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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158,
February 18th, 1920, by Various

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Title: Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, February 18th, 1920

Author: Various

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VOL. 158.

February 18th, 1920.


Writing in the _Echo de Paris_ "PERTINAX" asks Mr. LLOYD GEORGE to make
some quite clear statement regarding his advice to electors. There is more
innocence in Paris than you might suppose.

* * *

Professor WALLER has demonstrated by experiment that emotion can be
measured. At the same time he discouraged the man who asked for a couple of
yards of Mr. CHURCHILL'S feelings when reading _The Morning Post_.

* * *

Sir THOMAS LIPTON'S challenge for the America Cup has been accepted by the
New York Yacht Club. It appears that neither Mr. Secretary DANIELS nor
"President" DE VALERA was consulted.

* * *

Widespread alarm has been caused in London by the report that a certain
famous artist has threatened to paint a Futurist picture of a typical

* * *

A Dutch paper reminds us that the ex-CROWN-PRINCE has taken a Berlin
University degree. We can only suppose that nobody saw him take it.

* * *

In the case of a will recently admitted to probate it was stated that the
testator had disposed of over seven hundred thousand pounds in less than a
hundred words. It is not expected that the Ministry of Munitions will take
this lying down.

* * *

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