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Identifier: christianheralds19unse
Title: Christian herald and signs of our times
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Publisher: [New York, The Christian Herald]
Contributing Library: Christian Herald Association
Digitizing Sponsor: Tisch Library, Tufts University

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lished its home. Bismarcks dog has beenalmost as well known in Germany as Bis-marck, and the Queen of England is thehead of humane work in that country.Herein is a good lesson for our girls andboys, of kindness and consideration to thedumb creation. Children and Money. Let children know something of theworth of money, by earning it. Over-paythem if you will, but let them get someidea of equivalents. If they get distortednotions of values at the start, they willnever be righted. Daniel Webster kneweverything except how to use money.From boyhood he had things mixed up.His mother gave him and Ezekiel moneyfor Fourth of July. As the boys cameback from the village, the mother said, Daniel, what did you buy with yourmoney? and he answered : I bought acake and a candy, and some apples, andsome tire-crackers. Then turning to Eze-kiel, she said, What did you buy withvour money? Oh, said Ezekiel,{i Daniel borrowed mine, which was true.On the other hand, it is a ruinous policy to be parsi- moni-

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THE BAPTISM OF LITTLE PRINCESS OLGA AT TSARKOE-SELO. completed the conversion of the Russiannation, who have ever since remained trueto the Christian faith. Vladimir is thepatron saint of the nation, and the mem-ory of Olga, the first convert, is now re-vived by the recent baptism at the beau-tiful Tsarkoe-Selo Palace. Be Kind to the Brutes. Abraham Lincoln, says a writer in OurDumb Animals, would as soon have cut offhis right arm as have spent a summer inthe Adirondacks shooting deer for fun.Grant was noted for his kindness to dumbanimais. So was Garfield. Sherman wasVice-President of the Missouri Society forthe Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.Custer changed his line of march to passaround the nest of a mother bird and heryoung. No Southern general, to our knowl-edge, ever rode a mutilated horse. Well-ington, the greatest of English command-ers, gave special orders for the protection ous with children. If a boy happens tofind that a parent has plenty of money,and he, the boy, has no

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