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c n. y. of corse there is lots of dif
ferunt kinds of beleefs now just as
they allways has been as long as pee
.pel have had noodles to think up be
l,.leefs with, but i herd of a new 1 this
2 swell dames was sitting next me
jand they was spending most of their
J?time hammering another dame who
the other dame's name was lucy
poor lucy, exklames one of the
' liammer weelders, poor lucy, how she
does suffer for her beleef
her beleef, says the other dame,
what is there about her relijus con-
"yicshuns what makes her suffer
o, it am t her relijus convictions
itall, thats not the beleef that caus-
her so much mental ankwish
H its her beleef that she can ware a
io. 3 shoo on a no. 6 foot
r (A" vaudeville playlet in one act
MTime Late evening. Place Any
living room. Characters Jack, Cla
rice, her father. Clarice and Jack are
seen seated on the lounge. Lights are
-i. Jack Clarice, we have loved each
other now for many long months.
Clarice Alas! Time does fly.
Jack And, darling, you have never
permitted me to kiss you.
Jack Don't you think it about
time we seal our engagement with a
Clarice If you kiss me, Jack Mor
ton, I'll run and tell father.
fhey struggle. At lenetn lie
her. She makes for the stairs, dis-'
Jack CJreat heavens! Did shef
(Clarice breaks into father's den.)'
Clarice Dad, Jack wants to see
your new shotgun.
(Father takes np his gun and goes
Jack My God! Mr. Hines, d-don't
(Jack dashes from the room to the
Workman Wife, brother Jim had
a call from the army surgeon this
morning. When the latter asked him
how he was feeling, he said he still
had a stitch in the side.
His Wife WeD, what did the' sur
Workman Oh, he said it was all
right that it showed the bones were
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