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, VANISHED ALREADY
' . Two friends a Londoner and
a. Scotchman-happened to be
jluhching together recently in a
certain restaurant. The latter,
true to his natural habit, kept
turning round to see that his hat
and coat remained still oh the peg
where he had left them.
". "You are a suspicious chap,"
!s;aid his friend at last, "Who do
uyou tnlhk'is going to Avalk-in here
viand steal our.coatsr" :-
I ':' "Can't say,"replied the Scotch
v tm$n, "but I'll- take-good care that
nobody gets mihe! Yours went
fen-minutes ago !"
. '',. ' 9 '
' IVIUwaukee firm says it is mak-
! ing milk from hay. Any cow can
t do that
BREAKING IT GENTLY
"I hev come to tell yez, Mrs.
Malone, that yer husband met
with an accident,"
"An' what, is it now?" wailed
Mrs. Malone. . O
"He was overcome byhe heat,
mum." - - -";
"Overcome by the heat, was
he? An' how did it. happen?"
. "He, fell into .the. furnace over
at "the foundry, mum."
'Neighbors sav that the three
fellows who demanded $5,000 of
Woodrow Wilson are "harmless
characters." Harmless? Dead
crazy I Think of striking the
father of three daughters for
$5,000 right in the merry, merry
Christmas shopping season I