A MATTER OF POLICY. (Annemann)
ere is a funny adaptation of an old, old principle in 'The Magician's Own Book' by Cremer. used it once and presented in this manner it seems to grow on the audience until, at the finish, they are howling. The performer says that after Mr. Roosevelt went into office, he gave Mr Parley a free hand with all patronage. Everybody of course, knows Mr Parley to be a politician of the ne plus ultra type, and thereby hangs a tale. As the story goes, it was very necessary to curtail all waste arai slash expenses wherever possible. Everyone knows about the wage-cuts and lay-offs that took place in the departments under the es-
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