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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 27, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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denly the "bundle" exploded, ripping i a dynamite bomb. Believed connected
away two of Lollo's fingers. It was with other bomb outrages.
GUESS IF THEYARE MARRIED
1 I DID .SOME CHRISTMAS I YlELL WEU.-1
fSHOPPJKS THIS MORMIMG, I LETS SKF I
BOUGHT THIS FOR MARtf'3 THE Tr H
ilVQU.'JCSTEB- BOB8IE1 ' J THE THING
feT ? I LOOK AT THE7 j
)T0KHWSHV0U HHl 1 THERE, I KNEW YoOt WfEAfc j
would cometo ysSG&y' I IT. Wre Worse than
! Your dinner PW f r A uttle kid. You ought
i ) , Now r-jpOUK g& To put on a PAIR of
iFA J? KMEE &WS. 1FY0OHAO
fHlftN J , COME WHEN I FIRST CALLED
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EXACT
On one occasion a census clerk, in
scanning one of the forms to see
if it had been properly filled up, no
ticed the figures 120 and 112 under
the heading, "Age of father, if living,"
and "Age of mother, if living."
t "But your parents were never so
old, were they?" asked the astonish
ed clerk.
"No," was the reply, "but they
would have been if livin'."
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When there is a tendency for a
pitcher to drip try rubbing ever so
little butter under the dge of the lip.
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