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8 SHE WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 1906
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C riositiesAbout the W Way y Boys and Girls irls Bodies Grow
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These The e bodies ocHe of ours ourswhat what wonderful wonderfulthings wonderfultlIIIIgs wonderfulthngs
things they tlIe are itreHas areHas areHas
Has ay ay one ever talked to ycu boys boysand Do8aIMl boysand
and girls about the remarkable manner mannerof JRJUIeIor mannerof
of yoer Uf own ow growth gradual bat cease ceaselec esel ceaseIess
lec l sc front < the bigheaded shortleggedbaby shortlegged shortleggedbaby shortJegedba1
baby ba1 y that tM you wire were into the correctly correctlyproportioned eorreetlyproporttoMd correctlyproportioned
proportioned men and women that youespeet you youexpect IOU IOUexpect
expect some day to become Why there thereis tJlereJs thereis
is nothing R thlRg more marvelous mar under the theheavens tiNhMvens theheavens
heavens heavensThis hMvensTbls heavensThis
This growth is constantly conatantl changing changingyou changingyou g gyou
you and yet the change are so gradual gradualand poaland gtedualand
and systematic systematic as to be almost Imper Imperceptible JtR liwperceptlblc eI eIceptlble ¬
ceptible ceptlbleOne ceptlblcOne ceptibleOne
One odd thing is that while many JIr of oftUe oft oft1Se
tUe t e relative proportions of different parts partsof parmof partsof
of the body vary from time to time ttIneyour aa aayour asyour
your growth goes ioes on your ears rs rsebt never neverchange neverchange
change ebt e their relative size They are fa al always always alwaya ¬
ways twice aa a Ion long as your eye Is wide wideThey wNeThe wileThey
They The were so when you were a baby and andwill aadwfll andwill
will be so when you are grown grownYour trov trovYour grownYour
Your feet and head on the other otlw r hand handvary handvary
vary 17 ia their proportionate she ail ailthrough allthreuctt aftthrough
through the period of your growth growthLook JPOwtbLook growthLook
Look at the picture above and note aatrikteg a astriking astrlktng
striking feature about the heads and feet feetof feetoC feetof
of the three boys The youngest boys boysfoot boy boyfoot boysfoot
foot measures JRM mofaures Urt considerably bl7 leas than the thelength theJe thelength
length Je tII of o his head the th foot and head head of ofthe ortlte ofthe
the tenyearold teny toyear r oId kI boy are equal In length Jeftcthw le lengthwhne gth gthwhale
whne w whale the loot of 0 the eldest tad is de decidedly decWec1I7 decldedty ¬
cidedly longer than hie hI head headDorm 1Na4DarIa beadDuring
Dorm During babyhood the head be3d is out of ofan ofall ofaA
an pvaporticn n to the rest oT the body it itocefmfoa t tOUlilt tofcislhieeb
ocefmfoa OUlilt in I m fact on ODe1 opegtaarter < rnarter Iarter of the total
length of l the body 1HH1 Betas Being already alrelldyJare so solarge sobarge
large at birth J your r head b ad doe dees not grow growas 5fOWrIINI7 growas
as rapidly as the r rest et of your FOUr body and andby andby
1 by the time tbIIeJOU you are grown powwlt grown It win be beonly beoaI7 beonly
only twice as as large as It was as at t birth birth3n bIrt bIrtonSet birthIn
3n order to make n up for lost time as it itwere Itre Itwere
were re the body bod grows ws much tester than thanthe thaathe thanthe
the head while the legs show aa even evengreater eYftUter ereagreater
greater Uter proportional increase than the thebody tlMbody thebody
body bodyBabies I IBable8 SBabies
Babies bodies in the early stages of
POLITENESS IN BOYS
PoUteoeas eM pays boysHors boys boysHwe b P PH
Hors H is something SOMCthIn < < Polly Evans saw sawwith awvitlk sawwith
with ner own WIt eyes the other eftI evening Dg A Alady Alady A Aact
lady act who had just purchased an aapePer evening eveningpaper eveningpa
pa paper front tr4Nftoae one of a group of newsboys newsboysaoddeatsMy DeW1IboyaacchleatsHr newsboysaoddeatallr
aoddeatallr aoddeatsMy dropped it IL Immediately and andinstinctively andjn andbnstMctlrely
instinctively jn 7 one of the group stooped and andpicked aadpieked andpicked
picked picked it up for the lady but butt1JlJleCl buttur turned ned away awayalmost awayalmost way wayaI
almost aI before she could say a thank uak you youwith yeawith youwith
with the air atrof of being b tDg half ashamed med of his hisdeed bIad bIaT hisdeed
deed deedThe d deedTbe
The T lenext next day the same lady walkingdown walking walkingdown waJldncdoWR
down the street was greeted ed with the theusual theustal
usual 1 inquiry Have a paper lady lad71 and andwas an4wa andwas
was wa about bout to say uNo No when 1ten she abenlad recog recognized recognhed ¬
nized the little fellows face He was her hergentleman belg hergeutlennn
gentleman g DtJeman of the evening before She Shesinned Shesmiled Sheam
am sinned led changed ehanS her oJIG no to yea and andsaid andHI andsaid
said HI she hoped she e should see him again againOp againo
Op 0 dims tII occasion politeness paid pc d the thenewsboy tMMwslN theneraabey
newsboy MwslN y to je he extent e tent of a cent But if ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he cultivates the t 8 instincts of a gentleman gentlemanwhich gentlemanwhich enUeman enUemanwhlclt
which God endowed him with he will willsome willsome ill illsome
some some fey find A cl his politeness pottte paying himto him himto himto
to tbe extent of ofwho who ant guess how howmuch ho homueh howmuch
much Perhaps a million dollars dollarsA
A gentleman talking on this very sub subject subject subJect ¬
ject of politeness In m boys the other day daysaid daysaid daysaMthls
said saMthls saMthlsOne tills thteOne tillsOM
One would think that politeness polttee was not notas not1Ianl notas
as hard to learn as decimals or history bIatorydat historydated
dates dat but boys bonI I say It sadly aadlyboya boys find findthe findtbe dadthe
the task of being polite to their sisters sisterstheir sisterstheir i terw terwtheir
their elders and their comrades one of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the hardest 1l ude8t of lessons to learn learnRoughness learnRour11nCS8 learnltoughacss
Roughness to Sister SIsterxI SisterI
I have known girls b who were not any anytoOpvttte aaytoopellte anytoopolte
toOpvttte to their broioers and there may maybe mA7be maybe
be faults f lts on both sides But 1 t even at home homeboys homeboys ocne ocnebopssboukI
boys bopssboukI should remember that girls am are girls girlsand3 ctrlsand girlsant
and ant are to be treated as s such and not as astargets a atal astargets
tal targets for missiles mIa or as a tryyour tryyourstrengtx tryyourstrengUt tryyourstrength
strength strengUt machines machinesGirte mcIaIta mcIaItaGIrls mmcbluesGirls
GIrls are more delicately framed than thanboys t thanboys aR aRbo3
boys bo3 and boys ought to consider them thenaelWs themselves ¬
selves 1 the girls natural protectors protect r and andchampions madchampions andehataplons
champions Some boys do All honor to tothem totltein tothem
them tltein But I have seen n a girls 111 arm arn upon uponwhich uponwbleh uponwhich
which every fingermark showed whereher where whereher whereher
her brother had hadgrlpped gripped her in his rough roughplay ro roughplay h hplay
play Well Yen that is where play p y ends and andhurt andhurt andhurt
hurt begins Mind jnd I am amtAlldnr talking about aboutpoliteness aboutpoIlt aboutpOittOfO
politeness poIlt pOittOfO s ftotabovt not about cruelty The bay baywho heyw bsywho
who w trtprasl t his da sister ststerp as ha though she were wereanotherltox weoanother e1e e1eaa
anotherltox aa another tJler tyd fId not Intend to be cruel be bewas heMlS bewas
was onhrTJOtigJj en 1Y But the polite OIlte boy al although altlJogh althopgh ¬
though 1 he qemay may be rough with a astroRg astreng tote totestrong
strong healthy b aJthY dog dO < < is cover llPe rough with withhis withIbis W2thbls
his sifters sI tei tens > a aSIiun
jSIinm Sham Politeness PolitenessBoyg s soy sBay
Bay Boyg oy MflBt mttitseilfdof get get td iI of the the notion that p pe peHteadss polIte o
lIte Hteadss mainly consists in lifting your cap capwhen capwhen
when you meet a lady or your > our school schoolmates schoolI schoolF ¬ I
I mates on the street Lots of boys who are arenot areJl aremot F
not Jl ta a bit polite do that with great regu regularity nguj regularity ¬
larity and distinction dIstJn < Uon Oh yes it is usually us usually US USW1lIyeasy ¬
ually W1lIyeasy easy to raise ones hat but it is not
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at all easy to carry the spirit of thought thoughtfniness thoucbtfulM88 thought thoughtfulness
fniness and kindness J DdftMB and courtesy into the thecommon thecommon thecommon
common acts of school I and home and andstreet aDdreet andstreet
street reet It is one of the hardest tasks your yourteachers yourteachers yourteachers
teachers and parents have to face in intraining Intra intraining
training tra you upro up upTo upTo
To each high thoucbtJICi thoughtAnd thought thoughtAnd
And JICi amiable words and courtliness courtlinessAnd COtIrum COtIrumAad courtlinessAnd
And the desire of tame and love of truth truthAnd truUtAJId truthAnd
And all that makes a man manas maatile manas
as the great poet Tennyson says saysTrue saysPrue 15 15rruc
True Politeness PolitenessBut PolitcuessBut PolitenessBut
But the truly polite boy boylas has a great pull pullover pullover pullover
over the roughmannered ro manoered boy His kindness kind kindness kindness ¬
ness and his thoughtfulness thoughtful for the com comfort comfort comfort ¬
fort and convenience of others gain bt him himfriends himfriends himfriends
friends wherever he heIf goes goesIf goesIf
If I se see I a boy run to get et a chair for his hismother hismother hismother
mother when at length she finds time to tosit tosit tosit
sit down for five minutes if I notice a boy boyshyly boy8h7ly boyshyly
shyly stand up that the old man who has hasjust basju hasjust
just ju t entered the street car may Hqi sit down downif 00111If downIC
if I see a boy lift his cap cap to tohts his own elder eldersister eldersiater4 eldersister
siater4 sister = a a hard thing thlnSto to do dowhen when he parts partsfrom partsfrom partsfrom
from her at the street corner if I see a aboy 01boy aboy
boy lift his little kiddy brother across th thmudpuddles thmudpuddles thhmadpuddles <
mudpuddles instead of dragging him himroughly him1OUfh17 himroughly
roughly through alone when I see a lad ladyield ladmid
yield 14 a point JOint a a marbles or football even evenwhen evenwbeq evenwheg
when he has some cause tA to think he is isright Isri isright
right ri < < hl I say sa > to myself myselfThat myelThat myselfThat
That boy will make a MAN SIANBoard MANBoareI MANBonrd
Board and Ball TrickGet Trick TrickGet TtIcliGet
Get the cover of a cigar el ar r box X or any anyother anyetller anyether
other thin board about five Inches long longand longaII longand
and aII l cut two small holes m hi it Then ar arrange Arraare arrange ¬
range the strings and halls as shown in inthe InUte Inthe
the diagram diagramThe cHaranThe diagramThe
The trick t ck is I how to get et the large ball off offUse offt1ae offthe
Use atria without untying tt ft Iter or removing removingany r8mJtn r8mJtnany removingany
any of the smaller Her bulls badsPush bullsPush b1aULPush
Push the tJtebali ball close up tl to t the right hand
hole and a MI pull the right loop of string as asfar asfar asfar
far toward the left hand hole as it will willcome wllcome willcome
come then pass the loop through the bole holeand boleand boleand
and over the left ball as indicated in the thesecond thegefcnd thesecond
second diagram dia tn This ThI will 111 cause the two twoloops twoloops twoloops
loops to separate g > parate and th then n the ball will willcome w111com willcome
come com cfT Gf with ease easeReversing eaStReHrsing easeReversing
Reversing tie operation you Ou can an easily easilyput easilyput asHy
put the bail back into its orfslORj Qrfsim l pQftftlosv pe Itionr tJoJ I I
T i i
Jl15Jxa Sca6oYopts Sca6oYoptssmserhaa vr ro1 5 5smaerfhan
smaerfhan his h4 h o odtTca Q Qr7
dtTca r7 n e ejual1 uaiiz size sizeaf sizeaffourf7ea
af affourf7ea ur eZ decf a c 4c 4cJar o6r o6rJ9r
Jar J9r
Your YourFace
Face Faceo
o boudas boudasiYe
iYe hoes hoesY
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YUI r c °
growth measure mt three times the length lengthof lengthol lengthof
of the head bat by b the time they are aregrown aregro aregrown
grown gro if they are well ell proportioned proportionedtheir proportionedtheir proportionedtheir
their bodies bc cIIs and legs together will have haveincreased haveIncreuecl haveIncreased
increased to II seven ven and a half times the thelength tbeor thelength
length of their heads headsSo besdaSo headsSo
So suppose pose you measure mea re yourselves yourselvescarefully YOunelvescarefullY yourselvescarefully
carefully today boys 1 > > 0730 and a d see whether whetherfrom whetherfrom whetherfrom
from your chin down your body measures measuresjust measuresHveu measuresjust
just seven and a half times the length of ofyour of70W ofyour
your bund bundDuring h hDurInC bmdDuring
During the first I 1It three th years of his life liCeeJIIW achilds a achilds
childs eJIIW lags double their original o1 < < lRa1 length lengthAt lenethAt lengthAt
At that rate you can imagine how M long longyaw longyem
yaw less would be at nine or twelve twelveyears twelveof twelveyours
years of ag age < e You would be as a tall as asthat a atbat asthat
that boy on stilts tuts And ADdroue your legs would wouldftt wouldje wouldb
ftt b e mar your je r stilts stilt Wouldnt you be an awful awfulsfKftX awfuliIdt awfulZ
Z sfKftX > r > though And imagine how you youwould youlook youmsdd
would look at the age of twenty You Youwould YouweuN Youwspid
would not c need any 7 sevenleague 1eacue boota
A CHARMING LETTER FROM INDIA
i
All chtttren ehI ree who knew him dearly loved lovedBishop JoYedBlalaop lovedBishop
Bishop PhOnps p Brooks and although he hehad hehad hehad
had no MUle sons and daughters of o his hisown hisown his0Wft
own he dearly loved children childrenWhenever chlUlreaWbeDeYer childrenWhenever
Whenever he went away a8 on his travels travelshe tra trahe travelhe
he wrote long lovely elT letters o some of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his little little friends fr1e1 d8 especially to his little Mttlenieces Htt littlenieces e eniece
nieces niecesThe nieceThe niecesThe
The following fol oGowr owlpg letter from India Indtawas was ad addreaaed addr addressed
dressed dr to his little niece Gertie or e It may maybe MayrAd maybs
be found in a recently published book bookcalled bookCaJIed bookcaged
called Childrens CI Ictrea Letters LettersJeypore Lette LetteJeypore LettersJeypore
Jeypore January 7 1 1My 1383 1383My UI UIiJY
My Dear Gertie Genie1 1 wish ish you had been beenwith beenwith beenwith
with mehere me eJMre here yesterday We would have havehad haTeMcl havehad
had a beautiful time You would have havehad havetoet havebell
had to toet get up at 5 oclock for at 6 the thecarriage thlwaa thec4rrI
carriage c4rrI age was at the door and we had al already alrfl already ¬
ready rfl 7 had our breakfast 1 > But in this thiscountry thiseoutItry thiscatdhtry
country you do everything you you can can very veryearly veryearly 17 17ny
early ny so as to escape pe the hot sun It is isvery IsTery Isvery
very hot in the middle of the day da but butquite butqwlte butquite
quite cold now at night and m In the mornings morn mornings InornInps ¬
ings and d evenings Well Veil as we drove droveinto droveIlIto drove droveInto
into the town for the bungalow where wherewe wMrewe wherewe
we are staying is just outs outside We the sun sunrose sunroee sunrose
rose and the streets were full of light lightQueer lISbtQueer lightQueer
Queer Pink Pin Houses HousesThe UOU1lCKThe housesThe
The town is all painted pink tnk which whichmakes whichkes whichmakes
makes kes it the queerestlooking place you youever youera Ou OueYeI
ever saw and on the outside outJlfdeof V of the pink pinkheusec pinkthere pinklhohne5
heusec there are pictures plctu drawn some me of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them vEry v rr solemn and some very funny funnywhich fUftnywbicb funnywhich
which makes mak it very ery pleasant to drive up upthe UJ UJthe upthe
the street We Ve drove through the street streetwhich streetwhleb streetwhich
which was crowded with camels and ele elephants elepMn ee eephanta ¬
phants pMn l and donkeys and women wrapped wrappedup wrappedup
up like bundles bu and men chattering chatteringlike chtitterlnglike chatteringlike
like monkeysvxaikl monkeys nd monkeys them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves and naked little children rolling in inthe Inthe inthe
the dust and playing queer Jeypore Jeyporegames Jeporepm Jeyporegames
games pm All the little girls when they theyget th theyget y yet
get et to be about l Out your age have ha 0 jewels in intheir inthetr intheir
their noses notH and the women WOJ n all have their theirhoses theirnoses theirnoses
noses looking beautiful in this way Wit I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have got a nose jewel for you ou which I Ishall Ishan Ishall
shall put in when I get et home and also alsoa liO liOlittle
a little button b tt n for the side of Susies nose nosesuch nosemJeh nosesuch
such as the smaller children wear woor Think Thinkhow Thinkh Thinkhow
how h w the girls at school will admire you youWeil youWell o oYell
Yell we drove out the other side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the queer pink town and went on toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the old ok town which wh h they the deserted degert d a n hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred years agowhen ago 10 when they built this The Thepriest Thepriest Thepriest
priest told the rajah or king that the theought tb tboucht they theyought
ought not to live more than a thousand thousandyears thousandYeIlrs thousandyears
years in one place and so as the old oldtown oldtovn oldtown
town was about a thousand years oors old the theking theftg theking
king ftg left it and there it it stands about aboutfive aboutvo aboutve
five vo miles off with only a few beggars beggarsand beggarsand beggarsand
and a lot of monkeys for inhabitants of ofits ofIta ofIts
its splendid palaces and temples As we wedrove wedroe wedrone
drove along toward it the fields were werefull werefull werefull
full of peacecks and all sorts of bright brightwinged brightvlfted brightwinged
winged birds and out of the ponds and andstreams andstream andstreams
streams the crocodiles stuck up their lazy
heads and looked at us usAn usAn
i iAn
An Elephant Elephant Ride RideThe RideThe AideThe
The hills around are full of tigers and andhyenas andayeaa andhyenas
hyenas ayeaa but they do not come down to the thetown thetown thetown
town though I saw a cage of them there thereTvhfek therehleh therewhkh
Tvhfek hleh had been captured only about a amonth amonth l lJ1I
month J1I th and were w re very ver firece Poor thingsWhen things thingsWhen thingsen
When en we cante to the entrance of the old oldtown oldtown oldtown
town there was a splendid V great ele elephant elepbaJJt elepbat ¬
phant waiting for us which the rajah rajahhad rajahhadeAt rajahhad
had hadeAt sent He sent the carriage too The Theelephant Theelephant Theelephant
elephant had his trunk and head headbeauti headbeautifully beauti beautifully beauUi ¬
i fully painted p Jntel and looked almost as big bigas big8S bigas
as Jumbo He knelt down and we we w climb ciimfid climbed
ed d up by a ladder and sat upon hist hisriack hisriackand l1is tfuck tfuckand ekand
and then he tolled up the hill I Want Wantafraid bini biniafraid 1 1afraid
afraid h he thought Americans must be beh bpvery tievery
very heavy and I do not know know wheUl whether i
h he eould ha have carried
nav you Behind B hfnd us as aswe Mwe aswe
we went up the hill came CRm a man leading leadinga
a Httel Upl black goat and when T asked askedwhat a ask keg d dwhat
what it was for they said it was fdr fdrsacrifice rdtartftce r rsacrifice
sacrifice It seems > ms a horrid old ol goddesshss goddess goddessh goddessh2S
h h2S s a temple > on the hill and years yeftrgjrgo e rs rsthly ago agothey
they used to sacrifice rrlfi < > men to her to tomake tomake tomake
make her bf > r happy and kind V But a merci ¬
ful rajah st stepped strpp ppcd that and m made ide them therusacrift themsacrifice
sacrift sacrifice goats instead and noW th tha Y13 gl It ti
this horrid old goddess a goat every everymorning everymomln
morning momln moaning < < and she likes it just as well wellWhen wellWhfD wellWhen
When we got ot inte the old town it > was wasa WUa wasa
a perfect perf < < t wilderness of beautiful things thingslakes thl thlJakea thingslakes
lakes temples palaces porticos all sorts sortsof eortsof aortaof
of things thln in marble and fine stones with withsacred withsacred ah ahend
sacred end tongtaikd monkeys running runntn < < over
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Conundrums ConundrumsL ConuneIrumWBen
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2 t When cut short
3 3 They have to scratch ratchor for a living livingJ
4 J A pillar pillari
i One draws fowls the other cooks cooksthem cookthem cooksthem
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4emetrius tbemetrtus 7emetrius I i Desdetnpna Detd De dempna fttfma
6 Sebastian it AntJpholus AntJphoJusSo
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1 1REST R RES E S T TEASE 11 ILIUIL ILIUILEASE IDYL IDYLDALE I D Y L LEASE
EASE EASES DALE DALEYAR DALES DALESTTJN
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lTtmenrlousrrasl fremendorr s scow i as 6Uf bll f fStJW
cow OOW1 oowa afer aferOtherrrso r rOlherwlj
Olherwlj see tf1 hdwrae hawfa5ervoud hdwraewould
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the thelea nfrh th offie e f fA e eI eA
I A couple of strides strJde8 would Ottld take you down dOvJtthe downthe
the entire length of any n ordinarily short shortsquare shortaquare sbortaquare
aquare squareBut aquareBut aquareBut
But nature nat has provided against such suchan suchan suchan
an alarming result by D loosening l g the rateof rateof rate sateof
of growth of o our limbs in proportion proportionwe as aswe aswe
we grow ow older olderBetween ohlerBetw olderBetween
Between Betw n babyhood 1JAbyho d and Dd grownupnesa grownupnesawhile growapneuwhile gmwpspneuwhile
while the t be trunk of your body bod increases increasesthree Jnereuethree increasesthree
three times 11m your legs should increase reue to tofive tofive tofive
five times their original length Jeu tb The Thehowever legsmarksome legs legshowever
however sometimes miss W the thepeople mark markme markmepeople some somepeoples
people a legs growing rowt longer Jon er than they theyshould they15hould theyi
i 15hould should and other peoples legs Ie stopping stoppingshort I Ishort Ishort
short before they have reached the theproper theproper I Ipro
proper pro r length le th This is what makes some somepeopl 30mepeople somepeople
people look wrongly proportioned and not notanything notnnYthjn notany
any anything thing about their heads or trunks trunksBoys trunksBoYs trunksBoys
Boys and girls grow gro In somewhat differ different dlternt different ¬
ent nt proportions Girls for instance instanceshould JlUltanceshould instanceshould
should when full grown measure in body bodysix j jsix jsix
six and a half times the length of their theirheads theirbeads theirhead
heads instead of seven and a half halfThis haltThis baitThis
This rule does not apply beyond the theAngloSaxon theAngloSaxOft theAngloSaxon
AngloSaxon and Latin races however howeverThe howeverThe howeverThe
The Japanese Jape for instance t 8taIICe from their theircustom tbelrCWitom theircustom
custom of sitting on their feet have de developed denloped developed ¬
veloped longer trunks trunk and shorter legs legsthan Jepthan legsthan
than we have havePerhaps havePerhaps havePerhaps
Perhaps you have been eeB toM t id that very veryfew VerTfew veryfew
few people develop Equally m In their right rightand rtptand nightand
and left sides Most lIo t people have larger
all But I must tell you about eat the god goddess sMdea gasddens ¬
dens and the way they cut of o the poor poorgoats poorIOats poorgoats
goats little black head and all the rest restthat re restthat t tthat
that I saw when I get t home Dont you youwish 7011wtsh youwish
wish you had been with withDo me meDo meDo
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Marian Isabel Hurreli

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