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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD. HOOT -ro ON Men andyomen TORONTO MAN SAYS EARTH MAY BE MILLION YEARS OLD AN INTIMATE VIEW OF H.JUSQUITH Though Temperamentally Indo- lent He Forces Himself to .j Do Enormous Lol of Work, j SPEAKS ONLY TRUTH j Exterior of Coldness His Great- i csl Limitation, Bui He Is Really iA E: effort 10 rid of lleruerLl Asqulth through the] ocvicc pf appointment, as Ambassador in. Washing- n is dcnounc-c J In more than or.ej Liberal orsan as too trans- Irick. Ills friends arc j H. ANDERSON'S ANTi-BOOZE IDEAS New York Slitc Anti-Saloon League Superintendent is a fted Hot Live Wire. KEEPS THINGS MOVING] Uses Picluicsque j lieves He Was Divinely Call- j ed Into the Work. .i re p l i'dilie OUtr. y) imported in [he News lo tL'Jiie convinced thai he will be Prhv.t ngain. Tte ukin himself iis itady. To London Gazette. Mr. AE.-iuUh. is the lileal of wV.a: Bacon meant l-y a. man.. Ycnrs ago when, as Hie Ensland Oiler GrCD1 flS d Bop Mr. Asquilh Secretary at Broadview lor ihai prince of croas-esanrtccri.j Sir dairies Russell, he was the Jest pf them It nas lo Atquilbi thai Sir Charles turned oftcnes: lu! Hie crisis ot a celebrate J case In1 open court. Aiiuitii was always' ready ivkh a reference, a. quotation, aiiytQlns.thal must had on the spnr of the moniemt. letlers or Oocuir.enlJ OUL ia court, It was Asquith who" did It In those clear, audible, strong" ac- cents of lii-, that remain amonc the other precious possessions of his youth. "If ore had to express this eminent ican In torou L-f writes Mr. K. T. Ilaymond. in his brilliant ihe East En Institution. APTA1N EDDIE OTTER his been appointed secretary of ihe 1 Broadview Y.M.C.A. In 1S3C. when was mostly a stretch of stun tbemselves Into l J.-. ll.l.UM 11- ANPKIWON, XCKJ of Ike J.-easur.! i-i fire j cars an J five i mentis I lhat has l-ceu fiali'.ir.ij the liquor rterejis hi tin; Empire lias successfully an-J itlemtess'y I'at- ilsJ with the ill at his name ia familiar to tUe of ncws- as [lint of the Governor. of the Slstes Senat- r ibe movie or ihe paid Tiie liquor men at one and the lime Oetes: and- fear him. lit. never has ES'riitJ ior-. from tlism. Year af'.cr year" he has liken a drubulas. >car afler.yiar he has come Uatk for more-unlll nhcn swapped places wllh the bos'.s of JoJi'.] harJeycorn. Now lie "Wrra" from ihe Inside of ASTONISHED N. Y. It Devised by His Father. Who Had Never Seen a Circus. rhiilled John D. the Third an. Earned lor War Funds. Strong Man of PoUad V ATKST and bwi portrait of Gen- era! Joseph PilsudskI, president of the new Pol'.ph Itepubllc. who Is looked upon as the man lo quell the disorder now reported existing In the Republic. 1'efierewshl Is Pre- mier of L'olaod. study pf AsquiLh, just published jn a soek entiUefi, "Un censored boys formed Oroide un- iie local Con- al Church. One ol the boys raa Eddie Otter, now known to thou- sands of Canadians who met him in rsnce. From the Boys' Brigade STCW the local Institute. e_nd Incnce tlie Yoiine Oiler iving tilings, and to- day presides over the institution ol which.the foundations wera laid In the The "wets" are on the He had scarcely 50! slirtfd In .work in Xew York before he stood ihe liquor men' on their beids, .Usur- !y speikicr, by having introduc- ''the chief eymhols would stand ss his nitive TorkEhlrc acd Llic little1 church years As a Oj sixteen be laugh! ciaes ]n a. Sunday Echool; tor three fcr Ltalliol and its mister tbai years he was ol the Toron- i-aclier pynir.21 Instructor buddins Dr. JotreLt-. Mr, may L-2 called the JowcUati of tnlcl- co Christian Endeavor Union, and [hen, at years oi asc __ _- _ _ With all culiure of Ontario. 1 o( the Union for the l up" by Mr. AsqtiILb, ibis In 1912 he to Pembroke, and dti.i'of hid personality sells us, Ihsreltook hold a loiterinff T.H.C.A. Terrains in him mncjr of the English [spite of raucb opposition he" built 1 iniOdle-class mind- His is sha- (up. brought concert pnrties to ihe bv the i'orkahira hard sense nnl rathor materia.1- Me lias, r.aluraily. a wifle- ac- vrilh ('.ionilure- His In many ihicgs. none the isss. ha is a rather a liope- ed ii Albany a repairing tha1 a lired beozlna ifcit" T ar.d-'dle' on the !irst hill. I never had much time lo language Tor the purpose ol .COR- thought." i "What la the Anderson By CL1VB EVKX i( you are prelty you probably saw your (Irs circus i. goad while less you were bom in a multi-mil lonalro family. With DiuLtl-nilULonalrcs IL Is dlt fprent. Children of the very rich do EC but they mlis a pood deal. Well, the children of John D ortefcller. Jr., grew up a bit with out lo rlrcu ID fact, 'John D. noci-efellcr. Jr up enough lo liavo Erbbp of children-tvltboul ever sec In? a circus. -And lie was always eorry. ob It So'were his chlldreji. I- am not sure wbclner John e ie ecrc. "A law'ls Hie- children really nil contairitiy afcohoMc quor for per or mere ot alcohOilc cori- :ect should be labelled with a skull anil the scientific statement: "This con- talr.s alccltol. which is a babit-form- r.s, irrJlsni. narcotic The bill did not become a law. An- derson did that It would. What IIP wanted and he 50! The liquor men raved about "ihr-t roughneck." and (he lime they were done the thing beneath, tho ihrone of God. said Mr. Anderson. "The will if It has n flglUlng chance and you give-it time enough- Tt.e liquor.business had to.go because It always was wrong." "And what some of the taints that kept'you Boneteid Play Is Sire A X Institution ibil Is wrohs Is i i bound to be foolish because ItselC, Is (ooifah, and the'-: of evil cah. always be i ,o cotr.e .lo bit with a play at the critical moment. "When on "institution is Tvronff. .he liiiiiof traffic, anyinlng It does I n mistakp., 7.-, I believe jn a policy oJ deliberate- ly opjiositton into Ins a fool ot ltEOlf and Uien-i ailvaniQS'. of what it docs; ot i -fo] maintenance ego, wjit contingency. ;own from Toronto ami got ihe men and women oC the city in- terested In community aCCairs. anc put the association on iLa fect- 'An.tr Ihrea rears at Pembroke ht- accepted a ca.ll lo tbc Oritario Sunday School Associatjoiv and made good. .he adverliteil asilalors in in ID'C philQaiopby of the vtil the Uniied Slates. FpughV'Alljlhe .Wajr F As.n otficer in Franca he vfas responsible for the program of the Corjis irbops. which included bo- less Jle seems Lo belonc dlsunci- lo ihs Vic'crlans. Thia'' leaves a; hioncJ, roc only in literary likings lween Uiiny and forty ihousaad inei in ppl-uc.il and Ideas-- 0- lbc heai-y ariilfEO'. destiny has assbiiiiied Jm0tor machine suns. Mr. somcvrbat irilirralely eLc_ Oiler's did much ior Ihe ,'t wfsdom TialC- wil'i ill? nen- school of British social informers. not feel at home Ihe'ai. He was brought up on Kiuart Mill and his pg'.ilical economy is-lhat of the RSO of MI1L He'ia a msn in his political fecon- omy and an individualist in Icropera- He has no accorjl- In? to Mr. Raymond, regarding the of the TTOrLlng classes. well-being or the troops" Afler the armistice he ed fi55i5 lanL senior "Y as cpnoinl- officer in helpeJ carrj" out the en- ormous Red Triangle program :herc. He refused an attractive oiler lg work IE Field Secretary in Xcw York under C. J. Atkinson, hig old chief, and another as Boys' Territorial Sec- retary for Alberta end British Colum- bia. Instead, he name back lo To- ilay 23lh fast, and tools mailer on "llf. iSOuUh I, democraL BUS o; a Liberal.or tour Audtrson has demonstrat- ed 2. pfopensiij' lhat has kept Ills op- ponents nervous. He is onH top to-day b'tcause fit .'foaelit lo top, like a'heavyweish: but a lime- Jt ihei Is nothing Elarl'.someihtnSi s one 01" his- moitces, livtd up to. eipliDation "ot.your your' use of asked n, New York Tri- bune is not said Anderson. "Air I want Is to- things" EO they 'set across.' 'The oaly I liave 'a to path-lbf most meSTi-- ins >nlo ihe so tl.at-it will s tick.-and that, tho nceQ an in- terprcl--r cr a dfclionary In ordtr to Understand it. I do try lo behave hoped lo sec K circus, or ivholhcr .hey ever would, U I am golns to hadn't hsp- peaefl. Tlils Is how 1L little rrlle ago. They wcro having In New Torh. John D. Rocke- feller. Jr.. was chairman .of committee for Greater New York. U cost Mr. Rockefeller Just J150.0UO to be' chairman 6r this committee. when the committee bcgm flpurlnc out fealnres Tor the drive many suffsestlons were made. Many were rejected. Many wero accepted. One man suEgeslen. a 'circus ID Bryant Pack. Most of the tee gasped. But John D. Rockefel- ler liked Mr. MacDonaltl'a idea and the clrcua happEr.ed. rlghl In Bry- ,anl Part, .'under the "nose ot Hie classical Public Library, where oba else In the world would ever have Imagined .cost.a ,Iot of money, Mr. Msc- iaia-'saitl the'relephanls woult ach clVphaul's embroidered over' coat iioal 5300. Mr. MacDonald laid out'a.clrcua plan that would cos Tvitli all the _ acrobats high" divers acd wild men and clowns' uctln? (of S our plarsel -1.600 million years old? Or ocjly len million? Thil depend! on how you flfurq It uL Tho one tblnc thai out early from all ine'.hoda Is that llllons of years hnve elapsed il; o ur alraospbere first cooled off suf- cleotly lo make life poaslbla on lobe. Dr. William Harvey McN'alrn, f McM aster University. Toronto, bo writes ID The Scientific Amerl an Supplement (New tells ua hat tlie re are three principal ways approaching this problem. The 0110 lint elves tbc smallest answer Is 3 olJcst and depends cm an altcnipl o find out how fast the SUQ Is US'. The largesl answer Is Hie result tho newest method, based on Ldio-acllvliy; whllo midway bc- are thi> a tic rap to to cnlculat ho IJtne lakca to dciwslt the Ivo geological stmtn- To sumcuarlzc Dr. McNalrn's nrllclc: "Our star, the Gun, Is not eternal. Sooner or fierce heat will all liavo 'ucen dissipated Into and il will become colJ and dead. AnO the life of our planet, la bound up tlmt of Its parent sun. It necessarily follows that llm ngo oC the sun Is n measure of Hie maximum life of the carUi. Is It, lliwi. possible lo measure In ytara length of time during wlilch our sun coultl continue io radiate heat at approxi- mately tho iime rate aa we now ex- perience, neither loo hot nor too cold for tho existence of life? Kel- vin's affirmative this ciucs- Uon In 1SC2 was so .nr.i rs surprising that Hie scientltio was at once roused to vigorous ar- gument. "It Is evident that It we know tho temperaluro o[ the s-jn and Iho rate at -which Us heat Is being dlsslpalcd lolo space, we have n'means oC fleler- 1 tlie.ntmosphcro of jthe earth has beca cool enough fcr wblch surrounds the coaUnenls. 0 could measure the total, depth oj Qll..juch and U could the average load of mud and eand and crave] that gow o the with each year's