WILLIAM H. STEWARD.
is zealous, earnest and faithful. He encourages the younger
men of the race, endeavoring to have them seek the higher
walks of life and accomplish much that would at first
seem to be difficult, but which ought to be accomplished
with little effort. This is a constant care to him, to see
that these men make use of the time which God has given
to them. As a writer, he has great power of expression,
and readily reaches the point he desires to make without
any circuitous methods. As a speaker, he is eloquent, for¬
cible and convincing. His language is smooth, elegant
and persuasive, and succeeds in holding the attentio'n of
his audiences. His power with men is derived from the
effort he makes to serve a friend and to be true to the
vows of a true Mason and a worthy master.