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- FINE BUSINESS
"Jtnrral, hurrah," says Willie,
"We'jce going to move in May,
M$ maw has found a dandy flat
. Not many block away,
The neighbor kids ain't sissiesr
The gang will stick like glue,
But I like this1 the best of all
' The advantageous view. '
It's; opposite the ball .park
By rubbering -from the rear
I dp Trot think that I wiU miss
A single game this year.
How To Live -Happily.
i.Getup. 2." Wash. 3. Eat. 4.
Sit around. , 5. Eat 6. Talk pol
itics, 7. Roast the ball team. 8.
Eat. 9T Cuss the government. 10.
Sftioke. "IK Kick the cat, 12.
Yawrf. IS. Eat, - 14. Go W bed.
, Army offipers suggest realism
for soldiers by giving them dress
ed beef as a target for bayonet
practice so he will know the feel
of "raw meat." "Then theyTTget
it in sausage. j
"Fry eggs inside thp frying pan
one day and reverse it the next"
is an old miner's strfck. Now
they've got an electric utensil
which does the same thing.'
Veil dance on skates latest fad
at Berlin Ice Palace, Woops,
my dear! Can't you see Mary
Garden in that Salome- costume
cavorting' on-the ice?