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frRE3DB0Y?S MENAGERIE '" -
I neyer had -an Ostrich 3W"
Andtried to keep him in acage,'
But-what,his feathers all fell off
And HE fell in a raget -
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.ANDY GIVES ADVICE
Andrew Carnegie is giving us
vadvfce as well as libraries He
.tells just how "every? bojj oan be
cortie as successful as I am." 'It's'
"worth knowing, so;here 'you -have
"Get married .young; don't
moke-or drink; do" more work
than is expected of you ; iive" on
$25.00 a week " j . . .-
Thus you will- accumulate-'
$40d,000,000.; But in 'case" you
shouldn't get your paws oa more
than $399,999,999.99 it is welhto
bear in mind ' Mr. Carnegie's
further remarks: I
y ?Montyint everything If is
merely a trifle
"tady," said Plodding Pete, "I
ain't had a square meal in two
-"WelJ,y said the resolute two
man, as she turned the dog loose,
"neither iias Towser, so I know,
you'll excuse him." Washing
"This fellow is a genius."
- "I doubt'it I noticed that he
found his spectacles in the first
place he 'looked for them."