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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 08, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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HOW MOTHER WAS GUILTY
Gerald had been spending Christ
mas season -with, his aunt and when
he returned home Tiis mother Bald:
"Gerald. I hoDe you were a good
Lfcjittle boy while you were at Aunt
Louise's house ana aiont ten any
stories."' $
"I only told her the one you put
mfi iit to." said Gerald.
U "I nut vou un to? "Why, what on
'earth do you mean?" asked the sur-
ised lady.
TXTVitr toVioti oho acfcpH TTIft tfl TlAVA
more turkey I said, "No, thank you,
Tve had enough. Laaies .tiome
duuriuu.
? A CHANCE TO GET EVEN
- '"Roine to Wombat's wedding.
Sfack?" called his friend.
''"Not I." returned Jack grouchily.
""He cut me out with that girl." .
'Wn11 rrm OTI. Voil IHaV Effit ft
chance to biff him in the Jaw with
on old 8hbe."--Ladles, Home Journal
n. y. there's one thing a man
wants to be mlty careful about and
that's crackin goaks wit his wife.
wimmen is always takln things
seryus and getting soar about nuth
ing like a yung cuppel i herd about the
uther day
they was only married about 6
months ago, and everything was go
ing along as nice as could be
edgar he had a good job behind a
hardware counter in a large stoar,
and dorothy she done the best she
could to make a happy home put of
a 3 room flat with a kitchinet
well, of corse a girl that is up
agenst that game ain't treadin no
path of flowers, and dorothy she
sumtimes feels by the time she has
got the dinner dishes washed that
when she picked out edgar and his 15
doners a week she diden't do the
best job of pickin that ever was done
the uther nite she was feeling kind
of grumpy and she says to edgar
a deer, i get so tired of evrything,
i cook and cook and cook for you,
and what do i get? nuthing!
you're lucky, says edgar, about 1-2
the time i, get indigestion
of corse he was juSt trying to be
funny, but gee whiz, do you' think
he can make her beleave it
maybe he will In about 1000
years, if he has luck
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WISE TO HIM
"I think two can live as cheaply
as one, sir.
"You can't edge into my family
on that theory; young man. I'm will
ing to keep on supporting my daugh
ter, but you'll have lb payyboard,''
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