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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1912, Image 4

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CROWN PRINCE'S OWN PRIVATE GYM FOR OLYMPIC
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Special Photograph Taken in Sweden for The Day Book.
The Olympic tennis championship will he settled on the floor
of Crown Prince Gustav Adolph's private gymnasium, a view of
wliich is shown above. The wrestling matches, wrestling bouts and
gymnastic exercises will also he held in this building.
WHAT SHE .FOUND
A certain woman recently had
occasion-to leave the city fofa
few days. After arriving she re
called that she had dropped a $50
check upon the dining room rug,
so:she wrote the hired girl as fol
lows r "Let me know if you find
anything on the dining room
nig." A day or two' later she re
ceived this reply:
' "Dear Madam, I was to let you
know if I found anything in the"
dining room. - This? is-whatj
found this morning: 15 empty
beer bottles, five empty wine bot
tles, 12 cigar stubs, 10 cigarette
stubs, 63 blue and red poker
chips, a dime and a blue plush
slipper."
Daniel White of Elmsford,
N. Y., tried1 to start a balky mule
by applying ammonia fumes to
her nose. His two broken ribs
are mending nicely and he can see
fairly good- outof one ye.
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