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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 19, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 17',
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U. S. SENATOR OLUE JAMES OF
J OIlie Jlames gleat Mellcan man.
, Flour tunes big as Missa Vice Ples
ident Tom Marshall.
? OIlie him born widest part Ken
tucky state. Him born face to south
.state too nallow for him. Bimeby
him turn and go stlaight east to
Missa James him dont have to
back up at door to knock like Ex-
Plesident Taft His stomach alla-
samee not so big.
Maybeso OIlie James make plest
fdent We see.
m Pauline Heavens, Arthur, father
?!s pursuing ub in his airship.
' Arthur (in auto) How do you
'know? Can you see it?
i Pauline-No, but but L.can feel
the sand ballast dropping on us.
GETTING AT IT
" "You really must impress upon
"John the folly of his line of action."
"What's the use? He won't pay
Uhe least attention to me; hell only
listen to fools now." (After a short
pause.) "You speak to him."
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"Say, Chimmy, Johnson is light
weight champion of dis district now."
"Dat so? I didn't know he could
""Aw, he ain't a prizefighter, he's a
Aycec. &vUjt - - w
(A vaudeville playlet in one act
Scene This street. Time After
noon. Characters: Cy Hawkins
from Spoondale, Policeman O'Grady,
citizens, builders, etc)
Cy (gazing up at tall office build
ing) These be great times. An' to
think by Heck that it was built by
Citizen Yes, uncle that's a tall
building. But what are you holding
that handkerchief over your eyes
Policeman Move on, now, move
Cy Why, stranger, I was hear
tellin' of the skyscrapers here in town
an' I says to myself I wasn't goin' to
git my eyes full o' the' scrapins!
Policeman Move on now, move
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GERMANS SPELL CULTURE
WHY. BECAUSE THE ALLIES
HAVfc lAKbN FO55ESSI0N
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