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EVBNIN'O Ll'JDUKK I'll 1 liADKLPHIA', HATITKDAY, NOVKMBJill 2X, 1!)14.
SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY
WITH THE WITS AT HOME AND ABROAD
i'JB-t STARTING FOR THJS GAME, CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN PLACE L- J' f " PijK Q 11111
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Hianche I'm always
about my make-up.
Geraldtne Quite right, dear. You
want to look the part even if you can't
"HERE YAR, ARMY 'N' NAVY PENNANTS I"
Street salesmen, bearing flags and banners with the Navy blue and the
Army gray, lined the avenues to Franklin Field, their forests of canes and
pennants helping to add to the day's color scheme.
SENATOR TILLMAN A ROOTER, TOO
The veteran South Carolina statesman is chairman
of the Senate Committee on Naval Affairs, hence
it was proper that he should be at the"game both in
his official and unofficial capacities. This picture
was taken today,
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About the Same
A woman entered a library the other
day and solicited the assistance of a lean
"I'm searching- for a book called 'The
Dentlst'B Infirmary " she said, "The
president of our literary club told ma to
" 'The Dentists' Infirmary?' " repeated
the clerk, with a rising inflection, vainly
trying to associate such a book with a
"Yes," replied tlve woman. "It's all
'about devils and angels and such like."
The light ot understanding dawned on
the puzzled face of the clerk.
"Oh, you mean 'Dante's Inferno.' "
st a persln with thare
iscd and no ixpresslon awn
thare fnse. you no they aro asleep. If you
see them with thare, eyes closed and thare
mouth open, and no Ixpresslon awn thare
faso, you also no they aro asleep, ony
Sleep Is wmi of the most nesessery
things wo do, bekause If we nevvlr slept
we wooden t be able to stay awake.
Owls and cats sleep In the day time
and peepll sleep In the nlte time. This
prove.1 that the nlte time Is the best time
to sleep, bekause owls and cats are 2 of
the dum.nest anhnils thare Is.
Wen you are asleep you Imagine things
are huppeniug to you ulch only kiazy pee
pll Imagine are happening to them wen
they aro awake. This proves that evvry
body Is krazy wen thare asleep, uich If
the. i eel krazy peepll noo that, It mite be
sum cousQtlayMhiu to them.
Even If you Imagine you are fawllng
out of the 260th stoary window of a
prltty high blldlng wen you are asleep.
It dont worry you mutch, but If you Im
agined it wile you was awake It wood
proberly worry you so mutch you wood
ent be able to sleep. Proving that nature
Is wonderflll, and It must be fearse to be
krazy awl the time.
If a persln Is asleep you cood go rite
up to them and make fases In thare fase
and stick yure fluglra up to yure noze or
enythlng you wuntld to, and they wood
ent no It If you have a enemy you are
afrayed of, that wood be a pritty good
way to take revenge awn him, ony you
wood harf to rite him a lettlr afterwerds
to tell him that you did it.
It Is a grate thing to get enufr sleep,
but to mutch sleep makes you dum like
cats nnd owls. Proberly It babys wasent
aloud to sleep awl day like they do, they
nilto have moar sents.
Pop ses erly in bed and erly to rise
makes a man heiuiy ana weiiny,
Twain and the Barter '
A reminiscent gossip records of Mark .
Twain that once, when he was being
shaved by a very talkative barber, he
was forced to listen to many of his anec
The barber hail to strop his razor, and
when he -was ready, brush In hand, to
commence again, he asked: - -
"Shall I go over It again?" . ., ' ."
-"No. thanks,-" brawled- Mark,. )ilt'
hardly mecessary. I think I can remem
ber every word." ' .'-'"
Impressed on Him
Dyer Higbee was one of the best men
that ever lived.
itycr now no you knowj i
Dyer I married his widow. Town
Mrs. Mills Do you think the
car'haB an ennobling Influence?
Mrs. QUI Well, speaking from personal
experience, we have been fined and r
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IBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONERS GIVIWO FIRST HEARING IN RAILROAD IARE CASE
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"No, don't oare much for the look of
him," commented, mother, as Mllls lat
est admirer was discussed.
"Nice for me. Isn't It?" sniveled Mllly
tearfully, as she listened to the discus
sion, "I don't care for his eyes," went on
mother, thoughtfully, "and I never oare
for a man who can't look me in the
Go on; say he isn't honest!" blubbered
Mllly. "He brought back pa'a umbrella
that he took In mistake, anyhow. Doesu't
that speak far his honesty?"
"Yes," broke In her younger brother,
who had been listening Intently; "but It
don't say much tor the umbrella, doea
"New York soetety wqmtn want to do
something for the Buropean sufferers."
'liul thay haven't muuh pare tlnae."
"34 (bay kult between the acts white
at the play." BxuUauifu.
"Art ye Mr. Quew. Lb but)d of
J-wfc f tP" ps- BIK W 'vffl rIpt
Hfeh Cot at Living
"Kverytblug s4U4 to b uaiug up lu
pile. Wwld you bUv It, U uol al
most as iwJ Hwadys to drM & oblld
a It dM a grown paM)T"
"I 4ou't doubt it a( aiL Oaiy yasierday
I had to buy a nw dasr cUar for FUU.
and. the prices have alMMt doubled."
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A New Town
As a young rman was walking along
reading the evening newspaper he 'was
accosted by an old lady, who seemed In
terested In the war, ,
"Any news from . the front, young
man?" she exclaimed.
"Not much,,", h replied. 'Bls battU
In progress," ., '
"Woll, thank i.even,V be said, "Ihat
It's not In Belgium, where .my r,o3r
Johnnie Is gone." TU-Blts.
Greene How much are you going' tp
pay for your auto?
Gray 1 don't know yet hqw mueh J
can raise on ray house. Judge.
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