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Expounding Ibsen's Plays.
I Count Tolstoi's sense of humor still
I rontinucB to exist. Ono day lie was
I discussing Ibsen with a friend. Said
B the latter: "I have seen a great many
I of lbstn's plays, but I cannot sa that
B I understand them. Do jou?" Tolstoi
' Bmilod and replied: "Ibsen doesn't
I understand them himself. He just
H writes them and sits down and waits.
ft After a whilo his expounders and ox-
If plalnors come and tell him piocjsoly
I what he meant."
The State of Love.
It Is all a mistako that you can't
understand girls, because It Is very
3lmple. For example, like this: If
sho thinks you love her enough to die
tor her, sho won't bo satisfied until
you do, and she won't bo sorry until
she is satisfied, as she hates to see you
burled when sho loves you, but it
can't bo holped; and If sho thinks you
must give hor a black eyd to show b,er
that you aro in love wth her, then
yon must. Exchange.
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Moses Well Known Down Here.
Small girl In bed, lining read to
by an eldT cousin. Small girl
When I die shall I go to heaven, Mary?
Mary Oh, yes, If you are a good
Small girl I want to see Moses
I shill tell him I heard a lot about
him down here.
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Mallnda and the Cardinal.
Ono of tho after-dinner stories float
ing about the Hamptons, apropos of
Cardinal Gibbons' visit, rejatps to a
colored girl who onco liad a place In
tho cardinal's household In '"Baltimore. "
"Sho came to, me," said the' woman""
who told the story, "with a most flat
tering letter .of recommendation. I kW
held her off until I got into communi
cation with another member of tho 8
rectory service. 'Mallndy was a fino J
girl, all right,' was the response I I
heard, 'and wo couldn't And much I
fault with her. But, you see, wo had
to let her go, for, do what wo would,
we couldn't keep her, when sho want- J
ed to rig herself up In extra style,
from wearing tho cardinal's red silk
stockings.' " New York Sun.
j 77ft 'ss Colia Sharp
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