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J The Genial Proprietor of the Cele Celebrated Cele Celebrated Celebrated ¬
I brated Loeskan LoeskanA LoekIlDCOLUMBUS
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I The Sailor Giant a Man of Parts and Some Ei Eiperlence ExperlencoOur Eaj
perlence perlencoOur Our Acquaintance With HimTho HimTheRomanse Him HimThoROManI The TheRomania
Romania of His Beautiful Wife and all411er Her Oa CareerMakes OareerMakes OarearMakes ¬
reerMakes 100000 In Ten Years In the theNations IheI theNations
Nations OapfalCol Capital CapitalCol OapltalCol
Col Thomas Marshall all proprietor of ofthe ofr ofthe
the Losekam on F street treet opposite the theBbbltt tbeHbbltt theHbbttt
Bbbltt is an Ohio man who has ba done doneromnrkably doneromRrkably doneromnrkably
r romnrkably well In the nations cap capital capItnl capita1 ¬
ital Colonel Tom as a his Columbus
0 friends always addressed him himliTefd himl1 himltPed
liTefd l1 la n the Buckeye capital quite a alengthy II IIlengthy
lengthy period of his eventful evontfuillte life Ho Hoconducted HeI Hoconiluotod
I 1 conducted the Hart Sehraeder restaurnut restaur restaurant reltaurI ¬
I ant In front of which our battle was wasfought wastaught wasfought
fought Feb 21 1891 with Osborne and andhis andhi andhis
his hi fellow conspirators conspiratorsColonel conlliratorsColonel conspiratorsColonel
Colonel Tom however did not then thenown thenown thenown
own the restaurant but a man named namedHart namedHart namedHart
Hart Schraeder to whom the Colonel Colonelhad Colonellll Colonelhad
had lll d sold out some ome time previously If IfColonel ItOolonel IfColonel
Colonel Marshall had hadleen been present presentthere presentthere presentthere
there might have been a few more bul bullets bulI bullets ¬
lets to account for by the State for fortho forthe forthe
I the Colonel Is I a game man and knew knewthe knewthe knewthe
the writer as a a friend And when Col Colonel Colonel ¬
1 onel Marshall recognises a man as his hisfriend histrllnd hisfriend
friend he will go a a long way to serve servehim I8rvehim servehim
him The writer recalls one evening eveningin
in his restaurant when a couple of ofcurbstone ofourbtone ofourb
ourb curbstone etone gamblers followed us III in to topick toI topick
I pick pickereaenUrely a quarrel although at aoflk aoflkthe the thei time i we weworo WII
woro WI w ereaenUrely entirely InUrel ignorant of the thecause cause causeand caUI8aod
and wand of their intentions It appears appearsthat appeatlthat appearsthat
I that the notorious Allen 0 Myers had hadsecured hadHCUred hadsecured
secured their services aa bad men to todo todo todo
do us u up by fastening futenln < < an argument argumenton
on us u and shooting or cutting at thefirst the thefirst theflrt
first expression of our Indignation We Wemet WeI Wemet
I met the Colonel when we entered the thesaloonrestaurant theIoonreataurallt thesaloon
saloon saloonrestaurant reetaurant and he noticing who whowas whowu whot
t was follownlg us is and not liking their their3fii the1rw11
4 w11 w 3fii actions or looks he engaged en Pled us u in con conversatlon conveJllaUon convessation
versatlon In which the gamblers with without without without ¬
out invitation pressumed or attemep atteinepted attemeped attemeped
ed to join flatly contradicting oontradlcUnglOme some ob observation obnrvatlon observatlon ¬
servation we made The Colonel touch touched touched touched ¬
ed us on the shoulder as we wheeled wheeledround wheeledround wheeledround
round on the gambler pm bIer who bad made madethe madethe madethe
the offensive remark and exclaimed exclaimedThis exclaimedThl exclaimedThis
This Thl is I my affair you are my myfriend mytrll1ld myfriend
friend this Is I my house Then turn turning turnIng turning ¬
ing on the tb two bad ba d men he pointed pointedto
I I to the door and said Ten seconds to toreach toreach toS
S reach the street That was all hesaid he hesaid hef
f said Id but his hi tall and athletic form formbegan formIan formbegan
began Ian to swell well and his hi large and fear fearless teart fearless ¬
less 1 eyes began to blaco bl and the two twogamblers twoI twogamblers
I gamblers noticing the fact reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the door in seven seconds econd three sec seconds I8Condl seaonds ¬
t onds ahead of time When we left the therestaurant thereltaurant therestaurant
restaurant in a few minutes we were werefixed werefixed werefixed
fixed through the kindness klndn of Col Colonel Colonel Colone ¬
one onel Tom for the two bad men and andthey andthey andthey
they suspecting the fact from our eye eyeand eyeI eyeand
and the coolness cooln with which they were weresized wereslMd weresized
I sized up left us u pass unchallenged unchallengedalthough unchallenledalthoulh unchallengedalthough
although we almost ground the toe of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their boots under our heel for which whichwe whichwe
1 we were neither nel ther asked nor offered to toapologise toapologile toapologise
apologise The Colonel stood tood In thedoorway the thedoorway thedoorwa
doorway doorwa of the restaurant until we wehad wehad wehad
had passed out of sight and the chief chiefof chiefof chiefof
of police John Murphy urphy hearing of the thematter thematter thematter
matter ran the two curbstone bravos bravosout bravOlout bravosout
out of town next day dayColonel dayOolon1 dayColonel
Colonel Marshall was a sailor in his hisyouth hi hi1ttuth hisyouth
youth and in thai oasaolty aoaty SAW his hishare h1 h1hare hishare
hare of the worlds world sights He is I a astalwart aif aataiWart
stalwart talrt type of American being con considerably oonI ¬
if I F siderably Iiderabl over six feet in height broad broadof broadof broadof
I of shoulder and of majestic build Dur During Durinr Durfug ¬
fug his career in Columbus as In InWashington InWuhlnaton InWashington
Washington he has never been known knownto knownto knownto
to have the slightest trouble with guest guestor lIIutor guestor
or stranger He Is I the most genial and andinoffensive andklolfenslve andInoffensive
inoffensive of men and being a good goodjudge loadjudge goodjudge
judge of human nature he is able to tohandle toI tohandle
handle in a masterful way those tho who whomight whomight whomight
I might be Inclined to be quarrelsome quarrelsomeHis
His place of business buln In Columbus as asin asIn asin
in Washington commanded the best bestpatronage beatpatronage beetpatronage
patronage and while probably he did didnot dltlnot didnot
not make as much money in the Buck Buckeye Duckeye Buckeye ¬
eye capital as a he Is making In the cap capital onpltal capltdl ¬
ital of the nation he pent many pleas pleasant p18l111ant pleasant ¬
ant days there until the event In his hislife hisllf hislife
life llf occurred which we are about to tonarrate tonarrate tonarrate
narrate narrateThe narrateThe narrateThe
The Colonel married we believe a asecond aMCOrid asecond
second time although on that we are arenot arenot arenot
not clear a beautiful woman in fact factone faotone factone
one of the handsomest women in the thecapital theoapltal thecapital
capital city of Ohio although we be bellsve b b11ve believe
llsve she he was not a native of Columbus ColumbusTho ColumbuThe ColumbusThe
The Colonel was wa Immensely proud of ofher ofhlr ofher
her and when she he began to develop developdramatic dvelopdramaUc developdramatic
dramatic talent he simply thought or orspoke orpoke orspoke
spoke poke of nothing else He treated her herlike herlUte herlike
lUte II a prince princess In hi his simple sailor sailorlike liar liarllke
like adoration of a II superior being beingwhich belnlwhich beingwhich
which she was not notand and her slightest slightestwish 11Ilhtetwllh slightestwish
wish was law to Colonel Tom People Peopletalked Peopletalked Peopletalked
talked and gossiped about her but butnone butnone butnon
none of this thl came to the Colonels ear earnor earnor earnor
nor would It be at all safe fe for any anyperson an anpe1llOn anyshe
person to even hint to the Colonel that thatshe thatshe thatmost
she she was was anything but but the thethe most beauti beautiful beautlful beautiful ¬
ful and the most talented woman In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the world The writer and others who whoknew whoI whoknew
I knew and made allowances for thisamiable this thisamiable thisamiable
amiable weakness weakn of Colonel Tom hu humored humooo humored ¬
mored him and we even went so far faras faras faras
as to attend criticise and eulogise in inour Inour inour
our paper an exhibition of her damatic dra dramatic dramatlo ¬
matic talent Any adverse criticism criticismwould orltlollmwould criticismwould
would be a II shock to Colonel Tom and andnobody andf
nol nobody > oQy who knew his simple trust and andfaith andtalth andfaith
f faith In n his beautiful blonde could have havethe haveI
I the heart to wound him So things thingswent thln thingswent s swent
went along he lavishing money to pre prepare preparI prok ¬
k pare her for a dramatic career and she shesquandering sheaquandering be beslual1derlnr
squandering it with the heartlessness heartlessnessof heartlllll1 heartlllll1of
of a woman who failed to appreciate appreciatethe appreciatethl appreciatet
t the noble nature of the man believing believingin
in nor pretended talentsShe talents talentsShe talntlI
I She finally induced him to send her herto herto herto
to New York City to complete her dramatic dra dramatic dramlUe ¬
matic education as She he was now too tooadvanced tooadvanced tooadvanced
advanced for her Columbus instruct instructors Intruotorf instructera ¬
ors and teachers teobe He rented and furnlshed fur furnished tllrDlehed ¬
nished a handsome ba > > 4l41me Hat for her in New Neworfc Nework NewYork
York orfc and came cam home to Columbus Columbuswith Colnmbult Columbuswith
t with glowing lowlnl accounts of what the theNow theN4w theNew
Now Tork rk professors said of her tal talents talrnffI talcntq ¬
1 ents entsFor For months this thl went on the drafts draftson draftef
on Colonel Toms Tom exchequer Increasing Increasingcontinuously IncrlnI increasingoontlauosly
f continuously and the unsuspecting unu pectlDrand pectlDrandblltrtd and andhlRboartod andhlgheartsd
I hlRboartod sailor never flinched but buthonored buthonored buthonored
honored them to the last penny pennyThe pennyThe pennyThe
The Colonel was finally tlnall and rudely rudelyawaened rudelyaWlt rudelyawdkened
awaened aWlt < < enld however to the imposition impositionand Impoa1Uonand impositionand
and then his hi generous spirit was wa deep deepflrWHindl deepIr deept
t flrWHindl Ir wounded He for a brief period lost lostfikh 100tta lostfath
fikh ta IB werybody and everything But Butsf Dutat Buta
sf at IBM iia or Colonel Marshalls Marshallsmsnt > tampers wranMnt tamperslasnt <
msnt and d nature seldom leld 1I broods to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of wrecking his own orj or thellft8 theline the thelives
lives of others to whom he Is morally morallybound morall morallbound morallybound
bound and his hi manhood soon T reassert reauertlid reassertad assert asserted
ed Itself with the result that In the thetea theten thetea
he has been In 1nWashington InWashington InVuhlDlfon
tea or twelve years
Washington tune of of more more than he than has 100000 100000 100000accumulated accumulated accumulatedhap and Is I a hap happily happuy happily for fortune fortune ¬ ¬
pily married rrled and enjoying that domes domesSo domuUo dometic
So Uo bliss bU for Which blob his hi who whole nature natureyearned natureyearDed natureyearned I
fitted fittedEvery fittedEver fittedEvery
yearned and was essentially nUal1y
clUssn visiting Ue Uenuarterfl senational e enational
Every Ever
capllal maUl either II a call callon cal1on
national bead beadlIIuters headquartere
Colonel rom ortabUhes or establishes
on Losskam They one oneSnd oneud oneand
at the
quartere nuarterfl from fromk J
and Snd ud BU ree reeelV lvo a wal ro rat welcome
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the still tUl handsome and erect figure figurewhich flgurlwhloh figurewhich
which was known to every man wom woman wornan woman ¬
an and child In the Buckeye capital capitalTho capitalThe capitalThe
The writers light puns was no die disqualification dl dllIuallllcation diequalification ¬
qualification to renew the acquaintance acquaintanceof
of former years on his hi arrival in Wash Washington WalhInlton WashIngton ¬
ington with the hospitable host of the theIxMekam theIo theLoekam
IxMekam Io ekam and If circumstances have havekept havekept havekept
kept us from being beiD a visitor it is I not notbecause notI notbecause
because becall of any want of cordiality cordlallt and andan andan andan
an open hearty l1rtlnvlteUon Invitation on the part partof partof partof
of Colonel Tom whose shadow mar marnever marnlVel maynever
never grow loss 1 and whoso type of ofmanhood ofmanhood ofmanhood
manhood humanity humanlt would be the th gain gainer piner gainer ¬
er by a largo lar and neverending In InTHE Increue increase
In the Society Mirror and the Inconsistencics Incon Inconsistencies Inconslstenclcs ¬
sistencies Pointed Out OutTo OutTo OutTo
George Ade in his first volume of ofFables ofFable ofFables
Fables In Slang mentions the coun country oountry country ¬
try editor who wrote Ins dramatic aolumn col column column ¬
umn from a progam pro gam brought brou ht from thetheatre the thetheatre ttetheatre
theatre It would seem from a certain certaincriticism oertalncrltlcl certaincriticism
criticism crltlcl m of the third volume of ofMaclays ofMaclays ofMaclays
Maclays history of the navy that the thetalented thotalented thetalented
talented writer who signs himself the theReviewer theReviewer theReviewer
Reviewer has followed his tactics tacticsUnder tacUoUnder tacticsUnder
Under date of July 20 0 he commented commentedupon oommentedupon commentedupon
upon the above book an in part his hisremarks hisremark hisremarks
remarks read as follows followsIt tallowIt followse
e It Is occupied chiefly with the thohistory thebltory thehistory
history of the Spanish American war warfrom warfrom warfrom
from a navy point of view of course courseand courseand courseand
and than this there has been no more morejuit moreIU4t morejust
just unbiased and always Interesting Interestingaccount Inter8ltlngaccount interestingaccount
account + e + Above all else the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author has worked for authenticity authenticityOne oNt1imUoftllOne outhenttoityOne +
One feels feel that If the truth is I not here hereIt hereIt hereIt
It Is not to be gotten + e + There ThereIs ThereI Thereis
Is I a certain amount of harmless so socalled 110enlled socalled
called blow in the book With the theposiiWe thepo thepoeaiWe
posiiWe po lIle exception of Bchley Schle and to a alesser alell8r alesser
lesser degree General Shatter there thereIs thereI thereis
Is I no one In the Navy or 01 Army Arm who whodoes wllodoel whodoes
does not share the authors author widespread widespreadlaud wtdVr widespreadlaud d dlaud
laud This Thl Is I 10 0 assail 11 a weakness in ina Ina Ina
a book otherwise so sound aa a to be aimoat o omoit al almot >
mot unworthy of notice noticeThe tsoUceThe okIe okIeThe
The Italics are my own the extracts extractsare extractlare extractare
are copied from the Mirror of the be before be10re bartore ¬
fore mentioned date as it lays before beforeme beforeme beforeme
me mePerhaps Perhaps erhap there have been some peeple peeplewho peeplewho peoplewho
who have allowed The Jtevlewer to toInfluence toInftuence toinfluence
Influence them In the choice of litera literature literature literature ¬
ture If so the above is 1 conclusive conclusiveproof conclulvproof concludvproof a
proof that they have been leaning u0on u0ona
a broken reed The article plainly plainlyshows plalnlIhoWI plainlyshows
shows that the writer had never seen seenthe aeentbe seenthe
the book that he got his hi opinionssecond opinions opinionssecond oplnlonleecond
second hand and that ho had not the theslightest thelIll1tet theslightest
slightest Idea of that whereof he hespeaks hespeak hespeaks
speaks Hither that or he has not even oventhe eventhe eventhe
the modicum of brain shown by the theother theother theotter
other contributors of current events eventswhose eventlwho eventswhose
whose who articles appear in the Mirror MirrorIf
If that was his hi candid opinion how are arewe arewe arewe
we to reconcile It with the views of ofbis ofbla ofhis
his fellow contributor that scandalous scandalousand scandalousand candalouand
and scurrilous person who signs 1110 him himself himself himlilt ¬
self The Gossip and who meeklyshows meekly meeklyshows meeklyhowl
shows his ignorance of the subject of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which he writes in his spiteful personal personalattacks penonalattack personalattacks
attacks the also attempted wit andhas and andhas andhaM
has a weakness for airing French Frenchwords Frenchword Frenchwords
words and phrases phrasesThe phralelThe phrasesThe
The Gossip however Is I on the theright therlht theright
right side Ide of the fence this time a alittle al1ltle alittle
little too much so if anything andthat and andthat andthat
that Is where another member of the theMirror theMirror theMirror
Mirror staff lays himself open to criti crltclam criticism critldm ¬
clam or perhaps the former ormer and the thelatter thelaUer thelatter
latter are Identical It would be quiteprobable quite quiteprobable quiteprobable
probable How can the editor of any anypaper anypaller anypaper
paper so far forget himself as a to allow allowa
a paragraph to appear In one Issue of ofhis othi ofhis
his hi paper and In all the following Is Issues I issues ¬
sues UII to print those emphatically dies disagreeing dl dllreeln diesgreeing ¬ I
greeing < < with it The Gossip under underdate underdate underdata
date of July 29th discourses dlllCOur in II the thefollowing thftfollowln thafollowing
following followln < < manner mannerNothing mannerNothing mannerNothing
Nothing Is I known of the author of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the book except that he is I a day da labor laborer laborer laborer ¬
er In the Brooklyn Navy Yard and this thisIs thl thlIs thisis
Is the kind of man whose book Admiral AdmiralCrowninshleld AdmiralCrownlDbleld AdmiralCrowninhield
Crowninshleld accepts to become the thestandard theltandard thestandard
standard of naval history at the acade academy academy scadsmy ¬
my Maclay Is I known to be an irre irresponsible IrreIIponllble 1rreeponsible ¬
sponsible eponsible individual who has never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been possessed of any particular stand standIng standing tand tandIng
Ing In any community and his hi charac eharaoter character character ¬
ter has 118 been the subject of more or less lessdiscussion leISdlacuHlon lessdiscussion
discussion + e + e + Maclay MaclayIs 1lacla 1laclaII
Is rewarded for his assaults on Rear HoarAdmiral RearAllmlral RearAdmiral
Admiral Schley by being jlven Iven a small smallposition smallpomon smallposition
position in the Brooklyn Navy YardNow Yard YardNow YardNow
Now of course cour e Tho Gossip Is war warranted warranted warranted ¬
ranted In becoming heated and losing losingthe losingtho losingthe
the grasp which ne holds hold on his won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
derful mentality but he should shouldlearn IIhouldlearn shouldlearn
learn to be accurate In his bl statements statementsand statementsand tatementand
and the lack of foundation for manyof many manyof manyof
of his hi stories torle is I one of his crowning crowningglories crownlnrIlorle crowningglories
glories In the first place Maclay 1not Is Isnot I Inot
not a day laborer He is I rated as a a aspecial aIpeelsl aspecial
special laborer and performs clerical clericalduties clericaldlillel clericalduties
duties In the Department of Supplies Suppliesand SUPllleand Suppliesand
and Accounts at the Brooklyn Navy NavyYard NavyYard NavyYard
Yard The term special laborer Is I a arating arating arating
rating In use u at the Navy Nav Department Departmentto
to denote members of the civil force forcenot forcenot forcenot
not specifically appropriated for r by byCongress byOongrea byCongress
Congress and receiving a p peg < r diem diemcompensation diemcompenlMltlon diemcompensation
compensation In the second place be besecured heIIcured besecured
secured his position by a legal civil civilservice civileervice civilservice
service transfer from the position of ofLight ofLlll1t ofLight
Light House Keeper at Setauket Long LongIsland Longleland LongIsland
Island N Y and was transferred to tobis tohi tohis
his hi position In the early part of 1900 1900before 1900before 1900before
before his hi third volume was wa scarcely scarcelybegan acarcelybelJlln scarcelybegan
beganNow began beganNow belJllnNow
Now I am not upholding Maclay Hehas He Hehas liehas
has made some very libelous and die disgraceful dl dlgraceful diegraceful ¬
graceful statements regarding the thecharacter thecharaoter thecharacter
character of one of our best naval offi officers officell 0111cert ¬
cell I have no doubt that all these thesecharges thllll8cl1arle thesecharges
charges are false and will be adjudged adjudgedso
so by the court of Inquiry I cannot cannotsee cannotHe cannotsee
see how they can fall to be However Howeverlet Howeverlet Howeverlet
let us u have the truth about bout him even evenIf eveRIf evenif
If he has not told It of others He IB IBa IIIa isa
a quiet studious man of sober and industrious In Industrious IndUltrlou ¬
dustrious habits and has ha no reproach reproachagainst reproachaplut reproachagainst
against his hi name Because a man as asperses a apersea asperses ¬
perses anothers character is no reason reasonwhy r8RlOnwhy reasonwhy
why we should adopt his hi course which whichwe whichwe whichwe
we condemn condemnThe condemnThe condemnThe
The Gossip is In the habit of gross grossly gro groly grossly
ly misstating everything when he hsstarts hestartl hestarts
starts to roast Whenever he attempts at atbe attemllu
tempts to do omethln of this thl kin kini kinike 1 1lie
be fly nys 1I off his hammer and remindsone reminds remindsone remlndlone
one of a hysterical shrisky Ihrlek specimen specimenof peolmenof
of femininity femininityAs femlnlnltrA
As A for The Reviewer I think hs hsdelicate 111 111dllIcat hfsdelicate
dllIcat delicate brain should rest for a while whileor whl1or whileor
or It will break down It Is t evidently evidentlytoo evidentlytoo evidentlytoo
too weak to read the books be k hs purports purportsto
to criticise orIUol
A LOVB or Justice JusticeAn JUftIOLAn JusrtosAn
An Englishman had hired a smart smarttraveling smarttraveling marttraveling I
traveling servant and on arriving at atan atan atan
an Inn one evening enlng knowing knowlngwell well thestringency the thestringency thetrlullIley i
stringency of police regulations in Aus Autrig Austria Au Autria ¬
tria trig where he then was he called for forthe fortbe forthe
the usual register of travelers that hemight he hemight hemlcht
might duly Inscribe himself therein thereinHis thereinHI thereinHis
His HI servant replied that he had antici anticipated anUclpated anticipated ¬
pated his hi wishes and had registeredhim registered registeredhtm reltteredhim
him In full form as an English gentleman gen gentleman pnUeman ¬
tleman of Independent property Buthow But Buthow Duthow
how have you put down my name I Ihave Ihave I Ihave
have not told told It to you I cant exactly ex exactly exa ¬
actly a < tly pronounce It but I copied it itfaithfully Itfaithflllly itfaithfully
faithfully from moors mllor portmanteau portmanteauBut
But it is not there Bring me m the thebook thebook thehook
book What was his hi amassment atfinding at atfinding atftndlnl
finding Instead of a very plain Eng English BDII English ¬
lish name of two syllables ll1abl the follow following tollowIn followinportentlous ¬
ing In inportentlous portentlous entry of himself himselfMonsieur hlmaeltMonleur
Monsieur Monsieur Warrantedsolldleather WarrantedsolldleatherWhy WarrantI WarrantedsolidWhy < 1I011dleathllr 1I011dleathllrWhydonL
Why WhydonL dont you try a pMkns paek otCarol1na orcarounalhightav of otCarol1naJIfIIII Carolina CarolinaJlrlgUUT
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A Woman Traveler Relates Some of ofHer ofHer ofHer
Her Experiences ExperiencesTHE xptrlencesTHE I ITHE
LIfo In the Osserl and the Fearful Peril of the theWriter IhoWriter theWrllerRough
WrllerRough Writer Rough Treatment bj MiZalletes Ma2alleleaWomans MiZalletesWomint Ms lleles llelesWomans
Womans Hud In Smten AlgfiaAn Inter Interesting Inleresttng intereating ¬
eating naratlio b bj an oftsriant Woman Woman Trai Traieler Trneler Traraler
eler who rendes olilllutlon In safety safetyMrs safelJlIIr safelyMrs
Mrs lIIr Mulllns has caravaned over the theshifting theIhlft1ng theshifting
shifting Sahara and studied the man manners mannera manners ¬
ners and customs of the desert women womenFrom womenFrom womenFrom
From a t narrative of her journey that thatsue thatue thatsue
sue ue has written the fallowing interesting interest interesting IntefeatIng ¬
ing paragraphs are takenNaturally taken takenNaturally taltenNtlturally
Naturally 1 was more Interested In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the condition of the woman among the thevarious thevarlollJiJ thevariols
various tribes we encountered than In Inany Inan inany
any an other feature of the journey What Whatdo Whatdo Whatdo
do you advanced women think of a acountry acountry acountry
country where the women order and andcommand andcommand andcommand
command preside at councils conclude concludepeace conoludepeace concludepeace
peace decide war travel alone Inherit Inherita Inherl Inherla
a husbands effects titles and pr plJroga plJrogatlves plerogalives roga rogalives
lives to the exclusion of his 111 children childrenand cblldrenand childrenand
and male relatives where the mothersand mothers mothersand mothersand
and daughters study the literature of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the land while the husbands and sons eonsare sonsare IOnsare
are left In Ignorance a country where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the men do the washing sewing cook cooking oookIng cooking ¬
ing and ordinary household drudgeryeven drudgery drudgeryeven drudgeryeven
even to minding the babies babl And wonder won wonder wonder ¬
der of wonders a country where man manmust manmut manmust
must hide his hi face while woman goes goesunveiled g081unveiled goesunveiled
unveiled unveiledThis unveiledThl unveiledThis
This Thl womans land Is I in the coun country country country ¬
try of the Touareg In Southern Alga Algeria All Allria Algan ¬
n ria a It is pleasant and peaceful enough en enough n nOUlh ¬
ough when once reached but it is I an anarduous anarduous anarduous
arduous journey to get there It must mustbe mutbe mustbe
be done by caravan and the interven intervening IntervenIn intervenlug ¬
lug In way Is I filled with trackless trackl wastes wastssdays wut wutdal wastesdays
days of blistering heat with now and andthen andthen andthen
then prowling resouts robber robberbands robberbandl robberbends
bands to make life uncertain but in interesting 111teretlnl Inteasting ¬
teresting terestingOf
Of course we never could have ac accomplished accompllhed aneomplisined ¬
complished the trip had we not joined joineda
a party part of merchants with a strongs strongscort sting tron tronoort ee eecort
cort I was the only woman in the theparty tl1eparty Ileparty
party but the friendly Arabs were uni uniformly unlformly uniformly ¬
formly courteous to me Our experl experience experlence experlence ¬
ence with the Assassins relics of the theband thebaml theband
band founded by that infamous Hassan Has Hassan Huun ¬
san ben Sabbah the onetime friend of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the immortal Omar Khayyam was the theonly theonly theonly
only one that almost proved fatal One Onenight Onenllht Onenight
night we had pitched tent in the shade shadeof Ihadeof shadeof
of an oasis oael and were preparing our ourevening ourevenlnl ourevening
evening meal Suddenly from among amongthe amonlthe amongthe
the rocks came the shrill hrlll whistle If itbullets Ifbulletl ifbullets
bullets A palm leaf fell on my m head headThe headThe headThe
The Assassins were giving given us notice noticeof noUoeof noticeof
of their approach We prepared a de defense defenll dotense ¬
tense by putting the camels with their theirknee theirknee theirknee
knee tethers on them between the thepalm thepalm thepalm
palm trunks There was wa a soft oft thud thudand thudanll thudand
and a camel laid its long neck along alonrthe 111001tbe alongthe
the ground and closed eloll < l its eyes We Weknew Weknew Weknew
knew enough of the resouts meth methods melhad methods ¬
ods ad to feel sure ure they the would not rush rushus ruhUI rushus
us until they the were sure ur of their thelrllr thelrllrA Drey DreyA greyA
A bullet passed pa aed through a pan of bar barley barley car carley
ley water making a tremendous noise noiseand noiseand noiseand
and then the first l1It shout came from the therocks therocks therock
rocks above aboveI
I lay la there bheind a camel more tar tareinated fascinated f fdnated ¬
cinated than fearful The firing had hadbegun hadbelun hadbegun
begun at a distance of some hundred hundredyards hundredyardl hundredyard
yards which put it out of the question questionfor quMttonfor questionfor
for us u with our lighter weapons to tomake tomalte tomake
make any reply rept to it Mad JfadVII unr autag autagoniete nto ntoonlsts ataa ataaonlta
onlsts continued to keep that range we wewould wewould wewould
would have been hopelessly lost but butfortunately butfortunately butfortunately
fortunately the desert Assassin has hasnever flunlVer basnever
never taken kindly to the rifle and it itis ItIII itis
is his primitive Instinct to close with withhis withhll withhis
his enemy Slowly they drew In and andnow andnow andnow
now for the first time I caught sight sightof Illhtof eightof
of a face peering over a rock It was wasthe wuthe wasthe
the huge head of a black ruffian with withsilver withsilver withsilver
silver trinkets gleaming In his hi ears earsFrom eanFrom earsFrom
From behind another boulder I saw w a afinefeatured afinefeatured afinefeatured
finefeatured Arab with a black pointed pointedbeard pointedbeard pointedbeard
beard and green turban wound around aroundhis aroundhis aroundhis
his head They sprang over the boul boulders boulder bouldere ¬
ders der four others following in their theirwake theirwake theirwake
wake wavl gnthelr arms that gleamed gleamedwith gleam9l1with gleamsIwith
with flashing ornaments How pictu picturesque plcturesque picturesque ¬
resque I thought when something somethingwhined somethingwhined somethingwhined
whined close to my head and brought broughthome broulhthome broughthome
home the realisation that this was not notopera notopera notopera
opera comlque but mlglu prove a atragedy atral8fl atragedy
tragedy tragedyOur tral8flOur tragedyOur
Our men were firing flrln now and I saw sawthe IIWthe sawthe
the red gush out on an Arabs Arab brown brownbreast brownbreut brawnbreast
breast A revolver shot hot rang out at atmy atmy atmy
my very elbow and the black giant giantswayed Ilantwayd giantswayed
swayed but only anI for a second and andthen andthen andthen
then with gnashing teeth he tugged < 1 at athis athi athis
his hi trigger My Ood said a familiar familiarvoice familiarvoice familiarvoice
voice and a sickening fear blinded my myeyes mye81 myeyes
eyes Only 001 a chip off my shoulder shouldercame Ihouldercame shouldercame
came in reassuring realurln tones from my bur husband bu buband burband ¬
band And then I must have fainted faintedfor falnledfor faintedfor
for when I ouened my eyes eye again a ahandsome ahandlOme ahandsome
handsome Arab was wa stretched a few fewyards fewyardl fewyard
yards from me his hi eyes with the death deathstare deathltare deathstare
stare in them looking wierdly wlerdl out un under under under ¬
der the green turban I shut hut my eyes eyesand e11ami eyesand
and when I could summon courage to tolook tolook tolook
look up again my husband was moist moistening moltenlng moistening ¬
ening my parched lips lip and cooling my myfevered myfevered myfevered
fevered brow browFour browFour browFour
Four of our men had lost their lives liveswhile lIveawhile live livewhile
while three of the Assulns had been beenkilled beenkilled beenkilled
killed The rest had fled glad to tocape es escape a acape ¬
cape with their lives 11 v instead of thebooty the thebooty thebooty
booty they bad hoped h01 > ll1 to capture We Wehad Wehall Webad
had several smaller skirmishes with withthe withthe withthe
the Assassins but no lives were lost lostTo 100tTo lostTo
To return to the women wOlVen of the Sa Sahara Sahara Sahara ¬
hara We tarried tarrlt < l among various tribe tribesand tribeand tribeand
and the farther desertward dea rtward we went wentthe wentthe wentthe
the more advanced the women were In Intheir Intheir intheir
their emancipation from the control of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men menThe
The place where I was most roughly roughlytreated roulblytreatl roughlytreated
treated treatl < l by the women was among the theMZabetes theM1abete theMZabetea
MZabetes They represent the lowest lowestrung lowtrunl lowestrung
rung on the Saharan ladder of emanci emancipated emanolpated omancipated ¬
pated women In fact they are prao praotlcally praotlcall practically
tlcally tlcall shutlnwomen shut Inwomen Most of them themare themare themare
are tall stout and rather goodlooking goodlookingThe
The welltodo among them simply eatsleep eat eatsleep eatleep
sleep leep and vegetate They The consider considerthemselves oonatderthemMlv81 considerthemselves
themselves too dignified to sing and anddance anddance anddance
dance those pleasures being reserved reservedfor reeerve1for reservedfor
for their slaves Their husbands are arethe arfthl aretine
the speculators of the desert and never nevertake neverI nevertake
take their wives along on their trading tradingtpedltlons tradingI tradingexpeditions
expeditions but leave them shut hut In InIn InI 1nIs
In their windowless stuffy houses 110u The Thewomen TheiWOlDea Thewomen
iWOlDea women never dare venture forth dur during duroi durlug I
lug their husbands absence ab nce unless I1nle itis It ItIs ItII
II Is to visit the house of a dying relative relativeor
or to go 0 to the cemetery On such ucl oc occasions occasloDe occalone ¬
casions they swathe themselves In a athick athick athick
thick woolen veil throagh which It Is Isimpossible IIImpoulble isimpossible
impossible to SM or 1 be soon n A slave slaveleads all alllead slaveleads
leads lead them When Us husband re returns returns ¬ I IturD
turns turD there the Is I a great feast but In a aftw afew afew
few days da he departs on another expe expedition lip lipdlUon expedition ¬
dition so 0 the lives lIv of the women are arepent arepent arespent
pent in almost complete desolation desolationIn
In complete contrast with the lifeless lifelessexistence lIfele lIfeleexWIteDOI lifelessexistence
existence of these women are the lives livesof IIvlIof livesof
of Uw lie woman of Touarec Teu the most mostnmanteBstod rlOlte moatemsalepsiM
nmanteBstod e women I have met in my mytravels 817 m mtravete
travels around th Uae world rllt Their moral moralmental moralmental more moremental
mental and physical freedom lift them themfar themtar themfar
far above the woman In the adjacent adjacenttribes adjacenttllbei adjacenttribe
tribes On first Destine ttq them you are aremoet aremOlt aremost
moet struck by Uu u tact that they are arevantly arevuU arevasty
vantly vuU sups susorstor IU elor tbtbeJr tb UMII desert sisters sistersbeing sistersbeing
being clean careful oaret l Intelligent il tsttgent Igent and od odv od1ti I
ucateil ucat d They bathe sad d If you hare havetraveled haretraveled havitraveled
traveled among the oriental you know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that that fact In Itaelf U i a very dis distinguishing piatinguishing U UtlDlulhlnl ¬
tinguishing mark They are not only
tWy about their persons but their theirhouses theirJaou theirhouses
houses Jaou are kept fresh and clean clAanln clAanlnfact cleaninfact In Infact
fact cleanliness oleanllne Is one of the cardinal cardinalvirtues cardinalvirtu cardinalvirtues
virtues virtu of their tribe The women can canroad canread canread
read a talent unheard of among amon the theneighboring tb tbDellhOOrlnl theneighboring
neighboring tribes They study the theKoran tblKoran theKoran
Koran the poetry songs and lId legend legendof leaend8of
of their people and teach their laugh daughters daulhten laughtars ¬
ten Strangely enough it is I not conseered con considered 000II1dered ¬
sidered necessary to teach the ions 001 so sothey 10th sothey
they th are left to grow up in Ignorance IgnoranceThe IlnoranoeThe ignoranceThe
The women of the Touareg are the themeat the themost themoat
most daring riders I have ever seen seenThey HeD HeDThe sea seaThey
They The travel along on the back of the thefleet theftset thefleet
fleet racing camel and can go great greatdistances IreatII118nc88 greetdistances
distances To Toee see them galloping swift swiftly swiftly wift wiftIy ¬
ly along their bright animated brown brownfaces brownfacII brownfaces
faces unveiled Is in refreshing con contract contraot contract ¬
tract to the other Inanimate veiled vell8 < 1 wo women women women ¬
men of the Sahara The Touareg women wo women woomen ¬
men are as free as a the air they breathe breathenot breathenot breathenot
not only the equals but the superiors superiorsIn
In their tribe They dealare deal re war and andconclude andcondule andconclude
conclude peace though the hugbands hugbandsdo
do the fighting Itself They preside in inthe Inthe inthe
the councils and their wishes decide decidenil 1180ldllall decidenil
nil questions If a hiisbond hQsbnnd dies the thewife thewife thewife
wife becomes the head of the family familyand familyaUlI familyand
and If he has been a niljltury leader leadershe learlerhe leadershe
she he even inherits that title l tie and the thepower thepower thepower
power that accompanies It though In Inmost Inmot inmost
most cases she delegates dellll1t the power to tosome toIOme tosome
some wellknown fighting ll hUng chief chiefShe ohlefShe chiefShe
She Complains ComplainsEDITOR ComplainsJCrllTOR ComplainsICosroa
EDITOR GLOIIK I can bear out the theoutrageous theoutrageeu theoutrageous
outrageous but true statements of the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor HyattBville widow who borrowed
40 from one of our F street shy shylocks shylocks hy hylocks
locks who Is compelling this poor poorwoman poorwoman poorwoman
woman to pay JoS80 o880 > 380 for the loan of ofUO
UO 40 paying 815 every month Cant Cantthe Cantthe Cantthe
the city prosecuting attorney be called calledon 0011611all calledan
on to do his duty In this thl cite C1 Those Thosemen Tbolemen Thosemen
men make you sign Igll a paper to pay paythem paythem paythem
them 10 per cent per annum but they theyInsist theyInlt theyinsist
Insist on getting leo per east and in insome InIOme insome
some oases 240 40 per cent according to tothe tothe tothe
the straits of the unfortunate borrower borrowerIn
In toe Postofflee Department there thl is isa I Ia isa
a man named Yunkally lending money moneyto moneyto moneyto
to clerks at this enormous rate of In Interest Interelt intereat ¬
terest for which he was dismissed some somethree IOmetbree somethree
three years ears ago from his position of ofcaptain ofcaptain ofcaptain
captain of the watch The wit wale of one oneof olleof oneof
of his victims tells me that he Is I robbing rob robbing robbioI ¬
bing her poor husband every month of ofa ofa ofa
a large portion of Ills salary Iarr and andthreatens andthreatens andthreatens
threatens them with some of the head headofficials headottIoIal beadafllclale
officials of the Department whose agent agentoe agentoe agentare
oe Is supposed to be or tnpsrtnenhtp tnpsrtnenhtpwith In partnership partnershipwith artlUlnhlpwith
with him In this vile traflto This Thl man manYankelly man manYankelly manYankelly
Yankelly come Into the Posloflfcebuilding Pootofflce Pootofflcebuilding Poetoftlceulldlng
building every pay day at 11 oclock oclockand oolockand oclockand
and has the clerk called from their theirdesks theirdsekl theirdesks
desks to pay him his enormous interest Inter Interest Interelt ¬
est which Is Illegal and criminal as asIn a aIn 1 1In
In the case en of my friends husband husbandWill hubandW1Il husbandWill
Will you ou be good enough to call the at attention attention attention ¬
tention of the Postmaster General to tothis tothll tothis
this case and see that the clerks ate ateleft ateleft ateleft
left at their desks dek to do their depart department department departmeat ¬
ment work and not paying such uch debts debtaTCant debtl debtlCant debtsCant
Cant the Postmaster General also be beInduced 118Induced beinduced
Induced to find out the partners of this thisman thllman thisman
man In the Postofflce Department who whoare whoare whoare
are robbing the clerks and using their theirpositions theirpOlltlons theirpositions
positions to compel payment of these theseunlawful thel8unlawful theseunlawful
unlawful claims claimsRespectfully olal1neRepectfully claimsRespectfully
Respectfully RespectfullyUna
P S 81 I Intend to call few attention attentionof
of the President to this thl and similar similarcases similarcases Imllarca
cases ca Why not some of our philan philanthropic phllanUlroplo philanthropic ¬
thropic citizen get together and form forman forman forman
an association to take the r race of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these sharks at a fair rate of Interest iunUI T TI
I think It would pay pa them well wellOW WellX wellMa
pjor Pined and Imprisoned ImprisonedIncon ImprisonedInconsistent ImprisonedInconsistent Incon Inconsistent ¬
sistent Sentences Pointed out outEDITOR outEDITOR outEDIToa
EDITOR Owns How or why Is it so somany 10many somany
many poor people are sent up for va vagrancy vaIraney vegrancy ¬
grancy I find in todays to < 1lYs Tim T Timer i a col colored col01ed celored ¬
ored man named Joseph Williams look lookIng lookIng looking
Ing for work but failed to find it t and andwas andwas endwas
was In a poverty stricken condition conditionHe oonilitionHe conditionHe
He Is I sent to the work house liou for four fourmonths fourmonthl fourmonths
months in default of a fine of 40 40What 40What 40What
What is I the tense of fining this man
40 Another thing can the work workhouse workhoule workhouse
house relieve his hi poverty povertyAnother povertAnother povertyAnother
Another man named George Stetnel Stetnelwho Stelnelwho Steinelwho
who proved himself a vagrant his fine fineIs fineI fineIs
Is I only 20 or sixty days day In the work workhouse workhoule workhouse
house Another man George Wash Washington WashInton Washington ¬
ington colored is I charged with the of offense oftense ¬ i ifenle
tense of disorderly conduct hit hi tine Is I
10 or thirty days in the work house houseWhere houl8Where houseWhere
Where in the name of heaven is the theconsistency theconlltenoy theconsistency
consistency in these sentences Why WhyIt
It is I hardly safe for a respectable citi citizen cltlzen cltixen ¬
zen to sit It down In one of the parks parksIt vrklIt perksIt
It Is I only a question of time that ft It will willbe w1llbe Nielbe
be unsafe for a man to walk the street streetwith streetwith treetwith
with old clothes on him Is I it its a crime crimeto crimeto crimeto
to be poor poorT The Americans talk about abouta
a land of liberty and freedom I fall fallto tallto fallto
to see It You can not step tep on the thegrass thegral thegrass
grass you cannot close your eyes In Inthe Inthe inthe
the public parks and you can not pho photograph photOlraph photograph ¬
tograph anything anythingThese anythlnThe anythingThese
These The cases ca of vagrancy I have no noticed noticed noticed ¬
ticed for a long Ion I time and It Is I a great greatinjustice IreatInjutlce greatinjustice
injustice to the poorer clss cliMMM c ss where whereno whereDO whereno
no crime Is committed but there Is Istome I IIOme issome
tome definite object at the task of the thewhole tnewhole thewhole
whole business I would like to know knowwho knowwho knowwho
who It Is that is I making money on onthe ontbe onthe
the weekly board of thOle poor va vagrants vagrant vagrants ¬
grants In the workhouse or Jail or who whoIs whoI whoii
Is I making money on their dally aUy labor laborInvestigate laborInveltlgate laborInvestigate
Investigate these matters and there theremay tberema theremay
may ma not be so many arrests arrestsI
I make this tbl broad statement tat6mentl I say saythere laYthere saythere
there are hundreds of innocent persons pontonsconfined IJ8111Onconnne personsconfined
confined < 1 In jam and workhouse workbouuMthroughout workhou workhouthroulhout workhousethroughout
throughout this thl country conntr awl what we wewant wewant wewant
want Is I a National Prison Roforra As Association A AIOclaUon Arsoeiatton ¬
sociation to Investigate ilml and nll protect protectevery prGtoetevery protestevery
every Innocent person wit Is I looked lookedup lookl loet4edup 1 1up
up upThe The constitution of thf ountry ountryshould oeuntryshould oelUlt11Il1ou1
should < 1 protect prot t them Spouse they tliorare tb tbare theyare
are poor you Ou lock them tl1 hj1 hj1Yours uft uftYours wtJYourl
Yours respectfully respectfullyFf
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Many desertions contiHue to take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place from tom the French army arm I In Ton Tonquln To Toquln Toequin
quln All the deserters de ertera who are recap recaptured recaptured recaptured ¬
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Lately eighteen soldiers of the Foreign ForeignLegion Fo1It1lo8llon Fordgnlegion
Legion ran away from Southay with a alot alot alot
lot of arms and accoutrements They Theywere The Thewere Theywere
were caught In the mountain defiles defilesafter dlftl dlftlI dilliesafter
after a chase ch which lasted a consider considerable conll1derable considerable ¬
able time and the eighteen were con condemned ocmdsmned eondemned ¬
demned to be shot hot at ones U t I is Mid Midthat saidthat Id Idtbat
that when the men were w drawn up In InDingle Inalnlle Insingle
Dingle file In front of their graves lrav the theadjutant theadjutant theadjutant
adjutant who was In chart oJaa of the fir firing firIng firtug ¬
ing party part cried out 011 t with an oath on onseeing onl8tnl oneung
seeing some of the doomed dOOl d men tall tallslightly talllIlhtly fallslightly
slightly out of their alignment aU mint Cant Cantyou Cantyou Cantyou
you fellows keep your dressing better bettorthan betterthan betterthan
than that thatT Ky JCYI Eyes s right Dross No NoBooner Nosooner Nosooner
sooner was tM th command given INI1 than thanthe thanthe thenthe
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We are headquarters for supplies in this line Ii lie Railroad RailroadBnrrowe Railro RailroBnrrowlI RailroadBarrows < <
Barrows Mortar Barrows Imperial Iron Beams Road RoadPlows ROtitlPlows RoadPlows
Plows and Dirt Scraper for honvy grading gradill and an excavating excavatingpurposes exclHlItiuKpu excavatingpurposes
purposes pu rpOll8 Water Tanks and J3nrrols Q rroI8 Dirt Wagons andcarts and andCarte all allnrt8
Carte nrt8 find full fulllillo line of Ilnrnew lIarn I It would bo w well fi for contraotArs con contmotors contI1totors
tmotors in this line before buying oliowhero to get our onrprices ourprioos ourpriooc
prices Wo Va also carry in stook Lawn Mowers Lawn LawnRollers LlwnRotloN LawnRollors
Rollers Garden Jlose find Tools Plows repaired and andcastings Ilndofttinge andcastings
castings furnished for all Plows PlowsP PlowP PlowsP
P MANN CO 207 7th St N NW NWOpposite W WOpposite WO110StO
Opposite Cantor Market MarketPerpetual MarketPerpetual InllcotP
Perpetual P rp tual Account BooR BooRSave DooksSave
Save MONEY LABOR TIME TIMEand Ued by Banks Insur Insurance Insurf Insurance ¬
f ance Companies and Mer Mercantile Merand Merand ¬
and SPACE SPACEFull < candle Houses Whole Wholesale Wholesale Wholesate
sale and Retail In place of ofLodgers ofFull ofFull
Full information from Lodgers Stock Cooks etc etcR etcR etcR
027 27 La Av Ave N W Washington D C CAbout Cjl1y Cjlly
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About Your YourSUMMER YourSUMMER i
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Somerset Beach BeachWashingtons BeachWashingtons BeachWashingtons
Washingtons Favorite Residence and andPleasure andPJeasure andPleasure
Pleasure Resort ResortWe BesortWe ResortsWe
We invite your attention attenti n to the fol following following following ¬
lowing advantage of the Beach as an anexcursion anexcursion anexcursion
excursion excursion and cottage resort Easy Easydistance E3SYdistance Easydistance
distance from the City CitY45 45 miles milesFine milesFine milesFine
Fine salt water bathing healthy loca location location location ¬
tion excellent shade sh de for excursionists excursionistsGood excursionistsGood excursionistsGood
Good fishing and crabbing Highelevation High Highelevation I1 igh ighelevation
elevation of building sites Cheap Cheaprates Cheaprates Cheaprates
rates of fare Low ow prices of Lots Lotsand Lotsand Lotsand
and Lumber LumberSOMERSET Lumber
is opposite Maryland Maryl nd Point on the thewidest thewidest thewidest
widest stretch of the grand Potomac PotomacThe PotomacThe PotomacThe
The Company has built the finestwharf finest finestwharf finestvharf
wharf on the river riverDaily r river riverDaily ver verDaily
Daily boat boata connect with WMhlugtav Reunion JkuIiollmake kouraioll rurti rurtimake IXI5make
make traveling nearly M cheap cl p M rgii mntflflpf at horns 110J Mwl Mwlthe 11dae qtl qtlthe
the COlt of living is i reduoed to a mtuimKHt mhaffi Lota IotllOll 5011 ow on onMJ onstay
stay MJ 1 monthly pnymtnto mid atltllOOney money money ftunfaritwl for bnlUi bnlUipurpose bhUUpllrpoaea balldigg balldiggpurposes
purpose Apply at company1 company ornee orneeE om omS office
CHESTER CHIESTJ 1R HOWE Secretary Secretary2SJ
623 623 2SJ F Street N W

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