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."-5.IM' mwTP'9 ' T I
love me any more, notwithstanding
his protestation to Jim.
Wouldn't it be a beautiful life if
nobody ever made any one else un
happy and we were all always able
to keep our pearls beyond price?
(To Be Continued.)
Ice ponds at McKinley and Besse
mer parks and Davis square opened.
EYE PUNCTURED TO OPERATE
Threatened with loss of sight of
his right eye, J. McCan Davis, ex
clerk of Illinois supreme court, is to
day awaiting operation at St. Luke's
hospital. He was trimming his eye
brows with manicure" scissors while
in Pullman car. Train lurched and
scissors entered eyeball.
NAME FOR WILSON
,' "Byzantine logothete," as CoL
Roosevelt used it in reference to
President Wilson, is a term of pro
found contempt, explained Prof,
i&sil Qildersleeve, retired professor
of Greek at Johns Hopkins univer
sity and the foremost classical stu
dent in America.
"It is derived," he says, "from a
Greek word, logothetes, meaning a
scrivener who draws up papers. It
is the name of a subordinate who
does the work of a secretary and
holds purely a minor position.
"I think Roosevelt raked up this
scathing term from some history Tie
had probably read recently. It is by
no means a commonly known word.''