a w ill ready to tp'ifcc." itf a.fine cllcvcd that Kftlrty hau......... or him, nnd It's pretty decent of.tho old flcr 1 Joshed him flt> .-unmercifully bout Hint lawyer. -j Was Mr. Katrty InV X6, he WM out. ut he had left a Tncssng'e... It.woulii D oil rlshl to go fight In. u of the Iliingfc its thai those who ihe future, upon il remarked l look Mfcy Be Lieutenant-Governor GAKINti fists thfr-faturc "thtre hive been Jilfher honors glimVecd for Sir James. Thert arc many, lay thnt he wo-ild grace well the mansion at Chorlty I'arkj and others Trho feel, sure that some day he will. Sir Jamta1 career In politics began wllh a defeat, has licon thfr' irlth EO many men. Dundas rejected him, hut two tattr he carried the rldlns on'il'tjye- election, and from that lime Until this It has been merely a matter" of run- ning. The world got him first. In '7G he was called to and fourteen years later became Pcrhe" his rnnk is that ot "llltla Kescrve. Degrees i ...f: -1 upon ii Toronto and Queen's 1-.tniled biit it was Ucrdcrl the Tercentenary i Quebec Htadol In 1B03, -ie (o the attacb'rnenl 9 handi of tha rrertnt otirt prcaicsl of recently Acquired of ILH.H. the Duke of SanifHd -MacdociaM. the'chnJr of Ih? Premier. Undoubl- sna the iui- QUce.n'a Park. 'politics may rurliarr Ottawa, nml monuiUEnt Bell, Inventor of the tclep Erantlord, OnL Mr. AllvrarO borji In Toronto r.nd Is one of the fncst- notable ,dians'of the nlio -have inrvdc a tvhiJiJ on' the sunny [liido of His nlcmorlU to King J-Mward, which him ns the Pea'ccrniifcer. mil aJil to .his ns th'o leading Enstisrli-l'apad.lan sc-ulptor .McMULUNS BULLS 1 IR Inlc Senator MfMullen. Of I t Mount I'Vtf.'l, Irish- with nil an Irlshn'mn's car-ac-lty for nppitclnlinj humor and for mak- ing. "hulls" At one. Ilriif ht wns nd- a gathering fn Knnsw And. ft oen.cQin-: since torcftf_4 to H! ITin wns where II cocld bo St-tn.. (Jn right iihead, And wna.the hufde Inft clrpiifnir rdatlrft to hit crlmlnftls were tho for jicrpcnml tftnofflfice: Read the dilly nciYapiFe" faith- fully, nml you read." "JMllor: A on'ft nfw'sp.il'er business It fir to oKt wlic.il frnm Ihc nml PPC thai tho chhff ffl prlMerl." Mr. Talriv find Tn frififiiciiU htf ii.id hifikllig ii Wiiy.tC; feet C-vOt-UJili lU rpurler0. ngo t'rnnk I.lndoulsl. of American H0U36 of Itc- k- working 'for )J n h ho hnd no pftrllcuJar- [mile, t iucallon, and It looked i ad no. particular i- i very wealthy man, with gets bigger year, Toot on a rung of tht poll- nnd jic films to climb. comes from Klevenlh i ii trtct. lie is Ihe eon of a i and n i- I horn lrt( Wisconsin A bellhop, hen he got married. N'lne doilAfi Isn'l i Mg Bum on which lo sitppnri three people, hut out of It Llnd'julit to xavfi ilO. Xo one but he kntm ugh" vlllago ol (JrcenMlle, Mich, ht nn crriMy siote. The location struck him na ft 6nt. He II find mnnagrrt to borrow I8d0 frtora to add to hU llttft In two fcar'c he hhd Cleared on of general gooda. Then fte iti (o Bell clothing by moll.. The ncwEimpern of onttoscd him. pertirtf.s bccnuaft of mdll order Of fho (Ifij-foui1 pnpflrs (n rtlitrlct, fifty-three fought Mm bitterly. Hut Inst yenr he foM SO.OSO nnit nnd Im jcrtt (wo volra to on'o ieg- Istcrcd for hln rtpponcril. du.y romc to ilo-fiway wK'i Iho mlildlcmftn. That's hobby. ns there Ihen'-tn the air much 'tftiH of nn Anglo-American fll- toficc. he became Hocjurnt and ex rttsc-1 ll.e hoi-c thf.l'V'th? Uritlsh go hsnd-in-har.il for the Aitvancemcn ot Co'nmenllriy on fine spntlmcni n newspaper romarkci tfrftt 'jt the first (line It had henr- n anrl 'hand-In hand.'.uM H ft ''jully' 'The tatc Sorintor used to tell nnofhe Joke upon In Hit tfirly da> of he ItftS pitCtt to rpprce'snl Mount llrRton Cfluntv Council, nnd fisrptred I be -there waA r'lvatr nomlnmlrtn but' Mr. McMuIlcn duly moved ar r-y n of Mud frTr-nrl AVh-'n-th" counted, II found that the Senator only one vote. hi? frlem TaHf'p? or four of .Inlo rrirner tbf doffAlet? ?al nil nar5r I voti for mVsrif." Mr; McMulleii hw cver.'not llnglon. but later I In tbf rft'iu pollliu_ ___ jLintc ha Is tin volco, hfgh- reaches webs on the ng shoulders eke one forgot" htfr'squat figure, ach. "retreating nyts become Emoul- volcanoes, n wlap of hnlr elcolg across hts 'hroafl forohertd to eel v lite--line" of'beayy home .with fierce sower steals ln- on? mlrscs HI 11 flow of elornjenc hlch the leader th cnB to realize tin who stands bnck of Tnjr- lor incident In the legislature ich led WjJllam IToudfoot.'member Centre Huron, to issue hl.i'Flft'rl- Ilng chftrgcs of brlljDry and corruption Ontario's Premier and Privln- clni Kecrct.iry, is n ness in an of Toronto, .vh'am Ills Gest friends declare lo ba wholly, .idvcise the present of As was admitted by HIr Jome? Will ind Hon. W. J. Hanna on the floof ol the House, Taylor, while" aclfng1 as (iofcrnment -c'intractor In" lurinc brooms; Central Prison wllh prison labor, con Irlbutttl five hundred -dollftra lo the Consen'atlvi' campaign fund. Actord- Ing to the Fromlcr, he IfUyr attetnpteil lo force Hie Government to further conlracls by of exposure, which Sir Jumts cdnrneteriietl ns "Wacli- Thc further'facts oC tht cneo the funerals of too many of those wlitr A Lover of Horticulture HE was one of first horll- culturisl.t. old homr.-out the Chelsea v'ke. north of the city, tn i day la surrounded by trees nnJ vines of hie early planting, .but up, with the sams rare tnMo and tfiro he to ihtiii. It Is JuBtly claimed that much ol Ottawa's beauty in foliafio find flowers mny be attri- buted to Sir Klchard Scott's eariy'.'in- tcrcsl in their Growing. TS'hfn Lady oro now being threshed out by tho committee. Is not nun'w-ho coulil accept de- As for Taylor few asily. Knowi How to "No" all, can siy "no" arfi nay it caicfnlly motiu- .._J accent which can make the I-ell- pnor fed" that'ha lias oetn grasping. He can tenv to nd to lhem, he tan be atlc, cnn a Government. The lion. Sir. Hfinna's career as a tfltlilrin datta from: He wns A-lce' deTeate J as can'lldale for the louse "of i turning 'rovlncljil mattDTB, carried n and has represcrited that con- 'lliifncjr Ho Appoint- :d I'roylncfaJ Secretary wUn the au- of the Whitney regime In Ifdnna Is MfcliiodlM. Hfs home (own IB Karnla, he conductW n "ifgaT before entfirlng NEW QUEEN OF GREECB Jiclicrica Is 1 wj'.h own loi'a a.-sei" f of ...Tiarljible of f ThN Is harnfj to he al when "one thnt ahe'ls'thc slslcf of Iho Knlser, a rtaiiffhlcr nf th3 lAtC rtedorlckr Arid n ter of a young1 she was- by her flrmnesfl of will wfcen her cOnvfe- weffi Init ?he combines In Toronto, with most df Ijls col MEr.to offered her liowcr snrdensj hi the for the beat capital, she llh this p n gcrjde manner1 aii an Iritennely lovable When Sophia of nfl AIM a matter rt, n mftn-iWsn't TtRra whflt rtnlly h -jnlll ho to mwrM" lnil tlwt nl to ?rto mtlffl he tfmlfnufd. inarrjcd U'a loo Intfr." a nd wlitn Orcec'd (of lovt, Keller i hoi against i volni? toMief huli- i but fiver- the lalp King tf IriecA wnt lo his but of IftlQ pntd loo to to the Kr.mlly', illui wfien tlio what bollilw arc.. K4 thai eltmint csn hardly etitcf Inlo hJd tion Ify those Intimately n-lth lilrn AS a hualncsa repu Ifttfon wasre garde tl na soupd, iriertds are rtijce of middle" mcdtum" height, and befira a Renfal )Manner, At titnd ,tfefl3' urer .of Church, and VM regarded n i nml deeply-'lnlerfcsteJ offfclftl. The TAylor-Bcoll tnnnufao- luTcrd of woodenwnre, of which con- cptri Mr. C. Tnyfor was found a of both earth and menlallly, thnt responded to ner Atlvicacy of floral beauty. Incident- allv, I have often wondered why.Tor- onto and other Canadian cities have v not profited" moro tiy her ifriUniive. of dcvollns EO much pf nltrntlon to music nntl Athletics, esjKrdally uthlttics. Most hnnor tlie recipient. Sufb men aa Kir 'Richard Scott honor tha title and mnfce of It a real worth. A RentaffcaUe Age, to me ts most, remarkable in tha-life of Sir Richard' f< the in fwhfch be lived. The world has ndrnncetl more during that "timti th.in durlnff many centuries, b'cfo.fc. The that opened upijn a divided, of almost unbrokfn wilderness cloyed, ihe other upon n united Dominion, whose possibility are beyond -all. power ot prophecy.. When came, not 'rail had lii n.Tfthtl of-van foresls ilaiiij-. nro lints Inc tho remote Ihc n.illon. he had helped to fashion, put I hetd riot rftme what Sir Jllchard' In the swlftcxt fnnonima of all time. tlnce the pictureg trtny he seen find widening with unrolUnp.fllm, His eyes opened upon hn almost unknown closa chut, out Ihc stalest JOUHE nallon Hi thi worlit That blft him for ttie hetlermpnt f his (cllow-countrymeri may be wen fend known by Iho Act tlml mfltde Wa, hamo f.imous-the Act War hrolt'eoui nn'fl ncrrt of tier nh4 tutaenttl hack, and hon worked lifcrolratly find rti.iONg (tie who erillclrefl II, and clone" much (o nullify Us had had (.fltrie itoTillity of rteelrc for their Canndft -lo-dity He ft for btlfcr C'nhadn thih H Is Jf VnAil fpmncrnnco people of irifMon corisisttni-nnn-woyiu-i ,ve their full apprccLition of what has <1one for Iho ihcy ct lo Mm A monumenl of Tnat njf ,'t ard bronae. cut deep IhiJ f-. r'di: "Krertcd to the memory-o( T- nictiard Scott. Ihe mon. whosfl to mike A nnd but for ftiany nn offlco fn the I' kln UulMlnrfr anfl.a fatlory- ;