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THE FARMER AND MECHANIC. IVILIUUIIUU UIIUI IW i.w.. . . BQQMTQ BACHELORS HEX Handshake Cordial And Its Variants Workers Advertise and Get All The Business They Can Do Inauguration Centers Interest of Southern Educators on University, You Can Gauge a Person's Character By Single Clasp of the Digits. II III SITE GAIETY STILIE Elks and Masons Conduct S-;;- vices Before Comedians 4i and Friends, Who does your mending, a man who lives hotfoots it to business early morn ing and frolics at night? And yours, dear beautiful lady, who spends the .i.-.v in tdiilanthronies and suffrage And yours, oh- bacneiors ana 'The inauguration of Dr. E. K. Now that kissing has gone out of fashion, perhaps women will in time jew York Tribune. gentle V 4 1 art of shaking . . -... i c . u., m oe nrocMont nT tne univei- acauire m atthedui.V Ana yours. b i w u 'Z ' tmi T, impmorial they tiit' r.f vnrth earn ins at Lnauei xii lanus. rium win, v. - has centred upon that university the haye punctiliously kissed one another, interest of educators in all parts of enemies alike while the South in one particular, ue?uac ---- Bnn v,flVP, scoffed Graham has indicatea mai me "" ,T,V in Dr. Graham nas inaicatea utt , looked service wmcn tne university na. " and and men on in muie a.11 without a The Elks' Club, home of hat usually bright with lights and sounding with song and laughter. , quiet Wednesday night. But it not deserted. On the contrary, it h more people than is usual ever gala nights. But they came row and departed in silence. hi , and that its "cheaper to get new, inexpensive wearables than to waste time and money having them made over or mended." Well, now let me tell you how a pair of men's glove that needed mend ing started the "Mind Your Mending" shop, which has a sociological aim, and puts money in your pocket at the tame time. The shop was started by Mr?. J. Fearle Barclay. Jr., whose name is identified with a dozen constructive movements, from the "Big Sisters" to the Florence Crittention League, and Miss Kva E. vom Baur, also a "Big Sister," as well as a very busy edi tor. Work For Unemployed. Mrs. Barclay sought a permanent means of furnishing employment to the long-unemployed and the wrongly employed. Miss vom Baur wanted to be mended up herself and help her friends to be. It was here that the gloves came in. "Who does your mending?" asked Miss vom Baur of the man with the ripped fingers. C""?-.fiiv nnTpr: raritv as the proverbial white crow. token arrichToVthe edu- When you do Je cation of negroes and correspondence her, you will find about ej a breezi courses for industrial workers, both ness, a straight-from-the-shouiuer- of which have been taken advantage ness tnat piainiy inuicaLe of to a large extent. has lived much among men and Good Roads Doctrine, good, honest, square dealing men at "TU cummer- crVi rrl pnnrsps for that Also should VOU be fortunate nnhii erhnnl tparhprs is attended bv enousrh to gain her confidence, you hundreds of teachers every summer will find that her views are broad, her and have been the means of improv- criticisms frank but just, her friend ing the efficiency of the public schools ships sincere and her heart generous, of the State. Some women some men, too- for "North Carolina probably has a the matter of that are too narrow, ereater mileage of good roads than too trivial to be capable of the warm any other State in the South. This is sympathetic clasp of the hand that is due in no small extent to the work the involuntary expression of good whih the university has done in its fellowship and kindly feeling. They road institutes, which are designed may be glad enough to see you, but to encourage good road construction even while they are extending their and to train road builders. fingers for the customary salute their Libraries for ural .Districts. pvps arp. fnrtivelv scanning your tea 1 K. lodges, they placed the coffin. Al-., r it and above it they banked M"n- some from his wife, his children a t his only brother. There were others from plawrs n the legitimate who knew him in 1 old days when he was often i. work for a small salary, and ir r,, those who knew him in the moti..?;-; picture world, when all tim w.i; working time if he wished, an.) his salary the price he himself sot. in ; his brethren of the Masonic fnu. r -ity, and his brother Elks, from the atrical managers, and from fru-r.N who knew him only through rh- screen. And in the early evening th-.-. friends and brethren began to assen bile in the clubhouse. At lirst th v came in pairs, then so many at a time V- .J U V. - . '7 j I , . . -. . . , , "Parkairp libraries directed and Ua or, ,i otirp and thev foreret M-nat on eieators ran express to th nromoted bv the university now reach I vT-vthinr else in the discovery that I upper floor. " I v - - v rr-7 i . i nearly 500 communities. This work your hat is unbecoming, or that your .mere usneis met ana round place is suPDlemented by extension bulle- LnWn is one of last season's made for all until the great. lodge room floor . . . . I - I "1 A 1 1 1 1 i i tins sent to ail sections or tne state over. ana inpie uer oi loages tnat surm.iuiit for the purpose of stirring up inter- A woman of this type is probably it were filled wth men and wonvp. "Vobodv" -iid he whn t,oV est in Questions relating to school, quite unconscious of the trend of her Most of them .ououy, feaici lie. When they nnrr.p ritv and State crovernment. i v.., v.,, rQrr,oin0 tt usher in the rv wore carnations. get too bad I throw home, citv and State government. if v . ' - JL IIU CU1U1I1U11H, Y OCiVAU TTXV nJf m?"! ki10m' ana-raysf 11 Which was organized by the univer- thoughts, but the fact remains that the hand she finally gives you is limp and lifeless. Whatever magnetism it A a a biari a menamg snop, wii you promise -Uv hn. been made nn official RtatA"".l""-::: to give us all your repair work?" IJon .1 "" A m . . m m irouoics oi a isuencior. "Rural conferences are held under' V luns ou Know tne the auspices of the university and before it reaches you. Meaning In a Handshake. Whether a person realizes it or not, usher in the outer room provided with blossoms with the message, "Hav j. flowrer for John." To the uninitiated red flowers in lapels or corsage looked out of plar at a funeral service. But the initiate knew and understood. It was th And the crowd wani hiS He. TvuT': have brought about a State-wide in- there is a lot"of meaning in a hand- amaranth of the Elks w liv liavo an; ;r '.ZJr. . accurately in a single brief meeting the lodge rooms downstairs . " Cj M m v f ' J IllVtlVIVUf -hole lot of ShJr chips U ere wh? Uos irurtl ,5Srovement f Cndl" -hake. You can gauge a man's char- came until even the outer room was ve at clubs and hotels.P They never 1StSeaDebatinS Content. ZZZXS TTl Se2f Sl.alh ?-Jpreart patches your clothes- but insists on of nubile sneaking. Each year also rJ! .T wlT!f uui ana ner two sons, arrived snortiy aiu ? celling you another suit in revenge, the winning athletic teams from Wgh if" 8 o'clock, the hour set for tn Sometimes the Janitor's wife helps schools are brought to the unversity, 'i" b iTf 7 ;Vf t, service, ana were taKen to seats near you out, but usually she's too busy or and play out a series for the champ- Eti1?' But ;?? contf;ct. of JJe the altar by way of a private entrant, too irrouchv. Start vnnr mendinp- innshin. Thev are trtven instrnotinn f13-"0 reeais everytning. it is tne Until the last moments there had been instantaneous commingling of elec- doubts of Mrs. Bimnv's a.bilitv to at ' - " ' 1 ' V.t f-y VV A fc I Ull T ViIVJ UUJOIVMI VAAX O I x X U .,X , I So they started it. And he did. He concerning the proper development ",T i lB-,w , vn tend the service. Up to the time that sent a batch of neckties and some and care of their bodies. T Vi tne body left their home, in accord- skirts and sock, apologetically. He "In chapel the university students :"" or w""1" witn wnom paid 3 for some of the tics, but they have formed an organization for .n. b m worn wnm thrncrh of Vrt lrrf Tii lcppninf t n f ?trPPts of TItp. tnwn Npan I . iiuiiaivuo x.iiu xxdiiu Iind Your Mendl a piece, rehemmed hp- f-iri.! .ntnn nff and thev freauentlv achieve this end . inerc 1S ine Quick, nervous 4 it and made some by turning out with road-building im- nds hake '.which means that you had magic touches here and there, and lo! plements. l, - . i 5 ... - . I rnutr. inu man iuhu a new tie ior a quarter This extension work has been con- better say quickly what you must sav at an ana tne less of it the better. The shirts and socks were whinned ducted largely under the direction of "Yr? .1S.. ine enusive nandshake, into shape in a jiffy, and the man Dr. Graham, who served as dean of mmcates tnat tnere is an ax to hardly knew them when they came the university for many years, and I zi you are neeaeo to home whole. his promise to expand it upon his be- sei!ye. as grindstones. There is the (lirls Get $7 a Week coming head of the institution is re- indifferent handshake, which we all The work is done at 30 cents per Sarded as auspicious." Vl All t aVA a T 49 it. 1 I ' 11 Vila.?-. ii me sucks omy nave Know tne insinuating handshake wnicn we should all be a wary of; vt v.aicoaiU6 Iia.IlUSIia.Ke, WniCU IS sm.tll hnie . Ki kk r SHORT COURSE FOR be done for a verv Utile monev Tf 3IEMBERS OF BOYS' CLUBS sometimes agreeable and sometimes milady's petticoat needs a new facing or ruffle, the girls will shop round for Announcement Given Out By Mr. T, material that matc and put the garment in perfect condition for lrss than what a new one would cost. If ciotnes need cleaning as well as re the reverse, and the limn handshaVo the giver of which willeldom prove a friend in adversity, sometimes the limp handshake only indicates tim- ance with the last wishes of the dea 1 that his brethren in the Elks and Ma sons might pay, him their last in spects, she held up bravely. Then ti broke down. But mind mastered i weary body. And then J. E. Dearden, exaUt-1 ruler, called the lodge to order, Chap lain Arthur Van Buren offering th brief prayer of the ritual. Thrice th secretary, James H. Carroll, called th name bestowed upon the dead man a 5 birth John H. Bunny and then, af ter a hymn by William Stephens, m order Robert A. Reilly, esteemed leading knight; J. H. Chris Mitchell, esteemed loyal knight, and Frederick pairs, the Mind Your Mending shop ni uiicnu to it ana save you the trouble. The girls employed at the Mind a our Aienaing R. RrtTOTi. a mend in adversitv. sometime uomsmim, esteemed lecturing kinum. There is to be held at the Aerricul- "mp handshake onlv indieate tirr, destined to tne nrtues or uunny. tural and Mechanical College at West idity. As they testified the lights in th Raleigh this summer, a Short Course 'mere is the timid ha.ndsbflv0 loase were gradually extinsruisnea un- for the members of the Pig, Poultry which is generally that of the innn. ll1 only tne lamps above the chair and Corn Club boys. It was decided cent and confidning. And there is &ave forth a dim radiance and n- to hold this August 17-2 0th, inclusive, I in-e nrm, kindly and magnetic hand- nam stePens read, "He Giveth in which is the first week of the annual shake, which heartens you un when Beloveth Sleep," his words were punctuated by sobs from the widow and more than one of the 1,500 pres ent was glad of the darkness that cov ered the furtive use of handkerchief---They were not ashamed to weep, but somehow they welcomed the wini- g shoD eet a HvW Demonstration Agents meeting. This you are downcast and sends you on , m . . . " -0 loll rrtra ATlrio xr -VV i a Knird 6nH I VOIII" WM V TX7 1th trm.-n V. -. ' . o. i weeKiy. rney work in a shon .ij. jum ucan up and a which Is clean, sweet and lieht Thev asents to reach Raleigh, and further- warm glow in your heart. And the have easy hours and a chance to run P101' ma-k?s it possible for the boys man or woman with a handshake like out in tne sunlight at noon. They work under the direction of women who are their friends and understand ing sisters. In short, the women who are back of the mending shop are more eager to patch, repair and re inforce some of the rents in our so- rial t si i m . .um uiuusinai raoric than the actual ones in our garments. CIIIXA YIELDS TO JAPAN. Acceptance of Demands Now Being PrenarcxU (By the Associated Tress). t t' ' ' as acceaeu held seDaratelv trt the .Tnnnnocn AnmnA I otrpew cciciy. iu come wun tne agents irom tneir "" w me man or Woman that win ij -rrt- - , I m o L- r - - . . iei;cuve uuuiities. ine ooys meei- true ixiena. ing will close Friday, allowing Satur day for them to get home. The school will devote the mornings from 9:00 to 12:10, to short lectures by members of the college faculty, station, and extension staff. The af ternoon will be left open for demon- t n-w, o. J w.: : i . i of interest at the college and in the X OIK OlZ6 Ox Average Egg It is hoped to have short evening anu VYnite DOUDie ThP Or the boys and men. The morning meetings for boys and men will be Hen Lays Eggs Weighing 3 1-2 Ozs, privacy. Then the officers of the lodcre placed the amaranth upon the coffin, there was more testimony, and the Elks paid their last tribute to their own. THE PHILADELPHIA SAILS. dinary Kind be Wd lnovrtleeShX nity for the club bo's to 3it their Thomasville, May 8 -Mrs Mi mi e nese rlrv et? the ChU college, get some real agricultural in- Ragan, of Route 2 dismayed' in i iiii ire r i iiii r-A Lrimi if u n ui n.ci anu l cv la. vj. d it tftim-hw mi moving to and from the Japanese le- UhQ c,mo time v, n dihtfni mm. w r ..."vt:;- ine e was I T,q v," " "Ti i-um xwnoae island w"6- ivv"u "ell. AireaflV 5ihA Vnc -i r gation, so that the legations wishes iniKin. ue ascertainea. i t. i 1 A i A, - -J1 The Chinese accentanee of the de- tv,o m-. ,"ef re a11 the same size iinaS. S nW b,e nf? Prepared under Rooms in the college dormitories will of an ordinary hi t th. t v that Japanese supenislon. be free, and meals in the college din- more than i dJibS F'tno rS11'?8 , , i ; ing hall at twenty-five cents each. ness. The shVll thlm?" Egg arc bringing big money now Those exnectiner to u the dormitn- t?.!?11 13 dark bown. The and the hens must be well fed and ries should bring sheets, pillow cases inches an t seven ana one-third kept warm and busy. and towels. cases inches around one way and eight and luiuca me oiner wnv. Cabins and Berths Foil and Steeraue at Iremium. New York, 'May 8. The America a liner Philadelphia, sailing for Liver pool today over the route traveled by the Liiisitania, steamed away with full cabins and with berths in the steer age at a premium. The usual. scenes of animation at the pier were replac ed however, by an atmosphere m-i subdued and sober. Six cancellations were recorded ar. the last minute. The Philadelphia had aboard 940 passengers and left be hind 150 persons, according to of ficers of the line, who would hav; sailed had there been accommodations. Peaches, plums, cherries and all stone fruits are to be planted in spring.