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Excerpt from The Herald of the Golden Age, Vol. 7: September, 1902
The home' has been lately enlarged, and a new lethal chamber added to it. One steps out of a dreary, slummy street into a kind of little Paradise. Beautiful owers and greenery meet the eye in unexpected places. There are garden seats in the courtyard, and an elegant little pink tinted drawing-room to wait in. There are courteous young ladies, and neat pages in livery, and everywhere brightness, cleanliness, and order. There are rooms for pets, a hospital for sick pussies, and comfortable quarters where the rescued spend a few brief, happy hours, surrounded by plenty, before their little boats set sail upon the waters of the river of Oblivion.
A wonderful apparatus is the Lethal Chamber! But I am not sufficiently scientific to be able to explain its mechanism. I should like to write over it Blessed are the merciful, for in this most peaceful of death-chambers the little dumb souls pass away from want, and torture, and neglect unto Him who made nothing in vain.
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