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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. M&BOH 8, 19031
THE DOINGS OF HAFFY HOOLIGAN AND HIS BROTHER, GLOOMY GUS.
How Happy Helped with the Flying Machine A Thrilling Tale of Adventure and Hard Luck--Concluded.
SYNOPSIS OF LAST WEEK'S INSTALLMENT"-Happy Hooligan went up in a balloon, and the balloon exploded. Happy landed on his head in an automobile, upset the occupant and here ht u.
Copyright. 1903. by W. R. Hearst. Great Britain Rlghta Reserved.
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lOw Minnie Mlllloni (ehowtng her dia
monds): "I'll never want for bread while I
Mlaa Caustlqua (aftar looking at thenOi
"Or for paltry, either, I leucine."
It Would Sees .
Fair Nleee: "Why do you object U dueta
ae strenuously. Uncle Torn?"
Una! Tom: "Because when two people
J attack one Inoffensive piece of muile simul-
Teacher On natural history class): "What
la a panther, Willie?"
Willie (lisping): "A man that roakth
THB GREAT DUMPLINGS, OR HIB WIBH CAME TRUE.
I "Her cornea my wife with the dinner.'
raw Hi ..jfTS'fcJtj'jIfls
Don't Be One.
"Papa, what la a 'food fellow" T
"A good fellow, Johnpy. la one that la
rood for nothing." Chicago Tribune.
"It ha fond of exeroleeT"
"Tea; he walks In bis sleep."
ante Old Story.
HI Friend: "How did you happen to fan
from the top of the laddart"
Jones: "A pretty woman waa passing
and whlla trying to gat a good look at her
X slipped and fell."
His Friend: "Ah, the same old atory. A
woman at the bottom of It."
Brenafet "T Things Oat of Bias.
Grandpa: "Yes, H'o a food thing for a
boy to travel. Freddy. It develops him. If
he has anything In him travel will bring It
Freddy: (who Is precocious) "Tea, I dis
covered that when I waa crossing the chan-nel,"-Tlt-Blti.
"Hop tfca etanpHnga are real large to-day." TUerende Blaetter.
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. . . BHB PROTESTBD.
Judge (to prlroaer. who stole a roast from a kitchen): "What made you steal such a
wretched thing aa thatr'
OTtnew (cooklndlgnanOj "But, Judge, that piece t meat waa extraordinary good."
VIM Oushy: ,Oh.,,Mr. Jeaas, aroot you
take a chancer We're getting up a raWa
for an old lady who is as pool? "
Mr. 811m (interrupting): "JExonaa me.
ladlea, but I would prefer er-eeme rich
young widow." Columbia Jester.
B. Oruff: "Get the check you expected'
A. Bluff: "No; another one. Governor said
if I don't SDend Ifta T tntiat enmA hnma
Pennsylvania Punch BowL
He Got the Umlt.
"Do tou belleva hr ! iniihiiM n
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ynBuu in oresniB:
"Believe itl I know it Only the other
night I dreamed that I was at a church
fair and awok tn flnii h mw wh. t..
been through- my pockets and taken n-.y
last sou." Baltimore News.
ftest a SncKeatloa,
Cowing; "It me tell you. old man. ifa
mighty hard to get up in the world."
Callahan: "Did ye Iver troy prolmln a
hiasht an' shmokln' a polpe at the same
toimer Richmond Dispatch.
atfcervrlae With Bar,
"A man aonvinced against his wffl
Is f the same opinion still."
By no such fault doth woman fall
Bbe pevrr la convinced at alL
Mamlei 'Til bet your dolly ean't phut
its yas when It goes to sleep. Mine can."
Minnie: "Mine can. too."
Mamie: "Lsfs se."
Minnie: "It isn't sleepy now."-Jfew Tort
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MISCHIEVOUS CHILDREN, OR THE BURPRISED CAPTAIN.
sJreaaBl" "Ha hsa one foot la thegrava
Woggiet "Why. he looks yaung euoughi
em-plain yourself." '.
WKtlei "He left it la the rbllipplneV'-r
. oia Trenkle.
"D jou think we art going t hava an
pen winter, at the weather prophets pre,
dietr "I don't; put every one who ootnea la
hw,-t,,d ,eav" th 'oor WrtJy
.. ' BrltTkt !.
Bt4iMt keeps warm thes Nil day
"Hag tea pienty of eoair
"No, but be gets out the old paper of
list aummer and reads about ' the sun
strokes and thunderstorms. His Imagina
tion does the rest.' Chicago News.
The Bonndlnsr Broolc
Mlsa'Clttlgurl: "What makes the little
brook bound along so from rock to rock?"
Mr. Countricuss: "'Causa it's made out
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Uncle: "WeH Annie, do you like your sister's husband?"
Little Annie: "Oh, he will do. He accidentally shot my brother at the hunt, ha ran
over father with his automobile, and now he marries my sister." Meggendorfer Blaetter.
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'After di Mfl tout . WM .rri.f.ti a . .. ,,,, -n-.,-h money
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n nature, Birt"-BtapUcl8Slmui
Scene Depth of a big woodland.
aa. yntaman: "Now, then, what's all this about? What are you up tor
Mrsjeper-a Underling On tears); 'YJeese, sir, it's tkaLtroaosi tax anfli aaa't eataaakBt
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