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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Saturday, August 10, 1912
By Robert Minor
ESTABLISHED BV JOSEPH PtXITMR,
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All Ooutru-te In fhe International
Worl for the t'nlted str-tea
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Ob Monh v
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ONE ttUNDBED AND TWISTY TEAM ago t4q the King
and Quecii of Franco vere hustled" out of thtil jialar.e through
a howliflfc mob to a precarious refuse 111 a irgialative aeaemtily
where royalty win at that moment a football. Through the long An
gnit day Louis XVI. and Marie Antoinette sat in a ri'portern' box b
hjnd a acreon. forr-oil to listen to blooil ami t huutlor denunciatione of
Magi and all their works.
Nor wan there any dotfbt that what the law-makoTi wre. Baying
ne nation waa thinking. In that brief wnlk from the Tuileriea to
the igi!ativo Annoinbly the monarch of Franco had hoard himwH
jeered and hiird like a thief going to the gallows, and hia beautiful
wife pelted with name and inrult that would have made fishwife
btnih. People, legislator, army all had had enough of king and '
All day the p-nrgrnus Swia? OnanK the only armed men that re
mained loyal, in their gold lace and iMpOJliv palm, flefcnded the royal
palace, the laot aynihol of the monarchy, againnt the rabble of rioten
and liberty-mad BoMbl. Then at last the trembling King waa per-
tnaded to nend an order to the Swing to "cease firing upon hia faithful
people." With auperh discipline the order was obeyed. Whereupon
the "faithful people" burst through the palace gates, swnnned up the
broad ataircasea, massaiTod the Swiss Guards ami filled the great halls
with the ahoutinga and tramplings of triumphant republicanism.
The monarchy waa over.
It ia a famous picture one of the most famous in history. After
centuries of writhing under a crushing weight of power and oppres
sion the nation threw off its tyrants and savagely put them out of the
way. All violcncea, all horrors have tiocn lorgiven tnat new r ranee
arvimvlinrr in start llin Imll rnllinrr in now trroorofl In tnnk'O nraoticfii 1
democracy march under the glorious banner of Liberty, Kqnnlilv.
Fraternity. Never was nation more fiercely enthusiastic, more rabid
for freedom and liberty.
What happened? After the revolution the nation found itself
with a Candidate. This Candidate waa a superman with a wonderful
campaign cry: Fvery career open to talent! Everything for every
body! He waa Third Term Candidate ami Consul, then Perpetual
Candidate and Perpetual Consul.
Then he became Emperor. His "I aerve" bocame "T command'
The affaire, great and small, of the whole country were1 straightway
temped with ttiousanda and thouaanda of imperial IV. Then with
hia I't and hit armioa and hia amhitiona he gathered France into his
hand and beat and battered her againat the walla of foreign power
until her men were slaughtered and her money gone.
And under that Perpetual Candidate liberty was lost aight of and
gorernment became a greater tyranny than the Bourbons had ever
dreamt of. Becauae the Candidate's tyranny was the worst of all
tyranniei, the tyranny of one strong, selfish man over the imagina
tions and hopes of a free people.
That ia what happened to the eager nation that surrendered itse'f
to a strong and brilliant Candidate who began by crying "All things
for all men!"
The beat man in the world is only fit to be at the head of a
great government of free people so long as he can say "I serve."
Beware the moment when he oriea "I will," and U awed nation ii
ready to whisper "We obey."
HOW pathetic that picture of Big Bill Devery which we owe lo a
friend behind whom the ex-chief hides his shrinking form.
There stands the old warrior with his shield, his police manual and
hia fire key, ready at an hour's notice to jump back into the fray! Tie
laid to have declared that he would donate the salary of chief
inspector just to go on duty for two or three months and show 'em!
We are not surprised that recent development have made the
groat chief gloomy and him so out of it!
THE MAN who proposes to take his wife to Paris to cure her
of religious mania ia behind the times. The beat treatment
ia now Berlin.
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S thr riuoh a Ihlna an h ''on1n-Hlterll, Union?'" Inquired the Rib -alvely,
he held n matrh lo the Mere Man'a clfarette with DM tnd
and oarefully extracted a nusatlne fmm hia burnt-offering of chooolaaa"
with the other.
"Not yet." replied the Mere Man, "hut thera ouaht but whyf
"I only thought there must be." answered the Rib with a shrug
algh, "fromi the way In which the press and the pulpit, and th potr.a, and
j essayists ant the novelists, are 'denouncing Woman while you wait.' Wtaal'B
the matter with us. anyway?" she added plaintively.
The Mere Man let hie glance wander from the top of her ourly heaJ to
the tlo of her arlrlv skirt
"There doean't utrm to be a thing the matter with you In tha coiieJOb,"
haatlly aaaured her. "Don't mind the cartoonists and the Joke-wrltera thessre
KW to hare sometrring funny"
"We don't," broke in the Rib. "The cartoonist and the Joke-wrltera faaf I
take u SJRRIOT'riT.Y. And aa long aa a man doesn't tnke a woman seiloualy.
he doein't feel bitter toward her. Realcle. we know we're funny. But It'ei I
preachers who want to oait ua out Into deaert Isles, and the noveMsti who
U alive, and the denatured female who revile ti In print, and certain
papern anj periodicals that devote whole pages every Hunday, and
umn every week-day, to running down the weaker vessel and fllllng
Poor Vttle Rlbr" aald the Mere Man aoothlngly. " 'Nobody lovea -and
hand are cold.' "
"And It doesn't seem to matter what we do," went on the Rlh In aa as)
grieved vole. "Whatever a womnn is. Is wrong! On Sunday they pour thsj
wrath and play the lightning on the 'frivolous, spendthrift, Irresponsible creature;
and on Monday they take aim at the attong-armeil. strong-minded suffragette,
Tuesday, they run down the 'shiftless, selfish wife anJ mother;' Wedno4r
the 'useless old maid' comes In for It: Thursday, the 'feminine highbrow' gei
hers: Friday, .the 'frivolous lnvrhrow' Is served Old and Saturday, they tak
us JI In a heap and finish witli a wholsal- mossaov. So 1 thought there must
be "Unon" or a 'Society,' or something fof the prevention and extermination
of the Pemale of the Species'"
"No." said the Mere Man. "it's lust another case of the houn , I guess.
, Besides. It's hot weather, and there Irn't much to write or think about but the
i obvious thlnsj and Woman Is so OBVIOUS these days."
"Woman!" exclaimed the Rlh vehemently. "There never was a tfcma la
the hltory of tihe world when Woman had so much sense of honor, so much
sense of humor, so much sense of every kind, as she has to-day!"
"True"' sighed the Mere Man Mttorly. "But. thank HSaVtt), there are a few
dear, stupid, silly, frilly, little ones left!"
"What!" The Rib nearly overturn.-d the box of chocolates In her emotion.
I "A few nloa, cosy, lovnme, rnvoiou numan
"That" lust It!" exclaimed the Rib dramatically "Thst's exactly
worrying them They've discovered that we are HUMAN!"
"No, no, NO!" protested the Mere Men.
"As long as they believed we were either angels or devils. s'.,ts or siren.
kittens or vampires, they LOVBD us. We were either cute' or 'fascinating.'
harmless" or 'alluring.' 'good' or 'bad.' and Man was the only HUMAN BEIKO)
on the face of the earth. But now he has found out that we are human, too
He looks upon us as rivals"
"Don't say that" broke In the Mere Man. "I can't believe It! I won't bailer
Me believe what?" demanded the Rib In wonderment
"That you're HUMAN! Don't say It!" he repeated. "It takes off eJJ fe
gilt and the sugar, and the illusion, and the fascination, and th mystaryl Bw
a kitten or a goddeas. a doll or a divinity, a witch or a fairy but DUWI
I Insist on being human'"
"I won't." slghej the Rtb meekly. "I'm too humbled and crushed to lasjag
j on anything, except a few kind words, and and a few chocolates now and
"Because," repeated the Mere Man, with impresatv conviction, aa h pas d
her the chocolates, "most of you ARB angels and saints and chrus aad
"Do you MEAN If" demanded the Alb doubtfully.
"I mean that there are lota of nice, sweet, unnatural. Illogical, ader
' girls left," declared the Mere Man positively.
46AA64mM4tt&6 "Of course!" smiled the Rib. "And lota of ntoa. chivalrous, taenia osa ,
! gallant, unapolled men. Only thoae are the kind that never get Into print, and
Mr. Jarr Sees a Ghost in a
I thnt nobody ever talks shout '
p rltuallstlc knocking," eapUlBtd Mr. Qua. "Mv Pl haa been knocked
)nrr. enough. Kaeektng on the outside i
"Never mind th kno. klUKS." said 00 aid sUnd. boomer I am used to It
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Letters from the People
Th Age Problem.
Oat Bill t of TV- K li ".'.i-ll
aMution of aae problem: Klght years
t.go aons age two years and eight
months, father's sue. twnty-one yeara
aad four mcntha. Right years lien :
son's age, eighteen years and mont'is:
fsther's age, thtrty-aeven years a-id foil
months Present ages son's i ,e tan
years and e'aht monthii rathe, a aOS,
twenty-nine years nd four months.
Blow, Gay I.ociibiI e.
to aha tutor T The UBSS V. si '
I was much inter . d la t L Davta!
letter with regard to rsnies on Income
tlves and "red BMOka slscke 1 i
lsd I remstnliar tk Ham Hoail andAvill
'am e. Dodge on i u La kawanns 1
t-'oiorisht. una. hj Th I'm l'utjiltuu i o.
iTIie New Yurk WMi.
HUM said Mr. Jarr, "I've
heard of haunted mills and
liautiled castles and haunted
liousos. But I never hesrd of a hsuiilcd
boose emporium befois."
All these remark and many more
were occasioned by mysterious snd
ghostly noises, seeming to proceed from
nowhere, that had awed i e reguler
patrons uf tins'? place all durliin the
"Oh, maybe It'a all right," asld Mullrr.
the grocer. "Mayli It Is only rsts."
At these word a mocking murmur of
laughter, followed l,y a queer gurgling I
sound, wus heard to come fnnn some
Well, all I waa going to say Is that If I
The Week's Wash.
By Martin Green.
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HAT kind of a noise docs '
bull moose make lien ) Is
trailing bt pWT" uaket' the
"Para inally, re-
plletl the laundry
man, "I BOVtr held
a aoafaraa ia wlta
a hull moose In. Ills
native lldf, I
Mil me your liuiulty
la based on the
diHt u r ti a n c a In
Prtatdanl or t!
United rttat.s on
i Hi New rri World i
mills. Well, old Don (Julxoto Is still s
figure In literature. He war sn amus
"It la time We were realising that
TtiMisevelt haa kldnarpcd the spirit of
unrest and discontent and has made it
his own child. It won't do to Josh him
or kid his campaign I saw ltoosevelt
work up an immense audience In
i"l Icago lo a point where It would have
gone, at his bidding, to any extreme up
to arson. And he had Just been turned
down by the Republican National Con
vention If Roosevelt is a menace, as
tin- rjonaervaliTSi alatav they win have
to right him as a menace and not as a
p int diner ssked the slow waiter
v.'iether e.r went t the r.oo to eee
Ulf tortoise whli bv? However, It a a and Hub shuddered,
null fast ai OUBb to BUM m. at Su ' We should notify
It was rats they'd kill all th mice. If
you got rats you ain't got mice, and If platform that promises to take every-
vou got mice you eln't got rats." sald.lblng sway from everybody thai has
Muller. "And maybe rat can laugh at I anything and give It to everybody that
you? look can't parrnta talk? And i has nothing
purrots Is hlrds?" j "A great many gentlemen who are re- J
A few distinct raps were row heard, I puted to be leaders In molding pulillc
opinion tlrlnk the bull moose convention I
fltte Society of III Chicago was an assemblage of lias-'
Coppering the Muckrake
But It's this knocking IneUde what I
More knocks were now heard.
"Just a I thought. Table rapping!"
said Mr. Jarr.
"Somebody look in the back room.
Maybe It's a quiet customer In there
wants something." said flirs. I
"Mayhe It's down In the cellar," sug
"No," said Ous, "sometimes the pipes
google, but t' ain't a noise like that, j
Anyway. T U.okd down !n the cellar.
behind the east goods, snd everything,
"Did you look under th hear?" ssked i
Sure." said flu. "Anvway I ain't
been from behind the bar since Elmer
went off duty. Say, do you think It
could h Klmer telling me he has com
mit suh-lde? Every time he tells me
he'll kill himself about something I
bet him his wages he won't But the
very last time I win he says to me:
'Some day I'll do it and have th laugh
on you!' "
"He has a grim idea of humor," re
marked Mr. Jarr. "But I II tell you.
It sounds to me as though It came
ffOJH the Ice box."
about i lOP, spoak'.ng with greedy relish. "He
(SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR AT THE HOTEL RICH)
By Alma Woodward
CVtrrtlht, 10111. bj Tla Vn
M that nervoua"' she complained
aa soon as I'd powdered the shine
off my nose, using her clock as a
mirror. "I declare
if any more things
happen to granu
late my tempera
ment, I'll be Just
two Jump from
the foolish ho i.i v
with a banana
peel la v in right
In the path to
maite It a slide fer
the home plate!"
thlnsj!" I thought
I it diplomatic to say, "what's the mat
, tor, now? Has some admirer gone and
blown his brains out at your feet?"
I "Why, lady'" sne gsaped, neglecting
! a pemtstant ring the while, "how you
almost guess It? It win a guy what
fulliabins IV iTbr Naw Turk W-M.
I I 'An'
e," remsrked has s store on Amsterdam avenue, and ,. bb.taM n,shes"
r, "that we one dav a lady come, in for two pound. ,n-t ,WQ a tnrwwh ,,, bad
nt r,,n,l .ImIi Mll,an Ko'l ,'iiMh.ir
Id it she says: 'My! ain't that Imlfc
lme J la H.
To Ssserlstendrst of V. a. Military
Iralrm), esi I'ulat, . J.
t i aa i Mi..r nt Th,. Biaslsg WveUi
To iv iom should I apply for full In-
i Ion rir intianc to West lolnt?
Also where csn ' and out shout re
quirements for age, height, e'e?
1IHJRMAN J W.
Psychic research.' suggesle,! Mr Jarr been, would-be, fenialea without
"We notify no societies of nothing ' vote and people who are outside of In
ssld Ous. sane asylums BQOBtlBl the authorltle
I mean th society that Invest gats ; are not vlgllsnt The Jolt that Is com
lug to such a are In sympathy wltb till
Hi, Mi,,,. Pinched
To lir K llu.r a Thr Fri nmi W..rld.
I'll to tw months ago I waa one of I
the h''i go lucky crowd who did not I
BBUoal u .1 the shoe pinched me. I
. a', s boon TO 'I 'riK h fair salary an.1 ten I
and I am quite un the) had red 1 ok 1 yi ara afo : ould have i.e.n calii',1 a '
staelui. not mP " r, 1 trimming st thi g I aalaiy. 1 l in e a wife and
top. and I n.ir.k lb slosaa Taylor rblVdrei ad founds er or more ago .
among them. Thr. : mot. vis wars Bg "almost UapoasIM to put
aigo rBOOtaodant wlt.i btMi trimming. I an; monay in t!ie banl Th sh,m go:
tsttlah th flreman aaa svorlsatlagi ' I pinching mora gpd araora. aa two months
hurrahing up at station Stopr, which lgo ttartsd ' il lag for th roaaon '
stop were not nrief. t tier'- were no 'and If poaalBla the fcu.edv. I started
Twentieth CJenturv Mmlteds !?i those j reading un ill the artlelaa I saw for:
days. These io-umo ea ptrll 1 vhal and BgalliM "I1UI1 '"st of food." It!
waa popularly known as tin "nbghl aei raad to tar meat painful xubject i
Una," th ftrst nlgi t trains on t..e ' of lr working BBOpla I
wanna. I believe, and William ' II 1 ThJ Would say "yea. I
stead was super nr-tiri.t. ' im 1 know It la no' it ion what's the
member very well. I take ale) ise of k Ung." Thlnll of good .inn-
remlnlscanoea aa they take me cam lalklna like ... Hui 1 am nut
to the time WkBB rural Moaroa disco. iraged Poopli ar waking up
Caoaly (Pennsylvania) patted lis lum These people Hl bs more careful
basket and hint Itself lo the ni BhOjn the ii.ir lo- reafter They
aotat on the rillroad. spending the da: an nrrtna to red . tost their on
to oatlna the trains go : And I well little "te la ,i it l-.c a tne next fo:
if l ik
line of thought is due on l he morning
after election day next November Said
Jolt, in BOmpByloajBi will make an ettrth
Uiiake fee! like a man putting his hand
, In his coat jaicket. 1'verv one or those
r.inatics in the i 'imago convention rsp
lesents Ueoiisands of others, and 'he
numbers will multiply lir this oounti v
not outgrown the hero-worshlprong
tag, and It never will
"In his dy P T. Hai num read the ,
public mind like an open hook Theo
dore has atl that P. T llarnuni had and I
Ihen some The Immature Roosavelt.
vlio atu-ted out in !s to Ills khaki un!- i
form anil campaign hat, and flanke I '
HERE'S so much talk
the lU.senthal case
the hesd polisher
have no time for per 11 1 i
"Maybe evep hirdv'a cr aikcal
the laundry man, "hut 1 don't believe sharp?' And the butcher saiya: 'Tea.
ain't It? Exi-ooae me s minute,' and he
steps Into hts icebox and don't come
out no more I know that lady and
she wouldn't buy no round steak from
you ever since that if you waa to give
i it to her. Now she ehuta her eyes and
asks If you ain't got some beef already
Waiting, with rare oourtoay, until Mr
w a hutcher what stepped tnto ! br,,n, . riffot-bat
ix and killed htsgalf." said Bop- ; admirer and tt wusn't at
"Ha give me his card an' holy smoke!,
what a monaker he had' Raymond do
Lata!' Ain't that a hot one? I told arm
afterward I knew what a struggle ft
must be to live with a nameplato Mho
that. So. my next day off, I went to
the studio an' poaed.
"It wui! one i lass,- place' Tiger akma
an' satin p'low.a an' stuff burnln' what
mad ymi not rare whether you loot
yer toh or no'! You know th krrvl are
a place I mean, don't yuh?
velt. ha treated me grand an' tboww'
a cotin!e uv fit about the curl uv njV''
tyolashei an' the color uv my hair, in',
before I went he sprung a couatrV
stunt on me. He said he wui goto tg
paint a 'Mntid -Muller' an' wouldn't 1
co ne out to New rtnchelke or some pave
where they got fields an" pose fr H.
"So the nxr week we went out thaer
an' I wus standln' quirt as you plena
. K.n sweet and mllk-maldv, when ad
1 W T rMA
he uv s sudden I felt somethln' hot an
my damp in the back uv my n-k. sat J
Some poOT chap got tired iv around sn there WUI a ftrc
looKin cow enowin tns hsy that gv
against hia two pair, all through Ufa, amu w"n n'v "''lr:
aw he corns here with a brand new six-! eainioa me aown ariei- I got I
cylinder Joy crusher an' raked In his 1 few screars on' of mv system an' sab
last little JacVpot!"
lit. 1 don't believe the .'oiler- I u-pai I
ment Is in league wlih gamhlora snd l
aaopri of dives. 1 don't think New
York I a cesspool of Iniquity. I do be- j
llcve N'o'a York ts th
''rig erlt In the world, 'n sinic or lis Ini
tSTrf. Bap) or had delivered himself of this u' cr'"'1 to
,-ade, Mr. Jarr stepped over to thd I BOHBTn,, i sayi
Ice box nnd drew open the big door, j about It any more
. . a' a-.j a i l a a l a ri .1 i ' ' '
clean-el. safest! An" "uamo... woo WBB nuooieo
i up witiuii, ten out upon tne noor. vwaa ,
"Suicide!" I ex.-lsimed.
fihe nodded seriously.
"Yep. Think UV any one comln' here,
to s swell Joint '.Ike this, to gat retd:
fer the undertaker! Why. any boob
knows there's hotets thst's laid out far
that. They even advertise out o' town
1 bt "Suicide welcome. R. S. V. P.'
up a kltos'i
But don't le 'a talk
cause I'm .hlverl-i'
mens rnglomerate population, which ;
onlains the drugs not only of Eu- i
rope, hut of our own country as well. I
"There's your ghost
I advised. "To
cried Mr. Jarr. 1 change ihe subject, tell me about the
I next one on Ihe list. Wna' was he?"
Pan so alad!" cried Qua I "A artist. A tail slender, dreamy-
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ei. bun. . ii. l:., n-, , Keen . ool. every.'roai
su the most unwilling crime in the 'The suggestion espe'laJly applies to b,rk Plnsch!"
history of the city It was as Impu- ' me." said Mr. Plnkston amiably. "I had
dent and calloused a crime that It will Just stepped Into the Ice box, prompted
eyed artist, with STlna-j.i on his face
sej-ve to expose tuat what caused It. I
brieve that every msn implloaled will
he dragged o!t."
Ono Lawyer's Best Bet
rlh mushy things 'bout mv msp I for
got all shout It. W it the hrnak coma
one morning when ; wuz bualaffiB amok.
"He rushed In Wtth a hunch uv or-.
h da an' says ao-.iM I co:it- out In th
country next week an p..se analn. An'
" 'S ire' What yer goln' o paint this
"An' he says. 'A wood nymph.' An'
I sgyr: '1 got ye, Itav' i
"Wall, I -aid. go ,e, atov' 'eBnaail
I dldn'l wont hi n to k"ow I winr tgno-'l
rant I bnl ? wouldn't known 'a' wood
nymph from a hole th. wan. Then. I
Khnul a IBl( "ur after. I bad to gat j
the manage:- an'' he w;i7. In t'.e bar. An'
1 went an' frki In, lookln' fer Mm.
n' '-'gh: on lb wall ux n grat big
picture an' underneath It si Id 'WOOD
!f I'd 'a' had that go; there I'd?
'a' made hit fp, . look 1'1-e s nerforated
Blaaplng mask. I .r that srltated!
"i wiah I was tha omailaat man on
"Nobody could ever say to me
bar my flVt railway Journey s lows a d Just as effect I vs provided ttrey 'Why dont you hit a man your
Wali, you riniubtr tba Un- oaat it wisaly.
A real artlat?"
"Sure. He oomr in here one day with
him thteai and curloskv. when Elmer a lot uv slick lookln artt'-les. The latca'
(1 assume it was Elmsri shut tba door thing In fall attlm'-that'a what they Whv, that ..ame wii7 In a aklrtless skirt
on me. Possibly hs dd not know that looked Ike ,11 hut him. He had on a -an' then some; ME pons for s wood
I was within." I brown, soft lookln suit an' a black tt ' nv'
"Why didn't you holler to gat out?" Uks bids wear on Sunday, an a funny "
aaaeu I eus. r iiw. war w ,
. . . . .... Wiser flania Ita Anrruis
SWF " s'd th head pollshor I I was so in'.erestea in me aairaraa- i irne uv inr inur-" hto a msinm, i ' ' "i id rrrruci.
'"that the' prosecutor of Atlanta; Hon," explained Mr tankatoo, "I heat-1 an' while they wus wr.ntln' It the spin-. 1 1 IT didn't jrOU put y luggage
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medicine ,,, tv, his ,vt II.. i... f ,, nr,. nind hlrn -from lu-nB-ng auperstlllolls, nrrroner oo i nansra in traaa a wan ,.,. wmrnn
narlKved hi khaki an't and bl slnuoh 1 out vldeno that would have oonviotad I premonition, nut, ansa nere no wnjssa
last Into a hls-tnp tent with three rings i a woman prisoner." his month, ir you wian roe swims in
snd s menagerie on the side. And his "He's wa.:!ng h!s time In At'inta," Pk through me "
"Oli. can the cnaetert" aaio ous irri
tably "You r a hum spook, or a spook
bum. I don't know wOacht"
calllop ia to loudest that gVSJ t.len. declared the aBUndry man.
"Thar, call Hooaavalt "Don Qulxot.' to come here and open
asad ranroaaat bam aoraaslag with wind- soivcaL"
d. re.l (he Irate passenger to rk
acetvune beat a mile' An' when the ' " . T .V ,V...p",rV7 ,nr ,r,m mov''i
obher kid wu, in the booth, he says, ... mot," r.pd ,h. ot"...' UUl
oomethtn' 'bout my ohtn beln Just what ulnIly yr illfBi,B (, 0 a a
hs wna tonkin' fer an' would I come an' pafoajV, It waa marked Edinburah ...
I pooe fer an hour or two at the reg".sr : on the way there. "TWr la the wrang
' ratsa. uv aeusaoir traia."-dK. Paul DtgBBtak.
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