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' ? To develop the physical l e ' TH m a k e an on heads or f r e t , following (".ery w i t h shoddy s t u i ' J s dealeis. Sometime 1 - 1hey marry t h e m . New York Day-By-Day By O. 0. M c I N T Y R E home | yours he bus ruled as Mayor oi China- \ c r \ ,uood l a t e l y . in n a t i o n a l m o r a l e We c h l a r g e r a « a t b u r d e n t h a n j o jJorsoy towns, but he suiycd on 11 | NEW YORK. JAN. W --They buried . he said. 'Tom I.ee the other day. FIT many j Tom Lee \\a.s put down n e l t o w n . Ho rult'd u \ e r it in the palmy t e n - rtl}s v | u , u j 0 m imusos \\cro real and I no! made lor rubberneck wagon patio t h i s . T h e irons H as all the way from seventy to ninety years ol'l He lived his life, housed in the shadow shadow of a rattling elevated railway, with a city ruMiinc around ai saw Chinatown'.s dccjiy when building up .ind tearing clown. lied from the police to j His best friend was Chuck Conner.- who passed (n several years ago i j ' the v e p r o v e d u n r e a l n a n v e dmuesf'.c M l - ) ' " 1 " ' - ' ' K , . ,, . . . , , had .settled the Tong w a r s and I Chuck was ,i Bowery spieler ! \ v a s content N o t h i n g annoyed or the world over for his low j surprised him He po^es.cd an cf-| derby and coat of w h i t e pearl r w a r d lort i ot ;s d i g n i t y thai made the best J Several jcars before Chuck pomp of our oldest aristocnits shabby a l n u i s t ;\s I pretence by iompun-»on His Chinese IrieiuK v e n t alone; ahead of tbe hoarse and throw bus of rice paper to the w i n d s to keep the I e v i l spirits uw-ii}, but Tom Ijee "wa^ ! not afraid H" asked t n a t no howl i j o t rice be put on his graxe av is t h e : .custom "It w a s a foolish custom," i r m a n n e r o f on the long journey I met him in l m ' I't-H Street i a f o and he took iw around To Molt street to meet Miyor Tom Leo I shall never forget that wise, imperturbable, unchanging Ori cntal face Ho talked perfect English and t h e ' brashest youngster, with reforms for the world under his hat. could learn 1 ed and s K i n d l y h e \ le; r " ^ o r t l i u i i (In ^ yi ! i n l e , "an.! \ \ l u b . \ h% p h e t i - i ] a! our W IX ,s( I 1)\ Tut s, Catarrh Vanishes AI! Here IS One Treatment That Sufferers Can Rely Upon. If ou w a n t in drive cit,irrh .inri all its disttii'-tiim -.Miipioiiis fniii ' i u r .·-^.stiMii in t h e Miortest po?sibie tur,,\ i;o to j i u r driiesist ami ask f(ir a H o m e i o u t f i t t ( i(la RiH-athe I H o m i i and it w i l l rul ou nt c a t a r r h , it gi\e.^ Mich quick relief that- sill who tin' it for the tirM time ,ire a^toniohed H\oiiHi is a pun' pleasant .inti- but muel) from his philosophy. Tom m a i ' ried a w h i l e woman who was 1 to him u n t i l the time of her The old man did much for his f'l- j l o w s He knew C h i n a t o w n Chatham Square better t h a n any other man He did not care for t h - i , nii»re e n t r r p r i M n g hfcliolit. ot 1 " ' 1 "' . . . . . . . . d o o i i r o r f city. lls asna/.mgcst achie%emcnts j ° l i i , ' ,. ... , , ..,],, .hio ^,,,-\ no in U it him as ever, polite, calm a n d ^ · i '"' 1 11( · ,. . . , , '.,]. ,,, .i,,. no^v.-ifips of slightlv bon'! , ' " ' "'- n e c f S ' i ! t ing a* The Uig iUuav--sometimes know.i ···= · : liroadwax ,J copymg dear o l r ^ '«

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 22 Jan 1918, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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