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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 08, 1911, Image 19

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pleaded for him and then, sud
denly, the father's eyes fell on me.
"Great heavens!" he cried.
"It's a jimmy from the plant I
was going to buy !"
After that everything went
lovely. The father promised his
daughter he would not buy the
factory. My owner asked for
forgiveness, -which was granted
him, and in addition .the father
gave him.a good jo"b. Then the
pretty girl took me upstairs to her
room and from the nice things
she has already confided to me in
regard to the impression my
owner made on her, I can see that
things are going to go very well
with that lucky young man.
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A ,5-year-old can make for
father or mother this needle book
or penwiper.
The circular.piece of cardboard
has hojes punched around the
edge. and onelarge hole 'in the
center. With a zephyr needle
and coarse, bright-colored em
broidery floss the child sews a.
wheel on the card.
The thread passes from the
center hole to each one of the
Koles on the edge, and both" sides
are alike, except that knots are
on the wrong side.
After the radiating lines are
made the thread is sewed in and
out of each hole around the edgQ.
Circles of flannel or chamois are
tied to the card in the center. t
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Mrs. Lillie Starne Hascall Rip
stra, the 21-year-old girl held on
a bigamy charge at the Maxwell
street station, was discharged,
yesterday by Municipal Judge.
Assistant State's Attorney
Smejkal recommended the dis
missal of the case because her
second husband, Frank Ripstra,
was unable to -bring witnesses
and documents giving evidence
of her former marriage to Has
call in Iowa.
The woman was arrested on
information furnished by Ripstra
to whom she had been married
two months at the time of her ar
rest. 5
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Simple Simon met a pieman
Going to the fair;
Said Simple Simon to the pieman
Let me taste your ware.
Said the pieman'to Simple Simon
First let me see your penny,
Said Simple Simon to the pieman
How did you know I was going to
cheat you?
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No doubt the cat thinks that
the cow exists for her sole benefit
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