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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 13, 1913, Image 7

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new york it aint often a lawyer loses a job of lawing by being too
honist
but it happened right here in n. y. the other day just the same
a -well-known divorce speshelist was setting in his offls when in walked
a lady and plunked herself down in a chare and said she wanted to get a
divorse
well, maddem, says the lawyer, what reason have you got for slipping
the skids under frend husbend
why, i'll tell you, ansers the lady, he is very crool to me
sumtimes he don't pay no attention to me at all when i am talking
to him
and he stays out late to his club, and he swares like evrything when
dinner is late, and the uther day he kicked my poor little fido
hum, says the lawyer, now let me see, in the first place, them aint
grounds for a divorse, not in this state
ime afrade you would have to go to reno to git yourself separated from
this monster
tell me, have you spoke to him about it
o yes, replys the dame, i told him i qouldent possably live with him no
longer, and he must let me git a divorse
he was very nice about it, he said he would let me have the house and
lot and the ottomobile and the children and 50 dollers a week
whareupon the lawyer interrupted her
my dear maddem, he says, aTe you thinkin of ever getting married
again
o yes, she says, i aint figgerin on livin single forever
then take my advise, -says the lawyer, and keep what you got
you won't find anuther sucker like him, not in a milyen yeres
so the lawyer lost his job, but he has the proud reelization of dooty
well done
TEACHERS' FEDERATION WINS ,
The Chicago Teachers' "Federation
won a sweeping victory yesterday
when its slate of six candidates for
trustees of the pension fund was
elected.
The victorious candidates were
Miss Mary M. Abbey, Mrs. Ida L.
Fursman, Mrs. Harriet S. Thompson,
Miss Eleanor Nolan,- Miss Sarah
Rochford and Mrs.
nacker.
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Franklin C. Don-
IT DEPENDED
"Porter, have I time to kiss my
wife good-bye?"
The porter scratched his head.
Then, his face brightening, he asked:
"How long have you been married,
sir?" N. Y. World.
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