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Nell Isn't Alice going to many
Belle I don't know. She says
she hates to give up the two-dollar
showB for the ten-cent motion nic-
tures. Baltimore Sun.
THE BRITISH PANIC
IjjKrhich easily reaches her German
governess, to wnom sne is deeply at-
ched) Motner, snail we nave to
rdlL fraulein? Punch.
"Begin at the bottom and work up,
atrick; that is the only way." '
"It can't be done in my business
i- OUGHT TO GET IT "
1 ''On what ground do you seek a
t "Incompatibility, I want a di-
vorpe and my husband doesn't."
HOW SMITH-GOT BACK
A man named Jones was talking to
his friend Brown one night when the
latter casually mentioned Smith, a'
"Makes me flifafr of an experience
Smith had a few weeks ago,"
laughed Jones. "He dreamed that
he was an Indian, and, getting out of
'bed, he wrapped a blanket around
. himself and started to walk through
the woods. Wokeup about three
hours later and found himself ten
miles from home and no carfare in
"You don't mean it!" was the
"amazed rejoinder of Brown. "How in
the world did he get back?"
' "That was easy," was the cheerful
reply of Jones. 'Be lay down under
a tree, dreamed that he was an In
dian again and walked back."
"This beefsteak," said a boarder at
a hotel at the seaside, "must be three
"I couldn't say," replied the waiter.
"live only been here & fortnight."
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