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-Whaddy'yuh mean you lost your
" Whaddy'yuh mean you want your
Whatddy'yuh mean you're on the
" Whaddy'yuh mean your roll is
Whaddy'yuh mean you got to toil?
Whaddy'yuh mean you're awful
Whatddy'yuh mean you lost your
: Whaddy'yuh mean you hate that1
"Whaddy'yuh mean?" It's in the
A thousand times you hear the
"Whaddy'yuh mean?" It's every
where And everyone's springing it, these
"Whaddy'yuh -mean?" We do not
But we want to learn with an ardor
keen. - -Give
us a.' tip say, put us jo
Whaddy'yuh mean by "Whad
, dy'yuh mean?"
IF YOU WERE A JUROR IN THIS CASE
In one of our large cities a young man who receives $12 a week as a
clerk in a big office-recently wedded a young.woman who had worked in
She knew his income when she married him. She vowed that she
loved him and that it would be great fun to go with him into the battle of
poverty and help him onward and upward.
A month later a chap with money came around. He had an auto. He
took her riding to gay dinners and sprightly , dances. He bought flowers
and candy for her. And finally he persuaded- her to abandon love in an
attic, with the homely, hard-working, unimaginative clerk, and to travel
"the primrose path. .
Naturally the husband is at once indignant and heartbroken. His first
impulse was to invoke the unwritten law.. Perhaps if he had. come of a
sturdier stock he would have done so. But his habit, of mind, "due to his
'kind of work, is orderly. So he has taken his grievance into court. He
has sued the love pirate for $50,000 damages, valuing at that sum his wife's
Are the affections of such a woman worth that much? If you were a
juror sitting on such a case, what would be your idea of a fitting award?.