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LALWAYS AN EARNEST INQUIRY
"What a lot of heedless Questions
are asked by children," said the fa
. "Yes." renlied Miss Cayenne. "And
ihere are a few of us grown people
ho never seem to be seriously seeK-
e information excepting when they
re asking What's trumps? "
I "Why, what did he do?"
"You know how superstitious she
is. Well, when she started to, throw
a plate at his head during a quarrel
the-heartless wretch stood square in
front of a mirror."
VfrtiM' i ncur 1 1
"What makes Jack keep slapping
himself on, the "hack of his neck?"
"He spent his vacation at a New
Jersey summer resort and he can't
set rid of the habit." St. Louis
THOSE COZY APARTMENTS j
Chumpley "Jenkins, my man,
these apartments seem less roomy
than when I moved into them In the
Jenkins "Yes, sU. Quite so, sir.
But you are now wearing your winter
underclothing, sir." Top-Notch.
JUST TO. START THEM
He What are you going to give to
Kitty and Jack for a wedding pres
ent? She Ob, I guess I'll send Kitty the
bunch of letters Jack wrote to me
when we were engaged. Boston
THE POLITICIAN ABROAD
Home-Comer What has become.
of the Honorable Mr. Bluff, fixe great
Host Oh, he got rich through his
interest in city contracts and bought
an estate in England. New York
" A HARD CASE
Proud Mother (wishing her child to
Bhpw off) Come, Bessie, say your
prayers for Aunt Maggie.
"Bessie (doesn't get the Idea) Why,
what has she been doing now?..
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