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clients of mine you'll lose your
McGrath: "Is that so? Well,
I won't be fired, that's a cinch, be
cause I'm going to resign right
now. I wouldn't work for any
man that tried ,a game like that,
even if he was the president of
the United States."
Moran (to McGuire) : "You
heard that, didn't you?"
McGuire ( shuffling toward the
door): "Yes, I heard. I guess
he'll be sorry about it some day."
McGrath: ''Well, what do you
know about that for dirty work?"
Moran : "Pretty raw. What'll
you do for a job ?"
McGrath: "I guess I can find
a job where I don't need to be
ONE OF THE REAL NIFTY SPRING HATS
Some of the new spring hats show great cleverness of trim
ming, one that will be worn in early spring is covered with a crown
of feathers, and a peculiar feather contrivance that looks very much
like the tail of a guinea fowl is put directly on the, back. This hat is
in shades of green, and the feathers are of mottled green with black
Mr. Bachelor (meeting papa
and his 2-year-old offspringl By
Jove, old man, that's a beautiful
boy of yours. Papa I don't think
so. Mr. Bachelor (surprised) I
never heard of such a thing. Why
"not? Papa. Because he's a girl,
Grace Just see how much
your little, wifie loves you. She
made this cake for you all by her
self. Arthur Yes, my darling.
And now if you will eat it all by
yourself I shall possess indis
putable proof of your devotion