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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 19

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n. y. Did you ever stop to think
how much you own of your city
parks & city hall, & you wont own
much of eether if you live heer i can
tell you that rite kwick.
Sunday pop & me beet it over to
central park, which is a very nice
plase & we sat down on the grass
where it was purty cool & shadey.
pop, i ast him, who owns this park
he says to me, my boy, we the pee
pel & as a part of the manny mill
iuns of this grate city, Johny, we have
a rite to consider ourselves part own
ers it is a glorious feetshure of our
form of guvurnment, johny, that we.
the peepel of our city are absolute &
never forget that the will of the pee
pel is the supreme law and there
aint no king nor anny body like him
to tell us where we get off at
that is purty nise, pop, i said to
him, being as you & me owns part
of this park lets play catch with my
ball heer for awhile
all rite, pop says, & we started to
toss the ball up for about 3 minits
when a cop comes hoofing it over &
hollering to beet the band
get offen the grass, he told us, or i
will run you in
pop never said nuthing until i ast
him pop, i told him, that feller dident
know we owned a part of the park
but pop dident say nothing, only
bought me some peenuts & popcorn
& candy.
NEW DIVERSION
There was a candy-biting at Lee
Brown's Saturday night and quite a
large crowd attended. Stone Cout,
Ark., Record.
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL
Unnatural History by Eugene Ahern
The Cop
No, children, you don't have to
walk on your tiptoes to keep from
waking it up. The difference) be
tween a cop and a bear is that the
bear sleeps in winter but the cop
sleeps the four seasons through.
Before it becomes a cop the" co
coon has to pass a rigid physical ex
amination. It has to be perfect in
every way except in eyesight, hear
ing and'running.
The cop is never around when lit
tle things like a murder, holdup or
a fight occur, but when something
terrible happens, like a couple of
newsboys matching pennies, he'a
right there like clam soup.
The next time there's a parade
study the cop and see how his chest
sticks out as he struts up and down
the street keeping the masses on the
sidewalk. Never answer back a cop
or try to explain something to him
when he nabs you, because no mat
ter how right you are, you're wrong.
o o
AN OPPORTUNE TIME
Robbie, for his misdeeds, waa
about to get a thrashing. He left his
mother's room and" went to his own.
Kneeling down beside his bed and
with hands clasped, he offered up the
following prayer:
"Please, God, if You are as good to
little children as they say You are,
now's your chance."

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