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-- HOW L6Na HAF YOl H
HER SQUIRSl. t
SAVED .FROM SLAUGHTER.
T - Ydung Jorkins is always brag--j
ging about his great muscular
j ptfength flncj his'prowess with his
j fits. . .
- Recently a story went round
i ihat.hc.and Smithtfcn had nearly;
j come to, oiows aner a tennis
match, and Timson -went to the
! hero to learn the truth of the mat
j l "Yes," srepljed Jorkins, gettitfg
jrfcd in thfc face, "Smithson called
V-tnca cheat,' and I wanted to lick1
him .then and4her& Yes, and I
& would have ddn$ ik too, if I
hadn't been grabbed from behind
r nd JjeUl back"
r . "kealTyi" asked Timson eager
. ly, -'And who held you back?"
'Ohr-er Smithson!" replied
RATHER TOO SMART.
"Mrs. Gayboy had friends to
tea, one of them being the wife of;
a learned professor, i
"I wish I knew where George
was," remarked the hostess, re
ferring tto (her rather dissipated
The. professor's lady drew her
"I presunre, my dear," she said
primly, "you mean ypu wish you
knew where he is ?"
"Oh, no, I don't !" jetorted Mrs,,
Gayboy. "I know, where he is.
He's upstairs in bed, with a bruis-i
ed eye and a fearful headache. Li
want to know Where he was."
Mr. Man What was yourj
father before he died?. 1
Smart Boy Alive, ,