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IMPRESSIVE MOMENT AT EXPO. OPENINGS
SECRETARY LANE ADDRESSING CROWD
Franklin K. Lane. Secretary of tbet
Interior, and personal representative
of President Wilson at the opening f
theh Panama-Pacific Exposition, de
livering the national message to a
throng of over 200,000 people under
the portal of the Tower of Jewelx
within the Fair Grounds at San Fran-
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THEN HE CHOKED
"I've promised to go in to supper
with some one else, Mr. Blanque; but
I'll introduce you to a very handsome
and clever girl "
"But I don't want a handsome and
clever girl; I want you."
Last year 46,012 babies were borri
m California, or 126 per day, accord
ing to the bureau of vital statistic
"Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys airb
marching " '
Those 42-centimetei guns also
haye destroyed a lot of aor castles.
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