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-THE SORROWS OF YOUTH
Hardy Upton (trying on a new
suit) Ah, Isaacs, this suit looks
very creditable; very creditable, in
deed. Isaacs, the tailor (excitedly)
S'hellup me gracious! Dot suit vas
noddings ov de kind. Dot suit neffer
leafs der shop except for ready
"Gee! Pretty soft for that guy.
I'd play all day for nothing!"
' sf$&? tweyVe)
"Pray tell me, child, why do you
The kindly lady said.
"Have you met with an accident
Or is your father dead?"
"It's worse than that," the boy re
plied. (His grief was most intense.)
"Some mutt has plugged up all the
In that old baseball fence."
A clergyman complained to his
bishop that a certain curate, al
though he had never been to Oxford,
was wearing an Oxford hood. "And
I call it, bishop," said the complain
ant bitterly, "wearing a lie on his
back!" "Oh, don't use so strong a
word as that!" said the bishop. "Just
call it a falsehood!" 1
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This Is the month when roses bloom
And blushing bride and nervous
Start forth upon their honeymoon.
Long worked he for the price
They try to act and to appear
As if they had been wed a. year,
But from the tresses o'er her ear
There falls- the teH-tale rice, j