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WAITING FOR ORDERS
A Boston woman of advanced years
.- has a parrot to which she is "warmly
attached. Recently she went ofr a
trip west to visit, leaving elaborate
5, instructions with her daughter about
a Uneasy at Buffalo she got off the
S train and wired back:
W "Don't forget to feed polly."
V Later, on the train, she received
"Haver fed polly. What shafl I do
THE GENEROUS SOUL
Aunt Lydia made her annual jour-
ney to New York from New England.
As she came from the Grand Central
station she hailed a taxicab.
She got out at 94th st and the
man reached out for his fare. She
handed him a dime.
''Here, Mum," said the taxi driver,
"you've made a mistake. You gave
. me a dime."
"Oh, an honest man at last! That's
all right! You may keep what's over.
I never give less!"
ONE FOR EACH
A man remarked that he
from a very large family.
vC "How many are there of you?
"Well, there were ten 'of us boys,"
he said, "and each of us had a sister."
"Good gracious!" exclaimed the
t other. "Then there were twenty of
" "No," sai4 the boastful man,
KNEW HIS RIGHTS
A British sergeant discovered a re
cruit comfortably situated in a hole
in the ground during a lull in battle.
"Get out of that!" commanded the
sergeant. "Get out of that imme
diately!" "You may be me superior officer,"
defiantly replied Pat, "but all the
same Oi'm the one who fpund this
Sally Mr. Gayboy, are you afraid ,
to go home in the dark?
Gayboy No, I am more afraid to
have my wife keep a Bght burning!
rA"80NE? WHY IS CHSUSO
VWY BECAUSE HE'S TRVIN5-
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