- SIMPLE SOLUTION
The story is told of an army
examiner who once had before
him a stupid candidate. The can
didate being, apparently, unable
to answer the simplest-questions,
the examiner finally grew most
impatient, and in a burst of sar
"Let it be supposed, sir, that
you were a captain in command
of infantry; that in your rear was
an impassable abyss ; that on both
sides of you there rose perpendic
ular rocks of tremendous height;
that in front of you lay the enemy
outnumbering you ten to one.
What, sir, in such an emergency
would you do?"
"Sir," responded the applicant
for military distinction, "I should
A charming young gentleman,
about 4 years of age, used to pass
a certain lady's house every day
on his way to kindergarten. In
the course of -time she made his
acquaintance and gave him a
penny each morning.
Eventually his mother request
ed her not to give him any more
money and the next morning she
did not present the usual penny.
He did not seem to notice the
omission. The succeeding day,
when the penny was not given to
him, he said nothing. But on the
morning f the third day, when
the penny was not forthcoming,
he sidled up to her and whispered:
"Say, Mrs. Jones, what's the
matter?-"Is your husband out of
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"De choir am now about to vo
ciferate," said good old Parson
Bagster during a recent SabbatMj
morning's service in EbenezeH
Qhapel, "and uh-whilst dey am a
doin' of it I solemnly suggests dat
de mothers of dem sassy child'en
dat has been uh-'sturbin' de con
gregation take dis occasion t6
spank 'em. Dis special song will"
rico 1-itir1 rtnA JilcrTl milh cicfrnh
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and so uh-whilst yo do yo duty
dess do it wid zeal and liberality,
Spar de spank and spile de child
erive it to de little varmints hot "
ana neavy, ana ae juawa win Diess
yo, and de rest of us will owe yo-
a vote o thanks. De choir will
now po' fo'th deir hozanners."
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