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500 elephants are needed every year,"
said the famous big-game hunter in
his lecture on India.
"How strange," whispered Mrs.
Winsome to the lady who sat next,
"that people can teach such great
beasts to do such delicate work!"
A quack doctor was holding forth
about his "medicines" to a rural au
dience. "Yes, gentlemen," he said, "I have
sold these pills for over twenty-five
years and never heard a word of com--
plaint. Now what does that prove? '
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