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HIS ONLY TROUBLE. Plane sat disconsolately in the smokinc; room while all the other gueslts at a bah' wore tanyoina like mad. "Why, Blanc what are you doing here? Whv aren't you out on the floor tangoing', man''*' his hoft asked. "I don't tango,"' Blanc answered. •• You don't tango? Incredible. How on earth is it that you don't tango?" "Well." said Blanc, sadly, "I'd like to tango, and I would tanqo, only the music puts mo out end the girl* got in my way." ■TU BONNIE DOON'S sweet reek ar.' -smithcr, Yc'll no be wnutiu' on? ither. Aye, BONNIE DOON'S the iiesly weed; But, man what checrin' whin it's Ueid. -£Advt.j

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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