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F WOULD FIX THAT
Mrs. Youngwedd Well, dear, I've
found a flat, and the cars go right
past the door.
Youngwedd Won't the noise of
the electrics disturb your rest, my
Mrs. Youngwedd Oh, the landlord
assured me that I wouldn't mind it
after the first two nights, and you
know, dear, we can sleep the first two
nights at mother's. Tunes Picayune.
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i ELITE EXCURSION
Visitor Where are you going to
spend the summer, Lola?
Little Lola With our country
cousins. Mamma says they are not
stylish enough to visit us so we are
going to visit them. Kansas City
The servant girl in a suburban fam
ily was taken to task for oversleep
ing. "Well, ma'am," she said, "I sleep
very slow and so it takes me a long
while to get a good night's sleep'
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"' SOMEWHAT WOODEN
One of our dramatists has had rea
son to find fault with the acting of
some of the company rehearsing a
play of his. The manager expostu
lated. "Really!" he exclaimed, "you must
allow that we know more about act
ing than you do. You most remem
ber that many of these ladies and
gentlemen have been bred on the
"Cut out of them, you mean!" re
torted the author. Top-Notch.
"Little girl, does your papa have
much trouble with his automobile?"
"Yes, sir. He has as much trouble
with it as if he was married to it" .
THE CHIEF DIFFICULTY
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B miirt - B
Gushing Miss Dear me, Mr.
Scribble, don't you find it hard to get
ideas for your books?
Author Ye-es but I find it hard
er to set money for them.
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