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AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
Oh, what a glorious occupation!
Sleep "pas a rule made up by the
great architect for working people
and city officials long before the goat
tenders' union, man's first labor or
ganization, was founded.
Sleep is as necessary to man as a
lemon is to lemonade. It wouldn't
make a good comparison if we'd a
said as an, oyster is to restaurant
oyster stew, would it? i
Well, speaking of judgesr and city
hall officials, sleep used to be the
time a fella would put in at night
doing nothing and accomplishing
less, except in a physical way.
My, how times do change SJPeople
thes'e days make a success of it both
ways, awakejjjid asleep.
Society people, frinBtance. We
don't believevin superstition, but the
number 13 only holds good being un
lucky in one way, and that's sleeping
We were filling application blanks
for a new position for six weeks on
account of 13 hours' sleep. But,
then, a go'od sleeper could qualify for
a job in the police department, es
pecially in Philadelphia, as was
proven a few days ago.
Sleep has got to be a curse these
days instead of a blessing. There's
so much of it going on at the wrong
time by us humans. It makes con
ductors, motormen and traffic cops
ill-tempered at times.
"Opportunity knocks but once."
These days she'd get better results if
she used a good loud alarm clock.
Fond-Father My son Js taking al
gebra under you this term, is he not?
High School Teachet He has
been exposed to algebra, but I doubt
if he will take it - -
WHAT HE. LIKED ABQUTHER
She-Wbat do you like about me?
He ;The other arm, till I rest this
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AHEAD OF THEM ALL
A prominent physician, upon open
ing the door of his, consulting room,
"asked: "Who has been waiting
"I have," spoke up a man In a
stentorian voice. '!I'm your tailor. I
delivered your clothes four week