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London, Jab 6.—The Roger Caae
suMit of other days ia described by aaa
who for er ■« (tea was Ida neighbor
la Africa. Ha writes:
-At tha time <* the Bear wag.
Roger Casern eat was consol for South
West Africa and had Ms headquarter*
St Baa Past de Leenda, the capital of
Rsetogoeas Angela. Among the few |
Ei^thahman there ha waa aa oulatand-‘
lag Aguiw mad was known all up and
deans tha coast. Ha ksr an ideal
consul. Ha had a strong and a charm
ing personality. Tell, lithe, and up
standing, with magnetic eyes and a
painted board, fuU or tiraleae energy
and generous enthusiasts, be eras one
of the Sir Richard Creavilla typo.
Usually gentle aad snare ha was
ossa hie of rags. He would boil with
tofignettoa at tha wrong* or aomo
poor Kerri cal wheat tala of misery
aad suffering wilder tha cruel system
of indentured tabor came to Me at
tantkm. Ha fought tor them and
strove to relieve thorn whole-hearted
ly. All the world knows od Ms Is tar
work hi the Balaian Congo aad ia
Brasil, ills ratty work In West
Africa la Has known, bat It eras
tha UmaBgbL It waa true pioneer
work. Rutile opinion bad not than
D|ll| routed, IDO lae cxuuDCV ox uiu
fOnn of slavery waa to moat people
“H.^d conoid orabl
toe West Coast ad
Stab* tha ‘ '
&55 l2rJaES S: camagoaaa
mountains-^a fast which be celebrat
ed tn an exxwllent aoimat written at
tits summit- It * appeared la the
“Spectator.- It la typical of the man
Umt be chose thin method af exprae
rioa. A sordid seal would bare de
scribed the adventure in prom aad
have made money.
-Ho gained modi height into tha
native Mar problem of West Africa
on these voyages, a knowledge which
he put to very good was in tha eaa
saWr work afterwords.
“Casement lived at Doe ml* in a
small bungalow, his sola companion
a lam Irish she epilog celled Rags,
and they wars inseparable, the con
sol waa quite unconventional. He
woald frequently go owt for a (troll
at sunrise with an old sheeting jacket
over his pajamas sad Rags lurching
at his heals, and return at ran let,
tirad out aad happy, having farad
tkncgk toe day spoe a few bananas.
Ha was ranch addicted to (baas Mealy
wanderings and waa known ta Ml the
country round. The native children
especially were attracted to him, sure
tost in nis csoecious Dockets lurked
biscuits and small esfpst coins which
wars theirs far a grin.
“An excellent witty,
good hanson ssmsct
was full af He had
Hs had many niacin asm, No btnir
appealed to Om la «4hv. Hi. in
mmuurwnurcjn f yjudr Ht nu
a taca atWsds. a strong swimmer, and
a good dictator. Ha was widely sad
wall read, aa artist and a tart of so
mms ardar. At that time much af
ful ataCehoe for same children iolrt
z&ntsg: icrjtfsr *
“Caaramfit waa a Homo Halor ta
base stated that ho had mw
Boor_OO at that than fifa
ia the rsrsreo of the truth. No peo
ple who tetottad wcrtrtaa hi ttafa
dsrtjngs with aatiro^ racos^hod^ any
/%»• at (Uitam * tree, a
b>ynl. and an hodet petal—H. It
i la daadl*
Lanrinburg, N. C.
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W. C CALDWELL ;
' VITIXIMiftUH. .
OfflMon XdhtMd BtTMt, rmr of
MU A. MeDoacakta.
m«ki m-L . n.T in
;li- . ” ’ - -
\17HEN lunch or supper
TT seems s long time off
and you’re hungry, eat
Just enough to satisfy—to
keep you «m>g till meal time
—but so tight and crisp and
flaky that they won’t spoil
your appetite. |
^NATIONAL BISCUrr COMPANY ^
I r*m tha Committee.
!>• *f Cm.
ttal Relief, appointed by tba Cot
"•a brisfi before you tba meat
sppaWhW uUtraaa In the history of.
*■* Gmiaeoe wealth, and confidently
St« yea to supply without de
Mane of relieving it.
•mmittoe of Wilkes County,
f°» »at cetrnty alone, do
a public statement that as a
NMt a* the recent deeds, tan thooa
•rt >—Pl» are helpless and in need—
their crape ruined, their stock mad
tmplamaata dsatrored, their laads
J*mpt Amy. Pert Ik valleys have
bam —averted into sand-bars and
Tfch mountain aides into rackywastcs.
If each ia tha condition m Wilkes—
apd there can bo no doubt that the
sitoation ia not overdrawn—wa may
estimate tha extent of the demand for
•Mjohan we mnaWar that tha same
E3* .. ytfUcln' Catawba,
McDowell, Rutherford and,
doubtless, other counties.
»«. «aa»ot sav kew anctaasive tha
l—MWtaa and distress ia All wa know
bJ* that I1- «uMetent to demand the
W that ia in tha people of North
retina, and to demand it instantly.
* oaanot await da tails when wa
1 — the attention of oar people
to urge them to
^adr contributions immediate
_j»e Uhpa udeejrha helps quick
- . is aanoanced, i
. - may.ha mtoihcmrt |
of the objects of thte I
purpose is to
toe exact truth i
-, sad to this end i
for statements from
- £ the ferwlKtae «f
> of them statements ba
-1 With this appeal.
_-, we solicit fundi for inune
n (altar. Wa must deal first o< all
—t tha ninanities of tha hour
Third, wa will distribute funds only
bfHMh ftelUUm aaul - ■ L./ !
RaMgli New* Uttar.
VeiUUl Wilson lock" continues to
luep step with tb* oAcisl acU of the
prmsnt administration, and it is be
in* shared largely by the existing
Democratic congress— line* the law
makers succeeded in retting “second
and eh second thought ctm
poUc^s.10 C**T7 thTOU*h °** Wll*on
Mow that tha_ President has signed
the new Rural Credit* law, passed by
^ ^“9fTyt*e ^onkma*. both arc be.
ing credited and congratulated upon
at last breathing the breath of Ufe
lato a practical means of aaaaneipet
fflUSS • “•»»»/• **>*■ farmers of North
Carolina end forty-seven ocher States
by placing farm loans oo a basis and
footing with commercial loans gen
North Carolina hope* tn sees re on*
nf the twelve Federal Land »—s.
PS!?^*d *£• aew I»w. and Bel
“traady put In iu bid for the
hjcatlon here ofruch a berk—for the
llstrict designated for the two Care*
liaaa and Virginia—where reliable
farmers can obtain (at law rate of
"‘V***)'0®* **»»• loans upon their
XyJeo*U^n#t ^ legislation of this
®ou*®,n Witt both br»ntib«« of rmr
rma Di^MCTmUe, ft* the? are today,
«n t BMuotv would not hiv* w
M?*"1®* ^“khm hsd been prcai
Mnt matead of Woodrow Wilson.
,***••* •m' ft* Morgana would
w* allow Hughes to sign a bUl ilk*
IT ei lisp Uu led.
Anythin* that would endanger the
easting is every electoral vote of
n*J7 8o«U»*to State /or tha Deeno
entfe nominee for President this ntr
Ski? **d Statl
Hf*** yj congressional and eon
3 *ha Senate, at the presect^eaaion
Sm75EK?\2* e*»iw labor
bdl (which the President tells the
Sonata he insists a son) may be heal
ed or adjusted wKfcmt injure to the
(toe prospects of the party which are
®“«wla#BQ bright and encouraging.
£li.C,,OC^i P**™" **l to defer
fu^her action on the Keating Mil,
whlch th* House passed aftePa hot
which atnabend aecne of "our folks4
Y*7«25?*T!5r tended tha good
■am* of Tarheel conations and ^
getummftomimgg^ua and on
President new asks that **»!« program
be roeeioad and tha MU passed by the
Third District Jodfmhlp.
"‘*Pr- h h wnderMeod that several
pobllshers and today (JftST) they ,
doend CammnieatiM. With them and
The u ti commiaalon am now working i
GOVERNOR ARCS aid rOB
' ' VLOOD BCFURRrr
««*- M feUc* 8alardaj >1,1,1
App>«Ua, far a*lp.
SrTr. ».0UT iSuW: haDi|^» >»t pLo
r,n I undertake to portray th
£2?°“ ?* JeJ «*»•« Aahovifle ha.
[or° 00 tho aouth the flood, have
•*« the landa
sW”^ tea “s"^r
T^jtr til kaa been twept ewa^ in .
Now, th«r«for*. I Lock* Cnir
!• tviiy rcuoB to b«lkv« thm t
rcaaonable that tha
Mmoa »mSl!tiS2f rVN® and
mi thf* * number of lo
■^^Tlption* have be«n itart+d
Si kM/balST* JZ* "¥£ Sommit'
•ion rothor, tcTVommand thm^At
tha .am* time. thadSStar toL **
Un..*e. the work «f^!*f £
”>«“t*'a‘“«<l to appoirua
SS3Sril!VJl?*E!r,Jor,IW m«* to
STommoH.^ «• 1wthoariiUJona ami
to appropriate fund* a* noadi »p
Mar. E»^ydoUar ak.ll b. account*
abaU *o to ro
North Carolinian*, wiU b* quick to
P£r out their mioey mtlTncb*
^nbrtbuUon. forth* fund will be
modred at thla office and forwarded
Boy* Wha Rasa.
“‘""kwoh for no thine
214*** .***• nwat idrtrN eunutaiie.
-Pa"*5r ot **• world*.
52 "Tr* poor bayz' ^
™* from tha ranks with no othcr
halp than their forceful personal tty.
A few historic instsqeas cannot fill
xx ins? “
. Confuclna, the Chinos* iaea and
2hool histabor, b* want to
*T ^"gwaa to bo tko
S5, *JSInaat parson is the impin.
Gra^t fsbaliit, and
•Uraa fn^Jl e°3!f w*r*
55 rt«rL,tSftL “f. <wawama
g2T ,n!TlS^!L^”0r* **** R>“ to
, Vlnrfl. whoio -^larid" is tha typical
i"*tin epic, was tha too of a small
“j[ %»» his career in tha ranks
1235 J^*,n Kaats, aathoT if
Richard Aikwvfght, Uii (qvib.
*2 *Vli? *M » bor
■2n *w*«Uat, was a jovrney
^*"**“" 40 ^lfT<e*’ wo lad that