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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JOHNWANAMAKER MERCHANT PRINCE an Eleven-Hour Writes Signed Editorial Daily lor His Advertising John lieals with1 a iTfit o.Ur- l.rise :mJ vrd-J ifccin latvvAral-ly MS. Having nrli'vveu tLIs tuJ he still ucliiv. to ilnly work. It is that he itt "Ht-rt.-nl 1'rincc of -writes O. li. ?-U- cauley lit !ht N-ITV York dun. wortUay Is not limited lu hi.urs l.e s-i-cnOs in suii-.' offk-rs ou tlsc fi'ver.tb lloor cl MJ ThHsdelprilj rsl.-.UIfi-tr.vnL He vrorks from lii'ic- he iili Vt.l in Ihc utiiil he returi.s 31 nisbl for a rest. In ca (Srivlr-jj rl-roi'i-h tunnels, tiv- la constantly working. nriirfr lnjs x educed tslij to a Ecltitw. TvrV.iijis jnorc than any man Vnittd John has filiX'-ctl- :n P5luMl5hlns- the value of honest la ic mint 5 to read ia 17 public- For _ tlio reason tr.iu he was a tV'-tl ha blazea" tne ti.a'rfET has set tLe patUrn Cor treat merchants thrcuyhoiit iho country. Dsily Editorial AS an cx-imple or ihe iTupoiiir-c? lir. Wajiaisi-.Ticr to this department" ef it U tor'al." appearing diily among ifce r annouueesuents, is almost invariably vrrl lien" lief ore he sets foot Reside In the morn Ins- These :_ even, and cor.deuseJ charar lluifs tbey'nre composed in his he .and usually oa antl ends ot pa Often he vritts'thtm en route to his i and if Le lc have a red V, envelope about him he uzez that as a background lor the statement-to t to the buying public c-n the nest day, H? .The-son of a bricfc mailer, John first: buElnefa erce "was "uirnins and about the'yard. "Ha was _ tiMprt oC children, and e-irly f'fTIn fite boyhood waJ obliged tt> give up CHAMBERLAIN'S FAVORITE POEMS Mostly of a Popular Did Not Glean Quotations From ih.1 Classics. THE PROFESSIONAL HEAD OF THE BRITISH NAVY VICE-ADMIRAL H.R.H. VIUXCE LOUIS.OP-UATTENBEnU'KCCntly put a on these vfco claim Uiat a-larsc pEofessIoaal army Is not a Ly neither serrice could dtepense with the other; that 'here f.o more foolish or mischievous statompnt that of people tvho-wenr cbtyut faying: war tlic fleet nlonv Is qutie enough to Jitep anylKMiy ccminsr anywhere ihc'stiCKs" ol Ih'.s and lliat the flt2vt atone could not .do it. .A pufficlcntly tmincd professional army in tiese islands at all limes was as as the utter :-.rm of first Sea" Lord In is a BOH of Prince AUxar.der of was and entered the navy. So belief lu the ur.nork-a! virtues uf poetry [ham Mr, Jos-.'yh tor-lain hit-s A for pec try, and H tv-is favuiitv cvt-n u-s a sin AH boy, ho attended the JltiU In Camborwcll Urove which wits kfpt by ihe iHsses 1'ace. Tno famous once ccn- tw a friend thai ill tfu "iis po'.UK'fil he iiviilc a pmctice of 'jotiing down In a. incnioranJuin-l'OC'k little vcrees ho cajiip across vhich Ihought wtght l-e ueeful lo in his speeches. ih's llttio merii-1 urandum-hooli" is still In existence, it Is difficult to say, lml ;i iscrural of Mr. Chatubc-rl.Uu's speeches dur- his strenuous reveals many tnil-rts I Inp (ac t s con cern his favor I to the latp Sir yastmasur in the urt of (imitation. surli iwvn as Ohdstcne. Cannlr-, and reel who wore fonJ tlirir Homer." YlrgiV- antl Horace in public. Mr. iounrt ln- siilnition In more verse. Humorous Quotations AT the Mme Uiiie. Mr. Chainbor- Inin was r.ut averse to hcu Tapers" furiils'hfd him ivllh inanv llncF. One cf liis favorite lailona "In -.hU .t'.trli days was- the folio wins: The world's a. Ureffle baa place for our sins, nllus Is critters abou with tons? "pinf, the globe we'ie Lluiv up with such provta' there'i iiuthlti' insifle t bad air. "Anotiic-r favorite. v.-Mc'a -.vas posed to be extrar-tca I.'om "I ivos: There ain't no label on a IIMU I'd' read. An' if tbeni u-cs I'd io this uufaiHn' A he iaea. JOHN BURRS IS -A SIMPLE LIVER President of Britain's Board of Trade 1: llie Son of a WaJioiwomaii. T Iti: auR JLOt kn iil iiLVClilll'K IhC IMS' cfstlon liy Mr. .lifiuiUi for ;i k-lubir iillla'Ji-l! th-J l.IU'Ril uriil loiter '.it- tcntlon oiraln to thy rciirosriit.iUvo of tbe working I.LWOS who slla in Lhilflnct fomu-lls. Mr. Jolni Ho is lliu llrjt uiliikll- 'tfil tu Iho inner I'ounclls ul DowiJrtit Ktroct- l-.i- uo scbool to tarn his otrn way .In life.. Jlis first Job ivas la a publishing ho.uie in rbitkiJelphEa; hla wfts--? a'.week.' "Then he found a piac-i ic a riplhlng.itorft at a ircek.. From there he to Tower 3Ial1, fw famous clothing houne of Col. >Jtn- rc-tl" Tn.ISSl this hoy. "John" bad lij' careful to save "With his Nathan tindpr the firm name of (e. he tticn heijan business for himself. Their smaH -KSS at Sixth and >Iarkel EUeet5, PhHadtlphIi% orj the site of what xraE'onct! the horr.e of the'Immortal i; (Jrst daj'a raits amounted to tht Of The first yccr's sales gate! i Hk 11-Hoar Day the of Mr. maierirnust bfr up in thi tens of 1C Is estimated that duilr.ij entire husincs; rkrtt-r Mr, "Wansimaker distritnjted'Into of tie American puUtc njcrchar.dise learning haK a billion Ooitars in value- Ytt wHb all there ni.d Working dllltjeolSj day from ths moniltig until T iu Ihe cvcrrtnki aH th- en- t, anil strength younK man with alVlilf lurn. lutratloii >ir. founrt-time to Income a public ztivant la anoth'.r ihfr putfllo's mercantile four trial ho lie-Id the follo of Intro- ilnced' into the. 1 it's the lotterj-, enlarging Sicn deUvcry ai.d fiig rural deliyerr o' KT ri'.-r- Kanlnd thft. entire postal rtrvlcft of Pmclfla Slope, anci largely In- creasM mfttllnfi In re- note wctfons of the country. He waa in carnwt advocate for tietttr roads to He championed poslai ttlcgrorih and A) saving depositories. ihe roortwcnl for a coinprchensive parcel post .Some of of hla suite on were Irn'tisported tolo frorn MtUbitrlB tto I music room, to which he Is tn the habit Of reiiring Tor extreme privacy, .haF a E veals the legfirid around vrhich Iltch- J tird Wapner constructed "his itnpiortal ppera c-f Tristan ar.d A Source of. InspIraUon. OCCUPYING another pnrt of the ln- st-renth Iloor is a rrl- vate "arl Hero tiro colossal life worlc of HlhalyMuiikaMy, "Christ Kefore Pil- and '-The he sc-en-i Xo price has ever been placed u'pnn these They are" hut .fur" sale. Uic' Ersat" nier- i.-lmnt this ijr.prtsslve room nlone, for. half an hour, or jiiora.'.'Who can In- ht receives for Ills dally "taBkJi from .-solitary visits further ciaraple oi-vhe poet residing in ;Ke merchant, ttic writer privileged to present a r.-jmbcr of cptgruma and culled from Mr. TVasamafcer's ilaily tnebinly ir.ust have vision s: pat years of strength and back of It to thlnss toward the lie si." -I Ihavc.alfiraya had a Lroora In my "A great -or a stors must (iu I-'D A ml great things and lit! fclgBef Eirvicc and ctvcr tof> bis to correct It3 are lint the mete automata of business, VTe arc ir.on and Tromcn o-Jt heart and hand to ir.ake e.vfer ar.-l to mal-.o the T.-orld happier." In, all avound'anil Josllce In every parL" ALSO A PROFESSIONAL W DOCICSTApER. the min- strel, .vas introduced recently to a man who owned ti" pUict In'Nrw ENGLAND TO RUN BRITISH RAILROAD TTEXHY TJIOKNTOX, his wife, ami liieir two.chiidrcn', -Ariiui Tliorn. J" Ion nnJ Janips W. Thorntoii. almnril HID SS. LuslUnia. jtisi 1'ufcri- she! fallcfl for Knsliiml. Mr. Thornton, ivhusc recent iilipolnlmenl- as 'Eoncnil of iho Great Eastern Hnilv.-ay in cyohwt a uordy the Atlantic. vvJirn it wds Ktld his Eelicllcn wns 'Cafjio .a at capalilc tncn. Mid lie pxpccteJ lu. acvote.his cr.liru cnirsipi for seveni! niomhs to r. study of ths ni order loTamlltnrirt with llKJSf ilet.llii, or -Euslish ruilroailujs wWcli Jlffcr ladlcaLly American L '-Lots of eood fishing u i own a farm up.the White i v.-ay." Gcciil erietl the othf-r. -...kufiadiicany, Mr Douk- sthilc-r. I Wfcot out' oiie morning re-- ceritly ani3 seventeen trout for breakfast, Gol 'eiti in a halt hour'a timo, too, had at 1he "cottage nr.U, they quite "GkO'-l met you.-sir." staiicr. "IiolJlnR1 !-5pi; Hlj Larid irlth a look of a -profes- sional myaett." "A "No." Tvas ttc narrator." M1 WINSTON'S JOKE R. VTIXSTOX loves his jjke, although people who don't know him him as a vtry seilous- "youns' At a dinner ijariy at his touse the other he talkcJ r.f du-arf several of which do- coratcn the dining title instead ot DrfeatJnouehts. Appaicr.lly Hie First Lcrd has rnads a stuily of thess fioral judging by his learned en how difficult'tfcey Trere to rear, and now "terribly they were to buy. Tiion suddenly he lock up ono of tho dwarf trct-s and turntfl it rtovrn. "This one, h? sula, he examined the latel f.tuck undc-r the "comes from __-s atorc-s, and costs Ihree- ind-r.Enc-" Then cverybwly laughed, and Mr. Churchill's rcjiuiatEon ws a jiurveyor of firy humor went up one t hundred per cent, Lawyers Not So Black As Painted Engineering's A perusal, however, that, cn- tcrtalninR iror'K fall.i to r.ivtil UitiC lines, nnd can only conic- lo corclusioii that Mr. Charnhcrlain cc- cssi'jnaKy supplied h'mEeLC nls vrn pot-tlcal Made Use cf Pinafore N on- cccasion Mr. Chauibc-rJclr. J made Lie of "Pir.aforc" in the star.aai prcatly to his credit, Although ho hlmseJf ha? taiC it, UK 13 an Englishman. 1 And In spit? of'nlE To bc'.ons to other FIs rcma'.Tia an Engllshninn. And in ut Olateow Mr. having jotted nown these lines from used thcr-i with effect In his speech In that elly: 'Tis hardly In a, body's povmt To Icf-'p at from bfcinff tour To L.t how things Are chirua. A often tm- lpyed In Mr. Chamber-Tain's Imptilal was: BrLUln's myriad voiroa rail: Knns be tuch and ill Jnto one Oni witli heart ar :1 j-.x-ul, One life, y.-ic flat', ono fled, unu throne. GENERAL VILLA AND HIS GASOLINE CHARGER Els %'ar-oToon cf the hero and man f.f Ir.c wLoap Im aMoU Mm ITI from Torrton, (hf'lr I-i-t rtlrotisTn.M. Is ft mMorl-l In ihe true M flirt Of the word. of mo'dr-ririvtn metliod of tranfijfor.- IMltiti over tutd on since Iho mtin- cry or rnnrj.'lit has fcnif-ln'itfrl. cbarttcr for iho line' r'h'a'rgcr, "which oovf-rs 'Iht wiih u.nldiiy of (hn rskc-l His i-r.rlir'Ilty for til" lo the he had with intch duir- Uurlrfi tilo l-.-iinnfu-rir.i; r-nay at Tcrcton, Ills irtotorcyclo f ourt- Trinity College, .on Queen street west, for Ir.slancr, was de- signed by lilm und erfcclfeJ under his direction. He waa Ibc first iwesi- rtcnt of the Toronto Knglrcers Club, in !Sf9. The last of the ir.coroor- ntors of the noted institution In ques- who was (ncidtntiiHy the real "Origfnalor anrt Father of the known oa KSr FU-mlr.c, is Ihc sole sur- vivor of the original half-itozcn. He has ssipportcd it and sought to ends In view; to-day, in his hor.t-rtA cIJ age, he Is rtl.ll naive In Ms mlcrcal in nil that con- cerns it. Sir SaTidfnnl-ta a noterl Itni-enMIsL He bcchmo Chancellor of'Queen's University; Kingston, -in JSS9 nnd held lint tinuously Elr.ce. In JS57 he was rlccted to tU preal'lcncy of tne Royal SocicEv ol C'anr.d.i, he it lu know soitiellilnt; lit.' the HCUKO ut "for isiy inotljt-r wiia lit tost I- a KooJ insibEp. A StoLsman by ivirentajfe. his lalhtr, Ak-xamUr Jil.i mother frcru .It.Tdion. John was Lorn in Ixjiidoii fifiy-sK Ago. His M-lioul at liailorsca very Al Ita iigoof Irn IIP employed at I'rlct'rf cattdtu factory; yt-.irs Liter V.u it iwKi'-l'oy: hut-sciueutly lio found it t'lanj ;is ;i rivel-hul at hall; at fourCct-ti In.1 was tip- prftillcoil us an fjigiuver :it hank- Thin trade Jie follou'ctl. Ho tvbckod al It In various parts of England, on lorinl .ship, for n year en the 'tleltii of "'the Ileforo llu-ii. :it of twcntv- lie uurricu to thf of a. IK- :ui ordi- nary mechatjleal at Ilo.-'a when lie ranie notnl ;is .1 lea-ler of tlio poof and Hie out-of-work- Open-Air Orator AS .a Soelalbt. an nKlulor, n.ri orator, LI chami-lon of free of the rlslit of ;i It-adcr in vivii; reform aliJ an .cnouiy-of Corruption arid private utoiioiioly, the won lii-s plants In tin; A Jntinv. u power- fur voice. A striking prent na- tural iioxvcrs l-y reading, a jilow of romance renJOrM him :m Ho stoOLl as a Sn- tandldulc In Nottingham in SS5, bofort.- K-a'chins Par- lament serve u public Ull'i in Lonjloii. The efforts lie becati atnotig- the laborers >t widen- iISS vicus resounded" from lha Jock hi 3SSC. vrlicn lie v.-as eSmtKul with conspiracy! wfcHi iHtcriiirf llous iiins.niniJitory liin- ;t-; next hv was iinprlEomtl for leading rush on aie on lit IbS'J lie was L-Scctcd to County Coun- cil, iiml the -j-nma yi-ar saw '.'Iho onilor of Tower JHH" conducting ll.o K.C.M.O. in JSP lit made Kreattsl hid for fama as cliiet. en- gineer during the 1'acifLc Unilway rorafruc'tioh, -overcoming over Of milts o) absolutely Icrrilory ivhlth ir.otl'-rn ioc.-ilon and .'ninslrwtwfs know .nolhiny About. Members cf his iirofession lake off different fr.o'm _ j training ouyht to'ic'ach In the first place, calmly to.Bl'nly j all.the only lha tell In his own-favor, Vjt -also thcrfActs that loll mjalnfiUthc view which- ho-ls convinced, tlio right thc tlic R6con.d place, It Is his business to an- tlcinatn Iho .way In.whkVlne ami- 'incnt in ay be put from nnolhcr point of view anil lo welch It nrid jinltfo It. -The which popular "not f'i ork nnd has ntudied the tacit l be a l oria, him, If" he ftniTu the urgurncnt him a trut will 'CAVQ win fettle, will raise, will ad- mit. will Undraw, will II Is when he Mm- sclf thiit, rn filler niay lio doubtful anfl fllllitult, Mpon tire whole the srtriiincnt will prove thai h'.n case is riyhl. find him wLUi his bach to the wall (iicMIny till is blue. nlflho tlcj r A (_T ware-leinarJHd.not IOJIR that aittnts somt'.Lme.i of ad-.lcvfrintnt throuG" unforeseen y "An :-.ffaUe SKcnt of Ws nort aji- n Texan. record ho previously hfmse'.f ith. mighty fine nc- fir.rst In n-cknn you liny Hum anything "'Why ?nre, sirnncer; I buy them they Tictil, whether tijcy won! not.', let- iiifl felt yon n cvoiooetila" them. There's r.otn- cUc ivlll Lcncfit thmi so "Tile lookt-] r.l lljo JiRC-nt y, si n nf( r' ho, 'I !rm hoyi 't "cd no cyelu- Ijcdia They protracted r.nd strike lot the 'Mocker's a striko which rcsuHod In the proatcst vk-iyry.tvc-r won for iingkille-J labor. The' Lon- don County Council Rave Mr. Uurna a opiiorxunity for the em- ifloyment cf hta rrfonniiiK zeal. In 1S32 Jlr. Uurni '-was elected Id I an member for tho proviiliiiK him with .income, small, hut" MifficitTit. Ha entered the 3 louse of WilJ, rts a blK IJriton-. and a J.onfloner. raring for tlio Ohancor cxnlleil in tblt MIHaii r-jiiioliktl I rn verse, nnd Hint Sihaljwpvre filorUieii in I "lay." -Tim mentor for Pallor- sr-a IMir.Aclf iui :i Epokes- tiian'foi' Jxjntlon Is l-i Kpc-cchW litluf; innrkait- Uy literary alhiHivt-ntss V.--11 hs by fluency and force ,inj hy look coin- cly little in Btniral U. te, hi; jifovrd jjil elOTHPitt nSf.ill-" nrlv of Unionist Adinlrktratibn Hi llic IS05-100S rofriniu, :unl wus fwor- :u; a Oouslily .vc of E.abor fcvfcrj; Uicrt i'-i.rly. Public Defined Aimo Itl3 admlaalon to Kir 1 Henry .CfttiiploII-HannoriMfin'.'i Prcslflcnt of the CowniiKiit n wlikh.litf l.cM unrlcr Mr- An-inltti unlll ro- ccntly, LriKiiiftrrvi] W P pqtnl ninifyfcl the ITonrJl "I'liUic wroio in hln first o'.3cUtin M a Cabinet "or fjh I not to fin ciisy for if.nnrnnt TlOr offici- ii iiilll J'Cl cortJs.lnlf.TV.-tl for Ihu. Kilt-CiJRcd In- lictvricn and fouf tf; hliriTKlf r-2t a goad cx- arr.ylo 111 rtlliRcucr. Un- trjlnccl and tiiico-i hf [irovril a :idir.lnislni' lor.