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Litle Mrs. Justwed And, do you
know, my husband never even thinks
so much as going for a scuttle of coal
without first kissing me!
Old Mrs. Hornbeak In about two
years, my dear, you may consider
yourself lucky if he gets the coaL
THE MODERN WAY
Mrs. Henry Peck Men have de
generated sadly since the days of
chivalry. Sir Walter Raleigh spread
his cloak on the ground for the queen
to walk on. Women do not walk on
men's cloaks in these modern days.
Mr. Henry Peck No. They walk
on men's necks now. Puck.