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WOK HEfr, W133, you've SesH
fEEDlNQ 1O0R FRIEN3 TOO
A BIT FOR COOKS
Lady I Want to put in this ad
vertisement for a cook. It will go
in three lines, won't it?"
Clerk (after rapid conlputa
' tions) No, madam. It's three
lines, and three words over. We'll
have to charge ypu,for four lines,
but you can put In four more
words if you wih.
Lady (suddenly-inspired) Ah,
jqst.the thing. Say "giblice station
Kindly Gent What Ms your
name, my boy!'
' Hotel Page-Boy They call be
Billiard Cue, sir. '
Kindly Gent What ever for?
Hotel Page-Boy Because I
work so much better with a good
rilDN'T BOTHER HER
"Mary," cried Mrs. Johnson to
her maid as she was dressing for
dinner, "what shall I do? I've just
had a most dreadful accident and
don't know what's going to hap-r
pen. I've broken my new hand
glass, and you knpw how unlucky
it is to Break a looking-glass. It
means seven years' unhappiness."
"Lor', mum," replied Maryj'
"don't you set no heed on that!
Look at'me. I'm not fretting,' and
I've jusi broken the large pier
glass in the drawing room." A
Taris is pretty sick because she
has learned that the mineral
Waters she's been drinkihg are
Seine river water, and what the
Seine doesn't carry, water simply