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Chl enso Journal. Xo Plnce Like It. The artist -nas of th impresilonlst school. Ho had Just Blven tho last touches to a purplo and Wue canvas when his wife came Into his studio. "My dear." said he, "this Is the land scape I wanted you to suggest a title for." "Why not call It TIome'7' she. said, after a lonj; look. " 'Home'? "Why7" "Becauso there I no place like It," lhe replied. ralnfnl. A maiden, who lived up In OIoucstr, Felt 10 bad to have, people acoucester That when a youns man Bald: "How are jou, Nan?" She aa!d she had pains all acroucester. Houston Post. o noon koii miunr. , Tount nrern: "Ar lli.r purr ranarlc??" bw. Dealer (confidentially): "Yus, sir. I raised Uicm i?S froin canarj' seed." Run DOTra. nicks: "What's the matter with your neck7" r WIctai "Btle." Hicks: "Boll, hT WJcks: "Noj bile. Automo." Pklladel phla Ledser. Uncle men's Wit. "3Iebbe de world otci ou a Ilvln," aid Undo Eben, "but It ain't cwlno to run no delivery wagon to pave you do trouble of collection "Washington Star. Jnst I'tke n A nmnn. Husband: "My dear, did you notice that gentleman who Just eot off th car" Wife: "Do you mean that dark, heivy set man in the light gray suit, brown derby hat and low tan shoes, wearing a, turndown collar with a narrow black tie and diamond oln. carrying a book and a pilk umbrella with a heavy gqld-mounted handle?" Husband: "T-s. I gueus " Wife: "No. I didn't notice him. Why?" Kennebec (Me.) Journal. He: "Don't you think Miss Buddlngton has rather a lvld Imagination"' She. "Yes. Indeed Why, she actually Imagines she can sing" ObllclnC I-d. He had been calling four yeant. At last It seemed as If the Inevitable moment had arrived. ."is lie stood In the vestibule, pale and nervous, he was confronted by her little brother. The lad had nn Icepick. "What Is thnt for?" gasped the young man. "For you," responded the boy. "Sister said at supper she thought you would break tho Ice to-night, and I didn't want jou to ait vour Angers." From somewhere In the distance a cuckoo clock calld the fatal hour, and all wa still. Baltimore Herald. A Mnder of Oroernphr. Representative Hpatwole of Minnesota was asked by a friend about a mutual ac quaintance who lives in the Congress man's district. v-uiigreM "Is he rich?" was one query. "Well, that depends on geography." .aid Mr. Heatwole. "Out at home we consider him very rich. Ho Is worth about a mil lion dollars. If he lived In Nejw jfr,.r i suppose he would be thought fairly well-to-do while tf h Uvea in New. Tork f0,ka would be dropping dollars la hla hat." Collier's Weekly. "W should be thankful. prof!"r, that we are not IlTlng In the days when Inns cent people were broktn on the wheel and Projrreas. "So you are going to put a new food on the market?" "Yes." answered the .bustling business man. "What Is It made of?" "Haven't gotten as far as that yet. But we havo Its name selected and tho adver tisements written." Washington Star. Ensy to finrs. "Pardon me." said tho seedy-looking man. who was laboring over n. letter-in tho hotel writing-room, "but can you tell me how to spell 'tcmporarllj'?" "Certainly," replied his slirowd neighbor, giving the desired Information, ".ir.d tho other woni is 'c-m-b-a-r-r-a-s-s-c-d.' " Chicago Journal. . , She: "In't It romantic to mike love by the mellow light of the moon?" He: "I'cs. and besides, jour dad can't kick oa the gas bill." In eed. "My dear," said Mr. Noodle, anxiously, "one of the neighbor told me that you were calling for help this afternoon " "Indeod I was." replied Mrs. Noodle. "I called at tho intelligence office." Trom tho Laboratory. "We ought to havo a chemical fire ex tinguisher In the house," said Mrs Mc Fret. "That's an unnecessary expense," nM the young heir apparent. "If a fire should break out, we could sprinkle sister Bosle's hair on It." Cleveland Leader. Dn-narcrou. Blnks: "That long tunnel on the P., D. .5. Q Is a very dangerous place." Jinks: "Why. there hasn't been an acci dent there for year." Binks: "But within the past we-k four young couples have started through It free as air and come out engaged. Color I'nmcntloned. George- "Tou certainly stretched a point when jou told Miss Janders that her cheeks were like roses." Harry: "Well, aren't there yellow ro3es?" Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Hnrd to AnsTrer. Teacher: "If j-our mother bought four baskets of grapes, the dealer's price be ing twentj-tno cents per basket, how much money would the purchase cost her?" Tommy: "Tou rev or kin tcX Ma's great fit beatin' thera hucksters down." "help murder!" IIRB TTME TO WORnT. Marryat: "I tell yon, old man, my expenses are gettlnx so big; rm barely able to make both ends meet." Ascum: "I suppose It worries your wife a good deal." Marryat: "Well, yes, I believe she does worry a good deal whenever she wants n new gown or hat." nttsburg Press. nv rnojtr. Blnks: TX you enjoy life at a summer hotel?" Jinks: "Very much for my wife. Fortunately I can stay at home myself." JTKR NniailDOIM. "Does she go much In society?" "Well, she could not go any other -rnsy. She welgT,, at least tnfl pounds" A1VAT OFF. TVAI.KISO AGIX. mr a n m-Sl III wwm' urn . W "y fe VI jriooE 1 ' Vv- "? 'iV OST The lirute: "What are you thinking of, Mary?" Mary: "I am dreaming of my jouth." ,,- .. . . t. .1. .. I I .!. I . x ni nniit. .kit. tuu riunia mc iar- r-j;u:i i on: Acrc ROC3 Our lavorltc HaP- wm lofik In vour yea." let airaln." a V.Vary: "As I 'he. Mike, de. theatrfcnl rfson is on let again." SSfafe4i&95.-,-fr,sv-vri1 ; tW'.?ii!'A'- .c , rtf . 3.jSTiVjv .it.-.O' - - V -...T '