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SOFT. SNAPS '
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MARRIED PefiORe e,ery
new york. i tell you what, a man
said that came into the offise this
A. M. it ain't the wurking gurls that
has lost their senses over this short
skirt style that is all the rage, it is
the sosiety dames & there dawters
who don't have nothing els to do &
have to keep in the limelite some way
and they sure do that way, the boss
yep, the other feller replyd, for just
last nite i herd a good storey about a
naybor of ours, & she wears her short
skirts short alrite
well the other day her hired gurl
grabbed the idear that if it was alrite
for the lady to ware them that short
it is alrite for her too and being as
the dame was out to bridge party that
afternoon the gurl lifted 1 of -the"
lady's outfits & went for a walk
when she got home the dame sees
her slide in with that rig on, what
do youmeen, katie, she hollered at
the gurl, by waring my nise new dress
out on the street, aint you ashamed
indeed i am, the gurl said, i never
herd in all my life such remarcks as
the peeple made when i went "by them
"Good gracious, Bobby! What is
the matter? Why, you're in awful
"I told a lot of boys I was too proud
to fight" Judge.
Butcher Will you have a round
Mrs. Youngbride I don't care
what shape it is, so it's tender.
rflN&fi)R ANORPER TOR
ONIONS AT AM AFTcRMOOM TEft
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE TIRE
"What do' you mean by coming in
here with that tire all cut to rib
bons?'' shouted the irate owner of
the 60-horse racing car.
"I ran it over a milk bottle, sir,"
said the trembling chauffeur.
"A milk bottle: eh? It seems to mo
you could see a thing as big at that"
"The boy had it under his coat,
sir." Australia Motor World.
IlI till l H
Most kicking is in vain because
most people do it in the wrong placel
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