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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1912, Image 19

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return match. Then the sun went
under a cloud.
STORY BY JOHNY
n. y.v, sept. 18. they have some
funny romaftses besides shoot
ings and gyp the bloods down in
the white lite districk
helen Connors and her ma have
a peach between them, of course
there has to be a man to make it
a real romanse. his name is ar
thur kelly.
hejen is a corus lady in a mus
ical show and her and her ma live
on w. 46 street, wtfere anything is
liab1e,to happen.
the qther day helen was lying
on a couch dremeing about she
was a star and anna held" had of
fered her $100,000 to retire and
give someone else a chanst, and
just then a rock came through the
window and landed right on
helen's kimona.
dere me, she says, there is ar
thur again.
so she phoned for a cop, and
when the cop come arthur had
bouncedsix more rocks through
the window and was looking .for
anuther one.
when they came up befor the
judge, helen ses, judge, your hon
or, this nut wants to marry me
and because i wont fall for a hitch
lie up and acts something awful.
how about this, young man,
pes the judge, you got a"fine idea
of courtship throwing rocks at
the lady.
courtship nuthing, sesr arthur.
i dont want to marry this skirt
it's her ma.
last season this kid is out on
the xoad making 25 bucks a week
and she onjy sends the old lady 4$
and not always that. dj
if i didn't bring a can of soup
round once in a while poor jQld
mother would have starvedi to'
deth. t Oj
now sheig home agen and mak
ing the old lady cook for her andj
she wont let me comfe nere thct
place. y a
cos why, speaks up helen. .your
know blame well why, you cheap
skate, if ma married you-sheid
have to support you, whichl?
means. L would be it.
now the judge ses ma has gob
to come into court and speak herj
little piece.
for mixed love affairs ajndi,
shootings for which the police)
clears everyboddy off the street
W- 46 is second to none johny '1
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CABBAGE AND BUTTER
Trim one or two young cabR
bages carefully, cut them in three
or four pieces, and wash in plen-e
ty of cold water. Soak for a short
time in well-salted water to drawl
out any slugs, and wash again in
fresh cold water. Put them in a
saucepan in boiling Water wekj
salted, and cook uncovered untilr
tender. Drain, put them in a hot
dish, score across- several timesr
with a knife, put a good pat of
salt butter on top, and serve.
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Little Girl Is this where I get
licenses, please? Clerk Yes?
miss. Little Girl Well, live just
finished my first book and I wantr
to take out a poetic license. Howt
much will it be? 1
ammmmmm

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