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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES T IER SFXDAY Y JTJEY 5 190B 190BTHE 190 S aTHE
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THE TRUE HISTORY OFEDGAPALLAN Or EDGAR ALLAN POE CHILD OE O bL5FINY DESTINY
1 House Once Occupied by the Widow idOW Meagher An Old Haunt of Poes Poe Was Born in This House I House in Which Poe Wrote The Bells
His Birthplace and the Jan Aanner Janner f11anner
ner of His sad Death DeathTraditions Dea DeathTraditions tl1 tl1Traditions
Traditions That t Prove ProveHim ProveHim ProveHim
Him to Have Been the theVictim tl1eVictim theVictim
Victim of of Circumstances CircumstancesHis
His Immortal Verse VerseThe VerseTheBells VerseTheells The Theells
Bells ells Written ritten During a aVisit aVisIt
Visit 1 isit to Baltimore BaltimoreBy
By ELIZABETH IZABETH ELLICOTT POE POEHE POETHE POET
> HE malevolent spirit of destiny destinywhich destinywhich destinywhich
THE T which keeps watch and ward over overtbe ocrthe overthe
the ways of human genius was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the tutalarjr tutol y angel of Edgar Allan Poe PoefronTtheTJradle Poef1oDtthe Poeronf
ronf fronTtheTJradle f1oDtthe theCradle radle to the grave Everywhere Every Everywhero Everywhero
whero he turned lurned there was the Iron de decree decree decree ¬
cree which while separating him from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the mass rendered him miserably un unhappy unhappy unhappy ¬
happy Never ever was man more blessed blessedwith blessedwith 1 1wIth
with biographers who were In the ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of cases selfappointed than Ed Edgar Edsar Edgar ¬
gar Allan Poe Po And each with hardly hardlyan
an exception has been guilty of minor or ormajor ormajor ormajor
major misstatements From Griswold to toHarrison toHarrlsort toHarrison
Harrison they either rtfake the odd oddstatement oddstatement oddstatement
statement that the place of birth or orlineage 0 01Ineage orlineage
lineage is immaterial to tho poetic poeticmakeup poeticmakeup poeticmakeup
makeup or say with a hidden air of ofapology oCapology ofapology
apology that Poes grandfather was a aVirginia aVirginia 1 1Virginia
Virginia wheelwright heel wright who ho ground out the thevery theVcry thevery
very wheels that Edgar is credited with withcarrying withcarrlng withcarrying
carrying In his head headNow headN headNow
Now N with our friend Bobbie Burns it itdoes Itdoes itdoes
does not matter overmuch about the therank therank therank
rank and even loss about the guinea guineastamp gulnoastamp guinoastamp
stamp A mans a man for a that thatBut thatDut thatBut
But no one will deny < least of all In Inthese inthese inthese
these days of oCDaughters Daughters of the American AmericanRevolution AmerIcanRevolution AmericanRevolution
Revolution and feverish search Into the thegraves thegrav thegraves
graves grav 8 and secrets of our our forefathers forefathersthe forefatberthe forefather3the
the virtue of having ancestors who whofrom whofrom whofrom
from the thecommon common ground of the people peopleperformed peopleperformcd peopleperformed
performed some act that elevated them themto themto themto
to posts above their fellows for that thatis thatIs thatIs
is how ho the primitive titles and names nameswere nameswero nameswere
were earned carnodby by sheer merit meritThe merItThe meritThe
The name Poe which is an American Americancorruption AmerIcancorrupUonof Americancorruption
corruption corrupUonof of De La Poor or Le Poor Is Isan Isan s san
an old Italian one antedating the name nameof nameof nameof
of the Rivor Po which followed the an ancient ancient ancleat ¬
cient spelling of the family it was named namedfor namedtor namedfor
for The family famll like other AngloNor AngloNorman AngloNorman AngloNorman ¬
man settlors in Ireland passed through throughNormandy throughNormandy throughNormandy
Normandy from Italy and thence thencethrough tboncethrough thencethrough
through England and Wales into Ireland Irelandwhere Irelandwhere Irelandwhere
where for a long period they retained retainedhereditary retainedhcrodltary retainedhereditary
hereditary Italian traits Descendants Descendantsof Del Descendants Descendantsof cndants cndantsof
of the family were found in Ireland as asearly asearlY asearly
early as 1327 but now the name was in inGallic InGallic inGallic
Gallic form formLa Lc Poor Where was Edgar EdgarFoe EdgarPoe EdgarPoe
Poe born I have boon shown the house housein housoIn housein
in Norfolk Va where ho came into the theworld thoworld theworld
world Bostonians have assured me mewith mowith mewith
with an awful emphasis that his first firstworldly firstworldly flrstworldly
worldly home was In their quaint town townbut townbut townbut
but as a matter of fact Maryland not notMassachusetts notMassachusetts notMassachusetts
Massachusetts or Virginia can Justly Justlyclaim juslJycJalm justlyclaim
claim tho weird poet of the night as asher asher asher
her own ownIn ownIn ownIn
In January Januar 1S09 the Hopkins Theat Theatrical Tbeatrical Theatrical ¬
rical Company of which the poets poetsparents poetsparents poetsparents
parents wore members was filling an anengagement nncngagoment anengagoment
engagement at tho Holliday Street Ths Thsatcr Th Thater Thaator
atcr Baltimore a famous playhouse playhousewhere playhousewhere playhousewhere
where the best talent of the early part partof partot partof
of the nineteenth century performed and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which was the first theater tho ter in the United UnitedStates Unite UniteStates Unitedstates
States to bo lighted by gas On the thoevening theevening theevening
evening of the nlnteonth of the month monthEdgar monthEdgar monthEdgar
Edgar the second child of David and andElizabeth antiEIIJab andElizabeth
Elizabeth EIIJab th Poo was W S born in a boarding boardinghouse boardinghouse boardinghouse
house at No 9 Front Street Baltimore Baltimoretwo Baltimoretwo Baltimorotwo
two doors from tho shot tower The Thonlaco Thenlace Theplace
place was W S kept by a Mrs lrs Beard who
I
r Scorn in Whi Which Poe Composed The Bell Bells I
4
afterward asserted that she had to proride pro provide provide ¬
vide clothes for the little stranger The Thehouse Thehouse Thehouse
house Is now utilized as a German drink drinking drinkIng drinklug ¬
ing saloon and this spot where lovers loversof loversof loversof
of The Raven and The Bells should shouldworship shouldworship shouldworship
worship and revere is now no desecrated by bytho hrtho bythe
tho clinking of beer glasses and the thehilarity thehilarity thehilarity
hilarity of their devotees Boston says saysPoe saysPac saysPoe
Poe was born in that city on that event eventful eventlul eventful ¬
ful night which meant much for Ameri American Amorlcan American ¬
can literature But the Hub of the thoUniverse theUniverse theUniverse
Universe must grant that many a poet poethas poethas poethas
has never breathed the combined fra fragrance fragrance fragrance ¬
grance of cod and salt air from her herclassic herclassic herclassic
classic back bay bayThe barThe bayThe
The Infant Edgar was seen by mem members members members ¬
bers of the Poe family when he was but buta buta buta
a day and nd a halt old and on such occa occasions occasions occasions ¬
sions grandmothers grandmothers and and aunts are not notapt notapt notapt
apt to be mistaken There is every everyproof everyproor everyproof
proof of his Baltimore birth The TheBaltimore TbeBaltimore TheBaltimore
Baltimore Sun in commenting on his hisdeath hisdoath hisdeath
death says Mr Poe we believe was a anative anative anative
native of this town Baltimore There Thereseems Thereseems Thereseems
seems to have been no question of it itduring Itduring itduring
during his lifetime it only arose when whenhis whenhis whenhis
his fame was assured a surel and othor cities citiesawaking olUesawaking citiesawaking
awaking to realization reall atlon of his merit de demanded demanded demnnded ¬
manded a share of the spoils The world worldknows worlllI worldknows
I knows the history of his life until his histragic hisI histragic
I tragic death He was not as much a avictim avlotlm avictim
victim of drink as a victim of circum circumstance clrcumstance circumstance ¬
stance Old friends and neighbors neighborsmothorInlaw neighborsmothorInIaw neighborsmotherinlaw
mothorInlaw teachers teachcrs and boyhood boyhoodand boyhoodand boyhoodand
and college mates have refuted this thisfabrication thisfabrication thisfabrication
fabrication There is a legend in our ourfamily ourfnmlly ourfamily
family that stimulant in the lightest lightestform llihtesttorm lightestform
form would excite him and act almost almostInstantly almostInstantly almostinstantly
Instantly on onhls hls nerves A cup of coffee cof coffee corfee ¬
fee has been known to have the effect of ofliquor ofliquor ofliquor
liquor His Raven was not written writtenwhile writtenwhile writtenwhile
while in the madness of delirium trem tremens tremcns tremens
ens No delirium tremens does not have havethat havethat havethat
that effect If it t did how many poets of ofnowadays ofnowadays ofnowadays
nowadays would gladly gladl indulge in fiery fieryliquors fieryliquors fieryliquors
liquors In the effort to also write a aRaven aRnen aRaven
Raven or an equal masterpiece masterpieceAddicted masterpieceAddlctro masterpieceAddicted
Addicted to the use of liquor he may mayhave maync maypave
have nc boon but he was not known as a adrunkard adrunknrd adrunkard
drunkard during his lifetime To be un unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
fortunate Is not to be evil To my mind mindthe mindthe mindthe
the quality of evil is never to be applied appliedto
to the unfortunate Their actions are arebeyond arcboyond areboyond
boyond their own volition They too toowould toowould toowould
would be honorable but physical physical phy cal crav craving cravIng craving ¬
ing denies them this privilege Crime CrimeIs CrimeIs CrimeIs
Is a Q moral starvation that should be benursed benursed benursed
nursed and fed until tho spirit reborninto reborn reborninto rebornInto
into life cants away the crust of crime crimeand crimeand crimeand
and grasps the loaf of rectitude rectitudeThe rectitudeThe rectitudeThe
The Bells that haunting bit of word wordmelody wordmelody wordmelody
melody was not the inspiration of Mrs MrsWhitman MrsWhitman MrsWhitman
Whitman but a Baltimore poem written writteni
i > >
in one of those periodical visits to Bal Baltimore BaItlmore Baltimore ¬
timore after the death of Virginia when whenwith whonwith whenwith
with an Inborn love of the Maryland Marylandcity Marlan Marlancity Marylandcity
city he would return to the Joyhaunted Joyhauntedretreats johauntedretreats joyhauntedretreats
retreats of youth and manhood The Thehouse Thehouse Thehouse
house where this famous poem was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written still stands and a visit to it itlast Itlast itlast
last week awoke many reminiscences reminiscencesfrom reminiscencesfrom reminiscencesfrom
from Its occupants Judge Guiles who whowas whowas whowas
was Poes host that memorable night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when the wild resonant music of 0 the thesleighbells theslelghbells thesleighbelis
sleighbells awoke like music in thepoets the thepoets thepoets
poets heart is dead The room Poe Poequitted Pac Pacquitted Poequitted
quitted eo quietly after the divine fire fireleft firelett fireleft
left him is still utilized as a law oHco oHcoand officoand otIlcoand
and strange to say fla is occupied by the thegrandnephew thegrandnephew thegrandnephew
grandnephew of Judge Guiles A ParlettLoyd Parlett ParlcttLoyd ParlettLod
Loyd a pension attorney of Baltimore BaltimoreNear Baltimore BalUlnoreroar BaltimoreNear
Near Hollingsford Street on Pratt PrattStreet PrattStreet PrattStreet
Street It was not difficult to locate theoyster the theoyster thooyster
oyster shop of Widow Meaghers whore whoretho whorotbe wheretho
tho prize story The Gold Bug was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written on top of an oyster barrel for a adesk ndesk adesk
desk and with the noises of outgoing and andincoming andIncoming andincoming
incoming customers powerless to disturb disturbthe disturbthe disturbthe
the sublime flow of Poes inspiration inspirationTrue InspirationTrue inspirationTrue
True to tradition the place Is still a agroggery agrogge13 agroggery
groggery but how surprised the present presenthabitues presenthabitues
habitues would probably be if they know knowwho knowwho knewwho
who had preceded them In frequenting frequentingthe frequentingthe
the quaint tavern The circumstances of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the drugging of Poe have ever been beenshrouded beonshrouded beenshrouded
shrouded in mystery No one could tallthem toll tollthem lollthem
them but Poe himself and members of oftho atthe ofthe
the Plug Uglles gang They were mom members momhers momhors ¬
hers of a secret society and tholr lips lipswere Upswore lipswore
wore therefore sealed The poet never neverregained noverregained neverregained
regained consciousness long enough to torelate torelate torelate
relate the truth The tales of besotted besottedmen besottedmen
men have no value for in all proba probability probablUty probability ¬
bility they were not thought of until untilafter untilatter untilafter
after years had rendered any story storyplausible 8tOryplauslhle storyplausible
plausible Family tradition and records recordshowever recordshowc recordshowever
however howc er have this authentic version of ofthe o othe ofthe
the finding of Poe on the night of Octo October October October ¬
ber 3 1849 1849My 1849My
My 1 grandfather a first cousin of the thepoet thepoet thepoet
poet was wa passing down Baltimore Street Streeton Streoton Streeton
on the nIght of the 3d of October when whenhe whonhe whenhe
he saw lying under the steps of the old oldBaltimore oldBaltimore oldBaltimore
Baltimore Museum corner of Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand Baltimoreand
and Calvert C lvert Streets a man in what he hethought hethought hethought
thought was a drunken stupor It was waselection wnsclectlon waselection
election night and his first thought was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that It was someone overcome with the theindulgence theindulgence
indulgence of the day Pity for the un unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
fortunate caused him to bend over the theman thoman theman
man when to his amazement he saw sawIt sawIt sawit
It was his cousin Edgar Quickly send sanding sending sendIng ¬
ing a messenger to Nollabn Poe another anothercousin anothercousin anothercousin
cousin who wh lived near he took tooka a currlage cur carriage currlage ¬
rlage and placing the still unconscious unconsciouspoet unconsciouspoet unconsciouspoet
poet in It took him to the Washington
nn nn = = m i iRoom
Room in Which the Poet Died I
EDGAR ALLAN POE
1 I
I
University Hospital now the Church ChurchHomo ChurchHomo ChurchHome
Homo on North Broadway For over overthroe ovcrthroe overthree
throe days < 1a 8 the doctors worked unavall unavallingly unavallInJly unavailIngly
ingly to at least restore him to con consciousness conclousness consciousness ¬
sciousness but in vain Tho case was wasdiagnosed wasdiagnosed wasdiagnosed
diagnosed as drug poisoning and ex oxposuro exposure exposure ¬
posure and combined with a weak heart heartproved hmutprovcd heartproved
proved fatal On Sunday morning Octo October Octobor Octoher ¬
her 7 as the Angelus was ringing all allover alloyr allover
over the city his hi soul oul passed paeae with the themusic themusic themusic
music of the bolls out Into the surging surgingsea surgl surgl7gsea g
sea of death Followed to the end by byhis byhili byhis
his atfendunt ntendunt guardian hill taut words wordshave wordshav wordshave
have hav < been reported r ported how accurately I Icannot Icannot Icannot
cannot say Would to God someone someonewould ICmoonor someonewould
r would blow my damned brain bra brains 1ts out outTho outTho outThe
Tho following day a little funeral train trainwont trulnwont trainwont
wont through the city of Baltimore Bnltlmor No Noone Noone Noone
one turned to look after it and yet it itwas Itwns itwas
was the Monumental Citys Cft moat gifted giftedson glftodson giftedson
son thus going oln to his long lon rest Not a abell ahell abell
bell tolled except perhaps PQrhn those bells bellsof bull bullor hellsof
of fancy ho had immortalized Reaching ReachingWestminster RoachingYestmlnster ReachingWestminster
Westminster Westminster ohurohyard where his an ¬
castors were buried he was placed in inan Innn inan
an open grave gr Ve in lot 27 by the side 8Jde ot otDavid atDlnhl ofDavid
David Poe hIs grandfather the Revo Revolutionary RevoJutlonary Revolutionary ¬
lutionary patriot The committal service servicewas senlcewas servicewas
was read by the Rev W D Clemm a adistant adistant adistant
distant relative of Virginia Clemm ClcmmEven ClemmE ClemmEy
Ey Even E en in death the silence ho craved was wasdenied wasdonlro wasdenied
denied him for the noises of the city cityaurge citysurge citysurge
surge outside the gates but they do not notmar notmar notmar
mar the pence pcte of the grave graveIn graveIn graveIn
In after years oars the monument monument m nument provided providedby providedby providedby
by the family being destroyed Miss Sara SaraSlgourney SaraSigourncy SaraSigourney
Slgourney Rico principal of the Western WesternFemale WesternFemale VceternFemale
Female High HlghSchool School having her sympaihies sym sympathies sympathies ¬
pathies pathies aroused by his his neglected grave gravecollected gravecollected gravecollected
collected funds for a small monument monumentunder monumeyt monumeytunder monume t tunder
under which ho h ho was reintorred with Vir Virginia VIr VIrginia V r rginia ¬
ginia and Mrs tr8 Clemm with Imposing Imposingceremonies Imposingceromdnlos imposingceremonies
ceromdnlos ceremonies and In tho presence of a alargo nlarKo alay
largo lay o crowd In 1875 1875Poor 18i5Poor
t tor
Poor or Edgar Poe Poci tho world says saysHow snysHow saysHow
How poor The rewards the pleasures pleasuresof
of genius enlus lie in the soul of genius Itself ItselfWhat It itselfWhat elC elCbat
What bat does it matter what the world worldthinks worldthlnJs worldthinks
thinks 1 Its afterremorse is enough enoughr
r
I A VPRAN P AN BJ EDGAR AUANPQE ALLANSBOE r I
How shall the burial rite be read readThe readThe readThe
The solemn song be sung sungThe sungThe sungThe
The requiem for the loveliest dead deadThat deadThat deadThat
That ever died so young youngHer youngHer youngHer
Her friends frl nds are gazing on her herAnd herAnd herAnd
And on her herga gaudy dy bier bierAnd bierAnd bierAnd
And weep weepoh oh to dishonor dishonorDead dishonorDead dishonorDead
Dead beauty with a tear tearThey tcarThey tearThey
They loved her for her wealth wealthAnd wcaUhADd wealthAnd
And they hated her for her prld prldBut prIde prIdeBut prideBut <
But she grew grewIn In feeble foeble health healthAnd healthAnd healthAnd
And they love her perthat ierthat that she died diedThey dle dleThey diedThey
They tell me while they the speak speakOf speakor speakOf
Of her costly brolderd pall pallThat p pallThat I1 I1That
That my voice Is growing weak weakThat weakThat weakThat
That I should not sing at all allOr allOr allOr
Or that my tone should be beTuned beTuned beTuned
Tuned to such solemn song songSo songSo songSo
So mournfully mourntul1so so mournfully mournfullyThat mournfuUyThat mournfullyThat
That the dead may feel no wrong
Head pf of an Oyster Barrelused Barrel BarrelUsed Barrelused
Used as s a Desk Upon UponWhich UponhieI1 UponVhich
Which hieI1 was Indited the theGreat theGrea theGreat
Great t Puzzle Story J tOi g of ofThe ofT11e 01The
The Gold Bug ug Bur Buried Buried Burled ¬
ied Beside His Grandfa Grandfatherin Granclfatl1erin GrancitatI
therin tI erin the Church Chtircfrybrd CI1 rcliy lard rd dt1Vestminster at atWestminster lt ltVestlninSter
Westminster Westminstertributo VestlninStertrIbuto
tributo to genius XOh Y Oh if he would re return return return ¬
turn we would recognize his greatness greatnessBut grP8tnfSSBut greatnessBut
But tho answer cones com corals s true to humanity humanityas
as ever Ye have Moses Ioses aDd the proph prophets prb prbplrets h hets ¬
ets how would you believe belie one who whoreturned whoreturned whoreturned
returned returned f from rbia Hhe7 the dead1riTti dcddZurTbS disnd Tha Manu Manuscripts manuscripts manu manu5crlplsor ¬
scripts 5crlplsor of Edgar Edgar Allan Poe po sold for mere mererHtances meretlttancesareveritable merejittances
rHtances tlttancesareveritable are veritable goldmines gold mines s to totholr totholr totheir
tholr present fortunate owners owners the fam family fm fmfly fam family ¬
ily who disowned his father are proud proudre pro proudtb d dt
re t claim his son and the literati of this thisand thisand thisand
and foreign countries have no Hesitancy HesitancyIn iosltnn < y yIn
In ranking rankinghim him as one of the American AmericanImmortals AmerIcanImmortals AmericanImmortals
Immortals
Therefore to thee this night nightI nlhtI
I will no requiem raise raiseBut raIseBut raiseBut
But waft thee on thy flight flightWith flightWith e eWith
With a Paean of old days daysLAW daysLAW daysLAW
LAW OF F THE CONSERVATION CONSERVATIONOF CONS ER VATION VATIONOF
OF ENERGY IN IN LARGE CITIES
C UST see those people picking up upI uptin upJ
JUST J I tin cans John said Mrs MrsGlennan MrsGlennan UrsGlennlln
Glennan who was a Yore deVere de doVere deVera
Vere I wonder why hy they the do It ItTho 111 111Tho itThe
Tho big slxtyhorsepowcr Mors car carwas carwas carwas
was sweeping on past one of the large largedumps lara laradumps largedumps
dumps where the ashes of the citys citysfires cltsfires citysfires
fires are thrown Those people will willsell willsell willsell
sell the cans to old rag and bone men menwho menwho menwho
who in turn pass them on to large fac factories factories factories ¬
tories in New York There tho tin tincans tincans tincans
cans are made into Intoyoud youd never guess guessit guessIt guessit
it my dear dearweights weights for elevators and andwindow andwindow andwindow
window sashes said old Glennan who whostarted whostarted whostarted
started In life as a newsboy newsbo and is a agraduate agnduate agraduate
graduate of the University of Hard HardKnocks HardKnocks HardKnocks
Knocks KnocksMr KnocksMr KnocksMr
Mr Glennan is right even though what whatho whathe whatho
ho says sounds suspiciously like a afairy afairy afairy
fairy tale Tin cans arc put to other otherpurposes oLhorpurpos otherpurpoas
purposes purpos besides quick lunches for forgoats torgonts forgoats
goats and nd persuaders for tho luckless lucklesssmall lucklesscmall lucklesasmall
small dog When the cans are deliver delivered dellvErcd delivered ¬
ed at the foundry oundr they aro piled up upunder upunder upunder
under a hood of iron which tapers tapersinto ta tapersinto ers ersInto
into a chimney They are then thensprinkled thenGprlnlded thenoprinkled
sprinkled with oil and set afire The Thoheat T110hel1t Theheat
heat consumes the labels homes the thedirt thedirt thedirt
dirt and melts the soldering Tho sold soldering sohlerlng soldering ¬
ering Is collected washed molted again againand againand againand
and cast Into ingots which are sold soldSome soldSome soldSome
Some cans have lapped Joints and melt meltapart meltaIart meltapart
apart completely I These are sorted out
But she is gone above aboveWith ahoveWIth aboveWith
With young Hope at her sld sldAnd side sideAnd sideAnd
And I am drunk with love loveOf JoYeOf loveOf
Of the dead who is my bride brldeOt brideOf
Xk XkOf A
Of the dead denddead dead who lies liesAll liesAh liesAll
All Ah perfumed thore thoreWith thoreWI thereWiththe
With WI Withthe h the t e death upon her eyesAnd eyes eyesAnd ey eyAnd
And the life upon her hairThus haIr halrThus haIrThus
Thus on the coffin loud and long longI 10nlI longI
I strike strikethe the murmur sent sentThrough sentThrough sentThrough
Through the gray chambers to my song songShall songShall songShall
Shall be the accompaniment accompanimentThou AccompanimentThou accompanimentThou
Thou dledst in thy lifes June JuneBut JuneBut JuneBut
But thou didst not die Ie too fair fairThou r fairThou l lThou
Thou didst not die too soonNor soon soonNor soonNor
Nor with too calm an air airFrom alrFrom airFrom
From more than friends on earth earthThy eathTby earthThy
Thy life and love are rlven rlvenTo rlvenTo rivenk rivenkTo
> >
To join the untainted mirth mirthOf mirthor mirthOf
Of more more than thrones in heaven h riv17i1
jand and the sheets of tin are straightened straightenedand
and bound into bundles They are sold soldwonderful soldwonderful soldwonderful
wonderful to S8tO say to the trunkmak trunkmakers trU trunkmakers 1kmak 1kmakers
ers who reenforce tho cornors of o Sara Saratogas Saratogas Saratogas ¬
togas with them them So that the can from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which Mrs Wiggs ate her tomatoes re roappoara reapp08rs reappears
appears in social circles as the th guard guardian guardian guardian ¬
ian of Mrs Chatfleld ChatfleldTaylora ChatfleldTayloratrunk Cbat ChatfieldTaylorstrunk eldTaylors eldTaylorstrunk
trunk at Naples Xaples or the Gorman Gorm n spas spasButtoomakers spasButtoomakers spasButtonmakers
Buttoomakers briy the strips of tin tinaud tinaud tinand
aud vac them for the discs out ou of whichclothcovered which whichclothcovered whchclothcovered
clothcovered battens DUtt are made Thuslotrox Thus ThusGotrox ThusGotrox
Gotrox may ma wear Wear upon po his silklined silklinedPrinco silklinedPrince silklinedPrince
Prince Albert the very or tin which Dusty DustyRhodes DustyRhodes I IRhodos
Rhodes cast aside nsl < fe as he passed pas sod the theash theash theash
ash heap heapThe heapi heapThe
i The other otltlr machinemade cans are areloaded arelanded areIoadod
loaded into carts and taken to tho thocupola thocupola thecupola
cupola which Is 1 a big furnace furnace fed fedwith tedwith fedwith
with cans and cake c coke ke by b turns tu ns When the thatin thetin thetin
tin is heated to liquid form and thesing tho thoslag thoslag
slag skimmed off otto the metal is poured pouredoff pouredoff pouredoff
off into molds in the form of weights weightsTheso weightsThaso weightsThese
These weights aro are round and smooth smoothaad smoothand smoothand
and when broken bro qn off shew shewcrystals crystals radiating ra radiating radlaUng ¬
diating like Ilk the U spokes pokt > s of ofa a n wheelThe wheel wheelThe wh l lThe
The next tune lou ride in nn eleva elevator elevator leva levator ¬
tor my n1J dear snld oW Gleanan thinkhow think thinkhow thinkho
how ho many nqoplo beside bca d4l the liftboy lifiboyhave liftboyhave 1iftboyor
have worked or orkunto uito to take tak you u to totQe the bargainfloor bargain bargainfloor bargalnoor
floor oor
c cM
floorMy
My M dear dt > ar John why do you y u tell me mesuch mesuch meseek
such things Good Eii g iyuj JU how very verycoarse verycoarse verycoarsei
coarse coarsei
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