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"Mother wants a penn'orth of glory
"We don't keep that," said the
"Oh, yes, you do," the little maid
retorted. "We've got it here before.
Mother puts it down the drain in the
Then the chemist knew. that the
"glory divine" was another way of
saying chloride of lime.--Strand.
Willie Paw, what is a henpecked
Paw A man whose nerve is in his
wife's name, my son. Cincinnati
"This plant belongs to the begonia
f "Ah! And you are taking care of
it -while they are away. Boston
Around the corner came a motor
cyclist, head down, everything whiz
zing. He hit the street car amidships
and crumpled up like a pine shaving.
They lifted him to his feet and the
conductor dusted him off.
He looked around in a dazed fash
ion. Then he saw the car.
"I haven't been able to do it yet,"
"Knock a street car off the trackJ
The he staggered away dragging
the wreck after him. Cleveland
"What makes you think the baby
is going to be a great politician?"
asked the young mother, anxiously.
"I'll tell you," answered the young
father confidently, "he. can say more
things that sound "well and mean
nothing at all than any kid I ever
r o 0
PROUD OF 'EM
"For goodness' sake, boy, why
don't you wear an overcoat a cold
day like this?"
"What, an' cover up me first pants?
U.fLtMi &m--.--- . JM