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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 17

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THE QUICKER THE BETTER
Judge Our Bpeed limit here is 30
miles an hour and you were going 50.
Have you anything to say for your
self? Prisoner' You see, judge, I was
carrying some dynamite in that car
and .
judge Discharged, and, by special
dispensation, the speed limit in this
borough is raised for the next quarter
of an hour to a thousand miles a min-
utef
TOO BUSY
No doubt the doctor spoke rashly.
An inquisitive niece, seeing- him re
turn from the funeral of a wealthy
patient, innocently inquired:
"Uncle Tom, do you attend the
-funerals of all your patients who
die?"
"Good heavens, no," said the doc
tor. "Do you thing I have nothing
to do but to go to funerals?"
NOT SO SURE
"There's one thing about cubists.'
and futurists' art," said Don Marquis',
"for which I am thankful. Its prac
titioners do not paint sheep."
"I don't know about that, Don,"
said Bildad. "I saw a Cubist impres
sion of a trolley car once and it
looked more like a sheep than any
thing else in the whole animal king
dom." New York Times.
TODAY'S BELLR1NGER
Ella Plagg Young tells of once in
structing a class in physiology. The
subject was the liver.
"Yes, teacher," answered one
youthful student," I know where my
liver is, but I don't know where my
bacon is!"
o o
TOO EARLY
"Can you come to the jeweler's
with me tomorrow, dearest? I'd like
you to choose the ring yourself."
"In that case perhaps you'd better
save up a little longer, darling'
Lifev
Too many pessimists persist in
condensing the milk of human kind
ness. "",
SCARED
Delia I'm in bad luck. I need mo
ney badly, but I haven't the least idea
where I can get it
Ella I'm glad to hear that I
thought possibly you had anidea.yc
could borrow' it from, me
M.

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