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Johnny was putting some ques
tions to his father on the subject of
astronomy, in the course of which he
asked if the moon was inhabited.
"Oh, yes," said the parent, "there
are people living on the moon."
"Are there many?" queried the
"Yes, lots," was the repjy, "far
more than in this world.
"Why, then," said the youth, "ain't
they crowded a good, deal at half
HAD DONE HIS PART
"Edison says we sleep too much."
"Well, it isn't his fault; he has in
vented enough things to keep w