Two great men spoke on the same occasion. Their sentiments were as different as their manners of expression. One has held what the other holdsan exalted post. One is an " out," the other an " in"; one a Democrat, the other a Republican; one a professor, the other a lawyer; one an ex-President, the other a President; one Woodrow Wilson, the other Calvin Coolidge. Perhaps it was natural that they should differ.
The manner of their difference is best expressed by the following comparisons of their words:
Of Armistice Day.
Mr. Coolidge: 'Nov. 11...