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TI1FJ CACCASIA5 (T&nr4sy. January jj . i 4 If ii I) 7'i I r r h honored by oaf fathers and still j V1IAT TO DO WITII THE SMAIX worthy of honor by thtir chiHrva.4 UOV W1IO SMOKKsi. We know the hurry mad the rtsb o? . Tw . w . tt tsomfn hour la many a Chri. I t?! a 1 036 tun household. W. are sot unwind. J aJ? "f"al fj tul of the dlSenlUe attendant s i Hf1 J3 TV rf' PfaL the regular entrance of "time. Zi I1 tmon parent- u on. who teatoai" of family demotion. We i w" J?, . f fT? f thrfor d nnt ff.r rt., 5 children, hi oa included. Jway ul.tJcns for the nialntensnce of r ? ,00! J?-" ?. W4. Tt OO.VTKXTMKXT. I would not chafe. O I-ord, beneath Thy hand. Nor murmur at the limits of my life; I would not ipend my time for gold or land. Nor waate my strength of mind in telflah strife. I would not stupefy my soul with bate, Nor mar my pear within by en vy rife; I would not call God's dealings "bitter fate," Nor scold because misfortunes en ter life. Melon la the home, but we do an? author aays thrt tMt role of omnia elence and omnipotent can deceive dingy, gloomy room of an abandoned the untneakable Importance of finJ-r. V, 7, " ca"r- A a inas- w a wutr way 10 aaadie COttOn-ei& In fepr ntj.fi-m Mnmniil. I Insr m. rim mrni r rs . fen ty. with tea little colored pupils, before their children, and to culti- 7 1 flowing caae U reported. Sho waa a bit dlscoursred br th rate that snirtt of rrnf Ani CAJ ''here the pareau. accord- Ml TO YClh-OY SIS1H1 rFMI ftft BMfl rM A 1 1ns from Wonuin AJim I avrMtaKlUMirnk .1 watti4irt rm Irninnt It , raw roe a tri lack of neighborhood interest. Peo-I without which character is poor in.13 IO lC0 aumor. oeait wiaely with i pie stood aloof, afraid to encourage deed." a tourteea-year-old boy who had j the enterprtae because of its difflcul- The closing paragraphs urge par-r ,.tfL UP E:a?.kIniV I w I wmaltoi It wta OQartyxmojabovJ IJm tllr. r, um,i for she had great faith In God, and of a "blessing" at the table, and to). 7 I0ar fznl,r; fcne bad already dedicated her work to Ills glory and she believed that tie would carry It safely over all hardships and obstacles to the final good of her race. By and by the white people of the ta wl e Imm &m tve ct l hrttmtmimm mm sol kh toUe . graUy attracte4 by SSKSSSailS era manlr accomoliih. fit"??' If he had been brought old SfTfl? ?aty d ?r9r nrm LMorrbo always rf - n OMIte Sc-rI. Tub tatA.. 1 k. . see that only such direralona be per-f . u . greauj a mitted on Sunday aa "will strengthen ? fonaiden manly accomplish and cement the home ties In whose ? " a brought up "mt wttamy koa.mdy. linmaM.Mt U tmmnmmannJ?? perpetuity lies the safety of church ll ParlUa sphere, he would ; F5S55S2 fcna state. uii crop 01 wua It la customarr to nld th?oat KTeat 10 bIm u the glamour! t23TI5f!rJr community began to take a promia- "rush" of our modern life as an ex-Ior ine IorDiaaea thing. If It savors fZTFJi iniiwiiiM,iiduffWiidy'.tm . . .u VMVI iaC9lnQ ovuuui j iwi a ubcuuc ut religious CX-' , ( gj pUTf 13 gfT Dei TI " U ror loung uoiored People; they setlercues In the home. The "rush" la would not be one thing that I am,ai,ae inr race prejudice and ex-1 almost altogether of our own making not, I amiiied the project fairly and with a and is easily obviated by a definite (Excepting that I crave to grow friendly iplrlt that gave them to un- decision on our part that some things like Thee) (deratand the great importance of the are more Important than the things I would not seek aa eaaier earthly "Uf 1UC7 accepiea ;mma wiiaon'a wnicn seem to compel the "rush." lot ' effort In exactly, the right way. A J Western Chriatlan Advocate. The one I have by Ged waa glvea few of the prominent citizens aup ma. 1 ported her alma by becoming mem bers of the school board of directors TINY'S ALARM CLOCK. ' ",U",n"th1,w-ll0a Wl,r' "r Wht"- Ve" tbe kInd"t 0t tbeM "bH Tiny looked up from her ,laU a. nor now; j friends were unable to heln Miss k.k rr 1 would not r.ra for augnt thu It' Wltoo. ananclal.r and the Droit 5" "Z" fme ln ." not mine; grew the need ot mom bwiiu . t7. V.. j -.'7 paper Dun- ' w i uir in nix iiMnfia n . t. iau IU 11J f C I him. ' "Oh, Kent, what is It?" she asK ed, curiously. "Anything for me!" "No," said Kent. "Such a wide awake puss as you are doesn't need rhen we cigarette Before Thy perfect will my will weuld more and more pressing oowI I Miss Wilson, finding it impossible My life enrich ita poverty in Thine! to enlarge her work to meet with ita Wm. A. Lee. 4n the Watchman, increasing demands, took the only way to secure the necessary help by ... ,r. M going North and she had to pay all MAKING TOEIU-imKAM COME, her traveling and boarding expense. in manual labor and making her ap When Lillian Nordlca was a little PeaI to sympathetic and well-to-do girl up among the Maine pines, poor northerners. And she succeeded in and entirely without influential getting together sufficient funds to friends, she dreamed gloriously of resume her work satisfactorily by achieving great things through her employing additional teachers and golden voice, which was even then enlarging the equipments generally, wonderful but wholly untrained. She Now the Mayesville Industrial knew that many other girls had sweet School for Young Colored People has voices, quite as sweet as hers, In an annual enrollment of six hundred fact, but even at a very early age PUP8. and it owhs over fifty-five she realized what very, very few acres of fine farming land right in glrla with golden voices consider in the heart of the "black belt," and their youth, that to attain notable eight substantial school buildings, in success would require more thaa cludMng chapel, classrooms, and boys' ordinary training, more than musical dormitories, a carpenter shop, a influence or professional backing; blacksmith shop, a neat little build that to reach the heights she dream- in in which girls are taught dress ed of she would have to climb and making, and several other buildings climb and climb with untiring pa- devoted to industrial purposes. Last tience and courage, to suffer all year thirty-five indigent pupils were kinds of disappointments in silence, supported entirely by the school, in to refrain from many of the delights spite of the fact that funds were so dear to the heart of universal very low. girlhood In order that all her ener- Boys are taught the best farming gles might be made to count in the methods, and girls are instructed in long fight. aH the household arts, as well as in She did not stop dreaming, but the ordinary school studies, for from .while she dreamed she worked to the very first Miss Wilson's aim has make her dreams come true. The been to teach young colored people story of her early lant one, still more tale of how she. accepted her flrsi IIow many ambitious, well-inten defeat in Italy, without a tear, full tioned young girls who dream great of resolution to win against all odds. areams have the courage and perse She went back to her native America perance to make their dreams come after that and her compatriots re- true through unflagging personal en- celved her coldly after a polite but deavors? By Hjort Valdemir, in aids to early rising," and he untied the strings and opened the packaee "Why, it's a clock!" said Tiny, dis appointed. "We've got three clocks now, Kent. , What made you bring another?" Kent began winding the little clock. "You just listen," he said. Whir-r-r! Rattle, rattle, rattle! Whir-r-r! What a way for a clock to strike! "It's an alarm clock," explained Kent, smiling at Tiny's wonder. "We can set it so that thfc alarm almost Irresistible "He was only fourteen noticed a inggestlon of smoke about him. " 'Have you been smoking, my boy? his father aaked In a tone an- suggestive of rebuke. Lawrence ad- mitted tnat he had. I should be orry If It stopped your growth or In jured your heart, to that you could not go in for athletics at college. his father went on In a caiaal tone. I would rather you did not. If you ao not care very much about It. I will give each of you boyi a hundred dollars If you will not smoke until you are twenty-one. Think It over for a few days. If you decide that you prefer to smoke, and if, after you have had a talk with the doctor, you are not afraid of what It may do to you, your mother will find a place for you to smoke.' "A few words from our doctor, treating the matter from a scientific point of view, helped Lawrence to decide that he would take the hun dred dollars. The other boys de cided as he did; this ended It." Oouth Bond, Ind., u. &. a Mail-Carriers Will Fly. This is an age of great discoveries ft I I 2 1 i . B . siriKe ai any time of night and progress noes on tbe air. Soon we wake us. You know I have to leave mav see ttncle Sam's mail-carriers home before daylight sometimes" I flying in all directions, transporting for Kent was a railroad engineer. ! mail- People take a wonderful in- how very, very funny!" said Tiny terest in a discovery that benefits witn sparkling eyes. "Goes off all ! them. That's why Dr. King's New itself, without anyone touchine it! ! Discovery for Coughs. Colds and nth. Oh, how I wish I had one!" er Throat and Luner d There's another funny thine ! most popular medicine in Amerira about it," went on Kent. "If people "lt cured me of a deadful cough," don't mind the alarm when it strikes, j writes Mrs. J. f. Davis, Stickney but think they will sleep a little lone- ' Corner, Me., "after doctor's trat- er, they grow less liable to be wak- ment and" all other remedies had ed by it, and soon it doesn't make failed." For coughs, colds or anv any impression at all." bronical affection its iinpnimi-H Tiny considered. "I wish I could ! Price, 50 cents and $1.00. THai have one all my own," she said ! bottle free at all druggists. i- , rnmnletA inrinor u-i.-. 7 c uc ou,-u iU io near Biiuggic ih a gai- r--v ..ivncuvc ui uigLMisii it go off" e inspiring is the order. You av ffiarfoa Bute's Haleifih Sp2cch Will Cost Only 5 Cents a JCopy, Postpdd, in Pamphlet Fortx Send in Orders for Copies for Yourself end Friends. faougk ritrt have beta mtlfid to Jutlfj prtntln la panphWl tr Uarloi BuUtr'a ipcn madt la RjLUigh Nevtaber 4ti. It will make a pamphlet ef abemt 10 pages and the coat will W 4 mmu It will max a paophUt ef about SI paces and the coat win ut ceata a copy, but if tent by nail the coat will be g cents a copy. If yo have not seat la yeur order, do ao at one. After Lb n., n la printed and the type U distributed, we will sot be able to faralaTT!. more copies. aay A copy, of thla tpech la tbe ban da of every voter would meaa the feat of the Democratic ring in this State. Hake out yeur order in the blank below and mail AT ONCfl. " -- THE CAUCASIAN. Raleigh. N. C. Dear Sirs: Please have printed and hold subject to my order coplea of Marlon Butler's Raleigh speech. NAME P. O DATE 1111. IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH Travel via THE CHESAPEAKE LINE Daily Service Including Sunday. ClTY'oPf'iSniip" P'Cfj! in 0,6 "CITY OF NORFOLK" ul IQUIPPED WITH WIRILESS-TELEPHOKE III EACH ROCf.1 DEIICIQUS MEALS OH BOARD. EVERYTHING FOR COMFORT AflD COHVEI S Steamers leave Norfolk (Jackson St.) 6:15 d m Lcava om pj r . Reservations made and any information courteously f urniahed by W. H. PARNELL, T. P. A, Norfolk, Va. perfectly unenthusiastic hearing. It is not the fault of my voice," she said to her few intimately sym pathetic friends. "I have not pre parea myseir sufficiently have not trained my voice thoroughly enough." Young People. RKLIGIOX IX THE HOME. The Presbytery of Chicago has just issued a pastoral letter deserving of more than dpnnminatJnnol She returned to Paris and plunged Acknowledging thmeni0 a into study, heart and soul and mean- sensible of all that is excellent and while she grew in strength and grace of ennd rnorf- i ,.,. and understanding. She learned that today, the members of the Presbv- tery agreed to observe a better char H1 IS i great success comes only through j great enort, saennce ana indomitable courage. Now, after years of valiant en deavor, she has reached the heights, and her dreams are fulfilled. In New York, she was crowned with a mag nificent gift of diamonds, the acknow ledged queen of American song, but it is doubtful if that exultant crown ing meant half as much to her as her inward joy in her personal achievement. TFn t m rm Vi it rr V1 r hut nnltA n e X v fj spiring is the story of Emma Wil son's fulfillment of her dreams. A good many years ago a little colored Eirl was born in slavery, just at the close of the war. Hard times op pressed her parents so sorely that they, were hardly any better off for their freedom than they had been in alayery, and. for years little Emma lived a life of extreme poverty. But She was not unhappy far from It for she treasured a dream that filled lire heart with splendid visions. She wsn&3 to be ttf means' ef "ed nest ing the very poor of her then almost helpless race, and she worked prod! glously to secure the initial means- personal training--worked early and late, among strangers who cared little or nothing about her bodily fatigue or comfortj only for 'the labor that she could accomplish. In those dava of reconstruction th a j South was very poor and the labbr- j er8 wage was pitifully meager and opportunities smaa . indeed, . Emma Wilson had not even the advantages of theuordlnary .laborer, in .that, she possessed no manual training of any ort, hut she, did possess, nnauench .able enthusiasm, courage ' . without measnre, and a great love .for her Tace,, So . ahe spent s the bestl years ot hr.,gTlhcod toiling tremendously, and finally shu scored, the, first Mer. lory necessary,, for. the materiaUra- tloa of her 4reanv in attaining the -personal equipment, that fitted her to j Utako hold of the coveted project; acter of religious discipline than now obtains among the families of the the inestimable value of the "quiet hour," when in solitude the soul mav speaK to God and itself hear the voice of God. Next, it asks that nign honor be put upon the public worship of Almighty God," and that the people "forsake not the assem bling of themselves together for prayer and praise, for instruction and comfort and Inspiration, through the word of the divine truth." Then follows this paragraph on family wor ship: "We further admonish you to build anew the altars of family religion, 'e one," said Kent, grave- ly. "I? An alarm clock?" Kent nodded. "Where?" i "Right in there," said Kent, with; his hand over Tiny's heart. j "Well, I don't believe it ever went off," laughed Tiny. j "Yes, I'm sure it has. Wait till i you feel like doing something wrong. That little clock will say, 'Whir! Tiny, don't.' You see if it! doesn't." Tiny laughed and went back to j her examples. Soon a call came from j the kitchen: "Tiny, dear, I want' you." Tiny's mouth began to pout, but sne suddenly called out, cheerily: "Yes, mamma," and danced out of the room; looking back to say: "It went off then, Kent, good and loud." Kent nodded and smiled. "I thought it would," he said. And all of you little folks with alarm clocks must be sure to an swer the first call, or they will ring and ring in vain, and turn you out good-for-nothing men and women.--Selected. Fussy folks strain at little things; and se, too, does the careful dairyman. f ! ft 1912 You Will Elect a President To" " f 8PreT importance to you. The whole country is tlt ,i c,"6 S,d the PPessive Insurgent., on the other the v Conservative Standpatters. Both partie- will promise many thin. You will have to judge their claims and their fitness to carry them out these stirring times ' w 4 THE AMERICAN REVIEW OF REVIEWS is a necessity to the busy man or woman who values beinjr up to date In a hundred way, its editorials, its character sketches and i timely ardcle. will help you make your choice. It gives you the best, clearest arim accurate, non-partisan and unprejudiced new. that money an buV Tw the great monthly newspaper on which intelligent rpl. .v ywhJ;. ilr for their news, and you get this new. almo.t a. ppt,y 1 Zi JL In the great daily newspapers of the country. 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