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LED HIM ON,
The ladles were discussing a wed
ding which took place In their church
the previous day.
"And do you know," continued the
first best-informed lady of the party,
"just as Frank and the widow started
up the aisle to the altar every light In
the church went otjt?"
y This startling bit of Information
was greeted by a number, of "Oh!"
"What did the couple do" then?"
finally inquired one.
"Kept on going. The widow knew
- GOT HIS ANGORA
Mrs. Clayton (at the opera) The
opera seems to be boring you terri
bly, PauL "Why, you look absoluetly
Mr. Clayton (an 'efficiency expert)
The opera's all right, Jliima, but
that fool conductor is making hun
dreds of unnecessary motions.
At one of the New England univer
sities there was a rather conceited
undergraduate, who was silly enough
on one occasion to attempt to chaff
a member of the faculty who, in the
youth's opinion, evinced too marked
a devotion to the words of Henry
"Do you know, sir," the youth said
jto his preceptor, "I hold rattier a con
tempt for Spencer?"
"I greatly fear, young man," was.
the response, "that your contempt
has not been bred "by familiarity."--.
"I suppose that there are many
problems which Polar' explorerstseek
to solve?" said the unscientific man.
"Yes," replied the intrepid traveler;
"a great many."
"What is the most important one?"
KNOW THIS TRAIN?
' Stranger (at station) Whatjrain
Station Master That's the 4:Q3
lasfMonday afternoon. You'll get to
Podunfcat half past 3 the day before
yesterday, according to the time
table. Philadelphia Public Ledger.
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