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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 20, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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"What do you mean?" demanded
the officer, looking at his curiously.
"That old white and yellow blood
hound that's been following me all
night"
"I didn't know old" Barrett had a
hound," commented the policeman.
"Aint batty, are you? He had one
answering that description once,
years ago, but he was killed by the
last man that tried to break in here,
way back in the nineties."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"WIZARD'S" DAUGHTER TO
SPONSOR FOR BOAT
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Mrs. Madeline Edison-Sloan, daugh
ter of Thomas A. Edison, will christen
the new submarine soon to be
launched at Portsmouth, N. H. The
storage battery in the new boat is an
Edison invention.
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The lakes of oil on the western oil
fields prove death traps to the ducks
which alight on them under the im
pression that it is water. The birds
rarely escape. ' - ....-
DOESN'T CARE FOR RAINY DAYS
Ruth Roland, the "Hetty Green of
the movies," has accumulated a snug
fortune by her wizardry in money
matters. ,
She is one of the few movie act
resses who has always husbanded her
resources to such an extent that her
reputation in money matters is as
firmly fixed as that of any business
man.
Miss Roland is now appearing in
a series of dramas entitled "Who
Pays?"
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Three blind brothers, James Albert
Rorie, John Rorie and Henry Rorie,
living near McPherson, Ark., raise
their own broom corn and market
their own brooms. They can go any
where, either on horseback or on
foot, without the guidance of ,801
lone.
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