AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL! .
Ofc! Ain't It Gute!
'The next agony stunt to watch
ing a wrestling matchls for a fellow
to be In a room where there are fif
teen women and a three-weeks'-old
WOW! Listen to 'em buzzing the
rubber chatter vabout thebaby all at
Take a dozen'eggs. Examine them
closelyrthey all look the same. The
same goes with babies. We like
babies and they've got all our sym
pathy, because they have to lie there
and listen, to the women and are so
utterly, helpless. ,
- "Ah! Isn't it the sweetest, cunning
est, cutest, darlingest thing-you ever
saw.? Such wonderful' eyes, and
beautiful hair (13 to 15 hairs on a
baby's head)! And such cunning
toes, and that cute nose, and those
dear, little fingers!"
No wonder men can't keep a New
Year's resolution. Ain't women the
funny things? We men never go
into hysterics over such things do
Y betcha we don't We're more
conservative in our ravings. We
look at it with asneeplsn smile and
warble, "He's a" bright little bird,
ain't he? like a nickel. I think he
looks like his old man."
Then we jtlckle it under the chin
a, nuuiuucci auuiuicc auu
' wind up the observation with some
, thing witty like to the father,- "It
.sleep a lot, doesn't it, Steve? He
'ought to make a good night 'watch
man." And that's -all there's 'to it.
A shadow crossed-the young man's'
"Can it be that we will make a
take in marrying?" he ques
How you frighten me! exclaimed
prospective bride. . Let us have
another rehearsal immediately."
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Dinny andTom. went duck hunt
ing. Dinny had never been duck
hunting before and shot a duck in
the air. "Good!" says Tom. VYou
got him!" "Wurra!" says Dinny, "but
I might as well have saved th' bul
let, the fall would have killed him
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