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AINT NATURE WONDERFUL
We don't know who invented he
hair cut. Maybe it wasn't invented,
maybe it just happened.
It's a funny thing, though, this
stunt of getting the lilacs trimmed.
Some fellas hate to do it worse than
hanging up their clothes at home or
' cleaning a safety razor after shav
ing. While others spend half their
lives letting the barber survey their
Women think it great to have hair
piled on their heads like a wagon
load of hay and spend lots of hubby's
good money for tonics to coax the
hair out some more yet, that he
might make better use of shaking
for cigars or kelly pool, while the
' darned stuff grows on men's heads
like a thirst after closing hours.
It makes a fella look seedy and
. hungry when the fuzz crops out and
i sprawls down in front of the ears
like seaweed and curls up in back
like a duck's tail. He has to get it
mowed by the hair chauffeur so as
to look respectable. , -
Here's how we dope it all out. At
the time the world was manufactur
ed, things got' kind of rushed and
when it came to us it was overtime
work and in the hurry to fulfill the
contract the she growing hair was
put on the he dome and the he-hair
Eh, wot, skippers?
Law Professor Sta'te briefly two
grounds for divorce.
Student Jitney income andlim-
ousine wife. Judge.
? Mrs; Autown wanted new shoes,
i!,so she went into a shop, where an
- obliging asisstant brought out a se
lection for her to try on.
i "That's strange, madam," said he,
'- after many vain attempts to fit her.
"One of your feet is larger than the
Bristling with rage, the lady left
that shop and sought another. Here
again the assistant failed to find a
pair that woulddo.
"How curious, madam," he said,
"one of your feet is smaller than the
And with a beaming smile Mrs. Au
town bought two pairs.
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