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General Phil Sheridan was at one time asked at what little incident ho had laughed the most. “Well,” ho said, “I do not know; but I always laugh when 1 think of the Irishman and the army mnl«. I was riding down the line one day, when I saw an Irishman mounted on a mule, which was kicking ita legs rather freely. Tho millj finally got its hoof Caught in the stirrup, when, in the excitement', the Irishman remarked : ' ‘ Well, begorra, if you’re goin* to git on, I’ll git off.’” ft was in a railway carriage, and tho occupants were several travellers and a staid, pompons old gentleman. Various and unsuccessful rih-rts were made to draw him into conversation. At length owe of them said; “ Come, sir, I know you are one of us. Tell us what you are travelling in.” “Young man,” answered tho tormented one, glaring at his interlocutor, “ I am travelling in very objectramble and inquisitive company, and the carriage is full of samples.” He was not disturbed after this

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A DISTINCT NOVEL! V 1 in MEN’S SUMMER DRESS! m ipyr 5W®5 i^^a^gl&iiMgag'ayaa One of the Newest Fashions for Gentlemen is the SHEPHERD CHECK SHIRT COLLAR AND TIE, worn cn suite. This Style is the Embodiment of Good Taste, and in regard to Correctness, the Wearer need not fear to challenge coraoarison with anyone. The old “BLACK-AND-WHITE CHECK " is simple but strong, and Gentlemanly in Appearance. Shepherd Check NEGLIGE SHIRTS, of Fine Scotch Zephyrs, in jfi f Fast Colors . ♦ . a / o NEW POLO (Deep Point) COLLARS to Match 1 / - • ♦ ♦ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 SILK TIES, En Suite, The Fashionable Open End Shape ♦ « ♦ 2/6! & J. ARTHUR, Ltd. MERCHANT TAILORS and MENS MERCERS, 12. 14. 16 and 18 GEORGE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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