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SHE KNEW WHERE HE WAS
In an Indiana city recently there"
fell dead on the street of heart dis
ease a well-known "rounder."
"Mrs. Jones," said the minister, "I
hardly know what to say to you to
night in the way of sympathetic ut-
:Rf3t4 terance. I just want you to know,
though, that anything you suggest to
alleviate your present distress will be
done if I can perform it."
"Well, I am not without comfort,"
1 said the wife. "At least I .know where
John is tonight."
IN AN ENGLISH TRAINING CAMP
jealous Sentry Afraid I can't let
you go by without the password, sir.
Irate Officer But, confound you!
I tell you I have forgotten it. You
know me well enougn. I'm Major
Sentry Can't help it, sir; must
Knave the password.
Voice From, the Guard Tent Oh,
don't stand arguing all night, Bill;
QUITE OLD ENOUGH
A quiet, patient little man had been
pushed about and trodden on by the
other passengers in a crowded, sub
way car. For a long time he suffered
In silence. Then, in a meek, voice, he
addressed an awkward youth stand
ing next to him.
"Young man," he said, "I hope you
will not think me rude, but may I ask
The youth stared at him lor a mo
ment, and replied: "Eighteen."
"Eighteen," repeated the little man
softly. "Now really, young man,
don't you think that you are old
enough to stand on your own feet?"
She It is said that nothing is ever
lost in nature.
He I wish the chap who wrote
that had to find my golf balls.
He What is your masculine ideal?
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