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course, it, is hard ifor the; factory
inspector to get definite proof of
violations for the reason 'I have
Stated the ignorance of the girls
and the fact thafthey-know'noth-ing
of the law.
But they are learning. , "
GOT HIS GOAT
Jim Grady, 726 May street, was
in his barn last night taking care
of his goat. Goat got out of the
barn and ran down May to Polk
street park with Jim in his bare
feet, after him.
Park patrolman took the goat
for wild animal and shot. Missed
the goat and hit one of Grady's
toes. And that got Jim's goat.
SHOCK WAS TOO- GREAT
'Twas a cold and frosty morn
ing." John Henpeck's crimson
nose,( protruding from the white
sleeping covers gave one the im
pression of a strawberry spilled
on a clean table spread. After a
time an arm came gingerly from
beneath the counterpane, then an
ear, and, finally, a foot. ,
Just as bur hero was about td.,
make a wild dash for the radiator;
a cold, metallic voice met his ear;
"John, the fire's out !" Whereupon
our hero, his gaze" transfixed with
horror, crawled back into bed and
expired. ' '
The worm that turns has to see
the same scenery over again.
ARE YOU DISSATISFIED "?
- OF COURSE. YOU ARE.
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