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    Two Marylanders, who were visiting the National Museum at Washington, were seen standing in front of an Egyptian mummy, over which hung a placard bearing the inscription. "B.C. 1187."

    Both visitors were much mystified thereby. Said one:

    "What do you make of that, Bill?"

    "Well," said Bill, "I dunno; but maybe it was the number of the motor-car that killed him." - Edwin Tarrisse.

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