which he prayerfully seeks to attain, he hopes that some
one else more worthy may make a more successful at¬
The cuts and sketches in Chapter VII of this volume
are arranged alphabetically; no attempt was made to
rank them in their order of importance. The author re¬
grets very much having to crowd them into such
small space. You can sympathize with him when you
know that he started out with the intention of writing a
300 page book. He has paid dearly for his experience and
hopes to do better the next time.
Some typographical and other errors have been over¬
looked by the author. We trust that our readers will al¬
low our honest efforts in getting out this work to atone
for all errors.