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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 15, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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OFF TO THE WAR
"Mrs. Henpeck Is going around in
hysterics. Poor Mr. Henpeck is still
detained abroad."
"No, he isn't."
"Then why does he stay?"
"Says he'd rather be where the
fighting is more general" Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
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FOUND TOO MUCH
Quizzer What's the matter, old
man? You look worried.
Sizzer I have cause to be. I hired
a man to trace my pedigree.
Quizzer Well, what's the trouble?
Hasn't he been successful?
I -Sizzer Successful! I should say
e nas. I'm paying him hush money.
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EASY TO STIRRUP
Fair Maid I wonder what causes
the flight of timet
Brilliant Young Man It is prob-
auiy urgea ou uy uie bjjut ui me uiu- i
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A RESEMBLANCE .
The new clergyman was sent fo
by an elderly lady.
"Oh, sir," she said,1! hope you will
excuse my asking you to call, but
when nreard you preach and pray
last SUnday you did so remind me of
my poor brother, who was took from
me, that I felt I must speak to you."
"And how long ago did your poor
brother die?" asked the clergyman,
sympathetically.
"Oh, sir, he Isn't dead," was the
reply, "he was took to the asylum,"
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HIS GUESS
Little Joe (reading) What is a fic
titious character, aunty?
Aunty One that is made up, dear.
Little Joe Then you are a fictii
tious character, aren't you, aunty?
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GREAT TRAVELER
Mrs. Robinson And you were up
the Rhine?
Mrs. de Jones I should think so;
right to the very top. What a splen
did view there is from, the summit J
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nour i&ce,
'And da-nce e&xnznd.
like mad.
Be svire to do the
latest .steps,
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