If I had a thousand lives to live, I’d live them all for you; If I had a thousand hearts to give, You’d get the thousand, Sue. On the other hand, in the winter’s storm, When you’re so cold and blue. If you had a hundred feet to warm, Td warm them all for you! —‘New York Mail’ The Bore. —He had held forth for so long oh the subject bf his adventures that the entire smoking-room was distinctly bored. Finally he reached India. “It waa there that I first saw a man-eating tiger,’* ha announced boastfully. “Pooh; that's nothing/* said a mild-looking little man, edging towards the door. “1 once ft mlh eating rabbit.” And he sanhfftad gracefully out. It Depends on the Company You Keep.— How long dogs it take to go through these woods?” asked the summer BOarder. " That all depends," replied the farmer. “I have noticed that when a man is with his wife, it takes about 30 minutes, and when he is with his mother-in-law, ha can make It in 18 minutes. If, however, halt with his fiancee, it usually takeq about two hours,"
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TRUE DEVOTION., Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914
TRUE DEVOTION. Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914
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