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THE FUNERAL OF GENERAL GRANT
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inis-news photograph shows the funeral procession for Genf . '
Frederick Dent Grant in New York city, a-caissOn bearing the coffin,
which was followed by Gen. Grant's charger, comparisoned in blacky
Burial was at West Point. - J , '
' ' SHAME! SHAME!
There is some whining in the
British house of commons over
our senate's investigation of the
Tetanic tragedy, on the ground
that it is a "foreign inquiry -into
the loss of a British vessel", a.
'proceeding hitherto unheard of.
That's just exactly what it js
It is also an injjuiryjnto the" mur
der of hundreds of U. S. citizens
by Britishdack of law -for "safe
guarding TjS. citizens.. The in
vest jgafron may,-lead to the en- 1
actment o laws, to, safe-guard-i
American citizens as- the British'1'
laws do pot.
That any Britain4pfetending to
be a statesman "objects to such a
purpose puts-shame on the whole-
British natipn, jBritain might J
mu,eh better get busy ascertain--
ing -why so majiyjiif her own ctti-
rens had to go down with the'Ti-
Hollanad'has its first patent
law protecting inventors.
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