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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 13, 1912, Image 14

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managed to hold her long enough
to' ask a fateful question.
"First, I want to explain," an
swered the girl, blushing glor
iously. "At home I am a school
teacher."
"I don't care if you're the queen
of Sheba," interrupted "Windy."
"I came out here to study the
geological formations "
"It don't make any difference
if you came out to locate the
'south pole," broke in "Windy"
Devlin.
""I don't believe in hasty en
gagements "
"Fll convert you," promised
"Windy."
"I I I " faltered the girl.
"Love me," finished "Windy."
"I'll give you six Weeks to get
ready."
Ten minutes later one of the
urchins, sneaking up, found them,
and slipping down to the office
broke up a jack-pot with the won
derful story.
o o -
THE JUNIOR OFFICE BOY.
new york, Njune 13. boo hoo,
boo hoo, bawls a yung lady, run
ning into a poleace station up in
the bronnix
wot is the matter, my dear, ses
the -sargint, cam yourself and
shoot your wad, did somebody
steal your dorg
worsen that, worsen that, she
squawks, o dear
my dear yung lady, ses the po
leaceman, ive got 6 copps all
reddy to go on the trail of the
criminal, but if you dont turn off
the ocean, i cant do no more for
you than bill taft can for the re
publikan party
o sir, she hollers do you think
you kin ketch the villin
' maddam, ses the bull, i am the.
best little Villin ketcher between
sandy hook and yonkers, but first
slip me an earful as to what has
been did to you
i .have' been nicked for my
shiner, that's wot, ses the yung
lady, 3 hours ago i had a dimond
ring worth 100 dollers easy, why
nry goodnes? i hocked it once for
35 and you know what them three
ball gtiysJs"
how did you come to be pried,
loose from your piece of ice, asks
the sargint
we'll, i was, out walking with
a yung feller, 3he ses, and when
i got home i took a slant at my,
mitt and the hoop was gone,
that's at
my dear jprl, ses" the copp, 5
know there is guys up here wot'
would bite your arm off for the
price of a short beer, but i don't
seem to- notis that ydu are man
gled up none
f if you must know, she betters,
hini and me was holdin hands
give Us his name, ses the sar
gint, and we will try to get your
glassware, but lissen to me child,
When you hold hands with any
guy that lives" around here, leave
your joolery to home or wear
gloves
mSfrel -it is always better to
be carefull than sdar at yureself
johny
A writing master usually has a
flourishing business.
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