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oam WtHG To kwow
-for DER. COWIC "BATH '
A WONDERFUL PLACE
A farmer who had gone to London
for th first time was walking along
Ihe Strand. He was filling his pipe
Iwhen a match boy came up to him
Lwith his usual "Lights, sir?"
.v The farmer took the box from the
.boy, extracted a match, lit his pipe,
and handed the box back to the as
tonished lad, passing on with the re
1 "Lor! "What a wonderful place Lon
don is, to be sure!"
2, O-lo 1
A PRIZE SERVANT
A certain kind of blunder is sup
sipsed to be characteristically Hiber
mian, yet this story is told of a
frenchman. Prince Talleyrand was
.'Muddenlv wakened one night bv the
:'discharg& of a pistoL Seeing his valet
i in his anartment. he asked what the
I ? Rouble was.
i.$tL "Your highness," replied the man,
"there was a mouse in the room.'and,
i Ifearing It might disturb your slumber,
new york. poits sertenly has a
feerce time, dont they
if they rite the kind of poitry that
they can sell, pepel say they ain't got
no artistick ideels, and if they stick
to their artistick ideels, they dont eat
at least not often enough so they
will win any fat man's gold medals
speekin of which, I herd a comikel
storey about a poor poit the uther day
he went into a publishin offls, and
while he was setting in the outside
room waiting for the editer to get
through with his after-dinner nap,
sumboddy in the street hollered "fire"
evryboddy in the place run out
doors, even the editer woke up
bimeby the excitment was over,
and they all come back
f of corse the poit he ran out too
the poit he begun lookin all around
in the offls where he had been settin,
and the offls boy asked him had he
yes, ansered the poit, lookin very
sad, I had a packidge of poems, and
i left them in here, and now they
seem to be gone
well, says the bffis boy, you can
rite them over again, cant you
o yes, the poit replys, that part of
it is all rite, but there was a ham
sandwitch wrapped up in them
EH? VODKA CAPACITY? '
"Father, what is the Prussian
"Rye bread and beer. Be quiet
now, will you?" Buffalo Express.
AND TO SPARE!
Jack I was just admiring Mabel's
hair. How pretty it is!
Mabel's Rival Oh. she has some
I ahot it."
prettier than that!