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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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BABY LION TAKES THE PLACE OF
TEDDY BEAR
Katie
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Baraboo, Wis. Katie Smith could
play -with Teddy bears and rag dolls
if she wanted to, but she prefers lion
cubs as pets, and a baby lioness is
her favorite playmate.
Katie didn't go to the toy depart
ment for her curious pet. She bor
rowed Baby Lena from her father, a
lion tamer in the Ringling circus that
makes this .town its winter home. Be
cause her pet couldn't stay with her
in Baraboo, Katie is now traveling
about the country with the circus.
She didn't bring any dolls with her.
The baby lions are her only play
mates. r :
SEN. LUKE LEA ANfr EDITOR IN
BITTER WAR OF WORDS
Set..L,'ufCe L.e..;
Nashville, Tenn Because he call
ed Major E. B. Stahlman, a local edi
tor a liar, Sen, Luke Lea has found
himself the target for various
charges made in a counter statement.
Stahlman, in his statement, charac
terized the senator as a "hound" and
called him several other names.
THE SPELLING LESSON
"Maggie, how kin I tell which is a
'b' and which is.a."d'?"
"Why, Effie, the 'd' has its tummir
on its back,"
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