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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ! JOHN G. KENT IS A C. B. M'NAUGHT IS FINE BUSINESS MAN ABLE AND MODEST NW.Manager of Toronto Exhi- Should Do Good Work on the bihon Has Sewed Long and Well on'Directorate. Newly-Organized War Trade Board. HIS JUDCMENT'SOUND INSURANCE B RQKERj"' Not \V Valad-Hander k Se.'iousPv-Hobbies Takes I lis* H� Also Has* Interests in a are Bovs and Doss. rt. joi is i;� >u\\xs kkxt. r.v X,*:, men v. has C, J- b � 1 * * 1- Canadian \ erjpw n o: th o'x'v.? Wti'' Trade ; Ro.i rd. jjwv not j (;^^>Si'i � with ' T.u:':- ":.':'t\v mat- I i� : " *, ha n manv I i 1t 11 * > n a 5 , a:- : o his rl uf ths \v:�n(inR- to nioe to the denr, ! kind (.Jerznans?. h:;vo such a way of ,i as.sum;n^- to sprak in tho name oi' the | only trur* "Simon-pure" Labbr in j G:t-at Bri*nin that there is a real i + 4 t if- po-MVstxl k rtifeix^ardtn! War I>ej.a; tin^r.- :v,l ;take them at are friends of efery country but their own. and can see godct in every cause but their country's. There are other*, like Mr. Henderson, late of the "War Cabinet, whose pa- had the ability that forced him foi;- 'I^cd fn-ut the rdd J irvV'CoK-?r:it *4 k t*. t'oroiito. That was nven- responslbility that ho filled was that |l-v-uvo �re-'ir5 At first he was i>f buyer for the glas^are depart- (Junior cle:k. But before lomr he men-t, which necessitated frequent visits centres In the United necessarily widened ence and. his kno^Iedg'f he became a partner, and rcmained one until the merger of the hijr cruck-r-ry and s hi s srv'are 'ii r m s took p I c e in 1895. While since thpn Mr. K*?nt ha? not l>een closely tied up to nr.:y sin'-le business enterprise, hisr^ife -has b��epartment. as soon as it became ap- txiotism 'is. indeed, beyond dispute, "^'''^ .yare-ntto him that supplies and !DUt who unfortunately let their een- ^uipinent were in confusion. He ;sibiUt ^t the bcttcl. cf.their sense.  'tic the red tape, and the countless . 0 f�>rn*Rlities for such circumstances inhere are others, agxiin. who keep were swept by the boards. their "eyes skinned and their nerves -�---^-^----steady--who know that the German LONDON'S AIR CHIEF people are not, any more than the Paul Raiko, Russian With Tra- gic Career, Finds Quiet Home in Toronto. ONCE KNEW KERENSKY Escaped From Russian Prison^ and- Was Wounded With Canadians at Ypres. T Joseph Havctock Wilson. 1 doinff them-who has to his credit definite achievements 'as regards the amelioration of the lot and the al- jtory behind his crippled shuffle and By AUBKEY FULJ-JORTON. ; HKRB Is a man Toronto, an inmajc of' Kuclitl Hall Convalescent -Home', who was once a ^ a playfellow of Kerensky, but is now a nullified' and shattered vKeran q? the war on Canada's pension list. lHe enliWte\l ht'the HQth Battalion at Kdmontori, was transferred to^the 19th in Knerland,, went over to the fi&hting line, was wounded at Ypres, and. returned to.Camula. A short time ago he was, removed from Kd-monton to Totbnto, and will now have a permanent home in the hall on Jarvis" street. If ever ^ soldier came back from any war with his- Brig.-Qen. March. fu-I Ki>t \* : lure in the instance � i-k plai^* alter he had tyradu- :r..rd to tai-:e his ta?o. it wouM :>e d:r:';ciilt t-> find a mm :n the Cltv cf Ts.-r�.rto v.hope life is busier. Kv!t mor:v nr. sl.arp thy t'rU i^f n:iu\ hr-fCr? !rt!:ov fh'Kl n h - is t ^ fnnrnl ;^ t 1* 1, : 1 on f>" two 1" * ** +  j t , ^ 1 1 i-- *h 1-1111 Vm + 4 f 1, 4 " mil jed of brilliant ability and'..initiative, 'has made this war possible must be the man to whom Tve looh /to defend ;a condition precedent to a peace that the i-rca: metropolis from the attacks jean endure. In the last mentioned of G- ,ml th(. army at the u{ j(l0ycoU is feasible, whether it is c>> -A, :' 3b. .NaUSTi:.. � & _ o. a qu^-_ i_Jl�a , ^^^^ tie s.uv service, in S\.:r:b Al'. n*.nr,n ...wl -if ui,l^ vvh;.t a bo a t c 0 ncurrent with this ve r. t*iro * V�: embarked upon still another partnership. This was a life partnership. In ls.'W Mr. Mi-X-UJffht dissolved parlnor.-hlp with his former bnss and h u 1: K" out hip o w n -so. ingle, a nd h e hept it out ft*r three years, when he took it down nnd^jcuned hands .with Mr. G wire B- Shaw, under thi s-ryle leviation of the hardships of the particular class of tollers to which he himself beiong-s. Did a Big Work IT is tifty-nifts year-it ago since Joseph rlaveloc|| Wilson wns1 born in Sunderlunct of aeafarins stock. At an early agre he shipped before the mas-t in a merchant ship. En*en to-day the lot of a liritish metv-hant 1 seaman is ve;y far from one that ! ptftiirtis much' of lying in the lilies and feeding' on Hie i*o�es v� liie. Hut ; --mainly through hist endeavors- coudlUuiis are lucompa-i^ably better . than Uie-y were Ul tlie days when he 1 le.l a' life of adventure and hardship i his blinded ej'e it iS/this same Paul Raiko," who remembers that he is Russian-born, but glories in calling: himself Canadian. * Except for the seven or eight years before this last war broke out Haiko has been a soldier since his older boyhood. He was born about 100 miles from Odessa, among the real Cossacks, and of good family. So far as he now knows none of his kinsfolk are Jcfi, except possibly a grandfather back in Russia, and an estate that passed down to him by descent from his father was confiscated before he came to Canada. His soldier trainlrigr begun at nine- KAISER PREACHED AT JERUSALEM w Armed to the Teeth He Dedicated German Protestant Church There. A LAUGHABLE SIGHT English Correspondents Said tho / Kaiser's Antics in Jerusalem Were Extremely Funny. w I and privation on the deep. At that : time conditions, in every way' were al-, , ,,A . n. nt *n.Antx. ' most indescribably bud. Young WlHteetv yeArs of aR* I .-on saw tlicm, and-more important ; still-for maniy a long', evil day had l * r. 14 4 * 4 r � t *1 ' off 'to 1 I ' la - , : * I 1 ' A v.c h ^ 1 Hi":: . ^ r �=. A r. ? h 4 ' h �v - � 'on 1 :ur>. '" niTF never sr.-nds "orth a ,M* a with the Royal Horse Artillery. i�iitions-tiiese are qu^.-tions ilun it r;.;d in  advance to announce IhelruidT was seriously ivoundetl a; San- lis out-Ode mv puri�o�e to di�cu�� }n,y wo-'nl a::d sjiysji::fs j,.JJJt. lt WUo. only A ,0.,r or'here. Hut the Tact thai, such a policv i:..k-^ ,lo a thinir h u-es it. ,tu" " 10te war br�kf out that i!en. ifind?* one of its- mVst siienumis- and Ashmore tinned his a:tenMon to the jst.urdv fdvocates in Mr. Wilson , possibilities of' the aeroplane, and he Allows how much 1he (b-j-mati poli.-v ner�* :> one rjuality ol '.ni'.u that obtained his flyincr c'iaiac.erizcs him more 4han any^r,^ hitter i>erfc'oitu�l e.vporience oi the;n. ! H-> r.^olvc�:i to do whait in him lay to obtain for tho merchan.l tv.nnaii sumoiliing- more nearly appfo.ximat-injr to a ">\tuai'e deal." . At that titiu, meivhant seamen \ were unorfranizcLl ajKl almost entirely a I til*1 mei-'.-y of the ship owners. 'l'.he\- were ill tnt, ill paid, and ive*ry I generally) ill treated, lie saw iha.t! present state six he was the youngest captain in the Russian army. Lor?g and faithfully Paul Raiko sej'ved in the Czar's Imperial forces, and among his campaigns was that of the Russo-Japanese war. But 190.-* found him a revolutionist, fighting1 with the revolutionary army in HEN the Kaiser entered. Jerusalem nineteen years ago (October 29, 1S98), the ceremony seemed to be of n compound whose only analogy is found by eyewitnesses in their memories of Bar-hum. The authority for this account is Mr. Spencer L.ei*rh Hughes, now a member of the ISrltish I'arliament, burt. then a newspaper correspondent, and he now confe-sses that he .set a few fictitious tales in circulation which only the Paris pmafs ffavo publication, lie told French journalists, wiho promptly regaled Ih^lr pap-ers. that "when the Kaiser came Petrosfrad. 'At was then that the lon^r \ Tr .r , �> chain of e4..ts began to whirl, his �t Haifa he tried to walk on is- the adventurous sequel. the water, having heard that this had been done by someone else many All-Round i usinetfs Man certificate in ;ot" '�r'rishtfuliv:?s" has done to Much Time to the "Ex js the l\.:nbiiivd one af cour- J an-i pej-s'.stfjicy. lie .iiVi'i" jumps ! . chclus.fiaat.' tie *i.rsl Wt l^ilji ,1 JU'UpOMtiOU [tile "(ULernatloha! ?i>ind*'*in .�(,:).�-� of j I-ill I ^"ul fwrm for hint\for generations or _ ' seuinen who will rise up to call ufoi r>?T of h:s time other thnn that Am1' when he uevo:e:i 4 to his o w r, ct'ied. ulicV dre thought :ii>�) OOn Muittinp is the iraliaiit officer's fa- jthe ablest of British' Labor leaders. catVuTlVy ;v^,r,:tc r'.ocre;itio::. and he!i.� also very ; For .Mr. Wilson is a. democrat of who has -done things j fulminated about t and then he; keen on music, bolnir a i'ji.'ow of the tthn democrats.' li.t.- on So he left the pea� an-d- sow j woman in -P^uosrad,wLn�^.^omn^ |it was reported that when he failed ! tied on laud in order to d�\ote him- was- engaged to be. married. One h* >* \4U . , self io that lift^ork of ids." which day the fighting in that revolution of I 'ho said he dtdn t believe\the tale 1903 waged hot a:nd furious up and j told, about the other person." A down the city streets, and ityjamc ;second tale was to the effect-"that to >tlTnXVJ> lV?or f ,thr? i^^jrt'^^ Kaiser entered Jerusalem on a which Raiko's fiancee had her home. I wa> of forming a union of sea.- ] There were" many wounded - In the jaonkey. while men iwi>- insuperable. Hon-1 street, and the girl went out to care tpalm branches ever, it was si�mj- seen that lie .nos-! frtr ih�m. Her bravery .-* u~~ ' - up bl^s.^ed, "a iiiojunneiu more endur-us than brass." The difficultte� in the in Uos-j for them. Her bravery cost Uer her touted 'ffosanna.' ticuiar l * i h j f ! inter, sis has b�-en spent � ^i-nect on with the affairs of the dn^ulan National Exhibition. H is a.�tfve connection with :nst't-.;t:on be^ran thirtf--"'-r.'-d hi� iii-al. hibition. ther^ v/rre periods when he ^\'i!h more or two later, for after attending to ; terprise v,'Ul anything else: That is charartorsstic . of the man. Whatever he urdertak^s to do he throws himself "nto it body ; and soul. Last year, when illness prevented Dr. Orr. sinc^ d^-^^nsrd. i j from performing his duties as man-narer of thr- exhihit = o*i. Mr. K^-n!- was pressed into service- ns honorary manager, and without remnreration of any kind devoted h:s t;m�� to mnk-fner the exhibitior" -r-f 15)17 * the most; successful in its history s:d- i'a; Ion. upon m ci-r;.*i;.'. lino of > i a;'-.;.,n pi-es-* stt*.id;fy forward. |V [' >i-rr'i'iih r-s ^t- his p;-'.ji he either ; I '�.r-r-n mere than once put to the ; tes-t. Bat *h" wo.:.ds arve-full of men � Strong Premier. i and jerked him saner lfeav ily to tho ground. T the contrary. :.s v.hat is aptly termed a well - rounded h): s* n�s - man. He By HARRY KURZ.  (Oratorical twist quite unusual in the HE following ne^'spap"fer stories )speeches of Frenchmen, where we are Kive a. striking- idea of the [rather likely to find- verbose and flowered perorations. In more than thirty discourses so far delivered by the un- has brought bis larg-ument to. a sudden end at its I. -climax by the terse "J'ai dit" ("I M. Pairrleve, former Prime Minis- -have spoken"). His voice is always wh-">. whMe possess;n;g .cpurage and ' _ p,-rsJst---ney m a M.Sfh dfirree. make..' A character and manner of th sh'Tiwre^k |,-r th-?:r ventures because inew French Premier. They tell more they are dersoual description, cess in b'tsTr'ss. Mr. M-Xaucht. on . * * } i mon .tr-.ti-r. | it for loiiv; set-reta.ry and is to-day I president, of all the Trade Union i*-;uioi\� in ejit-a.r, Britain the aex'omp- bshmt-nt of the most difficult, job!. , � f th ,irl ne iQved a party of I -oa-Kis to his oredK. The union now' ho'-i> � 8  '  j has some 1-10 branches and some 6'G,-DCl> wunib^ys- As orgrmiznr he had a very s-tormy time of it--hut sailors are t:s arm^ ,, (he tcPth. was seeking to rescue the lifeless i ' bo-.iy of the girl he loved a party of cor ted by troops. with Turkish soldiers bore down on him and took (mounted noiiec thra-^hin^ ou.t of the him prisoner.. Maimed for Life RAIKO was sentenced to life imprisonment. In Siberia. Before nect'on with the Ronrd of circumscribed with red tape that jClemenceau. The ex-Premier then .other. More is a part of a famous Trade. b^niA,� mr-rnh�~ nf the It tan-les the business up until it I walk3 to the door, but changes his {speech in the Chamber fJanuary 2) ^tl-^^,^^ when his hand touches the coW Ion dance's nCed of ca,inff out ag*in tin! rhnlr. .'s-nc:a?efJ with the concern an oppor- i knob- He turns, walks back to (the old military classes and the AHhomrh a m^mhpr nf th,-* Wrnrborn j Uw.'-j v to develop the -finality of s�r-!?s and trt Golf Club. Mr. Kent.. strictly sp^r>k-intr. has no partfm'-c. H� hn�5. hr.v,-. throne-^ in-i clemenceau. and says: un- I �Ah! I forgot. Mr. President, r which hp rln^htVpp :r^-fp 5=om^ v^.-.s- thp T?oy pnont movr mrrj*. An*l, sfnn^- to ^ny. his nrffvr "'n^rfpf hr-thp vri r hp vm* firr* r^o'-'rrl tn h-.bition. Thr foMnwIr.r '��]- hn- tell you that 1 have de- nt:-n it may possr-^s Mnfitrt un- I ..4ht T fortrot. Mr. President, I 'k'"--;'ts tasks with enthusiasm. i us th*se business qurtlities:. Mr. i'wanted to X;iU'-'ht �s a man whoso intr-srrlty 'ponded very much in the work o> t.f th^ hiclirst type. Everything. this office upon "Mr. So a�nd So. I hfl "'d� pnh above board" with !have eveiy assurance that : ,onnU"rrCrm^q,K,Mb- those "who i""* him va,U� m 1 � rn^ pm^r]- n* of him crrntf v snt ih� l>#i�inrps rf^;;tjon^hip with ] him '-vf'^d .^v^!^ ta^ his word mier, "I intend to burn even the fur-h�p An^l his bond is a sub- ;njture" n n! $?nc\ ion *1^ ' n ~ fhn total, hnvn r-r!I^tr.ri Wolfhounds and Greyhounds IS "hohbv* or." fit that. Th'- n* 'of h's ram'f>at!onp in l.c.^inf-y; rntei prise*1 may bo Withered *V fnrt thnt in addition to ? ne'ivPk-s In th*� spher/* of insur-. nnep r"' i^ pre�-dent of tho f'nnsoli-Jiln^r-:! Onticnl Compnry, 7/imvted. the Pt'-rlimr Ton! Cimpany, the roncer jyoungest class; j "If yon have any other resources, tell them to me. If you do not know any "others, 1 shall have to face an unavoidable necessity. 'You  have you would jyour responsibilities, the Govern-luable. . ." jment has its own. "No use." interrupts the new, Pre- "Vou tell me: France was fighting, \her men were falling, at the time (when her allies of to-day were still i * the sentence -was carried out. however, he escaped from the fortress in j Petrograd, and under cover of night made his w*y to- Clermnny, where he worked for a time^ae a gardener. But he.^eartl that^he Czar's spies werc after him, and for fear of pos- sible capture he fled to Prance Still he did nojt consider himself safe, and after two*'years in France he came to "Canada. That was in 1912. For two years more he wprked between Winnipeg- and Kdmonton, in wood gangs and railway crews. Somehuw he got ah' idea ' that tho Russian II. frrm ;unable to bear their part of the Under the title of "In the Tiger's iburden. Den." M. Prax writes riip in L*e Petit i Parisien an. interview with Clemen- ! ceau (January 4): Yesterday I stole a few Instants of his time. He was seated before a desk strewn with envelopes and folios. He was "How tion? can I change that sltua- T^ehiirh f,on) Company, nn'l th*� City HIS "hobby" for dotrs is pnrtienlar- Hnlrv '"'omp^ny. I^miterh For a ly mnni'Vste-d in connection J'Mr or,tw? \ T.ns n director of the ^r^UU^ tVniPtiT- ' ^mtr �T� *h'- r('if n'l nf nil t'fH>d rh-':-^-. tvI (Vr ?Aen!v-f*ve y^prs havlwven i>rr-^;df-nt --:*.*�er: o*" mrinairrr r,f ihr''an Xntional r:>:h:b::-nn. That M.". Kent is bi;r enough Jn/;;* ;t there can b/* no donht. only ha� b^ had a widn r\neri4M-!Cf- ir V,nvir.r�-p and an extensive knov/Icdf" of tlm Inside working of thr N.'iM'.rnl. but temperamentally he is wr-Ii-fj:i.-^i for the position. You couldn't vaMin h'.m with e lirigade of artillery. !!:.� V^n-i 1 =t n 1 ways on ht� shouhiers /1 r,i feet always nn thp^ gmnpd. pm n proposition itr� to him while h rn- . VJUU vu*1, * , * ' . Let Mres nnd-h-nv-s room for someone :terview? I wish a Happy New \ear , meone 'd^-� io f!!l his plaep. He'll never 'to you"- fon^ent tn being a. mere figurehead. \ He stopped Thn*. vi whv thc�e who know him' �.nd to mVself also best f~:pec! he will r^mTer'gocd sf-r- ; And t0 m>SCl1 3US0* vice tr. the country as ,o member 1 "My P�"�Pram? "u''ar' �"if" ncruinion War Trade Hoard. � . . Concentration of of course effort on Mr; >h-Xaucrhrs. pastime are sup- this war . . . And standing he- thin--- r-lse but bu-s-fness. 1 for them-everything . . To fight! ___jTo win'. There you are. My projects? the tlm" you are through he ha a so 1 To win* But mu"t one tel1 ,n nd" carefully weighed the said pro* and i vance what one is going to do? Nro! is your duty tb do. is done, then you can cons that he is, as a rule, simultane- 'you do what it ously able to lender hi;'; decision. ) . . . ... Ti;ere'5s Jiothing of the "glad hand" lAnd wnf>n ir 1? mar. abmit jhlr. Kent. Fie" t^kr'-s""jlj, j taIk about it. v.'jr!-; ae.U his Ii-fc seriously. ' fur, |.�: !fc-een you. i-- /iie of tl:n�^rencn fronts "delivered the goods." And how good way git(*h natives 'as had dra,wn ne-ar. Home accounts of the cvent relate that ho- went in by the Dam-' ascus Gale, but that is not the case. To oblige their Imperial guest the-' I Turks had made a breach in the historic and imm-emorial walls of Jerusalem in order to save- tho Kaiser 4 from the trouble of turning an awkward �&rne r-a n o u t rage th at. may have .satisfied his sense of Kulture,,' Took Anthem at Salute ffTiHE KaJse.r had arrayed himeelf' 1 like a crusader as seen In pantomime-helmet, silk robe, and the, other usual trappings for the' rxu*t.. He appeared to be in a mood of cx-ialtatlon, and saluted with almost' Government was sending spies even , .. . to Western. Canada, and when the i�P!^Ptic fury. I have someHm.e.s'secn war broke 4t he joined as a private. . , When he'got overseas Raiko was i-n the trenched .for four months, and then he became a sniper on No Man's ft I am very giad to have land the whole nation, strong and xiuick So h:s touch, quivers with the memories of the Marnc and Verdun. The whole nation will follow because a leader has-come at last. Good day," general entered. III. were those goods-in the way of greater security of life and limb for seamen, of better food, of higher wages, of a fuller life-only those who know anything of the black, evil conditions before hp founded his union, can readily or really appreciate, v In Parliament, he was a distinct success. With all her faults, the "Mother of Parliaments" is never long unmoved by the accents of sincerity and honesty and manliness. And those accents are his. This square-built, powerful marv, with his big, aquiline nose, his firm mouth, his aggressive chin, his combative eyes, never had any doubts about tho rights or wrongs of this waji1. He knows the foul murder done, times out of number, on the sea by the infamous Hun-murder on the very men it has been his lifework to" aid. Tho iron has entered into his soul. Hence it is not,^f the Germans' sweet, kindly nature (it only his Government would let him alone) that he speaks. It is of the German's black, base treachery, of his greedy gloating over mangled human forms. To "be nice to the Germans and they will be nice to you" is not his message. It was he woo thwarted tho two pacifist cranks. Ramsay Mac-donald and Jowett, who wanted to go to the Socialist congresses of Petrograd and Stockholm to meet their Herman "comrades." How that was done Is not clearly known. But it is known, that the two pacifists In question never left Aberdeen, the port whence they were to start, and, after being "marooned" there for three 1 dcys or so, returned to London. Vou bet your1-life, I: lflted that." he said when asked about his fighting experiences. , "K" was an independent kind *)f work, and I nad a chance to do more as;I pleased." At Ypres 'Raiko was shot in the head wlth,Hhra;pnel. For many weeks he was near, dead, but at tho King George Hospital in London he gradually came to'himself. The shell-shot has left hJm maimed for life, however. His Vright eye is gone, his leirt'.sMto is'paralyzed, and nome of the ^hrapn^r Is still in his brain. "No one can 'say now I'm empty-headed," Is the way he puts it himself, "for,I curry a souvenir of the war with me all ,the time. Rut It accounts of that Imperial trip to tho Holy Land fn which it is said that the German thoroughness a*nd efficiency were jg.iown by the perfection of thc arrangements and by tho, manner in which the time-table was kept, but the Germans hn-d nothing to do with It. as the whole, business-was in the hands of Thomas Cook, and Son, and it would be, Impossible to imagine a more British institution, than that. "What struck me about, the Kaiser In Je rusal em mo re than an y th i ng else was his complete lack of a, sense of hu.mor-a lack so complete as to be hardly consistent /With emtire snn-ity. I have never witnessed anything more really funny than, his appearance as a preacheir in a' was wonderful the way they worked j . . . t , , with me in the hospital. That is the !church Jnj Jerusalem, when ,ho took best hospital in the world, I'm sure, for the surgical and nursing staff were so human as to be next to Divine." " V Since coming back to Canada last April the veteran of many wars has made reasonably good progress un*-der the care of the Military Hospitals Commission. He Is fairly happy, on his own admission, *ind spends his spare time in working with some mechanical inventions of his own devising. A kind and beautiful lady, he says, ha� presented him with a typewriter, which takes up much of his attention at Euclid Hall. Nothing more done for him surgically, and if the steel ever works out of his head it will be of nature's doing. t Paul Haiko can still think clearly and talk well, however, Bnd some of his sallies are as shares one would wish. He has had nn education to begin with., ftpd he, a FeJJow of part in the dedication of a German Protestant Church there. He ami ibis attendant officers, gigantic men selected on the Barnum principle because of their size, marched up tho church; all armed to the teeth, with a mixtuna of the goose-step and tho cake-walk, whiile the choir sang a, respectful anthem which the Kaiser took to refer to himself, and ne-' knowJedged It with a military salute." the University of St. Petersburg and a student at the technical schools in the city. It was when ho was a boy at Odessa that Raiko knew Kerensky. "What I remember best about him"," he snys, "was his extraordinary vivacity. Me was always nrtive. always doing something. Rut h H very, hun^n, of fallow, t-y.' ;