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"Would you love me as much if
father lost his -wealth?"
"He hasn't lost it has he?"
"Of course, I would, you silly girl?
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"What kind of a dress should the
refugee wear in the play when she
is taken off the lonely island where
she was shipwrecked?"
"I think it ought to be a maroon
costume." Baltimore American.
Farmer (aboard ship who has
bought new auto) I see, captain (in
dicating life preservers) that you are
well supplied with extry tires.
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