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He Admitted That There Was No Place Like Home

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Toronto Mali. "Yol. scotn in a bad 6x," said a pliilanthropisl to a nr.m sitting on the eurbstone looking much depre&sed it. spirits. "Not soawful bad as I might I1," w:is tin reply. ¦'Havo you no lionie?" ¦Oh, yes, I'vegotone." "Wliy don't yon {? thcro, hon? "Because I don't want to." 'lint, you sliould, for Üte poet says 'beiteverso humble, Hiéreos no placo like home.' ' "And rilit the poel, was, loo. l ¦it home not an liour ago, and the house was turned upside down, all the beda out of the window, the furniture m llie corners and my wife with a dish raj? arouud her head, and the ehildren s dusty yon oouldn't clean 'cm with fe-ither brnsh, and the hiivd girls rais Sam HUI, and four niggers beJn carpeta, and the paper-hangers at werk and a window eleaner with the hos turoed on, and no dinnev and no pros pects of any, and the dence to pay gei oh ' you and the poet are shoil ia' and your'e mighty right too, there no place like home.1' "Whut are ynr viow f Bwepp. ni dear sir?" ptroi'.iuglír queried th uWiquitouá uotc-book as h Mised, liisraly peacil. "Matly tereo scopie, " was tiia eurt roply ff tho trnve staincd snaor.


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