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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta RY EYRIE WAS ONE NATURE'S GENTLEMEN cine Thorouglincis and ConscientibusneB Characterized Mis Evciy "Canadian of Widest Hi; Best to i Incun.Jjtnt on 14 w................... .-K-I io-.iml to do lit Ml a just :inJ Lcr- t UK-HI, noi siKaKinx un-itLy UK- Hist. AVcr.Ts of Oils kln-l. 1-y -i man who obviously tlu-m. t-viJem- J> anxious t'.uU llii? loss- which life in i >.i! i-.o ilet-ply eKoulil Jioi irjy Mini co. iLU-.a 'inlmlii lln-JicUer'worili It do all lo thv glory ol Owl." the Unit? wtifii Infr wa UK- moolcJ ol Ma being CHOKCIL up tlw Rrtav Y.M.C.A.'s lliist- -Mfit's Organirailcm Campaign To ouch au I'tlns the muniicr of iLiun he was, he'dlil not. and could iol, turn a Ut-uf car. Chosen lo head Hi ihc orBuulzatlon Jn larKC- j- because of'lite business anJ -hlJ ptrwnal iior.-jlanly, ihe irromcnt for liiintdf thu lurnins-iwlnl tlio Y.MX'.A. wc-U-lR-alen one. In all his H was inatiy- the Y.M.C.A.. he WSK olutr-ly dcpcnJablc. He was novcr nckj I chlnu H a mil it was over- aution- oniMen sltlf. >vhlch. loans lo vl 'In liis work for Ihu Y. M. A-., aij In all his U :as rcniarkpd with liovr Hlltc frlc- of ,any kind he wouU Ic hail tho and remarkable (ac- of uli'lo lo Kcc-p In toucli vlth a Krcal variety" of tc t-ast. A1 Home Life FUCll Sveh HecSm Our Worst Enemy Among Neutrals Swtdi'h Gcograplier and Traveler Has Taken the Side of Ger-', many More Uncompromisingly Than Any Olher Prominent Scientific and Literary Man in Any Neutral Country. IHe Times' IJttrMy nie.tl. Lciidoii. 0 ollu-r nun ot eciual Inii- Kvfii llcdiii'lp'fooi'it'lo :tht o hid belli. Jit accepted Hits? irilmUs willi in" any utulral Im lakeii ihe Ceriii.iir side S'J urnviirivrw- mlslnsh' and so tlfccihely m the Sivc-ll.sh ceoyraiihor anU u.ivtUr CTJUIH- eji llcdln. At ibc LtEiiminn of ir lie ifirew llit r.iiphi of liis ;e> into tlic scjle or Uorlui. )lis Btfll JfeJin Gen. Freyburg is Only 27 Years Old Young Drilish Mililary BeRim in Tl-is War as a Lieutenant. with adetiualc knowledge and ;in sense- r.of thill the iiud JiflitJenlly ol iouthing- his liomc Yet something duffht lo be written or lilfl home and family lifo a nguUirly'JiJoal one. It was reRtiC' :my lo Irtlng and uhnffectcd. yc- ivilh nolhlne of a. Wife hurnllily abou it. "Tho irulh- 5ald -anollicr in frlonii, "IJarry Ttyrlc was on or Nature's cenllcmcn, and o( such, tvcry word, and Llioushl 's.al- ivays in llic'pcrfc-ctlon of good lastc." Morcovt-P, he- was blessed in a wltt ol I culture and exceeding nC5S_a whose ol lire louchcil and tingHl by that chi- valrous sense whlcii IB the prcullar heritage ol Ihc Southerner. Probably; nu house In Toronto Avas furnished.wUh. more tasle, I-D5S Mr. lie had nl: his inind'to build ;L rtw house. He and his wife made U Ihclr hobby, lllrmllj for years, to collect (aTiostries nnd the like, Thtre- was for Ihem no llK younxost general mo'sl lasting imprcE- lliai tic npde.'iR thai ,of- Ihor- fciv iiJ c giving those worJa their' jnoper-'Tneanlny? Alas, how us :irc both! 1 JJavry snld unothcr friend lor.ir me realizp, ahn'ciit-niorc thaji-nny other man I have'known.' .tlifit Uie 'Canadian do, not alt; belong to a by- KOTIC ccueraliou.--In hlmaelt, lie w.is both'iho'emlibdimcnt ami Iho expon- rfcairlhat 1 ILko to con- Itnipiiiic as Can- rdliii. llieir best, whllo they lire not prone to underrate worldly1 AUCCC3S, have vet them -at any rale.' worlii- ll'V'of ft Jormfcr-generation certainly something' ao'lld ami slnblc kejit them; while, calls' in llic-.wqrld.apil. of the worlJ, yd 'unspoLteil from- the. world.1 To lie .1 FUCCCEsTui .businc.is man, Llie' "Bain'e- "time, a. consistent easy thing to bo- llul Marry Uyrte was both." "He eaUliycL another-man who knew man of innate Koor.liie.is and There VaV''nolhing 'ftuiierflcial nnd' liypocritlhil" nboui'Him. _ Kxtrcmely inotlcsi.; nml anxious pwnn himself r'onyartrin'Tiriy' lie yet never allowed hia modesty lo slniul in the -way of floing what Ftcmeil to l.c 'A Imsy man, he was never loo Imsy lo help In any KOCH! Ho was extremely ap- liroachfiblc' 'and -nolnhly strong In counter. Ills friendship "was prlwd .luLtLiie Ihe matter IiUo Ihc ol some'upholsterer, wllh carle blnnche lo lurnish ihc house throughout. Kveryth'injr boro the imiireis of their own 'indivliliiality and Mr. his homeland. lar .he: wos yet. at his best In the fanilly'.cJrcle, II Is liiat he hnd nbf'fiulle foC over the dcallt of his son, UciiL ilyric, In action in July of this year. close to him Svcrc'aV.irc lhat a-clouJ of do [Tension's titled1 on Ill's sunny na- ture. '_ Mr, br5idP3 ol-thc principal's In the most exlciisivc. cry business in Cnnhan. held lily real estate locally nntl In [he West. Me owned atvcral farms. Dno ot thtse, a (ruU-farni .'it Clark- son, was nlmost'the apple hig eye It consists o( about 100 he stnvlcd out to mnkc-i finnncial auc- i. llrillsh army, If not In thi iizr Mroild. Is General I-'reyhc-ru. II a only Iwonly-sevcn years old. Tli 'Petit compares him some ol the youlhful htroc-s of In Krtneh lUvolullon. and conlinups: "J-'riyliprg had enlLiled In Ccncra Villa's army in Mexico, when II broke out. He had lonry for bia passage lo lirll ut earned .il aa a. purlsman In tht Vnltcd Stale Jpon his arrival he was comnil loncil as a-subaUcm. Without Ips- ns a day he went lo Antwerp, aTtc-i-- s-.irds bi-iiiK sent to Callipoli. I'ram he very first day ho rendered hlra- Bell famoua'for liis inlrejiid exploits. Together comrade he lamlcd-in ,hc ]Jay ot Unlair one JLros and firing .rockets and imi- lallnf-: the sourids o[ an nrmy prepiir-J Iriij to attnck he kept part of Ihe Turks al bi-.y, at another point tho ISriilsli aims' appioirhetl the coast, When Ihc success ot was assured he'juinpcd into thv- wtkome-wa5'mor6 moJtr.ite, acid ilieii lu StcKhlioliu. VlenrUf, and fhi- v.-here he pavt ihe Uiiv- alu.ible Informjtlon' abowi lie.nurthtni frontitrs of. India and a Led un ihu ridiculous of the llrltlbh army In oks, hla lectures, arid hl.s rpliagimJa 'weru unceailiiB. ;n'.d has ctf Ms oiilniona has shown no f penUcnce'. AVc wcre'lonB fauli. n In not sufH- en't alteiilion uluoli re even now very dimly lit- hns ten treated by the Jlritlsli ]ircss lartly us a "wicked aii'1 inirlly as a baa Ijcon ooliexl Is that al one lime lie was c-x- f A'sllwwrlpr Sweden of cause. rcwiirded uy and ht WJM ad- well- known poet Mr. oisliinnllsson, whose escellenC works .are In- cnunlry, UIF action Syen Jledln.'jnji. very vleoro'is Irealise, ji'liicli lias liei'll dljly tlio.Swodisli ill' 5Ir. Wrlglil- Tilt lutQrefl o[ lie subject inny be. as people are fond .f s'ayins! academic, bill liislory will country. Jk- was precedonted iLguujd milled lo ihc Intlniacy of ihc Impel- Ijl family. If Sven He Jin lo bc'bc- lievc-d. Qitd TIO one in has It. he was Liketi initi ihe In iK-rmo5t confidence of the lie went back at last lo a Sweden whltli was by ihla time deeply eratllieJ the lionor he- hail rcflecleJ on lib fatherland. anJ to a court which ac- uplcd lo the full his recommenda- of Cierniun -lie was elect td one of IMP Eighteen of Swedlsl Acadeiny, aUhouch Ihc use ot th Swedish language IB far from Iwins Ilnlln'a slroriff point, and. as Mr. eo-'saroaaiicaUy Insists, he was raised'.1 although .a Jew of I'ruKsIan eMiacHon, to the Jcnlously Kiianleil ranks of ihe fin'cdlsli no- lilllly. Many tho war wiis aeclared Hven lledln hail been cultivailciK Swedish CANADIAN PARSON NAVALOFFICER :irsl Man From This Country lo Win Commission in British Navy.. Erzberger Was Once Pan-German But He "Seems Ready Now to Give Up Dreams .of Domination. TIT HO Is Erzberger, Ihe man who VV offered lo-.cjmi-lndc. M. an opportunity lo have Willi Balfour? This question lias on many lips he middfn- ly Mining Into prominence, some wecka 030. as llio progressive leader -ccosnlie In Sven Hedln a- not unlm- norLmlAnanlplllnlor of opinion, II Is abBUrd lo Ignore him. for Swedes; Mr. Osslannils- ion does nol'troublE himself to recall certain facl's wiiicli Ihc uenefal Kr.g- iisli render has never known or has t'ni S.ven lleilln. .we may llwrerore" remind ourselves, was born In HC3. .trom tile first vame un- der Ocrinai) and lie was .In Dsrlih and al Kalle. IB' Inlellc'jjiiM. product of lic latlcr uiiiverailyj. the boy he wns twenty. I cess of It iinJ so. The.iniil and vegetables he ure'w Ihcro Were of su pcrlt duality, and found a rrady mar Itct. The house (nn old farm-bousp.' he filled and lurneil into Iwi houses, pno'for llie'nsc ofthcr hi'aria jho Eastern Ills first Inltlalioii in ISSdi.wlien he con- lo lilt "Shah. sympathy for ihe German cause, ai-.d It Is plainly asserted, nud Is probably true, lhat vheu he had been so lavishly enter- alninl In Merlin the plan ol world- c-onciueiit had been explained "tc- blm. Sweden Germany T should be realized-.Ihal Sweden. in many of, ilK traditions, 'fi- Cermuny more closely than any olhrr ol Ihe neulrals-. Tbc-re are many i.rohlWnt and science, 'who, the ill deeds of Rerrnany and Scrbb, bul who neverllieloss pre- fer the theory of "kullurc" lo an) other. That system Is well adapted lo he customs of the' Swedish people. There Is in Sweden a. military upper _r Ihc. German Catholic party. The Celoirnc correspondent ot the Am- tcrciam "TUJ" now throws some ;hl on this InlerutlziE .personality. n writes: In Ihe full aenac of ho word a self-made man. lie be- gan on his enormous cncrKy. Ihe lower rungs of the social adder nhd worked himself, lip by. ous cncrgr. In the ho became a. fiBitro of 1m- owing lo his pro- A THOROUGH BRITON J'htn War Began He Lett His Churcri in Tillsonburg lo Command a Patrol Boat. By W. C. A. MOFFATT. LKP.GYMEN. dtsplte Ihfc f.ihould lie seifucstrMcil b [ic.Smfc'.ro'u of "glorlou Al Hie time 6( whether Hie pro. 1 Die Brand" ilukcs ilnch- writer remembers him saying, 1 TTOU.Id DC a writer's-- rncmo.ry Is again clear, In ot Britain over going to warj to bo able to offer be. njy.KryltM on Ihe aea." A greal deal more Iho-quiet, .dlgnl- Med-looKinff paiiur saitl, 'uuy in ae'ntencts quoted above may be .found Hie o( his chiracler. lie TM B. Ilrllon through through: Dri- tlih'Bmplre us a lubject' claimed 'Ma besl, and Ti'as. no surprise to Ms frienas when he'ifoffed the Mmbre black of the' eccissiasllc for the. Bold and bluo of Ih'e liiyy. his frltnda news of hli promojllon.'.' I An imposing forcible figure in. Smith, Is bound! to'b'e 'niMUrly. urt on the bridte ot; a '.TV ranrl Duke Aleiill, In fne'Bank ihrri''.'.arc f lUd lwo.; imlly funds. One wns found- el by Alexander 111. when On calh-bcrl In nnd now H InvCFlcd. Is-wllhln renifh'of Ihe' rjovernnitnL Another, mounting lo JH.StU.ODD. was fonnd- d lii- Aleiamltr.ll. when liberal- c'd serfs'for rnch In 18Si. Income when ho .._____'was year, (opiy Iho Mpensea of Ihc Imperial Court, ol fxliavasan.cf, rnanngerheiil, nnd pllferinff. Ihc nn- n'ual coal amounlcd to ac- ____; valnfltl al about, will' .for the but il Is obvloua novrrnmcnl cannot ollnw Hie TbiptFJ. lal House ot Itornailofr ll-KO.ltcn .gains. H la an open secret Cznr sllll-hhson deposit In Ihc Uank I ihc Jlaler.wnl nf Ihe.Coun- ihe. waif, atninncled Ihc ;