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AND THE COOK IS A BEAR
"Every one in our family is some
kind of animal," said Jimmle to the
"Why, you shouldri't'say that," the
good man exclaimed.
"Well," said Jimmle, "mother's a
dear, the baby is mother's little lamb,
I'm the kid and dad's the goat"
adies' Home Journal. -
Sister (writing letter to brother at
the. front) And hae ye onything
else tae say, father? .
Father Ay! Tell Donal'. that if
he comes ower yon German waiter
that gaed us a bad saxpence for
chance when he had a' bit dinner is
.London a while syne, tell him tae -
tak steady aim. Punch (London).