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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1913, Image 19

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DADDY WILL NEVER COME H1E TO THIS TOT
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Peter.Scott.
By Aunt Gertie.
Children, dear, have vou ever sat
at the window in the- evening when
the lights Were beginning to, twinkle
In the street lamps watching for
DADDY to come home?
Wasn't it a long, long wait?
Weren't you happy ALL OVER, from
the tips of your toes to the top of
ypur head, when you got the flrsfcf
glimpse of his hat?
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And if sometimes "he didn't cdme
home till after your bedtime, don't .
you remember low sad and lonely15!
you felt?
Well, then, maybe boys -and girls,
you have a loving thought for poor,
little PETER SCOTT, the son oft.
Captain R. F. Scott, who died in a1"
temble blizzard a short time tago!
while returning from an expedition??
to the South Pole. 5
Little Peter NEVER even saw HI1"
daddy! And his daddy never had a fi
chance to cuddle the dead baby boyj
m his arms because, you see, Captain
Sco.tt started on that wonderful trip"
in search of the South Pole before0
his baby was born. j
Peter 'was named after 'Teter-j
Pan"' in the play of that name. HLj
godfather was J, M Barrfg, who?"
wrote the pretty -story" of 'Teer
Pan." 3
Peter is a very beautiful child, and6'!
he's about four years old ""
Though he never has had a daddy'8
to play with him or to rock him or to?
take him long walks, he will always
know and be proud of the fact thaa
his WONDERFUL DADDY lost hiJ
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