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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 16, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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THE DAMDDG MAY RAISEHOB AMONG "ME AN
LEGISLATORS AT WASHINGTON
Mrs. Everett S. Dam of Seattle, Wash., -who threatened to go to Wash
ington officialdom in behalf of her pet bulldog Omar because the quaran
tine officers at Honolulu "insist 'that the canine" exquisite must be placed in
detention for four months as the law requires of all dog visitors to the
Islands.
"I'm indignant," blazed Mrs. Dam, owner of theDam dog, on her return
from Hawaii. "I'm just- as indignant as can be! The idea of subjecting
Omar to those indignities! Why, they want to treat him like a. .common dog!
"My husband, who lias been'at Washington, says he' can't do a thing
with those 'obdurate legislators. But you just wait till I get there! Ill
get Omar into Honolulu if I have to "go to the; President!"
Meantime the Dam bulldog-was .being eafed for.by hisvalet,
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