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' AH the recent battles Vere fought and thousands killed for pos-
- session of this statfon. The. picture shows what.a Chinese' railroad
trafn 'looks like. "This -photograph was taken when, every' train.' was
filled with Americans "and 'Europeans "fleeing ftonvthe city. -The
crowd in' the 'distance avre all western people. " - ''" v F
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WE'RE GREAT IN- SPOTS
. There's woe on the. Bowery.
Former price of 'breakfast:- "Cof
fee" two cents, 'doughnut, 'one
cerit; total,-three. "
-New 'price: "Coffee, i three.
cents; doughnut; one-; tdtal, four.
We are not speaking humor
ously" whence say that this" is a
serious calamity to thousands.
Take this instance: " "::.,
!A consumptive-looking; ,man,"
with 'atedraggled wife and "sick;
child, laid 3bwn10cents and or-"
dered breakfast for-three. ,He ex-.
pected a penny in change.' JB.Q was,
told: ""Price gone up; giye, us
two cents more." " ,
But the dime'was all he had.
He made the rojind of the cheap
restaurants; no "good.; it was the
.same everywhere. The man fed
'his wife and child and went-withr
out food .himself,
t Say'we're a great people in
spots.; The-Bo.wery isn't tone; of
the spots.' j ' ' ,
"Wea'ithe'r Man says freezing.
Have you changed 'em 'yet?'