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Mrs Irs Bernard M Solomon returned returnedMonday returnedMonday
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WHAT T BLISS DID SAYIN SAY SAYIN S SS
S IN BOOK ON STRIK STRIKE
PROVES FROM THE TH BOOK BQOKHE HE FA FAHIS FAVORED FAVOREDUNION
VORED VOREDUNION UNION LAB LABORSAND RAND THAT THATHIS THATHIS
HIS OPPONENTS FALSIFIED THE THERECORD THEREC THERECORD
RECORD REC RD IN THE HEADLINES HEADLINESEditor HEADLINESEditor HEADLINESEditor
Editor Pensacola Journal JournalIt Journalilt
It was Tennyson who said that a lie liethat liethat f fthat S
that is all a alia lie may be met outrlgltbut outrignt outrigntbut outrigatbut
but a lie that is half the truth is a aharder aharder aharder
harder matter to fight fightThis fightThIs fightThis
This must have been uppermost in inthe inthe Inthe
the mind of o him who pretended to tocompile tocompile
compile my labor record He quotes quoteswhat quoteswhat quoteswhat I
what I say of the evils that result resultfrom resultfrom resultfrom
from labor strikes but in the t e headlines headlineswhich headlineswhich headlineswhich
which he himself writes he substi substitutes substltutes substitutes ¬
tutes the word unionism for the theword theword theword
word strikes and thus endeavors to
make it appear that I am opposed to tounions tounions
unions unionsWhy unionsWhy unionsWhy I
Why did not the compiler be hon honest honest honest ¬
est In the matter and say what I said saidIn saIdin saidIn
In my book Undoubtedly he thought thoughtit
it would hurt his cause and thwart thwartthe thwart thwartthe thwartthe
the very veIJend end he sought to accomplish accomplishHe
He would nave killed kiH his whole w ole pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose had he reproduced this para paragraph pardgraph paragraph ¬
graph graphBecause graphBecause graphBecause
Because the writer has taken oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion to t criticise the actions of labor laborunions laborUDlons laborunions
unions especially in regard to strikes strikesit
it must not be concluded that he is isan Isan Isan
an opponent of organized labor for forsuch forsuch forsuch
such is not the fact The writer has hasalways hasalwa hasalways
always alwa s been an advocate of unionism unionismbut unionismbut unionismbut
but in its it proper prop r place He Is an id idvocate
vocate of better betterconditions conditions for the themasses themass themasses
masses mass s of humanity and he opposes opposesstrikes opposesstrikes opposesstrikes
strikes for the thever very reason that strikes strikesmake strikesmake strikesmake
make conditions much worse and lay laybarriers laybarriers laybarriers
barriers in the way of the Improve Improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
ment of the working peoples sur surroundings surroundings surroundings ¬
roundings It is firmly believed thathad that thathad thathad
had labor strikes been abolisaed twen twentyfive twentfive twentyfive ¬
tyfive years ago go that the conditions conditionsthat conditionsthat conditionsthat
that environ the working people would wouldtoday wouldtoday wouldtoday
today be many m ny times better than they theyare the theare theyare
I IEven IEven
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Even my m enemies have never ac accused accused accused ¬
cused me of being a fool yet what a afool afool afool
fool I would be to publish a paragraph paragraphlike paragraphlike paragraphlike
like the above abo e in a book opposing opposingunion opposingunion
union labor 18 bor as a s my m y enemies claim lix lixwork ihi ihiwork t P1 P1work
work to be beIn bein I
In the very first part of my book I Istate Istate I Istate
state the book was not written for forglory forglory forglory
glory nor nor for financial gain nor for forpolitical forpolitical forpolitical
political honors hon rs but solely from a asense asenSe asense
sense of duty with the single aim of ofpouring ofpouring ofpouring
pouring oil uponthe upon the troubled waters watersof
of capital and labor la1 > 9r that their rela relations relatons relations ¬
tions may be better understood and andthat andthat andthat
that better conditions conditionsma may be attain attained attaIned attained ¬
ed by society everywhere everywhereThen everwhereThen everywhereThen
Then I repeat my connection with withthe withilie withthe
the labor la or unions and ar in closing the theintroductory thein theintrodu
introductory in introdu rodu tory chapter I say sayIn sa sayIn 1 1In
In conclusion the writer writ r wishes to tosay tosay tosay
say that he is isn now w as s he always has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been In favor f vor of better conditions for forthe fo fothe forthe
the working people He has always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen hvaysbeen
been an ax opponent of labor strikes for forthe forthe forthe
the specific reasons set forth In the thebody thebod thebody
body bod of this t 1is is work and in writing these thesepages thesepag thesepages
pages pag s he has been entirely consistent consistentwith consistentwith consistentwith
with his former record The reader readeris readersass
is sass assured red that it is with the purest purestmotives purestmotives purestmotives
motives and with the best est interests interestsof interestsothumanity
of othumanity humanity at heart that t at this work workIs workIs workis
Is put forihby for forib by the AUTHORThe AUTHOR AUTHORThe AUThOrLThe
The kernal of that work lies in the theTen th thTen theTen
Ten Specific Reasons Why Strikes StrikesShould StrIkesShould StrikeaShould
Should bfrAbolihetJ Qe e Ab01Ih AboUhq d Those fen en rea reasons reasons rcasons ¬
sons iave baveneYM nevgr nev peen beenanswered ai1Swered On Onthe Ontne Onthe
the other < hand the thet thetUIng tolling WngmmIonS millions are areslowly areslowly ro9 ro9sIowly
slowly but most certainly cCrtalnlfaccepting cCrtalnlfacceptingthe1r accepting acceptingtheir acceptingthIr
their logical 10glcaconclusion conclusion Even Ey Dvenvery the thevery th thCry
very Cry last paragraph paxagiapJ1ln iu Inthe the tkebook booK reais r aas aasJoi
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L1bordeserves ittbor abor deserves all I1 the considera consideration consfderati conslderation ¬
tion ti n that It has ever v rrec r received lved tAlt All Altthat Alltbat Allthat
that is of material materialwortl worth in the World Worldis iO t orId orIdis Jd Jdis
is due to labor The necessaries and andthe andt andfhe
the t e luxuries that we W eat and wear are arealike aNalike ar aralike
alike the result of o labotv labol The Thehtimb1e Thehtimb1elI humble humblelittle humbelItjle
little lI tle home and the palatial palace are areboth areboth
both 1 > oth erected by labor Our roadways roadwaysrailroads roadwaysrailroads roadwaysilroads
railroads ilroads steamboats telegraphs and andtelephones andtelephones andtelephones
telephones are the products of labor laborThe la laborThe or orThe
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and muslp musi that we enjoy euoy lOY are all tae taeresult t tieresult e eresult
result of toll The pretty little scart scanpin scartpln I II Ipin I
pin the dainty little ribbon the choice choicelittle choicelitUecaramel choicelittle
little litUecaramel caramel and even a little candy candydrop CaIlydrop caniydrop
drop are all the product productot of labor Any Anything Anything ¬
thing and everything useful to man mankind m mankind u ukind ¬
kind is make so by labor Without Withoutlabor WIthoutlabor Withoutlabor
labor the beauty of the diamond would wouldnever wouldnever wouldnever
never be seen and the shining goldthat goldthat gold goldthat
that makes a thousand useful and andbeautiful andbeautiful andbeauUful
beautiful things would never never be betaken betakenCrom taken takenfrom takenfrom
from the earth Without labor l bor there
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laborers or should be The man who whoclerks wholerksin wholerksin
clerks lerksin in a store is a laborer as well wellas wellas wellas
as the man that t 3t digs a ditch and one onecalling onecall1ng onecalling
calling is i just as honorable as the theother thether the3ther
other and nd it is right that It should shouldbe shouldbeCor sh uld be befor befor
for all cannot be clerks not can canalbe canalbeditch all be beditch beditch
ditch diggers The Tlieman man who builds a awatch awatch awatch
watch is just as much mu < of a laborer as asche ashe lS lShe
he man who builds a locomotive and andihere andhere andhere
here is just as a much room for skill skilland skilland skilland
and nicety in one calling as there is isin IsIn IsIn
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book or newspaper is just as much ot ota ora ofa
a laborer as the t p man who prints 1C 1CThe It ItThe ILThe
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much of a laborer as the man who con constructs constructs constructs ¬
structs railoads rail adsTbeman The man who grinds grindsdiamonds grindsdiamonds grindsdiamonds
diamonds probably labors as hard as asthe asthe asthe
the man who grinds wheat or corn cornThe cornTaeman cornThe
The Taeman man who directs personally the theoperations theperaUonS theoperations
operations of a factory or other enter enterprise enterprIse enterprise ¬
prise probably labors just as hard hardas hardasthe as asithe asthe
the workmen that It employes We Weare Weare Weare
are all working people and we have havethe havothe havethe
the glory of producing all that there thereIs thereis
1 is of worth in the world and society societyIs societYISafter
Is ISafter after all U only onl one great coopera cooperative cooperatIve cooperatire ¬
tive commonwealth Therefore In the thegreat thegreat th thgreat
great division of la labor bor which neces necessarily necessarli necessarily ¬
sarily sarli falls unequally lei h I each e ch strive strivefor strivefor strivefor
for laws and conditions conditlonathat that will se secure secJJre secure ¬
cure to every laborer his just dues duesthereby duesthereby duesthereby
thereby protecting him in his rights
and empofcvering e ring him to Improve his hiscircumstances hiscircumstances hiscircumstances
circumstances and thus Jthusthe the world worldmay worldmay worldmay
may become purer and better more morepeaceful morepeaceful morepeaceful
peaceful and more happy happyThese hilPPYThese hppyThese
These are the facts as they appear appearin
in my book pleadingfor pleading for the abolish abolishment abolishment abolishmeat ¬
ment of 0 strikes and they show con conclusively conclusivelj conelusively ¬
elusively that t at the work was not notagainst notagaInst notagainst
against union labor abocag as my opponens opponentshave opponenshave opponenshave
have been strayingBO str1y stryju so hard to make makethe makethe makethe
the public believer belIe >
Coughs and colds down to the veIY veIYborberlandof I I
borberiand borberlandof of consumption yield to 10the tothe tothe
the soothing healtninnuences hea nn gJnfluences of Dr DrWoods DrWoods I
Woods Norway Bine lIqjSyrup Syrup
T IhT > TT WeatL Wewticr Plant PlantIn PJ4tIn PlantaiIn
In damp dampreiIons regions the the roots roo l of operen operenmal peren perennial perennial ¬
nial plants sink I deeply and sustain I a agreat agreat agreat
great growth above ground In a mod moderately moderatel moderatey ¬
erately eratel dry climate plants develop developbulky developbullq developbulks
bulky roots and store up supplies supplleswh1ch supplleswh1choutlast whichoutlast which whichoutlast
outlast the summer drought drou tor or the theplants theplants theplants
plants themselves p ps s in the case of thecactuses the thecactuses thecactuses
cactuses become me fleshy fi sby reservoirs reserv lrs of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water and food In IntJ the e extreme desert desertaeither deserteither desertaelther
either of these resources resourcesi8 is 1 available availableand availableand avaI1ableand
and perennial herbs are consequently consequentlyfew
few Only stunted shrubs ai3ftxbardy ai3ftxbardyannuals n aibardyannuals hardy
annuals are able to exist at all the theformer theformer theformer I
former growing very slowly with withtoughness withtoughness withtoughness
toughness of texture the latter flouri fiour flouri t
Ishlng briefly during the spring rains rainsdevoting rainsdevoting
devoting little energy to making stem stemor steinor
or leaves or flowers fiowersmOlly mosfly Inconspicu Inconspicuous ¬ I
Otis and wind wlndtertlllzedand fertilized fertilizodand and hastening hasteningwhile hasteningwh11e I Iwhile
while sometimes sometimesstlll still of very small smallsize smallsize I Isize
size to perfect the seeds by which whichalone whichalone whichalone
alone the species will wi will i survive until the thenext thenext theext
next ext years short period of wetnessgives wetnessgives wetness wetnessgives
gives a possibility ot pernrination rnrinatlonnnd rnrinatlonnndKIowthHarpe1S and andgrowth andgrowtbHrpers
growth KIowthHarpe1S Harpers Magazine MagazineThe
The Professor Proreoro Letters LettersA I
A professor in a German school In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to teach his pupils letter writing writingrecently writingI writingrecently writingrecently I
recently conceived the happy Idea of ofhaving orhadng ofhaving
having them compose business letters letterswhich letterswhich letterswhich
which were Inclosed in envelopes and andcorrectly andcOrrectly andcrect1y
correctly addressed to tovanous various mer merchants merwants merchants ¬
chants in the town In the evening
Ierr Professor having carried the thevaried tbeTarled thevaried
varied epistles home for correction left leftthem leftem leftthem
them em on his table and an as was his ens custom enstom enstorn ¬
tom bled himself to the cafe It hap happened happened happened ¬
pened that he had a careful domestic domesticwho domesticho domesticwho
who ho seeing all the letters properly ad addressed addressed addressed ¬
dressed at once concluded that hermaster her hermaster hermaster
master had forgotten to mall them and andout andout andout
out of the goodness of her heart she shestamped sbeetamped shemped
stamped mped them and lWdhnrrled hurried to the postThe post poatThe postThe
The stupefaction of the village met merchants mer merchants metchants ¬
chants upon opening their mail the tot following tollowing totlowing ¬
lowing morning may maybe be imagined and andthe andthe andthe
the amusing part p irt of the themeident incident is that thatmany thJtJDanyof thatprnny
many JDanyof of the letters which contained containedjengthy contained1engthy containedengthy
jengthy engthy orders for goods were taken takenseriously takenseriously t tseriously
seriously and the orders promptly fill filled fil1ed fihledSt ¬
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Near ar Cape Horn in the the1s1andot the1s1andotTlerra Island of ofTlerra ofTierra
Tlerra del Fnego live the most curious curiouspeople cnnoUspeople cnr1oispeople
people in all South America It Itr rains rainsor 1i 1ior
or snows or O sieets nearly every everyday everydaynd day dayand daynd <
and nd yet they look on their country as asthe asthe asthe
the finest in the world They Theywe wearhardly wear wearhardly r rhanDy
hardly any ny clothing and seem not to tofeel tofeel o ofeel
feel cold Because he saw fires on the theshore theshore theshore
shore shore the explorer Magellan Magellanthe the first firstEuropean firstEuropean firstEuropean
European that rounded the Horn call called caUed called ¬
ed the island the theLand Land of Fire tlrewhich tlrewhichis which whichjs
is almost alJbostthe the worstname worst or name be could couldhave couldhntechosen couldhae
have hntechosen chosen Their huts are made m de of ofbent ott ofbent
bent t boughs and covered with grass grassand srais sraisnnd gra graand
and give only the poorest shelter The Thefolk Thefolk Thefolk
folk are vain T8intoo too wearlng necklaces necklacesof neckla necklaotthe necklacesofthteethOffiSheS
of otthe ofthteethOffiSheS the teethof fishes or seals scalsandpaint scalsandpaintifu and anapalnV anapalnVl palnt palntlas
las ifu l patterns p tterns on on their bodies Among Amongthem AmoJltthem Amongthem i
them some colors have a novel noelmenU mean meanmg meantng
mg fu White Is the sign sl of o war wnrlWtl and red redof redotpeace reIof
of otpeace peace They are ai a great mimics and andwil anl1will andwill
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I pushed pushedh her r out pf f the window windowand winlowand windowand
and a fellow tellowpAss passenger pass ngerbanded nger handed out a achild achild achild
child arnica wblc belonged belong 4 to her h r He Rathen Rathenlett then thenleft theneft
left eft the th train tralnand and called to me to jump jumpthrough jum jumtbronghtltewI Jumpthrough
through tbronghtltewI the window wl dow Just then there therewas thereI
I I was a terrific tetrIficextlosion explosion As I dropped droppedto droppeto
to the ground gr und a missilestruck missile struck and andknocked andknocked andknocked
knocked me me down I dont know how howlong howl howlOng
long l ng I i lay larthere there but when I recovered recoveredmy reeoveI1 reeoveI11Jlysenses recoveredmy
my 1Jlysenses senses I crawled cJ2Vl d across the track trackand trackal1d trackand
and rolled r lled down the embankment emb nkment on onihe oni oflhe
i ihe beolbe1siIe he other side I w was s in my mynJght mynJghtclothes night nightclothes
1 1clothes clothes and all my other Oth er clothing clOthlngand and andbelongings andJjelonglngs
belongings were lost lostI I
I never want ant to witness such a aSight aiJlgbt aIght
Sight as as that which followed the col collision c cOlJlsioti l lJls ¬
Jls lision o Women were screaming chil children cbudren cliiidren ¬
dren were crying strong men were werewandering wer werwandering werewandering
wandering about dazed and helpless helplessThe helplessrhe helplessThe
The tracks were ere strewn strewn in all direc directions direct19n5 directlons ¬
tions with halfnaked men and wo women ¬ I Imen
men en some of whom were dead and andothers andothers
others seriously Injured InjuredlTrain InjuredTrain lnjuredTrain
Train Torn to Pieces PiecesThe PiecesThe PiecesThe
The passenger passeng r train of which not a ajrteces avaluable avaluable
valuable square foot waslefttom was lefttorn o opIeces opeces
pIeces peces when the explosion occurred occurredconsisted occurredc occurredconsIsted
consisted c of six Pullman sleeping sleepingcoaches sleepingaches sleepingeoache
coaches aches two baggage cars one mail mailcoach mailcoach mailcoaqh
coach and one o engine englnetender tender t
The first explosion heard was
of the bciler of < thc passenger locomo locomotive Jocomeve locomottve4 ¬
tive ve This T ls was followed by a most mostterrific mostterrIfi mosttrr1fic
terrific noise n se when the dynamite car carwent car carwent ca cawent
went up The car was No 71383 of ofthe oft ofthe
the t Erie Railroad and had a cargo of
50000 pounds ot dynamite dynamiteDespite dynamiteDespIte I
Despite D spitethe the harrowing occurrence occurrencethere occurrencethere occurrencethere
there were wer early earlyon on the scene undei undeitected unde undeteded undettected
tected many manynegroeS negroes and foreigners foreignerssearching foreignerssEJlrching foreignersserchIng
searching for loot The heat was so soIntense soIntense 0 4 4intense
Intense and the crowd of ofreputabe ofreputabepeople reputable reputablepeople reputablepeople
people so great that it is believed that thatthey II IIt1ey I Ithey <
they secured but little of value valueThe valueTae valueThe
The Harrisburg police force almost almostto almosttoa I Ito
to toa a man was at the scene scene of horror horrorthe horrornd horrorand
and nd they were l largely rgelyresponsible responsible fOr fOrtbe fort fortthe
the prevention pr ve t1on of the work of ofth ofthhouls the theghouls theghouls
ghouls houls Even the day officers turned turnedout turnedout turnedout
out in uniform uniformnnd and assisted with tha thawork thawork th thwork
work workColonel
Colonel Joseph B Hutchinson chief chiefot chi cki10f f fotpollce
ot otpollce police was on hand early and di directed diT diTected ¬
rected T cted his men menThey menThe menThey
They The carried Injured from the tem temporary temporary ternpOrary ¬
porary hospital h spital tc the relief trains and andwere andwere
were of inestimable assistance In a agreat agreat agreat
great many ways waysSteelton waysSteeltonciUzens waysSteelton
Steelton SteeltonciUzens citizens lent their aid in the theWork thework theWork
Work and a number of their fire com companies comRanies cornpanles ¬
panies were early e rly on the scene going goingValiantly goingvaliantly goingvaliantly
Valiantly to the aid of the Harrisburg Harrisburgfiremen Harrisburgfiremen Harrisburgfiremen
firemen firemenThe firemenThe firemenThe
The railroad tracks were covered coveredwith coverelwith covereiwith
with debris both passenger and andfreight andfeIght andfreIght
freight four in number Early the theHarrisburg the1iarrlsburg thelfarr1sburg
Harrisburg and an Marysville wreck wreckforces
forces orces were on hand and at daylighti daylight
I i It was stated by b the railroad men mentbat mentbatey that thatthey thattiey
they ey expected to have No 1 passenger passengertrack passengetrack passengertrack
track open for traffic by 6 oclock oclockMany oclocltIanyrailroad oclockMany
Many Ianyrailroad railroad me were among those thoseI W05Qwho those1 those1who
I who assisted in the rescue work Pra Practically Pratically ¬ I Itlcally
tically all of th thlaSs < 3 lass las exposed in win windows winI winfows ¬
dows gowsfn In South HarrisHurg Harrls g and steelton Sfeeltonwas steeltonwas Steeltonwas
I was broken by the force of the explo explosion exploslon expioLion ¬
I Lion Mo Most t of o the downtown side sideI sideYalks sidewalks
walks were literally covered with bro brofien braen broken
ken en glass Glass 13ss windows on Market Marketstreet Marketstroot Marketstre
street stre one mile from the scene scene of the thedisaster thedis thedisaster
disaster dis st r were Ver broKen 4
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Bamboo ambo Fomolnatloa FomolnatloaThe FaaelnatloLThe PaaetnatioThe
The secretof secret o of thejcharm of bamboos bamboosis
is so subtle aiil aD aiI elusive as todefy todefyanalysis wdefyanalysis to defy defyanalysis
analysis Bamboos Bamb are really grasses grasseson
on a large largescaIea scale scalea a tropical troplcalsca1eyet troplcalsca1eyetthey scale scaleyet scaleyetthey yet yetthey
they do not impress us as being coarse coarseIn coarsein coarseIn
In tact they are slenderness person i iified ililedand
ified 1 liledand 1edandtbey and they seem to fit well into a anorthern an anorthern
northern n > rthern landscape Their decorative decorativet decorativecharacter decoratlveharacterls decorativecharacter t
character Is so clearly recognized that thatthey thattheyare thatthey
they theyare are often grown in large pots or ortubs ortubs ortubs
tubs for porch and greenhouse decor decoration decaratloneven decortioneven ¬
tion tloneven even the hardy species Bam Bamboos Barn13OLOS ¬
boos are generally thought to look best beston beston beston
on the bank of a stream or among amongrocks amongrocks I IrockS
rocks on a hillside but they are are also alsobecoming alsebecoming
becoming favorites for the hardy bor border border hotder ¬ I
der and they are often used most ef effectively etfeetIvelyin effectlvely ¬
fectively in cities at the base of public publicbuildings publicbuildingsfor
buildings buildln buildingsfor gsfor for example at the national nationalcapltoL nationalapitolcouutry nationalcapitoLCountry I
capltoL apitolcouutry Country Life In America AmericaPreserved AmericaPreaerved AmericaPreserved
Preserved In WaterWater Water WaterWater i I
Water is a wonderful preservative preservativeotthe of ofthe
the humanboclY human body There exists an entry entryin l
in tn the parish P arish resistor reterofStAndrew8 reterofStAndrew8lewcastJe of St Andrews AndrewsNewcastle AndrewsNewcastle
Newcastle England En lana bearing upon the thepoint tbepoint thepoint
point April 24 1C05 IG > wear burled buriedJames burledJames burledJames
James Archer and his son Stephenbo Stephen Stephenwho Stephenwho
who bo in the moueth l of May 1658 wear weardrowned wearrown weararowned
drowned rown in a coal pit in the Gallaflat Gallaflatby
by l > 3 the breaking In of water from an anpld nnId anld
pld Id waste The Thebodys bodys were found In Intire Intire Intire
tire after nt erthey they had lien In the water waterthirtysix waterthlrt1sIxyenrs waterbIrtysIx
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If it be my m lot to crawl I will mllcra crawl crawlContentedly crawlontent 1 1ontentedly
Contentedly ontent dly If to fly I IWll1 will fly withntacrit withalacrity with withalacrity
alacrity but as longas long as I i can possibly possiblyavoid J IJ I IJvofd iavoid
avoid it I IwHI will never be unhappy If Iffrith Ifwith
with a pleasant wife wifetbrce three children childrenand childrennd childrenanti I
and nd many friends rrl nds who wish me well I Icannot Icannot I Iannotbe
cannot annotbe be happy I am a very aHIyj aHIyjoollsh silly sillyfoolish y1 y1foolish
foolish fellow tell ow and what becomes of me meis mes meof
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Letter etter by Sydney S dn Smith Smithrf I ISPECIAL
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SPECIAL SPECIAL RATES RATESHound RATESBound
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Oneway and round trip colonist colonistrates colonIsttates I Irates
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from March 1st until May 15th 1905 1905Special 1905Special 19O 19OSpecial
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to Colorado every ever dy until May MayBeturiilImtt lay ia iaKctnrri lsRctur
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