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HOW HEW I EW YORK CITY CITYGETS CITYGETSITS
GETS GETSITS ITS DAILY OAll Y FOOD FOODvrnt FOODC1t
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wnain ITS axnzns in CM CASE AH uwtasmr SJOOINLY cur OFF THE atiLt atiLtSWfLY DAILYtJ
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SWfLY FM OJTSlDZ DJrJOCOIWU DMISEiU OF FAMINE TO WHICH THE CITY HAS KIN SEENU KINftpjsno BUNEXPSED
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U ftpjsno ojmw siirff SUMS OF THE pisr PI Jr it t t It r t r lot rr 1 1vV tt ttaLLttL
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IM MOW 01Y n gr great I cat nt city is suppllcd sup supplied Ul
6 plied with Its dally VIC VICS vlotnltla 11 ¬
14 S L1 ± f > tnnls and drink la famll famllvf
I vf lj 1 1 V Ini in a general cllclal way wn to toWv to1II0st tolrla9t
Wv Jr S3 1II0st lost people The census censusISS ccllsnsIIaI CCIr9119tells
ISS IIaI > tells with u Ith nt least an ail u nb nbtempt at attempt nttewpt ¬
tempt at exactness how much of oftlmt ortlmt ofthat
tlmt an average American cats catsAnd cotsnod nts ntslIud
And drinks 11Ilnl It Is II also an interest interesting IlIler Snterrstrag st stID ¬
ing ID rag problem knowing how much IIIl1chn a city cllylike Ill citytlko
like this consumes to consider how fat torft fatit rnrIt
it has provided ptod cl1 for anything beyond itsl1nmediate its itsImmediate Itslmmel1late
Immediate needs How docs Its store storeut storefood Iorl IorlI
ut I food compare com parI with till wellstocked wellstockedlarder weltHlodelllllrder n cll atoched atochedlarder
larder of a provident housewife How Howlong IIowlong Ilonlaug
long would brcakfnslH and n d luncheons luncheonsand lllllcheonsand innnc ous ousand
and dinners KO o in their present stand standnote abundance IIhl1tllltl ¬
tl note and variety nrleI3 If f a hostile Acct held heldthe bellItho bellthe
the Hudson the Sound and had cut cutthe Clltthe cutthe
the bridges across the Ilndcni or a aJuore 11UI01e nmore
more probable > rohnble contingency if n hurri hurricane 11111l1cnne Uurritaus ¬
cane 71 blizzard or an earthquake cllttliquakocC cllttliquakocCI ecn thgnukn ef effectually ctfechmily ¬
I fectually cut the lines of transportation transportationIn tlnu poltntl1I poltntl1IIn
In two and 111111110 no ono could mend them themTho themrhe themCho
Tho resources of o a country coulltr or of n ncity 0c1ty nrlty
city are apt to be underestimated in inconsidering inconsidering I IcOIIshlerJIIJ
considering a question lllco this Peo Tcapie People ¬ I Ipic
pie do not realize 1enll c until they hnt have 1m c tried triedIt trlcdIt triedIt
It how far n little coq can be made to go on ona 011IL ona
a half halfration l1ulfrn railou tI 011 or quarterration qunrter rntlou basis basisThe hn81 hn81The boatsIlea
The Germans calculated In 1870 thatPnrlsrnB that thatParis thntPllrlH
Paris PnrlsrnB was able to stand n two months mouthsalegL monthssiege monthsfllege
siege In fact fret the tll city held out for fOlBa
143 1 + 111 daysVery days daysVery dnysVery
Very possibly as many schools of ofdietary ofdlctlll ofdletnry
dietary dlctlll experts contend people trmthiUc would wouldbe wOllhtbe
be bettor off If they did not cat NO soHutch NOmuch O OIIIl1ch
much Nevertheless In tile hasty hust sur survey survey Burvey ¬
vey which it hleh follows It has boon assumed assumedthat nsstll1ldthat nssunu + d dthat
that people peop will n lll keep pretty closely to totheir totheir totlelr
their usual habits of o online cntll and anlll1llIlc anlll1llIlcIn drink drinking lirlnittog ¬
tog In even In time of ofsel1o severe set ere shortage shortageanil 8horllllennil sbnrtngcand
and that they will n 111 not pause In this thisprobably thisJIolmhly thispeoUnbly
probably misguided course COllrt < e until un III thewnrohouscs the thewarehouses theWIl1IIIoURe
warehouses which wll leh nrc the citys cltspa cltspaIdes pan pantries pallI ¬
I tries are empty emptyBuriTiiRS cll1pI3SU1FLIES mupfystrrrrtas
BuriTiiRS FROM lno TIE VEST VESTIf 1YEsrIf weerIf
If the trains from the West should shouldStop HhoulllMop sLnuldsfitop
Stop coming coming In for three days arH the retail retailbutchers totnllImtchcrs retellbutchers
butchers would cease to get lt their nor normill 1101m11 rtornap
mill supply of fresh meat if the Inter Interruption InterlulHloll brierruptlon ¬
ruption of traftle continued contlllll 11 for n week weekthey wceltbC3 fuselthey
they would receive practically none nt ntnil rati
nil rtlb Now pail and agalu the city < Ily gels to tho thovery thoery thevery
i
very ery verge else of this latter catdltlanDeniers condition conditionDealers eOll ltlon ltlonenlcls
Dealers enlcls said that In the great snow snowHtorin soonstorut mowHtOl11I
Htorin of 1000 only ti day or Ol two ht o sep separated se seHtIItrlt scpunted ¬
arated till city from an actual elunl meat meatfamlue incutfamine mClltf41111111c
famine Hut Int the H trains > lns camp through throughIn
In those two tn e days and the danger dangerpassed IlullgerIJassell duugcrpassed
passed passedTho IJasselllho passed1ho
Tho Western packing houses which whIchflnllly wUiclsupply whichsupply
supply the greater part of the meat wentsotto meateaten mententell
eaten here 11 Agnre euro l1to on keeping keep In I about aboutenough abolltclIough aboutcuougU
enough meat in sight to supply one oneweeks olleweeks outweeks
weeks demand dan tmh Generally Gellcroll speaking apcaldugThero speakingthere speallnI
I there is one days supply in the cool cooliir 100 100f coolI
iir lll ready for immediate delivery Anoiler An Another Allother ¬
f other days meat is in n the cars at tile tlicyards tileyar theyards
yards yar 8 This means of course at Ho Hoboken IIoboltel1 fIoUnlen
boken ov Jersey City In many casesnod cases casesand ens CR CRalll1
and strictly speaking not In n New NewYork rcwYorJ KatyYori
York at all While these cars are arebeing arei 110I
i I being unloaded trnlns aggregating a athird aj nthird
j third tbhlll1ays days supply are coming In 11 The Theallowance Thenilowmtee rhenllowallco
allowance for two days more Is on 011 the theroad the10nl1 Ihoroad
road somewhere between hero tern and Chi CUIcago Chicago Chicngo ¬
cago Kansas City or St Louis and al1l11H al1l11Htho at titf atthe
the packing houses In the West a sixth sixthdays sixthdays
f 1 days 1 nys moat is being loaded on the I hi cars carsPerhaps calSPerhnls earsFarLaps
Perhaps n tenth of the citys elt moat moatmipply mentnnlply meatsupply
supply tho rvcatei1 f reater part of it killed killedkosher 1ltJeltkosher IIlledhasher
kosher for the use of the orthodox orthodoxTews ollhOlloxT mfmadoxJens
Jens T ws comes from the city clt abattoirs abattoirswhich alJnttohsvhleh nbnttnirsvllch
which Puce ou the Knst lllvcr th Uel cr They Theycould 1hcycould rhe3could
could keep cep up their normal n 011111 I output outputsucti output8U mttpntaudTi
sucti 8U 1 ns It Is I for n day I1n or tn two o after the theWestern theWeRteln the1Vesteru
Western incut had given out The six sixdays sixdays oJ1 oJ1ays
days ays supply which they have In Insight Iusight htS
S sight is mode up substantially ril1hstnntlllI as fol followfe follows fallotv
lotv lows I One day on the Looksready hooks ready lem1 to tobe tohe tobe
be carted away to the retail shops one oneday oneIla3 oneday
day In tho killingpen ldlling peu one days supply supplyof rnllp3 rnllp3of
of live cattle being unloaded in n the theyards theY11dl theyards
yards one days supply of Ih live o cattle cattleon entueon cattlenn
on the train coming Knst and Iul ono onedays onoIlays onodays
days supply In the Western stock stockyards sloelyntd stodtyards
yards bought and nnl11cmly ready for shipment shipmentA
A IUTB snirsiENr lIllMIJJNT OF CATTLE CATTLEExactly CATTLEl CATTLnLxnctlyt
Exactly l Lxnctlyt xllctly what hnt a dayH lluyIHl1ppl supply amounts amountsto
to Is a question more morcltitlIcult difficult to nn answer nnsurer ¬
surer than the published statistics statisticswould statisticswuuld atntlstlcsw4u1d
1 would seem to Indicate In lcatc Figures show showing showIng sbonIng ¬
ing domestic receipts am rout exports to toforeign tofotelgn toforeign
foreign countries arc arc made up but Untthese butthese Imtthese
these take no no account of numerous numeroussmall l1UI11ClOI1SsiUlall nuuteronsEatnll
small shipments shlp111ents especially of pork porkmade iorkU1ldc iiorkolado
made from points near by or for the thetrade thotrade thetrade
trade of places in this vicinity which whichare whichr whichArc
are r supplied from the New York mar markets mntkets roarGete ¬
kets > One expert of high authority has hascomputed hascpmmtcd maccomputed
computed that the people of the greater greatercity grcatercity greatercity
city and Its suburbs cat about 20000
000 pounds pan n deaf of m meat eat every n week c e 1 Rough Roughly Roughly non g gly h ¬
ly speaking slenlln nn average days supply supplyIs suppl3Is
Is s about 3500000 > D pounds A Adnys AdnysIUI11 days dayssupply dayssupply
supply IUI11 > IY of pork Is morn mol nearly 2000000 2000000pounds 2000000110undll 004000hounds
pounds Mutton and nnlllnmb lamb arc not eat eaten cntl caten ¬
en l n to suck SUCL an extent but the demand demandfor l1ewmdfor demandfor
for these two meats will reach 250000 250000pounds 250000VOUII 950000pounds
VOUII pounds S n day dayIf IlnyIt dnYIt
It the packing houses cold storage storager storngeromR storageroms
r roms oms and lIIl butcher shops were ransacked ran ransacked 1111snckel1 ¬
sacked therefore the amount on hand handnt 11tlldnt haulrat
nt nn average ncIa o time would be sometldng some something ¬ I Ithing
thing like this Hoof 3500000 poundsporlr pounds poundspovlc 1ouDlls II
povlc 0000000 pounds mutton and andlamb onl1Inmb routlamb
lamb 000000 pounds certainly not a nsmall asmart II
small accumulation New York has hascrime hasome Unscarne
crime ome to bo the greatest vcaloatlng tenl enleatll1 cntlug city cityIn cityIn cityin
In America and I1l1 three or four days dayssupply dnyaRupply dayssupply
supply nt nearly 200 00 carcasses n day daywould dayollltlllrobahly daytrouid
would ollltlllrobahly probably be 1 > 0 found on hand handIn handI
In I the ovent of the hypothetical hypotheticalslogo hypotheticalsloge hypotheticalsiege
siege washout or earthquake severing severingcommunlcntlou sovetlnscoml1lul1lcntfon Bercringcommunlcntlat
communlcntlou with the vest of the theworld thoWOIlll tiroworld
world New Nc Yorkers would probably ptoltaUlyhave probablyhave 111obnblyhave
have bread to cat for n long Ion lime In Inwarehouses Inwaruou9cS Inwnremausca
warehouses nil about the city and Intmo in intho Intho
tho Hour mills themselves arc stores of offlout offloor
flout which ought ought to last tor three threeweeks thrcowcelts Ihreoworks
weeks and 111111u In tho wholesale mill n d retail retailtjrotery rotallracer2
tjrotery racer2 1001 stores there should be as much
1
more Millers mid Jobbers In thiscountry this thiscountry tlll tlllcOIlIlI1
country cOIlIlI1 have always proceeded l1o eldell on the thesupposition thc511llosIlI01l thesuppoaltimt
supposition that a barrel of Hour Is con cqustunctl consumed CQIIIIt1Ined ¬
sumed nimually for every man woman womanand womallmll nromnu nromnuand
and child Although the plat census censusgave cellHnsr1te eella119gore
gave a 111mgC larger figure they still trust theold the theold thlold
old rule of thumb In preference preferenceWhile preferollceWbllo prefcruuce11hilo
While the barrelapiece hnrrcl gticce average II 1 ru re holds holdsgood ho1cstool1 holdsgood
good Ior the whole ts Uolc country eonnlt the largo largocities ImgoeWeR largodues
cities where fresh vegetables cItnblel1 and andother 111111othel nodother
other foodstuffs are Ill available lit great graUcr greater IIelltel ¬
er variety nt lcty and for n longer 1011 period of ofcnch ofeneh rateach
each year consume slightly less than thantheir tllnntllelt thanthen
their proportional sluiro of plain n wheat wheatHour whellt1I0ul hent hentflour
Hour It Is probably fair to allow II110waOOOOOQ
0000000 barrels n ycur for the li300
000 or more Inhabitants of Greater llrenlcrKett GreaterNew I Ire
New re York This makes about bUUUnreels S200 S200barrels b200unlrels
barrels per day Itn There here lire no figures figureswhich Ihureswblch figuresn
n which Llch show the amount on hand hllllllill in thenumerous the thenumerous theIIlUllerOI1H
numerous warehouses n s but men of o ex experience oxperleuro expcrlence ¬
perience In the business nay n that Ihvill Ihvillnvcrnga It will willaverage will11clngo
average something like 200000 barrels barrelsAs barrolAs toffeeAs
As to the raw materials from which whichflour whichflam n9tlchAau
flour could be In made there nrc definite definitestntlstlcs 11cltnllestatistics definite9lntlatics
statistics The visible supply of ofeach 1 1ellch ofcacti
each grain 111111 Is known at all times tlutess > with within ltll ltllIn Iflrtit ¬
in narrow limits The quantity stored storedIn storellIII storedfu
In this city should reach Its maximum maximumwithin 11I111111111within IrIAYIn1l1i11tvtthiu
within the next few weeks + cla nnd will willthen willthclI nlllthen
then fall Irregularly hIcnhlI until next years yearscrops ycnrscrops 3cnrtCIO1S
crops CIO1S are harvested hnrt estcd On October Octob 1 20 u ot oflost o olast otInst
last year em there were In store in Man Manhattan 11l1nhnttan DGtnhnttnu ¬
hattan and Brooklyn BIool Bronllynwatchctnscs n warehouses wmcllJl1HeS 4702
414 bushels of wheat nhent111i41S0 1070180 of corn corn89nin2 co Ill Ill8fJal112
89nin2 of oats S20t of rye 1 I and 148 1481I 45 45Ir
022 1I 2 of barley blule On August AII ust 0 of this thisyear tills3lal
year 1 ear the accuinnlntlona had shrunk to
354000 3 4OOO bushels of wheat tr Ucat 152000 i2OO ofrnru of ofcorn ofcorll
corn 10000 of oats 15000 11000aC of rye and andloa4o
10000 of barley barleyBREAD barb bIhnRElD + y ynnEan
BREAD Han BUTTER f eon OH A MONTH MONTHAfter ltoarnAfter 1O > nI nIAftel
After bread and broads hlIlltblnfis tuffs thethonghta the thethoughts theIholhls
thoughts of the cater naturally turn turntowards tllllItowollll1 turntonnrds
towards butter hUttl Unfortunately Unfortn ntdy Ihc Ihcbutter Ihehuttm Ilehorror
butter supply HuI would lie exhausted dlUl lcI110Ilq lcI110Ilqhcfole long longbefore Imtgbefore
before the bread gave a IC out 011 It t Is doubt doaidtut doubtful 10ulltfill ¬
fill If there Is ever much more than ammdLs a amonths 1 1t1lolllhf
months supply 1I11IJI on o huulenters hand handSHITS 1111I111S
enters S IITS or TUB LOG SURTLV SURTLVflutter SUllLIHllltCI surrLrButter
flutter and eggs C eggs g mid u 1 pound 1011111 of ofcheese It Itchccsc t tcLresu
cheese went tt ent together In Mr 11 Culver Culverleys CllhetleY1I Cult er erlegs
legs ballad Egg Eg s are stored In so somany soml111Y snninny
many places lll1ces In and IIlIllllbout about the city nnd nodn nndIn ntlllIn
In n such varying quantities that nccncetc accur accurate IICCI1lnte ¬
ate Information except ns to the HI re receipts 11 11celpls recelpt9 ¬
ceipts from day to day cannot be obtniued ob obtained ohtl1lned ¬
tained The proprietor of n large cold cahlstArngc coldstbrage eolilst
stbrage st rngo warehouse states that in his hisopinion hlAopluloll lieoplulon
opinion the supply of eggs in storage storageat StOIII StOIIInt
at one time tlmetrould would never suffice for the thecitys thecitys thrdtl
citys dtl ° s needs for more than a fortnight fortnightand fortllightnl111 farhrlghtamt
and ho doubted if the accumulation nccunntlntiontrouhl accumulationwould ncellll1ulatiollwoulll
would lost so long If all other sources sourceswere BomCCiIwere sourceacre
were cut oft oftThe oftTho offThn
The fact that the weekly receipts > afchclsa of ofcheese ofchopso
cheese quadruple bntn lietwcen car March nlch nail nndJuly 111111Tul nailJuly
July Tul is mono sufficient to show that thatthere thntUIOIO thatthere
there must Ire be n large accumulation in insummer IIISUIIUler insttnuuer
summer to supply the winters needs needsand IICIIsnl111 needsand
and this is If the case There here Is probably probablyenough lohablollough probablyenough
enough cheese dlccsetu to lost for more than thantwo thc1IItwo thantoo
two mouths mouthsWhen DloulhsWhcn moults11hcn
When prohibitive prices urn the rule rulefor 11110tot ruletor
for fresh provisions housekeepers usu usually UIIUally n9urally ¬
ally resort to canned goods It Itronid Itronidascot would wouldseem woulllseem
seem that the city could do the same sameCanned samCClllllcil sonicCcuutcd
Canned peaches and pears pens and andgreen nllil1Ieen nodgreen
green corn cm n could still be had supposing supposingthat suppaslugthat
that ihot people people did not try to live Ire on them themexclusively themeXCII1HIy 1Leurexclusttdy
exclusively rafter flour non I nUll water ntCI por porridge 11011hlge porridge ¬
ridge became a II luxury Imm Canned goods goodsnrc goo goodsu < ls ls11I0
nrc u c almost the only onl edibles < tho whole wholesupply whole8111111y wholesupply
supply of of f which tho dealers receive Iecee nt nttho Ilttho ratrho
tho same time The strawberry season seasonbeing SIIlS011being seasonbcing
being over for instance all or practi practically lnctcnlly practltally ¬
tally all of the strnn strawberries berrles that three threennd tltrCInUll threeand
nUll o t quarter million people will cat catuntil en catuutll t tulltll
until the fresh fruit Monies Banc omlfl + s again arc arepaclted arcpacked mepaclIll
packed away In brightly labeled tiers tierswithin tierswlthlll 11nr9nilhlu
within carting distance of the retail retailcounters relallcounters rolnllcounters
counters countersTho countersTho counters1he
Tho fresh fruits and vegetables mill tn111foul milland m1l1cnnd
and cream except of course COIl1 lt theconned the thecanned thocannell
canned condensed variety nrlel and fresh frespA9h freshfish ftes1I1sh
fish would not bo expected to last very verylong verylong er3 1 1loug
long At the samo time there might be beenough becnongh becuongh
enough of some ICSH important food foodproducts fooQprodnets Co 011 011prolluct I
products of which n L1cD the usual consump consumption con ronsuutptlat l1n1 l1n1tlon ¬
tion is small to last n long time Itmight It Itmight ItmIght
might easily happen that the city had hadseasoning hallscnsonlllg hadsensoning
seasoning in plenty for Instance with withno withno withna
no substantial food to put It aLKenYork on ollNcw ollNcwYorl New NewYork
York Post l OR
I Ancient TIUi TlleeTLo TIUiThe Jlte JlteThe
The discovery of the encaustic tiling tilingIn tlUugIn llliugIn
In the Babylonian palace of Nebuchad Nebuchadnezzar NebnehudnCTZtI NebneLaduczznr ¬
nezzar proves that In fineness of glaz glazing RlazIng glnzIng ¬
ing and nlll coloring the people of thfc thfctime th thtime tmLtlime
time of Abraham were as proficient proficientIn
In certain classes clllssesof of art work as the thebest IheblHt tiroUcet
best ottle of the modern artists The world worldseems wor1l1lIeomR world9eaus
seems always Cllwa 1 to have bad Intent abil ability nhUIty nbll1ty ¬
ity to excel eXl cl In the production of beau beautiful henutltul beautlful ¬
tiful tilings nnd nnUthlls it bus been manifested manifestedIn monlf stcd stcdIII
In past ages wherever race climate and andgovernmental nlllgoemU1cntal nodgot
got governmental ernmcutnl conditions mndo it pos possible 1109slu11 pnsslUlc ¬
sible This ago 10 has achieved more than thouguy thanany thllllouy
any other largely 11I el because beellu e of the thegrowth thegrowth thegrowth
growth of frcw government and the thofortunate thefortuuate lhoPacttutnte
fortunate mingling of races lnCI In Eastern EasternEurope l binslernEuropa nslell nslellEllropo
Europe and 1 In America nnd the con consequent couSellllmt consegunut ¬
sequent rise of high Ideals In eviry et cry de dcpnrhnent department lIelQitll1ent ¬
partment of human1 activity netlIt neflvltyBoston neflvltyBostonrrtnrscript Boston BostonTranscript BoslouItlmlSerlt
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Tho Homo of r the he Itlinnnn lnunanNature ItlinnnnNature 1111101011Xatll1l
Nature scorns to have wade Jamaica Jamaicathe Jmm 1amalcnIhe len lenthe
the homo of o the bntinnu but It i re reIhulllel1 rcmnlued j jinnlnert
innlnert for American enterprise cllt l11tlsc to turn turntho turn tmrltho turnrho
tho fruit to gold old It is estimated esthuat d that thntOOOOOO
0000000 bunches of bananas were wereshipped wetoshipped tveroshlppcd
shipped from thin Island IsluUllll1Rt Inst ycnr At Atan Atullllerae Atau
an ullllerae average of thirtylive cents a It bunch bunchthis bunchthis Lunchthis
this would yield 5JJ160000 1150000 It I Is also alsostated nIsIstated alsostated
stated that about 1850000 1 OOOO Is paid out outnimually Ol1tAunually antAnnually
Annually In n wngcs by fruit companies cnmpnulesTiisvould companiesThis compnnlcsrbls
Tiisvould This would outll bring a total of 5000000 5000000to iOOOOOOto 0000011to
to the Island lu one year ns a t direct re result leSI11t resuit ¬
suit of tho fruit fl ult U trade tradeTho ItndlTho nde ndeTmo
Tho man with n fatally of grown up updaughters npnughte1l1 updaughters
daughters ts s surely under home rule
I A VISITING GIRAFFE GIRAFFEritCre CIAAFFETGtrc I
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ritCre was 1A coos nw II a a gnwlty great gl t giant giantglrfife giantI giantgirsilc
I glrfife glrfifeWho girsilclVhn h lrl1 lrl1I
Who was suet a gdoso g ose he made every onf onfInusli onr11llIh ani aniInvgh
I Inusli InusliHP 11llIhIIp Invghfir
HP went ts rnt 10 10 Now on York on a Aging 111i11 machine mnchinolYlich machineWhich mnchlneWhich
Which turned turnl1 the menagerie 1IIIm gllic envious onerous nriou green greenHe IIfccnlie greenBc
He called on the zebras and monkeys and anJlc andIcpr anddc
dc dcIIc > lc Icpr T Tlie
lie 111 sass RW the rliinQreri lions Iin sad steer steerIIo steerf teer teerHo
IIo f Ie visited J ited leopard leopanis the lhq tiger and onlllII onlllIII lynx lynxHo lynxIIc
I Ho lunched with tyc t e wild n tW cat cutthen tlicn culled culleumi culledIIll eulitdI1LC
mi a minx minxIFc mln mlnIre n1111xj n1111xjIe
Ie Ire dined with the elephant oe1hnnt mippcil wltb wltbiu wltbho witUhu
ho iu puma pumitWhich pumaWhich pumrt1Vhich
Which put him Into a delightful good 1m 1mlie 1111nor Uunor
nor norlIe norBe
lie uis stns 8 well entertained by tho thocnmcl camel and andAnd midialunr slidingrmr
ialunr ialunrAnd ingrmrAnd
And frequently laughed as he wild aill What WhatR IShate
R 1 wag you ou ore nreHe orelIe oreIIe
He paid such attention to little bliss i s Anle AnteShe Anlelope AnleInge
lope IngeShe I IShe
She had softly to whisper whi l1er Indeed sir sircant r rcant fcant
cant elopeIIe elope elopIIIe lop < j jlie
IIe next went to sec the old gray hippo hippopotamus hippo1otnmu ltippnpotnmus ¬
potamus potamusBut potnmusUut 1otnmu 1otnmuBut
But came out in m a t hurry 11111 exclitiminf Oh Ohwhat Ohhnt phn
what n hnt it t muss musslie InllfgIre mussIfs
lie dropped < in ° on the porcupine count counting countng counting ¬
ing ng her bUll billiAnd bUllI UilleAstd
And when hel1 ho went cntout but ho stole six six of her hertjuills herIIUillB hetquills
I quills tjuillsWhen
When hn finally f Wally left in his flying nJ machine1o machine machineNo machineNo
No happier animals ever were seen seenThey sccnThey seenThey
They Mill id If he would hold his head up sohigh so soThey sohigh
high highThe
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by painting them with daubs of the theprimary theIHlmnr3 tieprlmnry
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seem to have met with extraordinary extraordinarysuccess extraordlnnry9UCCCRS extrnordlnarysucce9a
success Six guns so bcdlencd were wereplaced wereplacel1 wereplaced
placed on the Fox Hills and at 3000 100Dyards 3000yards 3000fmlls
yards although the direction In which whichthey whichtltey whichthey
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sent forward to engage them were weroIInullle weremtaUle weretumble
tumble to Hud them until they had hadadvanced 111I11alhancel1 hodadvanced
advanced to within 1000 yards by bywhich bywhich Uyn
which n hlch time in actual warfare the thegaily thegolly rUcgaily
gaily covered guns would have prob probably probnJ13 prataUly ¬
ably made short work of them The Thestreaks TheItrenls rLcstrcalts
streaks of color arc splashed on rain rainbowfashion mInh01Cnshlon ¬
bowfashion h01Cnshlon I IOn faBllln n and the result 1 e ant t is to t 0 cause causethe causeIhc C ni1B e
Ithe the guns to appear as part and parcel parcelof
of the landscape even et en at a short dis distance dlstance di6ranee ¬
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for artillery what reason Is there ther tosupposo to tosupposo tosnppose
supposo that It cannot ho applied torho to totho totho
tho uniform of men In the field fi Addy ld 1 IerhapB Per Perhaps lelhaps ¬
haps we shall be shortly returning to tothe tt ttthe torho
the gorgeous costumes of former forller days daysKhaki daysKllol dayBIlakl
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make way for combinations of color colorthat colorthat colortintvlll
tintvlll that will throw into the shade all the tlabrllllant thebrilliant thebllIlnnt
brilliant uniforms of the past At first firstlight firstlight ArstI1gLt
light this may seem a C frivolous idea ideabut Ideabut ideaUut
but once It has been established that tUatmoo thatmen thntlell
men lell garbed gn1belllnllubow in rainbow hues will emu emusInto emulate emuIl1to
late the properties of Mr Wells in fuv161U1e inrisible Invlslblo
risible man wo Vo shall be obliged to tojonsldcr toonsldcl toonslrler
jonsldcr the advisability of reforminganlform reforming reforminguniform lcfolmJn lcfolmJnloltorm
uniform In this direction Tho lto appear appearinco appeartaco
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baric and singular but wo doubt not notthat notthnt notlUtlt
that It will Lave considerable effectaeon effect effectipon efleet3pon
ipon the recruiting Iecrultln problem and per porbaps perhaps JI i ihaps
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I RELIABLE RE iIA L I A B L I E DAIRYMEN DAIRYMENDIRECTORY DAI DAIRYMENDIRECTORY I IDIRECTORY
DIRECTORY OF LEGITIMATE DEALERS DEALERSthe
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