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Pat was empliyed on. an engi
neering job a few miles out of the
city and was carried to his work by
an express train, which accommo
datingly slowed up near the scene of
his labors. One morning, however,
the train rushed through the cut
without reducing speed, and the su
perintendent of the job looked in vain
for Pat. At last he saw a much-bat
tered Irishman limping -back down
tne ues ana caiiea to mm:
"Hello, Pat! Where did you get
p Pat turned stiffly and waving his
3iand toward the steep embankment
. "AVI oil olnno VtrrraW T if a
"Henry," she murmured, "do you
really love me as much as ever?" ,
- "What a foolish question! Didn't I
iuy an evening paper for you on the
way home " N. Y. World.
"Bo Jong as yon find the cost of
Bjioghigh," Said the friendly adviser,
"why dent yoa and yoar husband be
come vegetarians 7"
"What do yoa mean? asked fhg
"Why, eat only vegetable prod
nets." "CouHrrt ttmk of ft. What Pa
trylu' to do now is to persuade John
to take to beefsteak and quit tryin to
live on Hcpzor and tobacco,"
"This day is the anniversary of the
one on which the ghi I was madly
in love with refused to marry me."
"Is that why you remember it with
"No, that is why I am gving
thanks." Baltimore American.
"Why has your daughter dropped
her hospital work so soon?"
"She found she'd have to nurse
poor patients for two years before
tney entrusted her with any million
aires. So she's going on the stage in
a musical comedy."
DID! CHfl' EVER NOTICE
DAT TH'DIRLS WITH
TH MOST CHEEK DO
THE LEAST BLUSHING