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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WILSON CAN DO BUT ONE THINGAT ONCE American President Has Genius for Friendships, But He Lives "Alone" AT THE WHITE HOUSE He Chums With Nobody. But Attends Strictly to the Nation's Business. THKHB has bwn a 1'reslJtnt of ike United States with genius for friendships t.'isn Woodrotr Wilson, yet never be fore has (here been a man In tlio House rho luuj lived so entirely tlon'e auJ win, cejialn aloofness that m.ites ouo the alter: "Who aio the President's Their name Is because .they fire niajijY cue who meets the rtalient for the first time, much less the person who has known, litia until tjio years tavo established the' intimate rrlend- Ehip. over spc-aks of him except with Erlhustasm. HtB predominant quality, lionesty of 1'Urpose, which nppcals to the. popular as nothing In tte campaten Is not a unique characteristic; cue turns lack to the pages of hls- tcry. and tlOp wasted In the at- tempt to find tlla President irllliou'l on Vonest purpose when ho realized tho and tremendous responslbil- of his liljh oftlce. But there is 11 icrtnln force, an apiiCillnB power, In It.o personality of President'Wilton nweh even tho toys He s In the ixaitton of-the man who "M onc who the He- J.Wiltam ticket. "Ha piles In tho toal, Price, wrs to It boiler's solemn duty, and thit'all the uliccJs are coins rounJ. and.that the fltvs set through the wooil very neat- ly, but when some ono wants to chum :ip to the he'3 out tak- iuf; that lonesome dally drive v. Ith Dr. GrayEon, or doing'nine holes a loncsonier golf courae." A Striking Contrast TAHK contrast between ttie racial 1 side, of the personality of Presl- Wilson and that ot his, tivo Itn- medlale predecessors is striking. even President McKinlesV Jr.ld oce.ivho bis lived'in Washington for. the last twenty "even Presi- dent McKlnley. who belonseJ to the u 4 school tyjra of gentleman and Poli- tician, who did not know a liunker tjcm a lee. ha had hla cabl- ttio members of which ivero his ir-.tlmate frithds. and constantly aum- Jnoned for conference, or cards'" ITesldent floosovelt had his tennis cabinet, as.'.rcll as the. lone ttrint: of Jilcnds wallteB to him by ap incnt, or hoping for the chance ot J-reclnl privilege. President Taft n-alk- i-a. drove, and played, soil with his friends, and entertained every polttl- LARKIN, LEADER OF DUBLIN STRIKERS AJ He I, Now and Before He Shaved Hia Moustache JIIE mwt ilbtrecsriil counlrs- U at present moment living, up lo'lte rtfn- .tatlon la n verr terriWe nnd widK.jnad dtslrtss in Dulilirt fair city 1. ruin SDL! .tan-Mien lo a thousand homes.' Trudo: i, at Uie n7iolo aimosplicfc li qhafstd revolt ar.d fllEconicat. nnj the con Abovc orf of order. Laikln has lilthctlo It an wose y have hcW Ihe nmbtosciler -ft lj a wonderful nscendincy Vn. nM Hcditl lmne scenes, notwithstanding tho fact- tint he h-, tached the sympathy of the Irish rriesls. Inset Is a nfcljre of lirkta anguing the croT.-d boforo ho shaved his mo-jElache "rMn Ukelv to likely to himself who observed one day: cannot do things at once: if have spmeUiinV to" Uo I must devoto lo that one thing, to the txrlu- pion of else." .And thtrein is lho reason why the ihan a fien- ius for with multitudes of friends.; and with' ;a pertODallly that never falls-io rnnke more, brings him- eolf to the business of his diiy alone and lets diversion of friends and LOUDER :.LOUDER 'TWERE Is a new story of" Dr., Richard i Slrnuss, tho composer! FrcMcnt'-WooirCiK Wilson. Oi' genius, or i-creon ot note who camo lo Washington. The White House fatrly hummed with tha- com- ings and goings' of the friends of the Admlnlstxation, 50 that now, when Ihero has .heen no one in the While House for weeks and weeks except the J'rfsldent, hia secretary, Mr. Tamully nnd Dr. Orayson, nnd tile threo have dlr.ed Blone day In and Oay oul, Ihe 'iccstlon naturally follows: "Who are the lYcsIdcnrs to HU Fricndt HAVK never mtl a man In Fill ol (If 1. my life who Is fairer, warmer or more loyal' to his frit-nds Iban Iho said Col. Jfouse, of Texas, who Is one of Ihc President's most fnmilbr friends, anil who was Identified as, the ".iiienl poiv- IT hehin-l Adminlstrolion." Yel Mouse Is In Europe, nn'd has Veen for iiioiithi. as- well M T. McComus, "iclwetn whom and ihe rreildent Is n friendship deep and bsllns. 1'erhaps if Ihese were In Wnshlnglon Ihey might Ihc friends who would In" for dinner, for iho evening visit, or l.i drive In Kcnk Creek Park after flvo -ou moved along deeply auur.td. at'one with the great spirit of frxUfenco, warn; as It were with tho creative warmth of the sun, iljc pulsss of your body beating hi time to tbat of iiaiurc? If thezc have come 19 you, you have known an wn- happiness, a chystalltiie nc-ll-helng that Is as unforfc'ell.Tble as U Is untranslatable. Or.ly itiose Jlte fortune will understand vou >f a i only these can respond In 13 to this (raternUy that (he bcolis by John I3urroughs mike their cst appeal. In his as nearly as may ,be, one finds tho 5ong ivitbout words inmscrlbed. So pure and ar- dent Is his love for this rapt commun- ion .Tvitb nature, this joyous compan- ionship and sympathy with the lli-Jne vi-nrW of "animals and plants, that al- most fce puts the thing ttFelf Inlo vrrlt- Inij.- Heading lilm, cooptd up InsitJe your rcoin, with Ihe Iron circle of city hemmtDK you close, you sufldenly yourself frac sf hcrtserow tree, breathing an air too sweet to- blow through any city streets, ar.il seeing hflt-top visions your sick-heirt had all out forgotten. Each Day Top Short is not a whit tif weary IE "The Summtt of ifcb iuat.'from his pen. Mr. us: I sllll find each day too shcrt for all the thought? I Kant ts think, nil the walks I want to take, all thu boolis I la lead, and all the friends I want to see. The longer I i live the more my mind dwells upon A OLD MAN Dn. K. M1TCHEI.U wlio has won equal fame as phyeloiaK and aullior. Is one of Ihe ran ot the mid-j lea vrhosa brcirj seems as'pro-1 iffic of Ideas to-day as that of tha most? .-vmljltlous ta efgtily-five b turning out treatises .inrl fic- lloa without lonsor Inten-als for rest than those ivh.'ch he has nscn'-pccUB- tomed to tako.nli liis mmo nt alirtnJ prorins moio, and way to keep'young Is to keep at tha very hardest luce all of tlie time, Tho record ot Dr. Mitchell's achieve- ments, both !n the world or science arid in that of literature, is tremendous. Aa a neurologist he Is ovcrywhere'lwowii, and the medical socle-ties' of every country have granted him recognition, onc sMo ol his mental equipment Ilil Investigates weighty Bullets of medical.research nr.d compiles the-vol- umes which aro ot interest lo the mem- bers ol hi? profession, .whlio with the. other ho.-dives Into realm! of romance .a gives Ihc world at largo tho'charm- stories .whtch have appealed to I, and and meut- TELLER, WHO INVENTED STORAGE, STARVED French Governnient Honored Him Wiili Red Badge Honor'aiid a Banquet, Then Left-Him to Die'.-- Kc llr. harm lhat can tic wrqilghl by "M. os ihe French term official red tape, .Is no heller illustrated thnn In the life nnd ck.ith ot Charles Tellier, Ihe' Inventor, the report of whose dealh came from Paris lho other day. Charles Tellier, a nritive of Amkns, had conaecrnled life lo Ihe Inven- tion and development' of a process of freezing foorl so lhat It could Iraiu- p'orled over long distances without dc- (erlorallng. It was he who made sllils Iho jervlng of the dellcacits of Lhe most distant corners of the wf.rU n Paris restaurants nnd homes. Ecss rom Auslralla, delicious pinches from Iho Cape of aood Hope, slrnwbcrncs from Callforntn, salmon from Alaska, neat from the Argenllne ana New Hea- aml arrived In Paris Just as fresh as wiien (hey left thilr" home countries hanks lo Tclller's mclho.1 ot rcfriser- Klon. Tel this rn.m whose Invention Brought French imports last year up o (2.000000 lllerally from slr.rva- lon, without a cenl-hc roiild Mil own, nnd then when he-was neid tho Jovcrnmcr.l slipped a 1.000 franc, nolo uctwcen his fingers. These who hsdn'l n Iho'jghl for him irhcn alive nt now msy to give him a great ClmlM Tellier, who dlcil ot the heo 01 ss was tho cljlesl of a family of "'Ol at he lcit (o work-in his father's silk mill r Tho revolution if ISjs brol-e ouCaml Jr. Tellier, -who lad employed 200 workmen, vrcnl into ;nnkruplcy. Tho family moved to releasea he returned lo his work 'Vie then produced a system of. freezing food by With Ihla-mi- t-Hne Je-was aHc lo nbl'only i to Blvc n oint.as they may lie, resemble ours "rfc't without COURTEOUS SIR WILFRID IrVas In tho -lay ot a C.P.R. Iroln. quite Scarcelr any- one was Ihcro one Blatcly lisure sitting wHh can [.uliej down over his brow quietly reading Ihe further doWh'the'car- two yoyne ladies ana tliolf gcjilleman rrictnl. A. young retwrttr.EtroTIIns Ihroueh the compartment gave a jump of sun.rlse ana glee as he spied the quIft, stately fleurc. Sir Wilfrid alone! Kow was his chance. So, not lacking In (act nor assurance he tras soon engaged In convmatlon with thtcma1 Uily. wcro abandcndl by him n a moment of zejl nnd sacrifice, of Hiship KorbfS' cla-w-matcs' it the tltrio tfio story Irt liio foU a yountf man In the Montreal .JUUKHV Binary- knew sa brlstV- blsbsp." est stuJcnt of the day, Icavllr.er his on nil Oceanians, Tlio ilontrcal Collcee was about lo open In Home, anU young AOhc Forbes was tho Ural almlcnt clioscn lo attend tho coirse. One day Msr. Kabro, thsn Archbishop of aronlrcM, nttcndca thV- JJcmlnarj'- I In one of his tnlhs wilh tha'stu- ls told them Vow ''old Ohlatc Father In clwrge of the Jndbns.at CflnghnawagiV was growing oTd nnd fcthlo, white the Archbishop- had no-! ijcxly to replace him. The opening! called n Jlfo hardship and self- ft-icriflce, neccssitnting, moreover, the Knowledge of the. Indian rib '-'Scarcely hnd the Archbishop turned to his room before a knock at tho and -'Abbe, ti-IfeJ. "'Your Grace; he said, 'i hnvo' aplltitda.for learning mo lo s; send hia "'If BO to Ro "A. week l 6 Ttm the Roman rollcxe a Wllllin t.M iettc Requires a ilr. j. a. Oritialf. Theory Worked CM T was with this, hist scholastic rec- clzcd because more r ord that the rrtstnt director cams to tho service of the Dominion Govern- ment, "and he I.a< shown in that his Knowledge Is as thorough prac- llcnily as it is iJicoreUwHy. For twelve years he occupic j ihe post of "Acrlcul; urisl" the Kxoprtmcntal Farm. 'In his position his duties wcro lho In'- vestlgallon of lho best methods of. sron-lng -Held crops and of raising live stock. Ills work was not to go in Ihe be.-itcn paths or others.' Eipe-rlmcnf was the object ot his existence. It wui his work to find oul'jusl.what method's vould produce Ihe, best resulls. Some- Irnts work of lids kind has bee'n-crlll- r, i iiiuic .lll.Jil JI Rtit such cruicltra was beside he rnark. was llie ntw M hsl (he liirmera of Dominion would Tt'c n voguo In Canada a gaoil toil.to. Ilia .ttrtlllly, and careful nwnagcaienl o( Ills cxpsrlmcnts. When Dr, Saundcrs rcllrta from lho direction of fxperfmental farm? a couple nt years ago, Mr. Grlsilalo nut taken; aw.iy from Mi work ol expirl. mer.lMWn. and given-tho acimlDlsfrd- .lon of the whole system.' During his twelve years of technical trork tie )iart that ho an cxritrlrnenler of ablllly ana judgment, since ho has be- como dlrtctor, ha also evinced tho cc- nlua of on executive head. Successful ail It has always tc-en, already the work 6f Ihe farm Jg ftiovlnjf on lo still grealer efficfpncy, nntl the new director has ;ecm of hi: recently as won Ihe respect and cs- is associates. 'As 'he was -..o an r M e (hi? (s ,1 airiCIng.ifillmpny to Iilj I ami irirtinijitEis ;