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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 22, 1913, Image 9

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MISS BILLIE BURKE THINKS IT IS BETTER TO LIE A
LITTLE JUST FOR KINDNESS' SAKE
O 5 WE. FT HE APT
I LCJVL YOU 60
Much, although
YOU DO SQUINT
AND YOUR NOSE.
5 bO TUNNY.
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TlSJMl much, although
JPsSSTei) you do SQUINT I
S&'J5 py AND YOUR NOSE.
jggp? - ( 'S so Tunny.
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WE LIE. TO TOOup
Our. enemies t'tcicn.ds
occasionally ofte-n
A very interesting letter has
come to my desk in which the
young woman declares she would
never love any man who told her
the "teeniest, weeniest untruth."
Ve are told that there has lived
TO THC5L WE. LOVE. ANBTo 0o.
MOST OF THE, SELVES ALL
TIME- Of THE TIM E.
one man that never told a. lie.
What an uninteresting man the
lamented George Washington
must have been, if this is really
true.
Xo wonder that many girls to

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