BRITISH EMPIRE: Parliament's Week: Jun. 8, 1925

House of Commons: ¶ Commander Locker-Lampson, Under Secretary for Home Affairs, was asked by an irate private member who was responsible for selecting Jacob Epstein's memorial to William H. Hudson, the naturalist, whose stone effigy in panel (TIME, June 1, ART) is situate in Hyde Park. Comdr. Lampson replied: "The First Commissioner of Public Works in the Labor Government [Rt. Hon. F. W. Jowett]." A Labor Member hastened to say that a large number of people thought the memorial was distinguished and appropriate. Several Conservatives thought otherwise. One: That all memorials likely...

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