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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 15, 1912, Image 9

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' FROM DIANA'S DIARY
Miss Dillpickles Builds a House After Her Own Design.
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'What Style of Architecture Is That Coptic or Igorrote?"
By Fred Schaefer.
' V.
Just at present a look into our
home at the family around the
evening lamp reminds you of a
called meeting of "bank directors
just before the bank is going to
fail.
We are trying to figure out
whether we can pay for our new
house without mortgaging the
furniture in our old. The new
place is nearly ready and we have
already been congratulated in the
local paper on our "palatial
dwelling on Chow Chow street,
which will be soon ready for oc
cupancy by the owner, Mr.
Briney Dillpickles, the well
known iron molder, and his in
teresting and popular family."
Outwardly we may "be cheerful
and the envy of all, but in our
bosoms we know it is going to be
half rations until we make up for
the "extras" on the house. The
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