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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, June 02, 1907, Third Part, Image 24

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Copyright 1907 1 to 7 by Soynxwr Eaton All rights reserved reservedXVIII reservedXVIIITHE reservedxvmTHE
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To ware to the Bears a last goodbyeTelegrams goodbye goodbyeTelegrams ood oodTelegrams
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Went the Teddy T y Bears fars their faces bright brightBoth brightBoth brightBoth
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At Union Square right in the street streetWhom streetWhom streetWhom
Whom should they meet but Muddy Pete PeteThe PewThe PeteThe
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And pockets too and blouse and hat hatAt batAt hatAt
At a banquet given in a big hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
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But public speaking to him was Greek GreekSo GreekSo GreerSo
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And thanks all round his speech was throughBut through throughBat tIIroa h
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And then right back in history historyHe historyHe historyHe
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S To welcome back two friends so dear dearThe dearThe darThe
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