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"Yes," she said, "I might manage
to give you something to eat if you'll
saw and chop a good pile of stove
wood and bring in a few buckets of
water and clean up the back yard and
fix up the front fence."
"Madam," Teplied he, 'Tm only a
hungry wayfarer. I ain't yer hus
iband." -N. T. World.
"How about this fare?" demanded
e. stranger in New York.
"Fare's quite correct, sir," replied
fthe taxi chauffeur. "I haven't over-
"I know you haven't and why
haven't you? What sort of a game
are you up to now?" N. Y. World.
Jl "What are you sneaking abqut?'r
"The march of current events."
W "The march is out of date. You
mean the tango.V Kansas City Jour
One morning Rosie's teacher no
ticed her hanging around the desk
with rather a wistful expression.
"Well, Rosie, what is it7" she
finally asked, drawing the child to
"Please, teacher, we've got a new
baby t our house."
"Oh, have you, Rosie? Isn't that
fine ? What's the baby's name ? "
Several days later the teacher re
membered to inquire about the new
"Oh, Rosie, how is Ikie today?"
The child looked bewildered. "Oh,
teacher, we ain't got no Ikie."
'Tes. You told me you had a
A gleam of intelligence appeared
on Rosie's face. "No, teacher, his
name's Mose; his name ain't Ikie. We
found we already got one Ikie."
NOT RIPE FOR IT.
"Little girl, why don't you wash
the baby's face? Don't you know
that cleanliness-is next to godliness?"
"Maybe it is, mister, but this kid
ahft old enough to go to Sunday