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Two scenes in Belfast, Ireland, where Winston Spencer
Churchill, John Redmond and others plan to speak in favor of Home
Rule. On the left is a castle place, in High street. On the right is
Albert Memorial square, showing the memorial to Queen Victoria s
husband. Note the double-decked, horse-drawn "trains" or street
cars, a familiar sight all over the British isles.
"My dear," called a wife to her
husband, who was in the next
room, "what are you opening that
"Why," he said, "with a can
opener; what did you suppose I
ivas doing it with?"
"Well," replied his wife, "I
thought from your remarks you
were opening it with prayer.
Some people are always look
ing for trouble, but the wise
man's search is brief.