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FLORABEL'S LOVER; 1

GIVING HIM A LEAD.

WHEN INSULTS HURTLE,

THE INSPECTOR*.CEASED CROWING

WQUPI)N'T HURT ...HER,

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ce FREDDY, why did you drop the baby on the Roor!" "Well, I beard everybody say it was a bouncing baby, and I wanted to see it boance." ON AN EQUALITY.—It is still an unsettled pro- blem which individual gets the most enjoyment out of an exhibition game—the millionaire who sits in the box, or the small boy who watches the sport through a knot-hole in the fence. 9 "HERE is another idea of mine," observed the inventor, pointing to his model. "For me to carry out, I suppose," snapped his wife, as she laid violent hands on the structure and hurried it to the dust-bin. ARTIST: Oh you think the background's beastly,' do you ? Perhaps the cattle are 'beastly' too' though I flatter myself Friendly artist: "Ohl no, my dear fellow That's just what they are not." N. PECK The doctor says that my trouble ia only rheumatism in the lumbar region." Mrs. N. Peck: In the lumber regien ? Does he mean to say there is something the matter with your head ?' "GREAT Scott, woman!" exclaimed Mr. Wick- wire, to whom his wife was trying to explain something. You couldn't do worse at trying to make your point if you were attempting to sharpen a lead pen il." Only a pansy blossom, And a very small blossom at that; With a. bit of wire and a feather, 'Twill make a ten-guinea hat. How HE SUCCEEDED.—A friend of ours took her four-ye-ii -oM to a photographer. The child could not be made to sit still. He of the camera was as suave as he aid be, and worked every device of gentle persuasion to make the little wriggler keep still. Finally he said to the despairing mother "Madam, if you will leave the little dear alone with me a few minutes, I think I can succeed." The mother had scarcely withdrawn when she was summoned back by the triumphant photographer, who exhibited a satisfactory negative.- When they reached home the mother asked: Nellie, what did the man say to you when I left you alone with him?" "He thaid," lisped NeNie, 1 Thit thill, you little rathcall, or I'll thake the life out of ye.'

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