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RUSSIA THE PAWN
Diabolical Scheme to Bring
180,000,000 Peoples Under
Mandatories of England,
Japan and Germany.
Daily Iiill 'ie i' "
\\,ttl ington Iureau.
\Vasihiilgtoln. lay 2` .- - Front the
inller cout cils oIf thl interl'tationall
fitn icier's cOlt's the word tihat Rus
sia is to hr llade a mnalitlory colony
to parceled out to G;'rai Britain.
Japan and Germlntly:
Germany is to bh bribed awan
from her social treioultion by the of
ftr of a huge portion of the Mlltsco
\ite republic, to include the i'krainte
and part of 1l'(iand, which German
commercial inites.s are to ''organ-,
ize and devlc!p industrially. and
front which ', to be sucked a vast
.flow of wealstl to be applied to pay
ing the sar i'tdemnity which the
'aris tance treaty has iabelled
Russit teorritory elsewhere is to
ibe divided by the I:ral mlou ntaintlt -
anald the Caucasus- IBrttain to Iha\v
Europeatt Ru.tssia for her ownt direct
exploitation and .Japan to !i\ave Si
beria and the traiS-.Cý',t .
The schemle is so hellishl. so de
pitaved in its every re, 'c(: t. a:s t,)
seemi at first glance the prodtluct o
tihe diseased brains of tiitim'n. Y t.
one of the biggest mn(n in t Wtai!
street has within a faPw days '.x.
plained to a friend The "necessit "
for this proposed cotnquest antd "tn
slatveleltt t of the Flssian nation.
That any such atttlempt would tI ltt
revolution in England and ran'itc
and Giermanlly has been conlsidered.
and the men bhllJinld it believe th;at
anyy sllch 'revolutionllaly 1 t,\'ovenetllt
could be quelled by thie present
airnted forces of the allied govoern
FriOll te satme sourl comes s1 -
suranc(e that the iSmuts pIlan flor thei
leagute of nations, adopted ill the
alari. treaty, was drawtn up by the
ilnterntational bankers with all eye to
the effectual collectionl of inlterna
tional debts. The Russian debt is
the first to be questioned, altd al
though the soviet governllullnt i're
pudiated the obligation ia year ago
it is now ready to pay the debttt I.- one
of the terms of secutring peace with
allied militarism. The lankers,
however. do not believe that the Itu
-ianlls will keep that pledge, alnd they
want to nake of the iRussian peoplel;'
a lasting and terrible examplle of
l)U ith llltll tt, to be relemnlbered by a11 I
republics ill the fntuor whIt;en theI r11e
ipudiationl of debts to bankers is 11pro
In detail, the scneme for final con
(qulest and division of lRussia and Si
beria is this:
Kolchak's governmll enlt i- to It
given recogn(ition by the c(itil allied
powers, in order thaiit thlie aill i
cztarist elemelnts amonlIg thle IiulssiilllS
opposed to the boishevists miay lbe
oultlawed. Then Kolchak will I,'
overthrownl by the simllle expedienlt
of withdrawing allied troops and al
lied supplies from him. 'The Jalpan
ese will lmeantillle quietly ill(l'ilncrease
their present forces in Silberia .tio
estilmated at between 25(,.000,1 atid
3it0,0lIt) --antd will seize plo MsesSiiot
of all strategic points hilthirto oc
cupied by Kolchak's mllerl'elnaries and
by allied forces.
M'CARTHY, BRYANT & CO.
317 319 E. Park. Phone 1011.
12 tall cans C'arnatlion M1;lk, $1.(3
i large caOlls Tonl tol-ls . .. e
No. 5 boxes Soda ('racket's .753
1, boxes Cookies $1.15
5-l1. can Strawberry .lan $1.35
1 1b. best ('eylon Te'a 75c
16 bars Crystal \hti:;e Soap, $1.0ti
Fresh Egg::, dlozenl . .. ..-.4 c
2 lbs, ('reamery iutter. . $1.13
Quart cans Log ('abiln Syrull. (l5'
ReI Flour ....... . .$(i.25
Special price on ly(on's hest Flour
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your money cheerfully refunded.
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M. MORRIS. 47 W. P.RIK ST.
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I : ,-Wune( \mC en: OdC: 1.igpid Ihn d1I ri:1i i iine1oPti I n rt~nfrt
po~ f llal'o - i in n n ie li ell ilu e x11iiesouir ltoli' i ci o wioc
II:SM. '1 iii s tloi txtie iikcii in~d i'o di t 'w 01ii. ii ~ ii le WOiilfl' 101 10 11 (ik o tei
.2.il~~~~~~~i0: 1111 ii'i'V ilintn ___
lio c.O llcli l of Ihe lh t1191 otlf ill
'is,:: will solemnlty de.larel that all
• ,vernlm!' tll I in Rutissia alnd Siberia
has broken ldown, and that th'' safety
f civilization demnands that the Itis
SJab people he )r'lght under an or
tiderly Ifuo1 of society thrlough manl!l
datory adlmninistl'ationl under thel,
etlgule. Siberia will be given to t
Japan alls ile( lmandatil ry power. This
will in elfect he the annexation ofcit Si
heria by Japan. Eurolpean Russia
will be divided beotweelin Gre(at iBrit
ain. holding the Haltic territory alnd
all ill' the north. and Germany. hold
ing thu I e a dlilill hhl a pait of Po
laod as a "corridor' to soulhern .
TIh eonn part with ermanlly will I
requirt. that the conmuercial galins of .
Gerlmany atnd the (Oerlaltlns ill RtI.
Iia W1st hbe handled throutgh the al
lied conltmissionll for the collection of
the ,arIi rlparSt0on1 cllaims 11from1 G
l -, manly. t
Gern:all;: is clearly unable to find
or ear! . within G 'rtany, the lml its
it plly" t1he colossaLl W\ i; illdllllit y orI'
"re1paration1 fund whiirh the allied
(com(ml i-sionl will i cillmand. Hence
the dliht'rati, ah:lid.)lnl niLmln of 111('
it I' liittrt d to lm akel; 1- I ii 'iTllll'l. ill iOn-l
luest of I i i ". (Gerlultlly is to b:i
ha , : t;ipluil to Ih Iti lllt ' -most ,
I ndia l.as i btl p xploited and as Iir
ll laud has been exploited1 andi as l
SCongo i- s ii I n exp11 loit ! and a;1 -
ti,. I olih I litll Sir.itish and tril1n'h tilli
i)a1 ill t 1 'o lli :.e ill .\fii'l G h;lVl i IIP:1
cilxplili l d. ill unl ti llleed d in atli'
had. If G el'!ans anno t li h b bled
dry enough It, f !rnish the mloney,
t11h1l Russia ImanIF! J..").
t l'lrder"',arionl digui,e:, a;.enls. of
- thie old lgilte ill Iill niI ar, working
111in t th It'iitie Sl ates at tin s l 1 to
,I , 0 I t xlu a -i iIttn fre mntlu' il hil (li
I abolital latIth ln. ilow fr1 they hI.tve
Sprlepated the capitalist lir's for theirI
final stroke i ; out revoalod. hut
I te.e' have secured Kglial rl.upporlt Ill
the ki Ipl pI ss for Iii llr o x, ic.tlll iof
x h11 lzurist x olt hal. 'The y h'til
S\ all stret ptll'tpared flor thie fIll of
lolchhiuk aftr recoguiionl. They are
\whin.,lrin; lit outlin!. of the c'linlax.
Is it possible th1t the 0inlI I ex 1pertl1
who havell jllust r10i.ned oill Ifo ihe
IA1 1eria Iiill illllissiolls ill Pal i,. ill
l ltest a t lhe policies hoptu d lhdrt e
hbd an inkling of til sceillme t
lalie Rullssia aI co qulI| 'red protvinle 01
Britain, Gernl'nl y and Japan, . it is
possible tihat they aspet that ith1
I'nlied States is to g'et tIhe Tamlpico
oil fields, or perh;ll., the whole of
\lexico. under a lim til;n' application
of i' peace of right aind juslice "
WVillialm (. linllitt. onie of thI
:\lA eric ln mulmll is;ion whicht was ill
who ha(,e resigned.
It is not .;n 'wn that Pre (iionl
Wilson has any knowtledge of the
s hel menl. hIlt the sl lpposition is that
th1 sch'nters are going to try to
I for' it 11)n11 E 1"Ope and Asia.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
W Iulletin advertiser!.
WIFE OF BYRON
\V( lontinued lirot Page Que..
.lre. Cooney was spared the indig- (
nlity of urrest by a Iregularly C ltie - (
totrd ofT'iter, it is tlatled, wXhen her
ithsbondt secured ptossession of the
warrant issued at the reutlest of the t
county aIttorney''s office(, and p]'rson- t
ally served it on his wife with the
r1' ine 1 that sh'e appear lwf'u'tr Jud"e.
()lt in by in itlorder to hiave leer bondtis
-;.(. It wa'i state('d this afteIrnoon
IIh:it Ml'. Cootney had mail'' heor p
t.eltranice iln lonrt and h.er bondls hlad
,,ottn set at h5ji0. furnistihd bIy Edgiar
\lndriax anid "'Big Alike" ,ulllivun.
Ill .ring VilI'; set for .ulne ,.
F IA)NitIUN AS. l"!iT.
T'Il( colmpllaint as filed Iby the coun
ty tltorney cites, with reference to
Ihe allegations iagainslt AIrs. ('ooney:
"'That she did tllllawftlly, wr)ong
fullyv and feloniously wound atnd in
flict g;rievous bodily harnl upon Nel
li.' 1Sullivau, it hlitt nt being, with anill
wit blol it wtie)ta "
1'it aineld relatiolns ib t en ithe
i iurt Iho. crlowd aind Mrs. Sullivan
in(o Oplenl vialTr. Millce tlh tiln0e
allegetd toI ha:lve been ustdl almost ex
closivt ly by" Mrs. .Cooney f',t (;nin
it sig t pliur pos previ ous to tl'( li h'* t II t
'.\lr. s 'll ltan' camll paign to Slit
Ktltard tlhl taxpl ayt ers' i lltllo :IpplI -
oltily it, n I ave resortted to " .i'.Uncl
i ' lioln , i . -i t I ltt'l I .
Sullivan, th, \\''t-: I tngaged in lolk
illg p at X It ubil (r il a telephon1Le book
i lith hal! 'ty at' tsit Van )(oz'
a aiti 1 n1 e s ai : ;outlh lttlian t
s;'.', I, short ly bht'el' !- i o' coct< Sat
1'u 1rday elvening, \htull Mrs. Cooney
s lddtilly appi , ii t fro i the Valtt
I)oozer's living pl I tul ents ailll -i t
(( ailn uitl'l',pr oi d a:,s.ull pon Uli ra.
Sulliva" The vi, i1n1 of the a ,sault
de.hrard that, with a cry of ragi ' nod
hutling inve ti\ all her, .\Ars.
('oonei y grasped hlp hy t11e hlair and
lore sit M rs. S ilivaili' clothing.
Ilaz d it the su. h lue-is of tihto n
cw it-i . , A. irs. ,ulll i i .1 aid that \I'
('o11?- waS aboll to In 1,1a her dLw
lll stairway by Ihl hbair w\vh n
youill .lack Sullivan. ;( son of the
coiuliltV iunditor, app 'ared and cilue
to his mother's assistance.
-irs. Sullivan, with her clothing
f pl'l'ly tlrn frOmll her (i!y ;trad suil
1+'r° g fro Cl1t.; and , mi 1lt.'i ns
\here slie had b1 eell S.r110. by 1the11 -
llultul- .11's. ('OOiey, W(as taken to
ih,-r 1roo111, where, som111 .1 i tll illltes
haour, she said, the sta't of the set.
o!nd stssa lt was staged
Oil t1is ' cond 1occasioni. ancel( li4
;ill to .is. SulliVan's statoement of!
Sli ati- s.Ite was called to he('r d(oir4 ,
lhd (!i'.0!e "tas confronted .by ol4.
('o 1i1, , a )d one other. .'(s. Ci oonet
hen; i.'ll ed lher again .[ Mrs. S't1il-:
van tid. this time using a curline'
iron 1;" wealo ll,' 1
1k wiou:s blow willh the curllin .i
ir .n on I. 's. Sulliv\anu s fol(rei(tn I
br 0h:;t thle bl d an11d t llendered li
ill )tnscit ns. Shi e fetll to tilhe floo .
i, .:.el d, and while in that condit It:
; i ,icklid and b Heaten lnulu n,
lil b, (n'd side (r'e a 414115 (f b(r( i..
in lit , i(1nwhil 'e. ! is si lted,
oali . ltter 1l t 'SOlls ill the house ili4 '
fo'ed and prevented f~urther puni-h
1. It is also stated that a y44oun4 .
matntliiu1 employed in the p rl 'lm :1
i; , had att1 oll )ptedl to inlerfe.i'i'
w4ilh younlg Jack 1Sullivan', defla:t '
of ihis mother, bu111 w Irevnted by
theo ;rrival' of 1 flrie d (if lthe fai ll
wh\, slopped the row.
1r \Ilngin!n 4wa4 called to. r '.:]
4!1 'ullivall's wounds and\ , :-ho i 1
still under the care of the phy i - ic
I4iRIEACH 1' . 1ENS ..
'Mrs. Sullivan de'lared thils mor:
in t it: she haId 11no trouble wi4
A'ls. ('o4 .ey until the tin4 she t
fuse'd to p4,rnlit ipayment1 by the
missio'lr., f lor the llluick autom4 llbi!,
.l'ge'1 to have beOen ttsed by .'it
t'oonevy tr campaign purposes. \vhilb
ostellsibly ' plllrchasged for the l:. ,
('county lepat t'ln.nts. . Previous' 4 .
that tii ,, it was stIated. Mrs. Sull;
vall' a4 I ' 'rs. ('olo(4 ,ywy W , 111 '
'o4Ill't terms('( . T'he bre( ach Ca1
th n' is '' id to h1ave widened is .\' ,L
Sulli--' t :4tilng ill her capiaci y
count u11 (litor', has aroused the ir1
of sir. (' oney and his fello;,' ln'i,
b '" 4o f thle board of cou('ti y .
1 4.:--(i e 1rs in her effo'rts .to i' 'i
1te h(eard froml illegally stpen,'ii
the ita1pa y "rs' money for u1sele
I.4 .lm IGIIT WITH 11Yl)..
Whoen seen this n(orning vby
'repk'et Witutive of The 1U il'.:.::i,. "1:
Cooney merely s it1id lihat he did not
care to expl; .s oy disalplproval ofI
Mrs. Couoney': altion in assaullting
Mrs. Sullivan. li' said the two
ladies had nit I,,,,.an sleoaking to one
anotther since Air,. Sotiiivan had heen
oppaosing .-moun olf ('Con in ssill".e:
Cooney's ,ublie acts; that lost
Saturday eveniing whenl the Iwo met.
lMrs. Sulliv:an ialed Mrs. ('ooney a
nalle anl t hat \lls. ('coney there
upon "ellluetld up" on tih' counttty
Mrs. Colney corroborated her
,liu: ' ('o t ee ' stcae i len l,t l
1)IiE-CT .cTION .)O'T.
11 lias (beenl ccomnion knowli dge
fori samn p tlime tlhat Mr's. Sullivani':
acotion in thwalitinig the countly conm
mtissionner's had .lroused tlhe ire of
t e memo,1rs o1f Ithe board, rspoe ially
Iyron (Couney. 1te anemic editor of
an all'e' d American ptublication.
yrou, lhe it klnown. is not a battler.
Ii 'self, alth iotgh h' l i approves of
battles and aidvocates direct action
-- for othel'; and by others; for
tHy,"o), whalt.-v elrts t may lack.
is nt .minu in good itidgnient when
it CoIt'es to not taking cltances in
filont-line iVIiest . Thlterefore, it
appear:", w\e. the ('cooney branch of
1lhe coutll l un, family de,'idedl thai
nothing liut I i,' shedding of blood
would s fliic In plut a stop ti o the
,illerferoli., with their plans ill con
Tel iol i. i I dl 1it1 1axpla Yers' ioney,
the hold ;end active ,ampaigner, the
virile and irrepro-:sible hotter Iullt
of file f1. l " (.1O'('n ty : C o.'OH
sl .' d . ile h ltld-to-11ha11 o111mb t
"LOSi T IA'I'TAII\" AIN Hi1ME.
Thcllml:a: .1. 5\lin1ion. member of
Oll l]i y , -I . I '071h infti t'. a part of
the1 fillullo!S "lo t taltl lioll" has re
lurneld t', his holt,'. Lo' \Vest Quartz
sll'e I. O)f the 5110 m11e! s lrrollndc.d
by the H1-una Oil lthet U'iiniou: oecasion,
Il'rivilo \lanit0 Wa- ittie of the 81111
I.iu;vs Angcondal ivevr''y ive ning
(IIn arival of tirain from iltie at
. p. Il.. ariving ait Philipsburg
at 7 1), mn.
i\Y Y I SA\\\ IT IN BI;I.I.ETIN
We Serve thie Best on thie Market
at PIopular IPrices.
69 E. PARK ST.
SAY YO SAWV IT IN tULILETIN
210 Last Park St.
Odd lace curtains .35c
$1.50 neckwear ..95c
Children's Ferris waists
$1 ladies' neckwear....15c
'2.25 child's shoes $1.95
Y4.50 growing girls' shoes
at pair $3.65
Childs' bloomers 40c
$2t siik dresses $15
S5 corsets ....- .......$3.90
$6.5C silk dress skir;.s
for ... $4.85
2,0 aprons ---. $1.95
S1450 raincoats $8.- 0
5 trimmed hats -.$3.90
Direct your friends to this
Practically All Seeding Is
Completed and Recent
Rains H ave Beneficial
Helena, May 2 6.--Clo p .onditioi.s
threuueg~loli ontana are' reported l
excellent in most cases, by the cou-n
ty agricultural agents reportinlg to
.Charlt s 1). Greenfield, collliiolssion
of agriculture and publicity, for the
'week colting Mlay 1-. Prtatitally . i!
of the countie ;. report' s110owt1 1
heavly rains l. ilch hale ctaused gia.i
improvement in both spring and .-; I
IeI whi(at and in range conilditiun.
\'ry I:ttle :seeding of i1slll l gralti:,
remains to be done. A gobod acreae .I
of corn is planted this year and con-i
ditions are excellent for sugar beool;
in llihe sugar beet section. With tis.
warmer cweather all 1)crops are .x
pect(.d to make rapid growth in the
next few weetks. Following are the
'-onditions of the differenit countic:
RIichland county --Pastures grow _
ing well. Livestockl showing greati
illproVt men t. AV'heat seeding about
three-fourths done, oats seeding on(
third done. Acreage of both will be
below last year. Barley sacrea-t
:;li ghtly increast (i, corn and flax 2.!
per cent incrit an d. Alfalfa hay loios
Prairie county. --- P'ractically ;il
wheat and o its planltd. Corn plantL
tog just beginning. Livestock in ex
cellclt condition and grass getting
high enough for good pasture. Win
te wllheat in txce(llent condition.
Custer county. --- Crop conditions
excellent. Spring wheat practically
:111 up and grt icing rap iidly. mollit
tllrn has bteen ptlanted. I'astulres
11and menlaldowv; were never better it
this season. All classes livestock in
I)awson county. -- Wheat 75 per
ccnllt sown, 501 per cent up. IL.eciit
rains halve added ml1oisture' reserve to
the soil. lanllge canttl: are pickling
up rapidly. Labor still very sho;t.
Yellowstone county. --- Two light
showers fell during the week. Spring
whelat is germlinating ini excellent.
shape. The 'sugar beet acreage wilh
ie in creased. Condition of all live
titock generally good.
RIosebud county.-- Weather cool.
Showers fort part of week. Condi
tion of spring and winlt.er wheat anat
ye 100) per c ent. Both rye antU
wheats far advanced. 'ulrn is bein:;
plant(d by it large 1numbher of farm
era at this time. (lGrass is growingl
Musst lsh ll county. --- Veathei
warn1 and fair with local showers es,
p1l-r1illy in lthe eastern part. Crop,
stock andl gr'ass conditions 101)0 per)
clnt f'or growth and development.
Stillwater county. ---- Cloudy anlt.
cool most of the w\\eek with local
S.lower!:. A good gelneral rain is
needed. Spring whe;at germlination
delayed in dryer sections. Alfalfa
mallkinllg slow growth. Some corn be
toll ocounty. - - Crop conditions
Iractlically same ais last week. A
light shower fell, but not enough to
affect any great change. ivestock
in fair c(c:nditicn.
holteau county. --- igilt locas
shoiwers bnefitf so'ltme part-s of th.
ountliy. Temlperature slightly cotol
and louadl at btgilnning nt1( end of
\vweek. tWtVintter grain in need of mllo.s
tuir. Spring wheat seeding 9'0 pet
cent cOl lpleted.
S Vally county.---Ail crops i:oking
very fIavorable and there is tileit.
of cool moisturte. ltactically all of
the . hit-at ,:eeded. Riange itllprovint;
fast. Calttle in good hap)e.
Toeleo county.- Pr'ectilpitation four
Stenths inch lattl. part of week. Rlaitl
esp (' e!lly valuable to fall grain
\V l!1-at 90 pr crc1nt eetdeld. Oats 1o
Itt 21 per centll in.
Ilroadwater county. -- Local and'
intermittent showXers. Fall grain in
fair condition. Range shows slight
0llll1)O\ F11 111.
lewis and ('1ll'k coinlty.- TelperI'
- atuIor below normal with good show
t r. latttr part of week. Small grains
Illkinlgil good growth. Oats 1and
barlty 1ra1cicrally all seeded.
Casceatdi countlny. --- Light shower.
h1v13 hellt di the situationll. Still
lgttdin t ?I1rin1g wheat. Cutlt worll:
doing sole dtlamage to winllter whc.:.
iabor suffbic lent.
Ft rgus coilnLy. ---- Winter 3n1.,
.Iring whllt:I CondlitionIs good. Seed
ing practically completed. A larg,,
c(ornll ; ltwrong.l . in e/tIb ~l'ln part of coulll
ty. lght showers benefit sprlin
lis::oula cruntiiy.- Light shlower:
r cport cd. Potat o N: ,amIinlg just st lrl
ing. Some Iwh:elt fihelts show wix(
w5o111 di. lm age.
laivlli countiy. Cropls generally I
go0(d. No-thern l ti of county neti:;
r;1in, bIut southe1iii illtd is well sui:
plited with moisture.
Sanders county. Good rain fell
ldurilg the -,e-k. (On lhe whole the
crop 0onlditions are favorable witii:
the rsecrvationtl sectionll better thlla
lIst y'ar. i-lay crop showing up well.
.A chck for $50.000, $35.000 of
which will he devoted to improving
Tho'1tlpsion park, was given Butte on
Saiulday by Col. William Boyce
Thonlpsoun ,f New York. through the
medium of E. B. Howell, president
of the William Boyce Thompson wel
fare fund. The remaining $15,000
of the donation will be devoted to
the h ,:,, fund of the Butte
Y . Ai. C . A . ,.s
:A nl it o a.tr·ent cf his intention to
give thel community $5.0,000 was
made by t'c!onel Thompson while on
at 'visit to Butte last w'nter. The
netual donation was withheld until
the Ritaory club and other bodies of
the city had decided on tentative
plans for its expenditure.
T. W. Cunningham Earl Aikin W. D. Martin
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING WORKS
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Comfort and Wear, the Main
Our shoes are made by real Union _'
Shoemakers, whgse pride is the cre
ative skill of artizanship. The up
pers are made of the finest Calf
skins and vici kids. The soles, in
soles and countler s are of the best ~ `
sole-leather obtainable. Hene
wear and comfort. While the prices
on shoes have advanced everywhere,
we still maintain the popular-price
policy. Try a pair.
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Branch Store, 43 E. Park. - Men
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Queen Mary of England.
Queen Mary. consort of George V
of England, stands today on the
threshho!d of her 53d year, si'cee
shle was born May 26, 1S67. Bef )re
herl marriage the queen was: Princese
Victoria Mary Augusta Louisa Olga
Pauline Claudine Agnes of Teck.
She was carefully educated and while
she is fond of music and plays the
piano fairly well, her tastes are of ;
practical trend. She is the most ex
pert needlewoman in the royal fant
ily, and is an expert with the sewing
machine. Her eldest son, tihe Prince
of W\ales, is not only a well trained
soldier and a line athlete, but. thanks
to his mother's instruction, he can
knit a stocking with the best of them.
Simple food, plain clothing. regular
hours, open-air life and respect for
elders are the mea.'stllrs advocat,'d
by Queen Mary in the rearing of her
children, and she practiced what site
p'reached in raising her own brood.
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