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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 21, 1912, Image 22

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of the situation, and then it turn
ed and strolled negligently from
the room and the police station.
Sergeant Mullen was the first'
to speak. He couldn't see very
well from his position on the
chandelier, and he requested to
know if the goat had gone.
"Yes," murmured a faint voice
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from the top of a locker.
"All right," said Mullen, get
ting separated from the chande
lier. "I'm going to find Binder
and Sullivan. They "brought it
here. I might need help. Any
o' you men want to come." -
Several of the men did.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
WELL EVERETT, MY OLD
WOMAN AND I CELEBRATED
OUR TENTH WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY YESTERDAY.
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ALLOW ME TO CONGRATULATE
YOU!! I DEARLY LOVE TO HEAR
A MAN REFER TO HIS WIFE AS
'THE OLD WOMRN'U!
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