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SOCIAL STRANG EUR. Bank Teller (politely! : " I'm sorry, madam, but I cannot cash your cheque. You must bring in someone to identify you; that is, aomeona who is known to both oi us." Fair Customer (loftily) t * Indeed ! I am suro our social spheres aro entirely too distinct for such a thing to tie possible." Sandy MsoPherson one Sunday by mistake put a half-crown into the collection bag- inetead of «■ penny. On returning home he discovered the serious blunder, and spent the afternoon considering the matter. "Ye eee," he Mid to himself. ''l micht ttay away fof twenty-nine Bawbaths to mak' it up, bin then I w,:d be paym' seat rent an* gettiri' ncwihin' for't.. I'm thmkin' this ataun. b« what t' aaeentftu; s%,'& n, jeJigioiM deeioulty/,.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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