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HE STARTED ROW AGAINST THE JAPANESE
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Senator E. A. Birdsall of California is the man who started all this
agitation against the Japanese which has devefoped into an international
affair. Birdsall is a great believer in America for the Americans and his be
lief has taken the form of a bill against aliens, and by aliens he is hitting,
especially at the Japanese. Birdsall is the. heavyweight of the California
senate, being probably its biggest man, physically. ,
Referring to George Washington,
an American said to a Scotsman, "He
was a great and good man; sir. A
lie never passed his lips " "Weel," the
Scot replied, "I presume he talked
through his nose-like thefrest o' ye!"
The art of shoeing horses to. pro-,
tect their hoofs against the evils' of
.hard usage was unknown to tha
Greeks and Romans, and is first men-'
tioned in the history of the Celts as
J late as the fifth century.