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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 15 February 1902

< I i g THE THE COLORED COLORED AMMn CA AN t WASIUNGTOND wAsgr TC moN D d d MRS M1Si M1SWASHINGTONS M ls i WASHINGTONS CASE CASEAn CASEAn An Appeal to Churches for Funds Fundsto Fundsto Fundsto to Enlist Legal Aid A Fund FundforHome Fundfor FundforHome forHome for Home Protection is Asked AskedIt AskedIt AskedIt It will be remembered that Mrs MrsAda MrsAda MrsAda Ada Washington a few days ago shot ehotwhite shota a > a white man who had invaded her berhome herhome home after wronging her he young slater slaterrn sisterIn In protection of her family a ie e wound wounded wounded ed a Mr Taylor Ste la now in con cantinement conflnement finement pending trial Her case casemerits oasemerita casemerits merits the sympathetic attention of ofevery ofevery every Nfgro N tgro In the District The prao praotlce praotfce praotics tics of seducing 8eduoiu colored working git girls girlsi Is Isf f i by whl whle e men for whom th they y are oom oompelled oompelled pelled to labor shoal shoull...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

v t 1 P 21 I PWA r fr 9s 19iio JI utagl 1 II III I Q II 9 9II = II IIT1A fi 7 I Ir 1 0 NAL T1A EGR O SPAPER I Ifi r I M3 1 1f1 J f1 VOL VOLIX IX 3STO46 NO 46 WASHINGTON D C FEBRUARY 22 2 1902 PRICE FIVE OEjSTS CEl TS Y FLOWERS OF MEMORY MEMORYGARLANDS MEMORYGARLANDS IEMORYGARLANDS GARLANDS OFPRA1SE OF 1PRAISE PRAISE FOR FORWORK FORWORK FORWORK WORK OF DOUGLASS DOUGLASSThe The Pen and Pencil Club Brings To Together Together Together ¬ gether lake h Giants of Modern Istory Istoryto to Honor5 Honor HonorShe h e Departed Departed ChIeftaInLes ChIeftaInLessons CKloftalrv Los Lossons sons Taught by His Life LifeLast + ti tiLast V > V VLast Last Friday was a gala occasion for forthe forthe forthe the Pen and Pencil Club It was wasDouglass wasDouglass wasDouglass Douglass Night and could the phy physical physical physical ¬ sical eye of the departed Sage of Ana Anacostia Anacostia Anacostia costia have gazed upon the assemblage assemblageor or could his deafened ear have listened listene...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

t j 2 THE COLORED C GLOBED AJVIEKIOAK A lflflRIOKN 11 IWAS TrASHDTGKLOJS INGf1 UN D U I rrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr 1 By BySHADOW E SHADOW DADOW AND LIGHT LIGHTi F Judge M Miffitrt ffU I IWlst II WlstarG1bbs Wlst r Gabbs Gabbst GabbsA 4 4S 4c 4Late I t c S i j < f Late LateV U 5 Con Consxll Conn ys A An n Autobiography A U t 0 b lograp h y sxll to Madagas Madagascar Fr car carI 4 I f The T Thee ee e is no man m living who ho is more moreable moreable 1 able to write sn n autobiography andmake and andmake andmake make It interesting and biitorical hi torieal thai thaiJudgp thalJudge thatJudge Judge M W Gibbs late consul con ul to toMadagascar toMadagaflcar toF F Madagascar from the Uoited U olted States Statepand StatpFand Statesand and probably the most picturesque of oithe ofthe ofthe the Afro < mericans of the old school schooland BCboelI echocland I and certainly the moat experienced experiencedJudge experiencedJudge experiencedJudge Judge Gibbs has ha hl just issued I sued fro...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

j l THE COLORED AMERICAN WASHESTGTOJN D C 3 FATE FATEBy By J JAMES ss R TIMS TrotsFate TIMSFata TIMSFate power that Fate Is Is the only power ower that rivals death deathAnd deathAud deathAud Aud with the fleeting sun he rounds the globe globeHit alobeIii globeflit Hit Iii Bwayine wn1in sceptre gives the world each breath breathHis breathliS breathHis His liS scimitar of death hangs neathhis neath his robeFate robe robeFate robeFate Fate failure fame three gods in one oneRule oneRule oneRule Rule both the awesome night and glittering sun suniTis sunTis sunTis Tis fate decrees the miseries of the hour hourThe hourThe hourThe The strength to winds the essence to the flower SowerThe flowerbe flowerThe The be peace and quiet that pervades the soulFate souL souLFate souLFate Fate makes the hearth of rich or orpoor poor his goalPrepare goaL goaLPrepare 20aLP Prepare P epare thyself to t9 measure swords with him himGrow himGrow himGrote Grow strong and husband well thy strength strengthFar...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

z ii T A Ac U i it imE c IuIF7 10 10j 10I j t I 4 rHE COLORED > AMERIC AMERIOAN AN WASH W ASBC su ING1ON IN GTOST JX D C f 4 FLOWERS OF MEMORY MEMORYContinued MEMORYContiDu MEMORYCofltinued Continued ContiDu d from 1 t pg pgancient p g gncient I Iancient ancient or modern times the speakercontinued speaker speakercontinued speakercOlltinued continued has been shown greater re reverence reverence reverence ¬ verence verenceThe verenceThe verenceThe The distinguished characteristic of ofMr ofMr ofMr Mr Douglass was thoroughness Withan Withan With Withan an attractive and charming personal personality personallty ¬ personal ity and an exceptional vocabulary he hewas heI hewas I was well equipped for diplomatic service ser service sert ¬ vice and his labors in the field of dip diplomacy diplomacy diplomacy ¬ lomacy were of the highest orderDouglass order orderDouglass ord r rDouglass t Douglass endeavored to be as near nearperfect nearperfect nearperfect perfect as possible in everyt...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

> < Ji Jirltl r I j IfflB ° CtXLOED c otoi t ttED nn AMEJEtlCAST AiuiiniC N WASmNGlUN WASH1NGI o BB J i 5 1 I THEMANaONTHEaCORNER THEMANaONTHEaCORNERChats THE MAN ONaTHEaCORNER y k ti k y7 y7l l Chats Cheerily cif She Pass Passing ng Throng and Peeps PeepsInto Peepst t Into She Recesses of Vanity Fair Fairt 3 s sV V t > There Thereisnt isnt a more picturesque figurein figure figurein figurein in our national life today than Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬ ernor Pinchback A fine gentleman gentlemanof of the old school would naturally be bohis behis behis his classification 1 ut it that applies to tothe tothe tothe the popular Lou ian only in a lim limited limited limited ¬ silver silverlocks silverlocks silverlocks ited manner tl t glistening locks and neat bears of like hoariness hoariness1U hoarinesscourteous hoarinesscourteous bearing and faultless tailor tailoring tailoring courteous he looks the part to aTbut aTbuthis a Tbut Tbuthis 1U 1Uhis ing when whenlie whenhe whe...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

i S n F 1 j G THE T1Et1COLOR1 COLORED D AMEBICA3T Al RICA W wAsm ASIItNGrOJS GPON D C 1 ao 100 100OIITICA OIITICA l I lOSGRESSVJAN OSGBE SIAN lAC C W Thom p pBOD peon 14 C eon of wfrat is known as the theTaakepee theTORk theTw Taakepee TORk Tw kegee IZE8 district of Alabama is isa ist t a consstent friend of Negro advance advancement advancement advancenient ¬ ment HIa influence iaflw nee has frequently frequentlybeen freq1entlybaen frequentlybaen 1 baen crenel exerte11n in behalf of worthy mem members members members ¬ bers of cur race His work baa made madehim madehim 4 r him deservedly popular in the Black BlackBait Blackr BlackBelt 1 Bait BaitBn BeltBin JJ JJi i Bn B m Tilmau is at it again againWho againti againt ti t Who la b boked nked for that Sierra Leone Leoneconsulship Leonei Leoneconeulebip i consulship consulshipN r i Ngrocs N gross are becomjag scarce at theCenena the theCensus theI I Census office officePresident officeI officePresident I President Rooaevtlt doesnt ta...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

r THE TJi j CCXLOEB COL bpi n1ID AMI3BICAK A MERICANW WAS ASHINGTON GTON D C if 1itj TREBLE CLEF AT WORK WORKA A Ladies Organization that is isExerting isExerting isExerting Exerting a Healtheful Influence Influencein in she Quaker City CityChurch Chxirch of ofTyfie cg15he ofShe She Crucifixion Burns to the T5feGround 15heGround theGround Ground GroundPhiladelphia GroundPhiladelphia GroundPhiladelphia Philadelphia Pa Special SpecialSurely SpecialSurelymUBlc SpecialSurelymusic Sorely Sorelymaaio music has Its charm and thie was wasmanifested wasmanifested wasmanifested manifested on last Tuesday evening eveningwhen eveningwben eveningwben wben the lovers overa of music filled the thsparish th thparIsh theparish parish building of the Caurch of theCrucifixion the theCrucifixion theOracifixlon Crucifixion to attend the musical soiree soireegiven soireegiven soireegiven given by the Philadelphia Treble Clef Clefafiaiated Clefassisted Clefassisted assisted by the Mandolin and Guitar Guit...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

THE COLOBEDJfAMEBIOA COLD ED AMERICA T T WASHINGTON D C I k Planks From The Platforms PlatformsRJECORD PlatformsRECORD k RECORD OF A BUSY WEEK IN THE LITERARY LITERARYLIFE LITERARY LITERARYLIFE LITERARYcc cc LIFE OF WASHINGTON WASHINGTONMAJOR MAJOR DOUGLASS REM REMINISCENCES REMINISCENCES REMcc cc INISCENCES 7 s + + v Last Sunday was a lively day at atthe atthe atthe the Second Baptist Lyceum The Theweather Theweather Theweather weather was fine and the house was waspacked WilSpacked waspacked packed with goodlooking and interested inter interested interested ¬ ested ladies and gentlemen It was wasDouglass wasDouglass wasDouglass Douglass Day and the ovation thatwas that thatwas thatwas was accorded the deceased leaders me memory memory memory ¬ mory was hearty and spontaneous spontaneousMajor spontaneousMajor spontaneousMajor Major Charles R Douglass was the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal principal speaker and the selection selectionwas selectionwas selectionwas was a most ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

< r rTHE jj jja a = E 1 10 THE COLORED AMEBICAK A f1i1RICAN RIVAN WASOTtfGWPOK W WASH AS1IINGTQ NGPON D C t i x SHREDS i iAND o oo i iPATCHES AND PATCHES i o f GROWTH GROWTHGrow GROWTHf f i Grow Gr w u the th trees treesYour trow ow owY Year Y onr head lifted straight to the sky skyYour skyYonrroots skyYour Your Yonrroots roots holding fast where they lie lieIn lieIn lieIn In the th richness below belowYour belowYour belowYour Your branches outspread outspreadTo outspreadTo outspreadi i To the sun ponrine down and the dew dewWith dewWith dewa a With tho glorious infinite blue blueStretching blueStretchinr blueStretching Stretching over ov ovpryonr r your head headOOKER headr headBOOKER r OOKER City is anew town located locatedon ° BOOKER on the Kansas City Memphis Memphisnd MemphisfEci I ud nd Birmingham Railroad in inJefferson Ini inJefferson 1 i Jefferson County Alabama It Itls is eight eightmiles eightr eightC r miles from Birmingham right in the theheart theheart theheart hea...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

rI t b j jTHE r THE COLORED AMERICAN i ib i l W AM11RIC4N WASHINGTON D C 1 1 1 li 1 r = 2t 2tVhere = to the theCalcium N NCalcium c Where v vCalcium E Calcium Shines Shinesr t 0 f 0 r1I ii 11 r ISS Henrietta Vinton Davis is iaM iswlnttring M M wlattrlng in Chicago and be being beIng befug 1 1 ing known as the premier elo eloratirniatofthergoB elorl1t1rnlst elocuticni8t ratirniatofthergoB rl1t1rnlst of the r20R baa no trouble In Infilling infilling infilling filling time tJm in a profitable manner mannerthrouehont mannertbroullbout mannertbrouahont throuehont the middle West Mias MiasDavia 1tIlesDavIa 31assDavia woman womanand womanand womanand Davia 13 a remarkable young and bad she not been handicapped by byuafavoratla byuaravorat1 bynafavoratle uafavoratla racial origin she he vapId to today todyy ¬ day by virtue of her acknowledged acknowled ed tal talents talen talents ¬ rink nk with dramatic artists of ofthe otthe ofthe ents en 3 take r Maude Adams Jnlla JnllaMarlowe JnllaMarlo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

h = > 11 11J 12 1f THE COLORED AMERICAN MERIC WASHIKGrTOK ± f > C J 1 BISHOP COPPIN RETURNS RETURNSTo ry u To Lecture at Metropolitan A AM AM AM M E Church Monday Evening EveningPreaches EveningPreeches Preaches at Same Church ChurchSundevy ChurchSund ChurchSunday 7 Sunday Sund y Morning MorningBlahrp MorningI MorningBlshep Blahrp L J Coppla C < 1ppia wo Wf 0 hag just re returned 1eturned rteturned I turned from Sou Souh h Africa after a tonr tourof tonrof tonrof of many montbp will wlJlleoture lecture a at the theMetropolitan theJ theMetropolitan J 1 Metropolitan A M E church Monday Mondayevening MondayeVfntn Mondayevening evening eVfntn tebiuay the twenty fourth fourthand fourthand fourthsouth and will take ae bla PUJ pu j c cAfrica lI South SouthAfrica outh outhAfrloa Africa Past P 1St Pre Prppn Qn Ti ini qnr n c Future The i Bishop L J Coppin CoppinBishop CoppinBishop Bishop will also preach at the same samechurch Bameohurch samechurch church tomorrow morning February F...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

L1i 1f i iCOLORED F 14s m I E t rHE HE COLORED AMERICAN A WASHINGTON D C Ce 13 G DOUGLASS Dp ASS REMEMBERED REMEMBEREDExercises REMEMBEREDExercises REMEMBEREDExercises Exercises Held In Many Public PublicSchools PublicSchools I ISchools Schools to Review the Lessons LessonsTaught LessonsTauJtht LessonsTaught Taught by the Great Commoner CommonerIn In pursuance of the custom estabhed estab established e tab tablhed ¬ lished < hed six years ago Douglass Day Daywas DayViai Daywas was observed last Friday in all of the thecolored thecolored thecolored colored schools of the District of Colombia Co Colambia Colambla lambia At the M Street High School Schoolfive Schoolfive Schoolbte five hundred young people and scores scorescf scoresof cf visitors isltor commemorated the life andpublic and andpublic andpublfc public services of Frederick Douglass Douglassjlrs Douglassors ors rs Anna J Cooper principal had hadarranged hajarranged ha3arranged arranged the program Old Glory Glorypictures...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

Yz + 1 t 1 < C Ci i 14 ftm 1 ° li c t LO1 wibm 1D AM A RljA CAN 1I W W ASffiithOi Sm dJONIt D DtN d dI dI I < I N Straiglten Kin ky Curly Hair Hairl l 9 9i i l i J Jto to torr w rr rrj rri 7 7r j r a l i j c m WFo r VI rAFTER L Li i 1r 1 r BEVV ARNED ARNEDr r N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and and cause the thehair thehair IT hair to grow long and which are simply put up bv by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thesale thesole I sale idea to get your hardearned cash and give you you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessgreases greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmentof of the United States of America on every box of OZONO King of all HairGrowers and HairStraighteners This trademark con 1 sists of two heads as shown in this advertisementon...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

rHE COLORED OLOREPAM AMERICAN ROAN WASffiNTGT W S G1 ON D C 15 = i The Betel Brunswick Brunswicki J i 235 PuMTLVANIA A An AND 220 B ST STN N W WOn WOn Won On European Plan PlanFirst PlanFirst J First riaas in Every Particular Particularff Particulars s J G VAN BRA BRAOKLE BRAOKLEPROPRICTORI BRACKLEPRopunOR CXLE CXLEPROPRwroft PROPRICTORI PROPRICTORIWASHINGTON PRopunORWASHINGTON PROPRwroftWASHINITON WASHINGTON U i C CSEDUCEDI J Jj JBEDUCCl yl ylSEDUCED j SEDUCED REDUCEDHI SEDUCEDHia REDUCED REDUCEDHit Hit HI Keadlngsto KeadlngstoLadles ReadIngs to toLadles toLadies Ladles 250 Gents 50 o ojldest oPROF oPROF PROF CLAY CLAYIde jldest Ide at established Clairvoyant tells your yourbusiness yourbURtness yourbnsiness r business love affairs lamllv troubles about aboutawBulle aboutj1wllnllB aboutlwsnite j1wllnllB awBulle divorces or anything you wish to toKnow toKnow t tsnow Know brings se aratea together to ether causes causesipeedy causesIpeedy causespeedy ° ipeedy marriages removes family...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 22 February 1902

c 3 7 J > n + S 1 X m t X a ai ar6 i II r6 6 MBK COLORED t LOR 7 AMERICA AV1mCABJWAsmN BASHINGCOT p G Olf OI + f IX a I AID TO MRS WASHINGTONChurch WASHINGTON WASHINGTONChurch WASHINGTONChurch Church and Lyceum raise Col Collections Collections Collections lections to Assist in She 1Sh 1ShProsecution bheProsecution SheProsecution ProsecutionThe Prosecution ProsecutionThe ProsecutionThe I The Colored American Ame 1can baa spoken at atlength atlength length and a number of times of thecae the thecase thecase case of Mrs l lrs Ada Washington who whots whotsnow isDOW is isnow now confined 1 the District jail j il to together toirether to togather ¬ gather with her young sister tor shoot shooting shooting shooting ¬ ing Mr Try Tryon on a white man In defenoe defenceof defenoeof defenoeof of her home Letters were sent en n lastFriday last lastFriday lastFelday Friday to the pastoraof Mtora ottbe the eightyeight eightyeightcolored eJghtyeightcolored eightyeightcolored colored char oharc...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

L > = y S Sr ti r N I Ir r i iL iI iIi iII iIeseaIaop I 1 I I III aslgVI I 11 4 4tP eseaIaop II I I i o tPVOL VOL IX NO 46 VASHINGTON D C MARCH 1 1902 I PRICE FIVE CELTS I A FOOTING INTIIE IN THE SOIL SOILLANDGETTING SOILLANDGETTING SOILLANDGETTING LANDGETTING EMPHASIZED EMPHASIZEDIN IN THE SOUTH LAND LANDAnnual LANDAnnual LANDAnnual Annual Negro Conference at Tuske Tuskedeo Tusketoo Tuskegee too How Homes and Farms Can be beAcquired beAcquIred beAcquired Acquired Told by Men Who Sacrifice SacrificePresent SacrificePresont SacrificePresent Present Comforts for She oh Future FutureTuskegee Ss SsTuskegee V VTuskegec Tuskegee Ala Special SpecialThe The Elev Eleventh Ilevnth lrleventh ¬ enth nth Annual Negro Conference has justclosed just justclosed justdosed closed and it was by all odds the most mostinteresting mostinteresting mostinteresting interesting one ever held both in point pointof pointof pointof of attendance and discussion There are 2000 Negro farmers in this County Coun...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

± w f AMERICANWASHiNGTON tt WASth PO t D C 2 THE COD COLORED O E ED AM1ICA j 4 r ri i L Our Schools And nd Colleges CollegesECHOES k > k ECHOES EROM THE EDUCATIONAL FIELD FIELDAND FIELDI 14 I AND NEWS OF THE THE WORKERS THEREIN THERENt THERENJ Sa SaF t F J I j fL The Tuskegee Song SongTuskecee Songi I 4 i I Tuskecee thou pride ride of the swift growing South SouthWe SouthWe 1 > We pay thee ourhomaee today todayFor todayf f 4 For the worth of thy teaching the joy of thy care careAnd c careAnd re reAnd And the good we have known neath thy sway swayOh swayOh s Oh long striving striviD mother of diligent sonsAnd sons sonsAnd sonsAnd And of daughters whose strength is their pride prideWe pridei i i We will love ove thee forever and ever shall walk walkThro 1 + I Thru the oncoming years at thy side sideThy sideThy j Thy hand we have held up the difficult steeps steepsWhen steepsr r j When painful and nd slow was the pace paceAnd paceAnd paceAnd And onward and upward weve labored wit...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 1 March 1902

r t r Wnf WnfTtrn TfflECCXLOBEB Ttrn Ifli COLORED COLO1U AMjRICllr WASHINGTON D C Ci g ii JEALOUSY JEALOUSYHer Her husband tells her al alThe a aThe alThe The secrets of his past pastiThe pastThe pastThe The trade cares which enthral enthralThe enthraIThe enthral enthralThe The end to gain at Ist IstAnd 1 stAnd st stAnd And Is she happy No NoHer NoHer NoHer Her Her life with grief is fraught fraughtBecause fraughtBecause fraughtBecause Because she cannot know knowThe knowThe knowThe The thoughts hes nevr thought thcushtWe thculhtWe 4 4We We Pause for fQr a Reply ReplyWho Who are our leaders Jederaand and why do you yoneo youso youeo eo regard them themWhen themWhen he heWhen When you can find a warmer mem membar membar membar bar than Edmund H fleas BessIs DessIs fleasIs Is The Axe ucuttin cutting much ice ce in inWashingtons InWashIngtons inWashingtons Washingtons journalistic field fieldHavevotera fieldHave fieldHave Havevotera Have voters and Heads of famllits familiesany famllit...

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