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husband more than I and yet I have
not been unhappy since he died I
have missed him terribly but I have
pot been perfectly miserable. I have
been happy with all you young
I hugged her, little book. Dear,
dear Aunt Mary. That was her way
of telling me how selfish I was. Just
the same I can't help feeling that this
world is all wrong when it lets people
like Jack, who make so much trouble,
go on living and takes out dear Aunt
Marys, who live only to give others
pleasure and happiness.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow).
IT NEVER ENTERED HlS
fTtt (f pDERSTMYjJH
SEOU6IE- UNTOLD NEALTH
& THE HONEY WE DON'T
PUT DOWN ON THE- IN
COME TAX UST.
merchant:- you ask UJUY
THE AVERDUPOIS SYSTEM
OF WE16RTS" AND MEASURES
HAS NO SCRUPLES.
THAT SVSTEH I USED
' 3tlSO IN
I C -ssne!
SAY WHY IS
IT LUCKY FOR
PI DNT CAPTURE
Teacher Mention the name of
some well-known Greek.
Teacher George who?
Bobby I don't know the rest of his
name; he sells fruit at my father's
Teacher Willie, what is the differ
ence between gastronomy and
Willie (up against it) Gee!
Teacher That certainly is one
difference, Willie; now, Bobble, you.
tell us the real difference.