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Mice' Feu-eR. Dor.
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, A TRAILER
"I follow the medical profession,"
remarked the newcomer proudly.
"Surgeon," we asked politely," just
to make conversation.
"Undertaker," he replied senten
tiously, though gravely. At that, we
considered his rejoinder a bit cryptic
and shrouded in gloom. Philadel
rTHE fWEQRGE FEU-EjA
DtSPLHYO R LOTOOF
ENTHU5IRSM WHEN HE
GETS fl CHANCE TER'
TALK flBOOT HIMSELF
n. y. little fredie maccarty is verry
proud of his paw, who is a mounted
cop and his paw is verry proud of h3
son to, but he aint so proud of a re
marck what his brite son made to a
lady what was visiting there house
1 day last week.
and now there telling the goak
around the 14 street stashun and kid
the life out of fredies paw
mrs halligan came over to call oa
tors maccarty who was upstairs get
ting dolled up and fredie was in the
,parlor wit the lady
my pop is a mounted cop, fredie
indeed, says mrs halligan, is that
much better than being one of the
polisemen that walk replys mrs hal
ligan sure it is, mum, says fredie, show
ing clearly how contemptuous he felt
at such a display of ignoramusnous,
because if there is any trubble my
pop can get away ever so much
quicker than one that walks.
The Young Doctor Just think, six
of my patients recovered last week.
The Old Doctor It's your own
fault, my boy. You shouldn't spen4
so much time at the club.
"This is a fine time of the night to
be coming home."
"You can't start an argument with
me this way, my dear, I agree with
you." Detroit Free Press.