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' pet, only vojecae",yGUCAN'-i
Tag-PT&ener-brsv?" -T&1 '
"Huh! Tust as tpuchifun. as
ruhnin' errands &-" vr
"Do you like c"bunt-irgout at,
the beginning of thegane?"
"Naw. Sounds just like the nine
table and- LHAT Vithmetic."
"You doa't ride ypur, bicycle
anymore" ' ."' x "
-Tu t j:'j-j.:ii Tr :-.. -'
vvaij jl'uju tut x &aw u pjwiuc-
of a fellow in a tread-mill And af
ter that J always, felt like him."
'How wouldyou?likea 'pony ?"
Fred's iace brjighteriecj. "-His
father-continued. " '' v. i -r
"Then you cpuld'.rubiini down
and sponge 4nmsan$fceiph'im and
, bed hirnfdoy:?
"GeeLain't'nQ Yfy stable,"
' said Fred, : .
"Reminds me of grarnma'r and
composition.'! " n ,? r
v Fred opened his imoijth to-iSaV
i CO, 1 , - t -I rf 4
maps, leajnwhat makes.) the fame
ot eacnjpiace'atia enjpy vgurseii
generally." :.$' ;
Fred gasped: itf JhmeuV'and
loggerphy "and history'all jrr a
bunch" ' t -
"You haVe-cne-of thevtoorst
Jaults," said Father1. ' You. make
work pf aH your.piayU'p. - z
'Fred sa, spmewhatvsuUily, put.
He' wasnppslticha dpllDpy. jn spite
of his bad.habit:. Maytte.J'.d bet
ter be. an actorbeauseJ.nj, work
isying,fegriimed ', T
'-By the .time you've learned how
.to-act.you!lf firid-playlng. is work-rog.'t-
'- c, - "" '
" TTm afraid. Fred Vas just
lazyV'-sajd the Storyman . "Yu -can
waste your, whole life being
lazy and sometimes you can do al
most, as-badlyj by being: slow.
Shall -I tell you the story of'THe
Lost -Hour?' -All right tomor
row." ' s w
PLUNKETT RESIGNS ,
Capt. Plunkett of Desplairfes
street station, charged with neg-"
lect'ofduty by police civil service
commissiorij resigned from the
force this' morriing, .a few mo
ments pef6re -trie, time set for a
heading on th,e charges, i -$
Plunkett's, action' was a sur
prise to "Inspector t Dorman and
Lieuts. A(mbrose and' Howard,
faKa -vere to be" tried .with him on
thesame- charges today. '
.rRhelastr three officers asked for
-a-postpphemen'of the hearing
Ut fer 'learning; of thej resignation,
ffnd the cases w.ere put 'oyer to
-b b f-v
Itfdy didnl count, on the op-,
posit'dn,, pf the Arabs when she t
waltzed lightly into Tripoli. T,hp '
F Arabs- are fierce enemiesf "toq--
just nungry.iur a acrap. A t
French hair-dresser recently
built up a coiffure.6 feet'in height
and weighing 10, pounds, on a '
dahcer'slieadr She danced with
it and it didn't qomedowji. Bet v
that fellow didn't pin jip Mrs,
Joney.puffs. ,. , . ,
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