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Unprofitable speculation.— It sno usa talking," said Withers, dejectedly. "It's in possible to make a woman understand even tho first principles of finance.'' "What's the matter now?" inquired his friend. " Matter'" ejaculated Withers. "Vhy, when I was away yesterday the baby swallowed a penny," and what does my "wife do but call in a doctor and pay him five shillings for getting that penny back!"

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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