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F Y tr ° w THE UNIVERSITY NEWS APRIL 27 1907
THE l1 UNIVERSITY UNlVERSlTYNEWS UNlVERSlTYNEWSPnb1ished NEWS NEWSPublished
1 Published semimonthly on Friday FridayGAINESVILLE FridayGAINESVILLE FridayGAINESVILLE
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PER PERSONS ONS R G JOHNSTON JOHNSTONSubscription JO JOHNnTONaiPtJon NJTON NJTONSHcription
Subscription t + aiPtJon 100 year In advance advanceThe advaaceThe advanceThe
The base ball team did a wise wisething wisethiug wisething
thing when they the y yGraham elected Sand SandGraham Sandy SandyGraham
Graham as their captain capt in for this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season We all know Pats Patsability Patsability Patsability
ability and feel more confident confidentwith confidentwith confidentIiijj
with him at atth the head ot the teamThe team teamThe teamT
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The T e Saturday Evening Post says saysthat saystbat saysthat
that the bachelors should be pen pensioned pensioned pensinned ¬
sioned instead in tead of taxed we havent haventheard haventlleard haventbeard
heard any thing about ab ut the old oldmaids oldmaids oldmaids
maids yet are you going to tax taxthem taxthem taxthem
them or pension them Lets pen pension pension pension
sion them for pity sake sakeThe sakePhe sakeThe
The University of Florida is for fortunate fortunate fortunate ¬
tunate in having such a champion championin
in the senate as Harry Buckman Buckmanof
of Duval the author of the bill at atthe atthe atthe
the last session creating the Uni University University University ¬
versity Their interests and theinterests the theinterests tbeinterests
interests of education generally geuerallywill J Jwill
will be safe in his hands handsPensa handsPensacOla Pensa Pensacola
cola Journal JournalThe JournalThe
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The legislature should not forget for forget forget ¬
get its duty to the University oi oiFlorida of ofFlorida ofFlorida
Florida and the Florida FemaleC6Uege FemaleCollege Female FemaleCollege
College The Buckman bill was waspassed waspassed waspassed
passed abolishing the numerous numerousInstitutions numerousinstitutions numerousinstitutions
Institutions in order that the state statecould statecould stateward
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could properly provide for the twoand two twoand twoand
and every dollar that can cousis cousistently consistently cousistentY
tently be spared should be given givento
to these institutions institutionspensacola institutionspensacolaJournal Pensacola PensacolaJournal
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Journal JournalVerily JournalVerily Journala
a Verily Verily I say unto you youthat youe routbat
e that after forty days and fort forty fortymjjhts fortyniihtsit Y Yr
r nights it came to pass that a cer certain certain certo ¬
to tain n magazine Talisman by name namewas namewas namea
a S was found lost among amo gtbe the ex exchanges exchanges exchanges
changes of the University News NewsThe NewsThepublicaticm Newsr NewsThe
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The Thepublicaticm publication of the Female Col Collag Colhuta1O Col1nc
lag I nr m < 4r ttr huta1O huta1Ovcrattracthe 1rf Tnnntrin na nav a avtiry
v vtiry vcrattracthe jry attractive cover but in re regard reogard regand ¬
gard to the editorial concerning concerningthe
the News we must confess that the thelast tbelast thelast
last clau is somewhat vague vagueWe vagueVeconsider vagueZVeaconsider
We ZVeaconsider consider it better to have one onechief onecbief
rr
chief theme on the front page pagethan pagethan pagethan
than nothing but themes all the theway tbewa theway
way wa through We e heartily thank thaukour thankour thankour
our sisters for the complimentary complimcutaryremarks
remarks concerning the editors editorsambitions editorsambitions editorsambitions
ambitions and the decided decidedsense decidedsense decidedsense
sense of humor in the t locals tt
It is probably that the Universi University UuiersiAy Uuiversity ¬
ty ty of Florida will be substantially substantiallyTemembered substantiallyremembered substantiallytetuembered
remembered by b the Florida legis legislators legislRtors ¬
1 lators A liberal appropriation appropriationcould
could be used to advantage and it itwould itwoi11d itwoald
would be appreciated by b all friends friendsof
of higher education throughout throughoutthe
the state statePaJatka Palatka TimesHerald TimesHeraldThe
The University tTu er ity at Gainesville Gainesvilleand
and the Female F ma1e College at Talla Tallahassee TaUahassee TalIahassee
hassee should both receive sub substantial substantilll subatantial ¬
stantial appropriations from this thislegislature thislegislature is islegislature
legislature When the Buckman Buckmanbill
f bill was up for fo consideration at the thela thelast thelast
la last > t session the cry C1 of its advocates advocateswas
was as that Florida had more state stateinstitutions stateinstitutions stateinstitutions
institutions than she could proper properly pro ¬
ly 1 provide for but that with only onlytwo onl f
two enough money could be spent spenton I Ion ie
e on them to make them great gn at iusti institutions iustitutionL ¬ t
tutions To say S3 the least the leg legislature legislature leg legislature ¬
islature ought to give g e to the th twoinstitutions two twoinstitutions twoinstitutions
institutions a sum of money mone equal tqualto tqu 1 1to
to that given gi en to allNof them hereto heretoJ heretoforePensacola
forePensacola r9 PlOnr J ne < 2tY1 journal T n 1
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r Thats right brethera put the thetalk thetaU thetalk
talk tolhcui to them along this line thick thickaud thickand thickand
and regular We would rather ratherhear ratherhear
2 2hear hear you OU talk that way wa than to todrink tod todrink
drink d nk watermelon juice on a warm warmday warwda warmday
day da in in July If the tb legislature legislaturedeos J Jiieos
deos not intend to give us as muchmoney much muchmoney
II IImonc
money monc as S was appropriated before beforethe beforethe beforex beforethe
x j jthe
the Buckman Bill passed why Ih in inthe inthe
the name of common sense did didthey didthey didthey
they pass it The idea was to toconcentrate toconcentrat toconcentrate
concentrate the money mont and now if ifthey iftbe9 ifthey
they cut us short bh give us less than thanbefore tbaubefo thanbefore
before befo it will nlseem seem that they tbe played playeda
1 a cheap ch p trick on us The Scions Scionsmust So1onsmust Solonsmust
must remember that they tbt are now nowto nowto nowto
to appropriate money mODe for a Uni Univer Uuit Uuverity
ver verity ty t and not a small college coll g gGi gc gctirc I IGive
Give Gi n us usa a square deal or tcI t 1 us ustke zi zitke
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tke reason why whyJust wh whyK
K Just now n ow The News needs an ap appr aLrriatioa apprtpridtion
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pr prtpridtion rriatioa priat1ott from every one who whos Rhowishes 110 110Wr
Wr wishes > hcs s to see the t e paper prosper Prc per Put
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THE 17 E SHOAT H RT IJOSES IJOSESm NOSES NOSEStientethin OSESInthin
tientethin m Inthin thinf = to Be a Said In Favor FavrThGH of ofThose f fThow
Those Who Wear Them ThemPhysiognomists ThemNPhysiognomlsts ThemPhyslognomists
Physiognomists tell us that the big bignosed bignosed bignosed
nosed people do the worlds work worksaid workt worksaid
t said a short nosed man the other day dayand dayand dayand
and they generally add a lot of rub rubbish rubbWlabout rubbWi ¬
bish bWlabout about Napoleons big nose and andhow aridhow andhow
how be always selected big nosed men mento mento mento
to carry out daring undertakings undertakingsThat
That Napoleon story was Invented Inventedby
by some one with a nose like Cyrano Cyrande Cyranode
de Bergerac who wanted an anv anexcuse v excuse excusefor excusefor I Ifor
for his proboscis and therefore pre pretended pretended ¬ 1 1tended
tended that his nose was but the in introdnction introduction
troductIon to a massive imposing imposingcharacter imposingcharacter imposingcharacter
character It Is true that a big nose nosesometimes IS ISsometimes iesometimes
sometimes indicative Indl tIe of firmness ant antdetermination and anddetermination anddetermination
determination but only when It is as associated aslJoclated associated ¬
sociated with a strong Jaw and long longchin tongchIn longchin
chin A big nose with a retiring chin chhIs chinIs chinis
Is almost idiotic In the expression I Igives 1t 1tg1cs itgives
gives to the countenance Every car cartoonlst cartoonIst cartoonist
toonIst knows this Whenever you se sea see seea
a cartoon of a society dude it shows a along along along
long nose nosennd and a small chin chinBut chinBut chinBut
But there Is something to be said saleIn saidIn saidIn
In favor of the short noses The short shortnose shortnose shortnose
nose shows wit Imagination tact tactJudgment tactjudgment tactjudgment
Judgment discretion Socrates had a asnub asnub asnub
snub nose and of the lively imaglna imaglnatlve
tlve writers In almost any language languagea
a considerable proportion was short shortno shortnosed shortnosed
no nosed < ed people Long nosed men may maydo maydo maydo
do their share of the worlds work workbut workbut workbut
but the short noses write the thec1eer thec1eerbooks clever cleverbooks cleverbooks
books and the entertaining plays I IShakespeare It ItShakespeare IfShakespeare
Shakespeare had had a nose like the theDuke theDuke theDuke
Duke of Wellington do you ever sup suppose suppose suppose ¬
pose that be would have written the theMerry theMerry theMerry
Merry Wives of Windsor He Hemight HemIght Hemight
might have been a suecessful theater theatermanager theatermnnager theatermanager
manager but would never have baebe baebecomo be become becoma ¬
come a literary artistSt artist St Louis LouisGlobeDemocrat LouisGlobeDemocrat LoutsGlobeDemocrat
GlobeDemocrat GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL GlobeDemocratPOLITICAL
POLITICAL SPIES SPIESThey SPIESThey SPIESThey
They Are Quite Common All Over the theContinent theContinent theContinent
Continent of Europe EuropeOn
On the continent of Europe it It Is quite quitea
a common thing for royal personages personagesto
to be subjected to espionage mainly mainlyof
of course for political reasons reasonsIn
In France Spain Russia Germany Germanyand
and Austria the practice obtains A Aone At Atone Atone
one time during the reign of Napoleon Napoleonin
in a email army of political spies was wasengaged wasengaged trtasengaged
engaged in watching royal subjects In Infact Intnct Infact
fact the vigilance of the different par parties parties parties ¬
ties was GO great that there were three threeor
or four distinct secret services The Theemperor Theemperor Theemperor
emperor had his the empress had hers hersthe hersthe hersthe
the government and the republicans republicansrespectively rep republicansrespectively bUcDns bUcDnsrespectlcly
respectively had theirs theirsaIl all employed employedto
to watch the th other parties and their theirspies theirspIes theiraples
spies spiesMoreover spIesMoreover aplesMoreover
Moreover Bismarck had his spy over overthe oerthe overthe
the emperor So that France was over overridden o overridden er erridden ¬
ridden by spies the most importanthowever important importanthowever Imporblnthoweer
however being Bismarcks to whom whonthe whomthe whomthe
the war was indeed to a great extent eztcnldne extentdue extentdue
due dneThis
This secret service agent was a Ger German Germnn German ¬
man doctor whose advice the unfortu unfortunate untortuMte unfortunate ¬
nate emperor even preferred to that ol olhis othis ofhis
his own court physicians and thusIgu1krck thus thuseTeU thulmarC1Ck
lmarC1Ck itbO eTeU eu euuette euuettepoleon belter uene uenepolean mail Aa Aapoleon
poleon the real state of the hitters hittershealth latterhealth tatterhealth
health which was of course a very veryImportant veryImportant eryImportant
Important factor in the political situa altnation situation sltuatlon ¬
tion at those times tlmesPcarsons Pearsons Weekly WeeklyHe
He Could Run RunHe RunHe RunHe
He could couldron run all right all right rightHe rIghtHe rightHe
He had to Talk about your amatoors amatoorsthat amatoorsthOot amatoorsthat
that spring for sport sportthis this party parlyhnd parlyhndlearnc bad hadlearned badlearned
learned < l to run or orstnrve starve as a boy an anhad anhad anhad
had never forgot how Why say when whenhe whcnbe whenbe
be tore hisself loose loo e from a vicinity it itseemed Itseemed Itseemed
seemed like the whole wholelmc1scnpe landscape was wascrippled wascrippled wascrlAAled
crippled I used to try him out by glv glvln glvIn givIn
In him a start an shootln at him If Ifhe Ithe Ifhe
he bent the bullet we figgered ho hI was
i up to tolorm form but If the lead overtook overtookhim oertookhim overtookhim
him wed call it an off day dayan an un unload unlond unload ¬
load the catridges Ive seen him scare scarea
a Jack rabbit up till tll1lt it was workln un under nnder Under ¬
der forced drafts then limp up to toit toIt toit
it from behind an kind of yawn an anstretch anstretch anstretch
stretch an then goad it to wake up or orelse orelso orelso
elso get off the trail an let somebody somebodyrun
run that knowed how howMcCluros McCluros Mag Magazine Magulne Magazine ¬
azine
Oh Yes of Course CourseOf
Of the many children and women In InNazareth InNDJarCth InNazareth
Nazareth Palestine who have picked pickedup
up a little English all have a way of ofsaying orsayng ofsaying
saying of course Instead of a simple simpleyes
yes The expression which French Frenchpeople Frencbpeople Frenchpeople
people catch up as characteristic ebaract rlstic of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American and Englishman is al always alW8J always ¬
ways flO Oh year A correspondent who whohas whohas whohas
has cycled < down the Rhone valley valleyabout valleyabout al1erabout
about Provence and along the Riviera Rivierafound Rivierafound Rivierafound
found himself greeted with Oh yes yesby yesby est estby
by the children in the streets of t nearly nearlyevery nearlyvery nearlyevery
every town And be discovered when whonhis whenhIs whenhis
his attention had been called to the thepoint thepoInt thepoint
point in this way that Oh yesr yes was wasreally wuatlJ wasreally
really atlJ what bo and his companions companionswere
were always saying
His HI Business BusinessThe BusinessThe dualneuThe
The lady In black pointed toward thetky the theky thetky
tky kyMy tkyI
My I husband she sighed Is up upthere upthere upthere
there but he is looking down Perhags Per Perhaps Perhaps ¬
haps he sees all that we doJ doJMUow d dnow dhow
now long has he been Jeen dead deadmaam deadamr deadtiiaamr
maam tiiaamr amr we Inquired gently gentlyWith gentlyWith gentlyWith
With a frown she sheDeadt answ answered answeredDead + eted etedDead
Dead He isnt dead Hoa Ho an anleronaut anleronautExcl1ange anaeronautl
leronaut leronautExcl1ange leronautExcl1angeIUlpieteua aeronautl Exchange ExchangeSuspicion xebangeuspiclous
Suspicion Signs SignsYou StlnLYou SignsYou
You better hurry bun up on collect de deroat deat dereat
roat at from rom Brer miltamsHow Williams WilliamsHow mU1anaHo
How Ho camel camelWell come comerWeIl 1 1Welt
Well for de las six nights hfr h ha been beentsingln beena4Lngtn
a tsingln ln Jerusalem My Happy Happye1 Home Homeca
ca Ifs ray oplaloo optDJoabcs hes afixw a termoveAtlsnta ter termove tarmow
move moveAtlsnta Atlanta CoostitBtioa CoostitBtioaHim Coustl ConstitmttonSaving t1ItJoa t1ItJoaSavini
Saving Him HimLittle HimUtUe HimLittle
Little Johanifr JohanJeMother Mother tell me bow bowpap 00 00papa bowpapa
papa got to knew knewOo you Moter Gt1IezOD MotkrrOneday Gt1IezODt On Onday
day t T I fell feUtato lato the water and lie Jump Jumped ¬
ed in aad f fetc fe etced sab out ortL1tUe Little Joka Jokai J a aB1
B1 i iril lr m > n1 t Thats faaay faan fee woat it let ktJae letm
m Jae e learn to swim swlmI1tB1ts swlmI1tB1tsne T1t TicBits TicBitsTb D1ts D1tsTbe t
Tb tre dedQ dread 4 of t riUctle r dk Ie eztmgatsbea eztmgatsbeai extinsr sbes J Jits
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PLIGHT PLIGHTO OF THE T EAtT EAtTahiM ACTORBehind ACTOR ACTORBehind
Behind the SMTIM aeen eene He In In a Ma Mwww Mwwwa M MPriMn + + ± + fr fra
a Priwner PriwnerIn PriMnIn
In a way behind the scenes ce e Is a pds pdson prlwon
on It Is surely one on one of tb the v TftYtew TftYtewI very y fewplaces few fewplaces
places pln e9 where intelligent mea meuaDd and women wo women toI ¬
I
I men are locked In their place of workand work worland workI
and where no message me sagetrom from the out outside eMItside Positside
I side world is allowed to reach rHdaThere Una UnaThere tlw tlwThere
There is a tradition that actor felt areof ax axof are areof
of unusually emotional temperament temperamaaiand t tand
and if therefore a telegram la 1 received recelTMnt receive receiveat
at the stage door it Is never delivereduntil delivered delivereduntil dell delluntil
until after the performance The mas massage m msnge tsisesage ¬
sage might be an invitation to supper supperor
or it might announce nnnouncethat that the actor actorfavorite aetorlfavorite actorfavorite
favorite brother has been beenhanged hanged or it itmight Itmight itmight
might be an offer In a stock company companyto
to play twelve times a week or orit oritmight oritmight it itmight
might tell the actor that he was tfc tfcfather tH tHrather thefather
father of twins or that his W wife would woulddie wouJddIe woulddie
die without seeing him again uakss uaksshe
he came at once to her bedside but all alof allot allof
of this information is supposed uppo ed not loobe to tobe 0 0be
be good ood for the actors emotional diepostion dIIpos die dieposition
position pos onandthe and the telegram is therefore thereforegiven thereforeglen thereforeegiven
given the same distinction as themash the themash themash
mash note and kept until after aCtertbe aCtertbeperformance theperformance the theperformance
performance is finished It cannot besaid be besaid besnld
said that the actors emotional dispo dlspositton disposition dispositton ¬
sitton is very ery seriously considered be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond the cast iron rule in regard totelegrams to totelegrams totelegrams
telegrams His comfort and intelli intelligence Intemgencehave intelligence ¬
gence gencehave have been slightly flattered ha haa JBa laa
a few theaters of very recent date but bulfor buttor butfor
for the most part the condition ofbehind of ofbehind otbehind
behind the scenes in most playhouses playhousesis eiJ eiJis
is not calculated to breed particularly particularlyhigh
high thoughts of any kind As a matterof matter matterof matterotfact
of otfact fact he is treated little better tbaa thannwhen tbaawhen tHnwhen
when he was only a strolling player playera
a gypsy gypsyseveral several centuries ago agoCharles a agoCharles o oCharles
Charles Belmont Davis in Outing Mag 1IagazIne Magazine Magazine ¬
azine
PLUG P UG TOBACCO TOBACCOAn
An Old Farmers try ef f Hew th thName the theName theNam
Name Originated OriginatedIn
In the Jury room at the courthouse afew a afew atew
few days ago an old time farmer said saidas MIdas eldas
as ho took a chew of tobacco tobaccoAll
All the difference in the theworkl world ia iatobacco latobacco Iitobacco
tobacco Ive tried twenty twentydIlf differentkinds different differentkinds t tkInds
kinds and none Is as good aa that we weused weused weused
used to make ourselves down on the theform tb tbfarm thefarm
farm We would take a maple log logwhile logwhile logwhile
while twas green and bore a dozen dozenholes dOCRholes dosesholes
holes In it with a two inch augerThey auger augerThey augHThey
They were our molds We selected ourchoicest our ourchoicest ourchoicest
choicest tobacco and soaked it for a atweek aweek aweek
week or more in wild honey The Thewed Theiswed 1beawed
wed take the leaf to the log get a agood i igood tigood
good hickory tamping stick and go to towork towork towork
work workCIA
workA
CIA A little ball of the honey soaked 8OKedtobacco to tobacco tobasso ¬
bacco would be put in the auger hole holeand fcoleand JaoIeand
and tamped in with the stick and andhammer a ahammer ahammer
hammer Wed pound It In l solid oUdBaIl oUdBaIlatter Ball Baliafter Ballafter
after ball would be rammed in n and andpounded andpounded andpounded
pounded until the whole became a solid sol solid 101Id ¬
id plug When the hole was nearlyfull nearly nearlyfull nHrl1fu11
full we would pound in the plug plugthen a anti antithen 4 4then
then the log would be put away to se seson HA HAson season
son As the wood dried the moisture moisturewould molmrewould moistisrewould
would be drawn from the th lobe lobea lobetobacco tob tobfrqj J Jtobacco
frqj If fmrn a frJH k ktobacco
tobacco evermade ever made WM ow taken fro frola ItWe rt rtWo t tWe
We called it plug tobacco tob co aDd tKtwhere thatwhere tints tintswhere
where the name originated orlglnatldX orlglnatldXCI originatedKassaCity KEMM KEMMCity
City CI Star
Cat Laughter hauphtrWhat LaughterWhat Laughter7What
What was the origin orlgInot of the phrase phraseEnough phraHEnough phraseEnough
Enough to make a cat laugh IaughDr laughDr
Dr Murrays urrays Dictionary notices only onlyEnough onl onlEnough onlyEnough
Enough to make a cat speak speakwhlcJi1 speakwhlcJi1Is which whichis
is explained as signifying something somethingextraordinary somethingextraordinary ome ltBg ltBgextrnonllnary
extraordinary especially something somethingvery 8Ome 8Omeer
very er good to drink Old liquor I1quOraWe aWe to tomake tr trmake tomake
make a cat speak is quoted from an anearly anearly anearly
early eighteenth century source sourceand sourceandtherewith and andtherewith andtherewith
therewith Stephanos remark to Call Callban CAUbon Callban
ban Is compared Open your mouth
here is that which will 111 give language languageto
to you cat Miss Squeers maidserv maidservant nlal maklservant Hrv Hrv1nt ¬
ant said that only to a Me e Miss YI Squcert Squcertfriend Squ Squeersfriend r rfriend
friend Miss s Price Pri toas her bead was wasenough wafenough wasenough
enough to make a tomcat talk Freachc Freachcgrammar Preach Preachgrammar Fre ck ckgrammar
grammar But even that la not ex axactly exactly uactJy ¬
actly laughing Has it anything to do dowith dlwIth dowith
with the mythical Cheshire animal animalLondon an1ma11London animalLondon
London Chronicle ChronIcleD ChronicleDress
Dre D Dress In Old M MThero Maaseslwatts MaaseslwattsThere e HueMs HueMsThere
There was an ancient law IB I Mi Micbusetts Ychusetts Maa ea eachusetta
cbusetts that ladies kdI dresses dr e sbeuld 14 to tomade 1Mmade hemade
made long enough to hide their 1HIrbuckles shoe shoebuckles shoebuckles
buckles In 1000 an act of the geatra geatracourt geaecaIcourt tMraJ tMraJcourt
court prohibited abort sleeves and re required requIred required ¬
quired garments to be tengtb Jen lengtbead < < t e4 so 80to as asto asto
to cover the anus to the wrtrta W1iItgowns and aadgowns andgowns
gowns to the shoe buckles immod 1a1M1oCcrate immoderate ttinteorlcrate ¬
crate great breeches knots of ribboebroad ribbom ribbombroad rlbboebroad
broad shoulder bands and a5 < 1 they b bsilk be beaUIt besilk
silk roses double ruffs and cuffs were wereforbidden WefeCorbldden wereforbidden
forbidden In the same cotooy la la1G53
1G53 L I Fairbanks was tried for t w wearlug wear wearing r rlnggreat ¬
lug lnggreat great boots but was acquitted acquittedThe acq111t1The
The Early Warm WermEntertaining WrfftI WarmEntertaining
I Entertaining Entcr tlnlng a childrens party at n ncertain Iti acertain
i certain millionaires house la New
Tone Yo a woman profeaskMud teller tellerstories at atstories f fstories
stories to juveniles happeaed to tep10y s a aploy em employ ¬
ploy the old proverb The early Wrd Wrdratehes bIMcatches ttI ttIcatches
catches the thetorm worm A little beg beyttoned be 41M11 41M11Uoncd se setioned
ttoned the proverb promptly promptlywasnt JIct JIctwasnt et etwasnt
wasnt the worm foolteh foo11 h be 1Mto aeited aeitedto k d dto
to get up early and ad d be caught caugbtAoar My Mydear IT ITdear
dear said the story teIerthatwert teIerthatwerthadnt tellerthat tetJeco tlIat tlIath4dnt w wudnt
udnt b beet1 ea to bed at aI aIjust H Be H wanst wa wasjust
just nst getting 3ft borne borneGirl homeGIrl someGirl
Girl GirlNeil F FNeD Frlade FrladeFell
Neil Did yon au tell her I coadat coadatcomet coeWtcome coeltlatcomet
comet come Belle BelleTea Ye and a asurprlaed ahe ae atiand atiandsnrprfeed eeeadanrpdaed
snrprfeed NellBat ttdat < Iat you u ut1alD aglalrs x xplain
plain to her that rte eot ax tJt4t ta efefebea ehkiiatpox efefebeapox IdNII IdNIIpox
pox BelfeTe tars what whatcd wMted whated
ed her he She said s Id yo yoCatholic yea 01 Fete ehk dtIdNa dtIdNaCatholk as astholk
Catholic tholk Standard gad UdTJIMI UdTJIMIFiw Ties TiesFive iiarae iiaraeFitr1nifepMh4r
Five liieMeyeBeable I Dr Dress DrwtLrOB DressFos ti tiTon
Ton need five draft drapw astl4 > Jd a aphysician aPbsIdJn faeiisit faeiisitphysician
physician to a ptemtwa pailswaterair l lm arr arrJr
Jr sleep and exerrima exwrrf But lieU rf MM pa patieot a atJeat >
tJeat U soagat S < OIIIIktfooUah ago aaotter doeiar doeiaroolfeb trrd ilr ilrfools
fools physdn phys dan diet dfeiTara pesr tJt tJtETtI1nC iaag iaagEre
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