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new york the trubbel with a lot
of peepel is that they takes advise
too litterally, my pop says, & 1 guess
he" is rite for yesterdy a gink-was
pinched over in brooklyn & they
throwed ham into the jug over nlte
for scrapping with a feller named
alexander, & his 1st name i dident re
member, but the lad what was run in
was waiter safe
he next day which was this A. M.
they trots mr. sate in to the cort
room along with anuther bunch of
ruff necks what they picked up dur
ing the nite, most of them for flting
and things like that ,
finally it comes mr. safe's turn to
get a fine plastered on him & he
stands up to slip a mouthful of talk
over 'to the judge so as he will be let
off maybe and not fined verry much
if he dont let him off free
dont you know better than to flte,
the judge ast him, & mr. safe tells
him yes, per onner.i do, & that was
what made me follej tne teechings i
lerned in sunday skool when I -was a
do you meen to tell me that you
lerned to hit a feller man in simday
skool, the judge says hard like to mr.
no sir, mr. safe says, but it says a
soft anser turns away rath
well, what kind of a soft anser
did you gW him; the judge in
kwired. i had a brickbat handy, mr. safe
said, but i dident use it, because i
thought of the sunday skool lesson
boa picked up a roten tomatter and
things i cood reech & i pasted hftn
well, the judge replyd, i will let
you off this time, mr. safe, but the
next time dont take them lessens so
litterally and you will be safer, mr.
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
A piano is a wooden box with 248
mile? of wire and a shelf, sprinkled
with ivory and ebony keys.
Some human heads resemble it in
every way except for the wire
strirfgs There are two kinds, the upright
and the kind that lays low like Villa.
S(yne pianos are played with the
fingers; some with the feet.
Very often the finger pianos sound
as,if they were being played with the
feet and some of the feet pianos
sound like ves. Harold. Milwaukee
Is in the United States.
Parents should see to it that their
children, especially the boys, take
lessons on the piano.
After six or seven years of lessons
and constant practice, they might
turn out to be great ball players or
prize fighters or plumbers.
"Wish to manxniy daughter, do
you? Take my advice, don't."
"But why, sir?"
"I have noticed evidences of insan
ity in her lately'
"Good heavens! What evidence?"
"She says she wants to many
rotteaeggs, which was theg&fteat Lyou,"
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