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ONE OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS
Iss Olga Troska of Wilkesbarre, Pa., a domestic employed in the
home or J. bilverblatt.
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. BUSINESS LIFE
Business was the .beginning
and end of his life. He'd got mar
ried, but it was in a'spare-moment
between organizing a '"great bar
gain, sale" and dismissingthe er
One day, when the third baby
.was four weeks old, his wife came
bustling into his office.
"Isn't it lovely, dear?" she gur
gled. "Father has sejit us twenty
five dollars for .our newbabyJ'
He nevr Jooke'd up from the
accounts the was .making up.
"Righ'thp:!"' he , murmured ab
stractedly."Ybu wrap him up
and Vendhim, while I write out
the receipt for the money." .,
'- "I .' 6Q
Thompson's. cow got into my
garden and ate all the grass off
"Whardid he do?"
"Sent me a bill for using- his
cow-as-a Jattra. mower."