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lxcph ph F stillmun 1111I iimrritsl lICrro 1 MI Ii ts M Ion IonI 1n 1nIann m
I Iann < 1110 M C Irin Ir III ti 1 tlr sr iHiniil ond daughter < I hr of Mr Mrnnd Jlrand Ir IrInt
and M I lulUs iiih Ikii h > Pratt t Tin rhtIhfir Ill Hcv Hcvi 11 11llIIrl
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There 1110 wiis 1 tall 11 karat lira I service 1 rt14e Th Thrlioir Thrhr rhe rherhor
rlioir nf f try tMrv pr live I hays 10 came down th thni IhJ thero
ni l to TM ero the th h lirtdal party 1 lrl which w Iiiu wa wasIenlbI wahiilit 11 111
hiilit IenlbI 1 liy tin Ih lllulf Th 1hy y Wire w Ilex Alevuvler Ilexu1 I I11I10
uvler u1 I Iillu ILiih ILI h0 Pratt a brother of time tfitbride thhriol timehrid
bride IVry Ir t 1ytn lri d 1 ArchiluM lr hilrald Held HeldKrlinunU HrhlhnlIIoj ReidF
KrlinunU F I Holers UIIc rv Knxlericl Fnderirllrkrrt Ackert anc ancIourtlundt and andlIrtla andI
I Iourtlundt lIrtla II l > Ninill lluell I Hollistcr Hollistcrwho ltatcr ltatcrwhn
who ho weal u also II to have 1111 hoen nn usher wua wuatnahlr ai aiinutile alii alii1IIIIIhl
inutile to nticndo nttndalTIng ing in to a 1 broken hro1 < 11 ankle ankltliono ankleiwonn
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The Th bridesmaid who hn followed were wen1the WflIh werethe
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the Ih Miwei Ii Until and Mildred Stillmanlstrr Stillman Stillmanbister
bister It of the Ih bridegroom hri < and tho II Mi MiKliziilith Ii IiI ec ecElizalhrlh
I Kliziilith Kendall unit Edith Lnndon LnndonThe IllnlollTh
e The Th lutter is a cousin of the th bride Imme Immediately Irnn Irnnudintly ¬ 1 1llinlly
diately preceding the th hrtdi came her hfiroutiner heryounger I Irntllllrr
routiner sister iliar Mia Ii Routrio Iratt the theniiiil thlnmilt th thmaid
niiiil of lumnr Mr Ir Stillman and hil hilbest his hisbest hl hlh1
best num Alfred S Stillman were w waiting waitingat waitlllal
at the Ih chancel chancelIll hllI1TI I Irhr
rhr Ill bride walked iii up > the nave lIa with hr heifather hrrathr hrfalher
father who h gay at her In marriage Hei Heitrailing FlertnulinG I IInulin
trailing rotio of white hil Kititi Iill was wa com complctely otnplrtety
plctely veiled tr 111 with old 101 point applique appliqueMuch II nppltgnPMuch 11 fa 1 Ul Ull1Ih
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nr thw I th h traintrne train trainArioHM I millIn
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tom was WI a 1 tloun of II uraiiRo rang liloixom 11l1nlF liloixomCliiM
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line > n Itr if ih lx laltti lico wii IL + lni IIlIih1 + > utl by h a rop rnpeglrltl ropKirdlt roprd
Kirdlt rd > of II piNtrls rI that hang down the Ih front frontH rrnllIr
H lIr pr r veil I witf wim WI of t point wt11 111I Ijicc lal nppliqu not notborderc npth notbnrdred
borderc h > rotr1 l with 11 h puint lare 11 It was Wi arrang ar arrnip JorII
rang d HO w nt II to I drupe Irlll hehind her hair in infrill intrill infrill
frill fashion he ll hon Tht was II open at 11 th the hock hockshowitu lu hackhnwtug ck ckhnin
showitu a knot of hair It was held h1 < 1 in inplace inpin inplnrp
place pin liy It Kinds + of or nrangl nKe liloKKotn liloKKotnShe 10 rn rnII i I
She Sh II earn rarriejl t iniull a shower l hOIllliel > oiuiiet of ofwhite orhil ofwldfe i
white hil btiiivardiii and 11111111 the lb mint pi int lace la lac hamt hamtkenhief hIIIkrhi handkerch
kerch kenhief her r mother r iarriiti when o l > o lliw lliwLandon Mi MiI Ii
I iniiott > 1011 she h married Mr Ir Pall PmiiThe PallTh Prallrut
The Th ehurrh c tereiuony rIII r tuony wn foMowed liy liya hva
a reccpiinn at the th Pratt I a riMidence rrillnt I ISe Il1P
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decorat d withropi wit with h rop rope f smilax anl an n1 n1IIIriLn vaws vawsnf vai 4 41t
nf American Atneti nn hitiny i uuty aII roe r n + w ami ihr rhrvan rhrvanttlntnnni r rt > > an anthetniltn
thetniltn t 111I The Th hride hrit ping in away gown gownwa gownwan
wa wan of 1 Hue lmc 11 topped l h lic > y a I hie h lu hat Aftrtt Aftrttan Iftatan fttl fttlan
an aUiiKe of evenil rlll + we ls 1 Mr Ir sad MrRtillman Mr 11XEttlhnan Ir Irf
Rtillman f will return Ilirn t N w York Il t > live liveWilliam I Iilliam liveNilliurn
William Simpton Sloan 1 a w Miti 0 1 ur i > f Ir IrIlliam tra traSCllliuf r rVilliatn
Villiatn S Sloan and a 1 K grandson aml > > d uii of r the tlulato 1111Ill thelat <
lato Ill lat Samuil Slo Io and Mis h 114 Janet Imven Imvende ra
de 1 Kay 111 the Ih only oil I daughter of r Mr Ir Sidney Hidtieyde
de 0 Kay and the Ih late lal Major do < 1 Kay were wprrmarrinl werettiarriwl r rfIIarrid
ttiarriwl l h by > y reiiRioij oeemony Cee mOlir Tuesday Tuesdayafternixin T Taeinynttrrnn0n dJ dJ1Ilno
afternixin 1Ilno ft a I oVUxk o > Ok in 5rap Cliurrh CliurrhIlifhop ChurrltRiehnp JmrhlIih
Ilifhop lIih Ireer lr and the < h Rev II herb SA SAtery Starv il ilIry
tery rv rictor r I > r of < > f the t Ih h < tiur hllrdl huri < h pefornnil pr hrnuvi ih ihrereniony Iho IhorPrrmmny
rereniony rmoll The Tit ihnrih uir II was W al xitnplr xitnplrde etuq 1Ipl Iv IvII
de II 1 v rnh1 > rat l with va vae a p of white hll ro 1 111I1Iumn raw i andautumn and andHimimn
autumn leive on the Ih altar and fhpyi4iii fhpyi4iiith hya n ntlemumN
th I tlemumN hm muniH on n the Ih pewn pewnMi p pIi pwalire
Mi lire Ii s ie d de Kay walknl up I the h all at le with withher wilhh1 withhr
her lirother L Kokford Craven de d Kay who whnrive whoave I Ia I
rive ave a her in marriage She h wore r a white whitef whenXattn 11110 11110II
f Xattn tm II gown with th a lonu I lunlrain train and veiled veiledwith v0tlnlwith
with Ih irocatle Ir > > cadt < l ohiffon and old I < t family ranJ lace lacewith luc IucIth lucwith
with < Ith a panel of r pearN down the I front frontHer frontfir ron ronHr
Her fir Mille 11 veil fIl II was w l loonrt > oriere < l with h Inre InreRARE Jllr JllrRARE IntRARE
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RARE WOODS AT HIGH PRICES PRICESitm
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That noml H and Old lnstl < li Ilrk O k > eser eserOut < > rr rrDul r rnut
nut at r l Pa a lilon Culm llunilura + aOlI aOlII ml mlMrxlin ndtletlrn
Mrxlin I IlirnNIi Most or r the II turner turnerrrak IonnrrTrak rmr rmrrlIk
Trak In I Urincnil Hrlslit 111 Contrasts tonlrallEIlhl ContrastsEight ntra l lKight
Eight thounand dollarn doJlII ctns mil n I hiS hiSpr bigpnc IK IKpriri
priri pr t > i lay lr y for orL a log owxxl of o WKX even though thoughit
it i IH a miiliojjanv log lo I feet bw t nquari lUllr and 21 21fe 1tw I If
fe f > hint That Th Ifr ilojMtnt Nn make it unrh III h a awdnp 111 111hnppr alwhnplwr
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hnppr wdnp > er aniotit IIm loc lo anyway anywayMany IIn nnvwayStony it
Many IUIIV larger ones 1n n have hll om from fromAfriru rrumHrlfa fromtram
tram wh where n tlnn till iartililar Mpecimen Mpecimengrw Idmnr
grw gr r < w Itnt III African mahogany lIhO tall ax a nil nilis ride rideI
is I lis 1 l euiiiifnl > in grain rllill and an lp e v t line Jill in int
t t < tiara 1111 than tint IIII pier pi C < which Mt et I th thworlds I the theNarld h hrI >
worlds rI il 1aIrcl alrr Melding against II ILIII eurh eurhoilwr Purhnth urholhr
oilwr oilwrWhen nth r rChpn
When a 1 J nw w Yirk 1 irk firm ecur rural 11 r > < l it for forf foraNwJ
f + oi aNwJ 001 l I Ih he prie rri pr Wllxnt IvatautnrwJ < n lllered llleredtravuKuit Pt PtIraVagaid
travuKuit even er U thoiih the Ih U I > g wan thin tlunin
in lx I > mll n < i > n and had l to l It tin > liroiiRhl 10 rill II h I o nvor nvorto we weto r rto
to to > Stnpltii 4tipl tu htnten n Ma 1land rid ttornehonr ttornehonrSliplet
4 Sliplet HI erne a giver pla place llIt to I lr kook Inokfr kookor > ok okfor
for or euet n frMii fr m II the III mvHleriotiH mis iIrnue Orient OrientHut OnnIhl Irlenrhilt
Hut ih are Ir th tbn re all nshf rl hl lloilnh teak teakwoo1 teakanal <
anal 00 < 1 from Manna Jlu 11I11 and lava venniliuti venniliutiwood verrnlhonwool
wood 001 from > hi h Andaman Inlands wal walnut 111 111nul atnut ¬
nut from rlln the Ih CainMsian Ianca + tnn Mountains ma mahogany mahOIllny mahogany ¬
hogany from Kara frl11 and IInlth the th WI e t IndiPiarid IniiieH IniiieHand hIi hIiaud +
and Mexico MexicoThe MfroAlso I jo joTh
The Th Also n am ar only nnJ a fe r few of t the 110 rare woods wantswhl woodswhjh
whl whjh h are IIr lIw1 avm uiti 11I1 Iii l loard 011 rd < and Mlifed Mlifedinto
into 111 vene nr rs almost tut I thin I as silk III in II the theSla Ih Ihmill theSuiplnanl
Sla Suiplnanl > letoti mill And 111 Ills Ih Ninell of t the thetilat Iii IiiIa fhralai
alai Ia Spicy and swol nw l and arornatio arornatiowith armIieIh
with wil Ih h now and then a soar whiff 11111 from suite xotneAfroail suitetfrran m mr
Afroail r lIa II cottiiiiwixKl vtt lunI ntlwaxl > d or IIJ a rank breath 111 from fomH
H tirfAfi r rfae newly Mtrippe l of r dark rk Fur Fura
a J gnl 1t01 ood l trees Ir < > hough I hnl h sweet t ni 10 Inn Ih tf ror rornten > re reoften 1 1rln
often wearn rt nn ill melting coat coatThere cuntrl 111 111fIr
There rl r are fiiithioiw m woods ax ill e ery eeryIhltla eryintne pr prL1II1l
intne elite l e For Ht w rru vPrll rlll years nl rtniu Ir mrntsrlnrl mrntsrlnrlwaht < > siin siinwahitt tnh1
wahitt had h 1 heii Hti 11 riding rlrlll th the frest rr t of r lh lhwnve IhIn rho rhowive
wnve then the tJ French walnut look ltrnt ltrntplnti IIr llrstpia
plnti pia in exclusive ChIlli work ork The Th French Frenchwalnut FrAlhIrllil Frnnhwalnut
walnut Irllil is i H writ It ray II wonderful shade Hhideonfiderinisir shade411ialrttlg hlIo hlIoOJOiclrilut
onfiderinisir I iY ma Is it niifurnl one nfl < trrueliln trruelilnwalnut irrai ir IIllIn IIllInwalt ftiin ftiinwulnut
walt 11 10 H peculiar r velvety brown lrnwlInlhr brownrather lirownrafh
rafh rather r deriiMtionnlly lyIo lionlllly murkeil with much muchdarkemwir mlldlTh muchdarkrswrls
darkemwir Thr Th FhrsotwotlrPhnhuhlnn FhrsotwotlrPhnhuhlnnaht o twoare the IhtIIIhl IhtIIIhlhi fi tilori tilorinhle
nhle hi woods won lmat at 1 present presentHuf prsPUtHIJI
nil the Ih two Iw wliicli in n the III lone 10 run need needf 1Idflr np d dtear
f tear ir no n rlvalt nre nr fine nil mahogany and IItNInll andgood 1111f
good f oil I KiiRhxh oak 011 Santo I Dominxo DominxornnhoKany + nningornhoginy njnl njnllIhtany
rnnhoKany tlm Ih line fllII of its t nice almost Ualrnoxtextimt 114 > almostxtnu I
extimt xtnu 111111 t And 1111 oc oltl Ktmhsh Fii ui h oak uk Kr Krrarer grlw grlwrarer In I Irar
rarer rar every ry year 11 Even England haxnt lursnthug
1 hug apply of r conluries 1111 ri old oaks Ik and hartmany andmany IndnallV
many f lh I Ihnp sli li I doe I s p fiMse tp4 s wil will will willI ill illro1llfty
l > rrtliluy silly never ti fr r l ho i cut IIL for vuninrriiil IomnnerrnrlItrp < vuninrriiiliuri
with ilh annular tunsworth linen linenworth lill lillworlh
iuri Itrp > + e4 r + j line 1111 log
worth a as irHKh Inii h nnViny n fitly yr of ihn h limey W wOHI wOHIaud wrsxlaand K Klid
and lid q I int < as IHMIII Ir aiiJI1il aiiJI1ilTula a1I jful jfulTlw HiliTbII
Tlw Knielish h oak k is I alone 1 in the tIi h tiemity tiemityof i
e of UK rolrr r IH I an irid i srrlmbly rl ihly warm warmtwee wallIIw warmwnrr
twee w > Ir I irown r t I Our Inc II IOu naliv 1111 i > oaks > k Inr Inrilh n nwht of ofwhtti
whtti wht ilh h Indian InIrnnak nk IH ronidered I I < Irllh the he IiI holr t I Iare
are r vhiie rh h rather u dirty rly white wIII rreiin rreiiniik FrnnhnukLWhitrnl 111 111Ik
nukLWhitrnl iik i II white nUr II and ilndMjmihslkwhlch ilndMjmihslkwhlchunme Mpini SIlIJih h oak kwhlh which whichfrom I
0010 from rr > ln CuUi w n muddy 1II11ld brawn brawnt IIr
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I MRS RS WILLIAM I L A SIMPSON SI tP50 SLOAN Sl < NEE NEE EESS MISS J JANET CRAVEN DE E KAY Kt I
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I ot over Pt the Ih face r Instead f flower + ehP ehPcarrinl h hcarried hcarri1
carried a prayc pralII l h hIljss > M MMUs >
MUs II Helena Craven raven Palmer gif if r Vush 1111hitltgun VushinlKon ah ahinl
inlKon inl OIl wax the Ih timid of f hntr h 1Ir She h wain wa winin waill
in white whitItlr hilltl ItlMvy v nulm veiled t ilo1 wih 111 emboi emboiderixl tnlbtofdervl mhIrt1
derixl rt1 ihirton hin and h hal was U III liUo thai thaiworn
worn by h th lid sinaid who h wee lit Miss MissHelen It ItHt i II IIUO
Helen UO Ht trmt1bt Hatialo Sloan iiiarrtdtllbnd iiiarrtdtllbndgrnt a s te I of i III V bride bridegroom ¬
groom 1 and 0111 Ih ihe Mi 114 eH 4 KIMHI 111 I a I Van VanClcef ViuCle 111 111J
Cle Clcef f done J unit un MtM Ii I II Ile li Martin Iart Imdl 1IIIIIIy 1IIIIIIyr y yof
of r New Nw w fork Mini 111 Miv Kiiih Ia1 Ili i ithinifliam IIhillflmIk ithinifliamtlakv othinllarntiarke
tlakv Ik of u t liu PHLIolr liiiY 1 he hl t VL in whtexaim whte whtnslit ht ht1111I
xaim slit 1111I 11 fnxtis rr nwr + with WII white hil i hiiTon tunic tunicembroidered lunllIIhill hlnilnlbrnjlll
embroidered lIIhill rnl 1 in I m gold U 1t1 and wore r small coal coalv
4 v little 1111 bi hIIII I lines 4 liainc Ita ill tar black 101 ark velvet velvetcrowns Yflh111I1 velvntcrow
crow crowns tw old Rod 1 < 11 I LIIC uoe l brim r tn wreathedwith wreathed wreathedwith ralh1wllh
with forger 11 ti tnt not Ml mrrieil rll rid armfuls irmfuSof
of while hil rliiVunntlietnuiriH iml with ilh wide wideUuld wldxgold id idd
gold d i uli ulnrnl > red Iibbons IibbonsSamuel rihl rihlamu1 rihhnrlylr1Ulel
Samuel Sloan 111 7d 11 WAS his III brothers brothersbet rulhr
bet tnnti IIUl and he 11 uhe u h ha s wee wp i Sidney Sidneyiilder Nin Sidnvliddr
iilder di It hiv 1 a i brother of the Ih brideHarold bride bridellmv hrldlIalvlci
llmv Harold > ld n i Fode 1enilexon F nd I1 n and an 1 liiniex I m f Atioh Atiohincloss Atu Ilh Ilht h hinelns
incloss loiiiins if t the I h ttudegroom rI Oar 0 nr nrMiMilluti arIrMtllar
MiMilluti 1 llIIa Von Coald MyKait Y ILI andllareurI and amiIlarence androIw
Ilarence roIw 1 Hrown Ur There Th hare was no re reeptionnfer r rrcpt 1 1M
rcpt eptionnfer in at n thecereinonv Mr M Ktul MrSlnaitIrf Mrs MrsSloan Ir IrPaI
SlnaitIrf Sloan lei foPais Past hp heromhvhay ie > they Ih have ha < taken takenan
an npartiien and the I h e Mr lr Sloan sl will willoniiimii willI
oniiimii I nt limo tin < iiulies I ulo in arihilwture a < the theK Ih IhA IliF4
K F4 A i > e d iii < H Beaux aim Arts Artr ArtsMrs rl rllaU
Mrs r + laU Ka 1Ih < iie VamwriCh IraInwrighI wh whhitsliuiid whh1 h hhllloa1 >
hitsliuiid h1 + bund is I il 1 pnvmnl > ainasi r in tli I nit nlh1 nlh1St d dSt dSt
St itM Ili I Na a v wa a hefo h f lier I mnniuKe last lastwwU la41ww
wwU ww k > m a t FrI rr lckMoivii to ii Mil hl Mi Mien Ii > M Mary1asad Mary Marya llIr
1asad ° a xad Her JI fnthe is i Clip 11 iluipluin ofIh of ofihe t tlit
Ih ihe lit navy yard ar1 at n a NewjMirt rwporl 11 mill is i ih wa watliiiIKh w1tlrnglt
tliiiIKh h he 1 a > ituuutante Unnitani v wih Ih the Ih 411U 411U1IIr + nrn nrnmer unnIp
nIp mer colony Ion there hI that Mrs Irll XVumwriM XVumwriMlifxatne I4I1Il emiiwrigltbrmirn thl thl11
lifxatne KO w well 11 known nwI in NVw w Y Ym Turk TurkWCII < r
m WCII > ciety cietyHut 1 y >
Hut Knjchsh oik Ik inc 11i1OIllIMrtloi inrnruar < > iiMniliie Ihi not notonly nolIII notinv
only III in 11 its it it4lulnr color l loll > m al 1lo in at 1 inuruum inuruumami lIIo1rl lIIo1rlalll tilrrilugani
ami us It enire whim hlc lm lute a J 1M > ulitit ulmrllrxihwtrnr ulititlfihe uhnrIhIII
llrxihwtrnr > lfihe xoliiiess 1111 Ike I h that tIi ur of leatiier leatiierNow inlh r row
Now ow that the II supply Ipl of MIII Domingo Domingomahogany nnunltlIIalllllallY Iflnlaniontahoganv
mahogany is i + practically ne nfOphithl luchle the thelK II theIxst
lK Ixst t of u that WI a11 H romp from Iulia t 111 linn linndura linndura liondura
dura and Mofo 1 fO tint > it n nn > Kimt logs like likethe h hIh hit hitIlie
the Ih S S4W + nO Afrtrati title 1n II Iliad mahogany ml1hoitallYn tnaho nny nnya
a a rule cljl nut is ti n 1 Ml atid npindline I < llin Ircx Ir It ItKrowr ItItr ugrows
grows Itr HitiKly ng1 v here t and there I hr lumping jtirnplrifup
up out I of r the h lower ttnglp tltn ol th I tho > tropical tropicaljungle Iroplf31Jllnll troplczIjungle
jungle The Th n Inlt itircs l1 cut the tll tree Irt IrreaqIarP IrreaqIarPthe f < flar flarIh iiin iiinthtt >
the Ih IOCH roughly with lheirne + nnd hate hatnthem ha haIII hatethem
them out III of the Ih forest forestAnd fnr fnr1d nrt nrtnd
And nd they Ih intend to I kep right on doing doinRit doin doinit
it too ai nit Mr Ir VVillinms IlIiltm of o the Ih Stapleton Stapletonmill IIIII IIIIImill ra ramill
mill found out It to Ins III arrow rn a few r years yearsago eats u ua
a ago Heinic n of r a progressive Irojr Inngrse tup turn of ofmind ornllnci ofuund
mind Mr Ir Willijtns Will JlII thought thol1 hl U would lie lieH I III
H good plan to I hpj1II be m at the III ho Imgmning mning of ofhit ofhia I Ihi
hit hi Imsinesx hU4 n and get > < IIIM hi own WII Innlxr out outof 011I lotor
of I the Ih forests + S So < > the Ih linn bought alCalcitttl nt ntCalcutta nlOtlclltt
Calcutta a lot of r elephants trained to tohaul t t11II1I11ilk Ii Iihaul
haul 11II1I11ilk teak 111 thnxliiilgjr lull shsdgywptudg wiuudgy llIud creek rreekas
as n Kipling puts PI It Ihe I h elephnntn 1hlllll cost costn r1UI costusl
usl UI piece n IIpi and wr nent II to the Ih Anda Andaman Andamnnnr tA tAIIIlIn ¬
man to t n g0l < l out III vr vermilion wood wnodI wnolIh woodThe
The Ih I h Andamaneoe 1n IhlDma natives hud heen on onthe onIh onlh
the Ih job themselves IhmI < up I to that lime Klft Klftor Piflor 1 1ur
or xixty of them would uU If ci put pa a cable around arounda
a log arid in the II course of time II drag It Itout Itnil I
out of the Ih forest One On elephant did the thesame Ih IhlOam limpaufi
same work in le I Iran x time and anked no nowaaes II IIWI1 tuw1R
w1R waaes WI1 For ntxiul twentyfour hours thepaclivdorol the thertiiplivilenn tillure
rtiiplivilenn force ure was Tligllly successful successfulThen succee4tnlIli uc < fIOIIrlll fIOIIrlllThn
Then Ili e n an n ejephinf n1Pfbtuewes Iph I wax inytHerioiMli to y yThen W eirn1411 nh hl hlTlwn t tThen
Then another on one n and another I1l1ulh < r inside insideof jnillnrJ in4Idl1l
of nrJ n few days lIIv there had hnlln lieen I3ii 11 SIMYY IJOJ < > j worth worthof
of mortality in that elephant staff lafT Inside Insideof 11Ildu
of u a 1 month or two every r elephant el phallt wait waitdead WII WIIsacl wasdead
dead The Th natives were hauling an of ofyore orr orn1 ofrnr
yore yoreAnd r
rnrAnd And n1 so f it was in Cuba The Th firm bought boughtscrrnH hOllithlm bmigltsem4
scrrnH m of n cattle to get < t out 11 Ihe Ih nmhocutiy nmhocutiylogs
logs which they twgnn I tn ciittlng lli Ihmlv IhmlvTh lhernsllvusrue tn < vert vertThe
The Th native displayed n diabolical I In Inaenuity In1tlnIY
aenuity inlhea In Ihl as4nalnntit sns 4 ini tionof nofthwe o Ihesernltle IhesernltleKilling Ih en rfilth rfilthkilling II It Itk
Killing k l1l11c al 111 tdwwit > otit < > 111 sixty of them III it once Ollf by bypoiKoiunK I IpolMUtnjt liypotsoumZ
poiKoiunK the Ili h water which hlch the Iii cattle entiledrink cattledrank < > I It I Isrwk
drink Mr Ic Williams illialll It Rave up trying to LtIw toI II III
Iw I flrltr progrewsive 4iv along that uirttciilur line Ilnetend lineand lill lillnol
and nol the Ih tinilx > r i i4 now no got out by II natives nailsesworking nativesworking nalivwlOrkluc
working on small stun 11 contract contractProbably COli cotltrurtsirnbably trill trillIrh
Probably Irh hly there th in more non noiiciiie P11s talked talkidabout 1lk talkedabout
about 111 muFiogany than about any otherwoad other otherwood 1Ior 1Iord
wood d Of nuns OllM th the proplo who wh in invariably IIIlIrJLIJly u1vnruibly ¬
variably nk 1 sk k whether a piers Ili of o ftirni ftirniture rllrnlllr fnrniroru
ture M sand hd mahogany and who vlen vlentold Y xl ptl ptltold n
told that it it I spneered vnne nr r fl < 1 3Y > y Oli Ib with withthe withI withrhr
the I io air rf r Iniving 10 vin wrtwtwl wrHt wrt > llMI l from you the thesliaiiKful th thI
sliaiiKful ahum f d truth I are ar not IIU < > common as asthev asthv I
thev 11 once rnr n wer Hut there arc more moreall mo moLII mareall
all the h time who tnlk nhtu crotch ns nshutnuy m mhoynny mIIlIIY
hoynny IIlIIY lOud iid tin IIIUllrld turn I mahogany with without without ilh ilhOit ¬
out the Ih faintest ida of the th factn in either rilhurliVr eitherCftie illl < r rc rJI
Cftie CftieIt c liVrIt
It is I a I common thing to inn e a L woman womanpointitiK walnutsliming JIIIILI JIIIILIill
sliming ill out 1 the Ih crotch in n panel panelwhen panelwhorl
when us II n a a mailer trial ter of r fact it i merely merelytwo nu ruly rulyown
two I wn pieces Ii of o tho I wood matched in a aperfectly IIaJlparnt ajn
jn perfectly rr tly apparent design The Th real realcrotch rlIleruh realcrotch
crotch i Is in inn tli wood itself it Ir formed formedby rnrm fannedby
I by the III junction of n branch with lth the Ihlrunk trunk trunkAnd trunk11nd
11nd And 111 no with the th natural finish mahngany ma mahoicany mOlI
I hoicany In reality mahoganr runs a aHUrprioinK asurpriaulg I IIarnul
HUrprioinK gamut of color 01 from pnle pulpaah pnleashes JIII3Mh
3Mh ashes s of r roen r In th rho h il 114 I p red 1 of verrnilion ver vermilion vrmillIOn ¬
millIOn wood which f4pally is 10 really lllIy a mahogany mahoganylo
lo 10 l ii rce w the h thin xlicm Jil of r wood 111 ax they theycome theyflirt hyrrum
come flirt from thn huge hilI knife tin II larirenl larirenlknife Iaraeatknit
knife in the Ih world it is i one n would < i think thinkthey thinkI hinkIhy
I they were hitnmering Inngthx of m r moire rnoirexilk lIIoirilk moiresilk
silk ilk Ihry I hey can iln M I rolled almost II I III t like likesilk Ilk likealik
silk ilk too I In when h11 they urn limtciit fir first cut for timer therhave III timerhava
have 1111 been Iw pn steamed lun1 in a huge vat 4 until untillh untilthO
thO t lh tlY + y ar are soft of tt 1 0 dozen or morn xpiared xpiaredlogx apJliredIngs Ilar < I II
logx I are IIr put in thin VAt aI the Ih great iron ironcover irnllv troutonvnr
cover v fastened down rlrllllnd and the Ih pleum turnedmi turned
mi tI Some of the Ih loC xl lay y there fevernl fevernlother eptprelldays vrlll vrlllI
ItllYII I other 02h nor no no long Inn Then the th ala IIhL401I alat U Ufont
L401I t lr1 font knife whet whOM < blade weighs iRhll
i ia
lt liwl IM l pounds + lires lIr off the thin veiieern veiieerna t
a at it it were w riittni lit t1HC clieee rtn h w The Th e ar arput 1m 1mPut ullIl
put on odue ad adi in racks t i dry out and 1IIllIlIlIy 1IIllIlIlIyi dually duallyire
ire i II 0 piled like Ixjlu of 1 silk ilk on n nlnKr h in inthe ml mlth IiIho
the th waehoile waehoileIVil wal 111imr 111imrIetk
IVil WIKM wood > NI InMead of In heine ingciramnl i > l earned ii Irartnally iiactunllv
actunllv aIIlnlhIiII b Ixiilisl oil41 Teak by Jo the III way is full fullof fullIt I Ih
of h urprtet urpo > to II the th unmitiaed 1I1I1IllljJ 1 who h know knowit 1 > 11 11I
it I only onl in the I h form urm of dark brown or orUl3ckilt orI I
Ul3ckilt I + h stands land l h tit er < and furniture furnitureNatuallv hlrnitinnntlIdly I
Natuallv SatI tlh leak euk 01 is I very n light in color a avellowinh IIorllIoh avullnw
vellowinh vullnw lsll Kreetiish white In furni furnitire rllmiI furnirr
tire I is I becume known 11 to t the Occident Occidentthrougli th cidrm I
througli the Oriental II rl t11 11 pioc pl pietrt tt which hilh had hadl hwltlnr 11 11 11Iew
l Iew > en n darkened tlnr with uxe us thniuith hun hundreds bun11rnfs ¬
dreds lrNI of r rear1 I 11Petrrners V trrner Irn demanded demandeddark rh 1lnantl1Iark mandddark
dark teak ra therefore and it wa wartamni a htuitiiMl to toKiiit tosuit I Iil
Kiiit il that I ha demand demandIhe 1mlIlOlTh
Th Ihe most 1 tnnHpicuoiii IIM II > to which whichteak whicht hich hichOa
t teak Oa m I put in i in lIlt euftat cuti CIIutnlUon tnictiun n11 trun of f luutle luutlexhir bail Iships I i
xhir ships All 11 deiki dn ka k > are a made of it The Thefloors TlInoo T1tPBoors
floors noo of gun n turrets are ar of o two t layers lay of ofheavy nrhI1 i iheavy
heavy hI1 leak timber 11mb one layer I3 rrr at nRhtnnnlcn right n rightanrL hll
nnnlcn a with th the other and conrrrti roverx with witharmor witharmor ith itharmr
armor plate Ial P All the th wood which I 101 to in ininto goointo I Iinln
into the th tuo I Argentinian battle balllhp hip < now nowbuildini no nowbuilding i
building in hill hi country 011111 ry 10 to come om from fromthe to fromthe > II III
the I h Stapleton mill and some of r it i will ill be bewich hesltchwood
wich sltchwood Irh wood Id anever H never w went < nit into illl I any other otherbattlephi olhrhlIltIhi oilierhattleehius
battlephi either eitherYou eitherPlat itherrn
You rn see the Ih Argentine nifn ar are not notonly nololll notmdr
only olll a gallant lot with the Ih accent on the thefirst thetirt
first hr avllable hut also a gallant lot wiihthe wiihthejiieni wit llhlh llhlhlnr hthanent
anent on n the 1 h last syllable and they I It are aredetermined IIr IIrdlrMin1 liretintrninnl
determined that he h ladie quartern quarternhull qllurtrhll quurtnrhall
hull be 10 dazxinuly lil77III ly beautiful even 11 if a afew aw arew
few w 4 < inch 101 tin huvu lava to be h omitted > frnrnIhr from fromhe fr > ln lnh
Ihr he h artnatnenr for lack of room rl rlhll > dot dotlint l i t twhnt
whnt lint h I1 ladien lat gnnrtrt < uartett mny mn be I i Int Intlittle n i iquite ti
quite i clear hu tlieyre Rome to be II < lovely Inveiyanywav lovelyanyw8v
anywav 3na They rh re going to I have hl Alta natmwoo Altawood un unwlto1
woo wood < t and tulip wiMxl and 1I1It amaranth and anilminilry andatrndrv LIIlIII
minilry II 111 f other wail which the Ih Argentine Argentineenthusiasts Argentinernthu
enthusiasts nlhll la laet aimire aimireTulip 1I1IIirTulip aItnirtulip
Tulip woo wrwel I not iir own n tihi > trt lrot s st
t 1111 iii e I otic 011 ijr grwilt r wth from om the Ih l e Wt t In Inill 4er 4erisatmrdapinto es esin
isatmrdapinto in slic III d apinto rihhollor ribbon of puik 1 endtuttl > 1111 and ihie shiulavfulr ihielovililiesH tu tuIIrp
lovililiesH more jtiKjesrive euglo 1I61 Jiv I of f a milliners millinersor lIl1mr lIl1mrnr S Sor
or a unit 1111 armory him of r n iw w mi1 mi1And roil nWIIlfl roiliol
And Ilfl he h cnamv snp rits fll ol I atm Im woodlank wood woodIok noll
lank 01 ery good > d enough to eat as O if I trey II we wean weanilt to tosuit
suit ilt 11 water ulr taffy ind nd itiimrantl which whichis Yo
is I + old nldrnw rof r e will wdlIm11 doiil tei + iiiuke hpgrratI hpgrratIIind he greatest greatestI
I lin1 ind of n 1 lilt with the Ih xwrot swrnthnart hearts and andwrves antiiiilrgrntin
wrves of o the Ih iiilrgrntin Aricenttne racfIIl n nary nnvvMost 011 naryMasi
Most 10 1 of the Ih tlnest woods > 01 oern 10 no o nrrom romp iiniefrom rompfront
from the Ih tropic Thev Th v are ar of all tutors iolorfrom I tutorsfront I Irom
from rom whip vb to bla hlak k and 111 > 11 of o nil toxtuns toxtunsfrom tctlunfrom
I Irom
from rom lignum I tlll1m ilInl vitn Ill to African cottonwood cotlcnwoodl cottonwoodItgnwnl < l lL
l L Itgnwnl > gnum nllrn Yiti yt t ts I the Ih heaviest of them all allA 111Uhll
A 1 Ubic foot not 1 r H wt iM I wriftli Ilth MI II or orTwuuhls r rJt111d i ipntinds
pntinds an and < i a as wat water I r weighs Ih + only onlypounds on I IpOIII t tpmunl
pounds pOIII > lI to the th h tubc rut fH r flxmi > t n pi vr ce of l lvltn IIIIIUIII IIIIIUIII1I1t tnutn tnutnlta
vltn 1I1t woitd rink like HI a Inn stonweiglm > d ho6III a aweighs I IiJ
weighs iJ from 11I0 l to 70 lIloOullda KUu < l n lar III piee pieewill 1t I IIfh i n nwill
will w wrmgh ifh and will 11 mk in water ltlr Our Ourwhite Ollrwhit Ourwhit
whit pine p with only UIII pounds J > OlInd to toiu toiucubic he hecubic h huhi
cubic uhi font 001 bobs hohlIroulIIl around like Ilk n cork while whilef whilIM
f IM for lh the Aftirau iul cottonwooJr Well Wu1lay4 Wellsay 11 i
say 4 ay4 the Ih ii 1I1rnllndlIt < er > ntcndent of u the Ih mill millI
I l < e dieve Iiev < ve that Ihalll x n minuo inll ouantiy in inweight inweight
weight 11111 H would almost go up I In the theair Ih IhIIiI timeair
air For this I I rrason fncan cottnp cottnpwould col 01101 01101wou1 top topwood
wood in i used comewhat in j Illrhil in hi con const nll nllsl 1nt ¬
st t root I < ion ionThe I IThe I ITh
The Th Philippine pronunc 1 to lie hIli b n trbuir trbuirhotUM 11 11ho t rcis or orhnuae
hotUM ho of rare ra woods word though little nr i vet vetknown VIknOl1TI vetknown
known of n the I hI hundre hllnrl rl ln of o virietiei ri1 if < thatgrow that thatgrow 111111Rro
grow Rro there Ibp We are a getting IOnl earn ma mahogany tlmhOlClIlIY rnmlhogan ¬
hogan from 1 then Ih and there is i a pile pil of 1rkokn ofkoko lItkoko
koko logs In Ingo at Stapleton a brownish wood woodfrom wealfrom
from the I h islands for which thr in e name namerlentanrl nin nindemand m mImaml
demand Hut flIIIM nn yet 1 our Philippine PhlliprlnIJlIIIr PhlliprlnIJlIIIrrltlOllmft timber timberresourced
resourced arc an practically prO1 icall uritoUchefl uritoUcheflThn nut nltchnl nltchnlTime
Time log which nr II lire imported Irnloort < f in heir theirnatural heirnatural hirnalllral
natural shape hllp round rollno with the th ixirti still itillon stillnn lill lillon
on how an arnaitig tetiaoity or lab labhuge life lifeHuge Ii I
Huge 11111 trunks of t Knirlish EI > IIIi h pollard oak k which whichhave whichhave hidlha
have ha e l > pen lying I Ifar Yt Ita In the Ih Stapleton 5 7r1 ynrds ynrdsfor llnl
for montrw and in some om caes ea a + neverxl scvratpWars neverxlyearn rlll rlllTNUM
yearn will put III nut m t sprouts in the Ih IhhOJrlll most mosthopeful malth0wtid
hopeful manner Home n of these I h pprouis pprouishave eprunllharp PI 0 0hllI
have hen planted unit have A toiirisheThem toiirishe lullrihlThr tonrtshnLThere <
Them eemM mll to U I only one tin m WAY of r really
killing killlll these Ih logx 1011 That in A to an them theminto Ih hrnInlo m minto
into hoard > > You cant Denxon on all the thelife II IIlir thelife
life lir out of them even though Iholl h you 011 leave leaveI Lavethem 111 111I
I them hem lying out in the Ih weather 111 hr for or yearn yearnThev yearsThuv lIr lIrThpv
Thev will 11I11111I1 mill be I alive nit inmde Iu4idPAltmuugli inmdeAlthough
Although Krenrh and anIIinIIiln Cireamiinn walnut walnutare
are II the Ih leader of fashion jut now no our ourown ourawn lIr lIrown
own hla black k walnut ix i I slow 1410 in winning to topublic topublic 0 0J
public J > lIhhr favor Anti yet 1 it i u wo wooul < xl with wuhexcellent wllhulInt withpxcllrflt
excellent pihllliNl > OHAil > iltip good od in text I textun textunand I lire lirennd unAile
and Aile if only nl deiently trrated by the Ih cabi cablI cabinet hi hiI ¬
I net nf maker tint to I he snr xcon rCrnI te1 eila U a4 it I has hasbeen ttml4isv4m
been no 0 long The Th trouble wii wjih ilh Ii black blnckvalniit blacks
valniit s I lnut wax 11 < that It had its il day Iayor when moist MIOIof moistor
or the Ih designs were w inotiunirtilally utrlv utrlvIt 1111 1111It
It will b reiliicovere rnliat nvurrd < l in a happier pericx pericxand urind urindand
and will come 1m into its il own ownOf nwnOf awnof
Of i ours 011 thn Ih misundervtandiiit of ofvene ofvnn r rnr
vene nr ur rx Is ox ahoy Rho rmmrknl on I the thewnne I In IhpWaite
Waite n Y Vui AI t even v now 0 it comes 11I im eorne eornething 1011IIhln eantethin
thing thin of o a shock to If find fllllilhal that lln Iwntitifnl Iwntitifnltuinelled hlenntifnlanpled
tuinelled > walls 10111 in our costly fflly piibli build buildIngx llIlIdnR
Ingx Ings nR and and private houses hOIl ar are generally not notsolid flatsolid fit fitIid
solid Iid wood an inch or HO thick but butveneered hUIllh butverleerwl
veneered with llh thin sheets hI itltout three threesixteenth Ihr Ihr1Inlh threesttteenths
sixteenth of nn I inch in thickim How However 110 howI I It
t ever this is I not anything to I l Is deplored deploredafter dplnrrlmiller
after all Veneered panels I if proiierly proiierlymad prof rorl rly rlymauls
mad will outwear n w olicl > lid 1 ono nn with wil IiI IiI10 o its itstendency itsi itsitP111pnr I
tendency tP111pnr It to twist and locra 10 rllde < k Of l courxn courxnthem llInoA111 t 11 Ire IreI
them are are 111 til I III thinner veneers Irll II isnt isntHO
I
HO I much the Ih ihickneHs Itllokll as of o III wail Of I tbui tbuimatterx 111111mull tlimitntutturs
matterx mull ax 0 the Ih way it ix i put on And Andby Andby I I
by the Ih way wit foreign t IIiltll made furniture rarely
l lomps > eootncH accimate limn1 < l t 11 < i our xteam dented dentedhouse Lennvlhuww 1111 1111111I11
house 111I11 + without showing deplorable 1lortLhl signs signsof signsor I i ior
or the Ih process Jln proeu ss The ThI1 I > ext Atnnricnn nutiln nutilnfumliuriixihebext 11I111rllmll aiarlrbran +
fumliuriixihebext bran ur urn i1 is t h ht furnit rumllllr urn for A America AmericaKlrrlrlc rnr mprirnew lu luf
f ew Klrrlrlc 1 Nrlr Tulile T Idr llgtlt iIahtl llgtltIriw
I l Iriw rnm I pnlnr ir Mtrhanlr MtrhanlrThe llrrhmtrrhn hn hnI
I The Th tungsten lun stPn Mlnment hits LII made p pslhle pslhlenew > < it Io Ionw le lenew
new mid 1 artlstt etortrlc t rto tall 101 llctitlnir llctitlniriITects liahttnavRrrtr
i iITects 1 without IIe lie ar necessity + stV of < or rilllnlrK rilllnlrKwires rIlI1AIIIIIIII
i wires up under the th i Pent h > or ilrnpplnr them themfrnm Ihmrm themfrnm
frnm rm the tI feiUmr illru u t It > i provide the 110 current currentInstead rorrrntIn4tead
Instead the to new n table pints 11 are r lf m mmined
mined IIln being provtd d with n single ltuzl tor tore torate
I ate e iell e1 11 rp capable pahl he of xiipplrlnc pflyln < < current n1 for forthree forthree
three 110 tungsten lumps for fourteen OM hors horfr Iou
or o ov
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MRS STILtMAVS STILI tAS BRIDESMAIDS FROMLEHT FROM LEFT TO RIGHT MISSES RUTH AND MILDRED STILLMAN > ELIZABETH KENDALL AND ANDLAiNDON EQt ED1THLANDON + 11
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f ILIS 11 rilH1l 1IU IW lI 1Ri iHKT IU 11 IIKWHTS 11C1UITsIranlnlu 11 11tamnll
BmnntlsOnes tamnll 011 Ipte nrfiiniiiieiiilnl IIIIIIIId In the Ih olle Vnllreof oll ollenr r rnf
nf Vrrtinniit VrrtinniitKHX lennlaulFells <
Fells 1 from m iii great ral height not neces necessarily n nlInly nelrwurily ¬
sarily urily fatal nla in their results rp + uli 111 are re benming benmingso 11I11I1 11I11I1n
so w n frepient m in lh thts < > > Any of I aeropliining aeropliiningthat rollllnin
that it may mu prove IIr of interest to describe describeMime
Mime 1110 famous fmnnui 111I11 achievement in lhi < line linein IIn IInntill lionllriting
llriting ntill in lil 1 11 of r n fall from rnm 1111 1111onI1 n itn itnalttliide Intrnenw
onI1 rnenw alttliide alt Itudr whirls whi ilid Iii I not rexillt rP + 111 in inileuth inaIlh inP
ileuth a a French Fr nrlt gibI obxerver tnr P M f Mnrim Mnrimdeclare 111r1n1dnlImirrs llIl1linathlLI
declare that he h hail ruMirched w In vtiin pil in inth IIIIh InIh
Ih annals + of o wience in for or a similar case rases caseVYc 11 11II
VYc m can II well 1 believe I IIln It says 1111 Mfl1 s thn II t Ijnntr IjnntrThe f1 arr
The Th victim itlIlIIr or patient was l a tapiseior who whohad whohad fa fahad
had lieen engaged IIJII ugng wt I in ii putting 11111 ill up II decora decoraations dPcorniltlnna IornIIllnn
ations on the Ih iHiHOion of the Ih Ixilaled Ixilaledobwiplies lrolatrdnlw4plie lat1
obwiplies + of OI Napoleon the Ih treat in tile thel tilelofty Ih Ih10Ctr
lofty dome Inll of ih d h l lin Church l ht Itch n of the 110 t 1a Invalid Invalidin IlvoltIII 1 n vuT IlIc4
in Parif ParifVhen Pnril1hpn
Vhen huv 1011 movine a dIr on nt th thtop Ihtol time timetop
overbaluncei overbalunceihimself ovrrbalurtcdhunlf rhaILln 1 1hllllU
top of A high w waffolillntc he h
himself and al < l m 11 obedience to some ornlnsttnct ornlnsttnctjamIx n mxftnct mxftnctjumMd IOtrn1IIIIOId
jumMd jamIx d clear i ur of r the Ih IhtI ladiW laIcI and the Ih pint pintform pllurlll t tfurnl
form urlll crying rIII to his hi fellow workmen worknollir as asonly a4only
only n Frenchman Fn9u hflan would TIn me mevoila III IIIvlIlllI invuiln
voila parti partiWith prtunli Irll IrllIIh
With IIh the 1 thw cheerful hrf words on hi his lips lipshe hl hlh liphe
he h fell 11 eightytwo llthlI fi f t bounding m one onnplace oneI n nIa
place I Ia otT IT the 110 roof of u L little dome Irn which whiclicaused whichcall1 whicdleanw
eanw caused d him hlmlu to describe due ribe n second ut pitnilxtln pitnilxtlnin > nll1 nll1III
in the iII air airi1111 iind 1 landiiiu finally fint fist rlrslon fistOil I Iun
on III I h xlaie Ialo roof ron of a L small s sCritshing Isirtet IsirtetI rl J JIrhil
Critshing I through Ih tl slates laL he h huslriile nd1 Iandslact nd1u
uslriile u act rill ndn a rafter where Ior h he wa warn foundsilliris found foundhitting r1U II I IIII
hitting III in Hiirprind bitKohnrrnt ohrrnl for he h wan wanable waIn wanable
able to give Itl his hi name and 1 address add r en whiti whitiu IIIhmlwkt whunaskwt
u wkt kd for thnni thnnilie Ih1IIIt thinlIle
lie It had no recollection realm Iron of ti this Ihi nnd he hecame 1ecIif 1 1wh
came unconxcioiis IlnlnliwinllWhell when wh l put JI I to bed shortly shortlyafterward limn hnrll hnrll1IIItr I Iaflnrwilyd
afterward under tin I h earn 1 of if flu III c H Hawuier 11J itIawpli
J Iawpli awuier r Mix Iii imxiiMhilily IIIP ntbiltty lasted M very enrvet0rt veryshort rv rvhurt
short time however and Iht1 Im min un unextraordinarily Ii IiIrwrrlnlrlly Iiixtrmurdinarily
extraordinarily rapid recovery rcnr rue vnry h ii iixuxtaiiied trs trsMustllin4t I C Culllill1
xuxtaiiied no ion apparent injuries either ilhrtrual ej etternmil ejternal
ternal or r internal At 1 the th end 1111 of nlu u monthlaxitiier month 1II01llh11I11 monoInsquler
laxitiier found 11I11 him quid 11111 well wellMimxitio withlmiuzilium 11
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own it it fall from IIIIL u great rut height when h a child rhlldand childami 111 < 1
and describes Irth th tlln filing of bliinln hlillllllthat bltudrsI bltudrsIthat > wt wtthat
that ame upon him dun till to thin II rapidity rupiililyof
of u Ins hi descent dr + rtd ulM al the Ih anguish of n rn rncovering rflI re1tlumn
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flood of If thought thnl ht that traversed hlA mind mindduring minddulnJ minddating
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or the Ihhallo chance of ixap 11 He II felt no pain painon
on ntnking the Ih ground but he h heard a athud aIhllel nI
I thud which WAX the Ih impact of his hi own ownhead 011h1I1 ownhold
head on a 1 rock rockAnother rIXkInlhr rot k kluother
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hiM mxuraticx t and his hi family Of O the thelosing Ihtolnll Ihplosing
losing of my breath of r which people peopletalk pnpul1U peo lk lktalk
talk there was 111 no suggestion and only onlythe onlyIh onlythe
the Ih heavy ha fall II on ulllh the thealow snow coven covered groundtrmst ground groundcatixed t tIII
catixed trmst t III me lo beesudthnly 1 OH suddenly II < InI1 and painlexxly painlexxlyall
all II conitciouinexx nnlKIOIIn ss Hoth them > AlpiiiixUi AlpiiiixUiinsisted Alpinillu011 Alpitlletsinsiatpd
insisted on the Ih abxence of anxiety from fromtheir rromIhir fromIlitr
their minds mlu is when h falling while one certsinly1rile cer certainly lrtainl ¬
tsinly1rile tainly descrilxst ntl1tin wn ations similar to thoaa thoaafelt Ih081lt thouefelt
felt by h the II drowning drowningAmong tlrllwl1lntIIInl
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mentioned 111011 1r1l that I h of 1 r a etNPIe1 xtoepejvk pl jlllk auk who a fIt In > in iny I II III
I lisn y i fell from Iro th the top of the Ih Church of ofSi ofSt f fI
Si I Oeorge org in HoltonleMiHirx Ikdton 1eMixon lo the theground thRjrollllll theground
ground the Ih whole distance raverued trmivursallining I raveruedbeing rll 1 1Ioin
being Ioin xonie r I 141 > < l feet r The Th mans nut ll1I1I ti a skull xkullsiiuck skullrllift
siiuck 11 xomu un shirt lead upon the Ih enrlli enrlliand eollnh11I1 earlhn1igh
and left its II impwct upon 1If > < J1I it but though thoughIhix bollghI I IIhis n1igh
Ihix I h fall vn was II unite 11111 unbroken tx 1 in the theprevious II II1 theprrvinu
previous casiH 1 by waffolding 11 1T01 < 1 III It rcxks and andmi
mi forth the th man nunouly was only slightly injured injuredand
and resumed work in a few ri day daylEecrrilly 1111 daysRu
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from rull th I thetp < top of a cliff at Dover the Ih height heightof hilhLwhldl hii gllt glltor
of which wax wa afterward found U > he too toofeet JOOII tootipt
feet IIr II > wax it picked lrk1 up floating ItnAti ItnAtiihle insen mnannsihle insensible ¬
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hoots MK > S wr off which primei that he h1unlst hemust h hIIIUI
must have ha retained xtifllcient ionxcioim ionxcioimn
miss n on r reaching the Ih water to enablehint enable enablehim 11101 11101hi
him hi to n draw cir w his hi bunt from ro his hi feet r yet Moth Moththiat Itolhlhie UolhI
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these Sets are 45 Values V mlueshete here heretomorrow 9 9to 2
tomorrow to morrow at atThe atThe J f fThe
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was produced by one molt moltrOlleie i ipotteries
potteries of France Each Ser comprise cnmpr u a complete completesenice completeservice
service of 100 pieces piecesThere rleceThere piecesn t
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floral effects each embellished em belli hed with gold 1J1d edge ed edgeaaJ edgeaaJburnished JHl aa4burnihed JHlburnished
n burnished gold handleOne handles handlesOne
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4 decorated with a bouquet of of flowers in delicatejrib delicatejribbon dcl delieate eale riIII riIIIbon tighon ¬
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