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ring und you carelessly vipe your
""Pooh-pooh, a cbuble of times !
- Taft used to be
partner, und iss onto hiss style of
"Yess, und vot wass he. Justa
pork-und-beaner. He dit nodjearn
der chainiponship by hiss ovi de
merits. Teddy got tired of vear
ing der belt und mate him a bres
ent of id. Unci ven Taft got id he
wass sucji a boob dot T.' R, wass
ashamed to look himself in der
"Anyhow, Qsgar, Taft iss
Showing a form like a Fighting
"Oxcuse me, Adolf, Battling
Seacow. would be more cameo
like in ids descriptive delicacy."
"But don'd you dink der vay he
iss suddencely rushing T. R. 'iss
some eyeopeners Vc
"Eyeopeners iss useless, Adolf,
unless he can also profide some
eyeclosers. I fear me, dot your
man tought diss wass going to be
just a mofing picture fight"
"Ah, but your man, Osgar,
ain'd a square fighter. He pulls
too much rough stuff."
"Your man(iss a double-cross-er.
Und he iss a faker. He laid
down to 'Kid' Harfejster Trust."
-"Dot iss a falseness! He did
nod do id. Besites, your man wass
hiss bottleholder ven he dit id."
'Also, your T. R. cheese .cham
pion vot he wants to be vonce one
more, gafe Taft der elbow inv dot
Lorimer round. TaTt -says so
, "Ach,. I dit nod come- here to
T. R.'s spareribs
bandy Vashirigton small talk mit
"Fufdermore,. he holds on
to oscape all of Taft's kitney
punches aboud vanting to be der
'first in vaY, first in peace und alf
der time in der Vite House."
"Ach, go on mft you or gife
you in' der nose a kitneyf punch
(The gong interrupts further
dissension between the seconds -
FROM THE KID.
"Bobby Gran'pa, why don't
you go to the moving t picture
show? They've, got a -hair-raising
"Do ydu believe that music pre
"To a certain extent," replied
Mr. Sinnick. 'iVhen a man keeps
both hands and his breath busy
with a corner, you "know he can't
be picking pockets, attempting
homicide, or slandering his neieh-