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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 27, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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GERMANS MAKING LEGS AND ARMS ALMOST
AS GOOD AS NATURE DOES
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In a German artificial limb factory, where thousands of legs and arms
are being turned out for the German army. These limbs are better than;
any manufactured in the past. It is said that they are so lightly and so;
finely constructed that those who are compelled to wear them find little
inconvenience.
GO EASY THERE
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Binks Wondrous are the ways of
nature. In winter every beast pats
on a new fur Coat -
Dinks Go easy there, old man; my
wife's in the next room.
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HOW HE ARRANGED IT
"Bobby," inquired the mother, "did..
you wash your face before the music:
teacher came?"
"Yes'm." - "
"And your hands?"
"Yes'm." " '
"And your ears?" -
"Well, ma," said Bobby judicially,
"I washed the one that would be next
to her." Ladies' Home' Journal." "
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