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SIDE GLANCES - - • By George Clark
% “That's a good girt—and what else do mamma and papa say abonft mantle 7“ NOW YOU TELL ONE NO WONDER! "Did your husband sleep after tak ing the sleeping draught?’* "Not a wink.” "You could not have administered It properly.” "No, I forgot to take the price off the bottle.’’—Moustique, Charleroi EVEN THE WEATHERMAN Weather Expert (reading over his predictions): Monday, fine; Tuesday, rain; Wednesday, unsettled; Thurs day rain. . . • Wife: I’m going out on Thursday, Spencer. Weather Expert: Sorry, dear, then I’ll make Thursday fine.—Passing Show. USELESS "Is George In?” "Yes, he’s In.” "Good; then perhaps 111 get the money he owes me.” “You’re an optimist. If George, had any money he wouldn’t be In.”— Passing Show. CRIME NOTE The trouble with Chicago is that everybody’s on the spot but the po lice.—Judge. We don’t know which makes for the duller evening a woman telling about the removal of her appendix, or a man telling about his stock market operation.—Judge. And that man who Is contemplating crossing the Atlantic In a rowboat will have a fifty-fifty chance once he gets past the coast guard!—Judge. And it seems strange that no taxi company has kept up wtih the times by painting its cabs like backgammon boards.—Judge. Daily Cross-word Puzzle ACROSS Solution of Yesterday’s Puzzle 21. Fay court to 1. Winter vehicle 22. Batrachlans 6. Worship |,.|| , i ■ ■ , . ■ . 25. Properties left 10. Parts of s golf JP 0 IMA ll IA I I WA lUIII IAI at death 14. Possess* A 1 * I'l 81l Jill's 11 2|* Khnble “• "lasr” C O wFkJw E oßs 6E R »• SU-- 16. Merchandise A R ID IE IS meaning to 17. Individual en- I. 1,1, hd . pull shout try In an BMBMEjJjCIKIc IT IE MTIAIMI 32. Italian: coalh. account IA IS IP tern 18. Biblical weeds HIT IT. 1 IM, 1 | 32. Mors recent 19. Operatio solo FlO I SIT S|s AIB 0 TISI 34. Alumni 20. Headdress of ... L.y, I, , | 1,1 *7, For fear that falsa half 23. Cauldrons [p|pTpH||TT|7 a|y 1 ▼■■H 41. Rulers 24. Web-footed ■KIAJJL 44. Algonqyian bird ETTE DMcTE S S Indian 26. Negative , , ■ UJ H 46. Divides Into 37. Shallow sound PET E P|H|A N T two equal communicating 1 o A iTliTr 1 ’cHc' e A parts with the sea JL JL M. iLHJLiA. h. IL 42. Metal tags of 80. Robbing E A S EHsTE E N|t P R laces 35. Old form of an 1?-I£1t l c JRrJUEiE I 11 WB l I 1 I'll 50. St*ep fits old oath 53. The one era 36. Singing voice 63. Belonging to DOWN wait for by the 38. Keep from the laity 1. Vessel kitchen dooff 39. Pinch 63. 51 use of lyrlo 2. Tardy 64. Feminine 40. Gratifies poetry 3. Always name 42. Away: Scotch 65. System of slgi 4. Inferior deity 55. Metal fasteier 43. Gum resin nals 6. Pertaining to 56. Msnsumblo 45. Stalk 66. Capital of action aspect of 46. Lost Ilfs fluid Peru 6. Hauls duration 47. Uninhabited 67. South AmerU 7. Above: poet. 67. Biblical proptr 19. Monks auparlor can animal 8. Emit vapor name: Nsm. 61. Pig 68. Large plant 9. Ancient Jewish 26:86 62. Snow runners: 69. Scandinavian ascetic 59. Greater var. measure of 10. Idle talk amount * 64. Give a name to length 11. Nobleman 60. Mental Imago 58. The Greek 70. Large knives 12. Great Lako 61. Appear Diana 71. Sewed Joint 13. Hugs waves 64. Monkey . TRIBUNE’S PAGE OF COMIC STRIPS AND FEATURES JUST THE MAN “What makes you think you are qualified for a position In the Diplo matic Corps?” demanded the exam iner. “Well,” answered the applicant, modestly: “I’ve been married twenty years and my wife still thinks I’ve got a sick friend.”—Tit-Bits. HE WINS Mabel: My big sister's got two doctors. Harold: Huh! Mine’s got two law yers. Mabel: My big sister’s going to have an operation. Harold: That's nothing. Mine’s going to have a separation.—Passing Show. MODERN SIMILE Difficult as taking Gandhi away from India.—Judge. “Wet or dry?” asked the barber, as he started to comb the Senator s hair. That was two weeks ago. The Sen ator still is talking.—Judge. Lawyer—But, dear, I am at a meet ing of the Bar Association!—Judge. FRECKLES' AND HIS FRIENDS Their Mtte! By Bknser MOM’N POP By Cowan SALESMAN SAM Wludda Ya Moan, fNwat By Bynall BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Two Minds —Ht! By Martin THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. THI- (JUMPS—THE SHOPPERS GASOLINE ALLEY-HERE THEY COME!