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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

. r . , ' '' '' ' . " 1 jiSSt j5mfcr^ >' p-r,\ m f* 'i * t * ?onsolibatcb ^ TSlaoembet 10, 1903. * Vol. 38. rar.m, trmat-nri a tttttr.?iTa> tpwrrttarv 9.f> ion7 No. 39! =g DOSili iHD JAPAN SB OP 18 FOES. Few persons understand what the row between Russia and Japan is about and bow it comes that an island nation with a population of 44,260,606 and 162,055 square miles of territory should dare a trial of strength with a compact empiie with a population of 129,004,514 and 8,660,325 square miles of territory, not to speak of the great disparity in lie of the Russian and Japanese armies and navies. Ever since uuited Europe prevent ed Russia from getting an ice-free seaport and made the Sultan guardian of the entrance to the Black Sea, me uussiuns nave turned tncir laces eistward, seeking by means of the vast Trans Siberian Railway an icefree seaport in Asia. Meantime Japan, weary of her isolation as an island empire, sought to gain a foothold on the muinl...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

TIMES-REGISTER, and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25,10OI. NOT AFRAID TO CONFESS. " An amusing incident happened at a Methodist revival meeting in our town u short time ago," said Col. L. C. Weidy, of Qalena. " The Kev. Otto, the pastor, was mildly upbraiding the Christians in the congregation for t? otr slowness i t testifying or maki tj, confessions in religion. 41 Said the minister: 4lf I were to ask all the Knights of Py- 1 thins,all the Masons, all the Elks to stand up, they would instant- 1 ly rise to their feet. It' I were ' to ask the republicans to get up, ( t there would bo immediate response. If I were to call upon ! the JefToison democrats to show 1 tho faith that were in them, I ' would not wait long bo "ore every ' JelTersouian would proudly rise 1 to his feet.' ' 44 At thi - juncture an old gen- I tlem-n near tho rostrum, who I V had spparontly not caught all \ the preacher had said, rose to 1 his feet and said, in a slow and 1 audible voice : 41 praise the ' Lord that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

I Tt M 1 i pn^E^TINijL. x *HtJR8DAY, FEBRUARY 25,1004. TO LEND. I ! il (On good' real estate security in Roanoke oity and'In Roanoke and Bedford oouutfes $500. $700. $1,000 and' larger sums. J ,J Mokkktt 4 Fox. ' Falcafaiid ltoauoke City,. Vu. 4 ? FBBlUTARY^ MARRIAGES. McKetiniv?Suddnrtli. Y'esterday evening, atthe res'deue* r of Rev Fattat r J. \V. Lynch, In Roanoke, Mr. Thomas Murray McKcuiia, of Lfuehburg, and Miss Ada V. Hud-1 d-titit, of this place, w?re united iv marriage, in the pr.esenoe of only a few relatives and friends. Mr. Walter Forsythe, of Roanoke, was best ui tn, and the bride's stater, Mtas Liz zie Suddarth, was h ide'slualJT- The, young couple leftou the H p. ui. train , for the home of the jfrqpm in liynoh i buri.jJrljei^^ywj^Wile. k jjj Miss Suddarlh, the brlJe.is a j retty youufc daughter of Mr. end Mrs. J me? Suddartb, of, t file place, and Is popular among "h?r tifends. Mr. MoKeuna Is a pNM|wrot(l young uia chlnisf, now connected with the Hub>&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

J V' # ? , v:. t. ' ?. y 4 T,. j ," 4 B?cfc\ Cal wii RCN Baking! Arc dclicHous and w cold weather breakfast Made in the inonm ting" over night; neve digestion. To make a perfect a thousand other da " Royal Baker and Pas Iree to any address. ROYAL BAKING POWOI COItSETSjiFOIt M EN. Why should women wear corsets more than men ? If they are beneficial to one sex, they are equally beneficial to the other. If they are devices of fashion which help balance deficiencies of shape, one sex has as good a | right to utilize them as the; o her. At any rate, a brisk demand is reported to exist for male stays and other varieties of form supporters for men. Some merchant tailors ^declare that the man's corset is more in demand for spring business than oyer before, and they predict that corseted men will be conspicuous in the fashionable promenades next Easter. From a tuilor's standpoint a man's aoparel is incomplete without a corset, lie contends that fashion's aim is to cover the deficiencies of n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

? s i for Infant* CMtoria Is a harmless out gorlc. Drops and Hoothin contains neither Opium. Substance. It destroys W It cures Diarrhcea and W Ing Troubles aud cures < Stomach and Bowels, girl The Children's Panacea?' TIia Yind Ynn TT *uv M4UU X yj%JL XX y* Bears th< In Use For l ; IWWWWIffWWWttffrfWI ? WHEN IN , = AND EX AH ? OF MOUSE ? TIES. 1 ENGIEBY 17 SAI ROAN ? ? * E? iiuiu iuiuiuuuuiuiuiui n ? ( r:??: rtsimi rim ARK DESIRED by every man. wi or Overcoat. That it wbat we are m< and when you buy yonrCLOTHEB perfectly eatitfactory to you before t MEN'S SUITS ANI) OVE Absolutely Correct in 8tyl? and ! BoY'b OLOTHEs The tores eaten tSorrect Style. Perfect Pit. We have triost satiaiactory to parents and boyi Special Of And OVERCOATS for boya-S In 1 2.0 BOLE AGENTS FOR DOUG; qni F MEALS & BURI Masonic Building Cor Jefferson and 1 MAKE nef m Few - nish 1 EB Our I HOME ??s your eozy RO> iaigMieiigggggj r"A. Ifewvy Jec 15 a Peivrvy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

I tmrnnrn , % Publish** EvprV THiiik Salem Printing and ; ' V, C. O. Donii w. w. McClun*. Bi Sijbscriptio One Year . . . . Mine Months . . ?< * . , Six Months . . it,**"'. ,t Three Mouths . . ?i'phones,'numi TH I I KS1 FHBi _ im:s it s?im * irmni jk too ' i The Supremo Court of the i United States on Tuesday in the c.ise of the State of Alabama, 1 i ivolving" tlio right of'colored 1 men to register, declined to take 1 the case undor consideration, on ' v the ground that no cause for \ " FederaTThtferference-liadi been i shown. This loaves the Ala- < baniii Constitution with its pro- 1 visipn aguinst colored men in i practical effect. i Alabama and .Virginia'4 new I , Constitutions aro practically 1 identic# , so far as tlw'suffrage < of colored voters is concerned, I and, therefore," the refusal of I tho Supreme V'ourt consider i the AlabaTnaccuse believed to 1 be fully iujplicablo to the caBe of Virginians well. ' (Jlad it's settled. *-*"*?&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

JDST FLOORED HIS COLLEAGDES Casar Perkina, tUc Colored JBmop. . 4 Caesar Perkins was the last negro member of the Virginia Legislature. Caesar was black ?very black. Not a drop of white blood coursed through his voins. Just before the expiration of his term Caesar scored the Democrats in a humnsAiia anannk fnr fkair failnen AUVI VUQ t VI VIBVIt V to keep a campaign promise to submit the prohibition question to the voters of the State. " Yawl Democrats," he said ?for Caesar was untutored and expressed himself in genuine darkey dialect?" is 'bout ter let dis Assembly break up widout keepin' yo' promis' ter pass on de licker question. You was mighty pert tnr prom is' to' de - 'lection, an' I speck 1 kin spin a yarn right here what'll splain dat bisness fer de satisfaction uv do people. Yo' capers brings ter min' monst'us forcible de story of de cat and de rat. Dat tale was tol' ter me in ol' Cumberian' County, down on Jeem's River,when I wasn't no* whar near bein' grow'd up. It runs 'b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 25 February 1904

Jff-.T "WIYSTO ADVERTISE. *Tlie Wis? Man May Kasily Sro Which is the Host Method. If you huvo goods to sell, advertise. Hire a man with a lampblatk kettle and a brush to paint your name and number on all the railroad fences. The cars go whizzing by so fast that no one ?an read them, to be sure, but perhaps the obligin ; conductor uld stop the train to accommodate an inquisitive passenger. llavo your card in the hotel register by all means. Strangers stopping at hotols for a night generally buy a cigar or two I i?- - ueiore tney leave town, and they need some inspiriting literary food besides. If an advertising agent wants jour business advertised in a fanry frame at the depot, pay ! itn about *200 per cent, more ihon it is worth and let him put it there. When a man has threequarters of a second in which to catch a train ho invariably stops to read depot advertisements, und your card might take his eye. Of courso the street thermometer dodge is excellent. When a man's lingers and ear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

it. . i ". ''' v - ?Vt: ? * V Sultm ?ivxt%88 -HH?" ? (Ston?olib?i<?b ^ ^ ^ritK,<?mb,!,r 16> 10?3- * Vol. 38. SALEM, VIRGIN!aTTHUKSDAY, MARCH 3, 1904. No. 40. ? TBAVElS ABROAD. i From Kcighley to Stratford. [Lbttbk No. 3.] On the 20th of October, at 9:45 a. m., we reluctantly left our pleasant household at Keighley for the Shakespeare country. Being busily engaged with our maps and Baednker, we did not notice that we had passed our station for changing cars. In going back to right our direction, we found v.e had Beveral hours to wait at Birmingham. The English system of railroad is very different from ours. Only a few of the trains?the through ones from Edinburgh to London? have corridors; the rest are compartment " carriages," first, second and third class, and have no connection with each other, consequently, there is no one to puss through and call out the stations. You sec the "guard" or conductor only sometimes, before leaving, to punch or take y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

r " TIMES-REGISTER and SENTINEL. THURSDAY, MARCH a. lWH. RURAL ROl'TK NOTKS. Warm pennies put into a cold box freeze fast, and cause the \ # carrier lots of trouble. A cup of hot colTeo tastes good to a cold man. One of our carriers has such good patrons that ho is often offered more ronoe niiiii lie can drink. Ilo appreciates the kiudnoss. Tho congressional committee, to whom was referred tho bill for raising the salary of rural carriers from $000 to $720 a yeai have made a favorable report and it will in all probability be passed. Buy half a dozen stamps at a time and then you can put them on your letters as you mail t liein. It's just as easy as put ting pennies iu tho box ami saves the carrier from'gottinp his lingers coin. Next to getting a salary boost of our own we believe we could rejoice most heartily over an increase in the pay of R. F. IX boys. And they ought to gel it boforo tho spring poetry croj is started to town. It would be well fordrivers ol wagons to remember that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

Tl aT]EH - 1 *a^?^BNTlNElL. THUUsW^MARCHT^wf^! ?e=-T^7 . rv . '+ -r-?-r> *:-? w'vw^-=* i j>9,iff^u...i:Hi, i; On good real.nutate I adetnUty tm Roanoke oily nml <11 Roaiipke. .wudj B?dtWd eduotles $500,Tf76o, 41,000 and larger muiuh. >1!;! 5 i'l' 1 , Mohkktt. .if Fox, "' ffalerti mid Kottioke City, \ a. Sl?i?o I?c|i.ift niont for Salem. Oh irfthi a firm imiue of Roberta! Orodwr^r Ot). will be changed to RQUUU.T3 STORE COMPANY. In addition to thp liuqe already carried by tnis A>-m, a complete Shcxk 1)*?PAKTMK3T wl'l be added. A ^rg>ela'ii'Mhi of ifeu'g. Worn ?n>, Mbwes', Boy**, Fath.wX Little O.-i'fV, Th-' f ?U'. aualeiU fact everything carried iu a city stor^iMoWlifVHud in tlii-|<l*>partu)enr. air. T. A. Konerte, Jr.f of thC'tirwt of Pfictr Robert Shoe C.? .pUiNrlejtort \V^jfirKinlajVMed lflikualfKk AtVcoise the*Ifca?miR hoe fuo'ories In the East aud there | goods #jr# pow .being made ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

<fSfe _ . ***"^, J>aKlH9 I ABSOLUT] The re is a cjiial cake and biscuit by Powder which pr This peculiarity ot 1 noted by physicians ingly endorse and r< Royal Raking P baking by the best ] ROYAL OAKINO TOWDI MAN WITHOUT IIOMKCOM-!1 31 ITS SCIC11>K. I Spent Ills Cast Cent for Cnnd-I an 11 ill and a Kqoid. , James h razier, of Stuart, Patrick county, committed suicide c last Friday night in Roanoke by c taking laudanum. Ho was found f dead in the lodging house of L Rachrach, on Norfolk Avenue, k by the colored boy who was t cleaning up rooms. In ono of j his pockets was found a note j written on a piece of wrapping paper, reading: L I "My name is James Frazier. j \ 1 have no homo. My address is 11 Stuart, Va." I ^ No other written matter and f no money was found on his , person, llo was last seen alive f tho evening before when lie , bought a now undershirt, the ] bottle of laudanum and paid his 1 last cent for lodging, retiring at f 7 o'cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

J ' for Infants and Children, Tito Kind You Have Always Uought lias borne tho sigiuituro of Clias. II. Flctclior, and has been mndo under his personal supervision for over .10 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gtMMl" are hut experiments, and endanger tho health of Children?Experience against Experiment. THe ftmd You Have Alwis& bought I yj Bears the Signature of In-Use For Over 30 Years. | ^ - 3 E 3 1 = ^ = =3 = HW?AT IN ROANOKE CALL ^ = AND EX A VINE OUR STOCK =3 = OF HOUSEHOLD NECESSI- ^ ! ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. 1 ! E IT SALEM AVENUE. ^ j E roanoRe, va. ^ i i i ^ ^ ! S ^ ? 3 ? 1 I i I I 7J>UiUiUUiiUiUiUiUAliUaiiUiUiUiUiUiU iU lUJUUllUJUiui Pepiecr filling Carmenls ARE DESIRED by every man.whether he |>aya #10.00 or $30.00 for liis Knit or Overcoat. That is what we are moat particular about ourseivet?THE HTT; aiMi when you buy your CLOTH KS to re. we insi?t that the Uarmenta must be perfectly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

SALEM TIMES-RESI . % . t V X'ubllsKed Every Thu Salem Printing and C. I). Do. W. W. McClunu. ?r~ Subscripti ?)iip Year4 . , . 'v .Nino Monflis . . . . , . ' Six Monti 1 liree Months / V } % ' i 1 W1IONK8, NUT . ^ j .r THURSDAY, IV TIME FOK ACTION. All "Virginia is being stirred ttt depths of strong interest in rsgnrd to the new railway to he built by the Wabash System from the great coal fields of \Vost"YTrgTTfia 111rough GilesT Montgomery, ltoanoko and the |>w.^ ooyntftfi of Virginia, Jo SdeSTTHeil Cl IfUih wide-ty?fjrv htorest is not based upon mere dl?|tii41fiibuViUI>op th<j foetahat MioM wmn&y*im lift} upB t Inr greatest in the United . Utat'eSj s behind the moverrtent. |Qt lias been known for Tifnhy coca .that, tuj?, ,Qoul d s,. w.lj o.ppja toTTf-the WfTtrrtsh, and who-ham iuAUy entfvatri^, toxtousfy dOsiro a'tctr flpad.of ihtur own. The connection >of thftBtt* railroad magnates wi'li tie proj^ctf ef itself, is fflifiicknt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

ST 1 7 VOim CBARI." t A group of ladioe, one aftornoon, wero discussing the question of charm in womanhood. The argument had been started by a remark of one of the group ? concerning a certain woman whose seventy years had in no wise lessened her sympathy with youth, nor her interest in " all living." "She must have been such an enchanting girl," the speaker said. "That does not necessarily follow," another woman replied promptly, and then she smiled at the indiguaut and incredulous faces turned upon her. " What I mean to say," she explained, " is that this lovely and subtle thing that we call charm is the na ural blossoming of womanhood?the beauty that should crown it, that I bel lieve is meant to crown it sooner or later, in every life. But all plants do not blossom at the same season ; there are many? delicate, fragile things?that win our hearts for a few brief spring.days, aud then vanish; there are others that wait the touch of frost for their miracle, and others still that blo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 March 1904

J ,.l TIIIKTY-8IX \KAHS AUO. AVliat tlie I'aperx Tnlkcd About at Tliat Time. The following items, culled from a paper published in Salem of date May yotli, will servo to show something of t-lio conditions and the feeling existing here at that tiuie: " Corn i-? fell in*; at $' .?.UU per bushel in Henry county, and is very scarce at that. " S'uce (he Ibst of March there has been d <\s of rainy weather. " Tin re are :i.VJ convicts in tho Virginia tieniteutiary, not u.mntiug the superintendent an l otlu r employee.-', who ought to he in. "The U publican party of Virginia is c imposed * f twenty black ingroes t-> one white one. That's so. "The (tovsrnnr nitiiloiiwil >.>. gros hint week and refused tlio sppli-j oatlonsof throe white onvlets. Of Rouroo; u fellow feeling makes us w utlrous kind. *'Judge Fulton redgued because <ien. Sohotleld couituauded him to appear before a military commission to lie belli in Wytheville. The daughter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

" " 1 * ?on*olibateb ^ November Itf, I0O3. ^ Vol. 38. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY/MARCH 10, 1904. No7 41. = 7 ?pa ___. --- , ? liltiL HERESCUED BECOMES HIS BBIDE. Konutnt'e ofFu^ono llnrian, tlic Bravest Itoy in Tcxii?, Bewail When lie Was Fourteen. Klsked Idle to Save Child. Ten yours ago John Carliti, a famous Texas ranger, witnessed a remarkable scene. He had halted his horse upon the crest of a hill that overlooked Wild Horse l'rairie, wheu his attention was attracted by a cloud of rapidly rising smoke and dust. The cloud grew fast, and as it uprcad out over the prairie and boiled toward the heavens in great ocean like waves, vast Bbeets of flame flashed about it, making a picture of black and red above the landscape that would have charmed an artist. The wind grew more violent, and the cloud ussumed an appalling appear Ill li e* The experienced ranger realized tli it the prairie was on (ire, and as a gust of wind lifted the great cloud th- re was revealed t^ the 'JVxan a large he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

^ ' " /w ' TlMES-IREGISTLR. and SENTINEL. ] 1 THURSDAY,'MARCH 10, 1001 [ II Kit SA I > MISTAKK. A Warning to (iirls Who Are < Hint rhiioniall> Inclined. Tho girl of the sentimental ! blue eyes sighed. "Ho asked , me to marry him.''she remarked | plaintively. i Tho girl with the new shade f mahogany tinted h i looked . interested. "And you accepted him?" she asked, with au uplifting of tho eyebrows. " No. Like a fool, I asked for time in which to consider it." , " Indeed ! And what did lie ( say tuour' i " Why," replied bIio of the [ l?llie eyes, "ho was awfully nice , and Bympathotie about it, said ( ho understood the innocent ] t hyuess of a natural disposition , like mine and that he would t give me three months to think \ it over." < " Aud what did you answer \ . to that?" j " Oh, I saw my mistake right j away. 1 knew that three days i would ho ample time, but I j 1 couldn't tell him so, could 1? < Besides ho was so nice abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

?? r \ / ^ TIMES-|R_ EGISTER. f and SENTINEL. j "" THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1904. I TO LEND. | On good real estate security In ft -v Roanoke olty and in Roanoke end Bedford counties $500, 9700, $1,000 and larger eutne. Mokkktt & Fox, Baleui and Roanoke City, Va. ? - hi Shoe Department for Salem. On March 15tb, a ilrm name of Rob- w erte Grocery Co. will be ohanged to ROBERTS STORE COMPANY. In addition to the lines already earned vi by tbis lirm, a complete Shok Dk- oi pahtmknt will be added. A llratcla'-s line of Men's, Worn >n's, Misses', j>( Boys', Youths*, Little Gent's, In- |a B rant's, aoU in fact everything car- ft, 1 ried in a olty store will <ba found iu I thUJdepartruent. llr.'T. A. Roberta, I Jr., of the firm of Price-Robert Show I Co., Charleston West Virginia,placed I his orders with soiue of tlio leading 8 shoe factories In the East and there I goods are now being lu-ide and will I, he shipped about March 15th Mr. |i Roberts will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 10 March 1904

# ^ It is Surer Have your cake, cuit home-made. 1 i cieaner, more tasty < Royal Baking P<y wife to produce at he nomically, fine and I hot-biscuit, pudding cake, crisp cookies, muffins, with which found at the bake-sl not compare. Royal is the great ROYAL BAK'NQ POWt S WHY ONE GIRL ) { IS SINGLE NOW. ) f a'XLXJ 33 STORY \ * it/ J* f 8ho arose suddenly in the meeting and spoke os follows : " Married to a drunkard ! Yes, I was married to a drunkard. Look at me! I am talking to the girls." Wo all turned and looked at hor. She was a wan woman, with dark, sad eyes and white hair, placed smoothly over a brow that denoted intelloct. " When L married a drunkard I reached the acme of misery," elio continued. " I was voun/, and oh, so happy ! I married the man I loved and who professed to Iovo mo. lfo was a drunkard and I knew it?know it, hut did not understand it. There is not a young girl in this building that does 'understand it unless she has a drunkard in her family...

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