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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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new york a conductor on the noo
yark centril ralerode has got a good
storey to tell for kwite a -while, & i
suppose he will slip, it over to evry
passenger he has for the next yere
or 2 s '
"he was runing on a tank line for
a few days to take anuther feller's
plase, & when they got to a hick
town a old lady-gets on the trane, &
she tells the conductor this is the 1st
time i have been on a trane in my
life & so you be care ful not to get
me in a reck & he said alrite, lady
but in about 15 minits a frate trane
bumps into that trane & it came to
such a kwick stop that the old lady
was tossed over a bunch of seats &
landed inthe' floor, where she sat
all the other passengers beet it out
but she went back to her seat and
the conductor found her there about
30 minits later
my, are you heer, he tells her, we
ran into a frate trane & 3 peepel were
killed & J5 cars smashed up, why
dident you get-up & run out- when
the rest of thd passengers did rite
after we came to the sudden halt
the old lady said, i thought this
was .the station where they were to
get off at and that was the way you
always stopped to let peepel get off. '
she was game, alrite, the conduct
or said, for she was willing to stand
that kind of stops for 60 miles more
& a gang of these pullman passengers
will holler there heads off if the en
gineer pulls up with a stop that will
spill a drop off a cup of coffee in .the
jdining car.
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL
u '
Song Writing,
Song writing, like a jitney, is a
thing that anybody can picl up. All
that is required is 50 pounds of New
York nerve and a good pair of scis
sors. The innocent artist made the illus
tration showing the song writer
thinking. A very fatal mistake. No
thinking is necessary for song writ
ing. The song writers for the last 50
years did all the noodle work for
writing present day melodies. "
To, bje sure of your song being a
hit, write something abouf down
south, even if you've only been as far
south as Detroit
The less sense there is to the song;
the bigger hit it will be. Something
like as follows:
Take mewhere the daffydills are
bloomin' '
I'm sick and tired of board and
roomin'.
I can hear my sweetheart yearnin'
And my he-art is burnin'
For some eats ,
A stack oVheats,
Oh boy!
I'm full of joy
Bye, Bye, when you hear that side
door Pullman slam .,
You'll know I'm on my way to Ala
bam' Alabam'.
ECONOMY
"Is your wife economical?"
"Very. Look at the clothes M
makes me wear."
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