ASTONISHED. " Sav, Chimmie. what yer suppose daA guy AiaddLn did when lie rubbed his lamp and er palace sprang up?" •'He rubbsd hU see if hs wasn't dreamin', of cour=e.' WASTE OF TIME. " Goin" ashore icr yer leavs s'evcain'j mate''" __ . , . . , , , "Wilier;' lou're a biooimn tsetotler, ain't yer?' Th* Ar.s*lica.n Church Ooswress of Great Britain -vvill be held at Southend, this summer. Knew the Symptoms. —Judge: ' aavo vou ever seen tlft> prisoner at the bar?" Witness : " Never, my lord ; but I've seen him "when I strongly suspected he had been there '." 1/atest sta'.i.-tu-s snow ljic'. tnere m-< iK'ftriy 12,0C0.!K>0 Jews in tin; world. :m<! that '"f these live in. the United £t#&o.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915
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