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KVEBYWHEKE. I gaze upon the heavens, dear, And see in starlight skies The glory of your womanhood, The splendor of your eyes. The whole world speaks to ma of you— I find you everywhere; The mem'ry of your beauty conies On every breath of air. One of the things on earth, sweetheart, I cannot dream untrue; And through the midnight silence, dear, My soul cries out to you. W. Covington Hall. Frojn Marseilles it is announced that the German General Von Freise has been taken prisoner by goumiera /Algerians) jn a village in the north. He -wss conveyed to Fort St. Nicolas. The fishing industry of the' Bosphorus is worth £250,C00 to 'Turkey. Along the Mediterranean coast she obtains excellent sponges, the Red Sea yields mother ofpearl, and the.Persian Gulf ft.'ai'ia.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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