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^r n-j, 19 Say what you will, there's no enjoyment like the en? joyment of the man who gets the point of the funny yarn a little bit late. You will see him giggling to himself all the way home. W. E. HILL IAN NEVER C'->pyri?l*t. 1S33S, by Tin? Chit*?*-*? Tribun?. ?tr if 'K?>t i.?' "What was that? What was that she said to the Httfc fella?" Something really ought to be done about the man who sits next at the musical show and is jag fc little late in getting the jokes. They have to ?ink fa gradually?but, oh, so gradually, and unless frow*5 on heavily he'll expect you to help. : "a ? ' \ -A "Well, peoples, the first hundred years is the hardest, they say! We should worry." Howell is the original comic boy. Just LISTEN to him! Pretty soon he will be saying that Mrs. So-and-So had "everything on out the kitchen sink." Maybe you've guessed it by this time. Yes, Howell is one of those unfortunate jokers who never quite catch up with the current gibe and jest. Two years from now Howell will probably be talking on "Mad Money" and "Finale Hopper." km?. ??-O.^r. -v'i-V Vm 7-Y ? m$ Some people have a sixth sense for being late. Especially when it comes to meeting a friend at lunch time. Anette is like that. On time means nothing in her gay young life?if she gets there some time during the twenty-four hours, well -and good. But if YOIJ dare to be late when meeting Anette ! Oh, gee ! Oh, gosh i Aren't you sorry for the young man with the bald spot and the bottle of tonic? His friends sey it's too late to do anything about i^ but the barber who sold him the tonic allows that it's better late than never. See how energetically he rubs! It looks to as as though he might rub off what hair he still has! -*%' *??'?" w-'^--, jS*\W . .?^^?ag^atat^ im . %r js?aii 7** W4I,,J,*!?? "^T "--V1-1? o* the snappy comeback in time? tea a hard fife. He's always figuring out what he should have told Morns when Morris wanted to push the Pittsburgh deal, or what he should have ?aid to Mrs. RonneHs, provided, etc., etc., etc Cousin Delight Bascomh is awfully conservative, so to speak, about dress. Style may not get to her until it ceases to be style, but on the other hand, why take up anything until time has proved its worth? For instance, if five or tax years from now bobbed hair stands the te-sfc. Cousin Delight will, maybe, bob her hair. ?ffi^tr-??AW ?ri?gie never gets the tunes until a year or so after the/ v 2 jc???!r ?? "5 v<$ry IK-i-B?ar, and then she gets them hai? ??tt d thrmk lier btt?e throat would burst. This morning sbo* cleaning the inside? out of m broiler -and taking "The Lo** Nest1? ob high.