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Although French titles of nobility
were abolished at the time of the
revolution by a decree that was re
vived in 1871, yet the ministryof jus
tice issues certificates of nobility.
Members of the French diplomatic
service who use titles have to obtain'
one of these certificates and' pay stiff
ly for the transaction. The fees in'the
case of a duke amount to $2,500, a,
marquis pays $2,000, a viscount $1,-'
400, baron $300, and a chevalier $200.
Superintendent of Wood's Hole
codfish hatchery says 236,497,634
eggs were propagated there last year.
Some little job that superintendent
must have had counting all those cod
City of Paris has issued map show
ing where, within its limits, the tango
may and may not be danced. Bet
those non-tangoing sections are pret