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AS TOLLOWP :-
nev york. i gess there is lots of
peepel who are good because it pays
to be good or for some other reeson
in that respeck kids is like big folks
in a way
for sum time now gorgie medders
ma has been balling him out purty
reglar for not behaiving his self so
she .started him going to sundy skool
agin thinking that mite help
& he went rite along & he thought
he was getting in purty good with his
so yestedy he says to her, ma, aint
i been a good boy sinct i been going
to sundy skool
yes, you have, gorgie, his ma re
plys, verry pleezed
& you dont distrust me anny more
now do you ma, gorgie inkwired
no, indeed, i dont distrust my littel
son, his ma said
then why do you keep on hiding the
cookies, ma, gorgie asked her
mrs wedders dident know wether
to scold him for being good just to
get another chanct at the cookies or
to laff at the way gorgie got around
to his.favrit subject, which is cookies.
LENDING A HELPING HAND
"What a beautiful dog, Miss
Ethel!" exclaimed her bashful admir
er. "Is he affectionate?"
"Is he affectionate?" she asked
archly. "Indeed he is. Here, Bruno!
Come, good doggie, and show Charley
Smith how to kiss me." Ladies'
According to "Willie Collier, the co
median, a fat woman from up state
recently entered an elevator apart
ment building to visit her daughter.
As the somewhat small elevator boy
jerked the rope the old lady re
"Land sakes, boy," she exclaimed,
"I am willin to walk you could
never pull MB up by that rope."
"Never mind, Sadie," said a girl
friend to the disconsolate maiden,
when she learned of the broken en
gagement. "There's as good fish in
the sea as have ever been caught."
"Maybe so," wailed Sadie truth
fully; "But I am out of bait"
"I see the Carr family has an addi
tion to its long train."
"Yes, let us hope this will be the