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Mr. Jones (at the telephone)
Hello, is that you, dear?
Mrs. Jones (at the other end)
Mr. Jones I wont be home for
dinner tonight and probably not
until very late afterward. Don't
sit up for me.
Mrs. Jones What is it, lodge"
night, or work at the office?
Mr. Jones Neither. Collirfs
and the gang want me to stay
here at the club for dinner and
there's to be a'little game1 in the
evening. I think I can bring-home
a few dollars, to you for a new,
hat or something. v
Mrs. Jones Oh, very well.
But if you lose, don't youdare say
anything to me about what I
dropped at bridge yesterday.
Mr. Jones Yes, dear.
Mrs. Jones Come home mod-
erately.so'ber. Stick to beer. The
last time you mixed 'em and you
remember it "took two t of your
friends and a cop to bring you
home. I wont be up .when you
cbme home don't wake me.
&w York THnjis.
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