SURE SHE COT MAD
A Madison street conductor offers
3 this one:
,r "My car was- pretty well crowded
w as it usually is and I was doing
" a football rush to get the "company
some dividends. A lady and little boy
boarded the car. She gave me one
" 'A fare for the boy, please,' I said.
" 'I gave you a fare, didn't I?'
" Tes, 'ma'am, but I want one for
the boy. He's way over the age limit
and I'll lose my job if I let him get my
without paying. Somebody will re-
port me and I need the work.'
3 " 'What do I care about your work?
g-Go on and collect your fares and
jpdon't bother me.'
a " 'But I've got to have a fare for
the boy,' I Insisted, noticing she was
getting madder all the time.
" 'A fare for the boy, please,' I re-
peated. Then she shouted:
" 'Well, why .don't you ask him for
s'a fare? He doesn't belong to me!' "
v o o ,
A3 A WRONG IMPRESSION
A German looking for a person by.
the name of Dunn, who owed him
money, asked a young fellow near
y, Sweeney's eating-house where-No. 66
3 Chatham street was, as he "wished to
rfind Mr. Dunn:"
The fellow toll him to go to
a Sweeney's eating-house1, and the man
m near the window was Mr. Dunn. The
7 German went'into the eating-house
anl went up to a man, who .happen
Ved to be ah Irishman.
0 "Are you Dunn?" said the Ger
" "Done?'v' said Pat
Tfave just started!"
"By my soul, I
"One of my daughters hs tonsil
jjtis;" exclaimed Mr. Growcher, and
the other sprained her .wrist!"
"That's hard luck."
I "Yes. Nothing seems to work out
Ethe way it ought to. The girl who
'Sprained her wrist sings and the one
jrith a sore throat playa the piano."
NOT NECESSARY ', ,lj
"I suppose you know all the best
people in town?"
"Yes, but I don't have to associate
with them." .
MISTA BOWES, VN Do HY
BROTHERS PUOCk. ,0
TURNS THEM IHTO.
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