Caricature; wit and humor of a nation in picture, song and story (1911) (14802761123)

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Caricature; wit and humor of a nation in picture, song and story (1911) (14802761123)

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Identifier: caricaturewit00newy (find matches)
Title: Caricature; wit and humor of a nation in picture, song and story
Year: 1911 (1910s)
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Subjects: American wit and humor Caricatures and cartoons
Publisher: New York : Leslie-Judge Co.
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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^v.-- T^/KONB ^P Her lips were like a red, red rose,Like stars her eyes of blue ; Her neck was like the graceful swans.I loved her. Wouldnt you ? DRAMATIC POSSIBILITIES. Dont stand there looking like a fool.Run and get a moving-picture man — Im going to fall ! Where Mamma Lost. (< A UNT EMMY, said the littleangel, mamma has thought ofthe nicest kind of a present for you. Has she? asked Aunt Emmy, whowas nearly forty, but looked thirty-fiveand said she was twenty-eight. Yes; she said it would be the bestthing in the world if Santa Claus wouldonly bring you a husband. It was at that moment that AuntEmmy concluded to send her sister-in-law a nice, inexpensive Christmas cardinstead of the silver punch bowl shehad selected. In the Days of the Past. HAND in hand, with the march oftime.Come many sweeping changes.The stoves that prehistoric man onceusedWere simply mountain ranges. ».A.
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ooM O ^ vC •« oo s (75 OJ «> Nuts for Santa To Crack By PERRINC LAMBERT THE Twentieth Cen-tury youngstercarefully placed anew ribbon in his type-writer, oiled themachine thoroughly andbegan: Dear Santa Claus—I have about every-thing I want or needthis Christmas, and inlieu of a collection ofgifts I wish you woulddeliver the answers toa number of questionswhich have bewilderedme almost from myinfancy. How can you possiblyget down our chimney,when I experiencedgreat difficulty in con-vincing sisters petpoodle that the trip could be made successfully? Why do you give so many presents to those who havemoney to buy them, and so few to those who cannotspare the money? How do you manage to sail over oceans, mountainsand housetops, when my natural history is suspiciouslysilent on the subject of reindeers wings? What excuse can youoffer for bringing fa-ther something formot

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