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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 17

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n. y. mr. and mrs. wolkens that
live up in the bronx have a llttel baby
which is about 2 or 3 yeres old & they
have a standing rule that you dasent
kiss the kid
they have fired several nurse girls
becaus they wood kiss the baby
which is a verry cute kid & the other
day they got a new girl who said no,
maam i never kiss babies, & she was
hired on the spot
that nite when mr. wokens shows
up his wife says, i have hired a new
nurse girl that says she never wood
kiss a baby, so i gess we are safe
there
now this girl is a verry purty girl,
the kind that you see on the frunt
page of magazines and but few other
places & mr. wolkens remaned with
his little boy much longer than usual
and asked the purty nurse about evry
thing about the kid sevral times
when he came down his wife ast
him what do you think of the new
gurl
what do i think of her, he said,
verry enthusiastically, i am sure that
nobody will kiss the baby wlien she
is neer, at leest no man who aint
blind
& the next nite when he got home
urlier than usual his wife told him
she had fired the new gurl & hired
- aniither
but mr. wolkens only stayed about
2 minits that nite playing with his
llttel kid, so you can see that second
gurl dldent ware any beauty medals
Pupil May I be absent this after
noon? My aunt's cousin is dead.
Teacher Well, yes, I suppose so;
but really, I wish it were some near
er relative.
CHESTNUT CHARLIE
VAVT NONTH-
OU, I SAV CHARLIE '.'. ?T
CAH-NOUTEIU US WHAT
AVES Jk LOBSTER.
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Mrs. Norah Mulvaney one day met
her friend, Mrs. Bridget Carr, who
had In her arms her twelfth child.
"Arrah now, Bridget," said Norah,
"an' there ye are wid another little
Carr in yer arms."
"Another it is, Mrs. Mulvaney," re
plied her friend, "an' it's me that's
hopin' 'tis the caboose."
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