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HERO'S FIGURE ADORNS
HIS MONUMENT .
This figure of John Jyaul Jones
will adorn the monument to the
great naval hero in Potomac
park, Washington, which will be
unveiled April 17.
Long distance telephoning
progresses; 240 Yale "alumni at a
banquet in Chicago listenedto an
hour's speech made by President
Hadley-.at.his home in Ne Ha
ven, 1,600 miles -away. -
New York's, richest men iir
1815, four in number, averaged
$200,000. By 1855 there were 27,
millionaires, of whom William B.
Astor was richest. He was
"worth" $6,000;000 and consider
ed a wonder.
My, my how the multi-millionaires
of today must have toiled
and pinched and saved to lay by
weath so far surpassing that of
the richest of 1815, or even 1855!
They must get up early, work,
mighty late, and never spends a
cent for pleasure !
, Had No Choice.
It was 1 a. m. when the rakish'
gentleman appeared on the curb,
somewhat the wdrse for wear.
"Cab here, cab," he called.
"Yes, sir; yes, sir," answered?
the anxious cabby, as he stepped";
forward. "Yes,' sir; what street,
"Well," replied the rakish gen
tleman meditatively, as he bal-
anced hiinself against the lamp- .
post, "wh-what shtreetsav ) ou?"
Judge You have been here
twice before, and twice I have
sent you to jail. Have you any
thing to say why I should not
send y6u there again ?
Prisoner I have scruples
against a third term, your honor. '
. Bre'r Bryan, he says nuffin, but
he lay low.