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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1913, Image 20

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BILL AND MRS: BILL QN THE JOB, AND. FEELING FINE!
First picture of riewrsecretary of state and his wife in Washington.
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POOR FELLOW
"Why are youwanderihgabout
the country instead, of .looking,
after your wife and children at
( home?" inquired the lady! of ".the
tattered' tramp.
"Well, ma!am, it's AikeL this,"
explained the -tramp! My .wife has.
a. very fine servant.. A perfett
treasure."
. "I don't believe rthererever, was
such a girl."
"There is oniyone,.m.a'am, and
my wife's got'her;" y
"Good gracious ! ;She's. a very,
lucky woman."
"She is, ma'am. But the
trouble, is -that -girl-, didn't like.
me." ..'
"Well?"
- "She didn't like me, and she
told ,my wife she must either dis
charge me or her,, so my wife dis
charged me, ma'am."
''Oh, -I see. Poor fellow! Here's
something foryouv"..
Turning from bloody Mexico,
we hear the cheerful chirp of the
commandant of besieged Adrian
ople, "I've succeeded;jn getting in
more meat!" ,
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