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youcansee her: and then deside
if you .want to loosen ' '
so miller and fritz goes to a
caffay, and there is mrs. wine
berg, setting at a table, she hands
fritz a smile and tells him she will
go home if he will pay her frend
mr. miljer 135 bucks '
'Calls on the Cops.
fritz has got cops hiding around
his hbuse, and he tells his wife
and her frend to come to the
houseand they will talk it over
so tfiey go there, and mr. miller
who is a regler fox, anyway he
thinks he is, tells mrs. wineberg
to wait outside while he goes in
and cop's the coin
he makes a deal with wine
berg, 25 dollers cash for the lady
and the rest on the instalment
plan, then he goes out and the
bulls grab him
nuthmg was' to beseen of mrs.
wineberg, but a puppel of hours
later, after fritzhadgot home
from the police'sta'tlon he herd, a
nock on the dore'ancl' there was
wifey ' ' -
gee, but ive bin a chump, she
ses, i met this gink at a, pickcher
show and i -run away with him
and please can i come in -
fritz he took'her in, and maby
she will be worth the 25 dollers
he invested, also maby not
HE REMOVED TROUBLE
Thomas Taggart tells story
about one of his constituents,who
bothered him for contributions
in a campaign several years ago.
Pat was in the habit of getting"
"gldriously" drunk, and rin this
condition tackled , Taggar.t for
- "Go away," said Taggart." You
are drunk. I'll not give you any-
thing while you are in 'that con-"
"But, Tom, I don't want it for
a drunk," Pat replied. "Give me
$2 and I'll buy a-pair of shoes. I
swear, Tom, if you'll give me the
money for the shoes", I wont drink
another drop until after election."
"Well, if that's the way you put
it, here is $2," said Taggart. '
Pat went away and presently
returned wearing the shoes. For
days he was sober and Taggart
began to -feel his money had been
expended. But the reform did
not last. One1 day, long before
election, Pat appeared in the hotel
lobby where Taggart was. Stag
gering' and "stuttering, he said:
"Say, Tom I" want to speak to
you a' minute."
"Clear out' said Taggart, "I
don't want anything to" do with
you." ' c' ;.''-" -
"Why, . what's the matter,
Tom?", "' ' .
"Matter? " What did you tell
me thesother day? . Didn't you
say if I gave yoifth'erhoney for a
rpair of shoes you would not take
.another drink until after elec
tion?" Pat sat down suddenly and
quickly pulling the shoes from
his feet, shoved the shoes over
toward Taggart, saying: "Well,
if that's it, take your old shoes."
One swallow doesn't make a
spring, but it makes some fellows
jump, v ...