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Dad Wears His Masonic Fez in Constantinople ConstantinopleThey They Find the Turks TurksBY TurksBY TurkssY
Copyright opr ht 1005 190 by Joseph B Bowles BowlesCONSTANTINOPLE BowlesONSTANTINOPLE BowlesONSTANTINOPLE
ONSTANTINOPLE Turkey Tur Turkey TurC ¬
key keyMy My Dear Old OldShrlner OldShrlner
C Shrlner ShrinerVo Wo 0 got out outof outoi outof
of of Russia just In trine to tokeep toItec tokeep
keep Itec from being arrested arrestedor
or blown up UI > with a abomb abomb abomb
bomb Dad wanted to togo tug togo
go g to Moscow because becauseIIP
lit 11 > saw a picture once of Moscow be being belaig ¬
ing destroyed by fire by Napoleon or orfroniPbody ormbod ormtbody
froniPbody mbod and he wanted to see if ifthcv ifthry ifthey
they had ever built the town up again againbut againbut againbut
but I felt a aas though something serious seriousAVUH seriousWdt4 seriouswd8
AVUH going to happen in that country countryif
if f we didnt look out and so I per persuaded perfuaded persuaded ¬
suaded dad to go to Turkey and the theday theay theday
day ay we started for Constantinople Constantln plc we wectthe wellt wecut
cut ctthe llt the news that the Nihilists had hadthrown hadthrown hadthrown
thrown a bomb under the carriage of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Grand Duke Serglua Sergi us and blew him himand himand IiItnand
and the carriage nrria e into small pieces not notbigger notbigger notbigger
bigger than a slice or summer sausage sausageand sausageInd
and 1 nd they had to sweep his remains up upin upin upin
in a dust pan and bury them in a two twoquart toquart twoquart
quart fruit jar Wouldnt that Jar Jaryou jarynut jarylu
you ynut ynutVhen
youWhen When dad heard about that you youcouldnt youcouldnt OU OUuldnt
couldnt uldnt have kept him in Russia RU8 ia on a abet abet abet
bet and so we let the authorities have haveall haveall haveall
all the money we had giving some to toeach toadl toeach
each man who held us up until we wegot weot wegot
got ot out of the country and then we wetook wetool wetook
took the th first fti st long lon breath we had taken takensince tAkensince takensince
since we struck Atru k the Godfors God = forsaken ken coun country country country ¬
try of the czar If the bombs hold out outI
I do not think there will be a 8 quorum quorumleft quorumIHt quorumleft
left in Russia In a year either czars czarsdukes czarsdukes czarsdukes
dukes or anything except peasants on onthe onth onthe
the th verge of starvation and working workingmen workln worklnITlf workingmen
men ITlf > n who have not the heart to work workI
I wouldnt take the whole of Russia Russiaa
ass oI1 < a sift and have to dodge bombsuiJl1t bombslilgllt bombs bombsnight
night and day daySay daySay dayRay
Say old man you never dreamed dreamedthat dreamedth dreamedthat
that th t I knew all about you and dad dadJoining dadjoinlJlg dadjoining
Joining the Masons that time but Iv I Iwatched Iatl1led
watched v you and dad giving each other otherPigns othertjgn othercoigns
Pigns and grips and whispering vhi iperin pass passwords passwords passwords ¬
words into each others ears in the thegrocery thegrocerS thegrocery
grocery nights after you had locked lockedup lockedUp lockedup
up I thought thou ht at the time that you youjind yourind
rind 11 nd dad were planning a burglary burgla p but butAvhen buthln butu
Avhen u hen you both went to the lodge one onejilght onelI onetight
tight lI ht and stayed till near morning and anddid an andid anddid
did came home with a red Turkish fez fezand fezand fezand
and told tol < l ma that you and he had joined joinedthe joinedthe joinedthe
the shrine which was the highest de degree degree degree ¬
gree in Masonry and you and he were werenobles werenobles werenobles
nobles and all that rot I was on to toyou toyou toyou
you bigger than a house hoUt and you youcouldnt yououldut youcouldnt
couldnt fool me when you ou and dad dadwinked dudwinl dadwinked
winked winl < cd at each other and talked about aboutcrossing aboutrolsinS aboutrossing
crossing the hot sands of the desert desertWell desertell desertWell
Well ell dad brought his red fez along alongt alongctuse
t ause I think he expected he h would wouldmoot woull11It wouldmeet
moot Shriners all over the world that thatho thathe
ho 11 could borrow money of When we westruck westruck westruck
struck Constantinople and dad saw that thatt
t very Vel c ery last one of the th Turks wore a red redit rdfz r d dfz
it fz z he felt as though he had got among
I Shriners and he got his fez out of hisj his histrunk histrunk
trunk and he wears itall the time timeDud timeDud timeDud
Dud acts as familial fnmiUmwlth with the Turks Turkshere Turkshere Turkshere
here as though he h owned dwheda a harem We Wego Wego Ve Vego
go to the low streetsahotit street about as wide as asstreet asn asa
n street car where Wh 1e Turks itre are le selling selling1things sellingthings sellingthings
things with Ith dad wearing 6 rIng his fez and andhe andlie
he begins to make motions and give givegrand givegrand givegrand I
grand hailing signs of < distress litr L3s and the
When Dad PUt His Hand on Her HerShoulder HerShoulder HerShoulder
Shoulder ShoulderTurks ShoulderTurks ShoulderTurks
Turks look at him as though he had hadrobbed hadrobbed hadrobbed
robbed a bank and they charge enor enormous enormous enormous ¬
mous prices fpr everything and dad dadpays dtJdpas dadpays
pays with a smile thinking his brother brotherMasons brotherlaS brotherMasons
Masons laS < 1ls are fairly f lrb giving thingsaway things aw awHe away
He looks upon all men who wear the thefez thefez thefez
fez as hit brothers and m they look at athim athim atlnlm
him as though he was crazy in the
head headThe headThe headThe
The only trouble is that dad insists insistson
on talking tKlkin to the women here without withoutan
an introduction and a woman in Tur Turkey Turkey Turkey ¬
key had rather die than have a Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian dog look at her Dad was buying buyingsome buyingsome buyingsome
some wormy worm figs of a merchant who whowas whowas whowas
was seated on the floor of his shop shopand shopand shopand
and giving him signs when a curtain
behind the Turk was pulled one side sideand sIdeI sideand
and a woman with beautiful eyes and
her face covered with a a veil came out outwith outwith outwith
I with a cup of coffee for the Turk Dad Dadshook Dadshook Dadshook
shook hands with her and said Your Yo r
husband and I belong to the same samelodge sameIodg samelodge
lodge < > and he was going to go inside insideand insideand insideand
and visit thP th family when the woman womanrew
drew rew a small dagger out of the tJ1 folds foldsof foldsor foldsof
of her dross and nd the Turk drew one oneof on onof oneof
of theee scimetrrs and it looked for
a moment as though I was going to be bea bea
a half hal orphan particularly when dad dadput dadput dadput
put his hand on her er shoulder and pet petted petted petted ¬ I
ted it and smiled one of those masher mashersmiles mashersmiles mashersmiles
smiles which he uses u at home and said saidJMy saidMy
JMy good woman you ou must not get getin getht
in the habit of jabbing your husbands huabandsrrIen husbandsfrlendl j
rrIen friends < hi with this crooked cutlery cutlerythough cutlerythough I Ithough
though to be killed kiU d by so handsome hand me a awoman itwoman awoman
woman would indeed be a sweet death deathbut deathbut i ibut
but the bluff did didnot not go and the wo woman woman woman
man disappeared behind the curtain curtainand curtainand curtainand
and dad had the frantic husband < lto ltodool to todoaI to todoal
doal with withI
I have never seen a human being bc ng
look as murderous as that Turk did as ashe ashe ashe
he drew his thumb across the blade ofhis of ofhis ofhis
his knife drew up his lip and snarled snarledlike snarledlike l1llrledlike
like a dog that has been bereaved of ofa ofa r
a promising bone by a brother dog that thatwas thatwas thatwas
was larger The Turk looked through throughhis
his teeth and his eyes seemed to act actlike aetHIe aCtlike
like small arc lights that were to show
him where to cut dad and dad began beganto
to turn pale and looked scared scaredGive scaredGive
Give him the grand hailing sign of ofdistress ofdistroos ofdistress
distress said I as dad loaned against againsta I
a barrel of dried prunes Dad said he hehad hehad hehad
had forgotten the sign si and then thenl I told tplddad tQl tQldad tolddad
dad the only onJ way out of it alive would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be to buy bu Something som thing so dad picked up upa upit upa
a little jimcrack worth about 10 10cents 10cents 100cents
cents and gave gave the Turk urk a fivedollargold fIvedollar livedollargold fIvedollarold
gold old piece Sindj and nrt while the Turk went in inbehind inbeh inbehind
behind beh lHI the curtain to get the change I
Get Out You Hounds Houndstold Houndstold I Itold
told dad now was the time to skip and andyou andOU andyou
you OU ought to have seen dad make asprint a asprint Rsprint
sprint out the th < > door and around a cor corner corner ¬
ner n < > r and up another 3noth < > r street stre < > t while I fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed him and wp w got ot away from the thedanger thedanger
danger of being stabbed d but dad ad got gothis gothis gothis
his foot into it again before we had I
gone a block blockNobody blockNobody blockNobody
Nobody in Constantinople Const 11t1noPle ever hur hurries hurdes hurries ¬
ries or goes off a walk so when thepeople the thepeople thepeople
people saw an old man with withR a fez on onhis onhis onhis
his head running amuck as they say sayhere sayhere sayhere
here followed by a beautiful boy bo they theybegan the thebegan theybegan
began to crawl into their holes think thinkink thinkink i
ink dad was crazybut cr crazy azy but when we were werepassing werepasslnS werepassing j
passing a sausage store where about
Took Me by the Ear and Stretched It Ittwenty ItOut
Out Outtwenty I
twenty hV nt dogs were asleep in h the street streetand streetamI streetanti
and dad da kicked half a dozen dogs and andyelled andY andyelled
yelled Y l1ed get out you ou hounds that thatsettled thatH1ttled thatsettled
settled It and they knew knew he was wasWrong waswrl
Wrong wrl r ig g in the head and they the yelled for forIho for1ho forihe
Iho police and we were pulled for fast fastdriving fastdriving fastdriving
driving and taken tak n before a Turkish Turkishjustice TurkishjuStice Turkishjustice
justice of the peace followed fo IOWed by the theWhole theWhole thewhole
Whole crowdThe croWd crovdThe croWdThe
The justice did not wear a fez buthad but buthad
had on a turban so dad did not give givehim givehim givehim
him any an signs but after jabbering a awthile ahne awhile
while hne they sent for an interpreter who whocould whocould ho hocould
could talk pigeon English and then dad dadhad dadhud dadhad
had a trial and I acted as his lawyer lawyerI
I told about how dad had tried to be bekind bekind bekind
kind and genial to another mans wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and how in his hurry to get away from fromthe fron1the fromthe
the murderous husband he fell over a amess an1ess amess
mess of dogs and that he was a a dis distinguished distinguiehe distinguished ¬
tinguished American An erican who was as in Tur Turkey Turke Turkey ¬
key ke to negotiate a loan to the sultan sultanSay sultanSay sultanSay
Say that fixed them and they all allmade allmade allmade
made salams to dad and bowed all over overthemselves overthemselyes overthemselves
themselves and the justice of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace prayed to Allah and the inter interpreter interpreter interpreter ¬
preter said we could go but to be careful care careful careful ¬
ful about touching a Turkish woman or ora ora ora
a dog particularly a dog as the th Turks Turkswere Turkswere Turkswere
were very sensitive on the dog question ques question qustlon ¬
tion So we went out of the court room roomand roomand roomand
and wandered around the th town and andyou andOU andyou
you OU can an bet that dad didnt look at any
more women though tb ngh they were ere every everywhere riter riterwhere everywhere ¬
where with veilsthat veils that t covered their theirfaces theirfaces theirfaces
faces so nothing but their eyes e es could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be seen seenGee seenGee seenGee
Gee but you never ncter sawsuch s saw sueh eyes e os as asthese asthese asthese
these Turkish women wom n have They are arebig arebig arebig
big and andbla black < k ahd they ey go right rightthrough rHhtthrough rightthroughh
through you ou and an4 allncti clinch on the other otherside otherside otherside
side Dad says sa s the fh facilities for get getting betting et etting ¬
ting Into trouble are better In Constan Constantinople Constantinople Constantinople ¬
tinople than any place we wehave > have been beenas beenasthe asthe as asthe
the men look like bandits and the wo women women women ¬
men look like executioners Dad Dadthanked Dadthanked
thanked me for helping him out of that thatscrape thatscrape thatscrape I
scrape by b claiming he was the agent of ofa ofa ofa
a financial syndicate that wanted to tolend tolend tolend
lend money to the sultan If I had said saidldad saiddad saiddad
dad was a collecting agency ncP to make makethe makethe makethe
the sultan pay up they would have havesentenced havesentenced
sentenced to him to be boiled in oil 011Vell oilbell
Well we thought we had been In Introublc introuble j
trouble before but we are In it now nowworse nowworse nowworse
worse than ever We Ve hoard at the hotel hotelthat botalthat hotelthat
that at 11 oclock oclq k in the morning the thesultan thesultan thesultan
sultan would pass by in a a cartilage canjlagcwith cartilagewith carriagewith
with an escort on the way to a mosque mosqueto
to pray pra to Allah and everybody could couldsee couldsee couldsee
see the sultan so we got a place lace on a abalcony abalcony abalcony
balcony and at the appointed time theprocession the theprocession
procession came in sight It was Im Imposing ImpOling 1n1posing ¬ I
posing but solemn olenm and t Uhe he people on onOt1l onboth I Ibpth
both Ot1l sides of the street acted like they theydo j
do In America when the funeral of a agreat agreat agreat I
great man is passing No man spoke spokeand spokeand I Iand
and all looked as as though they expected expectedif
if they moved to be arrested and have havea
a stone tied to their feet and thrown thrownInto thrownInto throwninto
Into the Bosphorus the way they the kill killone Idllone killone
one of th the sultans wives when she sheflirts she1lirts sheflirts
flirts with a stranger strangerWe strangerVe strangerWe
We watched the soldiers and finallythe finally finallythe finallythe
the carriage of the sultan came andin nndin and Jndin
in it was a dried up u man with liver livercomplaint lcrcomplaint livercomplaint I
complaint with th a nose nose like an eagle easleand ealcand eagleand
and eyes like shoe buttons He looked lookedas
as 13 though death would be a relief and andyet andyet
yet he seemed afraid of it and there thereAvas therewas therewas
was v no sound of welcome such as there thereAvould therewould
would be If Roosevelt was riding down downMichigan downIichlgan downMichigan
Michigan avenue at Chicago Chica o on the theway theway theway
way to the stockyards stock ardff to t pray pra to Ar Armour Armour Armour ¬
mour instead of to toAllah toAllahLOU Allah AllahYou AllahYou
You could have heard a pin drop I Isaid Isaid Isaid
said Dad this is too solemn even evenfor cenfor evenfor
for a sultan Lets give him the mu muversity uni university university ¬
versity yell ell and show that mummy mummythat mummythat mummythat
that he has got two friends In Constan Constantinople Constantinople Constantinople ¬
tinople anyway Here she goes goessays goessays oes oessays
says dad ad and we leaned over the rail railing rallinl railing ¬
ing inl just as the thesultans sultans carriage was Avasright wasright wasright
right in front of us and not ten feet feetaAvay feetawaP feetaway
away and in that oppressive silence silencedad silencea silencedad
dad a and I opened up URahRahWisConSin URahRah URahRahWisConSin URahRahVisConSin
WisConSin zipboomAh and then thenAVO thenwe thenwe
we started to sing Therell Be a Hot HotTime Hotrime HotTime
Time in the Old Town Tonight TonightWell TonightVell TonightWell
Well if any man in the crowd had hadtouched hadtouched
touched oft a bomb there could have haAebeen l1aebeen havebeen
been no greater consternation The sul sultan sultan sultan ¬
tan turned pale as pale as so yellow a aman R Rman aman
man could and became faint and fell fellover feUover fellover
over into the arms of a general who AVhosat whosat whosat
sat beside him the Bazi Bazouks > on onhorseback onhorseback onhorseback
horseback began to ride up and down doAvnthe downthe downthe
the street the crowd scattered the sul sultans sultans sultans ¬
tans carriage was turned around and andrushed andrushetl andrushed
rushed back to the palace with the theruler thtruler theruler
ruler of Turkey having a lit and about
100 soldiers came up on the th veranda AcrandaAvhere vCrandawhere verandawhere
where dad da and I had broke up the pro procession procession procession ¬
cession and they lit on dad like buz buzzards buzzards buzzards ¬
zards on a dead horse and took pos possession possession possession ¬
session of the hotel and began bt gan to
search our our baggage bagggeOne bags g gOne x xOne
One Turk choked dad until his tongue tonguehung tonguehung tonguehung
hung out out of his mouth and another anothertook anoth anothertook r rtook
took me by the ear and stretohed it out outso outso
so it was long as a mules ear and they theytook the thetook theytook
took us to a bastile and dad says it is 1sall isall IsaU
all up with us now because they th will willdrown Idrown I Idlown
drown us Is HKe 1I Bk a mass m as of kittens k tt ns in a abag nbag abag
bag and all because bec use AVC w woke them up tyAAith upwith upwith >
with a a football yell In the wrong place placeWell nlaeeWell placeWelt
Well we mightas might as well wind uj u > our ourcareer ourcareer ourcareer
career here as anywhere Goodbye Goodbyeold GOQdb e eota
old man You Avlll see S our obituary obtu ryln rylnth in inthe inthe
the th papers Your repentant repentantHENNI5RY repentantHEN
Copyright Cop right 1905 by b Joseph Jo ph B Bowles BQAAICSTHIRTY Bowlest BowlesTHIRTY BowlesTHIRTY
Many Traditions Concerning the theMoney theMoney theMoney
Money Paid to Judas JudasNew Jud JudasNew s sNew
New York Sun SunTradition SunTradition SunTradition
Tradition and legend le nd supply a long lon his history history ¬
to tory of tho thirty pieces pl e of silver paid to toJudas toJudas toJudas
Judas for the betrayal of Christ Ch11 t of one of ofwhich ofwhich
which Mark Fisher of this city thinks he hewas hewas hewas
was robbed recexi recently iy A series of tradi traditions tntditlonJ traditions ¬
tions would carry carr it back to the time of ofTerah orIerah ofTorah
Torah father of Abraham for his hands luutdKwe handswe
W we are told fashioned and made the 30 30pieces t0pieces 0 0pieces
pieces of silver which were WeT kept intact intactfrom intactfrom intactfrom
from that time until they were used use as asthe astho asthe
the purchase money fer the potters field fieldor fieldor fieldor
or field of blood bloodTerah bloodTerah bloodTerah
Terah having made them Abraham took tookthem tookthem tookthem
them with him when he left Chaldea and andused amdused andused
used them as part of the purchase money moneyfor m moneyfor ney neyfor
for the cave of Machpelah They The appear appearnext appearnxt appearnext
next in the hands bRn s of the Ishmaelltea who AAhopaid whopaid whopaid
paid them to Josephs brethren when they theysold tbe tbesold theysold
sold him vlm into bondage bondageI bondageAs
As s the Biblical version ver ion of the story storysays storyS storysays
says S ys that only 30 pieces of silver was the theprice theprice theprice
price paid for Joseph we must conclude concludein lon lude
in order to keep the tbeO SO 5 pieces Intact either eitherthat eitherthat
that the other 10 were wt > re paid with them themsome ir irsumo 1 1some
some other purchase or accept the state statement statement ¬
ment made by b the writer in the fourteenth fourteenthcentury fourteenthcentury omt4enlhcontur3
century that For thirtti pens they sold soldthat soldthat soldthat
that child childeHoweAer chUdcHlJwer childHowever
However this may be tradition says saysthat saysU saysthat
that U nt these same pieces of silver cameinto came cameinto camointo
into the possession of Q Jose Joseph i himself himselfAvheiv himselfwhen timaal timaalWhlU
when his brethren went down into Epypt Epyptto 3pt
to buy corn On the death of Jacob they theyfound theyfound theyfound
found their Ava way > into the royal roy l treasury treasuryof
of Sheba where Joseph sent them to pay payfor ptl ptlfor payfor
for spices to embalm his father fatherHere fatherHere ath r rHere
Here they t11 < remained rt > undisturbed for a along alon a along
long lon period of years ear8 In fact until the theQueen theQuefn theQueen
Queen of Sheba made her wonderful visit AisItto visitto visitto
to King Kin Solomon when wh > n they the figured figuredamong figuredamong figuredamong
among the gifts presented by the queen qtinciito IURento
to the ruler whose wh fame had roused rou d her hercuriosity Ilercurloslt hercuriosity
curiosity curiosityFrom curloslt curlosltFrom curiosityFrom
From Jerusalem they the found their way wayback wayback wayback
back to Arabia This wa was in the reign of oCRehoboam ofRellOboom ofRehoboam
Rehoboam when the king of Egynt having hav having hHVIng ¬
ing despoiled the temple save Hve them to tothe tothe tothe
the king of Arabia Arab I his ally as part of ofhis othl ofhis
his hl share of the plunder plunderAcain plunderAJ8in plunderAgain
Again they the rest this time until the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of Christ when Slelchoir one of the thewise thewise thewise
wise men brought them from Arabia and andplaced Mml1lftcerl andnlaeed
placed them at the th fet of the infant infantSavior blrRlttSavior ihfantSavior
Savior as part of his offering During the thehurried thehurried thehurried
hurried flight into Egypt they the were in the thekeeping thekeeping thekeeping
keeping of the Virgin Mary Iar but when whenclosely whcndostly whenclosely
closely pursued by b the soldiers of Herod Herodshe Htrodshe Herodshe
she stopped to Inquire the th way WR of a man manwho mnnwho manwho
who was sowing sowln corn and in her haste basteand hasteand hastcand
and confusion she dropped them themScarcely thmScarc themScarcely
Scarcely Scarc > ly were the holy hol r family out of ofsight ofsi ofsight
sight si ht when the corn the th < > nvm had boon boonsowing busowln beensowing
sowing sowln miraculously snrang up and grow growAlmost grl grlAlmost grewAlmost
Almost immediately Herod soldiers ap ¬
peared pcar d and Inquired of the sower if ha hahad hehad
had seen the Infant Savior ond his par parents parents parouts ¬
ents The man man rciI1 rej replied fled a that t at no one on had hadpassed hKc1sscd hadpassed
passed sscd that way since his corn was W8S90WJ1 W8S90WJ1and sown sownand sownand
and the tl1 soldiers considering furtltajr urt11 pur pursuit pursuit pursuit ¬
suit in that direction dlr cUon useless turned buck buckand backand t tand
and gave g v up thesearch thesearchThe the thesearehThe frearch frearchThe
The money mone wits de found by a shepherd shepherdwho sh shepherdwho pherd pherdwho
who kept ept it intact inta t for r years y ars fh4U1be1nt Thnbeingafflicted Tha fh4U1be1ntaffUcted being beingafflicted
afflicted by a a disffasG dls tl that ya b5 k pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced incurable he applied to the Sa Savior SavlOt Savior ¬
vior for help > and was healed O Oat t oC oCgratitude otgratiblde ofgratitude
gratitude he presented pr ented the th money maltO Hs an anoffering anofterlng anoffering
offering at the high altar and soon aft afterward afterward afterward ¬
erward it was used to pay pt Judas for his hisact hiaact hi hiact
act of treachery treacheryVaxlous troacberYarlQu3 treacheryVarious
Various reasons haA have e been glwn gtoen18 ven tie t ex explain explain explain ¬
plain why wh Judas exacted Just that ameunt ameuntOne arneuntOne MneuntOne
One Is that he believed himself chaatod chaatodout cht chtout ch xted xtedout
out of so much ml h though the us 1M 4C ethe ethebox C the thebox thebox
box of ointment for if it hall bn still stillfor a kl klfor k1tor
for 960 pence he would have appraprited apprapriteda aJqjrrt t ta
a tenth Agate it its said that thathaving JWteK JWteKhaving I lI lIhaving
having been sent t b by > y Christ Chri t en e Holy HolyThursday Holyrhursda HolyThursday
Thursday rhursda with that th amount of money to tomake tomake tomake
make ready the last supper fell r u aesieep aesieepby a leeu leeuby kepby
by the wayside w skl and Avas was as robbed In th thmidst thmidst the themidst
midst of his distress Pilate appeared and andbeing andbllQ andbeing
being bllQ tempted he agreed to betray his hismaster h hm8stfr hismaster
master for the amount ot money of which AVhtchhe wklhhe whichhe
he had been robbed robbedWhea robbidhen robbedWhen
When hen smitten by b remorse remo J he e caM Ufttdown caMdoAvn restdown
down the th pieces of silver in the temple temyteand tenlt templeand te teand
and the prieste lrlfS belieAine it not htwful ktwfulbeing htwfulbeinjj Ittwtulbetn
being betn the price > rice of bto bkHtdto d to return them themto themto themto
to the treasury purchased with tn them m the thepotters thepottr thepotters
potters field the th field 1J k1 of blood This Thisfield Thisfield Thisfield
field was long supposed to be possessed posReseetiof poI8e poI8ef
of f unusual unu ual powers among anIOn them that of ofrapidly ofrapidly
rapidly decomposing bodies bOtll buried in It Itso Itso itso
so that large quantities of the earth were werecarried Wirecarried werecarried
carried away awR The Pisan erne crusader adera took tookseme tookseme tooksome
seme of the earth with them for tv theCampo the thecampo thecampo
campo santo in Pisa and the Empress EmpressHelena EmpreHellna lmpreesIelena
Helena had some of it taken to Romr EumePortions RomrPortions R4HnPortions
Portions of it are still shown in various variousparts varlonsparts IUI0 IUI0parts
parts of Europe where it Is said to have havebeen 1188been havebeen
been preserved preservedOne preservedOne
One tradition says that only hK K Q of f the thethirty thethlrt thethirty
thirty thlrt pieces plC of silver sllv r wOre HWN used As pur perchase purchase ¬
chase chR < 4 money for the rh field W of blood the theothers th thotbers theothers
others being ooin given a as a brtt bribe t te the JMI JMIdiers eidiets O Ol1k
diets l1k > rt who jjuard guarded d the Keputetoret puletwe A that thatthey thlitthey thatthey
they might say SIt that the body ttl f MT LoadIhad Ix Load Lol11uH1 > nl nlhad
11uH1 had been > Il stolen Here according to tra tradition tradillon lraditlon ¬
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