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or ia-some way got ridoi itso
thoroughly without getting any
thing for it "that he lost it out of
You can see that the loss of an
hour made him an hour behind
in everything. When he went to'
school his geography teacher ask
ed him at 9 o'clock, "What is the
capitol of North Dakota?" and he
said "Corn flakes, please," be
cause, his mind was still eating
breakfast. At 10 o'clock, in the
history class, he was asked "Who
discovered America?" . and he
promptly answered "Bismark!"
One Saturday the boys were
playing hall and Sam was put in
right field. The very first inning
a fly was hit to him and he didn't
even start for it, but in the fifth
inning," an hour later, when he
was at bat, he suddenly ran out
into the fiejd as if a hundred in
dians were after him.
"Hi, Sam! where you going?"
called the captain.
"I've got to catch this fly," an
"You get out of the game," said
the captain, "you're so slow you
couldn't catch a fly if it was swim
ming in a cream pitcher."
What happened next we'll find'
King George in his tour to In
dia will never be beyond the roar
of London streets. Wireless
telegraphy will keep him in con
stant touch with everything that
happens as soon as it happens.
We-livein'a wondef-jvprldi L 5 '
-IN THE LIMEEIGHT: :
The great progress made by the
German labor in "the fatherland"
is due most of all to
the untiring efforts
of Carl Legien,
president of the
of labor, and secre
tary of the interna
of labor officials '
Lesrien nas been a
prominent figure in
European labor cir-i
possesses splendid atf Legxen
executive ability and. is a keen
student of labor conditions the
world over. , f
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THE UTTLE PROIUER RlSHE&
Ittro the GREAT Actor's
stud" amd asked him i
this: if authe world
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