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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 12, 1912, Image 3

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Daughter (delightedly) And
. did you really consent?
Father Consent! My stars, I
had to ! The man J demanded
your hand like a highwayman
holding up a coach. Consent! I
believe, from the way he looked
and acted, he would have knocked
me down 'if I hadn't.
Daughter Oh. itt 'can't be V
You must have been dreaming.
Why, when he proposed'to me he
treiriBJed so that he could hardly
speak.
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; The Reason- Why.
Towne Did you ever notice
anything funny about "Vvitte's
conversation ?
Browner Funny? I should say
not. There is absolutely no p'oint
in it ,
Towne-r-That's the tfunny part
of it. Haying no point, how is it
that-it'bores so quickly Tit-Bits.
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A. Squeeze Play.'
LET ER RIP
'By I. M- Hot
(To the 'tune of "Dixie.")
It's goin' to rain !
It's goin' to rain !
And it's going to rain like blazes,
But I don't mind it, you can bet,
'Cause, this dern weather makes
me sweat,
So let it pour, r
I won't get sore,
If the heat it onlyjchases.
I would like the weather man to
know - -I
wouldn't mind if it would snow,
Because J hate -To
loose this-weight
That I'm losing.now in sweat.
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Pat What does ; discretion
mean ?.
Mike Pickin''a smaller man
than what ye be when you'ret
lookin' fur,troubtet ,
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