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Mother Waverly was saying and then
I almost laughed outright.
So Mother Waverly was human,
(To Be Continued)
Gloom (in restaurant, having wait
ed fifteen minutes for his soup)
Waiter, have you ever been to the
Waiter No, sir.
Gloom Well, you ought to go.
You'd enjoy watching the tortoises
" BOBBIE" KNEW "
Mother Bobbie, come here. I
have something awfully nice to tell
Bobbie (age six) Aw, I don't care.
I know what it is. Big brother's
home from college.
Mother Why, Bobbie, how could
Boggie My bank don't rattle any
And amongst papa's Xmas gifts
don't forget some of the patent but-
tons that clamp on.
TWO WARRING NATIONS AND NEUTRAL MEET
1 T" P -EWGLTSH t
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This photograph rushed from Saloniki by William G. Shepherd, famous
newspaper correspondent, shows two British officers leaning on some
French guns and talking to the French artillerymen, as a detachment of
Greek artillery files by. These allies are the soldiers who vainly opposed
the German march through Serbia-