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MAN IS MEAN.
AKSiors iNQnr.En — ip it tut;e that Fon ftftebw pnnxj?<GS i >'an iNsi::.n nr iiocsfc
fOS a THOUSAND POUNDS?
CI-EP.K — 4JUITE TRUE. MADAM. IF YOUIt UOUSK n"UXS DOTS WK PAT VOL" A Tllnri^NT.
ANXIOUS INQUIHET.— AND I>3 TOT; UAKE ANY INQUIRIES AS TO HOW TIIK FIRE ORIHI
CLEIIK- CERTAINLY. WE MAKE THE MOPT CAREFCX rNCTHRIES,
Axaaoca diquzbsji— ahj i thocght thzogwas a catch in it soinEwncns >Th^ T»ti«-
HUM A XI TY TO AXIMALSA
( i ntintMHl from scT«-nth pip.
to crbich the little birds told cf thtir ?uffer
"l pet nn T.d to that same in a jiffy. I talked
cruelty to birds to those boys :\s I bad never
talked iM?forp, and Tvcurd up by taking them
bcrre with me for more ir.jstruct:on. I t'jld them
*1\ I knew about !;irds. the s<m..l they did. ::!••
Joy they took in livi.'is, this mother Liirds bottot*
at the death of her young. Thes^ were new
A. GOOD REASON.
frmPATHEnc arose*— pooh BOT! rsi bo sob RT TOP DIDITT
-TAS3 YOUR EXAM. what WAS tub RUAI3ON. I wonder?
fIVOBI DOT Uiao ■ciM*rrli^J CAJTT THINK-— O» uneii.
ILLI'CTBATED SUPPLEMENT. NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
WITH THE PROFESSIONAL HUMORISTS.
RI.INH MWS BUFF.
KEWSBOT— CItEAT MYSTERY! FIFTY VICTIMS!
PURCHASER— HERE! I BAY. TUEIU£ - NOTHING
IN YOUR PAPER!
NEWSBOY— TUATS THE MYSTERY. GUVNOR.
mm TUli ifLFTY Fir-iT VICTIIU— UUsHUnUeU tin*.
AN! HE WAS rr.OUD OF IT.
"What m»M!al is that you arc wearing?""
"It s .1 ni> ilal our cow wou .... the cattle shew."*
on his last Ifffs. In a week !;•• ! have died of
h!s own accord I just helped him along.'
"lie Laughed and went his way. It was plain
that I could ■!<> nothing with him. I organize!
a humane club. though, and if "The Horse Killer
Third Large Edition
THE LAST HOP£
By HENRY SETON MERRIMAN
THE ATHENAEUM (London) says:
"Looking hm'fc on his work one would
say that 'The Lust Hope' is one of his
Tery best novels. It ia not often given
to a roveli.st to lay down the pen while
at his highest."
THE GLOBE (New York) says:
"lii artistic finish, in dramatic power.
In sheer audacity, 'The Lust Hope' is not
merely the best of all Mr. Merriman's
novels. It Lt the best story based on
French history that has appeared in the
last live yeant"
Charles Scr : :ne 's Sons, New York