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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 17

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new york why will wimmen al
ways be making trubble for their
selves by golly, thjjy can't never leave -well
enuff alone
a certen yung marrid lady i know
of, up on washenton hites, has got
a nice enuff sort of a boob for a hus
bend he dont drink and he dont gambel
and he dont hang around stage doors,
'fend anv wife that eot him ouerht to he
.going around shaking hands with
vherself.
hilt- it en Hannana tViot fraA'a SnYr
fcis traveling on the road, and dottie
is aiways wornea lor Tears ne iorgeis
her while he is away ,
gTO&niss knows she ain't got no
reason, the poor gink never hits the
hay till ne has spilled a couple quarts
of ink on a letter to her and shoved
it in the box
well, anyhow, fred is out on a trip
and the uther day she went over to
see her ma, and she begun to bawl
and holler sumthing feerce
why, what's the matter, dottie, says
her mother
o, she bellers, boo hoo, boo hoo,
fred dont love me no more
why how do you know he dont,
asks her ma
d dear, she ansers, i just got a let
ter from him and he says he takes my
pickcher out of his travling bag evry
nite and kisses it befoar he goes to
ied
well, i don't see nuthing so dredful
about that, says her ma
o don't you, bawls dottie, well just
before he went away, i thought i
would play a joke on him, and i took
my pickcher out of his bag and i put
one of yours in its place
o boo hoo, boo hoo, yow-oo-oo-oo!
now ain't it all her own fault?
WHITE AND BLACK
The curate of a large and fashion
able church was endeavoring to teach
the significance of white to a Sunday
school class. "Why," said he, "does
a bride invariably desire to be clothed
in white at her marriage?" As no
one answered, he explained.
"White," said he, "stands for joy,
and the wedding day is the most joy
ous occasion of a woman's life."
A small boy queried: "Why do the "
men all wear black?" Chicago Jour-;
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A SILENT RITE
Cabby This tall building on the
right is the Hay and Corn Exchange.
The Fare But driver, I don't care
to look at it.
Cabby 'Might as well give it a
minute or two, ma'am the horse al
ways stops Here- and lets his mouth
water.
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