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Jack, you've got a yellow streak in
you. Now don t get up and clinch
your hands that way just because I
am telling you the truth.
"What do you call a man that
makes desperate love to a girl like
Mary and after he has been married
to her only a year or two, through
(JP no fault of hers, becomes tired and
bored by her and goes about seeking
love in pastures new?"
"I'll not hsten to any more of that
mush. Qf course, I love Mary not
perhaps with the hot passion I once
felt for her, but what husband does
love his wife that way after the
honeymoon is over? Is Dick as de
monstrative to you as he was in the
first weeks of your marriage?"
I could not answer, for Dick was
not, but he has not treated me as
Jack has Mary.
I "A man does not always want to be
making love to his wife before folks.
It makes him look like a fool."
"It may not be good form for a
man to compliment his wife before
folks, but it is mighty good policy just
the same, Master Jack, but as far as
I can see you have not made love to
Mary either in public or private for a
"Now let me tell you one thing: As
long as I have that note of yours for
the twenty-five hundred dollars I
loaned you Mary stays in the shop if
Jack jammed on his hat and slam
med the door behind him.
(To Be Continued Monday.)
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FROM THE SCRAP BOOK
Vnr wnnt nf a Trail tli shnp wan Inst-'
n For want of a shoe the horse was
For want of a horse the rider was
For want of a rider the battle was
All for the want of a horseshoe nail!'
MA GRUMP SAYS
"The worst bore is the feller that
Insists on tellin' you his troubles 1
when you want to tell him yourn."
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CANNED PARTNERS FOR THEIR
When Isabel Irving gave a dinner
party recently to celebrate the 15th
anniversary of her wedding, most of
the "merry persiflage" heard at the
dinner table was from her husband,
W. H. Thompson. He was in New
York and she was in Chicago. The
same evening Thompson was listen
ing to some of his wife's, best Stories
at an anniversary dinner given in
This is the way they arranged it
Some time ago the actor spoke his
best stories into a phonograph and
sent them to Chicago. Miss Irving
"canned" a few stories and sent them
to Nw York. Each had a phono
graph" for a partner at their anniver