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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 17, 1912, Image 16

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Oh, Horrid Fate!
' "Augh waugh gr-r-r!"
It was the baby, and he had
made similar remarks steadily for,
the last hour. Mr. Newpop's hair
what 'was left of it stood
straight up on end.
"Gwow ahwb wombdgou fil-gaur-r-r!"
remarked the baby
lustily; while the people living
across the way rose from their
beds and closed the windows os
tentatiously. '
Mr. Newpop ground his teeth.
"To think," he murmured wear
ily, "that I should have lived to
become the father of a railway
porter!" Answers. ,
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Thirty-three years is the-average
length of a generation.
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W& WONDER
If Noah's flood should come again
And we'd no way to can it,
And, if we all should launch a boat
Now would the weatherman it? .
ZM
Taken at Her Word.
-However well the rest of he:
figure was formed, there was lit
tle dfcubt tha her mouth was
- She sat Qn the beach at Bright
Tiourne Watching the restless se
S.well to and fro. Something of itwk
grandeur shed its light upon her
soul.
"Oh, George," she exclaimed
the young: man by her side, "isn't
W cnlendirl? T feel as if I coult
open rny mouth and take it all in,' f
Close bv her was a small bov h
who had Qverheard all she hat p.
said. He looked up at her with z t
startled gleam on his face. ($
"I sav." he remarked, in shnal
accents, "you won't do it really",!
will you ? I only came down herl
yesterday!1
Owing to the popularity of ai
tomatic cigarette lighters wi-
000,000 fewer matches were usecU
in, France last year.
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