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Tuc Indian Advoca'ie. , 39 0 r f p ii n rwr-! - v caps, boots and shoes, and carrying on a blacksmith shop, may not be able to playa game of football as well as the grad uates of the Indian school at Carlisle, but they have been trained in a school in which they have learned the lesson that to, work is man's duty. , Having learned that lesson, they have placed their feet on paths that will lead them and their chil- , dren's children to the most advanced civilization. WHile the Government is spending millions on a system . of education which, according 'to tthe official report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, does riot educate, it would be a pityif anti-Catholic bigotry should succeed in depriving the schools that are really civilizing Indians of Government aid. Freeman' s Journal. ' M Words That Are Misnomers. Imp originally 'merfnt a child. ' 'h ''' Starve origiliallymeant td die. h : f Meat originally meant any kind of food. v ' Acre originally meant a field ofr'anyisizeu ,. , (Town originally referred simply ito a farmhpuse".t t Vw 1 Libel originally meant atsmall tbook 0r pa;mphlet,v Miscreant originally meant an infidel ora renegade. t Polite originally refrrec, to anything v smooth with a shining sutface. it , ,, t Vagabond originally meant a person who traveled, without a definite object a wanderer. Blackguard, originally meant th kitchen, boys and pot washqrs employed in a gentleman's kitchen. , li is impossible fo one who never goes wrong, nor makes a mistake, nor commits a blunder, to know just how to pe "Jorry ,for an erring one. We must stumble ourselves before we can really judge of the hardships of a rough road and the-frailty of weary feet.