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"Why fen't Tommy -weeding the
THE WORM TURNS
"Why isn't Tommy -weeding the
"I told him to."
"Then why didn't you make him-
"He threatened to have the child
'labor law on me." Louisville Cou-
"It says here that the. recruiting
stations in England refused to accept
married men as volunteers," said Mrs.
luabb, as she looked up from the
newspaper. "I wonder why that is ? "
"The married men have had their
share of war, I suppose," growled Mr.
hJabb. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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fkeep. Milwaukee SenttneL
CURE FOR THIRST
"What do you want the tea cents
for?" asked tie minister.
"Booze," repfied the bleary beg
gar, shamelessly. "I need it awful
bad it's just about kiflm' me."
"Isn't there any way you can ge
rid of that terrible appetite for
"Yep I kin. do it in a holy minute
if you'll lemme have that dime."
A FAVORITE REBELLION
General I see here's an article on
"Revolution in the Mince Pie."
Colonel That's the kind of revolu
tion you like to put down, I suppose,
General? Yonkers Statesman.
"I wonder why there are so few
"Perhaps women are afraid they
might be called designing creatures."
A GRATEFUL NOTE
"Yes, when I was your age, my boy,
I used to slide down hill on a sled,
"I'm much obliged to you, sir."
"Much obliged? What for?"
"For not uam' all the snow," '