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GERMAN NAVY OFFICERS AT NORFOLK-, VA.
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' -"Good mQrning Mr. . Schnei
der!" said a lady, who kept .a
bparding house, to a new lodger
as he took his place at the break
fast table. . "Goot mor-r-fning'!"
he replied- "I'm afraid yo&didn't
pass a comfortable night," she re
sumed sympathetically. Caa we
do anything for you?" iNfat
koorafortable? Me Ach, ja! I
Above, at left, Admiral Rebeur
at right, Lieut Com. D. F. Sel
lers, American navy aide; below,
Prince Henry XX VIL of Rauss,
a junior officer.
slqp' like ze humming-bud T was
prl rite! Joost befqre I go to bed
I br-ractise mit mein feedle "
"Oh, was that it?" interrupted the
hostess, with a look of relief. "I'm
so glad! We thought you were
moving the bed!""
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We offer the usual odds, 8 to 5,
that the Giants Will be in the