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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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WE'VE FOUND HER! THE REAL MOTHER GOOSE!'
Garyf Ind., June 14, Mrs. Mary
Radinski is the mother of five
healthy goslings.
The mother is doing well. And., as
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goose. (Mrs. Radinski is a goose for,
doing it, the neighbors say, but let
that pass. Let us not talk slander.) i
Now, of course, you won't believe
this sjory. The amateur naturalist
who is writing it didn't believe it till-f
he went to Gary and verified it And
if you're, going to make a fuss about
it, why, you can just go to Gary your
self and trail around the foreign t
quarter and get an interpreter and
talk to Mrs. Radinski in her shackj
out at the end of Eleventh avenue, T
and ask her how it feels to be the-,
mother of five goslings-and such like t
impertinent questions. . And you. can
talk to the goslings, if you're a mind)
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hk$. s "e eggs
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Mrs. Mary Radinski.
for the goslings, they chirp (or peep
or squeal or gruntr or whatever it is
that goslings do) just as naturally as
iktbey'd-been- mothered byregularfehatched.'-i.
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to, and get their side of.it. THEY
won't lie to you. i
Here is what happened: 1
Mrs. Radinski wanted to raise
some geese. She had half a dozen?
that a neighbor woman had
given her, but she had no goose orl
hen or duck to set them under, Anctf
she had no incubator. And she!
couldn't afford to "buy any goose or
duck or hen or incubaton So what
does Mrs. Radinski' do7 . I
Answer Mrs. Radinski hatches
'em out herself.
She just made a soft, warm flannef
belt, with a pocket for each egg, and1
put the belt around her waist, and
wore it -day and night until the eggs-
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