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the channel AV.theT -snip-' cornea -alongside
they give5 exhibitions of'
diving after coins that are thrown
to them by passengers.
No sooner does Sie piece of-money
strike hewater ttian the boys dis
appear, hefid downward, andafter a
lively soranilUe-far tiepeath'the sur
face theJucljtaonestant,rtses to the
surface1 holalnrthecoin"in-tiis- hand
as proof-df'ljis prowess. '-
CARMENf'&YLVA ELECTED TO'
. ' ROYAL SOCIETY
Queen Elizabeth of Roumania,
known the world -over under her pen
.name of Carmen Sylva, has just been
honored bybelig elected a member
of the Royal Society of Literature of
England. -"" '
She "has become famous for her
many poe,ms, fairy tales and dramas.
Three of Jier,most "noted books were
"Thoughtso'f a Queen,'"Shaclows on
Life's DJaK'and "A Real Queen's
There-,is a village in "Italy, Atezio,
where youn& men are uqt allowed" to
make lojfe until they have served
their time iu the army. .
HEIRESS JGF'COLT 5WbPE 'Fl LES 3
i tMhOW flf wHff 1
Los AngelesrCal. Mrs. Lucy Lee
Byrn, the niece and heir of the Jate
Col. Thomas H. Swope, multimillion-
aire, of Kansas City and a principal
figure in the Swope-Hyde poison-?1
mystery, has .filed suit for divorce
from W. B. Byrn. Hrs. Byrn is a J
daughter of Mrs. Margaret Swope tf
Independence, Mo. ' ib
co . '"
Should the inkpot be accidentally",
upset on the tablecloth or carpet,
pour a little cold water over it at'95
once. The ink will'float on the water, 3
and when the cloth or carpet is rah- "
bed dry no stam will show. '. T
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