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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta T3N THE DAltY HERALD FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1921 SOME FEATURES OF PRESIDENT HARDING'S INAUGURATION President Wilson Took Little Part in Today's Inauguration o- Drives (0 His New Home From him nnd Mrs. Wilson good-bye. White House Immediately Last Rills Signed No Organized Effort To Attract Big Crowds To Inauguration History of Past Inaugurations Contrasted With That of Todav Ins on Its declaration or war with Co; ir.any. Then thei-o were all the ele- iMiils of a great -spectacle, mllfeary and civil. In addition riflemen were stationed on roofs find at windows along Pennsylvania avenue to guard ale lias thrown mo down, but I am AfeHIN.. TON. Mar. year. president and fifty buy scouts not going lo fall down." President for !llc' flrsl smcc William Hen ,vcrt, concealed under the inaugural YVilsdii told Scnamr Kilos, chairman r-v Harrison was inaugurated in 1S41.1 platform to detect any suspicious of tho joint congressional inaugural uml "Tlppioanoe" Club started tho movements in Hie crowd's ou the cap- invited to tho senato j cluimber for tlio inauguration of Mr. 1 Coolh'.ge bur excused Iiimsclf. j fer.nte Disappointed Him 1 WASHINGTON. Mar. sen- -WASHINGTON', Mar. intil the kistiminute entreaties of bis family and physician, President tion took no part in Hie inauguration ceremonies today other than to ac- _............ company Pj-esident-cioct Harding (ur ]UMV homo. from the While House to the Marshall's Final Pica The outcome president AVASIUNGTOX. liar. 4.--Vii neither tho ceremonies in the senate Marshall in his lir.ai nddress be- chamber which attended the inaugur-i tori, tiu, cr.iied states senate today which have come (o witness the induc- ation of yice-presideiH-eliX'l Coolidge i :l for a legislature free chief executives were conspic- iior the ceremonies on the plaza out-1 control. Mr. .Marshall' today by their absence. The ex- side the capitol where the incoming j SilW planation is the decree of President While tho old ordor endures lot I Harding that th-.> customary j committee today, as he left the. ca- ico-presi- custom of pilsrimayes to the capital on a bit; scale, an inauguration has been held without organized effort to attract to the National C'upititl. The grcitt masses of humanity president took tiie oatli. Immediately after signing- some tills, Mr. Wilson returned to his motor car and drove to his new home. Walking feebly with the aid of a cane, the outgoing president had per- sisted in carrying out so much of his part of the program as called for him to accompany his successor in the abbreviated inaugural procession from the executive mansion to 4he capitol. representatives represent th old Parade, ball, fireworks and other os- ideals; let it bo understood that they j tentatldus display be eliminated, are not bell boys, subject to Hundreds ot visitors came, of calls for K-Bislaiivo cracked ice every j course, to see Mr. Harding take the time the victims of a debauch ot office, and hear his inaugural- adilress, but there were no such crowds ti. gambling or improvidence feel th-e fever ot" frenzied need." Only 15 in House WASHINGTOX, Mar. members on the Hoot- o'clock i wore only ir> -HS tile railroads had expected to bring j Pemisylvani and as the hotel 'proprietoVs. restaur- ant keepers and hoped to cuter to. Scenes today contrasted strangely When he departed from the White house met ai I'-3' House it was necessary for secret for tne final session of'rlie liiithTon- j wlt1' of four years ago'wliei Service men to piaco his feet ou each 1 grcss ulltti HI-so o'clock was Woodrow Wilson was inaugurated for succeeding slop as be descended and I ;lt as it bccn the second time amid a great patriotic it was apparent to all that it was next to impossible for him to take uart in sjdered the ceremonies at the capitol. The retiring president left the ca- pitol at 11.53, returned to the White House. The presidont-elect visited Lim iu the president's room and bade that no new legislation could be con- ItiSl plaza. That is said to have been tlio first timo riflemen wero thus posted as guards since Lincoln first came into ollice. Incidentally, the sharpshooters of '61 -were said by writers of tho day to have beeu "expert Gorman rifle- men." L'ntil (his year tho number of per- sons attending inaugural ceremonies has been increasing almost without exception since Madison took the oath in 1SOD. The capital at that time had grown to be a village of and writers of that day said that by ten o'clock on the morning of March 4. 'a avenue was crowded and that numerous slaves, the women with bright turbans carrying bundles on their "well poised mingled with the prornenaders. When Crowd Turned On several occasions inauguration crowds have turned themselves into demonstration, with the nation verg-'lmobs nnd literally taken possession Wilson Is Given Warm Send-Off Warren Harding, President After Eight Year's Administra- tive Com- ment is Bitter WASHINGTON, March What- back when he meets them. He likes ever else he may be, Warren G. Hard- 1 to shake hands and make conversation nig always classiiies himself as an I iibout the weather and the crops, and editor, publisher and printer, proud of when he does he usually lapses into his professional accomplishments and j the vernacular of an Ohio countryman. training. His luck-charm and most Tt t ALL EYES RIGHTON goes; and his close friends say he would rather set a stick of type any indsor Table Salt Shave With Cuticura Soap The New Way Without N'EW YORK. Mar. day than grant an audience to" an ani- York World this ,bassador. Jiiorning gives President Wilson For more than thirty years 3Ir "warm send-oft" after eight years ot' Harding's bread and butter has been iome of their hardest problems. -He never likes to refuse an audience or to terminate a conference until his visitor has talked himself out. On his first campaign trip his managers ruled that time- and endurance would not permit him to appear at wayside administrative service at Washingtoi j-iaiii-c, K.UI.', ui.-i5iuju, nungry more taan once himself. Since Brazil and Spain. his nomination for the presidency he The comment Germans has faced only one public ordeal that is particularly bitter. Prince Max of aroused emotions he could not master President Wilson has That was the temporary severance of i own- He Is a lite-Ion to his own ideals. "Tho the ties thai bind'him to The Star i trustee of. his home c: who once loved Wilson j On election night, when a group of his j He has been a Baden, says President played false ti cry of those see him. The new President Is unusually fond of children, though he has none of his !-long Baptist and a inurch in Marion, mber ot the Elk and must be: 'Long live the cause he be-1 employes came to congratulate him I Moose fraternities for years, and since I his Voice broke and his bis frame hls election to the presidency has be- Count von Tlernstorff, former Ger-lwas shaken by sobs when he under- man ambassador at Washington, says took to sneak of the separation that he is the last man in the world to must he the price of his triumph write about President Wilson, but thanks the World for the request. A large colony of beavers has set- tled ou a farm near Dnart, Ont. T Tl O'Brien died UBnen, died at Election day was Mr. Harding's fifty-fifth birthday, and all the- inter- ests of his lifetime had been rooted in the immediate vicinity of Marlon. He was bom at Blooming Grove, 0.. In an adjoining county, the son of a coun- 'or. i ..i.jv.ii.illcj VVJUliLJ, IJIC Bull Ol U COUII" of Senator try doctor, George T. Harding, who I When you eat let it be the Best" WACSTAFFE'S sllll Vislt3 patients Ma come a thirty-second degree Mason and a Shrlner. Golf Is favorite re- creation and lie likes to fish but do6s not hunt. He plays hard, and posses- ses the faculty of putting all his wor- ries out of his mind during vacation hours. Of all the presidents, Mr. Harding'3 close friends liken him most often to McKinley, with whom he has in com- mon a predominant passion for obllt- eratlon class and sectional lines. Pipeapple Marmalade Celebrated Bramble lelly Ginger Marmalade ARC GREAT APPETIZERS BOILED IN SILVER Ask Year foi- After all, what you want in your Spring Hat is Quality, Genuine Money's Worth and real Style Distinction, A precise definition of what Stetson has to offer you. You can find at the leading hatters of this city Stetson Derbies and Soft Hats of shapes, sizes 9nd colors in thewidc variety for which the Stetson line is noted. Stetson Style Stetson Quality Stetson Money's Worth The same today as for 55 years assured by the Stetson Quality Mark in Every Hat t John B. Stetson Company STETSON Sole C. Harvey, Toronto school practitioner. The new presi- dent's mother has heen dead for many j years and his father is remarried. Was a Teacher Young Harding attended college at Iberia, O.. and then tried school teach- ing for a year before ho hegan his newspaper career. Always a partisan and a Republican, he lost his job as 'a reporter by wearing In the presence of.his Democratic editor a "Elaine the stove-plpe> which was a I badge of. support of'.Tames 0. Elaine. Although it was a pioneer newspap- er age. Mr. Harding's rhind ran to progressive notions even in the day j when tho Star still was a liability. He j broke with hi.s first partner over the question of installing a telephone in I the newspaper office, a proposal which i the partner held to be impractical, ex- traTagant and revolutionary. Although I lie retains a controlling financial in- terest in the Star, now a successful newspaper, Mr. Harding will oermpy Imt a titular relationship to it during his presidency. Three times before he has held pub- lic office. He served in the Ohio leg- islature and as lieutenant-governor of the state, and six years ago lie was elected to the tTnited states Senate where he became a member-of the Foreign Relations Committee. In 1910 he was chairman of the Republican convention, Is 3 Big Man In personal appearance the new president is a man to attract a second look in any crowd. He carries his two hundred and ten pounds without a hint of obes-ity, although he is not unite six feet tali; and his massive features round out an impression of force and distinction. His hair in iron silver sharp contrast, with the unusually heavy black eyebrows tiiat almost- mask a pair of calm grey eyes. It is only in repose that his face taltes on the aspect of severity so otten in hia photographs. When he" talks or listens the are broken by a j smile that radiates cordiality. j President Harding walks slowly, I talks slowly, and makes up his mind; I slowly; but ho give.-} the impression j of polished delibr-niUon rather than (if over-caution or aljiishmcnt. He is a good conversationalist and a goo.l listener, ami has a fiicultr of totting j through embarrassing sitintUom; with little show of embarasHiiir-nt. j As ail orator .Mr. thinling iiover linsi j rated himself as witly 01- though he uUainoii considerable sue-; few years ago on the chautan- j ijiia platform. He teldom attempts j line word pictures or humorous pass I 'iKf's, hut cultivates a deliboralf, iin- embi-lltyhod j Calls 'Em By Names Hn never irlvcs the impression nf j stilled dtenlty. He likes tn know men well to call them by Ilieir 'lirst names c-.--- io theuTon 'Jic ofdigestion_ YouShould Take Care largely a matter of Good Digestion. A wise person should use Beecham'i Pills to relieve digestive ills and correct stomachic disorders. On ac- count of their service and reputitioa for reliibility-TAKE BEECHAM'S PILLS in In Urn, 25c.. 50c 117 McdJci.. i. WuU Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff Rain I' why thouMods me Musterole once you the glad relief it gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drug store. It is a clean, white oint- ment, made with the oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and don not blister. Brings ease and comfort while it is being rubbed on I r Musterole is recommended by man; doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu- matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (itoftea prevents ng, rrotrud PILES Dr. Clu-ie-3 Ointment will reliefs you aV and afford 1 listing !i fine fit. GOc. ft box; VH or Kdmanson, Itatea Co., Limited, Toronto. Sample Hoi free If you mention tUil enclose "c. stamp tfljiay Smoke DM rrwrfci -ymm M judge of of the city. llfsCorians record thttt when Oonorcl Jackson wai ed in 1S29 it was nc "to stvctch In torn, too inuny to without mi mole uml ill' huuxry fur ottcti." The uoxt record of no ship's cable" IUTOSS tlio capitol Ktopa crowd breaklnK iroin thu boundii of to prottH't him froi'i .hla sanity anil decorum was in 11145. Con- frlciuiii. They llrst hoiiinipil him In :it i tout, during daylight houra, with fJnriby'M .mil! it wns with i tihouttiu; buuterinifly ono another, dtitlculty tliat ho wus alilo to reach 1 1 ho iioimlur (iiwitlon of the day "who tlw cupltol. His journey to White IB Jami'i) K. a (iiu-ry started llimsii was equally as difficult anil tho i by opiionnnla ot tho -comparatively crowds whu-h follnwod htm there nuknown from Tennes- brolio uito tho executive munition, smashing furniture and tracking mud over the carpet and floors. It Ir. reluted that barrels of "orange punch" were placed on tho House lawn to entice tho crowds from thq building. There had been forebodings or wliat was to coiuo anil tho day be- fore inauguration a Washington news- paper published an apueul to all per- sons attending the ceremonies to "ob- serve order1' and that "all peace offi- c.rowr! more boisterous toward night uitil finally at a ball: the masses" held at the National Theatre thero developed u free for nil tight fur supper. It Is said that dur- ing tho progress of (he moleo thieves made olf with most of the combatants' hats, wraps and cloaks. Crowd Grew Peeved Another instance of un uncontrol- lable inauguration crowd was in 1869 when Grant took office. Many of the visitors -were angered because they So ininy ktUated bill thit conditions were described by one writer "ter- rible." HuracB (ireejuy, to tld either his hat or overcoat, wii Mid to have been forced to lit up for twu hours ,011 '.he steps of the Uulldlnff among weeping, wimngllng women whose clothing hid bwn torn In tholr vain effort to get Into dance hall. onn's cers a'nd assist in the preservation'had been charged from to for of peace and order." seats hi windows and stands alonK the Daniel Webster wrote a friend that, line or march of the imrado. That ho had never seen "such a crowd a mob broke into the temporary fore." j kitchen at tlnj .treasury building, "Persons have como here for 5UO! where the inaugural ball was in pro- miles." his letter and they gress, and ate or destroyed all of the really think the country has food provided for the guests, saved from some dreadful danger. The j The city was packed and it was re- city is full of speculation and specu-jlated that thousands slept on door MASON RISGH, LIMITED Balmoral Block. THOUSANDS OF RECORDS Lethbridge, "His Maker's Voice" DANCE HITS! 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