the law student that "there's plenty o: room above,' contains a truth of very ■wide applicntion. 'There's plenty o] room above' in every profession anc avocation. The diiïiculty is, not to flnc the higher poRitions, but to find men competent to fill them. A manager of a business establishment remarked, the other day, tbat they onght to have a good man in a certein position. "Why don't you get one ?" said bis friend, "That'e the dimculty,' he replied. "If I knew where to get the right man, I woiild discharge the one I have immediately." Tíiír is the general difficulty. Every avocntion is loqking after the right kind of men, and they are hard to find. Let young men remember this, and make thomselves masters of their business, and tliey will find no difficulty in seouring first-class positiona.