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SENATOR LODGE AND GENERAL WOOD GET.
DEGREES FROM PRINCETON U.
Henry Cabot Lodge, senator from Massachusetts, at left, and Genera!
Leonard Wood, head of the army, are shown marching side-by-side in the
academic procession at Princeton where they have just been given degrees.
VERY POPUPAR SCIENCE
.Statistics show that there are al
most as many self-made blondes as
there are self-made men.
If water flowed uphill it would be
very wet on the top of Pike's peak.
There are four women to every
man in parts of New England, which
accounts for the low salaries paid to
.school teachers in Vermont and Mas
sachusetts. The cost of cup custard could be
cut 50 per cent if it could be made
without eggs, but thousands of hena
would be thrown out of work. if a
substitute were invented;
GENIUSKNOWS ITS LIMITATIONS
Wanted To Rent By quiet, unob
strusive couple, plebians, three con
necting rooms (preferably down
stairs), furnished housekeeping, ex
cept bedding and linen; private or
convenient bath; near an owl car
line; man works at night. Not am
bitious 'socially; not interested in
reasons for taking roomers, promi
nent relatives, illustrious ancestors,
or neighbors' affairs. Adv. in Mem
phis (Tenn.) Commercial-Tribune. '
In normal times London average
475,000 telegrams daily.