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Archibald Claverinf Gonter
A Sequel to
Mr. Barnes of New York
Author of "Mr. R.n... f Now York."
"Mr. Patter of T. ..-'
Tk.1 Fronchm.n." Etc.
Oopyrtshi. Ivor. issui Mmci Uo.. N. r.
Hurl.. . 1 1 Urn nt M. : wealth) in- il in
Inuring .11 sun, rsweur-s tin- young ICnir
Hsii II ! I -imnt.'Kilwiiril Oerartt Anstrutn
er, mnl Ills Corslcan rllc, Marina,
iIiiiikI" i of lhr Pin. lis. from tlm mur-
Si-ri.n ; V "lliletta, understanding tllHI Ills
reward N lo be the hand of the girl he
lovnn. s : Anstruther. (later of the Kna
Mah lleui-nanl. The four fly from AJar-
cit to Marseilles on in. hi. i the French
at earn n f. Histamine. The vendetta pur
sue and aa the quartet are i.ni to
board the train r..r l...n.l.u. at Marseilles
Mnrtnn In handed a mysterious note
whirl. eaitses her to collapse and necessl
talea postponement of the tourney.
Barnes and Rnld are married. Soon
after llielr wedding Barnes' bride dis
appears Barnoa discovers she has
been kidnaped and taken to (ornlra.
The MOM secures a fishing vessel and
la about lo atart In pursuit of Ma bride's
captors when he hears a scream from
the tills, and rushes back to hear that
AnMrni ' -i 's wife, Marina, Is also miss
Inn. twines Is compelled to depart for
Corslc.i without delay, and so he leaves
the acirch for Marina to her husband
while ha aQc to hunt for Knld Just be
fore Raines1 boat lamia on Coralca'a
shore Marina la discovered hiding In a
corner of the vessel. She explains her
action in' saying ahe has come to help
Barnes rescue his wife from the Coral
cans VVI.cn Barnes anil Marina arrive
In Oorslc i he la Riven a note written by
Rnld Informing him that the kidnaping
Is for Hie purpoae of entrapping Harnes
so the vendetta may kill Mm Karnes
end Marina have unusual adventures In
their sear, h for Knld. They come In
sight of her and her captors In the Corsl
can mountain wilds Just as night ap
proaches. In seeking shelter from a
storm the couple enter a hermitage ami
there to their amaaement they discover
Tiiimim, the foster father of Marina.
who wis supposed to have been killed by
Ie Belloc's soldiers, and for whose death
Hum . lad been vendettaed. Tomasso
learn.' 'bat Marina's husband did not
kill h"' brother Many wrongs are right
ed Raines Is surprised in the hermitage
br Itn 'ml and Bnmano. the two detest
ed bantu, who had been searching for
him lo minder him for his money. The
bandits attempt to take away Marpia.
Barnes darts out the donr. The bandita
start In pursue, tint as they reach the
door both are laid low by Karnes' revol
ver, Members of the Keltacoscla enter
and It lines is honored for his great serv
ice to the community In killing the hated
Bochlu and Bomano. The release of
Knld is promised. Barnes Is conveyed In
triumph to lliicngiutiio. Marina acquaints
the "ciin.-iis.-lii with Hull.. 'Ms plot
against her husband ami the people are
Inslrii' ted to vote against him at the
coining "lection. Barnes is taken to the
mansion of the Paolls to meet Knld
Marina receives a telegram. She starts
for Basils to meet her husband. Knter
inir the room to greet his wife Barnes Is
bewildered to find the adventuress I,a
Belle It's, k wood, hut mil Knld. She had
been substituted for the American's bride
by a l.rwd plot l.leut. Anstruther ar
rives to Mud Marina and learna that ahe
has been lured away by the telegram
which had been sent by another without
his knowledge The two start In search of
Marina It'irnea and Kdwln take different
roads in their search.
CHAPTER XVI. Continued.
Aa he gallops from the little hamlet,
some cyclamen branches greet him, he
utr - mi in. s steed.
j And whi.t a ride It is, tinder the
great trees of La Cnatagnlcola, where
chestnuts big aa eggs drop upon htm,
tin- giant cheatnuta that fed Paoll's
patriot army, the bread of Corsica. ,
each 1l07.cn trees being a peasant maid
en's marriage dower.
Hut though the woods are all chest- j
aula. 10(1 win still sees In his road cycla
men hi indies, slightly withered now,
their fragrance fading, and hope
fii.iw . higher in his heart.
80 he . ul '.s along the parklike vales
of 1.4 ' 'aatagnlccla. and before him is
the gr-wn of the great Ha veils foreBt
fading away down the hillsides toward
the distant and still unseen Tuscan
Here Kdwln checks his horse, I
spriugti off and picks up a cylamen
braucii. and as he rides along, looking
at the dowers, suddenly ejaculates:
"Jove, how fresh their perfume and
pluck -il I wo days since."
Hut tUe lately cut (lowers give no
warning to the sailor; he is too eager
now. PaiuUM l tnt lMit" village of
Pletra, Kdwln steps into the inn to ask
I some questions and hears news that
f snakes him frenzied.
' The landlord, delighted at his lib
eral hand, tells him to avoid the com
niuual where the voting is going oa.
"The liiiochose' have got full of wine
and are havlug a riot In that direction.
They aie perfect devils, these fellows
from l.urca over across the sea that
Dauetlu Imported to work upon his
'('until t'ipilaiio Danella has estates
here"" aski Kdwln excitedly.
Vs. now It la Clprlanii Down to
ward Orvlone, where the cliffs run
Into the sea, the only place where It is
not sickly and they have no lagoons.
You can Iinui it by the QftfiOeSfl watch
tower that was In ruiiiH, but the rXMWI
some v-Hi'M a0 had repaired and made
"It curious I never heard auyone
mention (Mpi'lanO's properties here."
mutter the sailor.
"Oh. possibly not. Till a fortnight
siuco, Hiey belonged to Musso Uauella,
the dead one, but Count CIprutM has
Bow l.iken poMHOHslun of I hem."
Ho is i here T"
"Why, I think so. A boy who came
p the pass yesterday said the new
inn had come Ihere In a vesse"
"H Is there nt prevent ?"
"Quite Riire!" ! ti'-bs the man. "CI
nrlano hl'iiself rode through nere yes
terday escorting a lady with Home of
"Aha. It: a carriage driven by an old
"She was in n cnrrliige. but was not
driven by an old Corslcan; a boy
whipped the horses."
"She wssVXwwBl and beautiful?"
"My eyes are old. I could not see
well, aignore. The carriage came rap
Idly past me. three or four riding about
It. The lady looked as if she would
say some words; she rose almost as If
to spring out. but something In the car- i
rlftge seemed to check her, and they
whipped up the horses. Oh. Slgnore.
how terrible you look!"
"The quickest way to Clpriano's
estates?" asked Anstruther hoarsely.
"Down the road there, through the
forest, over two ranges of hills nnd his
land b- .n i Poit be careful how you
go that way; the 'I.ttcchese' are Just
beyond the village. Hear them?
They are rioting now," as Neapolitan
outcries and Tuscan exercratlons and
oaths and the rattle of stones are heard
further to the east. "Ilest take a by
path." Kdwln takes the road pointed out to
him; he wishes no delay with these
Italian workmen,' whom. Imported In
great numbers into the Island, the Cor
slcans would probably butcher to a
man did not their natural laziness
make them prefer to let the "Luc
chese" live and work for them.
But the by-path doesn't rid him en
tirely of the "I.ucchese." Just after
he has left the village he finds him
self confronted by some hundred Ital
ian workmen, who threateningly de
mand drink money, and unfortunately
noting the cyclamen flower in the
sailor's hand, the red being the color
of the candidate they do not favor,
they rush at him with upraised pitch
forks and scythes.
But the lieutenant, remembering Na
poleon's recipe for mobs, pulls out his
pistol Dodging one volley of atones,
aoine of which come dangerously sear
to him, he dashes on, and there are
two wounded "I.ticchese" as he rides
away and three empty cylinders in
Here a broken cyclamen branch
makes htm forget all else, and riding
hurriedly, after some hours of moun
tain vistas, he reaches a little hill and
gazes at a view which causes him for
one moment to pause. The dark emer
ald of the woods descending quite i
rjstaraL. i .jg 7 .. ., - vhuji
lapBeV it lrSjRflHi J?&
tmJBEMr A&MwXLtlkjLi '
There Are Two Wounded "Luccheae"
aa Ha Ridea Away.
rapidly, reaches the paler emerald of
the sunlit Tuscan sea.
Few sails are on the quiet waters
of the tropic sea, though a sailing
flsher craft of some burden la an
chored off the shore.
Hut what holds most strongly the
hungry eye of Kdwln Anstruther Is
the foreground of this wondrous pic
ture. Hunuing into the gentle waves about
half a mile from him is a cliff, topped
by a fairy green of foliage; upon it
stands a ruined turret. Its time-stained
stones Indicate It had been a watch
tower of the Genoese In olden days
and that from Its top centuries ago
had llamed beacons warning the flee
ing people that the galleys of llarbary
pirates were ravaging these shores.
The mass of ruined masonry rising
above the foliage has been now appar
ently repaired. The Englishman aees
the shci-n of glass In some of the little
loop-holed windows, lieside It on the
same cliff some 50 yards away Is a
comfortable Corslcan farmhouse. In
creased by a long modern addition
whose windows are large and whose
portico Is spacious. Of a sudden he
thinks he sees a white hand waving
some piece of woman's lingerie from
the tower, and gallops down the road,
careless of all except that It may be
his wife. Though It is nearly dusk,
the cyclamen flowers still greet him
with their perfume. He rides across a
little bridge that spans a chasm awful
In its depth through which the sea
rushes. It is light enough to see very
Indistinctly, and he finds himself on a
lawn planted with Ilex, citron and
orange trees. On DM side Is the farm
house; on the other the lone (Jeno. sc
Home broken branches of cyclut u u
(lowers lead him toward the turret A
light Is now streaming from Its upper
story. Itldlug his horse tc, the lor
iircbiil masonry that Is the entrance
to the lower story, he springs off to
uliubt upon cyclamen blooms. The
odor of the flowers Issues from Un
The heavy oaken doors of the en
trance an- open Invitingly, but he
scare notices them. There Is only
one thought In his heart : "Is my wlfs
With his revolver ready In hlB hand,
b.4 dashes rapidly up the circular stoie
stairway, upon which oped little loop
holes. After nightfall, those give him
no light. Hut the illumination of a
lamp or candle comes down the stair
way as he passes higher up. He calls:
"Marina, are you there?" and enters
the chamber at the top of the tower.
It Is lighted by a lump and fitted up
for occupancy. There is a little bed
In It. some old chairs and nn oaken I
table. 1'pon the bed are a hunch ol i
cyclamen flowers and articles of worn
nn's apparel. He files to examine
l bcin. They are not those of his wife
lTpn the table Is an envelope ad
"Lieut. Kdwln Gerard Antruther."
Its contents, written In the same .
hand as that of Marina's letter, makes
the young mnn's eyes roll In his head:
Mon Cher Anstruther:
I have been watching your coming, over
Hie hills, following the cyclamen flowers
the charming Marina so astutely dropped
.in., the path to bring you here and am
prepared for your visit.
I thought you would he attractetl to the
light in thla chamber when all else was
As you road this you are already trap
ped. I'., you think I will spare anyone who
brought about my hrolher'a death? Ask
Tomasso, who is already gone.
Do you Imagine, Rngllsh lieutenant,
who call yourself husband to the woman
I have decreed shall be mine, that you
shall be scat bless
The sharp clang of the doors below
makes Kdwln drop the letter and
spring like a topman down the stairs.
Though he is quick, somebody Is
quicker. The strong doors are closed
As he reaches the lower step, he hears
steel bars falling Into their sockets out
side. From without a Jeering laugh
makes him know this has been
planned. This Is confirmed by the
creaky turning of a great key.
"Unlock this door!" he commands in
"Diablo, not after having had so
much trouble to trap you," la returned
In aliiiiist Parisian French.
Without a word Anstruther dis
charges his revolver Into the lock ol
the door. He has exhausted his three
remaining cartridges, when the im
plngement of the bullets shows that
the lock is protected by steel and hi
He Is Interrupted by loud cries of
terror from almost beneath his feet:
"Hang It, quit that shooting! Do you
want to blow us up? I saw that scar
faced chap shove sticks of nitro
glycerin all around In the crevices
This tower's mined, and that scoun
drel has got a fuse or electric wlr
running to It."
His own language with a Yankee
twang coming from below startles Ed
win. He has some matches In hli
pocket; strikes one, looks round and
sees a trap door In the flooring almost
beneath his feet. He pulls It up and
peers down. His eyes glare Into those
of another man gazing up from an un
derground vault. Holding the match
so that he can see the face he gaaps:
"Great guna, Emory! I thought you
"I'm almost dead," growls the detec
tlve, Edwin, almost stunned by sur I
prise, gazing at him petrified. "Hy
the living Jingo, Where's Harnes'.' 1
guessed some of you'd And me out,"
nibls the Plnkerton man In relieved
mih i- "I reckoned you'd rescue a
chap who's been risking his life and
getting a good deal the worst of It In
"I came to find my wife," cries Ed- i
win shortly. "Have you seen her?"
"Oh, there's a lady, I think, in the
"In the house? And they have
cooped me up In this tower." Anstru
ther frantically assaults the door
"Oh, I reckoned they'd be doing
something underhand to you," callb
Emory. "Come down and help me out
"Why don't you come up? There's
"I can't. Dash It. they've got leg
IronB on me. They feed me on soup
and hi end and don't even leave a
spoon with tin- to dig out. I was seized
and smuggled from St. Tropez in that
. fishing craft that followed your yacht
Just the moment I had It fixed bo I'd
hear their plans. They're crafty as
"A I'lnki-i ton man like you captured
In this disgraceful way!" says An
struther sternly. For he thinks had
Kmory kept his eyes open and done
his duty, Knld would have escaped ab
duction and the rest never have come
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
One woman who doeB her own
work and yet likes to entertain a good
deal has brought order out of chaos
and made the work lighter for herself
by limiting her dinner to three hot
dishes. She serves first Iced canta
loupe, grape fruit or oysters, accord
ing to the season; then meat, pota
toes and one vegetable. Salad and
dessert are prepared beforehand, and
so Is the coffee. She serves ail but
the three hot dlshea which, of courae
must be brought from the kitchen
from a small serving table at her side,
which has two shelves beneath It and
an outstanding bracket ahelf for the
clean and used dishes The coffee, In
a French coffee pot, stands on one of
the brackets of Hie serving table and
bolls met rily until r.-'i'iii ml
8om Reason for Her Faar.
The wife of the l'lttsburg million
aire reached her breakfast table in
fear and trepidation. The waiting
maid off' nil her the morning pupers.
"No, Marie; never give me those
when John is out of town on business
I can't hour to think what they might
contain." And she sipped her col
fee with heavy eyes. Judge,
assjasajsajasjaniiaiii, i i iiMmummmif
Kiluaiil Madden. . ho wa shot while
attempting to escape, after havliiK
held up n poUer game in Butte. Is dead
from his wounds.
The bodv of Fireman Wallman has
been round at While I'ine, Mont . be
neath his engine tender, the body
being literally ground to pieces and un
Secretary Hulllnger. of the Interior
ilepartmen.. has agneed to attend, 11
possible, aid make an address at the
National Irrigation congress at S
kane next August.
Albertus H. Johnson, chief of the
correspondence division of the poetof
flee department, has been designated
to represent the war department at
the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at
Kaslern wool buyers nre again In the
vicinity of Lewlston, Mont., and the
offers made are a little In advance of
those last January by perhapB a cent,
21 cents now being offered for the best
class of wool.
Donald Boyd was convicted at
Mount Vernon, Wash., of kidnaping
Patrick McCoy, a wealthy Seattle
lumberman. In the woods near Bow
last autumn, with the Intention of
holding him for a ransom.
I.uls McFadden. a Seven Troughs
teamster, fired two shots with a re
volver at his wife, Mary, at Reno,
Nev., shooting away a finger and pro
ducing an ugly wound In her neck. Be
lieving her wounds mortal, McFadden
W. T. Onyon. assistant caahler of
the First National bank In lovelock,
Nevada, was found dead with a bullet
wound through his heart. It Is be
lieved that the wound was self-inflicted.
Bank officials declare Onyon's ac
counts are straight.
The state board of health of Mon
tana has issue. I a new Bet of rules and
regulations for sanitation and ventlla
tlon purposes, applicable on all rail
roads operating within the state, effec
tlve June 1, and which Is said to be
the most stringent on record.
Only 11,000 worth of property was
left by Major William A. Stanton of
Ooldfleld, Nev., who killed himself by
shooting In the California hospital
last week, according to a petition for
lettorB of administration filed In the
superior court at I.os Angeles.
The Iwenty-fllh encampment of the
Montana division of the Grand Army
of the Republic convened at Billings
I on April 15, the encampment being at
tended by about 125 members of the
Montana post and an equal number of
members of the Women's Relief Corps.
Two persons were seriously Injured.
1 one probably fatally, when a touring
I car containing W. E. Worden, a busl
I in -M man, his wife, three children and
I Amasa Inscho, a hortlculturallst, was
run down by a train at San Diego, Cal..
Mrs. Worden and Inscho being Injured.
Nine heavily loaded freight cars,
which formed a portion of a Northern
Pacific freight train being pulled Into
Melcna, were wn.cked. Just aa the
train was passing the station a eon
pllng In the middle of the train broke
and nine cars were hurled from tn
Suit has been instituted against the
Helena Hot Springs company in the
district court by James Breen, of Spo
kane, for $25,000. The Helena Hot
Springs company Is the concern or
ganlzed by F. Augustus Melnze to take
over ami conduct the Broadwater
hotel, a noted health resort of Helena,
Dick Anderson, arrested at I.ara
mle, Wyo., on a forgery charge, pre
ferred by the Dillon, Mont., authori
ties, escaped while being returned to
Dillon by leaping through the toilet
window of an Oregon Short Line train
near Idaho Falls, Ida., while the train
was traveling at a speed of forty miles
Thomas Crouse, of Helena, Mont,
has Just concluded negotiations for the
fale of his Fergus county ranch, to a
Chicago syndicate, headed by W. M
Powers, a banker. The deal Includes
the largest cattle, sheep aud horse
ranch In Ihe state of Montana, and
the purchase price Is near the million
Applications for lands under the en
larged holm-si cad law will not be to
celved by local land offices until the
( lists are received from Washington.
The officers at Washington will desig
nate the lands subject to entry, and no
applications for unlisted lands will he
Joshua Klein, the "radio active
philosopher," will be deported from
Tacoma. Klein recently was convicted
! of an attack upon a woman who was
! trying to persuade him to recall to
America two Tacoma girls whom he
had persuaded to Join his colony In
Juan Nlculas, a Filipino, was exe
cuted at the Washington penitentiary
on April 16 for the murder of an
other Filipino and a white boy at Port
Blakely. Nlculas died with a smile
on hla face. Nlculas Is believed to
be the first Filipino ever executed In
the United States
Harry Glllig, well known In Califor
nia aud New York, died April 14 In
Ixis Angeles. Glllig was prominent a
few years ago as one of the bright
lights of the Bohemian club or San
FraiiclKco. and later of Ihe Lambs'
club of New York. He had been In
poor health for several years.
Advices from Washington state that
the secretary of the Interior has va
cated the reclamation service order
Withdrawing fr settlement 209,000
acres of land In connection wllh tint
Madison river project. These lands
will bo subject to entry at the Helena
land office after Juno M next.
Several thousand slot muchlnes in
San Francisco, into which It Is de
clan d more I ban a million dollars a
month is placed, will bo abolished af
ter July I, Mayor Taylor having sinned
i In ordinance recently passed by Ihe
board of lupanrlaori which prohibits
Uielr use under lnay penalty.
CALAMITY THAT DWARFS ALL
Troubles of the Grown-Ups But Bub
bles Beside Tragedy That Har
rowed Boy's Soul.
People talk of calamities the drop
of a few points In some stock, the
craph of a runaway horse, the burst
ing of a water pipe, the cook leaWng
)UBt as the company arrives, a fellow
getting mad and trading at another
store, an editor writing the word
"damn," the loving helpmeet running
Into a dash of rain while out In her
richest plumage, the lawyer losing a
plain case which he took on a contin
gent fee - we say people talk of calam
ities like these, and they fall back In
to unspeakable anguish, but they are
all the mere foibles of disappointment
.-ompared with what we saw the other
day, whiuh was this: A small boy
built a kite out of sticks and tissue
paper, and it had a long graceful call- '
ro tall, and he brought It forth to sail
It In a sunny breeze. What a reallza- I
tlon of great hope was there when
he held up that thing of beauty to
catch the first palpitating beams of
the morning! How his heart thumped
with delight! Away goes the kite, I
borne on the sweet breath of the !
morning up, up It goes, and now It
sails and soars, as If it transfigured
soon- happy dream but look, In, there .
Is a flurry and a dart and down it
dashes on a malignant tangle of tele
phone wires, and a boy's soul Is har- i
rowed with despair. That's what we
call real calamity. All the others are
bogus Ohio 8tate Journal
BABY'S WATERY ECZEMA
Itched and Scratched Until Blood Ran
$50 Spent on Useless Treatments
Disease Seemed Incurable.
Cured by Cutlcura for $1.50.
"When my little boy was two and a
half months old he broke out on both
cheeks with eczema. It was the Itchy,
watery kind and we had to keep his
little hands wrapped up all the time,
and If he would happen to get them
uncovered he would claw his face till
the blood streamed down on his cloth
ing. We called In a physician at once,
but he gnve an ointment which was so
severe that my babe would scream
when It was nut on. Wo changed
doctors and medicine until we had
spent fifty dollars or more and baby
was getting worse. I was so worn out
watching and caring for him night and
day that I almost felt sure the disease
was Incurable. But finally reading of
the good results of the Cutlcura Rem
edies, I determined to try them. I
can truthfully say I was more than
surprised, for I bought only a dollar
and a half's worth of the Cutlcura
Remedies (Cutlcura Soap, Ointment
and Pills), and they did more good than
all my doctors' medicines I had tried,
and in fact entirely cured him. His
face Is perfectly clear of the leaBt
spot or scar of anything. Mr. W. M.
spot or scar. Mrs. W. M. Comerer
Burnt Cabins, Pa., Sept. 15, 1908."
Pottsr I'm a cii. -in Corp., Hols Props., Boston.
"Madam," said the medical man,
gravely, "you must pracllce filling
your lungs with deep breaths of pure
"An' bust the smithereens out of my'
new dlrect'ry gown," sniffed the lady.
"I think I see myself."
And turning on her high heels she
haughtily left the apartment. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
One Thing She Was Sure Of.
Grace Really, mother, you seem
cross this morning.
Mother (sternly) How often have I
told you not to let that young man
Grace I don't know, mother, but
certainly not as often as he has
PERU N A
ror Catarrh of the Throat of Two I
'I was afflicted for two years with i
catarrh of the throat. At first It was
very slight, but every cold I took made I
it worse. J
"I followed your directions and In a
very short time I began to improve. I I
took one bottle and am now taking 1
my second. I can safely say that my i
throat and head are cleared from ca- i
t..rrh at the present time, but I still
continue to take my usual dose for a
spring tonic, and I find there Is noth
ing better." Mrs. W. Pray, 260
Twelfth 8t., Brooklyn, N. Y. i
CRIMINAL IN CHILD NATURE.
Writer in New Orleans Picayune As
serts We Are All Born with Ten
derness Toward the Bad.
"All children," said a psychologist,
"are born criminals. Instinctively
they lie, steal, slander, torture I don't
know what. The saintliest man, a very I
Dr. Parkh'irst of a man, were he to ;
grow up as he began, would have a
long career of bank robberies, aa
s. mils, debauches and murders, and be
would die on tbe gallows.
"A child, as soon as It begins to
toddle and lisp, steals. Till you have
trained a child to know that thefts
are followed by spankings, would you
dare to leave It alone in a candy
"It also lies. After a raid on the
am or cake, does a child admit Its
suilt? Of course not. It lies earnest
"A child slanders and libels. Did
you ever hear a beautiful, lisping
bibl speak in praise of Its play
mate? No. On the contrary, It ac
cuses the playmate continually of
"A child will get drunk If you give
it the opportunity. I.ack of opportu
nity ts all that prevents children from
u eiimlng confirmed Inebriates.
"It Is needless to go on. Ixok back
rn your childhood. Study your evil
little child heart. You'll wonder then
that no curio collector cherishes a
piece of your rope." New Orleans
The City of a Thousand Tongues.
"Why do you devote so much tlm
to the Btudy of the languagea? Art
you going to study abroad?"
"No. I want to be equipped to carry
on an intelligent conversation with
any one I may happen to meet In New
York." Washington Star.
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and 16 wheels, is heavy and strong, and
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