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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "TEDDY ROOSEVELT PAID SHORT VISIT TO CANADA One of Most Interesting M Well as Most Forceful Men of Versatile. DclirfilfuHy Human, and a Fiehtfr From Drop of Hie Hat. A. WARHUHTON'. TlIEOnOUK Is one of the- most Interesting well as one of the most forceful men living In Ihe world. The public KffLcEs lie lua hcU Include: Member lime. After Ibey had spne Sir. Bur- roughs remarked- "IL 'was "gnod 6 you, Mr Frraldcnl, to trcal those men so cordially and malic them Ice- so much nl Eiiii Rooscvcll. "They arc fine fcllowr nnd-1-llke them; 1 lie a dt splcablc cuss If I Anv man who tnkrs olhtr men for wlial Ihe-y reially are, pnyins bu scanl atlention to IKc accident o blrllr'or wealth, but swing deep" ellscovcring; cold where, oliicrs onl: 5CO Iho roush Irresular suriac which covers It, is sure lo find hi way to the heart of And i' "Mln all his success he still keen _ friendly bearirp. he Is sure I nd friends everywhere. In noose -It wo havo oil ot this and mor r we liavo a man who, whlla fin nas remlerecl notable service his Country n.ld to the world antl ho, no longer In public lite. Id nil" conspicuous anil leader f imWfc thonshl. A LONG WAJT OHO nKADlNO Is thu first Jew lo hold tho post of I-ord Chief Jus- if In Drllnln. Ills specially has lys hecn financial work. He has a emory as lenaclous as r.it-lr.np jr (acts-and figures.-- A. frter.d of [3 once declared cnnfllnftly Iti'al ho lends Ills leisure lime rcadlns favor- c passages .from railwny lime- Dr. H. PvWliidden. a Mm Type Too in Can- adian Politics. .HEN Lhe- Unionists of Uran-i doh. Manitoba, pf-rsuaded Ur. H. P. Whlddcn to be- come Ihc rnsion cnnditlaio for the Dominion House they secured a mm of-a lyps that teMom mixes In poli- litE. Dr. is an ordained Banllst mlnltLer, biU he predident-oE jjmnaon uontge, nn lualionlst of coniinenlal reputa- tion, and also the recognized leader or llic liantiEts of" Western Canada. Should he be' ns he will, for there-'is no'citizen oi.Urar.- don hfcld In liishcr regard .than he, Ihc Canadion Parliament will-be Ihc presence. Not only j lias he oratorical poivcrs of no mean order, Lut his finely trained antl-ivcll j balanced mind, tose'her his high idcaiism, will be of v.itue In Ottawa, where Loo often ttic patwl wiii'ijnmmcr anJ the slippery j opportunist linvc bctn Loo much liollcy of DclciiESC wlilch Icl to the evidence. lie. cr.n ihink slraSghl, crisis or I90j'over Tangier, anrl he (and he c'o alraight no, mailer never censed lo Ihc former what "the TheUo'h an irflsn iliTiisl-T for havinj; adopted he uoe's not liclJ aloof policy v.-luch led Inwnrd a', from liic conimnn people, for lie IE a time when. France was tolr.liy un- ;on? oC.thcm nnd them, rcauy for tlio on the When returning to five other he ntvt.r Jycnrs ago to hcrome Liie henct cf ivith or ths Callliinx idt.i. v.-hlch woiiUl have mnJc Trance a irer of a Cc7mnn-conjrol- Hrandon Collccc he mculc emblc cohsid- Toronto, ivnrl: In Monlen, campaign. lie has hcen EBV- nttcn years nt the head of the Cen- r.il school of Chatham, and for four cars before tliaL was principal at YnHacchurg. Ho vras nominated to iupport Union Government at a lime vhen lots of shrewd people imagined liaL there wouldn't, be any Union Government lo support, lie had faith u Ihe'perMnaciLy oT Sir Robert Ilor- GCn. and In the perspicacity ol certain Liberals who ive.ro Lhcn uncertain (luanlltlcs In the public mlml; nnd he plunged inlo Iho uncliarttd waters of rt non-partisan election because R seemed his hounden duty so Lo (lo, Mayor Kcrr having found those wat- ers unscasonahly chilly. 5Ir. Plewes Is not. a politician in the mechanical scase of the word- He lg a Canadian, lover" of Canada'. Practically every year his school has raised his salary a-hundred dollars. An Outstanding Teacher OE Is on the Provincial Advisory Committee which keeps Dr. Lcath slraEcht nnd helps Dr. Pync lo bo v.lse. He has inaupTimted a day and night Industrial department, which, in effect, is Ihe only technical school in Qntarlc lhal IE affiliated wilh a Public school, Instead of nllli Ilie school. To sec him conduct ----------tiic of eight hundred young- whioh nil that can he housed In the building which Is the chief ornament of the heart of Chat- ham, Is understand IIOTV scholastic can pervade a place and Major-Ger.cTal Allcnby QEX. SIR EDMUXD ALLGXDY, IC.C'.D., whe Is now sweeping Hit Turks hcforc him in Palestine, v.-hc-rn. his talents as a cavalry leader pet a Tar yrealer scope thin they do at llio moment In the west, lias rcccuily been decorated liy the French Gsncr- al Baillnrd joumeyinc; to Ismnilia lo perform Ihc ccremonv. General Al- Icnby bad a very distinguished record.. the western front, anil commaim- HID cnvnlry ..cotps of -tlie Contemptlblcs" in 191-1. ire SRW all iis early rcrvlrc In the hlch is also General Neil Ifais's ohl rcslmcnl, and he at one time com- manded the 5lh H. c. mm A RUN OFftftffl Toronto Unionist Candi- dale Deserves Well of the Electors. prarlunllon IronJ (he Toronto inslilu- and then Gait as pas- ter of the church. While prenchine there he Iccturctl In at McMaslcr, ami l led to his monetary wcrif'lrc. called West asain lo be pro- c p.islor oT Iho lead'ni; of Knglish in Uramlon College. IfnptkSl church Mm who do wr.o arc ready thai they mny serve better, are all In Dayton, Ohio, ihln-.i lilie that, to" do with lesa The Supreme-Critic B mnn Clemcnceiu Is not a chauvinist, hut since Germany j loo rarc in our public life. Those who know Dr. vhilddcn best say that he came lhal his boys and girls Jie hns a Cull ns And since ic war bcpan he has often is delight that he came back to his .rcl once hatl occasion lo TsrlSt, Slcphen's, end mnrchcd hold- y Ihronjtti the Palflcc T.iM. He aiic- ccdctl (n RctMng; past n duly. hownvcr. detfcled him second or Iwu l.ilcr, and, overlnk- iB Mm, confronted him wilh Ihc ucsllon: "Exciist'rr..'; clr.bnl you memberr "Xol yet." the ro- ily, -'bill. I nm ffolng fo be soon." "I IOPO will., sir." fluid Ilia police- man; meaiiwhllc, would rnlnd frolng relink Ihe olhe'r Wfl fhftt tKi) for- mer Mr. KiiTus Isaacs, ITTC years. CfJKDIT SX8T THE7J. A NICE tiling lloTialre la tne'anxlctr of all the irerctiints to sell ytra crcdll. forced Ihc'lnsl war upon France no Frenchman has more consistent- ly, more toughl .agalnal Germany, llcyond all else, "Clcm'cn-' cc.iu has been the critic of this war. Again And again his fearless voice has hcen raised against mlsmkes nnd ngnlnst blunders. Again anil sixain upscl Jllnlstcrs and over- urned polltLclans whose policies led o dtfcat. The French army owes t to him (hat Hie hospital service f 1'rancc lias been reorganized. Day iflcr dny In his newspaper lie has hundcrcrt ngalnst nhuscs until those heeded liln warning or :cll hecause. they refused lo listen to ilm. Mas'er of the moat destructive phrase, the most terrJblc of all crit- ics of Ills Lime, Clcmenrenn Is equal- ly mtisler of nn winch (s jtot ripstrncttrc, IKs nddress of wel- come lo DIG flr.it Urittah JMrli.Trncnt ary detegallon which came to France after Iho beginning of inc wnr wll cnfluro os an example of French do- quence. Ona mar wonder -whether It wil not he n loss to the Allied cause Ihn tho ablest nnd most diBllnEulshct nllled Critic ahonlcl pass from Ihe Op position to Iho Government. Yrt n years Mayoralty chair Toronlo nls ;vrhclher Jn re- ceiving Ocruta- lions, or In re.- Puur, uiu> of the Sm made a i: CHAHLTSS D, WALCOTT, jneirly like some of the organisms of mithsonian Institute, has discovery near .Field, l.C., u-hlch Is of world-wi rinca to sclcnllals. He nas discovered osslls ye'ar.i old, relics ot arly ages Ihnil may explode Ihc Dar- vlnlnn theory of evolullon. 1'rof. Walcott has been camped a rlion of the summer season a Tew mllca from KJcM, on the summit of Field mountain. He hia discovered a stratification Un mllljon years old. IL contains remarkable fossils, llah and other form-? of former Ufa which arc M well prcacrvcfl thai Ihcy arc almost lifelike. As ho pula are ao well preserved that H la pos- lo lo tell jiisl what kind of food Ihcy ate Jusl before bvrled In Ihe moid ao long part of -llie tllarovth-yig tlinl'lhe fossils which Iho baa foimii arc to La-day lhal Ihclr discovery eccms lo he another hnacli lo the cvolullon- iry doctrine reference Lo animal Ife. The foimalion said by Prol, Wnl- colt to the only one of Us kind n the world, lla discovery will prob- ably brir.s sclentlsls from all Iho vorld lo FJclrtj ns he has rpportcd the nlECovcry lo Lhc Smithsonian Jnsll Ullc. Prof. "Walcott Is still In the mcun but will re! urn lo his home In the Eastern Stales soon wilh a bulk of data regarJlnB this formallon, The age of this formation, nccord- ff (o sclontlEls, or ralher Lhe period of tta formnlion, waa In the period o Iho world when ttin of the ocean boltom hnd Just to turn lntnlil for. Off and on the hoard has purchase prices which have otnlled about two hundred dollars Thlrly-five hundred dollars' worth of pictures have bought by Ihe school IhcU, the money coming from various elunls tn which the scholars worked like Ona schu fair raised .a thousand dollorj. rOU NBVEfl UAX TELL. NB cAn'l what Is In ma and i mlDct pie by the looks. POLITICAL STRIFE. pOLITlCAL strife lia't very fa from famous central one Bald war wiV ling" aldermen, was almost monumental. LJut deal more lo him an mere cheerfulness. Ho Is hanl- hlndly-hear led, practical who has filled various difficult bs with great credit to himself and 1th great usefulness to this hla na- ve city. For sixty years ago he was bor.i i like EO many o'her men In Cnbbagctown, lie was ducated In the local schools here, Etartcd his press career by earning1 Lhc Lrado.of a. compositor ji the Torivito Globe. He was fore- man of the composing room of.the Ipal reporter ten years later, Toronto News In 1S83, munl- cdllor In another couple of C-4ra thereafter. Then he purchased in Interest In tho St. Thomas Jour- al, guoMqucntTy rejolnlitg the To- ronto'News ns editorial writer, anil ulLlmatelV purchasing Lhe Sentinel. Hk CornU CHOUGH Ills name- doss not be- gin wlili Tre, Pol, or Pen, he (s yet of Cornijh origin, and rery prouj of the facU Bvor alnco tho begin; of tho war he has evinced thd csl and moil patriotic concern in the national cause. himself has btcn quite n "nation builder.' For his Interest In boys and young fncn has been of Incalculable benefit to the communlly. TI1K HORSELESS SRATfD. QOMB mtn seem to havt Vlio hom ins btdnd o( ;