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"This is, a famine government, Ba
tinshka (little father)'?" I asked.
''Last year was famine. Now we
'do not starve but we go hungry?'
.he said. " '
' "Explain I asked. 'STautare Wf
a Jew." . -,i
It appealed" he was" glad to hold
our attention. . -
'iKnow, then, nobility, that 'the
driven people of the Pale are not all
Zhids (dews). Where ten men seek
one job nine' must fail. With -us a
farm-worker earns'thlrty koReck (15
cents) a day; Ten million roam the
roads seeking such work. Russia is
.V" ftnifinfv 'Atir lA .." .tillntw
.;, oioi ,1115, ran. mo i)iuiviiiiiiiago
:rfjv? ;ji.&.. tI ...til A-ll .. -. x?-l-j
Xi i luiur;. no .win ion jfuu uui. iieius
yield, fifteen kilos of gram the. acre
land in Europe jields five hundred
kilos. We have nothng to put back
on the land Before the freedom was
A' Russian Jew, in .-native costume, at prayerj-lind -a portrait of ,Miss
.O'ReillyJn her.trayeling-iurs in which' she is making her tour .through bieak;
tHittle Russia." ' - ' 4'.v--f- h" ,--- ',-" r"