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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1912, Image 16

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DETERMINED GIL.
"No, Annabel Green, I can
not uiarry you. My rich
bachelor 'uncte declares he
will Cut Pie off with a nickel
if I wed without his approv
al' And the young man
with the wqak chin sighed
forlornly.
"Very well," -replied the
determined girl.. "I will go
to your uncle, What is his
address?"
"Don't go,. Annabel," cried
the .youth, "ft would, only
prejudice him ' still more
against me,"
"Yqu mistake my mean
ing, Clarence Frppns," said
the girl. "If I can't marry
you, I will marry your un
cle," Qeve. Plajn-Dealer.
High Finance.
A New York broker was prais
ing Charles W. Morse's ability as
a money raiser.
"They 'tell a story " about
Morse' he chuckled. "Morse
went fo a mifionaire one day and
said:
"Lend me 3 mjjlion. T must
have 3 million for that new deal
of mine."
" 'ofry, Morse,' said the mjl-s
lionaire, 'but Fve only got 2 mij
lidn in ready money" today
"'IS, that ati?' said Morse.
'Well, hand it over then you
can owe me the other million "
t Detroit Free Press.
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Mary had a -little calf. Twas
clad in silk, you know. And every-
you H3set PJMcnce
3JIN TH13 M6RNW
i .HNS
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where that Mary went the calf
was sure to show.
Only Made It Worse.
Harry was taken aut to dinner
for the first time in his life. His
mother .kept him at her side, be
cause his mother is a wise woman.
But he acted like a perfect little
gentleman until the dessert
course Then his mother found
occasion to reproye him.
"Harry 1" sfie exclaimed, in
such a loud whisper that everv
bpdy at the table cQuld bear it,
"what do you mean by wiping
your spoon on your napkin? You
never do that at home!"
"No, mamma," answered Har
ry, in an even louder whisper,
"but at home we always get clean
spoons," Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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