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Learn Something Every Day
A Boston scientist finds that when
a man smokes one pipe of tobacco
98 per cent of the smoke is from
Minneapolis wonder solves prob
lem of not hitting thump when driv
a nail. Holds nail in place with toes.
Missouri mule kicks irian in head
and breaks its leg. Major league
scouts are trying .to locate man.
While wife slept soundly, burglar
t broke into Chicago at late hour,
then husband came home and caught
" him. Offered burglar $50 to tell him
' how he did it
No matter how dusty it is outside,
it doesn't affect potatoes when .they
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fc London. "At Lagincourt," said a
wounded Australian, "the Germans
1 charged in seven lines. God knows
' how long we went on killing them.
It was butt-ends and bombs and any
thing else that came handy. After
a bit Fritz lost his head and began to
" squeal. To show what they're like,
I killed one who had one hand above
his head and the other working a
machine gun and he 'was shouting
'Kamerad' all the time. We wrecked
four divisions that day."
"Please, lady," begged the very
dirty tramp at the back door, "-can
you help a poor man that lost his job
three weeks ago and ain't been able
to find no work since?"
"What sort of a job was it?" asked
"I wasworkin' in a soap factory."
"I was workin' In a soap factory."
v were not discharged for dishonesty."
N. Y. World.
' The clergyman was engaged in the
unprofitable occupation of giving ad-
vice to the woman who had just
nainted her own husband in very
"Suppose you were to -try to heap
coals of fire upon his head?" he sug
gested. " 'Twouldn't do no good," she re
turned. "I've thrown a lighted lamp
at him several times, but he was just
as bad next day."
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