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A TOUCH-ME-NOT TOUPEE
Mrs. Bacon And when your hus
band gets angry, does he tear his.
Mrs. Egbert Oh, no; he's afraid
to. It's not his, you know. Yonkers
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"Gee; wot a.cinctt!" OTff
"Wotcha mean cinch?"
"Dat feller don't have ter pay ter
seevany ball game. i He kin look right
over de fence."
,new york. mr & mrs ahem was
having a peach of a scrap last nite
about the ol man tracking up the
cleen kitchen flore with his muddy
shoos & they was hollering loud enuff
for us to here them planely which
wasent hard to do caus we had our
ears glood to the winder all the time
o dere, o dere, said mrs ahern cry
ing to beat-the band, i wish i had tak
en my mothers advice
whatcher your talking about, take
jojir mothers advice, inkwires mr
. she adviced me not to marry you,
thats what "she did, replys mrs ahern
you done meen to say that your
mother tryd to stop you from getting
married to me, do you, mr ahern
yes she done that very thing, replys
his wife A
grate scott, ecksclames,timvahern,
how i wronged that ewomanf for here
i have been-sore onjny motherin law
all the time and now i findiput that
she was Irying-to save me-tfus mess
at the verryistarfcu .--
my popctSays-sthats -the- furst time
mrs ahern dident getthe last word
"My wife is giving another party,"
said Mr. Gumrox.
'Well, I hope you'll enjoy yourself,"
replied the genial friend.
"I wouldn't dare think of such a
thing. I might laugh out loud and
upset the class of the entertainment."