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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta /�" ie,5if the greftt mltttajy powora, h!8.n�.me rematned; vntU lately, dulte lihltinvwn,ito tb.e :world � at iaiffee, He, is jjowf tharonly itao^arn cdiiwnafldcr with A, ren6wttf^:'a.strat�eist-.eflual to von j{oUiti�'SH 'ia hju genius Is attrtbu-tablo 'the'." ^Ioln":5�,'� cahipalgn which : b.ihqustt: Icintf;:p^r^llnand's legions from their fftTigg rfn- jbi|1 parts ot Bulgaria to 'mm ' ' � � - ��� � uilerrlng judffs >of'=capaidft3ii';litflvV�^^ solemnly concerned about the, affairs diet upon- Sav�f'v>--;;�tfek'ft^-iMnl'"?'H OI'^heir'GlftVSrpment. - For tKi�t 'pir-quantity .beStf; CiTh'e found cried eloquently "what single '"other himself asiiigTied to a mouastery in the name in -the record of nations, epitom-capacity of rsonganJaer of the Bulga- izes the . ruthless determination rian amiy. It was a region remote from iv'apol'eon 7' the railway, Imterseoted by carriage a waggish student cjulckly crammed roads. Simple fare, rough, quartfirs, and a megaphone into his mouth and re-no pay worth mentioning were Sa-voffs piled in stentorian tones: for three hard-WJPltlng years. Slowly, "Bonaparte." but surely, there emerged under his AN IRISH STAR-GAZER swilftly and shoot straight. H$ wms K'^" ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ..^^ do- next bidden to vitalize the .artll- "'o most popular Brit- lorir. The experience gainsd in this " ^ work made Savoff.'according t'o mill.  tury experts, the highest.. llvlnB au- ^"^t^'^.fVr " thority upon artillery equipment- To ""^ "^"'^"y '='-�ato much SavofflB Judgment l."!' due the..circumstance, that the. Biilgarian. artillery uses the Creiusot gun, instead ot the ICrupp. For'sevSrai'years It washls business to travel oVer Kurope niaking purchases of artillery- in Fwmoe, ' -G�ii>r^ttny, aind in England; iLargeiaumB were expended at his sole discretion. There has never, been a hint of scandal connecting his name TOlth.tha gross Irregularities :inviolVing:i!^;.toefore1the/di4-^^j : sis. ^Kesho^aa'ltsi value, atithe. deolri  ::sl,ve battie.oX Bark.^lCilSMo^^^^ � thg.^urklisli ailsndtd campaign to Miobaei Savoff. : S^aVff^ is thiB'selon Of a nativs ::^uU I gar)an family, in which the .traits of the : peasant, tlend' themselves oddiy: with � those ;of the,new nohlUtysuddenly created by .QwurB^dinand. ^ Although, the V rhero of the.Balkan^ Is toigWy educated from the standpoint of his profssslon. , 'and has 'traVelf^ and studjed in Bus-isslai.lynanee, and Germany, he ihas.rela-tlv9S wW till' the 9&U In Bastom Ru-meM*'f!HtS "4>l�fch�l�ie,. and -cling ;to', the: ;,v.. peasant' 9ostume whiles doing it; Prom ' the perio^d'of MB" tirst appoinbment to .:, 'the cadeti corps Savoff has been obliged f..-^j,^,"ttAjljg'\lnaii4)s-']B!a/. iThe frugality of .hi|^ year* ^Stamped ihablts of sim-pllfclty upon, hU;'. mode of life /which time has not; iSfl&ajSd. 'He still shaves .:.:-hImseIA,dailyi',eUlI'.j.ut)a down Ws own horae, stiUbrlghtenB his own sword. JJe .:. exhibits Hons-ot:the,-tendSjjcIes of tilie I: ,cai^d-plitylng,,:0r.ljife6tre-golng, Hp dsA-' :no^t waltz, ' jBult'; he^ c4n i�ho0t:with , ' Blesp l� hlB'biaiiic'etionvthOf'bare earth, v;:V Itils^sfaldittiat'ito:;thiBidayi'ihe �nas a ?; �'. feather .bed>'provooatlve ofinSo'mhia. Hs>p;ptuottSly..oh -dry biscuit - .' wfdiwatar-Mjien'.toS musti^and he taiows ^, how, to.dre^j^ywpvjn'd with.all.tha sklii tw^a ti'alfted ijubifr � t -Edticiitional Training In his'manner, nothing.oxpansive aboAit vu � - , . his countenance: 'Hq is' fo smile an* both Ireland and England rarely and td" laugh-nlit^fe't �.all. The ""i^r'^able tecl^kaHii^rck'h^^^^^ f?Bsoi\ of Astronomy at the Univer- ing ail � Inspired . commander, iHe air Ti, :bur!es^?himselt in detail; -up^iblo ito makojflire^-speeches. He' 'li��nlnentlyT�speobabl�''ln,hls domestic, life. � Ho. feels haipplesrtiipon his small faxmp. near .the c(eipital.. whore, he l^as a{ substantial ;j.]?\it plain iiovtepi.,: He .lives in; Sofia, /upon;.ft modest ^9n>ugbfj9.Te, Jhlo one:'luxury. beitag!a, motor, .car,.^'JUch he openatea himself. >-: Ha:' hot :�;t all ^jbookish or artlstio.iand-' Sald'.'Wiat ;he cannot telJ/onB;tUne:from/ai�oiher; lais salient trait Is an ironiWlll. ,Tie |iofty Innaglnatlon.-asorlbed/'to;r hlm-'.-by poetical eulogists. IS; said/to/exploi'tsit..: I ipalf chiefly/in/oa]cula;ti'onr.- of?f|g^tlng jtorco at his dispdea!,' Indeed, /the only ja.uthcntlc Utterance :ascrlh6dtBJ(|si6r: and thon. pulledjihlm oii^- It I't^ieyifound that he wasSOjeorge. is^ter,' Jifh^npt (inly left himij^ihis-ifat^but; l^i^i^ailhim to get ttSfeJ.v'fepoIiiloaV /o^p^^nerits areso obliging. One of thb; uiCoatures of the debatesMw th^e-.Houso:iof> (�f^c&moni is "my:good|f^i&&''/''u'itere'd' .jbyfthyieadBT of the Opposition to those Dii^iiie yis-a-vls'side. .He .never misses' ^jiijp^pdrtunity of using, it, as if it really jnattered .to an opponenliy.whetheir-the rapier'that pinked him was' thnl'st by j*�HB fowifttive and imprsBiiionfeble '^1 ' of his (boyhood Include a " 'brief Stay at ithftt Robert College In ''Odlistahtlnople' which has done So tauchi ' toippoduoo BhS Bulkarta of Ib-dfey. At 'tw^htyi-two he was a eadst in Russia, i^ter'hs wenit tp-a military acadarriy In Germany! By.the tijne he ettfterrged^ as aii'infantTJ: ofiiloer^P a?fl�i ^vo�, was grtfc, tacltui-n, ihafdwofklng, and a trifle ' diill and unprpnilsjng. Fron^ the first, hojvever, he dJlstlnguUlied himself for h^heisty. This seepis a reiqarlpable vir-tuo}n''mo&ern Bulgaria, where so many' ',qtd:iW;alsWliWt, '.^V . rema'irt i^i^S^v�''4�lft'�^^^ SVeh IKe hi8ih^t''o'rtlojala haa become a djU. >� Ii;ro,m,,,thIsf' is!s;Jit9,f Ipn':^Se.v^, thai .was ,th6, ogst^pi 'political'oandif""' lag .Pf'-jthifB^, verslly. In'ths^ der'.to expound iissues. Llkb.,^^al| b^'isd theyi^t �Sprtng of thop ,_____, ,- , sIonal|�%|i| s^t^^fli^'u^^'* �^l\ktby�pr^fessiohf he : has: fpUowed; a number/of!'cailUnga "from-a;gentleman of lelaure/.tO'th^.'trJ'; ihg/pafe.bfJjounialiam.M / city he''has v,been a. .resident' of!.(pipo-; gi?esslve. sWdards r;:and'..pubii6:-::'8plrFt.: Among othei',\'things,he..was ;;,iilstfu-' mental/in having'. theii.Ghildrjeii'STikid Society: formed, and , organl^iiig' ':;,the; Peterborough .BoaFd'ofTrade,'Of';WhIcH he/was secretary fop/several years./He lB.AiSo:onA;of'the fathers ifAthe'-Toyhg : Gonservativp;:; 0}ub;:-of,:;/p6terb'arough;' :wliicu^has ipewnane'nt '.quattertfMrt^^^^^^ Uf^e memberships Mr, Burnham. does' 'jioi i'�xactlj^ -care ./wh^tljer.v'psftpJe'-a�-*;i prbve Of his couifeo or fttbituda otiE'-lany' Jiuestion, sithSr oIVKs'oi*'pollUcaif-Ahd .thd :tlM;r!..,,.,,....^.,.. clr,QuMl^n^ l^bsM.'^^^^^^ Sr^ft silk-gloved or ilude.v ".'^^tt Geo^e Buia� has survived the �h'Seds o�^is opponents and the com'' ^iSte of his friends, which in pol -"^'"^ re sometimes the.ha;rd6r to swal-He is so self-contained that ox. feltso^euVeTtheWr to^wal-., is so seif-contAlned that ox- H^-aSsiffecrhlm less than most men. .'^hffhas^Cen him a. reputation for '..flVfftr'Vii tlis'i'^twljorfrfi ; ihrn a'li liu If > M imod Iho practlda of la^ but he "n, I 1 1 l � b� Hi uf po- 41i%'c6ldness of a clam.//Though it is slrange that the least emotional maji illJfihe Borden Cabinet. �;vis-Jie:'ivha. is rftb'si; capable of arousing thorn,.ivl-lis famous speech cn the: raval/cpr.tribu tlorf. on;December 19,;last..yea'r:' waa'jLn eWjsmplar: Of the effect:;of> a: judicious ^or^fowcal � glass of champagne /upon Kv^&iar and" worn workiars. ,/.^t i -'.,-.. . ^ J..... ^.....;'. �*,' A Packet of Surprises Pp'lHB Borden Cabiaet 'has /be'en. (i.'l5^i,j^ packet of surprlsesi.r :Fdster;'"the roV^S^t'mombar, is one otHhom:-.'Colon'ei jBam. Is-another. Both ;hava seemed to ;ta)c.^-.;;a:::dewillsh dellghW:m/deceiving l5(^iilartlmpresSIonSi : formisd*//ijiSfbre .haa'd,;.. While a Cablnet'Mlhlster i'a 'i'V iso/j^rmember, he'exhibits less of the :^WlItIes of the latter than the form'Ks iTJifiWS^Mevted that ho wbuldJsafelc studl-#^efse':in; 4 .;d:epartmaii4f/hi j'/iwt'o:;!^^^^ l^a?'''afe:;?iaw6iy/-;compo6adfcjbl4S^l�^^ ^ctlott.^randa, i^^oj^'''itiv':^0^^\ jl^/.Swhlch. l?ardly:v';a�ybd |^|p:inil>bijf:^yb$:5i^i^;^a^^ |nt,an'y:ii-;hi-sviseifi^ cirbVlt '' ITc'jMgPTlP^ 'HiP''/'A'i6'\^l(tfi'p^; fjSfJai.u '4.1 a f I III Foster is a-man,of action and his in interest in the world is a fact. He is worki'.ig With feverish haste because he has.much to accomplish. Too long has he b.orne the- stigma of being simply au orato'.'. Anybody can talk, even a parrot, he said to himself, and he "straightway, set/out to do things. But as an orator he is now best known for the present. The future will tell her own tale. : How He Got His Style , LJJS;- pungent.^style - in debat&i,/W,, hen there were, no elections':':'iupon local option or prohibition andf one,' as liable to be interrupted ' b'^: drunken wit. Thoso who knew'kiA' when he was younger, with face yet-paler and frame still leaner, standing' upon a platform in the light of oil lamp, tell tales of his active .pugnacity. "The .first woi ds I heard," says the: fielry Wfflshmati, Lord H6ri)ert ,Cherburg/ ih'i'his''autobiography, "were Daresii-thou ;_ door-suddenly,' an^i' charge ten or twelve of / them that fury, .that they ran awayl'' was.and-is Foster to the life. But al ways ready for a fight, when the zest has ppoled down ho - is a different- being.- i;fite throws/his man down;!and. th?i^ iplcka. him up. again. He runs .his :toanmifough"ana then, is morcoai'efuT: of arresting the blood-flow than of wiping/th'4/stains 'off; his � rapier. :Tliis makes him'all the more terrible, as an opponent. � . � d the.'Oareer gf~,F08ter needs exploMon. He", ia neither.' 'cold -aor. .calculating,,,,, is not .hard and harsh, , Jiideed,.he, 'Is, mfll&v)^ and; mild. ;iWhen'msnicompMffi that- Ini.deb'ate. ho'Is making.,a, fpp|: of; 'thto. 'he-' does: nosoioh.,, thing.v,1^^^ -knjt>i:^''ciulhg.-.the^^^ Hon. mwam, Ormsiy-Oore. HON. WM. ORMSBY-GORE THli! engagement ot the Hoil. William Ormsby-Gore to Lady Beat-rico Codil. the elder daughter of Lord and Lady Salieburj-, has aroused g^eat Interest in British politioal and social circles. Mr. Ormsby-Gore is the Unionist member for Denbl�h Boroughs, and the son and heir of Lord and Lady Harlech. Mr. O r m s b y -Gore Is _not yet 28 years of age, and l}as only been two years In- Parliament, but during that time he hjis managed to focus public attention on his activities. He Is one of the young Unionists who have been clamoring for a more forward policy In the Tory IJarty, and ho has not been backward in coming forward. He has m a d Q 'him self something of an authority on the iuW?ct',of Welsh DIsestablishrnent, and has been In- alliance with/ilia future, relatlvearrtho Cecils-in this battle. By his mac-riago Mr. Ormsby-Gore will be allied to the most Influential and exclusive wing of the Tory party, and he Is certain to make great headway In politics. A PROIVIOTER OF PEACE P a thorcugh understanding is not arrived at between England and Qermahy it will not be the fauK of Sir Thomas Barclay, who Is devoting all; his eaergiea to this - laudable.. .task. Under hla,auspices an-. English, paper Is to bo established in Berlin, for the express purpose o? Improving the relations (between the two countries. . Sir Thomas Barclay Is well experienced in such delicate' tasks, for he played a big part in tlie establishment Of the entente cordials between England and France. Though he Is a Scotsman, and was bom at Dunfermline some Severity years;ago. ho'Kas spent the greater part 'of his professional life In the French capital.. He first -went to Pai-ls as correapondjBnt for the Times. After six ycarS. of 'journalism lie' entered itlia French legal profession. For the pais't twelve years he has concentrated Bis efforts, on promoting the petioe of Europe." 'besides htsvwork In France and Geinmany he has visited - the United States to Sunday evening, a deacon approwj^ted the pulpit Intendln.S to ofifer .iii�y-humble suggestion that the llgtota: b*i lowered during the seirmon. Tha 'i#^^ ,.The new Duke V has two aoijc anc three dautflltsrs, so'the" �Hoo�&?jon^-7|'.oltl- ^ �^"'i 1 I � th Tn I oulid in HUB'- a h ^ "lor-occo"'' "Russia' Moto'ocbl"r, gasped Hi iiBSoilinid li 111 I'-'tu iin.o. stiycinjfMni.'6j)''nl-en I) 11 luuf *it �i-d ft"K n ui dor alroumBtftniftS *h -a -(jmi Aim men inibUt itp silence.; , "V^iZ'i'^'r I, in rtii ooc islvn, dun-^B thejta.U . ^ tently, Dottbtlesaithey dllabolloaj 'Opppsltton plol; lirg'.a'^In^ltfis^Gp inmw.tnov _ ' /Those ahoveUn''l i.� fsn l"-'^ hu^.r. r.- STthi'Hon., pSrK'o amhaiA ta-c.-a. Wpi�>�Wwi;p;ixoto,irmt lalit. f M | the envelope./iCn* 1 'Id 1' '"I r h'. 'de^ tf^otd liir,ilard fci ".oi ' y I 1 trim � iJ> fol' \ c t ujr ar.ctl-�!ht>'\liig tho>iaino lial>> ^ th ft H ler- ^; cat txproBsion 1 at as'nice If�,-^"V fax" ihpen.\Mop. cnl-lrtl "i i'� n_ri. pr>of prinla. ti tl ..t b�n-'H"^ fti-^^ iVg^r, cr -ome of t- e n Mt ntbr dt'^hW^.Mr.,Pwdp sl.u;�ed thh^| p^^>tt^ j'oung mother Wli^n th9,Ah^l9Sgg cpeobej >lr. Qialiya wjrni��!**',KV powtioii'TOilP 'Mo*^ T though ."vitikrerttlmBln*!* men Mr.'rfAlidTi'p t ih&i d^cuji rnt 'b|^lj ;