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The cavepaach complained that the
cavegmk who had beqn coming to see
er bo long- thought t was wedding
jnough if he simply knocked her
Jown with a clup.
"I want a more elaborate cere
liony," she pphted. Her father didn't
all in with her views, however.
"A woman," he roared savagely,
"wants some sort of a hooraw going
on all the time. D'ye think I'm made
Showing that there were cavetight
wads in those days. Puck.
A man who was reprimanded for
swearing replied that he did not see
any harm in it.
"No harm in it!" said the minister.
,"Why, do you knofy the, command
ment, 'Swear not at.all?' V
"I do not swear it' all," said the
man. 'I only swear at those who an
noy me." Tit-Bits.
A SURE SIGN 3
"And do you really love me,
George?" she asked.
"Love you!" repeated George, fer
vently. "Why, while Ilvwas bidding
you goodby in the vestibule last night,
dear, the 'dog bit a large chunk out
of my leg, and I never noticed it until
I got home." N. Y. World.
"I am organizing a regiment for
service in this war that will make
them all sit up and take notice."
"Good men, eh?"
"Regular blood-curdlers. It is com
posed entirely of men who Jiave been
stung on Mexican mining schemes."
AS THE ANTIS SEE IT
Female Politician Them votes I
got yesterday cost me two dollars
Second Politician Too bad! I
f-got some- lovely ones at Jonny-
makers for one-npety-Ight-Lue, f