A party of sergeants in Baden-Powell's old regiment were once asked by a civilian whether the men liked him.
He, too, saw this spectacle, and sent an account to Prof. Baden-Powell.
On his head was a battered Stetson, known to the trade as a Baden-Powell.
Example—the Mafeking stamps bearing the head of Baden-Powell.
While he was doing lessons at home Baden-Powell gave evidence of his bent.
Mr. Baden-Powell, the father of our hero, was a man of great powers.
On the same day Colonel Baden-Powell sent two truckloads of dynamite out of the place.
Baden-Powell's quality as a schoolboy may be judged by his later life.
Baden-Powell was keen about his work from the first, and never posed as a drawling Silenus in gold lace.
Says Baden-Powell, "There is no superfluous verbosity there."