Miscellany: may 28, 1923

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In a dusty corner of the Louvre a Paris antiquarian discovered Napoleon's bay mare—that he rode at Waterloo.

In Tasmania many houses have iron roofs. A radio amateur at Hobart discovered that they may be used as aerials.

Orange and black are the colors which, by order of the warden, convicts are painting the buildings of Sing Sing.

At Salisbury, Md., a baby girl was born with six toes on each foot— rare, because they were all completely developed.

At Lahr, Baden, Germany, was completed a " king of casks," holding...

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