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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 07, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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new york the alleys aint got noth
ing on a feller with a name that is
fred macCullough who wurks in this
plase
fred is a mitey nice guy on pay days
-icfor a short time after words but
about 3 days after words you want
to give him the other side of the
street to his self or your coin wont
never ware a hole in your pocket,
that handy fred is at blowing in the
dough, hisn and yourn to if he can
get a strangel holt on it
fred has never tryed to borrer a bil
liun $$ like the alleys tried to but
he has tryed to make a touch for
about evry thing this side of a bil
liun the other day which was the day
before the jjoast hotfoots it around
fred came intwo the offise looking
like he wawked all the way down
town and skratched brakefast off
the program that A. M.
the other guys knowed what would
come next for fred aint like litening,
he keeps on striking in the same
plase all the time
, well, fellers, he chipped out venty
Splesantlike, i know of a fat lil ol war
bride we can cash in on if there's a
5 Bpot in the house, meenirig of corse,
wa.' stocks
no body said a wurd
i say, lads, he kept rite on, if i cood
put my mit on 5 bones today i cood
pull in a kool hundred velvet iq about
30 minits.
no body pade no atenshun
then fred went over to ed peter-
! son's disk & said ed if you had 10
b'g round dollars in your pocket & l
asked you for the lone of 5 how
manny wood you have left
o, that's eesy, replys mr. peterson,
if you asked me for 5 and i had 10
when you asked me, i wood have 10
left after you got threw asking me,
good nite.
o o
TODAY'S BELLRINGER
Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, until re
cently commander of the allied forc
es operating in the Dardanelles, tells
of an Englishman who was bragging
about his family in the Jockey club
dining room.
"Myfamily," went on the English
man, "has been entitled to bear arms
for the last 200 years."
"And mine," said a Scotchman in
the corner, "has been entitled to bare
legs for 500 years."
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