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AN UNGALLANT HOBO T MORE-PARTY THAN PLAY
A hobo knocked on the back door
nf a Riihnrhnn hnmA whlph wns
t opened by a large, muscular, hard-
. "Get out of here, you miserable
tramp i" exclaimed tne -woman in a
screechy voice, at the first sight of
the hobo. "If you don't march
straight for that back gate I will call
"I guess not," was the calm re
sponse of the tramp. "He ain't
"Is that so, Mr. Tramp?" was the
scornful rejoinder of the large lady.
"How do you know 'he isn't at
"Because," grinned the hobo,
backing toward the ofresaid gate,
"when a man marries a woman like
- you he is home only at meal time."
(Sherman. Van and Halvman.)
J "Are you playing."
"Yes on the piano."
"It is a splendid weapon."
"What have you got under that
"Under where?" I just told you
under the coat."
"I can't make you understand.
Think of a salad."
"No, you're wrong. Combination."
Years ago when Commodore (now
Rear Admiral) Peary was living in a
New York boarding house, the talk
often reverted to exploration.
"Once," said Peary In telling his
experiences, "we ate old shoes."
"Hush!" said his neighbor, "don't
let the landlady hear you!"
"Be sure to get the right tooth,
"Don't worry. I'll get it if I have
to pull out every tooth in your head." Some girls have big feet and othaw
Life, ljust wear white shoes! -
"What was the" play you saw last
"The play? Too bad! I forgot to
look at the program."
"Don't you know what the play
"Nc-, you see, I was with a theater
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, , WELL TIMED
Dc ctor When do you feel the pate
worst, my boy?
Teddy Just before school time,