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"No, I don't like to take tips. I
would be better satisfied if I did not
Approaching Collins, who endeav
' ored to edge away, Quale asked' him
how much he paid his girls.
"Between $7 and 8," Quale says
"Is it true that you dock them for
"I dock them when they are care
less and" get the order wrong. That
is the only way to make them be
"is it true that you make them
pay for an extra piece of butter if
the customer asks for it?" Quale per
sisted. Collins admitted it was true.
' "But," Quale protested, "you and I
' both like to have an extra piece of
butter served us."
"Well, the girls give customers an
extra piece of butter so they can get
a tip," Quale says Collins admitted,
"so they ought to pay for it."
And Collins is the man that girls
now in his employ testified they were
satisfied to work for. Something
DEAR LITTLE FELLOW!
Little Sammy was generally at
loggerheads with his father, who had
a habit of using his razor-strop in a
way that was not in accordance with
One morning, after the razor-strop
had been more than usually busy,
Sammy's mother went out into the
field to look for her much-stropped
child. To her intense astonishment,
she found him fondling a huge goat
for' which he usually professed a deep
" WhyT Sammy darling, it is nice to
see you being so kind to poor Billy!
Why are you being so gentle with him
Over Sammy's face came a look
of unspeakable gratitude as he gave
the wondering goat another carrot.
"He butted father into the pond
this-morning!" murmured" the dear
little chap, patting his four-footed
ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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