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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 July 1900

hjc > ii 1 1r 1n i r r n local 1Hotea 1HoteaThe iflotcaTIio The Ol1rm German Vote VoteTbe VoteThe The tendency 01 the German vote votecommands vc vccommands commands just now the very closest closestattention dos dosattentfon attention of Congressional campal campalcommittees n nI I committees In this thl city At Democratic Democratici Democra Democrar i r Cpngresslonal headquarters where the theoDservation t toDservation oDservation of the German vote extends extendsJ extee J 10 the lIlddl West especially Michigan MichiganOhio Michg MichgOhio Ohio Indiana IllinoIs and Wisconsin Wisconsinthere WIscons WIsconsthere there are encouraging signs There Thereundoubted are areundoubted undoubted evidences of dissatisfaction dissatisfactionwith dissatisfactiwith with President McKlnleys Imperialistic ImperialisticI imperlalis imperlalisAdministration I Administration and every effort Is beln2 beln2made bei beimade made to confirm them In these views viewsThe viewsTh The Th Western German...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 July 1900

4 uU SENrINEL SENrINELUnole Uncle Sam Salne ZtI nlnKloal lo1 lk lkUncle IarkUncle Uncle Sam wants a walrus One Onewitl Onewilt wilt do though he wClul would liketwo like liketwo two or thlee Also he desires a asea asea sea ott otter r or two with certain other otherwild otherwild wild creatu creatures res which are getting so soscarce soscarce scarce as to be threatened with ex exti extinction ti tinction nction It is feared that before berorelong beforelong long s some me of th thr J ost valuable valuableand valuableand and Interesting mammals formerly formerlyplentiful formerlyplentiful plentiful in Our territory will have havedlsatJpeared havedisappeared disappeared entirely and no time timei timeii i ii to be lost it specimens of them themare themare are to be secured and preserved preservedalive preservedalive alive This idea was held in view viewwhen viewwhen when the National Zoological ZoologicalPark ZoologicalPark Park at Washington was first firststarted firststarted start...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 July 1900

ii i 7c I rr rrSENTINELI u li lim S SENTINELI ENlINEL ENlINELUuule I Uuule SRIU 5anrb ZlIlnalu1 lu lnk lnkUncle k kUncle m Uncle Sam Sam wants a walrus One Onewill Onewill will do though he woul would like Itketwo liketwo two or thl three ee Also he desires a asea asea sea otter or two with certain other otherwild otherwild wild creatu creatures res wh which ich are ge getting tin so soscarce soscarce scarce as to be threatened with ex extinction extinction tinction It is leared that before belorelong beforelong long some of th the lost t ost valuable valuableand valuableand and Interesting mammals formerly formerlyplentiful formerlyplentiful plentiful in our territory will have havedisappeared havedisappeared disappeared entirely and no time timei i J to be lost it specimens of them themare themare are to be secured and preserved preservedalive preservedalive alive This idea was held in view viewwhen viewwhen when the National Zoolo Zoological ZoologicalPark ical icalPark Park at W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 July 1900

1 T TI 11 SE N TN TNVOL J JVOLXXVI1 I VOLXXVI1 VOL XYIII WASHINGTON CITY DC D C SATURDAY JULY 28 1900 NO 4 n WlRebington ZCIi ii t toll Sentinel SentinelPublished C1ltjilCl C1ltjilClPubllshedand Publlshedand Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHA1DE SCHA1DEAPPEARS SCHA DE DEAPPEARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAYi i TERMS sent b6 b6maii b bmail < 13 3 per year for single COy mail to subscribers payablen payable f n advance advancea advanceRATE a RATE TE II 01 ADVIUI rISINO rISINOtrlrstlnsertlon LISINOFtrstlnsertiononeinchx Ftrstlnsertiononeinchx trlrstlnsertlon one Inch1 deductions sosecond sosecondirllertlon o econd econdcents Insertion 75 75for cents Liberal 1 deductions deductionsfor for annua annual ls I1dver pnt tnts Special Specialnodces Specialnotices notices 25 zscents cents a 1 1Advertisements Advertisements to Insure insertion insortlonsho sho III II t be handed In not later thap tba i I2 I2oclock raoclock oclock noon on Thursday TbursdayOffice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 July 1900

WASHINGTON T 11 SE N TIN EL ELWASHINGTON J JVOL VOL XXVIII WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY JULY 28 1900 NO 4 r xIagbtn tMlR blngton tori Sentinel Sentinelt Cnttncl Cnttnclelite t Publisbedand Edile E elite d b by byLOUIS y yLOUIS LOUIS SCH SCHADE SCHADEP DE DEI I I P APIEARSRVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYi SATURDAYTERMS i 1 TERMS TERMSI I i sent bt btml b bmart 3 per year tar sIngle copy ml mart I to subscribers payable In advance advanceSLATES advanceSATES SLATES opADvurI3lNa opADvurI3lNaFrrstlusertlon OF ADVEBIISINO ADVEBIISINO1lrstl 1lrstl Frrstlusertlon nsertlon oneinch one inch Isojsecond IsojsecondInertion rSo econd econdInsertion Insertion 15 cents Liberal deuuctions deuuctionsfor deductions i for annual adver fit Special SpecialI Specialnotices notices 23 15 cents a afdvertlsemeats I IIJvertlsemcnts I IJvertlsemcnts to Insure Insertion InsertionI insertionslto sho tli d i be handed In not later than is isoclock 12 12oclock oclock noon on Thursday ThursdayI ThursdayOflice I Office No 60...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 July 1900

v vJ I < J i IT I I um u lflE ENTINEL ENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D EL C JULY 28 19oo 19ooliIfrhe liIfrhe The W WAsHlr4GTO4 ASUINGTON SBNTINEL can canbtiined b btiined at all the principal prh2c at book books s srcLaJ rltLiJl news depots and also arso at the thee6o theoee oee e6o 6oo F street northwest Wash Washli li utfn D C CSubscribers Subscribers who do not receive receivepaper receivet t paper papQrregUlariy regularly wil please notify the tbeoMce oMce olc Immediately We 0 Illank Illanktbe the editor of ofthe the Cincinnati VJks VJksjnuHd jnuHd Mr 1r Heinrich Haake for forthe the congratulatory notice he gave gavethe the SENTINEL on its 28th birthday birthdayThc Thc Volsfrmnd says No one onecan can blame Mr Louis Schade chade for forbeing being proud of the record he has hasmade made when we take into consider considcration ation the themany many things he has done donefor for his constituents he brewers brewersespecially especially are indebted to Mr MrSchade MrSchade Scha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 July 1900

t I 1 I f n = = = 1Locnl l1 lRotc9 lRotc9REPUBLICANS = otea oteaREPUBLfCANS REPUBLICANS On Saturday Saturdayla Saturd SaturdI la Iat t Rtpresenta RtpresentaHURT Represen RepresenHR HURT HR I i TH III i ui E tive Richardson RichardsonBOER Richards RichardsDOER BOER CAUSE sent senthlscluk senthlsclukto bis cl6rk up upto to the Bureau of Edtlcatlon requesting requestingcertain request requestcertain certain documents documentsall all decrYing the cause causeoUhe cau cauoftheBoers oUhe oftheBoers Boers In South SouthAfrica Africa which were werefurnished w wfurnished furnished him They were carefullv carefullvtucked carefu carefutucked tucked away In a comerof corzierofMr 1Ir Richard Richardsons Richai RichaiSOnS sons ample desk desk1 alter which a stale stalement stat statmeat meat was made public of what the thecommittee t tcommittee committee had discovered about aboutclever a aclever clever little game put up by the mana manaers nianaera ers of the Republican campaign The Thecbar T ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 July 1900

t 1 11 T + j2SENIN 1 SENTINEL SENTINELNow 1 Now John JohnTHE JohnTHE THE CHINAMAN Chinaman ChinamanAS is either neitherquite eitherqUite AS b E IS qUite the therOtue therogue rogue represented in Bret Hartes Hartespoem Hartespoem poem The Heathen Chi Chinee Chineenor nee neenor nor aitogether altogether the simpleton simpleton pic pictured pictured tured in Lambs immortal Dls Dlssertation DIssertation sertation on Roast Pig He is isthe isthe the worlds donkey He can be beled beled led he cannot be driven As in inthe inthe the case of Gordon he will alter alterproving alterproving proving him honor a great man manwhatever manwhatever whatever his nationality But to toVestern toWestern Western ideas johns life is de devoted devoted voted to fraud He believes and andalw3Ys andalways always has belic believed ed that he sees seeswith seeswith with two eves and that the for foreign foreign eign devil sees with only one olteWe oneWe We wear black for our mourning mourningor or for our bo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 August 1900

4 4I a v C C W 4 I 1 I j 0 WASHINGTON 11 11VOL T SENTINELS SENTINELSVOL WASHINGTON CITY DO DCSATURDAY SATURDA Y AUGUST 4 t L900 NO 5 VOL XXVII xvm trmaGbington sentinel sentinelpublished enttiCI enttiCIEttbllsbedand published Ettbllsbedand and Edit Edittdby EdittdbyLOUIS d by byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADErrRARS SCHADEAPPEAKSUVERY APPEAKSUVERY rrRARS RVEItV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS ATlfRDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSper year lor single copy sent bt b bman I Imall mall 3 per to subscribers payable In advance advanceIATKSOP advanceTSOF IATKSOP TSOF ADVEIlrISlrfO ADVEIlrISlrfOlrrsU ADvZIrslr4oirstLnsertIonOflaiflCJi irstLnsertIonOflaiflCJi lrrsU nsertion oneinch S150jSecond S150jSecondInsertion xosecond xosecondinsertIon Insertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsfor for annual advertisements Special Specialn Specialntices25cents n ntices25cents tices 25 cents a line lineId linePtderlsemettS Id Vertlsemeflts to I Insure nsure Insertion Insertionsho insertionsho sho II be handed In not later than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 August 1900

rFIE 1 HE S SENTINEL XrrIlEL XrrIlELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C AUG 4 1900 1900Irrhe 9OO Irrhe WAsHINGTON SKNTINltL can caniibtl1ned b obtXned at all the principal book bookII iibtl1ned II strepd rUlPd news depots and also 180 at the thee thea a e 6 6IF O F street northwefiit Wash Washirtt211 irtt211 ionD D C CarSubscrlbers arSubscrlbers Subscribers who do not receive receivetw receivet tw t paper paperreuIarIy regularly wit pleu notify the theoY oY oThce ce Immediately ImmediatelyThe The Ohancestn Chances tn New York YorkIt YorkIt It is the belief here that if the theDe De mocrats get together in earnest earnestand and nomina noniinae e Coler for Governor Governorthey they will make a milster stroke strokeColer Coler could be eected against any anyman man the Republicans could put in inthe the field and wIth Odell as the thenominee nominee it would be a walkaway walkawayThe The people of New York admire admireand and trust Coler His work in New NewYork York city has shown that he is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 August 1900

1ocn1 11 lVLotc8 lVLotc8Royal ote9 ote9oyal Royal oyal Arab Smokor SmokorColumbia SinokorColumbia Columbia Lodge No I Knights Knightsof Krngh Krnghor of the Royal Arch held its regular regularmeeting regul regulmeeting meeting on Monday 30th ult ultG at atG G A R Hall in this city At this thismeeting th thmeeting meeting 2 n new members wei weiadded were wereadded added to tothe the rolls At the con conclusion coi coiclusion clusion of the ceremonial session sessionthe sessic sessicthe the lod lodge e threw open its doors an anentertained au auentertained entertained quite a large number numb 0 01 itn members and friends withSmoker with a aSmol Smol Smoker < er The Theentertainment entertainment was wasunder w wunder under the direction of J Wilder WilderStewart Wild WildStewart Stewart General Department Or Organizer O Oganizer ganizer ot the Royal Arch and for forseveral Ic Icseveral several hours the members and iu iuvited in invited vited guests were regaled with withsplendid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 August 1900

9 r1 I i iuL T uL SENTINEL SENTINELD 1 DS The res result 1t of ofON EN D DEPENDS DEPENDSthe EP the Preslden ON l tial election G GERIIANS Eh IAN T S tillS th thgenerally year earit it is isgenerallv generally conceded hInges upon uponthe uponthe the States of the Middle West and anJseveral andseveral several of the sparsely settled trans transMississippi transMississippi Mississippi Commonwealths In 1896 McKinley carried all the theStates theStates States in question which lie this thisside thisside side of the MIssissippi River 01 01the 01the the trans MIssIssippi States which whichare whichare are to figure prominently in 1900 1900Bryan 1900Bryan Bryan carried four years ag ago the thefollowin thefollowing followin following South Dakota Mon Montana Montana tana Idaho Wyoming Nebraska Nebraskaand Nebraskaand and Kansas with a total of 31 electoral elec electoral toral votes He was 48 electoral electoralvote electoralvotes vote shy of the number necessary necessaryr r to elect elec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 August 1900

rT Tii 1 Ti I fl V c f V V VV VV V I IT V 1 1I I WASHINGTON 11 T NTTNE1J NTTNE1JVOL J JVOL VOL XXV XXVIII VASmNGTO 1 ASHI G rON CITY D C S STURDkY TUHi A Y AUGUST 11 IL 1900 V NO 6 flaOILfl Obngton tOfl enttnel enttnelI enttnetPublishedaild Published Publishedaild and Edited Edltdby EdltdbyV EdltdbyLOUIS by byLOUIS I V LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEI SCHAD SCHADV I V APPBAIlBBVBRV SATURDAY SATURDAVTERMS SATURDAYV SATURDAYTERMS V TERMS sent b bmail bmail 3 per vearlor single copy mail to lubscrlbers payable in mail advance advanceRATES vance vancegATZSO RATES gATZSO gATZSOi1irstl OF ADVEIUISINC ADVEIUISINCJ1lrstl J1lrstl DSerUOnj oneinch oneinchi 50second 50secondinsertion 5ojsecondlniertion insertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsror decluctiongro ror ro annual advertisements Special Specialn Speciantices25cents n ntices25cents tlces 2S cents a line lineIdvertlsements V Vto Idvertlsements to insure Insertion Insertionsho Insertionsho sho III ii I be handed In pot later than u uoclock 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 August 1900

1 ikHE HE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C AUG nIJOO nIJOOtlrThe ixioO ixioOThe tlrThe The W WASftNoroN ASHINOTON SENTINEL can canb canb b obtwlned at all the principal book boOkSrjLnews 5 rVaJUlnews depots and ailio aI o at the theo theoI o oI h600 e 6oo F street northwest Wash WashILripD Vasbaig aig ILripD l1 D C CtISub5cribers CSubcribers tISub5cribers Subcribers who do not receive receivebe receivet t be paper paperregularly regularly wll please notify the theoYfice theoThce oYfice Immediately ImmediatelyUoo ImmediatelyIloneevetts Uoo Iloneevetts evelt Blnnller BlnnllerThe UhLnderThe The charge that all Democrats Democratsare are cowards and shirkers has been beentaken beentaken taken up in the West In the theSouth theSouth South it has now become an issue issueIhe issueThe The Republican campaign man manaJTers manaiers aJTers have realized this to 0 their theirsorrow theirsorrow sorrow and hereafter Roosevelt Rooseveltwill will be more carefully edited than thanever t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 August 1900

i d local motes motesTHE 1RotcTILE THE ItOYAL AROH AROHColumbia AEOUColumbia Columbia Lodge No I 01 this city citybeld cityheld held Its regular meetltl meeting on Monday the tbe6tb the6th 6tb IDst In spite of the exceedln exceedng1y exceedng1ywarm ly lywarm warm weather there was a large attend attendPO attendguce PO ance The degrees were conrerred upon upouseveral uponseveral several new members membusBaltimore membersflaltimore Baltimore Lod Lodge e No I Is rapidly rapidlybulldlni rapidlybuilduig bulldlni up a luge and select member membershIp membership shIp At Its last meeting among other othercandidates othercandidates candidates Initiated was Dr J 1 ll ll3chwatka BSchwatka 3chwatka SberlfJ of Baltimore At the thesame thesame same meeting Dr Schwatka was chosen chosenunaDimously chosenunanimously unanimously Orator c the Lodge 10 o fill filla filla a vacancy vacancyJ J WIlder Stewart the Departmen1 Departmen1Orgqnlzer DepartmenOrganizer I Organizer Is making th Royal Arch Arcb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 August 1900

E u D SENTINEL SENTINELAtthis QE1 NfINEL At Atthis this mc mcTHE m mTHE < THE SCOURGE men sneer from fromOF fromOF OF GOD the banks 01 01tbe ofthe the Godavery to the waters 01 the theSutledg theSutledty Sutledg aU India is a desert Sixty Sixtymillions SIxt SIxtmillions millions of people as luge anum anumber a num number ber as would twice fill England Eniliandand Englandand and Wales are racked with the thepanes thepangs panes 01 hunger six millions 01 01them ofthem them would die tomorrow but tora tor tora a handful 01 rice Hov many more morehave morehave have passed away beyond the thereach thereach reach of human aid no mall can cantell cantell tell In Central India the affliction affiictionis is the deepest The fields are void voidand loldand and barren and without people peopleThe peopleThe The cracked earth burned to a amahogan amahogany mahogany brown shrieks for rain rainNot rainNot Not a patch o gree greed anywhere ilnvwherenot anywherenot not a blade 01 grass The leav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 August 1900

F i i iS I I S t i 1 < WASilINGtON 11 T SENTINEL SENTINELVOL C1 C1i VOL XXVIII XXVIII WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY 1 AUGUST 18 1900 NO 7 t r rt1Aatabtttflton Ul1asblngton Sentinel SentinelI enttllel enttllelY Y I pubUshedand Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEAItSEVERY SCHADEAPPEARSSYBRY APPEAItSEVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS 1 TERMS TERMSper sent bdmall M Mm lor single copy year m mall tl 1 to per subscribers payable In advance advanceaAUS dvanceaA1BS aA1BS OF ADVIUUISINO ADVIUUISINOrstl ADVERfISINOFrsti Frsti rstl user tlononelnch tlononeincbrSosecond tlononeincbrSosecondInsertion JI sosecond sosecondInsertion Insertion 7S cents Liberal deuuctions deuuctionsfor deductions deductionsfor for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecJaln n notices tices 2S cents a line lineIdvertiscments lineAdvertlsememts Idvertiscments to to Insure Insertion Insertionsho Insertionoho oho III ii 1 be handed In not later than I2 I2i 12oclock i oclock noon on Thursday TbursdayOf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 August 1900

IlflE llE SENTINEL SENTINELJ SENTINELWASHINGTOND SENTINELWASHINGTOND J WASHINGTOND c AUG ISlgoo ISlgootrThe iS oo oo3ihe trThe W WASHUIOTON ASIIINGTON SENTINEL can canb canb b Obti obttlned ned at all the principal book books booknews s ruJUl news depots and also at the theo theoff1e o off1e e600 6oo F street northwest Wash Washrttp Vashh h rttp tt I D C CnrSubscribers CjSutmcrbers nrSubscribers who do not receive receivetoo receivetb too tb paper paperregularlywU regularly w II please pleasenotify notify the theoffice theollice office immediately immediatelyar immediatelyVarTax VarTax ar Tax Reveal RevealWith RepealWith With Democratic victory will willcome willcome come repeal ofthe war tax Bran BranhimseU Branhimself himself has said that he looks upon uponthe uponthe the proposition to abolish the war wartax wartax tax upon beer as only meetinp a ajust ajust just demand and that it would wouldcertainly wouldcertainly certainly receive the attention 01 01the otthe the Democratic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 August 1900

I II I I t I r I JLOCal ocal lRote lRoteThe Rotes RotesTho t rt The Fultll Oa Imperialism ImperialismA A tale of horror and bloodshed bloodshedI I j was told at the Fourth Street reo reoI re recruiting cruitiD cruiting station Cincinnati last lastveek lastweek I week by Alexander Grant late a aprivate aprivate private in Company D of the Sixth SixthI Sixthregiment I regim regiment nt United States infantry infantryI I 1 Grant enlisted with the Sixth al alI atthe I the openin opening of hostilities with withSpain q Spain and saw much service in inthe inthe the Philippines He but recently recentlyreturned i returned from the islands having havingr havingreceived r received on the 20th 01 May his hisl hishonorable l honorable discharge He declared declaredthat declaredthat that the things he saw on the isl 11 4 ands and the orders he was com comI cornpelled I pelled to carry out have sickened sickenedhim sickenedhim him of aU desire for army life lifeDuring I During all my service In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 August 1900

< a T iL iLJ SENlINEL SENlINELLord Lord Rose RoseS RoseIS IS S RUS RUSSIA IA TO berrys c criti critiCONTROI ri t i icism cism of Ger GerCONTROL Germanys CONTROL ALL manys luke lukeOF lukeOFASIA2 OF OFASIA2 ASIAl warm attitude attitudetoward attitudetoward toward En Enland Eng England land was no idle one for 10 Dec December December ember 1899 alter the first reverse reverseto reverseto to Bri British ish arms in South Africa Alracathe Africathe the Kaiser seemed to I turn urn toward towardRussia towardRussia Russia A concession to bUild a arailroad arailroad railroad from Constantinople to tothe tothe the Persian Gull was accepted as asa asa a gift from the Sublime Porte b bGermany by byGermany Germany together with a large largecash largecash cash subsidy and Russia in in re return return turn it is said for German non noninterference noninterference interference with the Czars claims claimsin claimsin in European Turkey recognizes recognizesGermanys recognizesGermanys Germanys...

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