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urn iuuum j;uu ut vyjuiiu,ictviir
"When tfie-child is a, half toone
ties'orgow's. mjlkmay 'betused jxn
modfffecL if this milk its ourcLand
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(.rEJfeVe is no iP&.?i &$($&
ject of fpqds dfqhs,vit5J imporr
tance thaij that'-whjch relfs to
the fog&s oinniirys and invalids.
, up the subject of foods ''for in-vaJids.-rEdttor.')
1 Slap: Come here, ggfl. What
ilcind of dog' is that jfoju, have' '
" Thud: He-V a twin "dog. I
have two of them." The other is jl
Slap: What' Bpth of them?
Where is thejDther?
Thud: I've got him at home
tied. That's the only way I,, can
fejrthosetwo dogsaprt, when
they're together. Then I$k'nowtKe
one that is loose is theotner one.
But whenthey'reboth tied I donTt
knowwhich one is,a't loose unless
I untie both of them. ? '
Slap: .What do yoil feed this
Thud: dhJiegets the-same
But I guess you do, because this
dog" i ndlhing'-bUtsftm and bon.es
Thiid;Well; T don't ndw
Xyhqrf'hVgets tjiem-r?l dQn&gwe
hihi'artyth'irig but red hests-
Sfajfc He-must'be a-vegetaribn,
blfJfc'dJjQtjhdiv "1" ,
-Bfeijj: ,Np, he's , a :whUe leghorn-
SJap; B.uipan., a Whifce Ieg
horn is tfre mfme,qf a deppsticat
ed'mWtbt.has ttfe' Itohiti of
s'catch.mf M V'i
.$hud t WfiJJ .this t s a,oraisf i
ctdfbtrd dqg.tht'hastie same,
hbitj .,., J, u u ,."L ;
When RicharkPlney wa See
retaryrofState he-ofteft said that
appointees' .of the consular serv
ice shoufd1 speak- language of ihe
Country1 tp which they, were 3P
An enterpYjsing Aeseqi poli
tician., who ddsiredo serve ata
Chinese' pott presented his pi
,pejsto, Mr. Olney. The Secre
tary remarked: ( . " v
"Areyoq aware, sir, ttiatl nev-
er recommend a 6onsul,unrless'he
can v speak the country's lan
guage? Now, I suppose? you do'
nob-spcak Chinese?" ,
JTnt Westernergrinned broajd-
"If.Mr. Sccrefajrv," sand .he,
k!yQU wijl askme ai question 'in
s-went." . u
eVt thViob-New Yorjc
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