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BATVRDAY SEPT. 2. 1905.
k PBACTTCAi POTNTS POB BOT8 WITH AXBITIOS A2TD OINTTJ& Desertptlon of the -Mtv?r Dovetall"? Drawera aa Xade axjd TJsed by Cablnat Mafcere. BY M&klng h fCc; J'i?rfc B n^wl**.] in Fig ia ? ? rr i* lllu-^trat J thcK-^? ai ' -at the )o4nt phows a> mltered corner ^n'y !n aJ1. powt N*ing ' . or edfea of the work, | and | ,a s?. cuied with ai_ mlterel joir-.t vVfci cated and requirfa tai m ita con atrurtion to be u*e1 in practire aa a Joint for g*?n-*Tsl work w? 111 ea lt h*r r ol th* many way* ;n whio. I ajr b made. and also for fle hep of a who may wiah to l * r -nake thia dortrall the n!ee*e ta he Jolned ar? Irat t, aa ahown at A in V u 1 | .g ? projection of \ iacb ln lenath. H inch ln thickne--8 on the end of each FIG pleee, after which tn< are mark^d out tr. -u*l way. aa :i at 8 The ? -arked on the two ou*sid< tenona, an 1 on the two out i l muat tw cut with . *-lan*ular Une ln*t?ad of the ua ?al rl ht aJazK All inaide morti^e* and t-?nena sr. cut out at r.ght anglet to .oe in the aame way as ' for the drawer front. ef ld# ll >v?-tall, ahown ln K;. B \k by Mi lnch projection ?? ca~efu! with a sharp ( ?na<> angle aa the corner tenuus and n> n Thls Ia lllurtrated ln 1 In the abov-p d^a r ption o* all, the lerm ,*mlter~ may not he uoderafoo.l by m::ny A m:t-red f*orner ia a corner or Jcint connection r>aV at an ang?e of 45 degrees aa ahown at A ln Klg. I of the coaimoo Jolnt <sll pio rw ahown at B, ln which wjod of one of the piecee i.- I at C. The m!tt.ei i r.* es earv wh: n :. 1 ratiTe purpeees of all kioda. and alao for pertnre aad gtaae framea. in which caae th? ruol liug?after being aawed to the mlter ang'e and nttcd?la called wttb long afcadei wlre bra.'s from tne two opaoeate aidea of the corner a. BHstrated la Ptg. 10*. the two bradn betng eo drr*<*c aa to paae wl atrOrtaf eaeb. other Wben graaa atrength and Hr.eae are reqaired la a mttered oorner uaed i for arty pnrpoae. the Jornt ahonld be | doweled. aa ahown In the frame illus I treted ln F?g 107. aad wbeu la uaed for the aidea and ende of a box R la cnatofnary to eut a small rrr 331 i grewe wtth a aaw to a depth of an lncb into eech piece. aa shown ln Pig Thhs Rronvm. (ff. 9%w fcerf ?at riirbt antfiee tc the face of the mlter a* ebowa ln th at A. and la oever wtder thar, by the atw need, vai 3K of an inoh. nc the greetaet r ? -> cut etoee to th*> ir. aa ahown ln F1? ;- gToove | ar ot called a ? la !n?erte-. The grarn of the wood in the tonfrv ?mtnK ahviy* nin eroaawlae, or at angk?a to the mlter. otherwlae it woulc rpltt from eod to end tnd releaae tb? two onnn- | ,ee? of the n, To 121u?ra*' g tongue, to fls in two grooves each a^ inch deep woulci be i; luch long (lengthwlse ol the gra:ni. and may tx> wldtr of the joht. or it may be composed ol aeveral diatlnct piecea. Drawera. Before teavln? the dov^tMl we tO doaeribe and illuatrato th.* d*-awere aa made tnd uaed by cab!r.et-makera for tablea and caae work of all klnda Such a drawer is ahown in F1* and in thia caae the pie~e formlng the front of tbe drawe: ..ches long and ?*> lnchea v . The si/c of this drawer from fronl J. '1-rrceT r A BaeAr 9uU. Sarf. B. ' to hack b ength ot the i tha front la tho i> drawer. v. n.m front to hack n drawer, ?o that o?ir drawer i? 11; iiR-hea long. 19 Inchea wlde and 6 inchea de* . hope that theee >na mey be remem bered in ordee to prevt-r on ln our futuro work. The groove for the drawer bottom i3 always H inch up from the lower edgea of the otooo and front, except ln vtry amall drawera. an It la % Iwh wlde and V4 inch deep, while in the front it ia % inch deep. The back of the drawer ia always ^4 inch below th- odgea of the drawer aldea, aa ahown at A ln Flu. llu. The drawer bottom la alwaya made to tfMe into tho grooveo under the lower edge of the drawer back ao that tho hack will ln al) < aaea be 1 t&ch narower ihan the drawer front At A ln Fig. 110 la ahown a croaa tection cut throngh the drawer from front to baok, ahowtng the relative poaJUona of tha drawer front, back and botton. and at B a eectloa cut through the drawer lengihwiae from ITQe to 118*. arfu ahowlng ffce li aad the bottom. Tbe grain ot wood in the drewar bottom ouet al waya run Ung4hwl?e tfrom alde to dde) of the drawer, wltbout rvgari f> Ua alce or ehape, otherwlee it wou.d ahrtuk out of tbe groovea in the draw^r sidea. or if expande.'. ? ture rt woukd preaa *o har dr&wer ??idee as tr poaltlon and blnd the drawer s:> firmly ln ita caae that It could not be re moved. THE MAPLE SIRUP SUPPLY. Gradually Growiag Smaller ? So:aa Vaiuable Suggeationa for Sugor Makera. The demand for a geotrine ?o, 1 artlcle of maple sirup ia gr greater each ycar, aad rt wlL tini^ to gfow in the future becauae the supply wjl! grow each year. caused by the decline of map^e The man who haa a nJce thrtf? | Farmer. bas something that will be the eouroe of a.? inuch revenue for the ? meth ^d and c exeeution The time . - paat when slipehod metboda wiU jro ln making maple atrap, The man that will micoeed in tl muat adopt tip-to-date methoda. and aboTe all els?e be stri, at al waya and under a;i circumstanoaa furni*hlns exactry wbat he rcpro aent.- ?>e, aucceg^fui sugar maker wiU ln the futiir. - own prlvnte eua ? . and aa maple sirup ia a lu\ ? makiux ?. make a flithy, dark it lt up tn an unaUractK r. jt eeaaea to be luxury. and we ar? led to * rlee ness. cleanrmeee aad autrkn^ea of dlspatch aud riles that must ? exe we muet have a good augar hoaae, a good aup; i well pelnt* and out; if metal. paintvd on the outside, and at all tlmee the veewla thlntt be k?>; iter. People uae.1 m maple alrup to be pupo ntaat be dark ln and have a at :>ut 1 am glad tg say that thia 1s far from ?e every meana no**-: make tt aa light tn coior anT ndtd in' taate aa lt can be made. and within ucr power to theae thlnga. When -=ugar making oomee we have our work arranged ao that we can devot< '.nve lo it, aap begtux r. we are readj hour we . . ; nta we are addlng to its ootar, and atrongneee to ;ta flavor We make rt a ruke to hauHng and ervaporatlng whenever ??'?> oontaln from a quart to a haJf ?jall<;n. We ai.*> aid .-^ making t ln oo*or hy evaj>oratlng lt aa quk-kly aa poa#ible. and thia part of the work 1 look after mywelf, *? the automatlc fetnl ao that lt will the weter in the evaporator Juat aa ebalkrw aa U poaeibte to koep lt with out burnlng. Ry thia method we are enabled to evaporate much more than if th?? water waa ke;>< ? tbe pana. l>e cauae the ateam bi rm at the bottom of the water. and if it la too deep they burat before coniing to the aurface and the work la to do over agaln. while. on the other hand. if lt la ahallow they come :rface hefore bursting, the ateam escapea and the evaporatlng goea on rapldly We uae a sacchar teat our alrup. and take it dn from the evaporoator. welghlng eleven pounda to the gallon. and flit through feit or flannel to roniuve the aillcia; put it tn attractive packagee and asl direct to ? only tl hOTe not been able in th> :nake enough to aupply all our or : Red Halr m Hiatory. There never haa been an important revolT :i red balred peraon in-tltnatel aad, ?f not ta r. 'Neaxly all the grea; reformer*i or foundera of religlona had red hair; hiatory men tloas that Mohammed waa a red-haired man. Klng David waa rnddy. Louia XIV waa a eandy-halred man with many of the characteriacic pecurtariti.-.s of the type. Cleopatra ia called *th? red-haired Oreek.' Mary. Queen of Soota. had red hair, and Prlnce Charlea reeembied her in cok>ring. Lucreaia Borglo look.4 in her portraita aomewhat auburn. Queen Kllzabeth waa of de> ?? hleh will ^uit both her admirer* und her detractora." Impreased, "Uacaa H??>kiah aaya college sto denta areof sotue .:?*-. aiterall " "Indeed! 1>: ;Nrough the ool lege on a tour gattonT" :ch hotol where they ? odenta aa waitera" cago Daily Newe. Cause and Effect. "Kxruse mo madan;." aaid the pollti bobo, "but 1 crave your aaaiatance. The lron bas entered my soul." "Tnat," replie.l the lcy-hearted lady, "ia douhUesx whjr you Jook ao rusay." And ahe ala: olum >ua DiapaKh 9 B?na.t.ve. Wife~I had to dlacharg* the cook to* day. Huaban ?'. "She go: 'Tender-l. ..?1 she actually refuaed to boat the egga or whip the cream."? Coooeil's Not to Be Loat. He?I thrmght they werets't golng to bo married unfll tbe autumn? 8he? Yea; but they changed thelr mlnda su idenly and were nnited yee terday. You happened to hear of a goo? sorvant out of a place. and they wantel to oaouo her.?Caa BEES ON A CITY ROOF. Btory of a Coceeerfally Condnetad Aplary in th# Heart of the City of Boaton. How many peopto ?tnow that there ; la an extenatve bee far:n on the roof ! of a four-atory man uf acturing bulld ing in the very heart of the city of Boetoc? Thia ta the caae, ho-vevec. and no toea than 50 cok>nie6 were in uae1 "when the aplary was vis.ted a few daya ago hy a repreW. ntative of the Boaton Gk>be. The owner of the beea la Mr. P. H. Parmer. and the aplary la attuated on the roof of hia bvlldW. on Frieni < Mr Farmer la an ?ntbualaaUc bee-keeper, and haa another aplary on hia farm at Littletoc Farmer faeda fcVs beea oc rrogar whlch ia prepared for them ln the form of a sirup Tho roof of Mr. Farmer's eetab liahment la covered with btve* of dif BOS'PON R<> AFIART ? charac: 1 that beea make a fairly strongo. and at this rate tn< 30 hivea in thia ? The hurrylng rowde on F Btreet kiiow nothin -rreat army of tho?w? btt: .eecta aaillng through the air ma-y faet abcw. Man m are uaed by K?ep them in tbelr plant biosaoms, whlch tbe beea acco*. carryiug pol? len fn another. ?ablee will not ? ln thia manner. 1 iee ts j unwiuingly, however. The bees <?ek the hloaaoma arch of Bettar and pollen for tbelr own uae. 'wo atoxn acha. T ? from a bloasom goea lnto tbe tirst stomach, and la there partly trana .oney What la needed for immediate ? to auatain the 1. ? paaaea on to the m and i? takes lnto The reet ia glven up and packed away in .- of the houey comb. Tbe pollen la in little baaketa attached t > the Iega of the beea, and ln fly; flowar to of fhia pollen ia apllled from the baaketa aad fhe work of llxation ia accompllahed. It ia well nndc I oov that the teea do all the vork of honey gatherinK. Tbare are odty a few hun dred dronea or male beea to a hive. and at tbt rhe seaaon they are driven out to die, only the worklng beea and queetia remalalng througb the wlnter. In tr.e aprins the queen begina to lay eggs at a wonderfnl rate. aome timea produolng aeveral tlmetf her own weight ln eggs in a single day. She haa the power of laying aaa female egga at will and keepa them aeparate. The idea that the queen dlrect-i all the activltlee of the hiw1 and ru'es tbe oolony with an Iron hand. to apeak flgurailvely, ia or roneoua. The q- >,,t a ruler; ahe la aimply an ege iayer, but aa ahe laya all tl- r the oolony it ia necee aary that in the beat ot condltion. and for that reason the other be?- bor with great con aideratlon. feed her, coddle her and make her ttfi a.- oaay aa poeslble There is a widespread belief that 1 and that even r - are artiflclal-in fact. atatementa to thia effect are frequent ly aeen ln prlnt. Aa a matter of fact. auch a thing aa an artiflclal comb ia never eold, for tbe reaaon that no auch comb has ever been inventcd that the beea wi'.l rnake oae of. It ia a oomrcon practice to place ready-ma i :ations ln the hlve for the l>eea to flll with honey, but they invariably are made from pure beea ie ln the firat y>eea work it over care fuiiy h toea fmtof tho eallo with honey. FOWt HINTS. hena la llkely to make them qaarrel *>rrj*. Wh- ? -ial ln tbe neata la changed. the ,id atuff had beet be burned. Look OQ* for lice and get after them promptly and > igoroualy. They multi ply very faet theae varm daya and nigbts. make ltfe a burden for the poultry. cnt : wn the egg yield and retard the gr >wth aicka. Sxaoke em iarm and iloma Solved It. "Womaa," saJd the very young man, prarulaxly. "i? a aaare and a delu ?"Which may aocouat for the fact " breathed the gUrl mean:ngly, "why saa: are ao prome to hug their deluaioaa."? Qevaland Leader. Korah'a Irapreaslon. Mra. McJonea (looking at caller'i card)?"Mr. Kleeae-G&wn." I wonder what he wanta! Norah?lb , aked f'r yoa. menv but I think he'a wantin' Mlaa Eaniereida.? Cfcicago Trlhuna. SnJightenuent. Crewford- Your aon doeant aeem tc be v? olu Roekaey?Pcrhapa tt'a better ao. He mlght gr. w up to deapiea the way I made mr m;iney.?T TO AVOID CETTJNG STUNO. ftoma Hlnta aa to the Proper and Saia Way of Handllngr tha i Buay Bee. A gr-at many people are atocg ihrough th<?ir >wn carelesaneoa. I ofteu ? have aeen beekter^ra while I waaahow. ' ing iheni beea. atand directly ln front of the hivea, and l t aeem to tblnk they were dolng ar.ything wrong tlll the ' ???? remi: | that they were ln the way i ing them, aaya a oorresiondent iu Farmer %**d Breeder. If you want to obeerve the beea, alwaya atand directly behind the ! hive. then you aeldom get atung in at- ! tempting to open the hlve, Thia ia on- j noeeeeary. for ff you go gently and looa-! en the oove?- without Jarring the hrvea, or lta tnxnatee you w?U aeldom earer get! afin*. I It ls alwaya best to bave a Hghted amoker with you when openlng htvea,! bvt the uae of too much amoke often j aakes beea ating. Of cooree, where' there haa been robblng golng on ln the. yard amoke ia neceeeary, for tbeae rob-' bera will pounoe onto the bees juat aa acon aa you rai- r. and ln tlmea 11 ke thia you had tetter poetpone open- j ln* tho hiva r 111 robbing haa aubeided, | Then. again. I oottea that very manyj people hold comba too near their facea. I Thia la had policy. Alwaya hcrtd the! comb abov? >>r Ootow your breath, for lt. you breathe on them they get anary at! 09|ea. Then, agaln. when you 11ft out a' oomb alwaya be oareful not to cruah auy ' bea. for lf you do it will rauae them to! ating you rlght away. Some bee keep era uae a wet towel and lay over the framee of a hlre when they want I amlne ihe framee. Thia ls effectual ln *; them from tho top bara of tha frazne - k out when yon take !t! off. Th*>y are ; flght. and the ohancea are you will get atung before ' you cloae the Some people always get stung when' near bee?. Thls ia througt the soent of their i>.Klie?. v bees are qalck to dlaooTf-r Their sense of ani ables them to dtstingulah any d) scent and what l* m iklcgthey .' with a Htlna. Then axaln beea aeem to ? ? ? ;>eraon itwlllrouaethe anger ? a, Thetr siKht la rtry f chickena runnfhg anu.iui the Peehivea. aome loeft, and the white onea oan stay anywhere arouod th*. entran oea, but the hlaok onea are aoon drlven away by the J<e-a Again, sonie ck*thing Irritatea the beea worse than othere. Anyihln? that haa a KMOja surfaoe will a.'itrry I have many tlmea had pe. , a> croea their beea were. aaylnn they ating them throuKh a h?a\y Puckakln glovo. Now itiiiv. ' ry worat to uae among bees. The olled v isthe Diceast u are afraid of getting your handa atung. DOUBLE POULTRY HOUSE. The Advantage V?*hieh Such an A? rangement Offers Over the Single Houm. There ia more or leaa demand for double poultry hotMea or thoae bullt on such a plan that th?*y may be extended lt( ly Thoae wautinK such a plan will And aomethlng wbich will doubtleaa be auggeetlve ln the aecom panylng plan. The aheda are ahown at both eo<Jj and the rooatlng rooma ln Q 3 2 Nl x B B gkoi n u n..\> the middie. This plan permits of any Diunber of auch houiee witl The 8cratching aheda are ahown at A; rooattag peaa ai B; a, laadioortetfca acratchinK ahed, b. a dOOf *rom the' acratohing ahed Mal ing pen; I C wlndow; d, oflaet for drln'tlng vea-j aela; e. rooat; f. sn'.all do<ir into yard; g, gate Into yard. T double yard of tMa J;lnd. explaii Prairle Farmer. ls that crops may be grovn tn one while the other yard ia being pastured down. Palnt the Intertor Of the henbouae with Portland cemeot and sklra milk. ftUlng ail cracka U it will help check the rr.i A? hen la an everlaatlng eater. She paya weli for good feed. For poor, acanty feed she pay* nothiag?W. W M. How the Cooineae Siarted. Reggy?l wondah what makea Mrs Fewcaah She awaka me to walk on the aveivooevery day now. Percy?It'a your face that doea lt, deah boy. Reggy?Do you weally think ao? Percy?No doubt about lt, bah Jove! It'e the faahion to be attended by a bull pup, ye know, and aoe cawn't afford the real artlcle. don't ye see?~Chicagu Suu. ,THE CARE OF THE TEETH. Children Should Be Taught the Nlca tiea of the Toilet from Their Earlieat Years. - Children should be taught to uae a tootfcbru3h a^d sonoe good oectrtflce and eapecially be fore golng to b*d at night. There are few thins- "Tensiire to the slgbt than a foul. nt-Kl*. fc, and few things eai If proptr care ia glven the teeth. Oue of the cheapeat and moat effective dentriflcea i* mon tabie aalt. diaaolved in a ltttl ter, and If uaed with a g-od brush regu larly. very \.llbe needed. There are many toothsoapaon the mar ket. at reaaonable prlcee, and many of them are very gDOd, but often they are harruful. and it ia aa weli to make one'a own dentrlfli ? gunia are tender and inciined to bleed eaail: lect a brush adapted to tlieir tender oondition. an<! cive them ex ceesive frictioc Y ur dentiat will tell for hardenicg the larming them. A great many annot uae a hard brush. 0th soap U madeof pre pared chalk aix parta and good, pure aoap. thor d pmrsio* atone. cuttle-fish and similar aub ?taseea are aot readily aoluble in the mouth. hi. re harm than good.'i ' -heddown ward : .per teeth ?h sudea on the low ?r teeth. aad reU rinsed with a almple aolution and powdered ' vaterand tabl. A bit i\ flosa. should be run betw^ru the ^pth in or<:er to remore any dt^osit which haa eacaped the brush. If childreo wen tauurht theae little r ? irlleat yeara. the habit would become flxed. and they would not thlck they could neglect thia important duty ol cleanll. of the mouth. For Neck and Sbouldera. Phyaleal c-.il ^H fl?. rek>p the mueele*. Ba'hing with cold water lnto whlch a lltt. :, haa been drop ^ at the aame time -uulate. No Appar?nt Danger. *"MI ralda may I ask if yrwn *a object lo my coming to eet you?" 'Why. v.r Baahk .ne ao ael dom : nk they know any thing abaa( uer after that?Chicagc Tribune. A Remembered Correction. auaa, my leg hurts," complalned a llttle virl. "Don't aay le^. dear," corr< mamma; "aay llmh." Two daya 1:. girl wenl r mamma and sald. "Mamma. m> limb hurts vhara my leg uaed to be.*, ?Judge. Waa Looking for It ? 8? Ul <-n a ?uy Rnl>- ruith hia euy ;> aa bl? aa ? bu HER OBJECTION. She?How dare you attempt to klat m?\ >:vn I see that mlrroi there. placed s.> that they can aee ua in the next room!?Ally Sloper Oalookere. 8cm* men *l;i> -orworfc 8>em to ln Ia quII their t'.ma In n.. . .; ii. Begtnning Early. Vlaitor (admiring the new baby)? ;.o vvry iinase of hls fa: V.i 1 act.-; just ltke' him, tco. . an; he keeps me ':r. nearly every night.?Cinclnnat. qulrer. One Woman'a Wiadom. "AJoo!" *roaned the ils^duraged hua band. "1 am u .... and isn't a tl. on to eat, What are v. ',. I know!" exclalmed his wlfe, who had a "We'll take ln boarder.j."?Chicago Newa Why Ee Inaiated. "But why does he wlah you to appoai (horua?" I saya he cannot afford to buy any iea for the pie o " .at BOl io ,1?, artto it?" ? says he ia -hort on kv.g dreoooi an ! iUca on ohofft droe*M.M< Poei. At the Play. ? finds out dot tg to her ahe ia ao gouhheensb.ua dot she glfs lt all aa. Iaaaca?Vot a plty ahe couldn't gom liae uiit her gunacieuce for : cendia on What She'd Do Misa Screacher (who la ambltloua)? Now, what oouree would you puraue if you had a vokse ltke mine? Miaa Peppur (who la critlcal)?WelV dear. I'd try to be resigned and make1 the best of thinga, I th.nk? Clevciand Leader. Handy Xnowledge. Oirroll?Hello, oid man. Do yon hare mnefc trouble giving your tainted money eway? Beafwad?Yea; I have to uae aecret methoda. Oilroll?Sodol However. there'sone thtng tbat's fortunatc for ua both. Beefwad?Whefa that? Ollroll?We learr-e* a thlng or two about aecret methoda in accumulating the dern atuft?Cbksago Sun. Deeollete. *"How doea It happen that Haxdt rab bte Im broke all the tinv "People aay that hia wife puts every thlng on her own back." 'That's a miatake. though ahe may put it all ln her traln; I aaw her at the ball laat night and her back waa practlcally bares but ?t* had a traln two or three yard* Iock ?- liouaton Poa't. Married Life, Nordy?? 1 i man. yon look Butta?Yes: ny wife"a away for the Ittffli: y dog! Mlne isn't? JournaL A Tru* Poct. IV*e<V th* ??.?. nlcht-atrslnc cat! with aho r a* that DIFFEEENCE. p$? Sto' what do yrju mean? You t the water at the end of the pier w a? only up to my neck, and m<v 1 sald up to my neck" wa Troa. wrave - *i*w;* ? Haa Someth:r.g to Look Up To. ..-> i Ight lucbes ahorter than hia wife. "1 auppoae he doean't Iike lt well doea he?" "uh. ri?- doeyn't mlnd lt much. H* aaya ht prefem to take hia h Iclam that way.*"?Xanaaa Clty Drovera T? lagjam Unfaundad. "They aay." aald Mra. Oldcaatle, "that ahe married him under a miaapprehen "Uh. aO ihe Mln't '? rvplleri b?r hoat eaa. *I aeen th- Mngmya. waa under a bell made of some kind of flowera."?Chlcago Reeord H? ral Impudent Professionals. Mra. Squllla?The doetOf ha* ser.t ln tfcat bill again: it'a th?- fourth or flfth oay it. oyalila?WaU, ~??*?*! mpudenee! NauC talag Qm ] " be wantin' pay toa. Tbe One Oceaaion. ivagaon Tattera. "did yer ? r aiipeti1 1 did " replied Hungry ??*e Kev me a good ?quaxe meai 04 r 15 utes a: .dn'tcare: . ?? ill." ?Philadelphla Presa. ?eaa:d* Expedienta, Madge? 1 golng to aend Qoorfl that letter after making thoar ots on ihe popor Marjorie?Gf courae. you atttie gooae. ril Juat draw clrcles around them and tell him they are klaaee.?Puck. Faahioiable Term. "McBluff ia suffericg with rheuma tiam, I hear." he ian't aufferlnp He's got it, but he'a quite proud and happy. Hia ?oetoc calla Jt gout.' ?*?Philadelphia l*r? ajaj Merely That Jeck?Why are aaag consultlng the iry ? i thMight you knew how Tora?I do. I am not looking for ation. faejt for corrol>oration._ The Summer Oirl. "Tn a certain extent. ahe remlnda me ?f tftu "Indeed? In what wayT*" "Sh ;n pluralengagemeata." ?Pu The Llmit. Moll j a fool! Dolly?What kind of a fool. Kind that would aay "Thank you" for a klsa ?Cleveland Buay Tarking at Home. Yea~ -ur artlata we eee on the atage are men, aren't they? Yea. the wornen mon ologue artisra are all kept busy at home ? Yonke; ,aD The Oppoaite. I she tell you you rcight bope?" "ln : - 'mised to raarry you, eh?"?Houa tulJ 1 True Love Her? My un. le in Texaa who dled laat week left me $50,000. Him?And I, alaa! am but a poor clerk on a aalary of $10 a week. Her? v.vii, what of that? Would you let my wealth aeparale ua? Him?Not ao anyone enejld notlce it Darling, come to my arma. I would atranglo my prlde and marry yoo had the old gent left you twlce as much.? Clncinnati Enqulrer. I