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A BIT DIFFERENT
Borelelgh (at 11:40) Do you
know I always thought you had a re-
i tiring disposition?
Miss Weereigh (stifling a yawn)
Not exactly, Mr. Borelelgh, but I
must confess to a disposition to re
tire. Pittsburgh Dispatch.
"Some of your hymns-are very poor
llpoetry," said the critical theologian.
That doesn't signify anything,"
iplied the clergyman. "We all know
fof some very fine poetry that would
make exceedingly poor hymns."
Mother (after relating pathetic
story) Now, Reggie, wouldn't you
like to give your bunny to that poor
ttle boy you saw today who hasn't
Reggie (clutching rabbit) Could
n't we give him father instead?
n. y. for just a gerl, gorgie's
sister mabel is certainly some v:
mabel likes to boss the other Utile
gerls around, and when they do?rt
stand for the bossing they are, apt to
go home considerable mussed up.
-now mabeL says hes mther a
while ago.'i don't want you getting
into no more fights, it's terrible for
little gerls to fight j
well, ansers mabel, some of them
kids do' get me awful mad, ma. f
then let me tell yoji sumthing toj
do, my child, says her mother, when-
ever you get made you must stop andf
count 100 before you start your hair
pulling and face slapping, and that
will give you time to think things
mabel said all rite, she would al-j
ways do that way, and her mamma
told her she was a nice little gerl. ,
but in a cuppel of days mabel's ma
was out walking and she seen a little
gerl lying on her back on the side
walk and mabel -was sitting on the lit-'
tie gerl's face. .
why, mabel, says her mother, herej
you are up to your old tricks again.)
dident you promise me you would
always stop and count 100 when you,
yes, i did, ansers mabe.1, and that
is what i am doing now, and i ami
sitting on lizzie's face so as to bej
certen she will still be here when I
get through counting.
o o I
'Ta, a man's wife is his better halfJ
"We are told so, my son."
"Then if a man marries twice
there isn't anything left of himl i,
there?" Boston Transcript.