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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I-'rMslv, Od'olM-r 25. TITK LimroitTDGE DAILY HKRALD Page 17J; ....Don'tFait to British Columbia Exhibit In Stock Building B. It's one of the finest ex- hibits of fruits and soil pro- ducts ever assembled at an exhibition. Call and see an artist- ically arranged exhibit. Watch for the big stream- ers showing the location. It is not in the Mam building, but it is a dandy. Don't miss it f took for block Build- ing WOODROW WILSON AS A CAMPAIGNER (Uy J. A. Si., In Toronto (Hobo) Happy chahco' directed me Into lovator tho Hotel Amor In v'ork thill was currying Oovernor Woodrow Wilson up to ;t banquet of cho Knights of Columbus, who were their purton yaiirl and i-ole- bniting the discovery of America. And HO it came thiit 1 found myself an unex- pected guest of those Ameiean Irish Catholic Knights on the evening when their toab-t llsi included tlie Democratic i-andldate for governor of New York. I hid I been challenegd it might have been difficult, to establish any consuming hi tho lialiau MIvigator wlioso clainv.i io :lio Knights of Columbus Eire banded together to assert, and news valuo jf Ihe discovery of Amu-leu WHS not as to nmlte me keen ufooui it. .he chance o[ watching to how "the president of the I'nitcd states" ay such lie wua cv.juluet himself en such tin occasion was not to be lost. A Sympathetic Greeting Wood row Wilson is a Presbyterian ehU'r who magtiiheH his ofJU-e; his hosts, us the loasiniiis.ier said, were all members of "the ancient church of Christopher Columbus." Mo was a university president suddenly thrust into the world of politics; they look- ed as though ward politics was their native heath. had written a his- tory hi which he dealt frankly with problems made vexed by the immi- gration of undemocratic aliens and by the rancors of race and creeil; they had been assured by his oppon- ents that he was not only out of sym- pathy with things sacred to them, but also that his academic training made :t impossible for him to understand. The attitude of Ills hosts to Governor .Vilfion was expressed by the -toa-ot- '.iastor, who was cheered in saying hat "be possesses the noblest mind .ud the broacie.it sympathy of all who -.spired to the Presidential chair since he election of the author of the Dec- lira tion of Independence at the bcgin- .ing of the 19Ui century." And that us unmistakeable Calvinism was no orions handicap in their estimation made plain when they cheered the .laiement that "be is a stranger 'to re- 'iglous prejudices, and his writings liav.e been as justly appreciative of the ;hurch of Cclumuus as was a Newman or a -Schotftftand Orator And in his the Governor made it quite" plain 'that university life had not destroyed his gift of effec- GO TO SPOKANE FOR APPLE PIE 2250 An "Hour Will Be Servsd At The Enakops Jubilee. rfpotane, Wash., Oct. Apula baked at the raff a! Her] hour in an oven rect Ions, and j sen-eel In" Spokane business men, ivill lii! served free to tire public ou tin- opening dny of the Kualtops Jub- ilee carnival, November JJ. As the cnvnival accompanies liftb nation, al Apple .'Show this feature was de- signed as' n step in tlic campaign to s and the 'project dcclareil feasible by engineers. Tbe apj) converted into sauc Iiopnlarlze the apple ILF the world's Spokane chef, and A. N. Cantril, gas fruit. Plans have bora prepared engineer, will IK in charge of the cook- NOT .A GOOD ROPE SLIDER Toronto, Oct. .Mur- ray, an unmarried laborer, aged 22, of College street, attempted to slide down a- rope from the fourth storey of the new general husuiml. He lost hic e will be s n a huge kettle weighing ponds aail holding 500 bushels of apples. 'nil be pro- bushels of apples. Heat will be pro cided -by the use of m the rait of cubic feel pur liOUi1.'After leaving the -kettle in ths' Lorm of sauce, the apples will 'be phimi between the crusts and placed on an ml less chain hfilt. or carrier iind conveyed through "tho oven, which will be nude of i tne new general uusnmn. He lost ins hfilt or carrier iind convfvcd through "the oven, which will be nude of "n" fol! rewivlnp bricks., Kdimrdo Ramjian. a leading I painful injuries. usieess Property 100x feel, on 5th St. South (the main business streei) (.'.ood terras. This is revenue producing. 320 acres near Lethbridge. about 7 miles from station, -flO per acre. Terms. All this land can be cultivainl and land adjoining sold for "more than double this spring, but. ownri1 needs the money. We handle trades, no matter where property is I Illinois-Alberta Realty Company Open Evenings Kooiiis 1. '2. .Mncdonahl Hlock, 51 h HI. Soiilh speech. From the toastmaster's rather" Bllperla'tive glo'ri'flcntloii'ot' Col- umbus, the baMncsiters-were suddenly iifte'd into an atmosphere made clear iiy the scholar's .knowledge but vital- by "the statesman's great word ide by side with tho uoefs sweet com- a dozen'sentences wo vere made to'see wliat Columbus' -.cbievcmelit right-about- .ico of Europe from an eastward atti- ide, suddenly averted by the comiuest r Constantinople by -ihe Turks, to a gaze on the iincbartered At- lantic, changing Bnglaail from the rear of the world to tbe forefront. None but a scholar could have spo- ken those sentences. None but a born orator could have made them vivid to the dullest imagination. None but a statesman could have stirred even in different minds to how a "mere seaman's ambition became a moral adventure to create a new world." And those banaiiettcrs seated with the clap trap of campaigners, caught, tho deep meaning of the woris like these: "The year 1-192 is .therefore not so remote from the year 1912. because unless we can continue to consecrate this great continent to a higher level of spiritual life, we may some day re- gret that it was ever discovered. e may some dny feel that it is a dis- grace to have had a free field in which to do new things, and yet to have failed In doing them in the very hour of trial and crisis. I have sometimes thought that the true Am- erican vision is fresher in tlie eyes ol many an immigrant Hian it. is in the eye's of men born in America." Me spoke without noise or straining after popular effort. His strong tvce was lit with "the invisible name with- I in." A note, not of personal conviction merely, but of serious public urgency. sent his ciilgnininlic sentences borne, lite lucid thinking, crammed into mar-] vcllously condensed and picturesque hiKiiage, reminded me of .Mr. As- matchless style; but. Woodrow Wilson hits the disciplined emotional power the Hriliah premier lacks. When ihe closed there wa-j.an outburst, snob I as comes only when the deeper con- victions of strong men arc kindled into French-Canadian Banquet From the Knights of Columbus at] tho Hotel Aslur be went to the French-Canadian celebration at Cafe Martin. Tho change of environment war, as notable as the change of .'.c- cent. The. French-C'aaailians arc iiisignilicaut factor in New York yi.li- tics. Their banquet had been under way for more than two hours, and the coming of "the next they, too, so proclaimed him j and again in French as well as hi j Illio effervescence all that was left, of their emotional re- j servts. It was a genuine Quebec. demonsl ration, made the mure unrr- straiued and irrepressible because It i was French-Canada "In a forcisn Tim filiation scoim-d "a new one i-.n the sovernor." lie had returned only Ihat afternoon from Indiana, I where- ho hail been put through a campaign whirlwind that not .only took Ma breath away, but frayed the tones of his voice. These black-eyed clitinorou.s French-Canadians him several new sensations. And witli tho Kure touch of a master ho found himself and found hit) audience, j He made them feol -iliat their presence ia ihe United Slates way ,not merely a matter of Their personal advantage, but involved also international and inter-racial obligations of vhe most sacred kind, ills own Knowledge of Canada is intimate and pervioual: "1 own a whole island under tho'j Canadian Hag. and there 1 often mar- oini myself and study the hitere-sting and important contributions Canada is making to solving of iho prob- lems of lite on this continent. By the check you have held on the liigh- turin' loaders you have, escaped .noine of our troubles, and by your system of hanking you have shown us the more excelleni way. Your citizen- ship among UK is the more valuable because of your sentimental affection for the land of your birth. Mere de- ilaila of political allegiance arc of less Importance than they oace were, but tlie bonds of International fellowship and unity are made vital by those who have crossed tho boundary from the United States to Canada to find homes for .themselves and to link these two great nations hi ihe service America owes, to the world." ;An Effective Campaigner Twice during, one evening Wood- row Wilson disproved the overwork- ed allegation 'that, because his scholarship arid tbe literary finish of his speeches, he could not be an ef- fective campaigner. True, he slaps no man on "the back; he calls no man "Hill" or he talks no vulgar slang; he violates no rules of rhetoric" oi' laws- of logic. He speaks the thoughts of a trained thinker in the cultivated language of a'Rosebery or a Half our or a Morley or an As- quith, hut witli the directness of a-n American and with something of the inbred duwnrightuess of an Ulster Scott. That, in very truth he will be "the next president" is' the growing conviction one finds almost every- where. That he would not only add lustre to the line of- George Washing- ton's successors, but would blaze a trail out of the economic and political woods in as many Americans American Republic is now, all but Imt, is the warranted judg- ment of not a few leaders of American 'Your Credit is Good" Your Credit Is Cwtf NOTICE! We beg to announce that we have removed to 405-7 6th St., S., Dominion Bldg. and have added Furniture and Stoves to our line. Now this is your opportunity furnish your homo at a very small weekly or monthly payment. Our slock is and our prices are right. See us before buying' elsewhere. The Alberta Outfitters 405-7 Sixth St. South Mr. Landseeker: No matter how many propositions you have put up to In tho city, if you really mean business, DON'T FAIL to see this: Section strictly first class steam plow land, practically free fronv stone and only one rr.lle from town. per acre. Terms on ap- plication, The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10, ALBERTA BLOCK SIR MACKENZIE'S CONDITION Toronto, Oct. -Mackenzie Bowell, who sustained injuries by falling the Albany Clnb 'on Tuesday, passed a. favorable night. This ihorning liis temperature and pulse Avere normal; respiration '24. Charles J. Belleville, is in attendance on his facher. Drs. Scadd'In and AVright held a con- saltation, and were satisfied with the thought, who, on November ft, will progress made. "The possibility of vote Democrat for the first time hi their lives. pneumonia, feared. IE the only danger to be C. N. R. CAN NOW ENTER CALGARY Calgary, Oct. .be- tween the uiunieipaMty and the Canada ian Northern were amicably, adjusted at a special meeting of the City Coun- cil tonight, and tbe threatened'muni- cipal bar to the roads entering the city is removed. An agreement was arrived at whereby the city is indem- nified'against any damage suite that might arise through the' construction of i.he road into the centre of the city. Land at a Sacrifice In Raw Land The owner commissioned me to sell any one or all of the following properties within one week. So Smash Goes the Prices NO. 1. Land, 5! miles from Stirling', ami ll'i miles from Lotlibridgp. being the S. 1-2 of Sec. 15 and 1C, Twp. 7. Kniigc 17, W. of 4th M.. cionlaiiiuip; 320 acres each, at per acre, with 1-4 cash, balance in four equal annual payments, with interest at G jjcr cent, .hand around this sells for jier acre. Xo. a perl'eei I.-2 section within a well settled district lie- ing the W. 1-2 of Section Twp. 'A. .Range W. of the 4th M., with- in 2 miles of the 'R. railway now building, af Si 2.00 per acre, with one-half cash, buhincc in three equal annual payments, with six per cent interest. XO. Is a perfect section 1 from Monarch, where land sells A Twp. 10, Range 24, W. of the 4th 'all sides of, it. Abargain. miles from Pierce, and 5 miles from to per acre; Sec. 8, M.. at per acre. Good farms on Dobbin SHERLOCK RL'tK'K LETHBIUDGK. ALT A. ;