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ILLUSTRATED HUMOUR

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ILLUSTRATED HUMOUR The rest cure beoomes a habit with some people. Money talks, and some people make every penny count. Regret is something we feel for the mistakes of our friends. Nothing delights some people so much as to be asked favours; it gives them so much plea- sure to refuse. One of the most annoying things in the world is to be prepared for an emergency that doesn't keep its appointment. Patience: "Does she inherit those red cheeks, do you suppose?" Patrice: Yes; her father was a painter, I believe." You not only lose time telling people how to avoid mistakes, but you have to lose more time listening to their explanations. Jeffreys: "How does yonr brother take married life?" Esther: "According to direc- tions. His mother-in-law is living with him." Ida: "George is so poetical. He says my ears are JiIe rhclls." Iron: "Did he say whether he meant cocoanut or oyster shells?" Biffson: "My wife always insists on having the last word!" Bangs: Well, you're lucky! Mine always insists on having the last penny!" Mrs. Joggins: "They' make car wheels out of paper. The idea-paper car wheels." Joggins: That's nothing. They have stationary en- gines, too."

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