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guilt," said the detective. "The man
whose house you broke into positive
ly identifies you as the burglar."
"That's funny," said the burglar.
"What's funny?" asked the detec
tive. "How could he identify me when
he had his head under the bedclothes
all the time I was in his room?" asked
tie burglar. Milwaukee Sentinel.
AND NEVER SMILED!
"What are the two sexes, Alec?"
asked the teacher.
"Masculine and feline," answered
Alec Woman's Home Companipn,
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