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A clever convict, who wanted more
than the regular prison fare once
made a complaint In rather Ingenious
terms. An Inspector entered the
man's cell and found it very hot and
"Why have you got your ventilator
closed?" he asked.
I The prisoner answered plaintively:
"weu, inspector, tne last time i
had the ventilator open wasp flew
, you see, and carried off my dinner
'hUe my back was turned."
"Do ye ken which are the lightest
men in Scotland, England, and Ire
land?" asked TougaL
"Na," says Tonal, "I'm nae think
ing I ken."
"Well," says Tougal, "there are the
men o' Cork In Ireland, the men. o'
Ayr in Scotland, but there are Jight-
33&rmen In London. Boots, Taon!"
Mothea Bobble, I'm ashamed of
you. You are the eldest and ought
to be an example to Raymond and
Bobbie Well, I'll be an example
to- Ray; but I won't be an example
to both of 'em. Ray's got to be it
for Archie. Omaha Bee.
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"Mother was Tather angry with you
"Why? I didn't kiss you."
"Just so. And she waited all tiu
evening at the keyhole for nothin
Kansas City Journal. mS
Mrs. O'Brien (six flights up) Phatt
Tin cints for a bit ay ice lolke that!,
Iceman 'Twas a tin-cent pace
whin Oi stharted up wid it St. PauJ
-First Boy You folks have a lot of
goats. How do you get them all?
Second Boy Well, 111 tell yotr
how it is my dad's a "Bill" collector!