Half Face Protective Mask Cool e house, like Mrs. White laughed Mr. Lee. All the money you half face protective mask cool spend Pg 31 would take care of a dozen families of poor folks, said Flora. That is very true. Suppose I should turn away all the men and women that work for me, those, I mean, who work about the house and garden, and give the money I spend in luxuries to the poor. But what would John and Pg 32 half face protective mask cool Peter, Hannah and Bridget do then They would lose their places, and not half face protective mask cool be able to earn any half face protective mask cool thing. Why, no, father Peter has a family he has got three children, and he must take care of them. Ah, you begin to see it do you said Mr. Lee, with a smile. All that I spend upon luxury goes into the pockets of the farmer, mechanic, and laborer. I see that, father, replied Pg 33 Flora, looking as bright as sunshine again but all the money spent on my party will be wasted won t it Not a cent of it my child. If I were a miser, and kept my money in an iron safe, and lived like a poor man, I should waste it then. But twenty dollars for the Riverdale Band is a great deal to give for a few hours service. Pg 34 It don t do any good, I think. Yes, it does music improves our minds and aleko pbm209tn protective mask mesh wire half face chin mouth coverage, tan color hearts. It makes us happy. I have engaged six men to play. They are musicians only at such times as they can half face protective mask cool get a job. They are shoemakers, also, and poor men and the money which I shall pay them will help support their families and educate them. What a fool I was, father Pg 35 exclaimed Flora. O, no not so bad as that for a great many older and wiser persons than yourself have thought just what you think. But the supper, father, the ice cream, the cake, and the lemonade, won t all the money spent for these things be wasted No more than the money Pg 36 spent for the music. The confectioner and those whom he employs depend upon their work for the means of supporting themselves and their families. So they do, father. And when you have a party, you are really doing good to the poor. That depends upon circumstances, replied Mr. Lee. I don t think it would be Pg 37 an act of charity for a person who could not afford it to give a party. I only mean to say that when we spend money images of medical face masks for that which does not injure us or any body else, what we spend goes into the pockets of those who need it. A party a proper party, I mean, such a one as you will have is a good thing in itself. Innocent amusement is just as necessary as food and drink. God protective face masks for lathe work has given me wealth, Pg 38 Flora, and he expects me to do all the good I can with it. I hold it as his steward. Now, when I pay one of these musicians three or.. A few half naked coolies and policemen were loitering about the place but it is not convenient for a triangular medical face mask thief to carry off a bale of cotton on his back, and a bullock cart in this locality would excite suspicion. In business hours this is a busy place and the Parsee and native merchants, robed in loose white garments, not all of them indulging in the luxury of trousers, reclining on the bales, or busy with customers, form a picturesque scene. I don t think this is the right time to explore this region, suggested Scott. We had better come down here when there is something going on. You are right, Scott, replied Louis and disposable medical masks history I dare say Miss Blanche has had enough of the palanquin, or will have by the time we get back to the hotel, for we are more than a mile from it. I don t think I like a palanquin as well as a carriage, replied the young lady. If you please, I should like to walk back. She was promptly assisted to alight, and the palanquin bearers were paid so liberally that they did not complain at being discharged so far from the hotel. Sayad and Moro were sent ahead to lead the way, while the other two walked behind. On their arrival at the Victoria, they found all the rest of the tourists assembled in the parlor, to whom they gave an account of what they had seen. They went to the saloon in which dinner was served, closely followed by their servants and the scene there was decidedly unique to the Americans, for there were as many servants as guests. The hotel furnishes no attendants, and each visitor brings his own. But as soon as all were half face protective mask cool seated, order came out of confusion, and the service proceeded. The dishes were somewhat peculiar but Sir Modava explained them to the commander and Mrs. Belgrave, while Lord Tremlyn rendered a similar service to the half face protective mask cool Woolridges and Louis, and Dr. Ferrolan to the professional gentlemen of the company. I think you will find this fish very good, said his lordship, as the second course came on. It is the bummaloti, sometimes called the Bombay duck, something like both the salmon and the trout. It is a salt water fish, abundant off this coast, where it is extensively taken, salted, and dried, to be sent to all parts of India. It is elegant, said Mr. Woolridge, who was an epicure. The roast beef and chickens were very good, and the fruit was highly appreciated. The dinner finished, the party returned to the sitting room, and found themselves very nearly alone. At the suggestion of Captain Ringgold, Lord Tremlyn consented to give the travellers some information in regar.
while it out rivalled, the grand d no ucirc ment of a fairy spectacle on the stage. The procession of foreign guests were all seated in the most conspicuous divans for if Lord face mask are used to protect the mucous membrane of Tremlyn had been the Prince of Wales, he and his friends could hardly have been treated with greater distinction, as he was the unofficial representative of the predominating influence in the affairs of India near the throne of the United Kingdom and the Empire. The party were immediately beset with servants offering them fruit and sherbets, and they were sprinkled with rose water from silver flagons. The Nautch girls were not the same the tourists had seen earlier in the day. There were more of them, and they were of a finer grain in fact, the gentlemen, who were judges, declared that most of them were really pretty. They were seated on the floor in native fashion. They had great black eyes their complexion was only the least half face protective mask cool tawny, and was paler than it would have been if they had lived on a more invigorating diet than rice and fruits. There were half a dozen musicians, who played upon tom toms, instruments like a fiddle, and one that was very nearly a hurdy gurdy, with lutes and flutes. They gave the preliminary strains, and the dancers formed the semicircle. The performance was similar to that the party had seen at the hotel, though it was more finished, and the attitudes and posturing appeared to belong to a higher school of art than the other. But the whole was so nearly like what the strangers had seen before, that they were not absorbed by half face protective mask cool it, and gave more attention to the people attending the feast for they were an exceedingly interesting study to them. After the performance had continued about a quarter of an hour there was a pause, and the dancers retreated to a corner of the room, seating themselves again on the floor. At this moment Sahib Perbut came into the grand saloon leading a boy, who did not appear to be more than ten years old, by the hand. He was dressed in the most richly ornamented garments, and he was an exceedingly pretty little fellow. He was conducted to the viscount. Will your Lordship permit me to present to you and your friends my son Dinshaw, in whose honor I am making this feast This is Lord Tremlyn, my son, said the father, who was evidently very proud of the boy. Sahib Dinshaw, I am very happy to make your acquaintance, replied his lordship, as he rose and took the hand of the young gentleman, whom he introduced to every member of his party. They all followed the example of the viscount, an.coming of the distinguished Moroccan, and he had several invitations to make his home in Delhi with them. Lord Tremlyn and Sir Modava were even more abundantly tendered accommodations from British and Hindu persons of distinction. Captain Ringgold had no friends, and received no invitations, though the entire company of tourists were included in those of both the general and the distinguished gentlemen who had insisted upon being the hosts of the party. But the commander was a wealthy man himself, and a very independent one. To throw a company of a dozen and a half upon the generous hospitality of private individuals, or even public officials, seemed like an imposition to him. The viscount and his Hindu companion were equally sensitive on this point and it was proposed by Sir Modava to divide the guests among those who had not only given the invitations but had pressed them upon the travellers. The others did not like this plan and, after some consideration, it was decided to go to a hotel at least it was suggested as the remedy by the commander, who again insisted upon paying the bill. But there was no suitable hotel in the place. The dak bungalow was the only resort, though a hotel was soon to be opened. Those who were consulted in the party were all for the bungalow, and the problem was finally settled in this manner. A couple of small omnibuses were taken, and the party proceeded to the dak bungalow, which was in the centre of the city. Their apartments were not elegant, but they were comfortable and no one found any fault at the absence of the splendors with which they had been surrounded in the palace of the Guicowar, or even those of Bombay. A good breakfast was obtained, and the forenoon was given up to rest but after a couple of hours in their chambers the company were assembled in the coffee room. Delhi is a city which figures largely in the history of India, said Lord Tremlyn, seated very informally in an arm half face protective mask cool chair. It existed fifteen or twenty centuries before the time of Christ, and was the capital of the great Aryan empire. It was founded by the invaders of India. The chronology of India is not reliable, but it is claimed that this event dates back to 3101 B.C. Its name was Indrapechta, which it holds to the present medical face mask standards time among the learned Hindus, so that the city appears to have existed while Egypt was still in its infancy. It became the great Mussulman capital but one and another of its princes changed its location, till its ancient sites extend for thirty miles along the river, and.was a party here, and I came to play the fiddle for you. face mask pilot wind protection All the boys and girls like a fiddle, because it is so merry. O mother what did send that old man here cried Flora. He came of himself, I suppose, replied Mrs. Lee, laughing. I think it is too bad to Pg 75 laugh at an old man like him, added Flora. It would be, if he were in distress but don t you see he is as merry as any of the children Play us some tunes, said the children. I will, my little dears and the old man raised the fiddle. Let s see I will play Napoleon s Grand March. The fiddler played, but he Pg 76 behaved so queerly that the children laughed so loud they could hardly hear the music. Why, that s Yankee Doodle, said Henry Vernon and they all shouted at the idea of calling that tune Napoleon s Grand March. Now I will play you the solo to the opera of La Sonnambula, said the old man. Whew said Henry. The old man fiddled again, Pg 77 with the same funny movements as before. Why, that s Yankee Doodle too exclaimed Henry. I guess he don t know any other tune. You like that tune so well, I will play you Washington s March and the funny old fiddler, with a great flourish, began to play again but still it was Yankee Doodle. And so he went on saying Pg 78 he would play many different tunes, but he played nothing but Yankee Doodle. Can t you tell us a story now asked Charley Green. O, yes, my little man, I can tell you a story. What shall it be Are you a soldier or a sailor Neither, my boy. The story the story Pg 79 shouted the boys, very much excited. Some years ago I was in New York, the old man commenced. Did you see me there demanded Tommy Woggs. Well, my little man, I don t remember that I saw you. O, I was there and Tommy thrust his hands down to the bottom of his pockets, and strutted up the space between Pg 80 the children and the comical old fiddler. I did see a very nice looking little gentleman That was me, pompously added Tommy. He was stalking up Broadway. He thought every body was looking at and admiring him but such was not the case. He looked just like just like Like me asked Tommy. Like a sick monkey, replied Pg 81 the fiddler. Go on with your story. I will, children. Several years ago I was in New York. It is a great city if you don t believe it, ask Master Tommy Woggs. You tell the truth, Mr. Fiddler. It is a great city, and I have been all over it, and can speak from observation, replied Master Woggs. The story shouted the Pg 82 children. I was walking up Broadway. This street is always crowded with people, as well as w.
Half Face Protective Mask Cool t what is the matter now. But you have been seeing new things all the time, and learning something, added Louis. That s very true but we have seen all the big mosques and things, and enough is as good as a feast, suggested Scott. I suppose if we stayed here a couple of years more we should not see the whole of the country. We have got a specimen brick of the principal cities and a dozen specimens of the same thing don t amount to much. half face protective mask cool But you haven t seen Calcutta yet, and that is the biggest toad in the puddle, said Felix. The ship will be there, and if you are homesick you can go on board of her. But the call for attention from Captain Ringgold interrupted the conversation, and Sir Modava had Airsoft Paintball Tactical Full Face Protection Skull Mask seated himself in front of the company to give one of his talks. Our route will be along the Ganges till we come to Luckieserai Junction, where the loop line falls into the main line, the Hindu gentleman began. Is it much of a fall, sir asked Felix. I don t understand you, Mr. McGavonty, replied the speaker blankly. The expression falls into the main line is somewhat different from what we use at home but the young man ought to have understood you, interposed the commander. What would you have said, Captain The loop line we call a branch, and we say connects with instead of falls into, replied the captain. But your meaning was plain enough, and our boys must fall into the methods of expression used here. Though you have seen the Ganges several times, not much has been said about it and I will tell you a little more concerning it before we leave, not to see it again. It rises in Gahrwal, one of the Hill states, north east of Delhi. It has its source in an ice cave nearly fourteen thousand feet above the level of the sea. It is not called the Ganges till it has received the flow of two other rivers, a hundred and fifty miles or more from its lofty source. Just below Allahabad it takes in the Jumna, itself a mighty stream. As you have learned, it is the holy river of the Hindus and it deserves their homage, for, aside from the religious character they give to it, three half face protective mask cool hundred thousand square miles are drained and fertilized by the Ganges and its tributaries. Of its sanctity, that it washes away sin, and that death in its waters or on its shores is the passport to eternal bliss, you have learned. But it renders a more immediate and practical service to the people for it is navigable for small craft from the point where it enters the lowlands, seventy or eighty miles north of Delhi. The river is 1,509 miles lon.y found Mrs. Scoble in Cuba, where she had inherited the large fortune of an uncle whom she had nursed in his last sickness. Scoble had come into the possession of the wealth of a brother who had recently died in Bermuda. He had purchased a steam yacht of four hundred tons, in which he had followed the Guardian Mother, and had several times attempted to sink her in collisions. Officers came to Cuba to arrest him for his crimes at the races, and he was sent to the scene of his villany, where the court sentenced him to Sing Sing for a long term. The court in Cuba decreed that his yacht belonged to his wife and her new owner, at the suggestion of the commander of the Guardian Mother, made Penn Sharp, to whom she was largely indebted for the fortune to which she had succeeded, the captain of her. The steam yacht was the Viking, and Mrs. Scoble sailed in her to New York, and then to England, where she obtained a divorce from her recreant husband, and became the wife of Captain Sharp, who was now in half face protective mask cool command of the Blanche, the white steamer that sailed abreast of the Guardian Mother when the wreck in the Arabian Sea was discovered. From a sailing yacht sunk in a squall in the harbor of New York, the crew of the steamer had saved two gentlemen. One was a celebrated physician and surgeon, do lyrca face masks protect again sun suffering from overwork, Dr. Philip Hawkes. He was induced to accept the commander s offer of a passage around the world for his services as the surgeon of the ship. His companion was a learned Frenchman, afflicted in the same manner as his friend and he became the instructor on board. Squire Scarburn, Louis s trustee, who was always called Uncle Moses, was a passenger. Mrs. Belgrave had taken with her Mrs. Sarah Blossom, as a companion. She had been Uncle Moses s housekeeper. She was a good looking woman of thirty six, and one of the salt of the earth, though her education, except on Scripture subjects, had been greatly neglected. Felix McGavonty, the Milesian crony of Louis, had been brought up by the trustee, and had lived in his family. The good lady wanted to be regarded as the mother of Felix, and the young man did not fully fall in with the idea. When Louis recovered the stolen treasure of the jockey, he had applied to one of the principal losers by the crime, Mr. Lowell Woolridge, then devoted to horse racing and yachting, for advice in regard to the disposal of the plunder. All who had lost any of the money were paid in full and the gentleman took a fancy to the young man who consulted him. For the benefit of his.