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4 A LISTENER
Father What did you and John
talk about last night, dear?
Daughter Oh, we talked about
our kith and kin.
Small Brother Yeth, pop, I heard
'em. He seth, "Kin I hev a kith?"
and she seth, "Yith, you kin!" Yale
"What a wonderful thing the X
ray Is," exclaimed Jiggers. "Just
think of being able to see through the
very flesh of our bodies."
"That's nothing," said his wife
scornfully. "Any woman can "See
right through a man without halt
trying." N. Y. World,