Tho' a joke may be oíd and loothless and bild, It Is able to amble about, And ever Is willliiK to come when U's called, For 'twlll uever, no never wear out. The mos covered Jokes wlilch our Infanoy knew, Stlll are merrlly (lullig aroanil ; They clieer iip a fellow wlien'er he feels blue, Often iii:i vinu the ralters resound. Let all hyper-crltlc! peslmlsts cease CryiuK 'Chi'stnut," whenever ihey hear A Joke tht8 h ncli'ii t m.h I hens In Qreece, lust so Ioiik au lt UrklcM the ear! Old Jokes, llke old frleud-, are forever the best, And we're lond of thexe fossils of fun ; Then let us enjoy tho old "cheHtuuts" wlth MOT, Kor there Is nolhlnit new under thesun.