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ocean thereabouts is two, mites
deep. J , "
"No such thing," says another
scientific .sharp. Not even lead
will sink to the bottom xf water
that deep, he says. It will go
down till the weight of the water
exerts such an enormous pressure!
that it can't sink any further'
'There it will hang suspended in
the water as -long as the world
And there, according to this
theory, hangs the hulk of the T
tanic today, half way between the
bottom of the oceanand sea level.
"Science," says Webster's dic
tiqnary, "is exact and compre
hensive information; that which
is knownr knowledge duely ar
ranged." Hurra v !
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"SO MANY .OTHERS," SAYS
Strfokes What's the matter
with Bilwins?' He looks so bad
Jokes Worrying over .little
things. Got twins at his house.
Dayton, O., May 2. (Special
"It is hardly fair for me to re4
ceive the gift," said Henry S
3Blank of 35 N. Taylor st-, who '
has just been awarded a bronzes
medal and $1,000 by the Carnegie
Hero Commission for risking his
own life in an' unsuccessful effort;
to saveMhe life of Philip, A,-Her-,
bert, a fellow employe, in a
plumbing shop fire. ,
"There' are so many deserving
people who tio not get recogni
tion. , I did nothing, more than j
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