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Col. George Harvey's story about
Morgan's offering his resources if the
country needed them is a mighty
good one. But it is mighty late in
the telling, and Morgan is too dead
to either corroborate it or enjoy its
There are twenty-eight pounds of
blood in the body of. an average
In the middle of 1912 the popu
lation of the Unite'd Kingdom was es
timated at 45,662,572, England and
Wales having 36,539,636 inhabitants,
Scotland 4,738,300, and Ireland 4,-384,636.
Yes, the American hen is humble,
but last year she laid 20 billion eggs,
valued at $400,000,000. Just wait till
she gets equal rights to crow?