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.. ' TRUE COURTESY.
- They were strolling' players
at least, that's what they calledj
themsejves, I heir talent wasjas
small -ks their efforts were great.
To add to this, they arrived at the
little, country, tojvh nainus their
costumes and rather hazy as to
their jines. ' '
" Howjvr, the performance
tpdk place", although it was a
"frost' of fhe worst description.
They expected a fearful roasting
from thereporter of the paper,
and'there was a. rush the next
morning for the Ibcal rag.
But, with trUe hdspitality to
strangers, the following para
graph appeared: i
last night at the Town Hall in
'East Lyjnne.' The, ventilation ofi
the theater was perfect, and thfc
oVchestra rendered a number of
pleasing selections." '
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Not Done Yet
The wealthy promoter hact
built a castle on a mountain peak.
As'he showed thd "gray medieval
looking pile to a friend ie saidf
"I don't know ivhat to call it
What name do you advise?"
"It looks 'lilfe those Scotch ca
ties in the Highlands' said the
friend. "Why not call it Dun-
"Dunrobin? Bunrobin? Yes,
that -would be a good name' said
the millionaire. "Only, you see, t
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