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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 15, 1918
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fUESDAY, APRIL 1«, 191S. -THE" DAlLT COTTRIER, CONNEltSVIIjLE. :· PA. eAGE SEVEN. Rainbow's End ..A BY REX BEACH AwUt*rot ::,". .. TW InaTnO." CHAPTER XVII. Mesa. -Look!" Jacket clntcheiJ at C'ReHIr «nd pointed a slinking finger. ^'More beggars! Christol -And those little childrenI" The boy tried to laugh, but his voice cracked nervously. "Are they children, or gourds with Iejr»-tin3*» .them?" ; " ' ' · · · · · - · . O'Eellly looked, then turned his eyes away. He and Jacket had reached the heart of Mntanzns and *,eto 'facing; the public sqnare, the Plaza de I* UB-' ertad It was railed. Mntanzng appeared .poor and squalid; depresslngly irretoh'prf; its streets, were, foal. aiid the Plaza de la Llberfad--jritri mockery of a name--was crowded with n thronsr snch as It hsd. never, held In OTfeflly's time, a throng'of people ifho- ·were, without exception, gaunt, listless. ra?::e::. There : wai? oo"afternoon parnde ofrfinerv. 710 laughter, no noise; ' the benches were f^l, but thrlr occupants were silent, too sick or too wen* to more. Sor were there any romping children. Their were, to be sure, Tast numbers of undersized figures in the square, bnt one needed to-.lot* twice to realize that they were not pygmies or wiiTOed little old folks. It was not «tr«nge. that Jacket bfltj compared them to gourds with legs, :£or all were naked, and most of them had bodies swollen into the likeness of pods or calabashes. They looked, peculiarly jrrotesijue with their spidery legs and thin faces. · ·'. . -· O'Reilly panted* a .(lid" hnnfl aero** his eyes. "Just Seivc.i. !?e breathed. "Stop--she's one-of these!'* The reeooceijtra'doff overran'M«t»n- kas in an ·andean swarm; streets, and plains were congested with them, for ·BO attempt was-made, to confine, them to. their qtrartersJ Morning 1 brought them strenmlng; dcrffo-from the. sob-. ' urban slopes "where theyllred,-. evening tent them winding back; their-days were spent; In; an aimless .search for. fuod. Tliey snatched crumbs .and. combed the gu!;tcr3"for crusts. How they managed to exist, whence came the fo.xl that kept life in their miserable bodies, was a. mystery, erea to the citizens of the city; no organized effort l:r.d been made to euro for them and there was insufficient surplus food 'for-lis!t:fheir number::' Yer somehow they lived and lingered on. At the time of O'Reilly's arrival the right presented by these innoctlit victims-of war was appalling; it roused in him a : dull red 'rag«-nt the power which had vronght this crime and nt the men wL permitted it to continue. Spnln was a Christian nation, he reflected; she fiad : set up more crosses than any other, ,nnl yet beneath them she had butchered more people than all the nations of. the earth combined. This monstrous, coldly cnlctilcUns effort to destroy ttte entire Cuban peoplo teemed to him tin M»ckw5 Infamy of all, and he wondered if it .would be allowed to succeed; ... ' ·' Fortunately for th3 two friends, Genf eral Betancourt's gcnerosUy served to relieve them from any Immediate.dan- ger of starvation. After making a few purchases ami eating with the utmost this Pathephone that is offered as the greatest phonograph value in the world for ,OO OPPHKE DALL NoNeedlejrtoChajia T * ·'S L T J'^ · \ I T 3 -^ It is'the only standard phonograph on the market at the price complete with lid. It i» the only standard phonograph at the price equipped to play all records. ' It has the appearance and the quality of other standard'phono graphs at $45. ' It is'not alone equipped with a Pathe sound-box for.-playing:. Pathe .and Edison records, but also with a lateral sound-Kox for playing Victor, Columbia and all other snakes of needle-played records. 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OlBellly 'slowly withdrew his band from his pocket. ."Test It's Bosa's nxiney. Bat--com*; I can't endure ·thrt." :.;· ;. V He led tie way back to the Plaza of Liberty unfl there on an iron bench they waited for the full day. They were very tired, bat further sleep was Impossible, for the death wagons rumbled by on their. wny«to collect the I bodiei of those who had died during '? 1 the night: . TO BE CONTINUED. . fho'acV Tht; adverts*. "Sits li"-2 Drops- Thin to Jhe Dance! "Oooduight to Com Paini-Conu. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE PRESENTS. HOT STEWART IN'"'" '; i ·· "Keith of the Border" - » TRIANGLE PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS. " · · · ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY. ' ' . . T O S K O K B O W "BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENTS HERBERT RA-WUNSON IN "BRACE UP" WONDERFCrL PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS. . ALSO A GOOD COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. '"S«y, glrj«, yoii can laugh »t. tight «hoea{ or damp. cora-pu))inar w«ath«r,. ^ig bumpy coraa;.calluflca on tht fole* e( your Mer,vcora»; b»- twttn tb« lo«a.",h»rd 'and *oft com. 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Fwm those still llTing, grotns, eigha, sick ·intterfopi raw .natri-craeHly floally dragxed his youthful companion out of tfce place: · ' ""I can't stand "that" he confessed. ·T can't sleep when people iure starring to death alongside oTiie; Thl» money pares my pocket. I--t^-" : · Jacket read bla,jemo»» and HM a d«talnliic hand itpod his arm. ,'.'·-· ·"· ~K win save onr BT«, too," he said ·imply. loday7 almviy becana*'. It i* an wonderfully »lmpl« »n* -alwaya work*.B» »or» yoo sefOiUHlt-'" "Geta-lt." tne xuMranteed, money. baekcora-rraoTtr. the onlyaure way, costs but a trllte at any drat itore. . and recommeh'd' as tha- world's best corn'-remedy by. l^n»hr«y.Iria« Co.. A- A. nellsTlUe Druff Co. J, B. 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