The barber's trade is everywhere reoognized as honorable, but The Commercial Bulletin tells a story of one man who had peculiar reasons for magnifying hia offico. There was once a hairdresser in Boston who numbered among nis patrons many gentlemen of the medical profeseion. One day, when operating upon one of them, he broke forth in great glee : "Vat yon dink, dogtor? I haf been to dot hospital, und vhile I vait to go np und cut a man 'a hair I see marple busts of de dogtors. Dere was Dogtor Storer und dere vas Dogtor Peegelow mit de vig I dress for hini dese dwenty years, in marple. Dink of dot ! Von of my vigs in marple!"