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The new baby had proved itself the
possessor of extraordinary lung pow
er. One day baby's brother, little
Johnny .said to his mother:
"Ma, little brother came from
heaven, didn't he?"
"Yes, dear," answered the mother.
johnny was silent for a minute and
then he went on:
"I say, ma."
"What is it, Johnny?"
"I don't blame the angels for sling
ing him out, do you?"
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"My wife can drive nails like light
ning." "You don't mean it!"
"Sure I do. Lightning, you know,
seldom strikes twice in the same
Wife (In 'railway train) It's mor
tifying to have you act so. Why don't
you get up and help that young lady
raise that window?
Dutiful Husband She's so pretty I
was afraid you'd be angrvj
It was Sunday and Donald was
hammering away at the bottom of his
garden when his wife came upon the
"Mon," she said, "you're makin'
ower much noise. What'll the nee
"I dinna care what the neebours
say," retorted the busy one. "I must
get my barrow mendit."
"Oh, but Donald, it's verra wrong
tae hammer on Sawbath," expostu
lated his guid-wife. "Ye ocht tea use
JEKYL OR HYDE
First Neighbor (threateningly)
Did you call me a two-faced thing,
Second Neighbor (unabashed)
Yes, I did; and wot's more, I dont
know which one 'em's, the ugliest.
"Wat 're you doin' wif the blocks,
"How kin you play war wif
"By usin' 'em to form a blockade,