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new york I gess this gurl musent
have been in n. y. verry long for i
never belour herd tell of a gurl who
woodent grab off a earful of gab over
the fone when she rings in on some
but she said this a. m. that she
done thatsVerry thing
i herd fcer tell the other stenog
she gives her a earful of what hap
pened i" was telef oning last nite, she ack
splanes, and a voice crossed mine, it
was awhispering voise & i cood not
help wondering what the game was,
so I asked what are you whispering
hush the voise said, still In a whis
per, i dont want my husband to here,
but please get off the wire,
and I got off said the gurl but i
coodent sleep all nite for wondering
what it was she dident want her hus
band to here
i betcher that gurl will kick herself
for 17 yeres for sliding out of the fone
conversashun, and that it will be, 17
more yeres before she mises a nother,
chanct to listen in.
& now she's got evry dame in the
offis wondering what the conversa
shun was about and dead sore at her
for not being abel to 'tell em.
"Which one of the ten command
ments did Adam break when he ate
the apple?" asked the Sunday school
''He didn't break any," replied the
small boy, "because there .wasn't any
THEN IT'S O. K
"Do you think Doc Ketcham's med
icine is any good?"
"Yes if you follow directions."
"What are they?"
"Always keep the bottle tightly
TODAY'S BELLRINGER "
According to Arnold Bennet a
company of territorials were going
through preliminary drill on Salis
bury plain. Private Malloy appeared
on parade with his ghees uncleaned.
"Private, Malloy, fall out!" roared
the sergeant v
"Phwat do ye mean- by coming
here wid dirty boots lfketbat?"
"Shure, sergeant," responded Mal
loy, "ye niver saw a good soldier
showin' a clean pair of lieels, did
- THEN SHE DIDN'T
Wife Think of what will happen
to you when we suffrage women go
on a one-day strike.
The Brute Go ahead, old girl! I've
got a peach of a strike-breaker in
view. Judge. a