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doctors, artd the- -reporters and
deputies. Why dj4,w,e sfyjle and
try to talk of everyday thmgsr
Because hanging is sof 'awful
that a man who. witttesses'.it'dare
not admit to himself howwful
it is. He knows, in -his- Kearfbf
hearts, that the cold, deliberate
killing of a man by his 'fellow
men, brutalizes the 'killers and
thdt is all society just as surely
as Itepds human life. Perhaps the
killers'suffer more harm than the
killed. , ' '
About people v.
The Countess Lutzow,'wifeJ.of
thd distinguished Austrianivisitor
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the" heroine of one of
the count's duels.
That was while he
was secretary em
bassy at London in
ambassador, did not
jnvite the countess
io a social function
pf some sort, and
had to defend his
forgetfulness on the
"field of honor."
Charles Cole, a Pittsburg un
dertaker,, was fined $5 and costs
for going, to sleep in church. The
preacher had tiirh arrested,
j .Miss Martha Leishman, 'daugh
ter of the American ambassador
at Berlin, was so impressed with
tle brilliancies of the kaiser's
court that she lost her footing on
the paldce stairs. At-the-Jbottom
she found herself with a dislocat
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Tmp is the: cossack who guards
the -new -"Russian anifiassa'dqr,
the latter goes. With his pictur-
esOU&'Uniform and htQ siinnlv nf
gUns'flnd amunition the cossack
attracts much more attention
than';;tHe'ambassador does' him
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