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FROiiJffHE CAOGDN15F5.*? FUNNYLMEN
THE NEW TEMPLE OF PEACE.
?(Duluth News Tribun*
"I havt four sisters. but they are all married." ^^
"Ah. now i see why vou cali ze mother, mater. Eet ees because she f.nds always mato*
sa young ladies. __he ^^^
NOT SO FAR V\RONG.
Sympathetic Lady: Very sad that your Husband should have lost his legl Me* 04 9%
Mra. Muggl*.: Why, h* got run over by one o' theae 'ere subtraction engines, mfsal
"THE FRUITS OF ViCTORY."
Wili he get home with them?
H l ii in r
THE NEW SLOGAN IN CHICAGO.
"Ali aboard for our new suburb in the East."
Empioyer: My friend came to tell me that my dear old uncle Joe is dead! Well, may hia
aafies rest in peace. . . _
Tyaistt Ashes I What makes you think he has ^jone-there7
?? ?? ?(IMustrated Blti.
IN THE NOR.'H COUNTREE.
Gravedigger (to doctor's coichm.n) ? is the doctor busy the noe?
Coachman?Aye, wa're running oct overy day.
tewoasjiffwr (resantfuHy> ? i haa na' duo, a hole for him this lang whil<
A WELCOME INVASION.
Shade ef Queen Elizabeth: "Odtls my life! A King of Spain in Enjland! And right cousinly"
entreated withal!" "" ?iPuaem.
"SO YOU REALLY ML'-T CO, M!.. f.'ORTON?"
? <t)- a ?>au Ta*
PRESENCE OF MIND.
Small Girl: Pleaae, Mrs. Drennan, mother sends her ccr.p.ments, and wi!l you lend har a
cruet cce ahe's got oempany?
Mra. Drendan (who hasn't. tha famt-st idea what a cruet is): Tell your mother I'm wary
aorry, my dear, but oura is torn. ?iTba Tatfsa
''Do you know where litxle boys who imoka
eigarettes go?" "Yes. m behind ou*- stable used
tv be thf eafest place, but ma':, on to t now!"
UPPER CUTS. TOO!
"What rrakss yer dog au;h a fighterf
" 'Coa we reed him on serapei"