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serts that Hume, who is of counsel
ior mis. tfenn, offered him a percent
age of the final fruits or the suit if
lc would testify for their side.
These accusations Hume vigorous,
ly denies and declares that he will
prove his innocence of Wright's alle
gations at the proper time.
RUSSIA'S RAPID TRANSIT
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Three-horse sledge used in the northern part of Russia. Sledges,
some drawn by horses arid some by reindeer, link up the northern railroad'
that is the only connection Russia's 180,000,000 people have with the
"Are you sure you love your neigh
bor as yourself?" asked St Peter,
who was cross-examining the new ar
rival. "Yes," answered the applicant for
a golden crown. "For ten years he
used my telephone to carry on his
business, and I never complained."
"Enter, my good man," said St.
Peter, with much feeling. Birming
Bismark was on one occasion press
ed by a certain American official to
recommend his son for a diplomatic
"He is a remarkable fellow," said
the proud father. "He speaks severt
"Indeed!" said Bismark, who had
not a high opinion of linguistic ac
quirements. "What a wonderful head
waiter he would make,!"