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VOT IT ISS. A jCN
cgy'rc showt of J tiTlA
Affable Passenger Indeed, and
you are a music-hall artist! I am a
banker, and I think it must be at
least twenty years smce I was in a
Music Hall Artiste (regretfully)
And I am quite certain, sir, it's twenty
years since I was in a bank.
Gus The idea ofhas saying I had
more money than brains! Quite ri
diculous! Jack That so?
Gus Of course. Why, I haven't
got a penny.
Jack Well? Stray Stories.
WHO HELD THE STAKES?
Mary I'll bet you would not dare
to hold a girl in your lap!
Sammy I think 111 take you up on
IN THE COUNTRY
Stranger How far is it from here
to Parmer Brown's?
Mr. Hays Ten patent medicine
NO SUCH LUCK
Father was reading a list of the im
ports cut off by the European war.
He came to "henna, and other mate
rial for hair dyes," when mother, who
is very much younger, said:
"Well, it would have been much
worse if it had happened ten years
"How's that?" ,
"You had more to dye then."
"Bah!" interrupted young Johnny,
"I don't think much of this war it
ain't cut off the supply of castor oil
any." San Francisco Chronicle.
"Well, is your bride a good house
keeper?" "She hasn't had much experience
along those lines, I must admit She
thinks anybody ought to be satisfied
with an ice cream soda for break
fast." Kansas City JournaL
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"Geraldine says you dye your hair
"Of course not. I dye it, but it
isn't my hair."