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Sir Archibald Geikie tells a story
of a Scotsman who, much against his
own will, was persuaded to take a
He went to Egypt and visited1 the
pyramids. After gavmg for some time
at the Great Pyramid he muttered:
"Man, what a lot of mason work not
to be bringin' in any rent!"
"I see nothing unusual about the
"Don't you notice the mirror at
tachment? You have' no idea how
much time it saves a girl."
A HOPELESS CASE
"Your husband, madam, is suffer
ing from voluntary inertia."
"Poor fellow! And here I've been
telling him he's just lazy." Balti
A CENTER SHOT
"Did he strike you between phases
of the argument?"
"No; he struck me between the
eyes." New York Sun.
n. y. little mary hollins lives on
long island with her paw and maw,
but she is a very smart kid for all that
and she sertinly got over a good one
to here her maw tell about it
the other nite little mary was not
doing nothing in pellicular except
rubbering at her paw for a long time
while he was reading about the war
on the polo grounds baseball game.
after she had got a purty good eye
ful of her old man, who woodent take
a beuty prize in a show where the
judges was all blind, she said to her
Eiamma why did you marry papa
ecause i loved him dere, her maw
answered her back
little mary dident have annything
to say for a long time but she was
thinking purty hard all the while like
she was studying sumthing
love will make us wimmen do anny
thing, wont it mamma, she finally
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