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HE EXPLAINED.

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HE EXPLAINED. In rder to get a seat on a Seventh-avenue car a woman had almost to climb over the knees of a man sitting tight on the end seat, and as she sat down it was easy to see that the incident had put her out of temper. The man waited two or three minutes and then softly said: "Madam, yeu are no doubt cussing me to yourself ? "To be frank with you, I am," she replied. "You are saying that I'm no gentleman." "So I am." "You are calling me a hog." "I surely am." "It does look that way against me, ma'am. It was my place to move. It is the place of any gentleman to move. If I'd been in your place I'd have kicked the man on the shins." 11 IVell, why Oida It you move ? she queried. "I was coming to that. I'm sparking a widow further along the line. The car passes her door. gh will be in the window to smile and wave her hand at 1M. I rnu-t be on the end seat to smile and wave my hand in iffturn, or "Or what?" "She's worth 7,000dol., ma'am, and ttierola ten other fellers after her. She sits waiting for me. I am on an inside seat and she sees me not. I fail to wave and smile. I go down later to spark and apologise. Up goes her nose and out goes me, and some other feller starts a fur business on them seven thou. Savey?" "I think I understand," said the woman after awhile, "but please don't let it happen again."

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SHE WOULD GO.

NOT A CHANCE.

THE POPULAR GIRL.

HOW-TO TREAT BURNS.

NICE, DISHES.

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