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, ' "Rao Wit aR &aoge!!
' LO$T JLAfiOR.
A young man ia flannels and a
straw hat was wheeling a baby
rarriatrp baric and fnH-h alone tne
f sidewalk in -front of an imposing
set of flats. The hot afternoon sun
.poured pitilessly down upon him.
"My dear' came a voice from an
"What's the matter?" he
shrieked back. "Let me alorje,
can't you?" And he went on
An h.Qur later the same voice
"came frpm the same" window:
''Well, what's the matter
j)oWi?" 'he shoufed. "Have the
water pipes burst?"'
"No, Geprge, dear!" wailed the
Voice. "The Water pipes are all
right, biit. you've beeft wheeling!
Lottie's doll all the afternoon
Won't your let baby have a tufal
For the first time he was tak-t
ing her out to lunch and he want
ed to make a good impression
So he took her to a swagger res-
taurant and all 'kinds of Frendhl'
dishes were ordered.
"Aubergine augratin," "vol ou
vent," "etuVee of beef" and in-
numerable other, rich viands were,
handed before the bewildered ijj
by the obsequious waiter.
"Now," said 'he, after they had.
been at lunch over an hour, 'whlftij
will you have next" .
The girl smiledTwith difficulty
"1 think I'll have indigestion:
lext," she remarked with a paint
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