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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 08, 1912, Image 16

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Two telephone girls were
talking' to" each other over
the wire about what they
would wear to a certain par
ty they were going to that
everting. After each had
named . several dresses,
hats, shoes, skirts, etcv a
young rnan who had .butted
m oh the line laughed. One
of thegirls heard him and
said, "What line do you
think you are on ?" The man
replied, "From the talk X
have been hearing. I think I
am on the clothes line."
b o
Right in the Neck.
Pioneer t (explaining to
visitors) Our situation
was so bad that for over a
.-year my wife never saw a
. white face but mv own.
Sympathetic Young Womanr
Oh, the poor 'thing,
Wanted A New Job.
"Are you ready to live on my
i income," he asked softly
She looked up into his face
trustingly. "Certainly, Dear
est," she answered, "if if "
7li wflat?" v
"If you can get another one for
"Naughty, Naughty. J
"Dearest," he whjspered, "ye're.
-coming to a tunnel."
"Don't you dare kiss me," she
"Oh, my no, it's lighted by elec
tricity." ,
4 "Aw' she cried,f"that's tough"
K-NoxviLcc a)ypupHr to )
( -ooicgpHVcx.Tt'?i-, . I I
V 3e 2r TO HeA-R )
Elizabeth "My mamma says
she can remember when your
mamma, kept a grocery Store."
"Flossy: 'Indeed 1 My mamma
save cVip rati rprftpmhpr' hnw
"";" tj '
much vour mamma owed her for
' f o-o--
Whack, whack, whackl Tom.
mV v?a$ getting'a thrashing the
hands of his mother,, because he
had been into the jam-
"Tommy," she said seriously;
stopping for a moment, "this
hurts me more than- it does you."
"That's alright," whimpered;
the boy, '"but itdon't hurt you inl
tne same place. -
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