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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 02, 1912, Image 20

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the egg afterjt has hatched out,
and I'll let you have that for a
thousand. And the bird will lay
more eggs, and,Fllget a thousand
apiece foj: those too,"and "
v1 say," interposed Cavendish,
"remember it isn't hatched yet
If I were you I would tell Mrs. J
Brinckhofen about it"
"Tell Mrs. Brinckhofen! Why,
she'd tell the neighbors and
they'd steal it or do something to
it! Never trust a woman. No, it
is safest just where it is."
They argued with some lack of
equanimity until dinner time,
when Mrs. Brinckhofen ejected
them into the dining room.
"Hum ! I'm hungry as a bear,"
said Doctor Cavendish, pulling
his napkin across knees. "What'
have we here? Scrambled eggs?
Fine."
"I don't know whether you like
scrambled goose eggs," said Mrs.
Brinckhofen. "Theyay they're
yery nice. I' found one under our
biddy it must have been laid by
one of Mr. Giles' geese, for it
wasn't there last time I looked.
So I thought that as we hadn't
many eggs I'd try what it tasted
like."
"Woman!" gasped the profes
sor, springing to his feet, "do you
,mean to say you you scrambled
that eggl" , '
"Yes, dear," said Mrs. Brinck
hofen sweetly.
o o
Eat eggshells and be healthy,
and happy, says Prof. Lowe. Oh,
hang it all! make it diamonds,
rubbies or something else we can
eat! "
STORY BY JOHNY
n. y., dec. 2. gee, there come
near being an awful time down
on one of the steambote piers over
in hobucken
it all hapened because french
men's so temperamental
there was one frenchman by
the name of mr. dufarny whose
sailing on a steamer with his wife
also there wa& anuther one by
the name of mr. dufarny whose
wife was sailing, but he wasent
mr. dufarny after he put his
"dame on the bote he had to go
up town for a while, and he was
going to get back to give her a
farewell smack on the gangway
-but hegot stuck in a traffick
blockade, and when he got back
to the pier the ship was just go
ing to pull out, and they would
ent let him go aboar4
so he stood on the dock and he
looked up and he see- a danie
standing at the rail waving Her
handkerchiff j . n -
being very near-sited, he thot
it was his wife, and he throwed
a large numher of kisses to her
but it wasent hiswifehe was
looking fdHiim down at the. other
end of tne ship
the lady he was being so nice
jto was mrs. blooay,. and her hus-
Dana was standing oesiae ner
she says to him, alfonse, who is"
that fat monster throwing kisses
to me "
so alfonse he took a look, and
his temprament git very violent
he shook his fist at mr. dufajny,
and when mr. dufarny seen a guy
standing with his wife and shak.i

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