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NO COMPENSATION ,
,fStr, t would respectfully ask you
for an increase of salary; I Have got
ManagerVery sorry,- Forney
hand, I can be of no assistance tp
u. The company is not responsible
r any accidents that hannen to its
employes when, off duty. Tit-Bits.
MERELY A REHEARSAL
JiCharley prayposed fo me last
iqt and I accepted -mM."
"Way, he proposal jHfctne yeeter-
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Indeed' Well, he dd. It so pre'
that I wafe sure he had renearseS
Sorry I'm Ao late, mjdssft" be-
,ft Tippler, w&ik he arrival home
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So the cars were full, too. were
ey." returned his spouse as a start-
off, Boston Trafcscript
A TRUSTY SWORD
Brown, an, elderly gentleman was
entertaining some friends one night
and during the evenmgsomeof the
guests paused to admire a particular
room where arms of various kinds
decorated the walls.
"Speaking of this swordj" said
Brown, as he tenderly took the earr
ing tool from the wall, "I never wtfl
forgef the day I drew it the first
,"I thought hat blade had a his
tory," remarked a guest, eager!?.
Where didjou drawlt, Mr. Brown''
"At a 26-cent raffle;" was the-hap-py
rejoinder of Mr. Brown. Pitts
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( THE LAZIEST MAN
The laziest man is reported from a
boot and sh.oe shop. A wpman ea
teref & shop one day and said aha
wanted to buy a pair of shoes. The
Iaz man, who was sitting on avboK
at one end of his establishment, look
ed, at bc yawned wearily, and then
said: "t can't wait on yon today.
Come in some time when I'm stand
in' up." , ?
"These collapsible opera hats are
a great convenience1"
''Yes; you have no idea how. muhfc
room tjf save in a, flat" LoufiyflS
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IN THE STUDlOir
I Th WflYOt course, Mr. Cobalt,
K4MlafcM? Jlktn ihawmtwAr Vim- nth .
yl pfteidtilng hut nudes?
The Artfct-rCan't afford togpwa
'em, dear kdy fashions change so '
you in Venice while sou
Were we, JohriT1
aefe how you can forget
That's where we got that