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ih'eir wives from the room during
-the process of- sampling?
Maget, who appears lo be bit
ter about the matter, says he
hopes the jury sample the kisses.
He says if the jurydoes, it will
award him damages.
A ,mule,. although he plays some
Will work when in condition';.
But when a man starts in to kick
It takes his" whole ambition.
Washington Evening Staf.
THE "TEAM" THAT PROMISES TO GIVE PHILADELPHIA
A CIVIC CLEANING UP
Hfltak. jHiHf&lHBB aR
This picture was taken at the inauguration of Rudolps Blank"
enburg, the reform mayor of Philadelphia, and it shows "Mr. Blanks
enburg, the other member of the 'team" that is expected to-reform
civic affairs. Mrs. Blankenburg is an ardent suffraget and promises
to do her part in bringing about the reformation the Quaker City;
has voted for after 40 years of corrupt government.
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A horse-dealer complained to
a magistrate that some malicious
person fiad cut off his horse's tail,
which, as he meant to sell it,
'Would be a great drawback.
"Then," said the magistrate,
"you must sell the animal whole
sale." - , ;
"Wholesale?" replied the othn
er, "What do 'yoii mean? How.
so?" , t
"Because you cannot retail itr"
was- the reply. Tit-bits. A
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