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are you moping
"I've no one to play -with."
"Well, go and fetch Freddie net
"Oh, I played with him yesterday
id I don t suppose he s wen enough
(o come out yet."
Mother Why don't you yawn
?hen he stays too long? Hell take
the hint and go.
Daughter I did, and he told me
(what beautiful teeth I had.
"Is your wife continually asking,
'What's the trump?' when playing
"No, not continually. Sometimes
she only looks it"
Mr. Meekly Our neighbor's son is
always thrashing my boy. What shall
I do about it
Lawyer Teach him how to fight
Ten dollars, please. Boston Tran
WHAT SHE LOOKED LIKE
"Did you see that hussy who sued
our son for breach of promise?"
"What did she look like?"
"She looked to me like a son-kist
Mrs. Neurich (who wants a gar
den) I would like a bed of salivas
in the center, John. Wouldn't that
Gardener Yes, mum, if you have a
border, of spittoonias. Puck.
"So your work is monotonous, is
it? Why don't you get a job in a
"Why there especially?"
"Something new going on all the
time." Boston. Transcript
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"Some day," cried the outraged
poet, "you editors will fight for my
"All right," sighed the editor, re
signedly, 'Til be a good sport if I get
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