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Do Clothes Make the Man?
THE FEATHERHEADS f ♦ I f rVt coma lb stick on sons *— \GOOD CLOTHES AMO TAKE A STBOtt ' - DOWN WEST RWK SD7EET A NEXT TIME I GO OUT I'M GotNG TO WEAR MY OLD CLOTHES -TÎ DOCSNY) m TÖ LOOK PROSPEROUS^--- f m 7 5000 REAL ESTATE SALESMEN pounced on he a? once_ „ Flltx CERTAINLY LOOKED LIKE A MILLIONAIRE WEN he STEPPED OUT -. This AFTERNOON « --—■*' JC & -Ù *0 \, t, » r r' 7 B3 '5S 0 Ä f Ô 1 l Jj ■æo - i f; ■ . . 6 ' 0 > c :sa SB! o \v * o 0 ( mm o ft è 45 * She Loses By Charles Sughros MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL ew Gm E lip KMCKItt, KNV VWB IS 'l 5 ^ nor atman. sub IB our act , her. Bfwoas eu», so » kuew ( I »AIOW AS WELL HAV* MV T ß SOU 9C£j YHOSe UAWBS 1 Xi PUN POR-AAOW»«, AUO ' WMCU ONE <a«T8 AHEAD, j TUB OTHERS OOUT WAVfT no OUtr, WHICHJAEAHS, n MO 60PPER. ( \ SVAE TAKES *AOR£ so rr thaw ®hs BWUM HO MC ^ DOES SOUR. WIFE TAKE YD BRKXJC* V 1U0EED SHC dobs ? * SUPPER ACT 'THE T RESTAU RAVIT rr 4U I'S .o i UOC & öS ,0 I 3® •AUOOU PkUTÏ il S * «owe A*nrc roa 0 A mi aa M«MU «« PUMUT \ i&.\ N Lii SOUVENIR NOT NEEDED BOTH MISSED EXERCISE DE LUXE SHE HATES A QUITTER ■q r ®ïïïTfMT • » ) ( ) ( r r y* Vn iol J ( i A l i J i 1 4 ) yi ; v.. *y m •s •t . rv l *v •i p » ,1/Ah iff fll ! PV « % •Hi jCl » ». fu . I J < / k « 0. 4 Aljile—Iteggie has adopted a—aw— really atrenuous system of exercise, y* know. Miss Sharpe—I haven't noticed It If he has. Aigle —Oh, yns—twirls his stick now when he walks and sits farther from the hearth so there'll be a greater distance to throw his cigarette ash. 1 ] V % "Dear, are we going to take any souvenirs homo to remember this place by?" "I don't need to take anything home to remember it by. 1 can remember It by what I lenve here. / V Mr. Huggins—Can't think why Dorothy ■» ...^d at ms. Miss N Mr. Huggins—Now, that must be It. but I quit without kissing her. C^> O°of I—Shs said something about you trying to kiss her. I did make a desultory try at It • w.vMsni you w«ia a aver." "I thought you wer# a good shot." A SUBMARINE ACCIDENT THE VERY MAN s^> OF COURSE A DEADLOCK b£ <r I E fit ML ■#» V M. £ \U'jL « % 1 il Drumstick—I'd think you'd have a terrible headache after the beating you've had. 1 ( Drum—I have. My head's Just split ting open. -r She—If 1 knew you'd never kissed another girl. I'd let you kiss me. He—If I'd never "kissed one before I wouldn't have the nerve to ask you. A a» Ya t-»\ *>►*&>/ srvM. As fop reasons for bobbing one's hair. If a woman wants to bob It no other reason matters. First Fish—Qoodnsss, what happened to you? Second Fish—Got kicked by a sea-horeel A girl isn't necessarily an angel be Phytlclan—This medlolns is to be taken on an empty etomaeh. Patient—I'm Juet the man to take It, doctor; I live at a boarding houee. cause she is flighty. ^ *8 « HOME WANTED FOR A BABY I'M IPOKJW»:! Foe. a «»®-I v^îweu. I hone,sst.,- US *a 3 MUCKS • CYHIUY-* YodAUiS thtlM' ■» MB—_ w ALL We*AM lôffeO MO BAS» tM «CAM J SAM. OH Sh *1 COWE YWH «oheIJJH' See VflUd »-AU. ÖOT 'AWl —^ Ul BA 0 e m ?£** y EASKeTÜ v«rt Hr? coH&i j ^ «TB ÄW ù A MfrtOtfe Y(f L^SAKEilfP NiAH 6000 HCÎ 5 » - 5 A«C 6 AlNEi 6 LC 55 VO* LIU V ole He^ ilLlgSi UC wone'l Um* - Vo '5 <ür> jes' VftW, AH'S AÜWAYS ace« A-LOkCin * l 'o <x> m hfiol fo! b? 557 S«C PROSASN 2S« vmw wee <nm COL on. i AH, j I leilöür / IK NX iTkt Kapsc t Mine MM fj» J 'T ,n" iojft.IL, WL Cure Vs it V. fi I f4 V* Wow; li !» «La 0 u, I ■ « 4Li •V 1 'v asSSl ',•^3 f AW^AN^U/AY/ C ( HAVEN'TTtm 6 föR Fojcr^orr sr ^coje i h€ *. Pardon 6661 UC HAUE -tô HURRY' |F I WA Nt TO MtC.Y' i that train- , M6! r « w a? The A \ L-* . *\ Clancy Kids i mtcci ^ y # 0 It'* Just Their Sway Î-' r By \ PERCY L. CROSBY PW 3 r»>M».KtS«Sh<i»e«sW»^»Me«ftw