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The five children of the Czar and Czarina of Russia a new.
photograph just received -from St. Petersburg. The, boy on the
right wilLbe the next czar, barring bombs and such like.
" ' ' V oo
er hope to have all. .Just think of
not havingpreserved for poster
ity all the old joggerfies arid 'rith
jnetfcs and spellers, to say noth
ing of those instruments of tor-.
turex the algebras and geome
tries apd grammars I
But they've goile the way of
Every once in a while the fun
ny man, having run out of ideas,
asks: "Where ;do all the pins go?"
Now he can say: "Where do all
the textbooks go ?" For Dr. John
D.,Wolcott, librarian of the U. S.
Bureau of education, tells u$ that
"at least a million, textbooks' all
different, have been7 printed in
&is country. Manybf them have
been lost-and now that he has
started to build up a library full
of them, he finds that .he can nev-.
Germans have beaten us to it
-for sheer nerve in the advertising
game. One auto firm printed nil
"ad" on a blank space on 100
mark notes and they can't stop