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"To please me, Henry? Why I
came here to please you."
"I bet you don't hate it as much
as I do," answered Henry Raleigh.
"Why, I'm just pining for a lobster
supper now." ,
"Well, we'll haveone when the
month is up," answered Dora.
"No, we won't," shouted her hus
band. "I mean, yes we will, but
listen, Dora! we'll have one in town
THE SEVEN AGES OF MAN
(Not the slightest apology to ole Bill
1 At 10 he loves his Sunday
II At 18 he loves the dame (aged
?7) next door.
m At 25 he loves the girl that
Bold him a pair of gloves. She's
along about 25, too.
IV At 35 he loves a little squab
that's in the chorus of the "Dizzy
Dainty Dolls" show.
V At 50 he is a nice juicy quince
' for the same gal he loved at 18.
VI At 60 he play? Safety First and
Bticks around home most o' the time.
VII At 80 he cackles about what a
what a whale of a guy he was when
he was young.
Envoy: The higher they fly the
farther they fall. Tacoma Times.
PAVLOWA BRINGS NEW DANCES
TO PLEASE CLUBWOMEN.
New York. Mile. Anna Pavlowa,
fairy-footed leader of the Russian
Impierial ballet, has returned to
America and she has brought with
her an answer to the appeal of the
General Federation 6f Women's
Clubs to reform and refine the new
When the clubwomen met last
June in Chicago they appealed to
Pavlowa to standardize ballroom
dances and she has devised three
dances which will be submitted to
the public when she appears next
month with the Metropolitan Grand
Opera company. The new dances
Tare the "Pavlowan," which resem
bles the maxixe, a waltz based on
the "hesitation" and-a gavotte which
is a variant of one of Pavlowa's stage