"(Jot awiiy frini here, or I'LL fall my husband !" threatened a- woman who had just i-efusi-d to -ivo a. tramp food. "Oh, no yiii won't." l-rplied tli-- tramp, " b;-. cause ho ain't home!" "How do yon know " n.-kid -,],„ unman. "Bcoauw." answered tin- man, as lio sidled toward* the gate, "a. man who manies a woman like you is <«iily !;■ mw at meal-times!" Father's Way.—A lecturer was addr>'s.intf a (lass of chihhvn, and i|ii<i-tio;il.- N ' them, alioul- ilk- vari'-ur. joints of mutt' • Thi' neck, shoulder, h.'. anil loin hail l>,-, ,: mentioned. '• Xmi ." he i-.ii<'. "th--rc > aivoth-.'i' joint no oin- li,,r in.-nt i- .:; •'. Com*', my little lny, I Know your fall:-: ; n groom ! What <h«'.s he oft n put o ; )k-i.-'.'" "A fhiilln- each v.nv "'.-aid -t ■ boy rilivo Devonshire brothers « ho 11 -■■' to the lionl have p'tuiiiril (r, o:: :.:'..■] , by tho same train.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
Evening Star Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
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