The heat wave which waved and stayed in the eastern states of United America, waved its way across the Atlantic to stay with the disunited States of Europe. With the rise of the thermometer, vitality sank and with the increase of humidity, ambition faltered. An unnamed U. S. newspaper correspondent with more imagination than energy was locomoted about Europe. From the shade of his conveyance (it might have been from the window of his hotel or, again, a hyper-metropical vision from the U. S.), he lazily and laconically wrote to The New...

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