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M. Hors de Laloi 'she calls him
Mr. Horse if he was any rela
tion to Hors du. Combat.
"He is my brother," he answer
ed, "and a cousin of -mine is Gaby
"Her and King Manuel didn't
make a match of it, did they?" ma
"No, the scoundrel," replies our
guest, "he went and lost his-
throne. Of course, then the house
of Laloi .could not "countenance
him. I challenged him to a duel
in the Champs Elizas. We met
under the Arc de Triomphe, but
he escaped my sword in the dark
ness." "How was that?" ma gasped.
"Why something got wrong-at
the power housend the Arc went
out," sighed M de Laloi. -
"Oh, well, my 'dear de Laloi,"
said M. Gibier de Potence, con
solingly, "you would have lower
ed yourself, fighting him after he
was no longer of royal rank."
I thought it was real noble of
Mr. Giblet, as ma calls him, to
I'd hate to think what would
have happened to the bandits if
these two fire-eating Frenchmen
had been in the stage along with
the other guests.
In Switzerland every citizen,
whether he be a householder or
not, is entitled to vote on attain
ing the age of 20.
Seven Princes of Wales have
been christened with the name of
TOO BAD ABOUT HENRY.
He plays tennis for hours in
the hot sun.
And is always the heavy man
And is a regular demon at
But at home he's so feeble!
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