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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1912, Image 5

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""ONE OF AMERICA'S PRETTIEST WORKING GIRLS
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Here's a Montana;beauty Mjss, Rose -M. Schojtelkorb.pf. Missoula,
; clerk in a department store:- '-.
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"Wealth has its penalties," said
the philosopher. ;'Yes;".' replied,
the self-made man, 'Td rather be
back at the dear old, factory than
learning to pronounce the-names
of the old masters in my picture
gallery." , , t
Progs"eggs are-generally found
in, bunqhes, fastened to grass or
sticks in the watennear the shore.
The , black specks 'are the real
eggs and 'the jelly keeps them to
gether and s'erve?- as food for the
young when born. "

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