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,SHOULD BE GOOD MATCH
Denver, Colo., Oct. 17. Now
that the Boston Red Sox have
trailed the New York's colors in
-the dust, the Denver Chamber of
'Commerce wants to. arrange a se
ries of five games between the
;Bostonians arid the Denver West
ern League club President Yet
Iter, of the Chamber, today tele
graphed President McAleer of
'Boston, Urging such a series. The
cDenver team recently trimmed
Hhe American Association champs
"in a post series.
J "You must have company at
"What makes you think so?"
" "I see a number of strangers
sitting around on your front
j'porch every day."
' "Oh, those are collectors."
,A burglary had been com-
"irfftted and the detective was
seeking clues about the supposed
culprit. ' -
The informer went on:
t "Tall, fair hair, blue eyes, a
" The detective interrupted
with: "Hopeless, hopeless; a I
Roman nose never turns up."
A voman who had a parrot
went out of town. Before leaving
she told the parrot if a coal man
came to order a ton of coal and
tell him to put it in the cellar. She
then went, and there soon came k
knock at the doof to which the
parrot said: "A ton of coal and
put it in the cellar, please."
The coal was put in, and after
Ward there came another knock,
and the same order was given.
There came several more knocks,
and each time the same order was
given. When the woman came
back she was horrified to see the
cellar and yard full of coal. She
went straight to the parrot and
thrashed it till all the feathers
came off its head. About a week
afterward the woman held a
party and she took the parrot in
to the room. The last guest was a
sturdy old man who was bald.
When he took his hat off the par
rot noticed it and said: "Here's
another poor beggar that's been
Boss There's ten dollars gone
from my cash drawer, Johnny.
You and 1 were the only people
who had keys to that drawer.
Office Boy Well, suppose we
each pay five dollars and say no
more about it?
If troubled with sleeplessness
try putting a bag or bottlcof very
hot water on the stomach and
place the hands on the bottle. The
heat takes the blood from the
head, cluiets the brain and induces
i sleep. j