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fv" IN VAUDEVILLE
' Lulu Glaser and Tom Richards---
Lly'Listen, Minnie. Why did you leave
k3your otner pjace.'"
"On, sir, l always nad tne earacne
in that home."
"The keyholes were so drafty!"
(He kisses her.)
"I love you, Minnie."
"Tell me, am I the first girl you
t ever kissed?"
', "You are."
y "I thought so. Go away and don't
ju come back until you get some ex
Jimson (in cafe, having waited 15
sr u minuiesj waiter, nave you ever vis
$5T.Jited the zoo?
' Waiter No, sir.
. . Jimson Well, you ought to go out
there. You'd enjoy seeing the tur
tles whizzing past.
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t Little Bess and her father were sev-
t eral blocks from home.
v "Do you think we'd better take a
if car or walk?" he asked her.
I "I'd rather walk if 'oo will carry
J me," replied little Bess. Woman's
;, Home Companion.
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n. y. sum times you can be too ,
humorous & alow your cents of hu
mor to take the plase of facts which
is not a good thing to do all the time
when you are riting for the newspa
pers of korse you can be to solemn too
and that is worser yet i think & so
does the city editor who is braking in
a cub reporter and has his hands full
you betcher life
this reporter whose name is harry
shuster was called to the carpet by
you rite too solemn, your about as
funny as a krutch riding on a herse
going to a funeral, try to be more
-krisp and humorous or. get a job as
the next day sum burglars robbed
a butcher shop and got away with a
hole lot of meat & the editor rushes
shuster out to get the facks of the
he cums back with this storey
mr willum slathers, the well known
butcher, has been losing flesh verry
rapidly of late, last nite he lost two
shoulders, sum tongue, several ribs
and so fourth
i don't know the name of the fel
ler who has got shusters job now
Purchaser Mr. O'Toole, you said
this goat was kind and gentle when I
bought him. I want my money back.
He has just bitten my finger.
Pat Shure, an' Oi said he'd eat
off yer hand, didn't Oi?
"Who gave you that black eye, Rui '
"No one I had to fight for it!"
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