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Mr. W. A. Erwta Delivers Lecture.
Mr. Day Holding RevivmL
Duka, May S.—Tha commencement
of the Duka Graded School was held
Friday and Saturday nights. Mr. W
A. Erwin, of Waal Wurham, deliver
ed a lecture on Thurday night and
the regular school concert waa held
Friday night. Mr. Erwin eras enter
tained at a ala-o'clock dinner by the
etnas in domestic science and with
him waa Prof. B. F. Dalton and the
school board. The dinner gotten up
entirely by the girls of the dnmeitic
science class would do credit to any
home and era* wail prepared and
The opening eaercisee Thursday
night were composed of songi end
music by the school children after
which followed Mr. Erwin's address.
Ha had chosen for hit thems Integ
rity, the Basic Principle of Education.
Mingling wit and humor with hit
theme he kept the audience in laugh
tar the first few minutes of hie
epee eh, but for the loot thirty min
utes perfect quiet prevailed throe gh
aut the entire hall and the audience
listened with eagerness not to lose
a single word of the speaker. Mr.
Erwin has lectured hare many times
before, bit thoee who who hare
heard him declared this the best thst
ha has ever given.
Friday night tbs occasion eras giv
en entirely to the school children.
Similar to the night before the hall
»»a crowded, the allies filled with
chain sad thee all th« standing room
was taken, in spite ol the vast au
cHence the children acted their parts
wall. The suer rises were in three
parts, really short plays. Mother
Gooes Bhyrnss. The Scars Crew and
Tha May Polo Dance.
Mr. Bohle Hall received tha schol
arship Medal, which la given yearly
by Mr. Thoa. H. Webfc for tha person
arday night and began a ten-day re
vival services at tha Baptist church,
and wHl bs assisted by tbs' pastor,
Kev, 8. W. Oldham. Mr. Day is by
no means a stranger to tha people of
Daks. He bee bald several revivals
hers before and the people have
learned to love b|m. Mr. Day i; a
business man, conducting a jewelry
business one Half (he year and the
ether half la given op entirely to re
vival work, far which he makes no
Twelve Thing* To Do la May.
1. Plan now to market your crops
st nperstively Car lot eo-operative
Alpmeots mean profits; disorganised
sell hag means losses.
: t. Berea*) the house to koep out
®ss atd mosquitoes, end *t the same
time keep these poets from breeding,
I. Start a green sod on the front
in place of having a hard-baked
4. Keep the cultivators and har
rows body. Crops carried Into June
cieea mad well worked usually give
Utils. trouble thereafter.
6. This la the last mouth far fit
ting year boy Into the Corn endPtg
Oubs and your girl into the canning
Club’ Get busy.
«• wn uh in Dinaan, mower*,
eahae and other Implement* ueed hi
terwtlag the oett and wheat crop*
are hk good ihap* for tha big rueh.
7. hfi all th* elovor and vetch
*• If 1*0 haven’t enough pet and
!••• dted to in your corn and on
yowr oat land, bettor got them before
It le toe lata.
if yen haven't a good Bermuda
pevture May la a good month to
10. Ko^ th* garden by planting
•gg plant*, pepper*, pumpkin; • qua eh
tornilnn and eor*.
11. Put paae, baana, paanote, com,
■ wgkum an ovary ppatibU acre In
*■ Mar to avoid food bill* aaxt year.
U. Don’t forgot a liborel aecond
There Waa No OppatB— to Him Or
Otter randtdll n
Payatto^tDa, May I,—John C.
Oil waa today aliitod Mayor of
PayottoMlo. Thor* war no oppooi
ttaa and too vow wao vary light.
Cl Mm Waa woeainatod In Democratic
pffatery April II, ever Mayor iaa. D.
MoMofB. Tho Democratic candidate*
hr aldiiama, hoard of and It and A
CONTINUE TO IMPROVE
Prow toe of Can tin led UtUrrnnt
Glet of Reserve Board'*
Washington, May 2.—General im
provement in bdsUeas conditions
with “returning confidence" Hi an
nounced today in tho federal reserve
hoard’* digest of reports of agents
in tha 12 reserve districts into which
th* country Is divided. Development
of considerable activity in certain
dustriee In connection with th* war
are pointed out.
“Improving conditions and premise
of continued betterment" la in th*
summary of reports from the Rich
mond district- Progress I* still re
tarded by war conditions. There 1*
decided improvement in cotton prices
with confidence In the future. Cotton
milling la prosperous. Shortage of
dyestuffs is causing some uneasiness.
Ths Atlanta district report indi
cates “increased activity of sound
end conservative nature in all lines,"
though no remarkable improvement.
Steady and conservative increase
is reported for real trade in th* larg
er cities of th* Dallas district.
Ths announcement says that In the
New York district general Improve
ment with optimism In Naw York
city is noted. Slightly Improved la re
ported from Boston and improvement
in some Uses is claimed for Philadel
In Cleveland th* metal trade baa
been stimulated by foreign orders
Tbs Chicago district show* improve
ment especially In lines profiting by
The St. Louis, Ittnau City and
Minneapolis conditions arc Improv
ing on pro sports of good crops. San
Francises reports prospects as ex
The Federal Reserve board today
inaugurated the publication of a
monthly “federal raaan
IU purpose, H
William J. Fair
cloth pea sod away at hla hatsa in Lit
tle Coherie township os Saturday
night of the past wash. Mr. Fair,
cloth had base la dedining health
for aotna time but his death *u a
shock to hla friends aad relative*.
On Sunday afternoon the funeral
services were conducted by Bav, T.
M. Lae, and Interment made in the
family burying grounds. Tba wife
of the deceased preceded him to the
grave some IS months ago. Ha
loaves seven children, four dauglilara
Meadamee John Falrcloth, J. G. But
ler, A. B. Brandi and Miss Nancy
Falrcloth; three sons, Messrs. J, B.
A. H. and R.S FaireWth. Mr. Fair
cloth who had lived to the age of «4,
was for many year* a faithful and
consistent member at White Oak
Baptist church. He was a cltiaan
highly respected In his community
and with his wtfa reared a family
that will be counted among the beet
eitisanahip of the county. The Dem
ocrat sympathises with the family
In their sorrow—Sampson Democrat.
Blurs CREEK COMMENCEMENT
The Dispatch is in receipt of the
The Faculty and Students
Bale's Croak Academy
Bequest your pretence at their
Twanty-aixtb Annual Com me net man 1
May 7,1, 10, 1*. 18, |*ib
Harnett County, N. C.
The programme It aa follower
Friday, May 7th .
*:0O P. M.—Exvtltee by the Pri
Baadey, May 0th
11:80 A. M.—Commencement tar
mon, Rev. Urines ton Johnston, D. D,
Raleigh, N. C.
0:00 P. M,—Mltdonary Addrat.
Rav. D. W, Herring, CMaa.
8:00P. M.—Barra on, Roe, R. M.
Logan. Sooth America.
Monday, May 10th
8:00 P. M,—Orgaa Raettal, Prof
Albert MUdaobarg, Meredith Callage
W.dam lay, May IMA.
8:00 P. M—Coo teat for Declaim
8:00 P. M.—Albanian Society.
Tharoday. May 18th
10:00 A. M.—Contact for Orators
lliSO A. Ms—U tar ary Addraaa
Hon. T. W. Mclcott, Ralilgh. N. C.
IKM P. M,—Eryrdaoa by Oraduac
htg Oaaa 1 j
8:00 P. M—Optra, "Mite Bo*
Tha world la only tavod by 11m
breadth of tbaachod children, ant
Jaraaalam waa deatroyad boaaaaa th
Instruction ad tha young waa nag
OVUt 100,009.009 PKOI’LK
Population of United Stein Crossed
the mark on April J.
The Genius Bureau has announced
that according to its official estimate*
the population of the United 8bataa
passed the on* handred million mark
at 4 o'clock on April 8.
Th« mantter in which tha Census
Bureau computation waa worked out
was simple, says “Greater New York.
The estimate »n computed under tha
direction of C C. Sioano, geographer
of the Census Bureau. Tha process
was to tak* the population of tha
United Slsles on April 16, 1910,
which was 01,072.266, and subtract
from tha population of tha United
autos on June 1, 1900, which waa
76,094,676, the daya named being the
official datea for the actual census of
ths years namtd. The difference
which is 16^77,001. when divided by
118.6, which ia tha number of months
intervening between tha two census
data*, gives as th* actual increase in
our population for one month 134,
This being accepted it is not a diffi
cult task to And out that th* inereea*
for on* day ia 4,494.21 and for one
hour 187.2. Nacaauaiily the increase
for one muiute appear* to be 3.11.
And with this result coming hot from
th* actuary's pencil it follows that
throe native-born Americans, to say
nothing of tha fraction of eleven
hundredjths, most dispute for the
honor of being the one hundred mil
Th* PmldiM and th* Maa.
Whatever fata may hold in store
for Woodrow Wilton, President of
th* United State*, history can never
refuse to do hint justice when It
^ deals with his randoet of th* great
est end most trying crisis that has
•VOr confronted an American execu
tive. Wc do not even accept the
•frightful test met and pa toed by th*
r martyred Lincoln, for tho l*H*r hdd
Bat President Wilson mils an
(Chartmvd tea, with <mfy Ms
counsel* and wisdom to guida him.
A lightly uttered word, a court* tak
en without weigMng in full its proba
ble consequence*, may land Mm on
th* shoal* at any moment. Consider
hit situation trith its endltss and
ever-growing perplexities for a mom
ent, and you will fulljr realise the
splendid calibre of the man who
-olds the destinies of this nation
Ms keeping. With tha most power
ful nations of Europe, each and all
of lhasn, viewing the President's
every word end deed with Jealous
suspicion, with thair constant tenden
cies to distort and misconstrue Ms
polidet, w« most not admit that a
truly greet sene* of Justice, and
above all, the highest type of patri
otism at all times actuate the Presi
dent and th* man? Must we not ac
knowledge that t« be neutral m
thought, word, action and prindpto
requires greater courage, and a keen
er mna* of tru* diplomacy than bat
tlefield or statecraft can aver da
With thii migBiftent eximpl* to
inspire us, should w* not lend a will
ing ear to tho President's constant
end heartfelt appeals to hit people
to th* end that they might trust and
sustain him until that moment when
his polidet and principle* shall trl
umph ? And that day must surely
dawn, a day whan Woodrow Wilson
Will stand revealed as the greatest
American of modem tunes, a lssifar
of hie people who stood unflinchingly
by the holm of the country"t darkest
hours, sod steered It safely to a port
of safety and honor.—Asher ills CW
What la Bin?
The words of Billy Sunday may
not be accurately definitive, but they
are vividly descriptive. He says:
"Whet is sin? It ia a viper which
fastens its fangs la the soul end Bill
it with poison; It Is a serpent which
twist* its slimy coil, around the soul
snd crushes out its ||f«y H is s whirl
pool that draws the seol out of it
course to heaven and plunges H down
te bell; It Is s loathsome, Ingurabis
disease which tame all moral beauty
bito rotten ess and filth; It ia a chain
which Us tinner forges, link bv link;
It le aaexton that digs graves far
ha man souls; It ia a stoker that feeds
snd Brae mere passion sad hate; It
is a siren luring am bite her em
brace and then leaps with them tnU
the surging sea of ruin.*
It gives us a groat pleasure to aa
nounce a bequedt of BBOOOO from
Mies ReHa McKay, of Dean. This
goodly women was a friend of th*
orphans la her life time and -rum
bared them la bar will. May Oaf
reward her Is. the msaenre she m
richly deserves _ Our Pstheriam
BOW X° SPSAT TOBACCO
At that Maine od fra year at
which ttoa tobacco Am baaomc
plentiful, the average! i*acco grow
ar atarta in to —11 mhm_t1i crop ear
ly an Monday roorrunwXt, hi* family
and all the hired hctt^a can gat.
Sun«ot on Baterday ifift aaaa them
lacking /oat a few aitap ad haring
bean over the whale oLC Tha worn
an thia portion am hMhc the time
of their Hrda and UmAara ear oral
day* rat to thro. ThWM'the tobacco
rrowwi routine aad /Kara getting
behind. Thia man la i (tka Ufa
out of bimaatf aad hi^kkiUy and ia
upending tba profits MBHkia crop to
hiru extra labor. Bam naglacting
hi« com and other cCftA. Thia mean*
that ba ia reducing ttf praflu from
hia tobacco and at tho&iie tim. na
electing his food cropaBU thia pro
0table farming/ TVjlamedy is to
improve your method S handling tka
tobacco aad thereby Mm tka east
of yrodnetiaa. * J
Spraying ia tka raaaMrwtlcai plan
far reducing tka ueA .ad tobacco.
Hard worming nnata km fug to
$*-00 pur acre wkilA (graying |a
about one fourth odmpW amount.
Than tka man who f4f- his tobac
co will be able t* defiuy with hia
extra labor and ecu fcb mar* tim*
to glvu hia corn, hay aEathar crop*.
Arsenate of Lead IMa powdered
or di-plumbtc farm fa y'gmlaiial to
ua* for apraying tdttg H U not
an Paris Oman yat^lE^afhuilve
In killing tka tokaoadSanaa. fur
tbvrmore, Ananata ,e4£*d wfll not
burn tobacco If apim^LMr »«ytiuii|
lik» «MBm. After
MU tka De
on «<f befere It
Nrrtr (tart ta _
beavp daw u oa «ha tobacco. Whan
the poison fatta the aratoff U pools aad
after tha watar drim dtf a
of tha poison is toft.. TVto hi what
oftan cauaaa burning.
Tba Bomber of Bates ta spray is
rover nod entirely bp niBtln i For
instance, cm year the- warm* map be
plentiful while tha atot thep art
scare*. Again oiM yaar wa map
have continuous ratal ta wm! tha
poison cff whfls tha not amp ha dry.
watch the tobacco elomtp «ed*whso
y°» see another crop hatching, spray
and hasp this wf omtt the to
bacco begins to rlpae. Arsons ta of
Itead is haavp aad tatoh Imrdsr to
•Mfc off than Pari. Orsaa but a
twavy rain win wash s*tas cf it Am
Ow laavaa. Therefore, to eaaa a
haavp rain comao just after apiaping,
It wai be advisable ta go aver the
In spraping young half grows to
; *oco use about one aad — *~iTf
pounds of Arsenate ad Lead par aara.
For fun growa tobacco, maaning af
»hr It U topped, has
poonda (par sera.
are soft. If the wo._
tnaraaa aad you thiaf it „
risk burning a few leavee to
be certain of killing
than the poises, map ha applied
heavier. For tha v |1r si. howaiae,
it wi)] be batter to follow (be ru'e
I bad com dlflulty in gellin. a
:a*afatary gun bat Anally aacceru
ad in obtaining ana aimitar to tUg
*4*4 need by tha Department af Ag
riraltura. Tbla gave perfect aatia
faction. Vary few of the different
makai of duet guru will carry Area
*a»a of Lead with any aatiafortior.
In ealoctlng your gun bo certain to
get one that will carry tha heavy
>4«o» wtthfcrt abocMng it out in
Whan ha gun la at work, keep the
pad Moving. Never lot it remain
to one place long enough to make the
loaf white with tha poiaon. It will
bo ran wary for you to go aiaw with
the gun et Arat but to a abort while
yon will teem to aaa it with eaee.
Ite operation la vary timple and any*
“a* «»■ laara with only a leoaon or
two. By R R Slate. South Barton,
W*«M By Cam of Negro Child Beat
en By Woman.
Clinton, Key 1.—Judge R. B. Port
la*, who Is holding coart bore, govs
to the large crowd attending court
OB exam pie of tha spirit of charity.
Tha greater part of the day bed boon
oonstuned hi trying ths cnee against
Leona Larkins; in which ths defend
ant was charged end convicted uf
cruelly beating and maiming s young
negro boy that had been given tc her
by his parents. The facts as teetl
Sad to by a number of witnotem
were: That the defendant far tome
cnase had cruelly beaten the boy,
breaking Ms arm sad lag aad leaving
Ms bock a aaaas of scars for Ufa.
Tha doctors who were called la said
that ia their opinion the child, who
ia owly 7 years oldie maimed for Ufa.
After tha Jury had retired to make
up their hrldii tha judge said that
tha people at Sampson and of the
State had contributed liberally to aid
the mug.riog foreigner*, hat that
barf was the most worthy caasa of
charity that had com* under his ob
servations, and stated, that be would
contribute $1040 which be did to a
fund U sand tha child to a boa pita!
to try aad rasters him to health A
eoUoeticB was quickly taken andfU.
SO was ruined for this purpose The
Ju#> returned a verdict of guilty, and
ths court seotaoeed tha prisoner U
a tarn of nine years ia tha Stale
Crewing la Popularity.
Beeouetruetmn of systems of Uxa
Uoa aad elteratloa of the tnodeoee
of tax berdsau are Uve qaeetioeis of
State and municipal politics at the
praaaat time- Indeed no acute ie the
si tee lion aad so far ia ths present
•n*am of tax*Liter from providing
revenue necessary to mast the On
ataads ef progressive aad sf advo
catas of extaaded goverunieaial *c
Mridont to this sigui&cant trend
ie the plane that a tax on land and
not set Its Waprwensenta is coming
ta have In tha program af reformers
of taxatioa of real property. Neith
er from I re domic nor fMn btpinees
organisations la the clamor so hoe
UIo as it ones was against ths com
mmsity that create* land trainee sher
Ing ia the Increment of vela* as weU
as individual holders of residence,
Mr Ruses or factory sitao and ship
ping plats.—Christian Science Jfoni
Read- WANTED - Read
* ^T1.riti** *^'°fcK »*• im a fMfci In that state, and
| i» «* of dabt whate te ..It thara and buy lr tht. .action of North
*tr* **J?.!* *"!» or Eaora with to aaraa «
T? in oalUmtfan. Oaad aaatfy loam oail and day aahaod
gat aan 6a adjH a» paryoaa term. Mom har, a fair dwall
aad charrW Thte -an la • toad sWmo In Ohio and triH
. * * »** ,»l" O' *"7 *MaOy In Narth CarnHna and. who
‘ fan haw to 6a w an* af dabt liran
In “Tha Old Narth State.’* If aanm ana tea-1 v,a
ha naada, try thla ant of dabt farmor of Ohio aa yorr natch bar
; , /
Southland farm & Real Estate Exchange,
> . Uency—tod
X Clot* wad*, rwu hm,*. (
JL’DCK CARTER XXONKKATEC
Of Imamrel CmTm( Though Held t<
liiw Hem Wrang Am to '
RalMgh, N. C, M.y 1-^Tfce Iegi,
laUve committee that Investigated
Out charges brought against Judgs
Einnh Carter, as ths outcome ot ths
Osrtsr-Abarnathy roturovsrsy, mads
iU findings yesterday afternoon.
Ths rapart U lengthy and in detail.
It absolves Judge Carter from
rharge* redacting on hit moral char
acter and finds no trace whatever of
any corruption, but it don assert
Lhnt lbs judge was wrong In Ms ac
tion in Newborn, “acting harshly and
1 arbitrarilyy, unwisely exercised his
Judicial discretion lost hs temper and
uaad ntemperate language, hot at no
lima acted corruptly." Therefore the
enwnittn *nds that Solicitor Abor
oethy Is entitled to hare ths record,
■tods against Mm la hat contempt
case expugnad. Tha committee doe.
find, however, that the solicitor was
wrong In nto obeying ths mandats of
the judge to be seated.
The committee finds no grounds
■Mto fM A nasal Meeting in
GreeasW. Jaae 16-IT.
Great preparations am beiag
tar the casaing session of the State
Medical Society, This year tha
"Mating will be bald In Greeasbore.
Toeaday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Jana 16-17. As nasal the State
Health Officers' Association will hold
ite meetings on the day preceding
tho regular meeting of tha society
Monday, the Uth. Prom all indies
-— -va.v.wui* WV Itjwni VI row
v*r“"“ committee* now at wort, the
"Mtiag will daabOas* bo a record
br“bw la point of internal, attead
aaoo and tba quality of tba program.
Many now features of interact ta
physician* and health oOeoro ar* be
J, Ho wall Way, WaytMni&a, Prtn
Bute Beard of Health; “Prevention
of Iaaonity by tba Proper Treatment
of Wbiakoy and Drug Habituea," Dr.
Albert Andenee, State Hoapttal,
R^***b; “Shoeid North Carolina
Send her Drug Habitue* to tho Chain
Gang er Giv* thorn Human# Traat
ment?" Dr. W. If. Jecee, Greensboro;
"Chepiiatry of Patent Modicines,”;
Dr. E. V Howell, Chapel Hill,
“Should tba religious 1‘rou Aid in!
Iba Sale of Liquor and Other Nareot
le« in North Caroline!" Dr. J. T. J.
Battle, Greeniboro; "What North
Carotin* Should Do in tho Rogulu
L*o« *f the Sale aad Ute of Nercot
kd," Dr. W. 8. Rankin. Secretary
State Board of Health.
Other important subject! at tbit
"'••On* wUl bo "IaeeaKy and Crime
Duo to Wbiakoy aad Other Narcot
ic*." “Patent Medicine* er Prehlbi
UonT" “State Lear* Needed, eta."—
State Health Bulletin.'
L’edaiwed Letter*. Week Ending
May L 111*.
1. Gerald, WUl
2. McCaUum, Elijah
8- Rot ledge. Allan
4. Smith, 8am
6. Strickland, S. W.
«. Tilghman, John (Col.)
7. William*, Jam**
8. Bryant, Mr*. Bee tie
*• Him Grace B.
10. Matthew*, MU* Uni*
1L McDonald, Mis* Alma
11 Parker, Mil* Bennie
8TAGCKKIKG piles of money
Tho rate at which this country he*
baaa piling ap money while the war
le going oa almost chaHaAlee com
prehenalon. Financial statements the
past week show that the Natiaasl
banks of the Untied States era ear
ning excess reserves ef over |7»4,
000^00 above the legal requirement*
This tremendous accumalatien ef
money is largely fas te the opera
tieas ef the Federal reserve banking
syrtern, and it Indicates the prepared
ness ef this neon try to take adrmn
l*l. ef the sMaatien that wiu be pre
aeatsd when the war *alt earns to
aa end. The reserve surplus already
Id hand would permit the National
tunka te double their present line ef
'redlts. It would even eon he possi
ble te extend credits by the earn of
009.040,000. Them figure, give
eome Idea ef the rate at which Euro
pean money it being peered late this
eeuntry, for the war rendition* have
created much ef thl* wealth. In niae
mouths the trade belaeoe hi fever of
tho United Sutoo has ranched aa ex
eaa. ef ITM>OOdjOdO of experU ever
imperta, aad ie ctOI grewfag-in tart
may be mid te ha jest beginning to
grew. These who feared the Earn
paan war weald tnak the United
jjtatea made a had feme rhaiUtti
A Nviator af latiwallii AAdraaaaa
J . >*r L—Tha nadni cf
Ototo. Lodge, Kaighu of Pythtea.
*—1d-d • baaqaat to a large num
ber at v lilting Pythtea* on Wedaae
day evening, tha oeeaeiaa being the
Third Dialrict Convention. The ban
quet la bin vara eat in the Saaipaon
Light Infantry armory. Many Ind
ia* war* pneaent.
Tha affair wa* ana ad tha meat
elaborate aortal function aver given
in Clinton. The menu aa* In an
imat good toau. and during the
evening ramie w*> fumUfcad by aa
Tho banquet follow ad the r‘~iT~r
meeting of tho coaaaattea.
which wan hold in tha apian
didty equipped oaetla ball a ftha lo
cal ledge. Thera ware praam* a
iarga number of prominent fraUrai
tymaa aoma of vkoa ware accompan
ied by their wive*.
Tha wall arranged program con
•latad in part aa follow*!
Toaotmorter—Henry A- Grady.
Addraaa of Wsleoma—0*L Gao. L.
deepen*#—Mr. If. T. Brmaaale. of
AdAa**—“Why I am a Pythian.'’
Col. Walker Taylor, of Wlladagtrui
Addraaa—"Daman and Pythtea,”
Rev. A. O. Moore, of Woraaw.
Addraaa—“CUnton Lodge Number
301." Mr. Thaodoiw Patrick. Jr.
Add re**—“Tho Fraternity Spirit.”
Mr. L. A. Btobom.
Addraaa “Our Pythtea Hama,”
Mr. C. W. Pander, of Clayton.
Impromptu rwpwMi ware made
by Meaara. W. W. Witaaa, of P-'righ.
C E. Weatherly, <rf Palma.
"Oar darting panUitU »*•
brought In. Sack a litti* lartl Ha
waOdag in at ftrm. Hobba' (hla
nuraa) in a little white drata with
btach bow., anti *M M gaadl"
D» yaa rdoogtdae bite? WaU, It
i» not a atattar far —n 11 ft jam da
aot. That, Meade and roadara, la a
portrait af WMIem. by tha put af
0»4 amparor of Gormany, and by hla
awn eehteaemrate war lord af Bn
jpo. Tha totter man written hi
Quean Victoria and—atraognot cola
ndaneo af all—Wae addreaaed la bar
‘“•a, tba king of tha “-Van. Tha
mparar waa at that that II month,
Uuk did tha fond grandfathor
think thpt mhaa ha had ——gtf
the little white draaa with Math bawa
for tba malted Oat and tha ‘i Mill
l-oou. ha would wrnmte with olkar
giaadtan af bora f. rp of
tha world. Little ipteat
of tha tetter think feL
feat w«i< dertlnej to loam '
kingdom into rufct. W._ aaUga
tha poeatbliKtea that am 4 an
i» tha Gay mite af Mat
laugba and epa h am ; and
whan tha cteeling jmn
oa round to the time whan tha i__
■ten ha Ida tha world hi Me grip am
•Iwaya teak book with a Mhaa af l»
tton and Ma, _ af Ml
mt mabm af ptogw OmmMw»