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In speaking to the editor of the Citi Citizen Citizen Cit I ILen ¬
zen the other o hcr day Mr Louis P Shoe Shoemaker Shoemaker Sho Shomaker e
maker president of the Briglitwood BriglitwoodCitizens BrlghtwoodCitizens Brightwo BrightwoCitizens od
Citizens Association said saidYOUR saidYOUR saidYOUR
YOUR PAPER IS CERTAINLDOING CERTAINLY CERTAINLYDOING CERTAINLYDOING Y
DOING GOOD WORK < FOR THE THESUBURBS THESUBURBS TIi E
SUBURBS AND SUBURBAN PEO PEOPLE PEOPLE PE PEPLE 0
PLE IT IS A GREAT PITY THE THEOTHER THEOTHER TH THOTHER 0E E
OTHER PAPERS PAP RS TOO DONT DONTDEVOTE DONTDEVOTE DON DONDEVOTE T
DEVOTE SOME SPACE TO OUR OURINTERESTS OURINTERESTS OU OUINTERESTS R
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At its last meeting l11eetin the CitizenNorthwest Citizens CitizensNorthwest Citizensorthwelt s >
Northwest Suburban Association Associntionpassed Associationpassed Associnti Associntipassed on n
passed a series of resolutions com commending commending con conmending L
mending Ihe Chevy Chase Iand C Cfor Co Cofor Cofor o
for its action in inclearin clearing out the loafer loafertrees loafertrees loaf loaftrees r
trees from several huge tracts oflnnd oflnndand oflandamI of lan lanand j
and also n resolution commending the thestand thestaurl ti tistand to e
stand taken by the Commissioners Commissioners Commissionersrecommending in inrecommending Inrecommending n
recommending that current expenses expensesbe expens Cs Csbe ss
be paid out 0th of current revenues but butthat butthat b ut it
that extraordinary extraordinnr > public improVments improve improvements improven1nts e s
ments be met by advances from the thetreasury thetreasury ti titreasury le
treasury treasuryThis treasuryThis
This wise action should b be indorsed indorsedIn indors indorsby e I
In by every c very suburban suburbsuluillocl association associationLong associationLon tion tionLOII
Long Lon ago no tubarculonlfs was ealloil by byBoctors byiloctors b bdoctors y
doctors the Brent rent whltp plague It Itlahns ItIalms t
lahns its victims by b millions ovory ovoryyear ooryrlar ovor ovorrear y T
year from rein the equator to the > po1eshowing poles polesshowing polesBhowlnr s t
showing that It is not a climatic Ills tilsiase Illsasl dl s
ease asl But remarkable progress is now nowon nowon no noon v 7
on foot In civilized ch l1Iz 1 countries In lesson lessoning lessonIng lessa lessatug n ¬
ing the death rate mtl from this malady malndynnd maladyln tnalnd y
pad ln tbg th Tuberculosis T Congress ConSle9s In Her Herllii Be Betin r
llii tin has brought out much whIch will willresult w1llresult w wresult lit 1
result In benefit to the race raceFcrsonltls racePersonltis
Fcrsonltls Is a disease witch causes causesgreat causcrent cans ca j
great rent irritation to tho sufferer andy andynever and yet yetnever of ofng t
nlncr never cxcltes excites any sympathy among amongthose awo awothose ng 8
those who look on An Inflamed self gelftconsciousness se secoaselousuess 6
consciousness makes one auapiclo auapicloand suspicious suspiciousand us s
and resentful Hen Ien and womensane women of ofenno if
sane and normal emotion do their theirwork th a it itwork
work and pass pass on from ono place to toanother tolmother 0
another never stopping to ask asl whether whetherothers wheth whethotbera Bt it
others are taking note of what they do door o
or not observes tho Christian Reg Regter Regis Register RcSlster ls j ¬
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ter Fortunately the people aflllctcd aflllctcdwith alllctedwith afillct afillctwith Cd id
with this distressing disease are com comparatively comparatlnly cot cotparatlvdy > ¬
paratively few In number cite human humansociety bum an u
society would be Impossible ImpossibleA
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A mfr Dn apparatus has been Invent Inventfor Invented Inventedfor Inentedfor ed j
for killing 1JllIn tiles by electricity It looks loo loosomewhat Ls s
somewhat like a gridiron placed ver v vtlcally er >
tlcally with a horizontal shelf hang lm lmIng u 7
Ing beneath The gridiron srlahonls is s compos composof composed composedof od j
of wires which arc connected conncctldwlth with withelectric nn nnelectric allelectric
electric battery and an the wires are so soclose soclose o
close together that a fly alighting call cauhardly callhaldly c chardly au in
hardly fall to stand upon at least two twoof twoIt t tof uo 0
of It them at once the he wires being beingternntely al alternntely j
ternntely negative nnd positive the thesect In t tsect tect
sect ect by themere the mere act of alighting alightingup alightingupthe upon upontho an n
the machine completes a circuit a a1s and andIs aUtIIs ltd d
Is Instantly killed At Intervals tho thohorizontal 1 1horizontal ha 0
horizontal shelt may be removed and andthe auOthe a athe tad u
the dead files brushed brusl ed offaft off
aft Ir IrJ r1J
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STILE STILEIn
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WoTujDieIDj WoTujDieIDj1n
In Sicily Slell machines are used for as astrnctfug re retracting ¬
1 tracting trncUn essence from from lemon IUI < 11 ywls ywlsKaeh els elsMach
Mach machine hns n capacity < nllllt of 10000 10000halfpeels 10000I 10000half
half halfpeels pecls n day dn Tho women mill nnilboys millbars andboys
boys who do the work get sixteen sixteencents sltctnents slxtccuscuts
c cents ents for ton hours hoursThere hOUI8There hootsThere
There is a species of large black antwhich ant antwhich nntwhich
which steals rubber from Para tr lives hpllniter es est
niter they arc tapped tnl > 1Ie Boos also find finduse 111111usc
w use for or India rubber and some species speciesin
in South America 111011ca actually cut the bark bnllof
ol of trees that produce resinous sub Sl1bstances
st stances In order to cause n flow of the thesap th thsap
g sap The gum Is employed empIo 1 by J the thebees thebees thebees
jj bees as a 1 readymade lead lUa e wax for thdr thdrnest thdrnC9 theirIICBa
nest nestThat nC9
That glnss cnn bo diseased lsenscI1ls is ono on of ofthe ottho ofthe
the latest ntcst mill most startling of dis discoveries IllsI ¬
c coveries It has been b bmud m el1 found In Eng England EngInnll ¬
land la ud that sonic of the glass In the win windows Willaows windawn ¬
dawn of York YOlI Cathedral Cathedral which Is moro morothan morothan morethan
than COO OO years cals old Is perforated and andyields nudrlchls andyields
yields to the slightest toncli In the thehope
hope of arresting n1lesUn this disease whichIs which whichIs whichIs
Is ascribed to n fungus portions of the theglass thoslass thegloss
glass have been removed removedA leIUOec1A removed removedA
A coroners Jury in Ireland gave gaveI gnyethla
this verdict on the sudden death llItl1 of ofmercllnt atn
n merchant who had failed fnllcdln In bust busli b1slIless bustsees
sees We the Jury find fine from the now nowdoctors tlewloetols newQoctot
doctors Qoctot a statement that the deceasedcaws deceased deceasedcame 11eClns1camo
came to his death from heart failure failuresuperinduced tntlulosuperInduced failuresuperinduced
superinduced by b business failure fnllurej fntlurcvhlch failurehich
v which w hich was caused by speculation full faitore fullura 1nllurftt
ore urftt which was 111 the result of failure failureto tallu fallucto r rto
to ECO far enough ahead aheadA abea abeaA aheadA
A single blast furnace In a Western WesternState Westernate estern esternStnte
State St Stha ate which captures the smoke of It Itcharcoal HIhareonl Itcharcoal
charcoal pits and conveys It Into stills stillshas IItI11Sbns stillss
has ha s been able to realize enough from fromthis flomthis fromthis
this source to pay n large share of its itsrunning Itslunnlng Itsnning
running ru nning expenses It has bean h n demon demonstrated Ilemonsha demonsttnted
strated sha tNl that tha t each cord of wood con contains rantnlns coutalus ¬
talus 28000 cubic cUbl feet c smoke and andthat nndthat andthat
that 2800000 cubic feet of smoke pro produces pIliduces prodaces < ¬
duces 12000 2000 pounds of acetate of lime limeWO
200 00 gallons of alcohol and twentyfive twentyfivepounds lweutj11repOl1nas tn eutyfive eutyfiveunds
pounds po unds of tar tarIn tatIn intIn
In the eighteenth century the lives ofghwaymen of olhighwaymen ofIIlghwn
highwaymen IIlghwn hi Ulen who had fallen within withinthe wltblnthe withine
the th e clutches of the law Ill or were likelyto likely likelyto 1I1elyto
to do so soy were frequently Insured at atLloyds atLloyds atLloyds
Lloyds One insurance is still re recorded lecorl1l recorded ¬
corded corl1l of the possibilities of the exe axecation execution execution ¬
cution of two Jacobite Scotch peersotter peers peersafter peersafter
after the 1745 rising at a n premium ofe of ofono otono
ono on e and onehalf oue halt per cent the life of atJohn o oJohn ofJohn
John Wilkes was insured at a premium premiumof
of live per cent that tba t of AldermanBond Alderman AldermanBond ldOlmanBonl1
Bond nt seven seelllC1 per cent The return of ofVllkcs ofW1J1s
Vllkcs to Parliament was Insured at atpremiums otpremiums
premiums varying from five to fifty flftjguineas flit flitgulnens fiftyguineas
guineas and ou his election to Middle Middlesex ulddlesex Yldl1lesex ¬
sex at n premium of from twenty twe tt to toBcvoijty toficvOqty
Bcvoijty guineas The risk of war war with withFranco wUhFranc withrance
Franco F rance was Insured against nt a apremium aprcmlum
premium of ten guineas the dissolu dissolution ¬
tion tlpn of Parliament at a premium of offifteen otfiftcen I
fifteen fifteen guineas Travelers might in insure ¬ I Isure
sure auto their return from foreign coun countries countrIes coontries ¬
tries at various rates ratesClenn ratesCleRn ratesC1ean
Clenn Nownpapon Proiperlng ProiperlngThere ProllorIDThero
There are encouraging Indications
of n revival of clean journalism It Is Isnot isnot
not coming through the establishment establishmentof
of endowed newspapers Few 1 eV prac llmctical pracfleal
ticnl newspaper men believe In that thatngency
agency agency for the reform of deplorable ep101l11J1cIewspaper
newspaper > tewspaper tendencies The very e1Y fact tactthat
that a newspaper was endowed en owed would wouldEO
EO so far detntch etateb it from coin ordinary good cODilltlons goodflans
tlons of publication as to make it use useless
less as an example Moreover tile tileexistence liraxistence
existence e of such a n newspaper would wouldImply
imply n confession that a really cleanand clean cleanand cleanand
and moral Journal was unprofitable unJrofltableolse unprofitablese
else el se why the endowment endowmentIt
It is not philanthropy that Is wanted wantetlso wantedso
so much as business sagacity and a agooll agood
good newspaper sense Joined with n aui nhIgh nhigh
hIgh ui ii purpose iJiuiJUBi j A jiutt newspaper aifujjer in Is nut not u a amornl
moral tract and cannot be displaced dIsplacedby
by tracts A Amall 1 man who should spend Ipendmllllons
millions m illions in endowing newspapers that thatwero
wero too good to stand alone would w01l111not
not be nearly so great a benefactor as ashe 1 1tbe
the t he man ID an who demonstrated that o
clean newspaper can bo be made to pay payThis payThis I
This demonstration is now being beingmade beingmade
made in several American cities Some Someof Somoof
of o f the most successful newspapers re repudlate repudlate
pudlate I altogether the methods of thenew the thenew
new Journalism They do not dls disfigure dlsfigure dlsApure ¬
figure I II their pages with cheap pictures picturesnor picturesnor picturesnor
nor I with huge blotches of red Ink nor 110rwith
with headings In type four inches high hlgl1bey highhey
They I T hey do not pad three lines of actual actualnews nctunlnews
news I II transmitted by cable with half ncolumn n ncolumn
column I of lurid details manufactured manufacturedIn
In J the office preceded prece e by u lying date dataline
line I They have no dragnet out tor torBcanltnls
scandals I they show some respects fot fotrights fotllghts totrights
rights I of privacy Yet their news newsservice newsscrvlco
service Is of the best They arc well wenwritten
written w ritten and well edited they appeal
to 1 healthy minds their circulation Is Islarge
large I and Increasing JncreaslnsYouths Youtbe Youths Com Companlon Compardon
panlon p ardon
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Tlio Lianp IlanjSIilcrt 9Wea Kalicr KalicrEmperor KotlerEmperor IIalserEmperor
Emperor William of Germany can cantalk
talk t fluently In six languages no hoe hatTltten basritten
written w ritten a play and conducted Its re 1Chealsat iciceareuh
licnrsul No No man lives a busier life lifethan
than he but on the discovery of the theIlgntgcn theHQntsen
Ilgntgcn rays he telegraphed for Pro Profcssor
t fcssor 1 Ilontgen and talked with him himtor
f for t hours He has written n public lUbllo lUblloprayer
r prayer I and conducted a choir lie can cancoole
cool his own dinner COil play chess cb ss sspaint
paint pictures or draw m caricatures carteature1I0 caricatureslie
He has learned engineering and studied studIedolectrlclty studiedelectricity
t electricity olectrlcltyThough
Though he can use only one arm ho hocan
can shoot game for four hours at the tborato
rato of fffo t a 11 minute He has over a ahundrell ahundred D
hundred titles and Is nn admiral In Inthrce
three of the biggest navies In twenty ttt enty
five t years he has shot 25000 head of atgame D
game He sometimes changes his hisdress
dress t n dozen times a day has a dozen dozenIvdots
Ivdots valets and his wardrobe is said to b be bewortb beworth
Wth worth J025000 a2C OOO 1 °
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Aroyot Are yoa TOI an Accomplished Penijui Pent wnt
Can you write rUen a agood good JJuslnr Bueintis 1usln is Letter Ietterf
Can you make out un Invol Inolo lnvolot iot f
Can you ou malt Inl1ko o out n Statement f
Cwxyoa Can you make out nn anAoeount Account Snloi
Can you draw IIW Urnffs DraftstCan f fCnn rCon
Cnn you draw u Qhock QhockCan qJlcekCl qJlcek jheektCan
Can Cl n you drowup drnw 1romlssorv Notes f
Can you ou mako oat Bills ol o Lading i
Aro you iii aniiBiport zpork xlOrt Bookkeeper K
Do rouunilerstand youunderstand DouBleEntry Dou DouUle laEntry Entry thorouRniy I
Can ybu yy you keep a a Cash Account f I
Canfyouraako Cnnjou make Partnership Settlements f
Do D you know how to transact biuiness with t
Jp Banks BanksDo BankstPo
cWo tPo Do you understand Commission and t tcWo t ttri
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Do you understand Foreign and Domestic D9meallo Exchange ErebangesDo 7fJj f
Do you know Commercial ommerollll Arlthjjnetlt Aritlinctlro rlthlnethf f S i iAre ii t
Are you 011 an expert Aooountantf t tDo I < 7 I I IDo
Do you know the abort methods methc s of Calculating Interest Inteie tt
Do you understand Percentage PercentageDo Perce ltnSQ f tDo
Do you understand Trade Dlioounts DlioountsDo f tDu tI tI
Do you understand Commercial Law LavrCan Lawr LawCan tI tICan
Can you draw up Business Papers PapersCan PoperUCan PaperCan
Can you average Accounts AccountsCan AccountsCan f fCnD
Can you OU write rlto Shorthand ShorthandCan ShorthandCan r rClln
Can you oporntetn operate n Typewriter Typewriterllavo TYPcllvrltorrHno
love you sufliclont knowledge of CountlngKoom CountlngKoompractice CountlngHoompraotlco Countin lfoom lfoompractice
practice to accept a II position if offered you Y
Do you ou understand un erstalld Shorthand and Typewriting f
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1Yo > o claim to he I the ho Lowest 1rlood Whiskey llnmt We Ve really tall wills
key kl as low as Q 110 per IH I gallon and mind
you JlUj clistillcd IHstlJl wlilskeyoat wliiskoy whl keYIIt not n do
eoction of clicmlculs chemicalsbut but of coarse It ± iviv and under un c proof
CASPEItS STANDARD SlA lAHD 10 Year Yta njl whiskey IH II s a liquid Joy joyl I It is
actually produced by bJ liunsat hone tf t Tor nr Hools III the Mountain Section oi North Pori
Carolina by bY the old lId time
process Every drop is bollud over furmtoo
wood fire I1r18111 fires In old 01 < 1 style tylo copper tolP stills in exactly lliO Iw amo samo way IIY open it was TO made ma o
by our granilfntbors a century centln nor ago First rato wliishoy is sold old at 5 toG to 6
per gallon but is not nay hotter than Caspers Cn pers Stuudard It is tho bust
produced and must plctwo plcl o every customer or we vo will buv buy It bank with gold told
wo nr are > incorporated under tho law of N C with nn authorized authorized
capital of 10 lOOOOOOnnd > OpOOOnml the People Peoples Xntionul ntiounl Hank unJ and Piedmont Say 81
ings Bank of WiustonSnlein N 0 will toll you un our guarnntoo is good
Tills aid honest mild and mellow wJiixkuy is s worth Olth onu dollar
per quart
but to tomorn moro fully Introduce Intrdl1coCaRpor Casporg Stnndnrd wo 0 olFor sanilo sample shipments
of this brand at half prlcn packed in plain sealed boxes 5 Quarts 295 29
10 Quarts ifoOO 50O OO Express Prepaid Anywhero Anytf horo in U S All orders and remit
lances in stamps cash or by check chccketc etc us wall I ll fis S requests for confidential
prico HijU 1I1 must be addressed as follows followsC foil nva nvaS
5 > C CASPER CO WinstonSalem NC N C U 5 5 AMain A APER AMain
Main Ollic6 OincHnd and Warehouses I Nos 104546 Liberty 1 3 411ud 4 and 5 Maple Stat Sts Stso
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WHISKEY Ip 9 PER o GALLON
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Her Reputation for forBravery forBravery forBravery
Bravery Gone Forever
Tho woman who Is not ahaid came camehomo camehomo camehome
homo n before the other members of oftho ofthe ofthe
t the family opened the big house and andinstalled nndInstol1el1 andstalled
j installed in stalled herself In it without even n nservant a asorvant aserant
servant Why should there be any nnymoro onymoro anyore
j moro m ore danger of burglars with one wo woman woo woomnn woman ¬
man alone than with two or three tbrcoand tbrcoanda and anda anda
t a a man Some people are so timid timidBut timidBut timidBut
But the other night the woman had hadan hrtdan hadan
P an experience Sho had gone out to tomake tomalto tounite
make n call upon a friend and it was
i 10 oclock before she reached home homeThere homelhere homeThere
There was wa nothing to be afraid of of ofcourse ofcourle ofCatire0
t course but certainly it IB lonely to tocome tocome tocomp
c come back Into a dark and empty emptyhome emptyhoule emptyhouse
home In going to her own room sho shopassed shopalel shepaced
r passed the t e guest chamber and noticed noticedthat noticedthat noticedthat
t that the door was closed She could couldnot coull1not couldnot
r not help feeling surprised Sho was waspositively waspositively wasositively
j positively p certain that sho had left leftthat lectthat leftthat
t that door open Anyway oho would wouldgo wouldgo mouldgo
f go in and see Jf the th window had been beenraised beenraised beenraised
t raised nnd the draught had ha blown it itto Itto Itto
to She put her hand on the knob knobturned Imobturned nob nobturned
turned It and made a movement to toenter toenter tonter
enter e nter but the door did not opon She Shetried ShetrIed Shetried
tried again wltn over her bravo heart heartbeginning heartbeginning heartbeginning
beginning to boat for the door WilL waicertainly WilLcertainly wetcertainly
certainly locked Down tho stairs she shofled sheled shefled
fled led like a n deer out of tho front rent door doorand rIoorand doorand
and around the corner to tho nearest nearestpolice ncarestpolice nearestpolice
police station where n big policeman policemanwas
was detailed to investigate investigateReaching InvestlgatoReachlnl IsvestigataReaching
Reaching the door they rang the thel
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bell a suggestion of the policeman policemanto
to see what would happen Certainly Certainlythero Certainlythero Certainlythere
thero was some one In the house housethere housethere housethere
there was a I light in the guest chamber chamberwindow chamberwindow chamberwindow
window strango the girl had not notnoticed notnoticed notnoticed
noticed It before The bell clanged clangedthrough clongedthrough clangedthrough
through the empty building again and andagain oud2lnln andagain
again they could hear it plnlnly and nndBO andO andso
BO O could tile occupant or occupants ot otthat atthat ofthat
that room for the window was raised raisedhurriedly raisedhUrtlel1ly raisedhurriedly
hurriedly Oh dear they Uleywere were tooth toothgoing botbgoing bothgoing
going to bo shot now thought the girl girlon girlon girlon
on tho steps below But out of the thowindow thewindow I Iwlnllow
window came a little blondo head headnnd headand I
and tho soft voice of a 0 little blond blondowoman blondwoman blondewoman
woman was asking what was the trou troubio I I Iblo
bio The girls glrJ heart began to beat beatnormally beatnormally beatnormally
normally again but the blood rushed rushedhotly rush rushedhotly ell ellhotly
hotly to her face faceOh CaceOh faceOh
Oh officer sho cried Im so sosorry 80sorry sosorry
sorry Its that little Armenian mis missionary misslonarr misslonar3 ¬
sionary and I goo bar n key to tho tliohouse thohoulo thohouse
house and told her to come in at any anytime anytIme anytime
time And oh dear I might havo havoknown havoImown haveknown
known and Ivo made you come way wayaround wayaround wayaround
around hero1 hero1Thots here h016Thots hereThats
Thots all right thots all right rightbroke rlehtbrolte rightbroke
broke In thb big policeman Olvo Olvoseen Olvoseen Oivoseen
seen plinty of burglars of the kind be boLaugh betore before
tore
Laugh and the world laughs with withyou withyou withyou
you growl nud a d the world laughs at atyou atyou atyou
you
Courtiers Cour iers Hasten to toMeet toMeet toMeet
Meet Shah of Persia
In a description ot the hurried
Jour Journey journei journey ¬
r ney of tho whole of a tho shahs court courtalong courtalong courtalong
along tho ToheranRoreht Toheran Raraht road to wol welcome wolcomo wolComo ¬
como his majesty nt tho frontier on
t the he return of the potentate from his
j European tour tOllro a correspondent at
Tohoran j cables cablesIt cablosCt cablesIt
It was tho strangest of pictures picturestho plcturostho picturese
tho th e finest spectacle tho eyo of the theartist theartist theartist
a artist enamored of quaint contrasts contrastsor
0 or of tho student searching for the thounchanging tl10unchangIng theunchanging
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p For hours at a I time streamed past pasta
a ceaseless eeaJIele s procession of camels camolsmules camelsmulos camelsmules
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paraphernalia n After tho advance advanceguard advancoguard advanceguard
s guard of Russiandrilled cavalry came camea
a regiment of u infantry slouching slouchingalong sloucblngalong slouchingalong
n along tho road In n every variety of ofpatched atpatchell ofpatched
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jj skybluc Some of them wore two twojhoes twosboes twoshoes
shoes j of different pattern and most mostof mostof mostof
of them nono Tho majority wero old oldmen oldmcn oldmen
m men and mere boys Rifles of all pat patterns pnttorns pattarns ¬
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road one got a glimpse of costly car carj corpets carpets
j pets ui of tents iviin with WJUl walls WUIJS Ol of JJ1UU JJ1UUcolors many
colors robes of honor silken embroldorbs embrold embrolderlos embroldodos
orbs and quilted bedding Hero and
there a silver ewer or piece of gaudy
French furniture turnltl1r tied on loosely with witha
a bit of ofstring string kept clanking at tho thosldo thesido
side of the mule muleOracera muleOfficers muleOtlleera
Officers of tho household with
silver staves flunkeys unlteys in scarlet coats
high officials in fullwalnted fult waioted black
coats mullahs with green and white
turbans Persian Indies shrouded in
ample black dominos and with thick
white veils Jostled In Inbew1Jdorlng bewildering
confusion along the roads or sat in
groups in the rest houses Farther on
were tho two hugo hug camps of the Im ¬
pedal I > crlal harem suddenly commanded by
telegram from Europe to meet the
shah at the frontier Tho total cost of
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