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'An aviator descended in r
a field and said to a rather
well dressed individual:
"Here, mind my machine
a minute, will you?"
"'What?' the well dress
ed individual snarled. 'Me
mind your machine? Why,
I'm a United States sena
tor?' " 'Well, what of it?" said
the aviator, 'I'll trust you.' "
St. Paul Dispatch.
Madge Isn't it awful,
dear? The scientists have
discovered that our feet are
Marjorie "Never mind !
Just think hov much more
our Christmas stockings
will hold. Judge.
Second Treatment Necessary.
'The four oldest of the six small
girls were to be baptized. Before
entering the church one of them
asked what baptism was for. The
mother explained that it was to
make them all good girls. Soon
after reaching home, Dorothy,
aged 3, had a cross spell, where
upon Rhoda, aged 4, cried out:
"Mother, you'll have to have,
Dorothy baptized' over again. It
didn't take on her this morning."
"I always feel at a loss when
the train I am traveling in goes
through a tunnel," acknowledged
the modern Sherjock Holmes.
EVERETT TRUE JUST CA1 V
( pretty ASfftififfnMi lll'lillft
"How so?" asked we, thirsty
"Why, when I hear a suspic
ious smack I can't tell for the life
of me whether it is a young man
kissing his girl or somebody
drawing a cork out of a bottle."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Jack The police are looking
for a mysterious Jack the Hug
ger. Ethel Oh, Jack, are you the
guilty man! Baltimore Evening
Let not the investigators othe
money trust fail to show up how
much of our national bank stock
isjieldjjy foreign financiers ,