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SHIP THAT IS BRINGING IN HUNDREDS OF WOMEN
AND CHILDREN FROM LOST TITANIC
LiKeness to the Cunarder "Carpathia," first boat to reach the
scene of.the great iceberg disaster. She picked up 20 boatloads of
women and children from the Titanic. The Carpathia runs between
Hungary and the United States. She is 558 feet long, 64 broad, 40
feet 6 inches deep and has a tonnage-of 13,503. -'
The Wrong Hand.
Two young ladies boarded a
car and were obliged to stand up.
One of them, to steady herself,
took hQld of what she supposed
to be her friend's hand They had
stood there for somethne, when
on looking down she. discovered
that she. was holding a man's
hand. Greatly embarrassed, she
"Oh! I have the Wrong hand
Whereupon the man with .
smile stretched forth his othei
hand, saying "Here is the othe.
v TheProper Case.
, Teachef "Sammy, in the sen
tence 'I have a book,' what is the
case of the proYioun I ?"
Sammy (promptly) "Nomin
ate e case."
Teacher "Next bpy, tell me in
what case to put the noun
Next boy (thoughtfully)
Ws quite forgot that frosted
Preludes tne festne stumrnJck
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