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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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T SEES THE BRIGHT SIDE
aii anecaote or very nign Hie in
deed an 'anecdote, in fact, about the
young Prince of Wales is going the
rounds of Washington.
The royal young second lieutenant,
before setting out for the front is said
to have declared at a London dinner
party:
"Well, there's one blessing about
this war, at least they can't force
me now to marry a German princess.!'
new york if you new how little
gorgie's kid brother is always tag
ging along after him when he trys his
best to dodge the brat you woodent
blame all us fellers from calling him
tagalong tim, even if his rite name
is timothy.
and that is why gorgie has to hand
tagalong tim a cuppel a jolts on the
jaw every littel while
but yesterdy was ma's berthday
and gorgie says to his ma, ma i aint
got nuthing to give you becaus i
blows in all my dough at the park
saturdy
& his ma says, o, thats all rite gor
gie deer, i will tell you a berthday
present you can give me and that is
n.ot to kwarrell or fite with littel tim
othy all day today
& gorgie said all rite ma i wont
, slam him no matter how much he
needs it today
t "he never handed the kid 1 single
wallop all day
that nite gorgie's ma says, gorgie
f I have enjoyed your gift ever so
much, why cant you and littel tim
othy get along that away ever day
o, gee, ma i wood ruther be dead
than to live like this all the time
HE WAS CAME
"We'll make a night of it," declar
ed the Bostonian. "Well have a feast
of reason and a flow of souL"
"All right," assented the New
Yorker. "I never heard of them cab
aret features, hut they sound good."
Judge.
QUITE ENOUGH
A cub reporter on a newspaper was
sent to write the story of the mur
der of a rich manufacturer by
thieves.
He spread himself on the details
and naively concluded his account
with this sentence:
"Fortunately for the deceased, he
had deposited all of his money in the
bank the day before, so he lost prac
tically nothing but his life."
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