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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Momlivy. Odolw 21. 'I'll E L 11BKTDC! K AlL V I A L D Page 7 NON-POLITICAL I Sir Richard McBricle Guest of Honor at a Cran- brook Spread siu'dnl to-Ihe Cruulirupk, 311. Last "'F1'1 iliriflly, liolli iVMiHKly airliii.i.i n-ill'lic piil'iliHVH In tlic m-uril ot I iliu Kratiluile they fall in ln'i ANXIETY ABOUT PAT QUIRK (Special lo The Herald.) Crunbrook, Url. Quirk, an oliMimc lic-uler ol Furl ie, uviM' niJluty i ycai'M old. li-'U homt! a Kliorl. it'1'! I'V i lime iiileinlliig lo io K to whom ii'll ihc huinii lie has ,l the toast, "Oiir lintwcen Kiiok- nut mill I'mlaliil, Ore., while en route to California, and iaihilx. to looiite liini IK caiiH- hiij many frieiuh; ;it inueh uneaBiness. .Mr. paid the 1'renn-r ,11. pei-Minal irillilte in lIII! short I tin' repiesenlalive nf tlif i Kooienays, H. F. (Irren. j Sir Ilielianl and .Mr. CIivi'li I every pn-sent, al the of ,vi- .im, I icmliTi'il SivJHi.-liiiril .Mi'Hnilf mid H. oi the fenoil o. ihm islic u( ,mi. I F. (ireen, was a iion-liohlii-aljioss. make (lossiolo Ilie'hegim.iiiK of the I affair, parlakiiii; very much of the ,1 imp, K. jldj link of 1 dmraeter of an iteun- U.e loasl, Oar Jm U) I as a mile post !ranB with beau- j Mil proved oven lie eulihl louen com. Ihiflll of tlowers picked Iroin ilie ol oralorv wnpi, :lll wjtl, 1 he fields andsardens ol motlll-r eann lie {M land from (he oratorical 01 million as a whole, Us lelalum lo ,.r., I triiup-l anil untrained speakers. I the Umpire, ami .lvte" mmlnuias'ha.I translorn.ed into Ii It was a happy thought oi the pro- i telinift o IHISOH.U I.MI iiiius, f I pie of franhrook to HUIk-l coal. I themselves and their lionoreil guests sol lool m UK' oi r.asi I allair as to- I ena> K i NORTH BATTLEFORD iING STAR OF SASKATCHEWAN Is represented in Lethbridge by THE FOSTER REALTY CO. ni iratlle. and the nohle led in which such conspicuous IIR. arcs in Imlh of the leadinK parties of hoeome so intiinau'U dcKiinii's lit1 !to conlain vast, lishini; which _ would malic the celeinateil banks t ihe, country as Sir Richard McBrhle, hccome so counreled li. K. Orceu, Senator' linstock, their .wain. j hurry lo keep up with the new lield anil the many oilier rppresentu-j In Imperialistic Strain iu of lish. I of the .antipodes of political Hon. li. (.recn anil Senaior llus- were; I! faith were 'mingleil ahoul lliat lock responded, both having caught nf the continent. I! liig hoard in llogartli's Craii- the spirit oi Ihe evenins and breath- i ,hc largest, .mil thp i hrook and patriotic dcvo-1 of agriculture and iruit From the oldest inhahilant to the proviiicr and Domimon as in- I ?rmvillg ,vl.rc hy the ex liiliitor.s of HICEC products in Jl of t'heeacoes were .-aihrr- ll'Sral 'larls ol I i-il the deniwiis ol the do' A ot lhr Square (ianlen ami a1 cxliibitions in Immr lo the first citizen of tin- prov- parts of the world. He etpectell Hla- pose Ihc toast: Ihe I ity ol I ran- iljs acrobs {'M ;-fi ami tlie Kooteuay li lives, both local and Dominion. In the absence of T. T. McVitl oin- of tile oldest of the Old s hroolc." '1'he as.seinhly rose to its feet c' 'cheered the doctor lo Ihe echo. i t'l ihtlte was so spontaneous that his friend across tne iioartt, r. i i l.iiml, would soon have his name j coupled wilh.lliat of Hiirhank, as the I originator ol the potato. o destorte.1 s miser n'-'s s" -.Pontaneons ami so most .re- Mho linn desgn.ieil as ni.islii U) j( n-icrciiee to j; 01 ccrainonies, and who had disap-' ,u I i ._ Pt'ircd in tlto n i i thofic flunks could not IIKM j Yahk in pursuit of his' us-iai avoca" cll'a'" ot tlle hy dollar marks, lie thought j lion of running lines tlnu arc i 'I he Popular Doctor j thai the optimism, the buoyancy, the. straight, this heavv rtiitv fell to the f lot of another of "the clan JleHrulc, il'ostl lllal' to !undyiiiR faith of the old lihier could aiier the he traced, parity, at least, to his as-i I and J 1) of that designation, prov' limc ex- sociatiou with the grandest sceiiery j cil a master of his mister's position 1'erience meet ins, speaking of Ihe lo he found upon a globe abounding On sav Sir imperialism which iierviuieil u-ith beauty. Who could gaze, daily, i lliclnni "inrilcri iu'1 turn'bV his lor- am' saturated every nook and corner upon the grandeur of scenery io be I al siipporlW in the local house', Tom lllc CranDrook met. within almost every nook of name appears in wa-S' the spot: nearest tu liis heart: Ibis