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The biographer must not linger over the
circumstances of his birth and early educa-
tion in the town of Waterloo. Babies and child-
ren are mostly uninteresting and especially
when their latter career is better than the
first Omitting therefore the conventional ex-
ploits in eating, fighting, running away
and general disobedience, we may proceed
directly to the beginnings of manhood.

David was at first in a woollen factory
and moved about to various towns in
eastern Ontario and Quebec. He still
knows a good deal about dry goods and
dresses always fashionably as becomes one
who was a star man in the business. For
his advancement was phenomenally rapid
and people predicted that he would be
a magnate. In six or seven years he
Earned the various departmens of cloth

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