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cfflutes of Kendall GreenSpendPeasant Green GreenSpend GreenSpell
Spend Spell SpendPeasant Pleasant Week in the theWilds theWilds theWilds
Wilds Near Great FallsDespite Falls FallsDespite FallsDespite
Despite the Drizzly Rainy RaziiyWeatlierandAre RainyWeather Rai y yI
Weather WeatlierandAre I and Are None the theWorse theWorse tileWorse
Worse For It ItAXY ri 6 tf < cP cPM
ANY y years ago agoprobably probably back backlf backinto backinto
M lf into the 60s 60sEasterUde sEastertI1e Eastertide to tothose tothose tothose
those students at Gallaudet Gallaudetfar G Cl1audetfar llaudet llaudetfar
far away a way from home ho b me e became very long longand longand longand
and very dull and sometimes small smallparties small smallparties smallparties
parties would go off for a days tramp trampin tr trampIn mp mpin
in the woods or fishing Great Falls Fallswas Fallswas Fallsas
and two twoor toor twoor
was as discovered by the mutes
or three who had seen experience in inthe intho inthe
the lumber camps of Maine MichiganMinnesota Michigan MichiganMinnesota MichiganHnnesota
Minnesota or Wisconsin took It IntobeLr Into Intotheir Intotheir
their beLr heads to get a tent and camp campout campout campout
out a w while Ue up there daring others to tofollow tofolIowth tofollowth
follow folIowth the leader Since then probably probablyno
no Eastar has has passed passed without an en encampment encampment encampment ¬
campment of mutes at or in the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood of Great Falls Some S me parties partieshave partiesbave partieshave
have gone to Sugar Ixmf Loa Mountain Mountainand Mountainand ountain ountainand
and down to the river fishing shores shoresThe shoresThe shoresThe
the largest largestin largestin largestin
The cacap carn this year was
in the history of these encampments encampmentssave
save ave that of four four or five years ears ago when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the weather was especially mild mll
Examinations precede the Easter re recess reess reeess ¬
cess ess at Gallaudet The announcement announcementof annou cemtlt cemtltof
of results is made on Wednesday and andthe 8dthe andthe
the Easter Ea5t r recess runs through a a week weekOn week weekOn
0 On Saturday Saturdhy Saturditpreced1ng preceding this a meeting meetingis
is called in inthe inthe the lyceum and two or three threemen threemen threemen
men are selected s lected to make preparations preparationsfor
for the trip One Is chosen captain captainanother captainanother < aptainanother
another quartermaster and commissary commissaryand commlssaryand commIssaryr
and the thethird third treasurer tr asurer A general generalasessment as assessment asL ¬
r L sessment o of S2 2 Is made upon each eac
camper and unless for extra extragood good rea reasons reasons reaSons ¬
sons he must not back ba k out becauseof becauseofugly becauseofugly becauseofugly
ugly weather and he be must agree to t to do dohis dohis dobis
his turn at drudgery etc A senior seniorwill seriiorviII se lor lorivill
will often wasbdlshes wash dishes dishess as well as cook cookand cookand cookand
and clear up his sedtonThe section sectionThe se < l on onThe
The quartermaster calls on the College Collegesteward collagesteward l1ege l1egesteward
steward for a a weeks rations for tpr or so somany somany somany
many men and he gets not only ool fftiat fftiathe bat J18tbe batbe
be asks but often something more JT4ie JT4iestudents Thastudents l e estudents
students divide up into messes The Thecamp The Thecamp Thecamp
camp of last week was divided into intonine intonine intonine
nine messes with ten tents tentsEquipage t tEquipage IEquipage
Equipage Made Ready ReadyEarly ReadyEarly f fEarly
Early Wednesday morning the camp campequipage campequipage campequipage
equipage provisions for fifty men for fora fora fora
a week etc was placed in the warmbright warmbright warm warmbright
bright sunshine back of the oW college collegebuilding conegebuilding collegebuilding
building as pictured by George F Flick Flicka
a student from Ohio Oh and a a member memberof
of this years graduating class He is isthe isthe isthe
the official photographer of the college collegeand coBegeand collegeand
and has done some excellent work both footliin botbin bothin
in Washington and when traveling dur Curing during durL ¬
L ing his vacation About 9 oclcock oclcockWednesday oclc oclcockWednesday ck ckWednsdaymornlng
Wednsdaymornlng Wednesday morning four big wagons wagonswith wagoftItb wagonswith
with Itb a a student accompanying aecompaA ng each ea h alt altoat a st1ran t tO
oat O Irem Kendall Green for the Hi Higold qH qHgold atgold
gold mine on the Conduit Road above abovethe ihovethe b ve vethe
the canal just this side of Great Gr 711S 711SAfter 1allsAfter lls llsAfter
After dinner the student stude t body b b dyrory dyroryoddstarted dyfortyoddstarted forty fortyodd
odd oddstarted started with their their destination de tlnatlon asthe as asthe asthe
the roadhouse at the t end e d of the car carline carline carline
line There they awaited the belated belaftdvagons helatdvagops belatedwagons
wagons and while there they say say it itrained ftvalned itrained
rained cats and dogs The teams teams teamsI fre frequently treQuenti ¬
I quently quentlysought sought shelter frequently frequentlY get getstalled got gotstalled getstalled
stalled fn in the mad and hove in sight sightabout sigHtabout sightabout
about jsupper Upper time timeWhea tim timWheu timeWhen
When we reached the camp ground groundsalfl groun groundsaid i isaldon
said saldon one cinot of ot the students last night it itwas it itws itwas
was dark and cold and aOOdreAI dreary and andrained andr andrained
rained r lnedand and rained ralD and rained rainedn3 raInedand asd tl the thecold theold thecold
cold old wind was never weary we ry About 8 8we 8we Swe
we i bd aTgotap rgot ot tp8C up some tents and us s we wehad webad wehad
had not nota a cot In th the entire equipage equipageand eqipa eqipaand equlpageand
and theleaVeE the leaves straw paper usner a and sn ail eedar 6edSu
ASHINGTOSr ASmNGTO contains a ansi number nutiber ansiher ¬
TW ber of little known but im important IDortant Ipi Ipiortant ¬
portant ortant relics of the Con Confederacy Confederacy ConIederacy ¬
openiurfrom openiur hpeniugfrom openielfrom
federacy In a fireproof vault
from a small room r on the third llooiof noo nooof ftoor ftoorat
tb tbmanuscript the theman tlsmaancript
Department are
of the Treasury qreuury
manuscript man dpt archives which set forth th thdiplomatic the thediplomatIc thdiplomatic
diplomatic efferts of o the Confederat ConfederatStates COJ ConfederatStates f ate ateStates
States to secure re recognition as ii a mem member membel siamher
her o at the family of nations n tions to ebtal obtalthc ebtalthe 111 111the
the maBBS meaDe to establish eat8 Uekaud jiad ud maJntai maintalian maJntaian malntalRan
an array and navy and bring brlnr ibeut bout for foreiga foreign forelga
eiga intervention laterventioaThe iftterveaUoDThe interventionThe
The Pickett Papers PapersWhen Ja PapersWhoa ers ersWben
When the the most n o t irapertant important of the Con Confederate Confederate Confederate
federate archives were removed frqn frqnRichmond fr roe roeRichmond D1 D1Richmond
Richmond the Lb diplomatic dijlomatic di oma c corresponJ corresponJcnce corresponicnce correapon correaponnee
cnce nee consisting con iting of o tbetate the state departmen departmenrecords department departmentr departmeDrecordsall
records r recordsall cord all Il Feept except the t e secret servief serviefpapers serviet servietpapers rYi4le rYi4lepapers
papers which w h had been destroyed destroy destroedMr ty tyMr by byMr
Mr B Bej Benjantn1Ver anin DJlIlW were r hidden Jllddenln in a barn li liVirglDia IR IRrgIDi l lVirgthIa
VirglDia VirglDiaLater VirgthIaLater rgIDi rgIDiLater
Later they were eJ1 packed paekedtn in four yel yellowhair ye yelowball yellowhair ¬
lowhair trunks and nd broughC fropiRichmond from fromRichaMBd I IRic1uDoIHI
Richmond to Jpwhiagtoa yhigton by their cuts custodfata cutstadiaB cuetodies
todfata Cel John T 1 Pickett After Alterdeayorisg n ndeavoriag nde
deavoriag de vorig for years ea15 is t r dwpoae spOse of them themColonel themColooel themColoe
Coloe Colonel i Piekett Pidrett hatag ha g indexed themtook them themtsok t1temtook
took them t6 t Canada where in April April1S7
contentsafter contents coolentsatt edit nts ntsafter
187 1 the trunks and 541 their
examination bj bjagents bx bxagonu b bagents
after att ra a two weeks
agents appointed for that tb l purpose wer werpuoehased were werepunebued werpuihased
puoehased for the use of the theUmted theUmtedStates United UnitedStates UsitoiI
I States On uly S 1872 187 jg the trunks were werdelivered we wedel1ered weredelivered <
delivered at the White Whlte4Iouse House House tad nd later laterremoved laterremoved Iateiremoved
removed to the Treasury Tr ury Colonel ColonelPickett Co10pelPI CoioePl
Pickett PI k kett ltinpaymeDt in payment received the stipu stipulated sUpulated stipulated ¬
portion portl D ol olwhich of ofwhich oi oiwhich
lated sum fli 1 175 7SflW > a a large
which was distributed to needy widow widowand widowiand 1doAs 1doAsan
and an orphans of Confederate officers officersOf omeeraOf officersOf
Of Value to the Government GovernmentThe GovernmentThe
The money m ey for the Pickett papers papershad papershad papershad
had been appropriated by special act ol olCongress at atCongrO olI
I Congress CongrO Many persons onon asserted 3 erted that thatno thatnogoQd thaino
no nogoQd good could result from the re r reir r rrectlon l lrectlOIlO
rectlon rectlOIlO ol tfc tbe fie loBsburled loD ktirl docuiayfils < oeu tJj
1 r Gallaudet a 1audet Campers of 1903
branches we got for bedding were all allwet allwet allwet
wet wet you can ca imagine what a dismal dismalnight dismalnight dismalnight
night it looked to usOld us usOld usI
I Old Campers Ahead AheadThe AheadThe Aheadi
i The first rst party party to get ceffee o WereIsome were wresome weresome
Isome some old campers clmp rs e experJencetl aer e J nc tl else e ¬
where There rIiere and It it was then t n about a ut 11 11oclock 11oclock
oclock and andn in thearo the fiare ilaroof of camp firespolitical fires firespolitical firespoUtical
political campaign torches and very verysickly verys verysickly
sickly s ckly moonlight Our ur camp canlp fires ware wareso w wereso re reso
so hearty he h rty rtyfro1 from tleuse te tjeuso US6 of ofcoaI coal oil oUand oUandpInecord oIlandpineilord and andpineqord
pineqord wood woodtVe tve had hl d fO found ndsome some distance dis distance distanbeawa ¬
tance tanbeawa away that t attheYsh they should sb n uld 1d have been beenvfelblefrpm beenvlslblEffrom beenvIsiblefroih
vfelblefrpm vIsiblefroih Wabjn Washington on Nearly every everything everythIng everything ¬
thing had to to be dried and It required requiredtime requiredtime requiredtime
time to do this t tltitor i f for or it would rain up upthere uptbere upthere
there everyvflve or r ten minutes it seem seemed seemTh seemei ¬
ed x The Th moon moan would u d sorhetlmbg 80iDtlm s shineelder shine shineelear shineele
elder ele r and tbe old ld man ia luthe the moon moonwould moonwould moonwould
would smile down do at us and then hide his hisface hisface hisface
face again and in every tent there was wasIrip WASdrip wasirip
Irip drip drip while neglect negl et to ditch ditcharound dltcbarcund dlleharcund
arcund some of them caused rivulets o
cold water Wat r to run beneath us usyet usyetm usyetmost yet yetmost
most m of Us U8 slept leptslept leptsl slept pt like a leg 10et 10etwith yet yetwith yetwith
with tbe stiffness stiffness and chill chillof of the dead deadOne deadOne deadOne
One of the Ducks introductory class classmen classmen classmen ¬
men brought along a beating stove storefed stovefed stovefed
fed from rosi an oil tank He bought ught it at ata ata ata
a secondhand store said he bought it itdirt itdfteheap itdirt
dirt dfteheap cheap but did not know W it leaked leakeduntil leak8duntilU leakeduntIl
untilU until it bad earned almost alm ruination to toan toI toan
an entire ntir wagons wigous gous contents conte n and as then thennarrowly theanarfOlly thennarrowly
narrowly missed blcvrlEg the entireDuk entire entireDuck entireDtKJi
I Duck DtKJi mess into Kingdom Come by bt b ex explosion explosion explosion
plosion or doing doi g some cremation cremationOn crema cremationOn on onI
On Thursday Ti ursday morning Ctunp Gallau Gallaudel Gallaud
1 detoft del d t of was early earlystir astir the sun sunsbone sunsbonebrigkt shone sbenebrightly shonebrightly
brightly brigkt r mad nd it was quite ite warm A Ageod Agoojlee1tfaet Ag
I geod goojlee1tfaet g hVeftTfefaet wasCreported from each eachnteas eachme eachrnes
nteas me s a ttl Hti fd daring tring rng the day day President Pres President ent Gal Gallaudetwlih Gallaudet GallandetwiSh
laudetwlih laudet h a friend fripnd he had met some somewhere somewhere ¬
where here abroad was a visitor and was washe washe
he said handsomely 1iandsomel entertained a awere as aswert aft aftwer
wer were Profs Hare Day anU a an Fay That Thatnight Thatnight Thatnight
night one one ef the students stud atudeatswho Jlts who is sub subject JJUbjeCLto subject ¬
ject jeCLto to attacks of somnambulism 5omnambliiiUD wan wandered wan waned wandered ¬
dered ed out oUt about 3 6eloek oeloek and an fell over overa overa overa
a a cliff cUff Into a ditch tell 1l of soft sofl mud and andVisit andater andwater
water waterlTisitFrom ater aterI
I Visit lTisitFrom JPrpm From President GallaudetPrkhy Gallaudet GallaudetPrWay Ga11audetII
PrWay Frt y was was a goc1 day and President PresidentGallaudet PresidentGUalldet PresidentGallaudet
II Gallaudet having returned with < fih an an in invitation inYltaHon invitatlon ¬
vitation ttf tothc tothe the coeds coeds to visit camp Prof
even if genuttife as some 3 De feared thejwere thej therwexe the thewere
were not and that Secretary Boutwel Boutwelhad BouhellSd Boutwelhad
had Sd wasted 75000 on four trunks fillet filletwith AIledwit1I fluewitli
with worthless papers However timthas time timeoas timihas
has oas demonstrated that Boutwell did BO BOpay not notpay nopay
pay for waste paper The indexes jf of f th thPickett the thePickett tliiPiekett
Pickett papers In addition ip t those o othe othe othe
the eowesjjondence cosreejGndence of the Confederate Confederatetreasury Confederatetreasury Confederattreasury
treasury and other departments havbeen havbeen hav bavibeen
been of great re t convenience and value ii iithe t tthe tthe <
the Government and have played an im lmportant impertaat 1mportautpatt
portautpatt pertaat j pat rt in defeating deteaUllg fraudnlen fraudnlenclaims fraudnl fraudnlclaims frauduleilalme
claims amounting amc nting to millions of dollar dollarThese doUaThese dollsThese
These diplomatic papers remained remainedbe remainedthe i ithe
tw twyears t tyears tyears
the be original receptacles until about
years ago when the quaint old tiIIs tiIIswere tiuHl tiuHlwere trunwere
were sold kl at one of the annual auctloi auctloiheld auctlo auctloheld auctlobald
held by the the Treasury The papers pers wei weithen w wethen e etben
then transferred to three t ree new cheats cheatspolished ebestspoUsheti chestspolished
polished pine pineGreat pineGnatSeal pineGraSea1
Great GnatSeal JSeal of the Confederacy ConfederacyColonel ConfederacyColoneL ConfederacyColonejPi
Colonel ColonejPi Pickett kett was also the th lafcs lafcsknown la Iaknown t tkOO
kOO known eaeteaian stOdiaa diaR o Ofthegreasl oftho th greSMal reatf seal of Ofl ofb ofbtoafederate j h hConfederate be beC
Confederate C afederat States Stat OC1his CMMUhis seal se l wWlcl wWlclnever Wbfch Wbfchne whe whenever
never ne er was used many 111 ltY tsTmaaiic tviou Uc stogie stogieare stoylesare stole stoleare
are told That It was destroyed destr Yed imine iminediaiely hn4ne hn4nedlate hn4ne hn4nediately
diaiely dlate 1 after Hrtb fthr the thoelose close Of the tb e hdstllil ll hOstIl1ie hOstIl1ieis Stl I ie ieis e s sis
is manifestly untrufe untr untry by reason re n of iE th thfact thfsct he hefac
fact fac that in i 1870 a L Washington Wasl ngoB jeweei jeweeiby jewe er erby erb
by b order Qrcler of Colonel Pickett made num numreplicas m injreplicas y yrepuiaa
replicas repuiaa of It in gold silver and broipz broipzwhich bro1tze bro1tzehlch broiz broizwhich
which hlch were sold for the benefit of n4 n4Southerners neied neiedSoutherners y ySou
Southerners Sou U > lnera One of these facsinilBe facsinilBeIn faeaiml n1 ea eain
In bronze bronzlo is now ut > w In the National Nationalseum Xlu Xluseum 1u 1useum
seum iiF h Washington another in th thstate 1he 1hestate b bstate
state department of If the capitol of Souk SoukCarolina SO Zout ZoutCarolIna 1a 1aCaroUna
Carolina and several Yeral others are cheV cheVished che chehhffi cheIslied
ished IOS8easiODS possessions of men who h gallant gallantserved gallantk gallantkserved y yserved
served the lost cause The origin originwa originwas 1 1made
wa was made In London at a cost of 41 41l 125 12518s 1 1IOL
l 18s tl It was finished July 2 1S64 and dij dijnot tlf tlfnot diitot
not reach Richmond until the evacua evacuation evacuntiou evaeuaHOD ¬
tion of that city It is believed bellev thai thaitbe that thatthe thaiLhe
Pickctta Pick Plckctte PickrttS
the surviving BUrvtvl g members of Colonel
whc whcknow whoknoA whcknow
ctta family are tbe only persons
know its 1t whereabouts whereaboutsIn wb rfabouts rfaboutsiD
iD In a small nmali1 dark room under the eay erca ercaof earo earof s sof
of f the south wiB wlng lDO of the tn Treasury atanc tand
Gaw and several ladies of the Green Greenvolunteered Greenvolunteered Greenvolunteered
volunteered to head a party part to reach rc chthe chthecamp the thecamp thecamb
camp camp about about noon All the girls but biitone butone betone
one were ready at the appointed hour hourand bourand hourand
and reached camp about noon to find findthat findthat findthat
that the boys bad prepared an extra extragood xtra xtragood ztrajood
jood good camp dinner lnne to start a rgood good afternoins after afternoons afterno ¬
noons no ns outing for them themoTh oTh There re are some somepretty somcpretty somepretty
pretty good cooks c901 at Ga Gallaudet laudet and on onthis ontbisoccasion onthis
this tbisoccasion occasion the boys held up the old oldcamps oldcamps oldcamps
camps reputation Hot rolls and nd wat wafSea wattles watflea
Sea flapjacks buckwheat buckwheatcakessau buckwheatcakessausage cakes saur saursage san sanSage
sage bologna ham bamandeg and eggs 5 chickensoup chicken chickensoup chl ken kensoup
soup pork chops sardines aardil1ealmss bass rock rockperch rockperch rockperch
perch and pickled pickledabad shad sbndroc roe and amok smoked smolced amoked ¬
ed herring coffee cocoa cocoat lemonade le 11onade and andpop andpop andpop
pop with pie made arterthe after the old col college college colloge ¬
lege recipes also the juju pastey pasteypudding paste pastei pasteypuddlng
pudding pud ing served on alternate ai ternate days daysat dn daysat ys ysat
i at Kendall Green The girls girl voted votedIt vo votedIt ed edit
It just grand and said they would wouldwash wouldwash
wash wa sh the th edishes dishes the pans pan and all but butpreferred butpreferred butpreferred
preferred to see the fallsOver falls fallsOver faUsOver
Over to the falls we wnll re all went Thp
photo p piot ot3 shows the principal prin ipal party partywar1 Iiart Jo Jowarl
war1 evening the he girls irlsreturne9 returned returne accompanied ac accompanied ¬
companied compa idb by hc the boys ac at m far faras faras faras
as the road r ad bouseSaturday house houseSaturday
hSatu Saturday raa was changeable Ith rain rainSunday rainSunday
Sunday was wasthe the great da for the theboys theboysand theboysand
boys boysand and it may be ie e said thtit th t they no nolonger nolonser nolonger
longer have divine service ip there for formost fori formost
i most go afishing on thi thlil thiiday day or ram ramble ramhie ¬
ble 1Jle about the falls neighborhood Dcl neIgbJorhood b orhood There Therewere Therewere
were two especial incidents luel inchents ents of this day dayof dayof dayof
of Interest l teresL In the njorning rning one of 0 the thestudents thetud thestudents
students tud nts of one on mesjfe m me reminded another anotherof anothtrof anotherof
of another mess oj at o an old vow ow made to toput toput toput
put him him into the thai canal The two menare men menare menare
are the leaders leadersr qr r sporty sport fisticuffs with withgloves v1thgloves withgloves
gloves and calhascatchcan ea catjchascatchcan haSjcatchcan affairs affairsboth aff aff4irsboth irs irsboth
both public and an audi impromptu in the col college coll colloge ¬
loge l ge gymnasium gymnaslunl The students generallybecame generally generallybecame generaItrbecame
became interested Interef 1ntereted ted and a d later on the thecampers theeampers thecampers
campers werfc wer fairly divided and a astruggle astruggle astruggle
struggle ensued that was a harder scrapthan scrap scrapthan scrapthan
than any oft of c the cane rushes and most mostof mostor mostof
of the foothjall toot footbll 11 games at Kendall Green GreenMen GreenMen GreenMen
Men were ere bruised Bruised up and the clothing clothingof
of several s veral torn completely off Both Bothmen BoUImen Bothmen
men werefinally were finUY thrown into lliu t t tand n nand I Ind
and nd in t tye e height othe of the fun one of the theonlooketfs theonlOOk theonhookep
onlOOk onhookep onlooketfs S discovered dhfcoveredthat that he was stand standing standIng standlug ¬
ing oatfae on the head of a nlarge large snake His Hisattention HisaUent Hisattenttjbn
attention aUent attenttjbn n was called to the factand fact factand factand
and he e began the antelope way
seitan se4den en large packing boxes with coven covennailed coversn corerniied
nailed n iled down Sightseers > are never per perlEfltted pP pPtted peri41
i41 lEfltted tted to enter this dingy attic room roomapd roomd roomai
apd ai d very few persons even among th thcoldest the thelde thIdeet <
coldest lde Ideet t employes could guess the con conents conents conents
ents of these boxes They are fihIefritht fillet filletwith fiJJedUh
fritht with Uh Confederate mouej inoneya a portion 01 01fwhich of ofhlch 0 0wbIch
fwhich hlch was wa captured from Souther Southerbanks SouU Southcrbanks rn rnbanks
banks and froin Confederate soldiers soldiersliving soMlersliving soldiersliving
living or dead and forwarded throug througthe through throughthe througithe
the War ar Department to the Treasury Treasurybut Treasur Treasurbut Treasurybut
but the larger share of It was collect collected colI colIcd cohened ¬
ed by the Treasury agents who conducteti conduct conducted conducted
ed the cotton business of the United UnitccStates UnitedStates UntteStates
States in 18C4 and succeeding years yearsOther yearsOther ycariOther
Other portions of it reached the Treas Treasury TreaslUy Tressury ¬
ury through the various arlous channels throwi throwiopen thrownopen throwiopen
open by the exigencies exl enclcs of war warBanknotes warBank warBank
Banknotes Bank Notes and BillsThese Bills BillsThese BillsThese
These boxes contain the bank notes notesof notesof noteof
of the Confederate government as wel welas wellas welas
as thousands of f the bills b l1s issued i ithe 5 5the > y ythe
the seceding States to take the the place plactof placeot placof
of the chips which tradesmen wencompelled wen werecompelled wercompelled
compelled to offer as chango after tin tinSoitth the theSOlitk tb tbSouth
South suspended specie payment pa tment in July July1S6I
1S6I Later the issue by the varioui variouiStates yariousStatH varlonStates
States of 75cpnt 7 c nt 50cent 25cent 30 30cent O Ocent Ocent
cent and 5cent bills rendered thli thlimakeshift this thismakesblt thimakeshift
makeshift currency unnecessary Ever Evervariety Evervariety Evpry Evpryvariety
variety of Confederate note or bill may majbe ma mabe
be found in these closelypacked boxes boxesThe boxe3The boxesThe
The amount of money contained In them theniat themat themal
at face valuecannot yalue annot be correctly esti estimated estimated cetimated ¬
mated as in only onl two of the boxes hav havthe 11t hutvthe ve vetbe <
the notes been assorted and arrange arrangewith arrangel arrangelwith arrangeiwith
with reference to States anddenomlna anddenomlnations and denomina denominations denominations ¬
Carried Off by Relic Hunters HuntersIn
In past years hundreds of these note notewere notcs notcswer notewere
were wer carried rried away as ts souvenirs not onljby oni oniby only onlyby
by privileged persons but by light lightfingered 1IShtfingered lightfingered
fingered fingered subordinates in official life lifeThe lifeThe lifeThe
The latter usually sold their booty bootypurveyors bootypurveyors o opurveyos
purveyors of relics and curios in ex exchange exchange oxchange ¬
change for the legal l gal tender of the re reunited rounited ruunited ¬
united country countr Another portion wa wacanceled wacanceled
l canceled many man years ago to prevent th thpossibility the thepossibility thpossibility <
possibility of redemption and circulation circula clrculatlon circulation ¬
tion The work was then discontinued discontinuedW dicontlnuediy discontinuedJy
W Jy reason of o the fact that these notes notesiand nottsnd not notml
iy iand nd bills except as as curiosities would wouliiiever woulaev wouldi4cyer
iiever i4cyer ev r be of any value Ten Tcnycar yearc ago ng ngj agoI agor
5C 5Cof
of killing a a snake snakejumping Jumping straight straightup
up and down upon upon it but some say sayit sayit sayit
it was to dodge stones thrown by about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty at the reptile striking strklng either him himor blmor himor
or the snake at each throw The men menin menin menin
in the canal were thrown throwh In where they theycould thp thpcould theycould
could not get ont though only down to totheir toI totheir
their armpits when one of the fellows fellowsashore feUowsashore fellowsashore
I ashore and above got gotthe the long black blacksnake hlacksnake blacksnake
snake on a stick stk and threw it It to the themen themn themn
mn in the water who at at once swam to tothe tothe tothe
the towpatbs towp ths on the thefarther farther side sideStripped sideStripped sideStripped
Stripped Jor for a SwimIn Swim SwimIn SWim SWimIn
In the afternoon the sun cameVout cameVoutand came lout loutand out outand
and the boys went over over where the water waterrushes waterrushes waterrushes
rushes throtjct throlt throiit a chasm aniong among big bigrocks higrocks bigrocks
rocks an ancJ annearly < Jnearly nearly the entire crowd crowdstripped crowdstrippefl crowdstripped
stripped rid d had an enjoyable swim swimThe swimThe swimThe
The wat war 3r was wa Ice cold but it made one onefeel onefeel onefeel
feel r rod f Jod od for the sunshine was warm warman1 warmaij warmap
an1 aij the rocks seemed warm warm It Is the thecustom thestOm
1 custom stOm fdr us tQ frequently strip off offand of ofand
and take a wash In the nearby nearb brook
I which flows under the stone water watertrough watertrough watertrough
trough near the camping c tlping place but we wehave wehave wehave
have never gone swimming In the river riverbefore riverbefore riverbefore
before beforeOn beforeOn beforeOn
On Monday an ugly cold rain set setin setin setin
in and plans were made to break camp campaad campand campand
and return to the Green and get ready readyfor readyI readyfor
for recitations which began on Wed Wednesday Wednestlay Wedneday ¬
nesday morning morningAll morningAII mornIngs mornIngsAll
I All in all the encampment of f thisEastertide this thisEastertide thisJ
Eastertide E tertide was a great success a great greatpleasure greatpleasure greatpleasure
J pleasure a great outing for us
I You have radiators going with full fullsteam lullsteam tuBsteam
steam on said the reporter reporter to toone one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mutes in his comfortable omfo table room r om on onan onan onan
an upper floorOh floor floorOh fiolrHOh
HOh Oh yes we always like to keep keepwarm keepwarm keeparm
warm warmAnd warmAnd arm armAnd
And you have easy ea y spring beds b d and andsoft andsoft andsoft
soft thick mattresses mattressesto to sleep sle p onwlth onwlthplenty on with withplenty withplenty
plenty plenty of cover I seeOh see secOh seaOh
Oh yes always alwaysWell alwaysWell alwaysWell
Well Is it not dangerous to makesuch make makesuch makesuch
such a decided change from these th se rooms roomsat roomsat roomsat
at Eastertide EastertideWell EastertldeWell EasterUdeWell
Well we dont know knJw except ybePt ax ept that if Itanybody ifanybody Ifanybody
anybody got sick from froz theexposure the exposure yourefer you yourefer yOUrefer
refer to perhaps the faculty would stop stopthe stopth stopthe
the th old ol custom c stom as quickly as they stop stopsome stopsome stopsome
some other things we sometimes think thinkreally thinkreally thinkreally
really do not concern them If
four hundred 4and jand and fortythree of the thehandsomest thehandsomest tthhandsomest
handsomest and aJd add cleanest of them vere verepasted wer werpasted ere erepsted
pasted into a scrapbook by a woman womanclerk wonUlDclerkthe wonmrclerkthe
clerk clerkthe the widow of an officer in the theConfederate tIllConfederate th thConfederate
Confederate navy na The scrapbook Is Isk Iskopt b bknpt
kopt k pt In the thcyaull vault vauhthat JJiat that contains the ar archives archiyes archives ¬
chives of the Confederate Conederate governmentThe government governmentThe govemmentThe
The Great Scrapbook ScrapbookThese ScrapbQ k kThese kThem
These archives archies though th l1ghCo constantly stantIy in inofficial Inofficial It Itofficial
official use are closely guarded Tbehuge The Thebuge Tinhuge
huge scrapbook Is the only object that thatvisitors thatvIsitors thmvisitors
visitors are permitted to inspect andthis and amIthis am amthis
this privilege is accorded only to tofavored a afavored afaored
favored few The book contains also alsospecimens alsospecimens alsospecimens
specimens of all the bonds and other se securities securIties securltie ¬
curities curltie issued by the Confederate States StatesOn StatesOn StatesOn
On its llyjleavqa1 lIyleav 1lyIeava a > it bears a lithograph lithographcopy lithographcopy hlthograptcopy
copy and a typewritten English transla translation trnnslaIon translalion ¬
lion Ion of the letter written by Plus IX to toJefferson toJefferson tcJefferson
Jefferson Davis The original communi communication communication communication ¬
cation lies at the bottom bOttom of one of the thenew thenc thcnew
new nc cheats containing the diplomatic diplomaticcorrespondence diplomaticcorrespomlence dlplomathcorrespondence
correspondence Its history is as fol follows follows follows ¬
Popes Plea for Peace PeaceIn PeaceIn PeaceIn
In 1S62 the Pope i ope addressed open let letters letter letters ¬
ters ter to the archbishops of New ew York York and andNew nndNew andNew
New Orleans urging them and their theirclergy theirclergy theficlergy
clergy to use all possible effort toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the restoration of peace For the sym sympathy sympaUlY sympath ¬
pathy path charity charit and deep feeling dis displayed displRed displayed ¬
played In this epistle Mr Davis con oonveyed conveyed conveyed
veyed to his holiness his own thanks and andthose an anthos andthose
those thos of the people of the South He forwarded for forwarded forwarded ¬
warded his letter to Mr A Dudley Dq ley Mann Manna
a member of the joint commission ap appointed appointed uppointed ¬
pointed to secure the recognition of the theConfederate theConfederate theConfederate
Confederate States by the European gov governments governments governments ¬
ernments He had been assigned to duty dutyin dutyIn dutyIn
in Central Europe with headquarters at atBrussels atBrussels atBrussels
Brussels With ith the letter which reached reachedhim reached111m reachedhim
him September 23 1863 were instructions instructionsfrom Instructionsfrom instructionsfrom
from the state department to convey it itImmediately itImmediatel itImmediately
Immediately to Rome and a commissionappointing commission commissionappointing commissionappointing
appointing him a special envoy to the theHoly theHoly theHoly
Holy See He reached Rome November NovemberEl
9 El and through the cardinal secretary olstate ol ofstate 01state
state Antonelll obtained an interviewwith interview interviewwith interYlewwith
with the Pontiff Pontiff who when the letter letterhad letterhad letterhad
had been read to him said I will write writeyou writeyou writeyou
you a letter to Mr Davis or such a char character charicter character ¬
acter that it may be published for gen general general generni ¬
eral perusal
fo fot I t Making Makin Pie for the theGir1 Girl Visitors
1 Sawing Wood and an Saying Nothing
Well havent you some In n the boa hospital bospltal boapital ¬
pital tonight tonightNosiree tonightNb tonightNb
Nosiree Nb slreenot siree not a son n of us nor can canyou canyou canyou
you find so much mttchas as a bad cold cold among amongthe among amongihefortyour amongthe
the ihefortyour fortyfour oCu ot ou u at Great Falls this thistime thistime thistime
time time last week weekA weekA weekA
A professor said it was as an old custom customfor customfor customfor
for the boys to cantp campout camp out at Eastertide Eastertideand EasterUdeoand Eastertideand
and no serious consequences cons q1tences had ever everresulted eyerresulted everresulted
resulted from it Yet on teach occasion occasionthe oc occasionthe asion asionthe
the faculty considered matters gener generally generany generally ¬
ally and would forbid this at such a atime atime atime
time if It were otherwise otherwisemaking making suchn such suchan suchfln
an fln n arrangement as would meet with sat satisfaction satisfacLion satIsfaction ¬
isfaction isfactionYou IsfactionY012 isfacLionYou
You know he h added what bat Easter Easteregg Easteregg Easteregg
egg rolling is We e could hardly forbid forbidI
r photographer of societys pets petshas petshas pettI
THE I has appeared in Vashington WashingtonThjs Vashingtonis VashingtonThis
This is specialist sPE7cIalfst doesnt pretend pretendto preten pretento
to be able to make a good photograph photographof
of a baby In fact fsethe he shrugs his should shoulders shoulders shouldera ¬
ers and rolls up his eyes whe whei you youspeak yotspeak ou ouspeak
speak of an infants photograph and andsays andsays an ansays
says something about thllr tb thir r being all allalike allalike al alalike
alike alikeBut alikeBut alikeBut
But he is wildly enthusiastic 06 the thesubject thesubject tinsubject
subject of doggand dog d says that It is a a dclight de delight deUght ¬
light to photograph a Persian kitten kittenfor klllenfor kittenfor
for these little animals are natural naturalmodels naturalmodels naturamodels
models it seems s ems and every new atti attitude attitude attitude ¬
tude is more charming than the last lastThere lastTherew3s lastThere
There Therew3s was a time not so very long age agewhen agowhen agiwhen
when the photograph of a dog might b bthat be bethat hi hithat
that of a door door mat and nd a cat looked like likea IIkea hUea
a muff But all that Is changed now no anti antithe an anthe antthe
the quick methods metho s of photography make makeit makeit maleit
it possible to secure wonderfully good goodpictures goodpictures goo goopIctures
pictures while the pets themselves seem seemto seemto seento
to have bav acquired a liking for the cam camera camera camera ¬
I have taken hundreds of photo photographs photographs photographs ¬
graphs of pet dogs and cats in the last lastyear lastyear lasiyear
year or two said saldtoo the thi photographer pl10togr pher ol olsociety oC oCsociety o osociety
society pets D U After the dog show there thereIs thereis thertis
Is always always a a boom and a cat show alscresults also alsoresults aImresults
results in a great rush for pictures II IIused It Itused Iiused
used to be the thing for a lady to pose posewith posewith posiwith
with with her pet but of late we find thaiwe thai tbatwe thaiwe
we can secure excellent pictures of theanimals the theanimals theanimals
animals alone aloneSome aloneSome aloneSome
Some of them take naturally naturaII to pos posing posing posLug ¬
ing and seem to understand It for fo they theydont thl theydont y ydont
dont move an eyelash many of them themuntil Utemuntil themuntil
until I tell them they may The dogtare dogs dogsare dogsare
are the best holders of any uartlculaipost uartlculai uarticularpost narticulaxpost
post and will sit as still as a human humaibeing humanbeing humnibeing
being and much inore mQftL moi oute WlIetly y than 2 2child a achIld rchild
child childThe
The cats on the contrary play arouni arouniand arounand
and we have to t catch them In speciaposes specia specialposes speciaposes
poses A Persian kitten is a natura naturamodel mnuramodel naturamodel
model and nd will assume assumeJfifty al 13ume Jfifty fiftY
iEaster Easter encampments encampmentsany any more moreth than n youcould you youcould youcould
could closing the 1 White < lte House Hous grounds groundson ounds oundson
on Easter Monday to the children chIld en n of ofWashington ofVa ofWashington
Washington Va hington
Ljke Other Colleges CollegesThere CollegesThere CollegesThere
There would appear to be little of old oldor oldor oldor
or new college life that that Is not enjoyed or ornot ornot ornot
not practiced at one time or another at atGallaudet atGaIIaudet atGallaudet
Gallaudet College These students studentsboth studentsbothsexesnumbering studentsbothsexesnumbering both bothsexes
sexes sexesnumbering numbering in all not notmuch much over a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred and ranging In age from fr m aeven aeventeen even eventeen ven venteen
teen to twentyseven are of a a rather ratherpeculiar ratherpeculiar ratherpecuIlar
peculiar and altogether altogetherinterestlng interesting class classI classwho classwho
I who come f from 1rpm rpm about every class and andcondition andcondition
1 condition of or people throughout throu lOut the thei theUnited theUnited
i United States For the most part they
attitudes in as many man minutes minutes The me most mosteffective mosteffective must musteffective
effective pictures I have hav secured are arethose arethose arethose
those of the Persian cats catsOf catsf catsof
Of f course the there e has been a cat fad fadwithin fa1within fa fawithin
within the past year ear or two twos and aJId everywoman every everyi ever everwoman
dr i i Per Persian Persian riA riAsian
woman has her pet Angora or her
sian kitten nowadays The craze came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from London where the women have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been taking cats about with thorn in incabs incabs incabs
cabs and omnibuses fora for a year or more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The craze has never reached that thatestate thatiState thatstate
although once nCe in a awhile awh awhIle
estate here as asye yetN yet
with a acat acat acat
while wh e you may see a
cat or even in lathe the street cars But cats catsare catsare catsare
are very popular popularas as pets more so thandogs than thandogs thanII
II dogs with women and we are kept busy busytaking bus bustaking busytaking
taking their pictures picturesThe picturesI picturesThe
I The pretty idea with a cat catis is to get getsix getI getsix
six or eight different pictures icture5 and then thenframe thenrame thenframe
I frame rame them in a long panel passe pari paritout par partout paritout
tout This makes a delightful d IightCul picture picturefor picturefor picturefor
for a nursery or a sitting room Chil Children ChUdren Children ¬
dren are very fond of having their pets petspictured petspictured petspictured
pictured by the th camera and they Ule usual usually usually usually ¬
ly wish to be photographed with them themWe thcmYe themWe
We Ye have hate ha e had any an number of children childrenbrought childrenbrought childrenbrought
brought here herewitb with pet rabbits and onebrought one onebrought onebrought
brought a turtle the th other day and andwished andwished andwished
wished to be taken with it in a group groupIt groupIt groupIt
It was difficult to make mae him under understand understand understand ¬
stand that a turtle could hardly be in induced induced induced ¬
duced to pose for a camera with any ef offectiveness effectiveness orfectlveness ¬
Monkeys Ionk s we have taken but monkey monkeyare monkeyiare
I are not popular as pets in America al although altbough although ¬
though in the tl1esouth southern rn countries countrie50V6I countrie50V6Ihousehold ovaryhousehold ovary overyhousehold
household has its pet monkey just as aswe ase aswe
we e have our cats and dogs But it It i Is Isdifficult Isdifficult isdifficult
difficult to get a good picture of a amonkey amonk amonkay
monkey monk y for It is not still long longenough longenoughas enough enoughas
as a rule and its face is always in mo motion motion metlon
The French bulldogs are a1 admirableposers admirable admirableposers admirnblepos
posers pos rs for the camera They Thc are alert alertand alertand alertand
and intelligent Their faces are full ot otexpression otexpressfon otexpression
expression expressfon and sharpness and their theirlines thofrlines theirlines
lines come out well woHA t tA IA
A thoroughbrea t animal never never shows
cDeligbtful elightful Annual AnnualPastlme Pastime of ofthe ofthe oftile
the Boys Who Can Neither NeitherTalk NeitherTalk NeitherTalk
Talk Nor Hear But ut at the theSame theSame theSame
Same ftme Enjoy En EnjoyAlt OY All the theSports theSports theSports <
Sports and Pastimes ofMore of ofMore ofMore
More Fortunate Fort tnate Brothers Brothersare
are all graduates graduatosol of the sebools hools for the thedeaf thedeal thedeaf
deaf and dumb In their respective States Statesor Statoslor Statesor
lor or cities There are nearly neftI 135 1 of these thM6In theseIn thesein
in the United UnttEMt States alone 1000 aDd these theseschools tJaeschools theseschools
schools are sal to have enrolled about abouttwelve abeuttwelve abouttwelve
twelve thousand thous nd pupils of the fortyodd fortyoddthousand fortyoddthousand fortoddthousand
thousand deaf mutes all told They are areindeed areIndeed areindeed
indeed an important part of the general generalpublic generalpubIlc generalpublic
public school system o of this country andIf and andif andif
if they be growing growi g In size and number it itmust itmust itmust
must naturally be because uee deafness In Increasaa n ncreasS13 ncreases
creases with the population poptdatlonjust Just as does doessickness doosslcknes3 doessickness
sickness and the number of physicians physiciansand pbysloiansand physiciansand
and nurses nUrE who are being trained today todayto todayto todayto
to meet the th fall requirement reQulrem llta of theneeds the theneeds theneeds
needs of the near future futureAll futureAll ntureAll
All of the students stMl nW at at Kendall Green Craenarp Oreenart Greenar
art ar deaf mutes mutesall all are deaf and many mrnnyCatch manyCatch manyCatch
Catch on Easily EasilyDeaf EasilyDeaf EasilyDeaf
Deaf people have bavea a peculiar way oi oicatching atcatching otcatching
catching on to happenings ad evensounds even evensounds eyeDI
sounds and there is comparatively little littledifference UUledifference littledifference
difference between the deaf ne l mute and the thehard thehard thehard
hard o hearing not a deal mete for fordeafness fordeafness fordeafneae
deafness marks them all for its own ownIts ownIts ownIts
Its mark Is a a private mark with pecu peculiar peonliar peCUliar ¬
liar symbols symbolsThe symbolsThe symbolsThe
The same may be said of the use o ospeech at atspeech ofspeech
speech There are deaf dee mutes that tb cnn cauimitate cnnImitate canImitate
imitate a snare dram to perfection perfectionthere perfectiontbere perfectionthere
there are some who though unable to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak will hoot in tones like unto and andloud andlaud andloud
loud enough to drown the old SAW mill millwhistle millwhistle millwhistle
whistle on Water Street and one may maybe mayhe maybe
be mentioned who in hailing a passing passingstreet passingstreet passingstreet
street car will outyell a Sioux boy boyplaying boyplayinghs boyplaying
playing playinghs his favorite game of shinny shinnybandy shlnnyI shinnybandy
bandy polo or golf goIlacrosee lacrosse Without Withoutalluding WIlboutalludIng Withoutalluding
I alluding to the curriculum at Gallaudet GallaudetIt
It may be said that especial ese ial attention Is Isgiven Isgiven isgiven
given to speech teaching and speech speechreading speechI speechreading
reading there and under more favorable favorableauspices favorableauspices favorableauspices
I auspices and with ss much saccese as ananywhere asanywhere asnnywhereelse
anywhere nnywhereelse nnywhereelseTi else elseTime elseTiiie
Time Ti Honored Honored Customs CustomsThe CustomsTbe CustomsTire
The timehonored customs at GalIau Gallaudet GalIaudet Galiaudet ¬
det are many and Its alumni look backupon backupon back backupon
upon these thes with the feelings of most af atfectlonate affectionate affectionate ¬
fectionate appreciative and dutifulchildren dutiful dutifulchildren dutifulchUdren
children grown old Besides the base baseball baseban baseball ¬
ball and football teams which have been beenregular beenregular beenregular
regular a md d about as successful sueces ul as any anyhere anyhere anyhere
here or hereabouts arbor day d y and pres presentation pr prentation presentation ¬
entation or anniversary day d 7 class daythe day daythe daythe
the great annual meet of the H O S s 5fraternity sfraternity Sfraternity
fraternity the gymnasium exhibitions exhibitionsj exhibitionschapel exhibitionschapel
j chapel meetings theatrical entertain entertainments entert1linments entertainmeets ¬
ments and lecture courses hops boPSSab Sab ¬
bath school schoolpicmc picnic the cremation eI tlO1l of me mechanics mecbauic mechattics ¬
chanics oane rushes the tJu three tbr hop ho bopm and andEaster andEaster andEaster
Easter camp are the regular features of ofthe orthe ofthe
several field fielddays fielddays fielddays
the year rear There have been
days held but at present they are not notnor notnor notnor
nor has Gallaudet G Ilalldet either a glee club or orboat orboat orboat
boat club They are too far from the theriver theriver theriver
river and the swimming pool in the thegym thegym thegymS
gym gymS and andcol1ege college pump out of sight sightof sigbtof sightof
of professors houses answer their pur purposes purposes perposes ¬
poses very welL A A glee elub has been beenoften beenotten beenoften
often suggested but not yet organized organizedDoubtless organizedDoubtless organizedDoubtless
Doubtless a a number of students of ofboth ofboth ofboth
both sexes here could form a glee club elubfor clubfor clubfor
for many have lost their hearing whea wheawell wheaweU whenwell
well in their teens Yet the musical musicalmutes BluslcalmuteS micalmuted
mutes singing either vocally or la signsor signs signsor signsor
or making use of some instrument are arenot arenot arenot
not the moat popular poPu r among the general generalrun generalrun generalrun
run and the scheme to form a glee gleeclub gleeclub gleeclub
club at Gallaudet has always fallen fallenthrough falIenthrough fallenthrough
Its good points pol ls so as a pnotograph ¬
graph If a good poa pose o e Is secured s eurEMl But Butphotographers Butphotogoapbers Butphotographers
photographers for senaerea m < rea ett > B of other otherhave otherhave otherhave
have never never given this breach of theirhuslness theirbusiness their theirbusiness
business nauea much atteatfea atteatfeaIt
It was the amateur photographer photographerwho photograPherwho pbotograherwho
who first discovered dlseoveroohow ho now admirably pets petscould petscould petscould
could be made to sit for a aleture picture and andthe andthe andthe
the best photographs of this sort were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken by amateurs until we began to togive toghoe togive
give the matter our study and attention attentionBut atteattor attetionBut
r But at fashlon fashionable ble studios there used usedto usedto usedto
to be a dislike for plfbtogrphing petsfor pets petsfor petsfor
for the reason that the results were werenot werenot werenot
not apt to be good They frightened a acat acat acat
cat or a dog into a nervous state thatmade that thatmade tbatIDftde
made it wish to escape the moment it itentered itentered itentered
entered a studio studioWe studioe studioWe
We e get our sitter to feel at home thefirst the thefirst thefirst
first thing by giving it a saucer of milkor milkor milk milkor
or a chicken bone b de and after a little play playit playIt playit
it beeomes as tractable as a child It is isstage isstage isstage
stage fright that makes bad pteturea pletureawith ptetureawith tIetures tIetureswith
with babies bahi s and grown persons just as it itdoes itdoes itdoes
does with animals if they are pushed at atonce atonce atonce
once into a chair eha and the picture taken takenbefore takenbefore takenbefore
before the mood of repose has asserted asserteditself assertediUieU asserteditself
itself itselfI
I know kn w of photographers p Otorap en who in theirendeavors their theirendeavors theIrendeavors
endeavors to make a patron assume som somposture 80mp05turtt some someposture
posture that may b be entirely unnatural unnaturalbring unnaturalbring unnaturalbring
bring on a fit of nervousness nerv that t t is al almost almost aimoat ¬
most hysteria They keep turning the tfcahead thahead thehead
head this way or 01 that bending the iboor neck neckor nechor
or the elbow in a certain direction until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the sitter is in torture A human hU 1l being beingwill beingIII beingwill
will III stand staB tale sort of f thing h but t aa ani animal animal settrial ¬
mal will III not and we have to use gentle gentleand gentleand ent1E ent1EI
and subtle methods in order to get the thebest thebest thebest
I best results
I We make up the he animal pictures ra bythe
the dozen awl nti some of then are very veryhandsomely verybandfllOmel veryhandsomely
handsomely mounted Tbe studies atM of f ex expression exprenlon cipreasion ¬
pression in the different faces are e won wonderful wonderfuL wonelerful ¬
derful There ae serious d docs s and andcoquettish andcequettiah antcoquettish
coquettish kittens kUte vain val Angoras and andsplendid andsplendid andsplendid
splendid kingly St StOf Bernard BernardOf BernrisOf
Of course our sitters as a rule are aretoe arethe arethe
I the thoroughbreds ef their class c and this thisis thisIs thisIs
is the reason rea ltl verhaps 1t IMps why they are so sowell 50well sowell
well ln behaved beha bavd We e rarely he any ob obstreperous obstreperous ohstrepereus ¬
streperous aedete sad a d BO QWnrrel q rre r l has 93 93yet itsyet 3 3yet
yet Interfere Irrer with h the hacHMNnr JIaro of our ourstu ourstuMo ourLstuo
Lstuo stu stuMo o

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