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Eke a disillusioned man. "It won't
be for nine hundred years to come,
and and I'm a pauper."
"No you ain't Uncle Zeke," yells
Henry, and shoves the seven thou
sand dollars under his nose.
And, would you beHeveit? what
did Cousin James and Cousin Jenny
do but pull out seven thousand apiece
and push it onto the table!
"Why, Jenny!" I cried, "I thought
you and James were trying to work
up uncle into giving each of you
everything, and I wanted to save it
"Same here!" says Cousin James,
staring at me.
But Jenny and I were kissing each
other s ohard that I only saw out of
the tail of my eye how Uncle Zeke
grabbed the bills and stowed them
Yes, human nature isn't so bad as
some folks claim.
LONDON LORD BISHOP ON THE
The lord bishop of London Ar
thur Foley W. Ingram has gone to
the "front," and as chaplain of the
London rifle brigade he'll be in the
thick of the fighting while he remains
THIS IS NOT A COWBOY HE'S A
This soldier is wearing the new
winter uniform of the British army.
The coat is of sheepskin, with the
1 fleece on the outside.