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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October Sd, .1012. JTlili; TORONTO 8TAH SIR THOMAS'WIT SIK T1IOMAK SIlAb'tlllNKS.SY, the pivwliliml, I.-; woinewhut JlOIt-d fur Oil 00- (.iitfluii n yumiij with chilling 111 fliiiiu- simtH. lilnw :iv.-ity." And then ('iimnm'nilluii ul1 Ihc- fh-jii hl'lr KI In illrii-rviil i-c-doii fill- rvmnvi-il. Ill ilifht cuyy lilni until ht fitly j of axa, tin ho del-Met! io HOU :i lawyer, who iidvlaul him to whlcli llC did. loul; Case I.O COUI't, und Ml'--_Jllll-lr wns linrKh uinl uiirpaijoiiiiMf-. lie II M-na unlon-cl dinno lo would .suffleL- for his nri-da. j rises ai flvu in the nnd aftei I liarli.lcliifr of a cup of coffee uiul ;l his j cult for u long walk. j retires (o bed at nine if Si me tern-! i monies du noi and ho rinds re- fi-Ration in xhootlnij. A pretty Incl- dtnt occurred on the vt-nerablfi Em- blrthdiiy. Ills nieces, unknown to' him, Imd films liiki'n of ilielr arid these -were shown durlnrr the blrtliday d L ChMtt rton AfkEEVTHINKER M.P. Mr. J. M. Ro- irt-lvileffiT of pleauMn-s with- his -head W nu.st t-arecr, it seems rovcrcil. which is enjoyed by that of- ficer of the Crown is lo have arisen from Iho fact, lhat Sir TLoina.5 Hope, ihu first bayonet, vMi 'Advoealr1 (aise iiL which two of his sons were on bench." In thaso ceremonious days It was con- for a father, to .un- r: cover iiVig heacl'In'v'ihe presE-nce'-of li'i the ppcctatcrs were :-o thnl sons, An'd nu one hud the an nf his dignity, refused tr> do so; thu establishing ,1 r its torn whjch conllnn'es' to this nay. t 'NICKNAMES OF" BRITISH PARLIAMENTARIANS In UK of Liriliili credited him, conferred on him when or if you were Kir .lohn and how they ROL tht-m forms he ilr. Pet-r O'Brien. Lord T.lnc- Jardlnc, would you ask your friends to tin; sul.jL'L-l of a briK'liily writ- iJonncll Is ".Mnrc for no other know you henceforth as "Sir Tinner in London Opinion. "Wi learn lliai ihc present Karl HpeiiL-tr is .soin u limes ;IK tlrncH ;ls "t'ul-fs- and Collars" (because 'f Ih'j and of his iiliirui, and siill uRuln as In; Ayrn-uliLinil by reason uf Uie fiiiTious in which he told Ino IIoiiKi; ;if "Mr. I'm not hiborcr." ilu) iliiiUHU not what call a pra him nr, could j of Jija vi L-liiioldajs, and will bo "Kit" to' the .d; ;md Lord Si. AutlrleH will, thsmUs ruddy complexion, bu known for the rest of IMP chiipler 1'ink Tn." II wns Lord Si. Aiiilrii.% hj- Hie tiue peroruu-il about. Mr. Waller by that, "LiUe hc-'s a all a III THE DUKE S1TOUTLV afirr ilio 1 "nlic of Con-j l.onl Lnn-lnirn. ox-Lord :irrivi-d :il bn wns whom llu Commons knew :is "Uoblty Inkliiff a tjuiet prr.snivil walk with his Mobby in Oililod sccreliiry in Iho fii'dion oC thuj ('hnnib.-r: but 1 dunbt ii any of ihc lilty, ivhen hn in at a retail bont and particular linn- i v w thii very l.ilcst in blu.-k reason thnn tliat IL brother, nn a I nee duail, nclnally bore thut name; lint since Sir Michael IIIcka-Hesich be- came Lord at. Aldvvyn, It peums to be forsotlon lli.i: liig Irish nrlmircrs f'1) once chnst-ne.l him "Hotfh botr-h." Lord I-lMlslmry was known to the RiuHrfils "The Lord nnd T suppose ii was li .IoMu-r'': e be. was late Duke uf or if you were lion. TY. 1'fiel would you ihijik il fiiir. merely be- cause you ji now and then with t Ulster Unlonlt-ls. lo i-hnnf-e your iiarnp to Ornng-c I'eel'.'" H if-- Iho fnuli of Sir ,1. Itee.s hiin- Fi-lf tlr.it ho is known as "The IVarm- liih' Pan." for IH: avowed himself :is olocllDii; and if I'oiirw- the Hodfathor of the "Ilumer." J'.ul lo the CommoiiHl Ucirifir has not yot i-o any, cxcepi the feeble-, and mm one ot "liniiiir Law and wlillsilsi, yai-irnjs Mil lie would not havi) inH'omi: "Uayli-lil." as Kir Mr. Hcimir has not yot rorrived j .Ins-cpli would nol huve ny, oxcopi the feeble-, and cumbrous if In; liad not in- (o China and of lulling the noarcsi approach lo a fecnnd name! all aboiil il Tor u Hiiidfi ii wpiid'i w.ij] mild, Mlil Lllell enniA. That notll- IIIK inoalir-iuuiitliml iihunt him hn by kiuiw him, wliilii wna IIH IrndHr-iu-iirtiifl ns a i peers will dare to fol.lnw ;bc Irn At I c-.Tanijilo of ilu: who referred to Lori! -luldr'.iu'. the- prcseni 1P" lor, :is "Jiimbo.- of Mr. was Jrish member's paiirlfiil rcfc-renc.c lo Hie "Welsh the rappnree being the Irish hlphwaymfi.n of earlier times. Mr. Redmond Is, lo his followers, ''The as Pnrndl tras before him. anil Sir Vounffor would not have heuii "Palo Ale" If he had nnr In Irarfirj in iha! .Mr. Rowland Hunt, (no, would not havi- inunivrlnliiTcd as "IJoaflk'ra" in thn CuiiKvuueiiily, hft is-- bott and and lie hm now ffJiXli'ortMl him a and apiircciittivc atidiciict. so that ihe Emperor could see. with hl.i j ilr' is wum Lo declare Him In; in of Hit- low real Liberals' lift; ih'j majurily of that party have, in his opinion, fallen from grace. I-Ifl Is the uworri foe of Ict'itilatlon llk'c to. Int-uninet; Bills. '.Mental 'Deficiency" Hills, all of which ho, rcgurds feliemoK for ihc; oppression and nientatiiin of Llit poor. Mr. Chester- ton's intellectual honesty above' suspicion. y.nd hence hlfi fearless, out-' epukcn artlclui? always attract the'.' jiilonllon. lie himself licvcs in wine and and iien-Imcnt. aiul so cjicrseLiciiUy docsV; he obey the old and.V' rrow thiLt his walsLMno is us alarming proportions- A, H WHS in the true nature of hat. hu yhould label a book 'Tremendous Trifles." A very istlns account hits been of hls-V' iterury mellioda liy an jVnieficun who recently interviewed Chester-' on at his country home ut Beacons-." own eyes how young1 hi; looks. A TENNIS "FATHER" MU. INXKS-TAYLfJIt, one 01 Tor- omo's well-known tcnn-l.s play- eru, is affectioiialciy. ,t-a'Jed, -Jfather" by all the younger members of the Jiusholnie Club. -At-thc rc-ccnt lonr- nument in Xlagara, Mr. Inncs-Ta-yior was as usual. A pre-Uy n'rl eamo up to one Iho Toronlu i players nnd .said, "Oh, please Introfluce I me toi-your joily-looklng won't BOmcwhat incongruous lo find him on the British CJovemment rJench and cuoiiig- like :L dove. But works many .changes, and no 'on ;it home ut Beacona- -SSrfC a and tread, rambles like a huge MumierDuSK about the. room and talks.', j And ns he walks ami talks hu blunders I Hbout ninoug- hlB words exactly lis he blunders abnut amons .the'furniture. He.seems lo be feeling his way'through blur of ternu; and names, .strugs'lnji j with the t-liff, reluctant -clay of Inn- In. wlilchvitll thought is Im- lu gL'l the wrong words out o' It and to find the words tc j hold the triu; mould uf aenac. "This bii; .iiKiu is he whom dealer: In liilei'ary tags never weary" oJ tUMiying I'veryhmly pise by paradoxo'r.' and perpetually con- of 'brilliaiiLT.' A L Loud, und you will sci- thai UK- process by which ilii'iic and these brilliances I evolved is gums on before you, Tliey HIV being under youi very i-ye. '1'liof.i- -spcmine llghtnlns fliislH's of in tuition arc laboriously doubt In .Mr. P.obertson'H ca.so it 1ms'lushlnncd 0111 oi sucli raw material a; mellon-crl his and beliefs. Mr. is a sturdy Seols- I Ucwevi clth llin ehnracterl.stlca of llft .yon ninnner you also see- you iiiiiKl see, still further, ynnr the Mr. Higgar firat icgs to Eay, Is Hums, and one "F. E..'T j rnrner jip.d r-cpin inseparnhle; jntcly loundtd tin- "Krcf- J, coimlry must liiiinv affixed [lift title; and Lord OT.rlen will other IE Smilh. Mr. Ti-ji'ti'mt an rvc-n hetttr in.spirnlion came lo which he edited ior ii couple of I ,hv. "fiit'co don't turn up to Hint never be able to shakr off the nnme "Tom Is "T. W.." UIP. .vho distinguished Throiishoul ihls jtcr-od Jir. llobprt-i'j Ol mctn- AfT :iui which the Ka- Mr. Thome of WcH Ham la "Will! ihs llrothcrs GiilnncsE naming "nc UUIN 1KAL.1 j in rrcoffiiitlon of lhc skill J .Mr. Crcoks. boloved by "Giihinfiss nntl the other "Guln- story of. fi-nisn's first conlrr.ct l-ncklr-F wllli wnlcb they evcrvliody. In "PHI Mr. Row- j ness npproprlntc -ihonhl provo a warning to ;ill llioso I 50111 uses who are burniiijT lo upon Iho stasc or openiUr jilaH'oi-m, and ani pi'oitarcil to nirrce in any rondltlon In order th.it Micir may tie fulfilled. When the famous tenor w.i.i a pupil of Verglne. the Inttor he would never "U'eil, (hat may Ito yuiir francs a month, and only on ixuulhloi; >JC tho MSI, hut I thnt Crirugo a a'H'lrlKv lllfl' to pnr him 23 per crm. of lilfl PftrnliiF.. for five yearfi of DANGER ANYWHERE 1 lo rnnki: mi thnl ''wllcro In Wmi, 'llu fully In Vo Iho followini; limy-lipini; n I nf Hi; invn, Versinc to iraln Him fnr M opci-ntlc Maw. J.iUlc did Cjirnnj predate the fnet ili.il ho wna lilr.iuoh" to nnolhor Shyloclt who, tile tlmo tlnu Hi.- fii.KT'.'-' rii'Dt ci'.KMKi'Jncni. no nhvayu hum] to rewrite) 5 nlci lliirin, Wlnlni' or I'O IIKO lifhlij .ivlnrml V W'W- "L mill] C'llimilo, s'mi llfiy 111 frujil IK.II.-I, Hl'1-1 lo fntillnh it, iiiml hTOIIj) limy wiiifl ut iila ftiiiil OiJ'ii.'io .i him Iho c'Giii-.-.Lr.'t Vcrfffno; viil li.ivc to work I'iir nldiil'ili'.: J'LMl ni yniij- Ufc. Voiii1 BO Mint y.Hj win D.--..V ID pay hi'.v. on five yenr.i of -nclnni Ih.i.. lnl Tliio, Curuau tvulilil w- son's mc-ntal maiio-np cxiilliitod illtlcl "'llk'h in compromise, nnd he condiiflotl his IK iviviiipcil.' Irtic-lhoushl camimlgn will! Ilio Sinn- _ !.i "Jimmy Colcn-cl j pah' of ilctlr.lilonp uat soul. IKlbUib iO DR, VOGT Sccly Is "Jm-Ii Mr. H. J. Ten I------------------------------------ _ _ _ politics did nol find him- i the Jlonclolasohn Choir were nnnt Is .Tnok .-.ncl Sir. Bclt In sympathy wllli either of HIP W ijoslon SMSnn ncard 'KViiil :md ivhen ninny atorlcs o[ lhi> royiil roc'-ntton he conu-sied Xorthnnipton In lEHi lie j Thore Is a lilt's na nn Imlcpendm Inn .-omrillmoni howvor' tn Dr' Voiri Aftor ii Icctiirlnp ovcrl'oolicd. A, rcaati i--- "Jncl: Peart-" Mr. T. O'Connor in, na he one "T. wlih frlcnjg and I'r.y with and Mr. nr.rroiin to every There- wp.r; u plethora oC f( Ihariln rrsmvlclt, C'nnvlif1 el wlion MT. njipcairii Ihe sec-no, mul fnn1 to !iivn -iViln Charlie." mainly 1..-- r.-.HM- c.riUoiy IF. of IL dlumnl Mr. Tio.iiy In nr It tl-.c Unitcil States .-mil !i Alricu nllsl :vz in ol'fh'r 10 InveRLlkaLo mirr- Sli- Th: Wl.ll.u.. I', wn.ll.l HI' i .Mi.'li.'fl' IOH10 I Juiiii, U'ouiil I'mi Illu- Iliu or "lllu fhoinc trip in Ihe dln- Thf! mcmlic-rs n[ Itic choir iinil riiEhpil into ilio din- Mi. Clinr.ihorhiln'a lurlCf nt one lirr.-.ir.'nt -Mr. HohcrL'oii lo ii lsil.lv prf-Wtil over Uv iiv' '.in.. Iront. lor tho Intlpr in a Uc-ci Free j holv. uiul liiis :l very lucid nmi <-f- iljs --'live DMIform- Ptylr. A.I iniyli! all This .Mr. ili'lioi'Lion rclumcil is HP nicniher fnr iho TynpsUle. ho h.m .-nrrfpcled In le- 'In) ol' "iluicnls io tho lime. -ncliviljcn. ono mlslil ".'.iinli'in iTinnnni-iLi......Fin- "The Flillncy or ninl "Tr.'ulp nnd Tin Hi-. Uu Hit of bnnks Lhnl I 'i-'. (i 1 ;