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$ fJAf fm& I - I at. usroooc J 'Sf I I jTBg. 1 BOOS! "The -word 'reviver spells the same backward or forward." It was the teacher who spoke. "Can you think of another?" The serious boy scowled up from Lhis primer. Tut-tut 1" he cried, contemptu- Lously. And? the class worked "on in suence. ' o o SUCH A COMFORT; "I think if I were a Tommy Atkins .going toFrance I'd join the bicycle rps.' "Why so?" "Then if I got homesick I could nnncture a tire and once ae&in fbreathe my natWair." Times Pic-tayune. o o BROKEN IN K Madge Hasn't he wer asked for a t ;Mg8 since the first one? ' Marjorie Why, no, dear. He just takes them nowy--Judge, , CHANGE OF TIME "What," said the visitor to the vil lage of his childhood, "what's beans of the one boy I hated Willie Haie ker, the sneak? In prison, no doitfjt he bore that fate on his face." a '33nsh!" said the villager. "He-Is' now Mn Hawker, the famous mfllion-4 aire." "What?' cried the visitor, "my dear schoolfellow a' millionaire I J must call upon him and revive the old friendship." o o FAVORED "Does your wife negelct her home in making speeches ? " , "Not a bit of-it," replied Mr. Meek ton. "She always lets me hear the speechesjirst." - DIRECTED "Will you please tell me where"!" can see the candelabra?" "All canned goods is on the next floor," replied the new clerk. Haj jaj's. --2r o o- MISJUDGED - f ) VSfn ''Say, Jocko, that's no 'Way to break his head." "It isn't his head I want to break-' J its tae-cocoanut."