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fate was irrevocably sealed. Asked the question for the last time: Do gray thinker, do I follow you? I follow you. Ms. Minne? he had himself with all his might

I decided to go down the street, which Tannhauser once hit and what he can find with Sascha! hoped was just as earthly and pagan. like the mindless intoxication of the knight in Hörselberg. 12th chapter. The November storm passed through the Go! En, '. Ehölz. He carried plaintive tones into the corridors of the villa and rattled the double windows of the dining room, where Frau vrrn Aeresow. the colonel's sister. made the preparations for today's Ab'.nd with sascha. A stately table was set in the front room. Three silver attachments with flowers and fruits shimmer richly over the flashing chaos of glasses. Crystal bowls, plates, cutlery and spoons. Sascha von Rheuss with a piece of paper and a pile of table in hand. waste the place. After she had placed the last of the cards with the stylishly twisted inscription: Mr. Kom.nMll'nsrath Baloum Teuschenthal- on the yellow-green Roman, she looked at the clock, which was just half past three. .Today we are ae enough aunt on time? Kob me once! What is still missing, you can do that without micks? 'The weather has been clarified so tolerably; The storm is easing: I still HAVE to discden ltts vttlc.What are you doing? Nothing special at all. But when I think that I am the whole Aveno mer niusini iiitin. oann grabs me like Unzedui "). I'll be lukewarm for another hour. - But it's still strong winds. And now he's moving too.... - What do I do? I'll hang the coat over the old one, you know, and take the umbrella .After two minutes she appeared gk 'armed. Mini, aunt'. Of course I'll be back before dark. " Don't you want to go over first? "Said the aunt with a beweauna after the colonel’s room. Not, for the world! Papa is in a mood today. Just tell me All these efforts. Even in the kitchen, even the bouauet arrar.girt. Even here the cards have been written, it's great: Sasch 'scurried down the stairs like a rch and slipped into the house. Whoever saw them had to Gain an impression: the lovely, intimate girl does not want to be noticed. After the father's room I had a rather anxious look up. Then she turned to ln! S. Tolate the lun and he passed a hidden one urgently into the wood Hut, low, covered with chins, reminiscent of the romantic Oäuscben- the fairytale world, perhaps also of that cozy home where, according to the poet, despite all the limitations, there is room for a happy couple ... Mascha von Rheun had full Seriously a sweet secret. She hesitantly hid ' from her aunt, and even more so from my brother. Aucv carried it with the dark feeling. oB you a wrong! veging; aoer vlk Luit am Verbotenen outweighed the most ardent objections of her conscience. ... BesaateS remnants, however, were not of the kind that Hell mutb would have asked for. if he had seen the glowing-eyed Nire with her sweet mouth disappear so secretly behind the tree. Hellmuth completely got over Sascha's assessment, for he did not know the genesis of her brisk, high-spirited demeanor. Sascha von Rheuss was the center of socializing in Stiehlberg. the idol of the lieutenant, who, despite his severity and roughness, loved his father, but above all respected and feared him. Completely naive, Sascha had moved her papa among the officers as if among brothers. Neither of them had made an impression on her; but with almost all of them she was on the same footing as a familiarity that often had something unrestricted, yes, bold. It never occurred to even the most careless of these lieutenants to make the daughter of such a harshly impressive father the object or shallow trifle, let alone something worse. Two or three of the most ardent lions of the regiment had fallen in love with Sascha, but without taking on the gauze of a cord: so clear was the utter indifference from the nature of the young girl. Only a young man with as little schooled life experience as Hellmuth could misinterpret this naivete: the connoisseur, as soon as he wears a glowing exterior with Mune, SaschaS. behind the mischievous flash of exuberance, leave the purity and warmth of a genuinely feminine heart: the heart. No, the secret. that Miss Sascha you kissed in front of her papa with so much fearful anxiety was basically a very harmless kind and only caused a certain regret as a result. that Obers von Rheuss was a peculiar in certain points. ' and a marriage broker. with whose outburst of anger you were not just thirsty to cope with. sacha from Rht-us! That afternoon went to her hearty boy ate. These sheep, as they also keep him. .elegcnh ii uanttle, was an all .clest iunslarlacr boy, whose .'ckannisZt she l! tts previous 3ji: i

mer '"had done at the Erddecrluchen. Lutz Marguth was the name of the small, charming lad, a blond head with large, shower-gleaming eyes, not at all shy.' but so loud and so pleasant that she took the boy out of her lap straight away, made love to him stormily, chatted him after father and mother. Little Lutz chatted to delight. He had no papa; only a mother who was off work during the day went, and a dear old, wrinkled grandmother who made coffee and knitted and washed it in the morning and in the evening told him stories about Wols and Red Riding Hoods, about good Snowy and the bad stepmother, about the princess who was not in the church wanted to try it out, but he liked the Rothlappchen because it had such a lovely grandmother who liked to eat wine and cake ... scta, which I had lost her mother at the age of ten and despite the warm Gütt ' which she shared, with no substitute for von Vercson, once felt that something was settling in her heart, something that was related to the joys and dreams of her earliest childhood the

Fear that he sometimes instills in her, passionately: but the man in charge was also a man who would not let himself be taken out of his lap, as Li, and generally such .letuue- found sentimen al by women. Since there was one on oneself that she. once agitated. concluded a lasting friendship with the uncomfortable Lud. Lutz M arg uNz had the good fairy ". As he called sascha von Rheuss, led to his (ros.malüa in the hut Stuude was half asleep. Frau Suke Marguth lived in gloomy conditions. She could no longer earn anything herself, since her kindness was weakened by excessive demand. Her daughter, the wife of ileinen Lutz, brought her on Saturday when she was at the paper mill TKimtclirtc. only the very best with. eocr pfennig was kept here at Ratke. Det little Lnl) even had to earn money by collecting berries and flowers. Then Sascha von Nhenr. had felt the mission in her, this grandmother, that one She had more than three Virclel her - not all too plentiful pocket money - to the people on the one condition that Grau Marguth never followed anything new. ) - The big diamond ::.However, once again the world's attention was drawn to the large diamonds as a result of a new find that was laughed at in South Africa. The n: ue stem. weighs 9 and 1 carats, belongs to the so-called white decimants and is consequently of immense purity. A buyer could not be found: until now, since even kings and emperors have the necessity to buy the food. The smaller demants are not uncommon these days, but the larger ones can be counted on the fingers. There may not be a hundred diamonds in the world that are over 50 carats. Of these countless L) percent are in Europe, that is, the rich people in the Q.'n of our country have their own. K o h i n u r. The two properties that determine the value of a diamond are: purity and weight. To determine the price of a diamond. the number of zcaras :: is multiplied by itself and then calculated according to the price of one carat. , The best known: gronie diamond is the Braganza, property of the King of Portugal, the stone was found in 1793 or 1799 in Brazil. It weighed 1630 karate unpolished, but since it is not completely pure it is said to have only one We? Lh 530,000. First comes Mattan, which was found in the Landak mines in 1787 and belongs to the Sultan of Mattan. Its weight is Der Qrloff. 367 carats, its value) two million dollars. Its color is a light blue of great beauty. The stone is not for sale. The Sultan once flatly refused 5,750,000 and two warships that had been offered to him for it. The Great Mughal or Kohinur is located under the Crown Jewels of the Queen of Er.zland. He was known as early as 1620 - but disappeared until 20th or 40th law late

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States, Canada and Meriko are to be agreed at the leveling rates, and all the required requirements are necessary. Oscar G. Murray, Sales Director? D. B. Martin, ciu Pass. Agt kl. l. LroO5? R2, auxiliary E.Pass At. dianaL !!!. ? -. Fire Alarm - Sig ?: 4 Pennsylvania and Narkit. 6 Englishs Opera House. 6 Galt and Nero Pork. 7 Noble and Michlgan. 8 New Jerseystr. and Massachusets Av 9 Pine and North. 10 Market and Pine. 1t headquarters deö ZZeuer'Dexart'nltZ. 12 Lt. Clair and Est Etr. 12 No. 2 cpr'nhs. Mass. Ave. near noble. IS Delaware St. and Fort Wat) ne Ave. 14 New Jersey St. and Fort Waune Ave. 15 Peru Ctr. and Massachusetts Are. IS Christian Ave. mii. Aid St. 17 Park Ave. and Butler St. 18 Columbia and Malott Ave. 19 Archer and John Str. '123 No. 9 Hose House, Ash and 7th St. I2i Alabama and Seventh St. IZ5 Central and Lincoln Avenues. IZQ Müdes St. and Lincoln Ave. it kolumbla and Hm Ave. l28 Central Ave. and Achte Str. 129 Exhibition Building. 131 Alabama and Alorrljon Ltr. 132 Stohankpton and Echte Ctr. 134 College Ave. and tenth Etr. 135 5? O: ne Ave. and Delaware St. VSQ iabama and North St. 137 NeNZmann and Acdte Etr. 138 College Avenue and Irwin. zi llinotS unv St. Joseph Str. 23 Pcnnst) lvannia and Pratt Str. 24 Meridlan and Second Str. 25 No. 5 Svr'uhauS, 6. near JUinciiftr 26 Mississippi and Et. Clair Str. 27 JllinoiZ and Michiqan Etr. 23 Pennsrlvania and Fifth St. 29 Misst nivvi and Fourth St. "AZ Tennessee and William St.: 13 Pennsyloc'Nia and Mlchlgan Ctr. 114 Jlllnois and Herbert Et?. 115 Orphanage? For colored people. 16 Tennessee and First St. ffWoriStft i ? rtS fftafii "'VV.VkM. UIIV WKVVVAI.V. ! 18 Clifford and Jesferson Avenues. 31 No. 1 Spr'nhs., Jnd Ave. and me. 32 Meridian and Walnut Etr. 34 California and Vermont St. 35 Blake and N.-m York E: r. 3 Jndiana Ave. and St. Clair Str. 37 Etadt-Hospital. 23 Blake and North St. 39 Michigan and Agnes St ?. J12 West and Walnut St. 113 West and Tritts. 114 Seventh and Howard St. 115 Torbet and Paca St. i! 6 Tennessee and 1st Street. 41 No. 6 Spr'nhauS, Wash. near West Etr. 42 Geißendorf and Washington St. 43 Mtssouri and New V) ott St. 45 Meridian and Washington St. 46 Illinois and Ohio Ctr. 47 Tennessee and 43 Washington St. Aingan's Slaughterhouse. 49 Jndianola, 3 squares from the river. 12 Missouri and Marvland Etr. 113 Mississippi and Wabaih St. 15 MorriS and Cburch St. 1 0. 2.u. W. RundhauZ.Oestl. vom Zlü i23? rren. Ayl. 24 Miley Ave. and National Noad. 51 No. 4 syringe house. Illinois and 52 Illinois and cuitana Ctr. 53 West and McCarty St. Wen and South St. 53 Mississippi and Öenro St. 57 Meridian and 3iäy Etr. 53 No. 10 Echlauchhs. Motris & Mad. 59 Madiion Ave. and Tunlap St. 13 West and Rockwood St. .13 Kentucky Ave. and Merrill Ctr. .14 ​​Union and Morris Ctr. , 16 J: linois and KansaS Str. 17 Morris and Takota Ctr. '.13 Morris and Church Ctr. i Tenneuee and McCarty Str. 21 Meridtan and Palmer Str. ', 23 MorriS Str. and Gürtelbahn. , 24 Madison Ave. and Minnesota St. 61 No. 2 hooks and ladder house, Soustr. 62 Pennsylvania St. and Madison Av. 63 Delaware and McCarty St. 4 East and McCarty St. 65 New Jersey and Merrill St. 67 Virginia Ave. and Bradshaw St. 63 Eaft and Coburn St. 69 Pennsylvania Etr. and Madiso. Ave Z12 McKernan and Dougherty St. U3 East St. and Lincoln Lane. ! 14 East and Beecher Str.! 15 Noble and South Str. 71 No. 3 Spr'nhaus, Wirg Ave. u. Hu '. 72 East and Georgia Streets. 73 Cedar and Elm St. 74 Benton and (Zeorgia St. 75 English Ave. and Pine Etr. 76 Tillon and Bates St. 78 No. 13 Svr'nhous, Prospekt u. Di2a-? 79 Fletcher Ave. and Tillon St. 712 Epruce and Prospekt Etr. 713 English Ave. and Laurel St. 714 Willow and Olive St. 715 Ehelby and Beecher Ctr. 716 German Orphanage. 713 Orange and Laurel St. 721 Lerington Avenue and Linden Ctrc5k 723 Metcher Avenue and Epruce Etra. 724 Tucker and Dorsev's Factory. 81 Market and New Jersey St. '82 Washington and Delaware Ctr. 83 East and Pearl St. 34 New Ork and Davids. 65 Tuub Mute Institution. 88 United States Arsenal. 67 Ortental and Washington St. 69 Women's Reformatory. 312 No. 8 SchlauchhauS, East Wash. St. 813 Market and Noble Etr. 314 Ohio and Harvey St. 315 Arsenal Avenue and Ohio St.. 321 Pan Handle Railroad Shop. 523 Walcott and Carter St. 91 No.7 Spr'nhauS Maryland near Merid. 92 Meridian and Georgia Etr. 93 Meridian and South St. 94 Pennsylvania and Louistana Ctr. 95 Alabama Ct r. and Virginia Ave. Special signals. First 2 chats, second alarm. Second 2 strikes, third alarm. Third two strikes, fourth alarm. 1-2-1 fire out and hose expired 3 strokes, few? Water pressure. 3-3 more water pressure. 12 beats, 12 noon. The first 12 ianal does not stir! T. nimble ia ausaeicblaaen. in the folaend 'the hundred, tens and hoers are gecc & approx

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