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H n. y. mike ilaherty was up in tne
Icort room yesterdy getting naturil
'Ized Into a united states of american.
mike got along jim dandy until he
struck a law kweshun
what is the highest law in the land,
asks the judge
the tariff law, replys mike, patting
hisself on the back
well what about the constitushun
then, says the judge, frowning to beet
4 of a kind' y
q yes, i know about the constitu-
shun, i saw it in my little boy's school
J book and it looks party nice all ex
cept, whifre the Utile rascal tore apart
", of it off, but judge yeronner i thought
-'you was asking about the law what
cost the highest
T very, well mr flaherty, replys 'the
judge, welcom to our country, raze
your rite hand and take the oath of
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'Ji NOW HE HAS MILLIONS"
3sL "See that fellow in theJimousine?"
Ssaid ope man to another as. a big car
"Well, I can remember when he
didn't have but one pair of socks;
Sow he has millions."
"Gee, he must have some wash
ings replied the friend -whose mind
does not run to finances.
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GETTING IT STRAIGHT
Teacher What is the difference
betwfien militarism and militancy?
Pupil Militancy is the feminine for
TWO' DOCTORS-' k
Two Manhattan physicians werd-
enjoying the breeze from the froo$
seat on the bus when part of thekj
conversation' was" overheard :
"I performed an operation for ap
pendicitis on the wife of a millionaire
yesterday," said the stouter of the
"Yes?" said the other. "What was
she suffering from?"
One day two laborers were discuss
ing the wiseness of the present gener
ation. Said one:
"We be wiser than our fathers was,
and they was wiser than their fathers
The second one, after pondering a
while and gazing at his companion,
"Well, Garge, what a fule thy
grandfather must 'a been!"
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