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A "DRINKER OF WATER."

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A "DRINKER OF WATER." A statue to the late Sir Wilfrid Lawson, M.P., which has been erected in the Victoria Embank- ment Gardens was unveiled on Tuesday by Mr. Asquith. At a preliminary meeting in the Committee Room of Westminster Hall the Prime Minister paid a tribute to Sir Wilfrid Lawson. The pro- gress of the temperance. cause was largeiy due to his exertions, but he was no fanatic. "Among all the votaries of Bacchus there was no more genial soul, no merrier temper, no wittier tongue, than was to be found in this confirmed drinker of water." Yet his wit never wounded, never won him an enemy. Two Suffragettes, one with a megaphone, interrupted the unveiling ceremony, aid a leege toy balloon with "Votes for Women "on it was floated over the gardens.

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