Miscellany: Mar. 17, 1923

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In San Diego, California, ministers' sons formed a society to combat the base libels fastened upon their kind.

Sixty people fainted when Ricardo Thanorro carried an open can of ether on a Manhattan subway train, " to cure his cold."

The Panama Canal had its greatest week of business—168 vessels passed through. Eighty-one of these belonged to the United States fleet.

In New York, 1,500 traveling salesmen cheered for railroad mileage books at a 20% discount and agreed to fight in court any opposition by the roads.

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