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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 28, 1912, Image 9

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grand,jury.T On'.its.repo'rt't hinges
the reputation of many men who
nave Deen arawn into tne case.
And some NewYork capers
are usingthe.actipnjofiRqsalsky
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ENTIREFAMILY'USES ONE
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in "fi "''nlhMiil) u' 1
A Filipino Boy Enjoying a
"Weed." This is a Common.
Sight in the Philippines.
Manila, P. I., Feb. 28. It is no
uncommon sight to see a young
ster toddling along beside his
father on the streets of the na
tive quarter of Manila smoking.
Boys and girls both learn to use
the weed and when they are ten
years old, are inveterate smok
ers. In north Luzon, the natives
have no manufactured tobacco
except on state occasions, like
the town fiesta. Their usual
smoke is a long, rolled leaf with
threads around it to make it
"draw."
Sometimes these smokes are a
foot long-. They are so large that
they are frequently suspended
from a rafter of the house, so
that all members of the family
can take a "drag" and some of
these cigars last several weeks.
HIS PROVERB
"There's a proverb that fits
every man."
"What one fits me?"
" 'To whom God gives office he
also gives "brains.' "
"But I have no office."
"Well?" Cleveland Leader.
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He Sure Was Hungry.
"Madam," began the man, re
spectfully, "I am very hungry.
Could you give me a bit of some
thing?" ,
"I will call the dog," the wom
an replied.
"I am hungry enough to eat the
dog," the man said, "but I'd
rather have something else."
Buffalo Express.
Religious.
"Is she of a religious turn of
mind?"
"Very. She never misses a
church supper." Detroit Free
Press.

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