WELL DONE, SIR.
\ U VMI D 'I Ml-- < H'M VN N VMI *-V DMA Taiuinv 15 II ei I s \d ie\ endot ed the j I i 0 R \ Mr Hot lei tf ii t i i t T cntjldt, In a 1 nig t ci t i apph int M it( 1 th it 1 i I iij.li hj md hi= father ( ii 1 ne i he b i ne\ei b\ed n I i i \ 1 i \ i<« e inr tin hoi and i i 11 ii nine lb t n ( c nt ui mm hj in' if n ire id desolation 1 i i i | u i i i m d woriel an 1 the | hacking" t" pietcs of rpiiet. peace-loving I Heliums, tho tlerman nation, said Mr : lloi-ier. stands guilty of one of the black- ' t'st crimes <.f t\-]iich man i« capable, lie I therefore eo ]or:;.-?r wish to be. known jas iloisiei. ~ .
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WELL DONE, SIR., Evening Star, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915
WELL DONE, SIR. Evening Star, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915
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