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PAGE TWELVE DI i ii i lg 5c 10c Can't Be Done "What would ~ct'. call a fellow who hid behind a woman's skirts ?" indignantly inquired a felloi.7 mem- ber of the Lambs Club to Maclyn Arbuekle, the comedian. Mr. At- buckle had a merry twinkle in his eye when he answered. 'A magician," was his reply. Foxing the Wolf "Is Feinstein really such a good business man ?" "I give you my word, if he found the wolf at his door some night, he'd sell you a silver fox set the next morning."--Life. When in Doubt Lady Pianist (who after an hour of it, has nearly played her visi- //~. to s,e+>W at wou, ',g ---- like me to play now?" The Visitor (dreamily)--"Oh! IAT LAST HIS TIME dunno--I should keep right on -------- with trumps," --The Passifig Show Fogarty Waited Long, bUt ~1~! tl 11 (London). Captain of the Footb~lll "-ill iz JULY 16, 17, 18, and 19 Real Summoned Him. JII Jackson--"I have a Ford; what -- ker, i car have you ?" }'ogarty was a hard wor... ;111~ Everette-."A Packard." simply had no natural libt~ II i CATALINA HAFIDWAi[ COMPANY car too!'--O. E. R. Bulletin (Ot-football. All during his u ~]] career he had been a bench "~,f.~ll i lawn), substitute, and never had he WJ II Everybody Happy an Important game. lie ~J II Mail!,--"No ma'am, Mrs. Hughes When he went to college.. #]l II warded for Ills plugging wltll ~111 l[ is OUt.' ~ Visitor--"How fortunate! When I lute position on the ,varsttY'.,[n~II - ~;~i~~~ Ing tile tilree years f his e'~" I1 saw her peeping through the cur- l rains as I came up the path I wasball career his chance here' "I II " ~' S so afra,d she would be m.--Ca- to come. I~,l II sews Saturday Journal (London). At last the final game, tla~'~#d]l II portant of the season, ealal~e~#j! II lee-Ashes Invented three-quarters Fogarty W$;;i~#4 tl Miller's ice-house caught fire, team,,unable to overeol~e t~}l~t I1 I a.d though ade,ermined e.ort was hoots ree+olotII made to save the btfilding from bench But after a grlC'l~ffJl I \~"iilN~iiOTuFll" then1 loelrl ~ flames, it burned to the ground, plunge tile fullback laystre~]'t~l i s With it 20,000 pounds of ice werethe ground and the captain,; ~ I reduced to ashes--Peterboro (N sIlouted: '*ogarty, I ; H.) Transcript. Ah, Fogarty knew wlmt tia ~delb.'| I Looks Suspicious Running swiftly across the ~'~ I "Pardon me, professor, but lastinquire{], "Wiladda ya wan~',.t~.l 1 night your daughter accepted my"Say, Fogarty, old man~t~l ~ proposal and I wish to ask if there the captain, "take off yer v~gl~ "| glve 'era to the fullbaCK " ! ~s any msamtv m your faro; y. "There nms't be."--Kablegram, tore."--Prize Story in Judge" i Optimist--You nmst admit that An Incompetent I-t:.l~'| BAli this has. .been a perfect ,dav" 1 "Tile one I am now gettllla .1/ Pessma]st--Yes, but II1 begad thl,'teentil cook." tltl0~'! when it's over.--Jack o' Lantern. "Aren't you a little superSm" A gan}ing her?" t l~.~'i On Johnson's buss the proverb goes- Nut a bit. She eouldlf ~ffO " Yes, we no got any bananoes; turn out worse than the other '~ I In Tin Can Alley, dive or den: ,~| fl SSS[ banana, art =aS' ell. "Gl'eat artlstsStUdihaveStUff'no eoUa~';'~|t~qi['d| Ae, aole a makou maia. rate dauber. "Tile whole worw .~! town." .~#" ! On Punehbowl's slopes the waving "And all that's laekh~g, I #lPW i banners proclaim: merely a little carfare.' / - Is'-'-- .9: + ++ s+ + +a w++++++ 4 oung t0 al In Kaimuki, as like as not: "Just before he proposed [u.t ~'1 Yes I Bananas no have got. opened her mouth to loOgd#b i teeth."--West Virginia MoO~sP" ! H V V ~X7 ('~ ('~ r~ ' ~ Or from the docks of old Roundtop __._~_~___~___~ , 1 t'ink banana she no stop. Better Than a Sister..t#l~i i --Honolulu Star-Bulletin. ~'- ~1 Alice--Isn't that a sorority ~" 2::7=;" '~;2::',:a~.;: w. +.. ,o,,~+ or,+ t,,o~+, 116 S r Hotel The notice in the rooms of hotels Bluegown--Indeed not; which reads, "Have you left any- friend of mlne.--Boston Around the Corner---But is Pay~ to Walk. thing ?" should be changed to "Have you anything left ?" Watch the world come to