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THE FOOD PROBLEM IN 1986
"My, dear, what shall I have for dinner today?"
"H'm, I think I could relish a lettuce leaf."
"Wouldn't you like some peanut again?"
"Yes indeed, but we can't afford it so often. We had a peanut yester-
Wife, you re a jewel.
Ah, but by careful management I saved half of it for today."
SUFFRAGETS BURN CASTLE?
Glasgow, June 30. Ballinkinrain
Castle, costing about $500,000, was
totally destroyed by fire, believed to
be of incendiary origin. Militant suf
fragets are suspected.
The castle has been for years one
of the show places of Glasgow and
one of the costliest residences in
The Leuchars railway station near
St Andrews was totally burned and
suffragets are suspected, though no
literature was found near either
Shoe Dealer It won't pay me to
handle these shoes on such a small
Traveling Man "I know the
profits are small, but, my dear sir,
just look at the shoes and see how
they are made."
"Humph! They are made very
badly, miserable stuff, too won't
last a week."
"That's it, that's it You'll sell five
pairs of these shoes to one of any