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co o Many Paris trOtPCB ol fashion arc wearing dia monds in the heels of their shoes. It took from 1775 until 1819 for Maine to gain separate statehood from M aaehusett. John Brown's grave hai just born sold with the farm at North Klba. X. V. It wa only recently that the grave was marked with a monument. Investigators say that in Russia destruction has gone as far as it can go, and that construction is now inevitable. Admiral Horthy, the Hungarian regent, has been al lowed a salary of '$100,000 a year. "The Senate' delay robbed Europe of its faith in America s ideals." is the conclusion reached by Carl V. Ackerman after an investigation of European con ditions. A Madrid publishing house prints a complete novel on one large sheet of paper, folded once, and about the size of a four-page newspaper. By folding the large sheet over and over again and cutting the paces, the buyer has an unbound copy of a novel. The price is about one cent. The G. A. R. had its inception a early as March 16, lSfJ. when the soldiers of the Third Army Corps organized to keep alive the fraternal spirit their army service had created. George Bernard Shaw a I there ought to be a law by which every building should be knocked down at the end of 20 years and a new one erected. British and Americans have practically everything in common, says Sir Auckland Geddes. new British am bassador extraordinary to the United State-, but it would be a mistake to assume on this account that they have the same point of view or approach things from the same angle. In recent religion! meetings at Vale University, over 2.000 students became actively stirred toward religion i a vital force in lite. Within 14 months Poland ha issued over 300 dif ferent varieties of stamps. The false teeth workers of New York, 500 in num f r, went on strike. An interpreter who served the Council of Four says he often saw Lloyd George. President Wilson, Clem enceau and Orlando crawling on their knees over a large map spread out on the floor. There are now 13 republics in Europe, where a few years ago there was but one. In the present campaign, more than in any other, Presidential aspirants are making direct bids for that office. Bills for $o25.(MM),000 have been presented to Ger many for the support of Allied naval, military and ob servation commissions now at work there. It will cost Germany $200,000,000 a year to support the Allied of ficials who will remain to see that she lives up to her agreements. Prohibition, normally, would have had a poor chance in Britain, but the drunken rowdyism of anti temperance mobs at prohibition meetings is having a strong effect on public opinion. The "dry law" has been "liberally interpreted" in Hartford, Conn., to the extent of allowing each Jewish family 15 gallons of wine a year for religious purposes. It is complained in London that American films cir culating through China, India and Africa are increasing American prestige to iuch an extent that it amounts to a lowering oi British influence Twelve strokes with the "cat" was part of a sen tence given a motor driver in London recently. The other pari was nine months' imprisonment. The German public seems to be genuinely staggered by the revelationi made in the documents demanding the handing over of certain German officers for trial. The real character of militarism seems to have been imperfectly understood even by the German people themselves. Frequent advertisements in London ''personal" col umns show a telephone scarcity in the British metropolis. Owners of phones can easily sell their numbers for a bonus. Lynching! occurred in all but five states of the Union between 1889 and 1918. Paper currency in circulation when the war commenced represented seven and one-quarter billion dollars. In November, 1019, it had increased to fifty one billion dollars. Profiteering similar to the present was practised during the War for Independence. Washington said to Congress in 1779: "Let us punish speculators and extortioners. At present a Wagon-load of money will scarcely purchase a wagon-load of provisions." The longest average life is enjoyed by the Nor wegians. The spring rush to the northern gold fields has com menced. Pacific coastal steamers leaving for Arctic points carrying capacity crowd-. The mosquitoes which infest Greenland during the summer are larger and more ferocious than the mos quitoes of the temperate zones. Vaudeville performers are equipping automobiles with sleeping and eating facilities in order to beat the high cost of hotel life. Hunger has driven the prairie wolves of western Canada into small towns where they menace persons going about after dark. A shiny nose takes the best photograph in the movies. Because two men had shaken hands after a fistic battle, a western judge ruled that they had taken the case out of court. The largest organization of office workers in the world numbers 350,000, and is in Germany. Hogs have supplanted the city garbage works at Akron, Ohio. The old system was never satisfactory and always had a deficit. But the hogs "dispose" of the garbage easily and pork is profitable. Over 30,000 Italians have gone back to Italy from the United States. Child labor protests are still to be made in Eng land. Manchester has 6,000 child workers between 7 and 14 years of age. "Infant pillars of the industrial order P "New York is a city of poor people striving des perately against rapidly climbing prices and rentals." The Golden Age. Honey is a more healthful sweet than cane sugar. Bright! disease is often traced to an excessive use of sugar. Honey contains iron and is predigested. Increasing prices of coal are driving .re . two directions : First, toward getting the i Jj y , ln out of coal before using it as fuel, thus , ishttJP income from coal and reducing its pru , a uie! ond, toward an increased use of watei J ? "white coal" of the streams. 1 ' the The Dearborn Publishing Co. DEARBORN. MICH. Enclosed is $1.00 for one year's subscription52 issues to The Ford International Weekly Name OIVICOMPLITI AODRIM WRIT! PLAINLY Street or R. F. D. City State TMK SUBSCRIPTION MICE IN THI UNITKD STATM. ITS DEPENDENCIES AND CUBA IS 9t OO A YEAR; IN CANADA Si BO A YEAR: FOREIGN COUNTRIES 12 OO A YEAR We Pay a Liberal Commission to Solicitors. Make Your Spare Time Produce Dividends. "Highest" marks are awarded to citk 1 a pror sor of Reed College, Oregon, as follow ttk- DaS- highest waes per hour. Cost of living higheit f Birmingham. Death-rate highest in Charleston. pr" portion of population married highest in Cleveland Church membership highest in Louisville. UlanUhSk esl in employment of child labor. Providence higher in park areas. Baltimore highest in quality 0f pave, meats, Cincinnati highest in patronage i public JUL brary. Boston highest in school attendance. Kansas City highest in quantity of school facilit k Geraldine Gordon, of Denison House, a Boston set tlement, throws a sidelight on the immui of certain classes from unrest "the neighborhood of Denison House is made up of Syrians chiefly. They are all potential capitalists, and so far as I am able to dis cover are unaware of the great social unrest ekP where. "It is like Russia." or "It is like Prussia," say the Czecho-Slovak women of Chicago, concerning the "Red" raids. Women are tin real purchasing agents of the United States they buy (0 per cent of the commodities used in the American hone. "If everybody gives a thread, the naked will have a shirt," is a Russian proverb illustrating tin ir belief in co-operation. There are more than 334000 Unemployed ex-soldiers in Great Britain. One of the problems connected with tin settlement of the Jews in Palestine is that of keeping the land out of speculation. It is proposed to apply the land laws of Mosc for that purpose. "I notice there is one clas of people that is not saying very much about the high com . ,t living, and that is the farmer." President Moton, oi Tuskegee. As a robber of birds' eggs, the crow i in a class by himself. There is no egg that does not appeal to his appetite. When George Washington was el cted President he was one of the richest men in Ann "What a beautiful job for a retired man to to janitor to a volcano," is one of Genu eau'l reflec tions during his vacation. Tt is unfortunate that a meeting has not been ar ranged between Sir Oliver Lodge and tin lormer kaiser who is seeing visions with greater ami greater fre quency of late. The "gold cure" business in all its forms has ceased to be a business with the coming of prohibition. Printing accounts of murders in larj type and under flaring headlines will be a violati n of law in New York State if a proposed bill is passed Many reputable papers have pursued for yean pCCJ 01 "playing down" crime news. "During the presence of President Wilson in Pan the moral tone of the Peace Conference Nvas pretty nearly kept up to the standard of the high : tius and principles .... but no sooner had we wn awn than the forces of reaction gained the upper h ami." P W. Gerard. Until Mr. Chamberlain was asked to join the Brit ish war cabinet, the Knglish people were not repre M iited at all. A Welsh prime minister sat with Scotcn, Canadians, Cape Dutchmen and Irishmen, but no eng lishman, until the omission was remedn d. "The nationalization of mines" in the sense which British miners use that term does not mean Socialism by syndicalism, not the mines for the natio but the mines for the miners. ii "The farmer gets paid only for what he produces. Secretary of Agriculture Meredith. "The rubber stamp is hard to eliminate TheBrjjij keep a king and we keep an electoral college Independent (N. Y.) A new wizard is discovered in California-H''V' Diener, who has grown 150 bushels of wheal m""jh pounds of seed on one acre, corn whose ears w 2XA pounds each, potatoes of which a single one feed 15 persons, beans as large as birds cgg chickens twice the normal size. The population of Washington, D. C is "oW 4J ' increasing from 331,069 in ten years.