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JUST FOR HIS KIND
A certain millionaire did not ap
prove of foreign missions. One Sun
day at church, when the collection
was being taken up for these mis
sions, the collector approached trie
millionaire and held out the collection
box. The millionaire shook his head.
"I never give to missions," he whis
pered. "Then take something out of the
bag, sir," whispered the collector.
"The money is for the heathen."
New York Globe.
Will and Mary had been busy court
ing for over two years, meeting every
night in Hope street, Glasgow. About
a fortnight ago, Will, in parting with
his beloved, made the usual remark:
"I'll meet ye in Hope street tomor
row nicht Mind and be punctual."
" 'Deed, aye, Will, lad," replied Meg,
with a merry twinkle in her eye. "We
hae met noo a lang time in Hope
new york. little gorgie is a tuff
kid, but he has a sister littler than he
is that makes him look like a piker
evry wunst in a while
her name is mabel, and she is only
6 yeres old, but oh myl
last sundy morning mabel's pa"was
going to take a bath, and her ma
went into the bathroom to see if
evrything was all rite
there was mabel sailing a boat
around in the bathtub, and playing
it was the pannama canal
take your boat and get out of here,
Lmabel, says her ma, your papa wants
to take a bath
mabel she didn't want to take her
boat and get out, and she hollered
bluddy murder, and kicked and
scratched and tore things up consid
erable, but they finelly pried her loose
and chased her out
so then she went out in the street,
and pritty soon a old lady came along,
and mabel says to her, do you want
me to tell you sumthing
why yes, my dear child, says the
old lady, i wquld be glad to have you
tell me sumthing this brite sundy
morning, what is it you have to tell
me, little girl
well, says mabel, there's an old
smart aleck in that house rite there
that thinks he is going to take a bath,
but he aint, because i pulled the
plug off the bathtub, and when our
cook wasent lookin, i put it in the
soup, and we are going to have it for
dinner, so there now!
aint that a kid for your life?j ' ',
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